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Engineer Girl Writing Contest

Entries for the Engineer Girl Writing Contest are now accepted. Three categories of the contests are availavle; elementary school, middle school and high school students. Each category will have three winners.

Scholarship Description
Launched in 2001, Simil Raghavan and Mary Mathias started the Engineer Girl website in order to bring attention to the amazing opportunities open to women engineers. While more women are entering the engineering field, they are underrepresented in the field. Perhaps you are asking why does this matter? Having a greater number of women in engineering encourages diversity of thought, which ultimately leads to innovation. Economic growth is driven by that innovation, which ultimately makes for a better future for all of us.

Award Value
Winners in each grade category will receive the prizes listed below: First-place winners will be awarded $500. Second-place entries will be awarded $250. Third-place entries will be awarded $100. All winning entries will be published on the EngineerGirl website. Honorable Mention entries will not receive a cash award, but will be published on the EngineerGirl website.

Level & Area of Studies
Elementary school, middle school and high school level in any field.

Place of study
At any institution in USA.

Eligibility and Requirements
The contest is open to individual girls and boys in the following three competition categories: Elementary School Students (grades 3-5), Middle School Students in (grades 6-8), or High School Students (grades 9-12).

Application Instruction
To apply, please go to the link below.

Submission Deadline
1 February 2020.

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