The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2020- Win a.
The Center for International Private Enterprise invites young people to share their ideas on how youth can help strengthen democracy and the private sector. Students and young professionals aged between 18to 30 are eligible to participate. Past CIPE Youth Essay Contest Winners are not eligible to participate. All essays must be written in English between 1,500 to 2,500 words.
The competition closes on June 29, 2020. The final winner will be selected by a high-level selection panel and the winner will be announced on the 12th of August 2020 on the occasion of.
By Carol Kezaabu When Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) contacted David Musiime with the news that he had won their essay competition, he was thrilled but also a little surprised.
The annual Jamaica Information Service Heritage Essay competition is back!!! This is your chance to show how much you know about Jamaica’s Heritage Sites! This year the JIS is asking students aged nine to 12 to respond to the question: Your essay should: Be written in English; Must be completely original; Should be 400 to 500 words; Have a.
WordHound Children's Writing Competition (aged 12 and under) Closing date: Last Thursday of each month Prizes: Goodie bags of sweets and stationery, publication on the blog and social media. Looking for: Under 300 words of funny, weird or otherwise unique writing, based on the topic of the month. Entry fee: Free. Other info: Monthly writing suggestions posted on the website and social channels.
To commemorate International Youth Day, Junior Achievement Nigeria is organizing a “Youth Entrepreneurship Essay Competition” in partnership with Access Bank.
Download the 2019-2020 Competition List here. Each month Write the World holds a new competition, developed around a particular idea or genre of writing, such as poetry, fantasy, sports journalism, or flash fiction. Competitions encourage you to dig deeper into the writing process, try out new genres and share your work with a sea of eager readers. And because a first draft is never perfect.