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John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Essay Contest

Purpose:

 

To encourage students to research and write about politics and John F. Kennedy.

Eligibility:

 

Applicants must be in grades 9 through 12 in public or private schools or be home-schooled and write an essay about the political courage of a U.S. elected official who served during or after 1956. Essays must have source citations. Applicants must register online before sending essays and have a nominating teacher review the essay. The winner and teacher will be invited to the Kennedy Library to accept the award, and the winner's teacher will receive a grant. Essays are judged on content (55 percent) and presentation (45 percent).

Deadline:

 

January 7

Award Amount:

 

$500-$10,000.

Number of Awards:

 

Up to 7.

Renewable:

 

No.

How to apply:

 

Applications are available online. A registration form and essay are required.

Sponsor:

 

John F. Kennedy Library Foundation
Columbia Point
Boston, MA  02125
Phone: 617-514-1649
Email: profiles@nara.gov


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