Scholarhip essay

Youth Scholarship Program
Deadline is in late March
The Electronic Security Association maintains the Youth Scholarship Program, which will award scholarships to two children of active-duty police officers and firefighters. The first place winner will receive $7,500 to put toward their college education and the second place winner will receive $2,500. Awards are based on a combination of academic achievement, national test scores, extracurricular participation and an essay titled, “What it means to me to have my parent or guardian involved in securing our community.”

Most Memorable Experience My friends and I were coming home from our weekend in Edinburgh, and we hadn’t booked our train and ferry tickets back to Dublin, thinking we would be able to do it the morning of. WRONG. We arrived at the Edinburgh train station at 8 AM and found out we wouldn’t be able to get on a train until 7 PM and we would have to take a ferry from Wales to Dublin at 2:45 AM. What could have been a potentially infuriating experience turned out to be one my best memories from abroad. We got an extra day to explore Edinburgh, and we had a great time entertaining each other as we took every mode of transportation through Scotland, England and Wales and finally got back to Ireland successfully. Working with few resources is a challenge, but the reward is worth all the effort. Caitlin Quintez Journalism & Mass Communications, History
IAP Dublin, Ireland

Scholarhip essay

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