Saturday, August 23, 2014
Teens Teach Tech Grant Deadline: September 15 Apply for a grant to hold your own Teens Teaching Tech program in your community. Older adults have gadgets like digital cameras, tablets, mobile phones, and apps that they find challenging to use. The goal of this program is to help senior citizens feel comfortable with ever-evolving technology. The applicant must be part of a school-based club or homeschool community organization in the United States. The $250.00 grants are provided to high school clubs: community service, National Honors Society, and computer clubs. http://bit.ly/TeenTechGrant
Friday, August 8, 2014
Leading celebrity owned retail boutique based in Los Angeles seeks qualified social media and photography intern. Candidate will help lead and develop social media strategy while driving interest around the company along with assisting with digital photography. Candidates must be active users of popular tools such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Vine and others. Ideal candidates would have prior experience in assisting accounts for third parties. Candidates must have excellent communication and organizational skills along with an emphasis in customer professionalism. School credit is mandatory however there is room for growth with the company after the internship has expired. Email cover letter and resume to email@example.com. DISCLAIMER:::: HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: Please make sure that your parent makes the contact for you, and not you......
Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Trademark Talent seeks an assistant to the owner of the company. Candidates must have similar experience at an agency, studio, network, management or production company. This position requires someone who is very detail oriented, proactive, creative and self motivated. Responsibilities include rolling calls, scheduling, evaluating material, client and administrative support, as well as coordinating with agents, publicists, casting directors and production. Desire to pursue a career in representation is necessary. Please email letter and resume to:firstname.lastname@example.org
$5,000 Scholarship Contest Step 1: Read Contest Information Read complete contest information before applying. Please read all requirements carefully. Entries that do not meet ALL requirements will be automatically disqualified from the contest without notification to the student. Applicant Eligibility Requirements · Open to citizens and aliens legally residing in the USA with High School Diploma, GED or equivalent. · Scholarship payable to the winner’s college/university or certified trade school in the United States; winner must enroll or already be enrolled for Spring 2015 session. · Winners not based on financial need · Relatives of AFSA staff or board members may not enter. Requirements o Read the "Fire Sprinkler Essay" (pdf) or (html) about automatic fire sprinklers. o Complete registration page with all requested information. Before scholarship funds will be awarded, all information submitted on the application by the entrant will be verified. If ANY false or misleading information is submitted on the application, the student will be disqualified without notification to the entrant. · Take a ten-question multiple-choice test. This is an open-book test and you may print the essay beforehand for reference during testing. For each question answered correctly, entrants will receive one (1) entry into a drawing for one of five $1,000 scholarships. For each question answered incorrectly, you will be given one more chance at the end of the exam to answer those questions correctly. A total of ten (10) entries into the drawing is possible if the entrant answers all ten questions correctly. · Each entrant is allowed only one opportunity to take the online test. Any attempt to enter again under a different name, address, etc., will automatically disqualify the entrant without notification to the entrant. · Entrants selected as winners are required to submit the name and contact information of their chosen college/university/certified trade school* for verification of registration and payment of the scholarship to the school. Information must be submitted no later than December 12, 2014 or the scholarship will be considered unclaimed and another winner will be selected. *A 2- or 4-year college/university/technical/career/online school based in the United States that has completed & received accreditation from an agency recognized by the US Department of Education & is on the list found at http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation or http://www.chea.org Deadline Entries will be accepted from 12:00 p.m. (noon) CDT April 9, 2014 until 12:00 p.m. (noon) CDT August 27, 2014. Prizes A total of $5,000 is awarded. Five (5) winners will receive a scholarship of $1,000 each. Only one $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to any single individual from this contest. Odds of winning are based on total number of entries received. Past winners of AFSA's High School Scholarship Contest or AFSA's Second Chance Scholarship Contest cannot win this contest. The scholarship is paid directly to the educational institution in the entrant’s account to be used for tuition and/or books for the Spring 2015 session. Winner Notification Due to the number of entries received, AFSA will only notify winners via email and/or phone. AFSA will contact each winner by email and phone within fourteen (14) business days of contest end date, using contact information given by the entrant during application process. Winners have ten (10) days from date email is sent/phone message is left to respond and verify they meet the eligibility requirements as defined on the scholarship contest Web site. "Second Chance" winners will need to fax, scan, or mail a copy of their U.S. birth certificate, U.S.