The IBPF believes that mental health education is best and most effective when it starts in our childhood. It helps children with knowledge from the beginning of what is good for their mental health and what can adversely affect it. Every year the foundation organizes an essay challenge for young people. They request that they investigate a specific subject and afterward play out a particular action to cultivate mental health awareness in their networks. The topic of this year’s IBPF’s High School Essay Contest is: We as a whole Have Mental Health How Can Students Mental Health Be Supported Virtually and In-Person?
Interface with your companions basically to get what is expected to help their mental health during this time. Make a virtual psychological well-being effort or program, including how you would carry it out, by working with your school staff, for example, principal, counselor, and teacher(s). as for qualification, the candidate to be eligible should be a current secondary school understudy in ninth to twelfth grade and should give your secondary teacher or guide data for confirmation. Expositions submitted ought to be somewhere in the range of 500 and 1,000 words; however, I won’t mind outperforming the word count if the substance is considered a fundamental piece of the understudies message. Entries are presently open, and the cutoff time to submit will be November 30! The three champs will get monetary rewards as $1,000, $500, $250.
International Bipolar Foundation (IBPF), in the past known as California Bipolar Foundation, was established in June 2007 in San Diego, California, by four guardians with youngsters impacted by bipolar confusion. Very much aware of the injury that bipolar issue can cause for those living with the disease and their families, these guardians felt constrained to do something valuable to help, therefore then they started this foundation.
Below we have a brief description of the following scholarship:
|Organization||International Bipolar Foundation|
|Education Level||High school student|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Contest Deadline||November 30|
|Application Fees||Not required|
Who is Eligible?
The eligibility criteria for the following scholarship is as follows:
- Must be a current high school student in 9th to 12th grade.
- Must provide your high school teacher or counselors information for verification.
How to Apply?
All eligible candidates can apply for this scholarship by submitting an essay of 500-1,000 words answering the following essay prompt:
We All Have Mental Health. How Can Students’ Mental Health Be Supported Virtually and In-Person?
Connect with your peers virtually to understand what is needed to support their mental health during this time. Create a virtual mental health campaign or program, including how you would implement it, by working with your school staff, such as the principal, counseling office, and teacher(s).
Please send a submission to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line – 2021 Teen Changemakers Essay Contest Submission.
The three best and outstanding winners of the following contest will be chosen and be granted the cash prizes as $1,000, $500, $250.
The submission period of the following essay contest is open till November 30, 2021.