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Write Your Way to a College Scholarship

Want cash for college? Your ability to tell a compelling story about yourself while answering a prompt could help you secure college funding.

Do you think presidential candidates should talk about their religious beliefs on the campaign trail?

One high school junior or senior who writes a compelling story about the role religion should play during the presidential campaign will win a $1,000 college scholarship, plus a trip to Washington, D.C., from the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty.

The deadline for this Religious Liberty Essay College Scholarship contest is March 15.

Your ability to tell a compelling story about yourself while answering a prompt could help you secure college funding. So what have you got to lose? Ready to try?

Wow Writing Workshop will teach you how to write a scholarship essay that stands out this Saturday, March 10, at Birmingham's Seaholm High School. In this hands-on class, students will learn how to interpret a prompt, brainstorm ideas and prepare to write strong essays for college scholarships. Register online or call 248.203.3800 for more information.

GIVEAWAY
For a limited time, Wow Writing Workshop will give away a free guide, Wow Them With Your Scholarship Essay; we will also include a list of great scholarship opportunities. Tell us in one sentence why you want the book and email your answer to info@wowwritingworkshop.com

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