For each of our essays, students are expected to respond to the essay prompt provided, within 500-1,000 words.
All contestants will have the option to vote and rate all submissions according to clarity, grammatical usage, and persuasiveness. Help us choose the best submission!
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More about the process…
• Prompt •
Tutor the People Scholarship 08/15/15: What is your preferred field of study in education? Please tell us about what significant person, event, etc. in this field has influenced you, and how.
Word limit: 500 – 1,000 words
• Submit •
Submit your essay by clicking “Submit Entry” below. Please copy/paste your title and essay from a word processor to the dedicated fields.
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• Vote •
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• Win •
The student with the highest number of votes wins a $1,000 scholarship made payable to their educational institution!
- You are not obligated to upload a photo of yourself. In the image field, please upload either a photo of yourself (selfie), photo of your family, landscape, etc.
- We accept submissions beginning 05/15 – 08/15.
- Voting begins 07/15/15.
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My preferred field of study is nursing! My grandma and my work have both influenced me to study nursing as my profession. My grandma is an LPN and has been for years she inspired me because she is a very Read the rest
College is not only one of my dreams, but it is one of my goals. I believe that an education is extremely important, and I cannot imagine not receiving one. I love to learn and challenge myself in everything I Read the rest
Humans are at the top of food chain. They are the most intelligent species on earth, but personally, I prefer earth’s beautiful animal kingdom over people any day. When I imagine my future and I envision what I am doing Read the rest
I worked at Ross Distribution Center in Carlisle, Pennsylvania for a year and a half, but decided that the warehouse lifestyle was not for me, so I saved ten thousand dollars to pursue college. At first, I wanted to go Read the rest
Education is one of the most important factors in a person’s life because it leads you on the path towards success. Determination, hard work, and motivation are the key elements to achieving any goal. For me, it is just the Read the rest
A field that is important towards a successful future is the physical sciences field. In order to live a successful life, humans must protect ourselves from annihilation. It is not the Earth that will die off. It will be able Read the rest
On June 2005 I made not only a promise to myself, but also to my Mexican grandfather, who’s no longer with us today, to become someone professional with a career. I came to this country at the age of eight Read the rest
A person is defined by their subjectivity of the world, which can be a direct reflection of the experiences they have endured. Constantly struggling to overcome the inevitable growing up, I didn’t realize what a blessing in disguise my obstacles Read the rest
It’s hard enough to be different mentally or physically from others, whether it’s autism or cerebral palsy or other such things; it’s even harder when no one understands. Special Education offers me the opportunity to help these students in unique Read the rest
Fabian Molina Aguilar
125 E 59th St, Minneapolis, MN, 55419 Apt #304
Hennepin Technical College
“No Matter How Bad It Is Or How Bad It Gets, I’m Going To Make It”- Les Brown.
My name is Fabian Aguilar, I Read the rest
I am a courteous, curious, outgoing, focused, helpful, and mature person who goes out of my way to make class better for everyone. Throughout my high school career, I participated in several extracurricular, community, employment and school activities, all of Read the rest
Stereotypes for chemistry include the typical atom bombs, the fiery reactions, and the deadly fumes of wrath that rot one’s lungs like an apple core in a garbage dump. A chemistry teacher must ensure that his students titrate appropriate and Read the rest
My preferred field of study is Computer Information Systems. Specifically Cyber security. I chose that as my major with a minor in Homeland Security. The significant event that caused me to go into this field is 9/11. That event showed Read the rest