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    $2,500 First Freedom Student Competition for students in grades 9-12. Deadline to register is Nov. 18

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    • Manchester University

      The First Freedom Student Competition is a first-semester national essay and video contest. It offers high-school students an opportunity to compete for $ 2,500 awards as they examine the history and current-day relevance of religious freedom, and then, by written essay or video production, present their evaluation.


      $2,500 First Freedom Student Competition for students in grades 9-12. Deadline to register is Nov. 18

    • CSO: College Scholarship Organizer

      First Freedom Student Competition First Freedom Video and Essay Competition - (2) $2,500 awards for students in grades 9-12. Must submit essay or video about whether or not advancement of freedom of religion be a part of U.S. foreign policy and the impact that you and your generation can have on the advancement of freedom of religion and conscience now and in the future, at home and abroad? Deadline: Register by Nov. 18, 2013, upload video or postmark essay by Nov. 25.

    • Cindy Walter Rauser

      First Freedom Student Competition

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