-issued passport, or green card WITH a copy of their citizenship proof from country of origin. (Two forms of ID required.) Once you are confirmed as winner, AFSA will send you the appropriate college/university/trade school forms to complete for a check to be issued to your chosen school and deposited into your student account. No funds will be issued directly to individuals. All forms and processes must be completed within sixty (60) days of contest end date or your scholarship is forfeited. Winners’ names will be posted on this web site on October 1, 2014. Application Process Applications will only be accepted online through the AFSA scholarship web site (www.afsascholarship.org). Entrant must provide all information requested to be able to submit his/her entry. Step 1: Read all contest information. Step 2: Read the "Fire Sprinkler Essay" You may print the essay for reference if you choose. Step 3: Click on “Take Test Now” button and fill out the entrant information section. You will need to provide the following information: - Full Name - Home Street Address - City, State, Zip Code - Home Phone (with area code) - 2nd Phone Contact (optional) - Email Address - Birthdate - High School Graduation Date / or GED Certificate Award Date (Month/Year) Taking the Test: Select answers for the ten-question multiple-choice test. This is an "open book" test. You may refer to a printed copy if you choose, or use the essay text online to find the correct answer to the question. Click on "submit" button. You will immediately receive notification of questions answered incorrectly. For each question answered incorrectly, you will be given one more chance to answer those questions correctly. This is your LAST CHANCE to refer back to the information in the essay and select the correct answer to the question/questions that you missed. Click on the “Submit” button. You will immediately receive online notification that your entry has been submitted. The number of questions answered correctly equals the number of times your name will be entered into the scholarship drawing. You will NOT receive an email confirmation. Step 2: Read the Essay Print the essay for future reference or read the essay online and refer to it while taking the test. Printing out the essay is highly recommended. Option 1: Read online or print the "Fire Sprinkler Essay" (.html) Option 2: (Recommended) Download & Print the "Fire Sprinkler Essay" (.pdf) ---Attached to file Step 3: Take Online Quiz I've read the essay. I'm ready to fill out the application and take the quiz. The quiz has 10 questions.
At Atlanta Dental Spa we strongly believe in the power of education and the doors that it can open for people of all ages. We understand the pressure and stress that can arise from financial costs associated with earning a higher level of education. We feel that it is important to help those who aspire to achieve greatness by committing to higher education, and as such are offering the Atlanta Dental Spa Annual Scholarship to students. Eligibility Requirements Award Value: $1,000 Application Deadline: August 18th, 2014 This yearly scholarship is available to all high school juniors or seniors, and all students currently registered in any accredited post secondary institution, college, or technical school. This scholarship award is merit based and judged solely by the team at Atlanta Dental Spa. How to Apply To apply for this scholarship you will need to write an essay on the topic listed below. Your essay should be between 250 to 1,000 words. Please do not exceed 1,000 words. As we all know, quantity does NOT equal quality. Write from the heart to address the questions below. Please note: grammar, syntax, and well-formulated ideas are taken into consideration during the review process. All submissions must be sent to us by email at: email@example.com. Include the following information in the body of your email: 1. Your full name, address, and contact details. 2. The name of the high school or post-secondary institution that you are currently enrolled in. 3. The name of the post-secondary institution you will attend for the fall 2014 semester. 4. Your essay as a word attachment or PDF file. 2014 Essay Question: Please tailor your submission to address up to all three questions below. The questions are designed to provide insight into your academic history, goals, and how you plan to use the scholarship, if awarded. 1. What is the most difficult challenge you’ve faced in your life? What did you do to overcome it? 2. Where do you see yourself in five years? 3. How will this scholarship contribute to your academic, professional, or personal goals?