President Abraham Lincoln once proclaimed, “My dream is of a place and a time where America will once again be seen as the last best hope of earth”. Today, over 150 years later, this patriotic belief remains ingrained in the very fabric of our republic.
The 2018 Lincoln Scholarship Program invites Oakland County high school and college students to explore “What makes America the Land of Opportunity?” in an essay or other creative work.
The winner of this contest will receive a $1,000 scholarship along with VIP tickets to the 129th Annual Oakland County Lincoln Day Dinner. Additionally, all applicants are eligible to receive the $1,000 Pam Williams Memorial Award.
Interested students may submit an essay of up to 1000 words, or another form of creative work addressing the prompt of “What makes America the Land of Opportunity?”
Award Selection Criteria
Essays and other creative work will be judged on how well the applicant articulates elements of American culture which make America the Land of Opportunity.
Applicants submitting non-traditional creative work are encouraged to include a written explanation of their project. Creative and “outside-the-box” ideas are always encouraged.
Submission Method and Deadline
For more information on the 127th Annual Oakland County Lincoln Day Dinner, please visit oaklandgop.net or call 1-248-799-7288.
For questions regarding the 2017 Lincoln Scholarship, contact Paul Stephens at 1-248-797-5028 or email@example.com.