Are you interested in applying for Essay Contest? The Prindle Institute for Ethics brings a perfect opportunity for you as it is awarding five prizes ($300 each) for the best essays written by high school students on an ethics-related topic. This year’s topic focuses on human rights violations that occur in other countries. The contest is open for any high school student.
The Prindle Post is a global forum for ethical reflection and debate. Their goal is to report on and discuss the ethical issues that arise from newsworthy events.
- Anyone currently enrolled in high school in the United States. You do not need to enroll at DePauw to receive the award.
- This contest is open to any high school student regardless of college choice.
How to Apply:
For applying the scholarship, the candidates must submit an essay (500-2000 words) on the following topic:
Does the United States have a moral responsibility to intervene in countries where human rights violations are occurring?
- You should present and critically discuss arguments for your position.
- Don’t merely summarize what others have said, we want you to weigh in with your opinion on the merits of the arguments you discuss.
- Cite your sources (any common citation style is acceptable).
- Remove any identifying information from the paper you submit, including your name, high school name, etc. This ensures that papers will be anonymous.
Submit your essay paper via the online submission by using the given link: http://www.prindlepost.org/highschoolessay/
The Prindle Institute for Ethics is awarding five prizes of $300 each.
Your essay must be submitted on or before February 1, 2016.
Link for more Information:
If you have questions, email at: prindleinstitute-at-depauw.edu