Walgreens Expressions Challenge

The Walgreens Expressions Challenge (Expressions) is an incentive based contest for current high school teens to showcase their creative perspective on sexual responsibility and healthy lifestyle choices. The Expressions Challenge motivates teens to voice their opinion on topics including but not limited to: self-esteem, teen pregnancy, STD prevention, abstinence, sexting, and sexual responsibility awareness. Entrants may submit their perspective in three categories: Creative Writing, Media Arts or Visual Arts. Over a two-month period, during the fall semester, teens will engage in the contest through their schools, community organizations and grassroots initiatives. At its core, the Expressions Challenge is about guiding students to make better life choices about their overall health and well-being. There is no means of expression more personal than art. By combining artistic expression with individual student research, Expressions empowers students to positively influence their classmates, school and community. Teens are encouraged to use their voice through art to communicate their perspective on personal topics for a chance at $2000.Students can enter the contest in three easy steps. Step one: Pick a topic. Step two: Choose a category. Step three: Upload finished creation online.Value of the scholarship:(3) First Place Winners will receive: $2,000, $500 for School/Organization, $500 for Teacher.(3) Second Place Winners will receive: $1,250, $500 for Teacher.For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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Award Amount: $2,000
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