ReportsHealthcare Scholarship Program
$1000 Worth of Scholarship for Students to Win
ReportsHealthcare is an informative website, that covers various aspects of health-related topics, news and updates. It aims to provide accurate information most modestly so that every reader can understand it.
As a gesture of goodwill and to spread awareness on the importance of health, we have decided to award a scholarship for a creative minded college student. It is to encourage the student to promote a healthier concept of life.
GUIDELINES TO APPLY
The entry to our scholarship program only requires you to write a creative and informative article on the topic:
“How Can You Inspire Others By Adopting A Healthy Lifestyle?”
**You are required to write a minimum of 1000 words.
Remember that copied or paraphrased content will not be tolerated. Make sure that your content is not a violation of any copyrights.
The participant needs to be an enrolled student of any community or state college or university during the session 2018-2019. There is no age limit and academic merit to ensure selection. The applications will be judged only on your creative ideas and writing skills.
After you complete the essay, proofread it to reduce spelling, grammar and punctuation errors. Send us the final copy at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject mentioned as “ReportsHealthcare Scholarship Program.”
You need to provide the following details as part of your application.
- Complete Name
- Email Address
- College or University Name
- Field of Study And Session
- College or University Student ID card
We will begin accepting applications on July 1st, 2019. All applications along with the article must be received by the deadline (07/15/2019). We expect to evaluate applications and notify the winning article by (08/01/2019).
Entries received after the deadline will not be considered for this round of applications.
The scholarship award winner will be announced after two weeks of the deadline.
(The winner will get the award money $1000 through Paypal or a bank cheque.)
– Team ReportsHealthcare