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Saturday, December 15, 2012

Essay Competition: The Teacher Who Changed My Life

Azizah Magazine is partnering with New America Media (NAM) and other media partners in Atlanta, GA to organize an essay contest to honor teachers.

If you are a resident of Atlanta or its surrounding counties, you can enter the competition in one of the following categories:

1) Teenagers between 14 to 18 years old: Write about a teacher, who is not your relative, who teaches in public or private school in the city of Atlanta or surrounding counties.

Awards of $500 to both the winner and the teacher profiled.

2) Adults 19 years of age and older: Write about a teacher, who is not your relative, who teaches in public or private school in the city of Atlanta or surrounding counties who have changed your life or the life of your child.

Awards of $500 to both the winner and the teacher profiled.

3) Teachers in Memory: Write about a teacher, who is not your relative, who might have passed away or lost contact with, or a teacher who taught you in your home country.

$500 awarded to local school of winner's choice.

Essays can be up to 500 words and must be submitted by January 14, 2013.

Continue reading here for more details and official contest rules.

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Hiba Magazine said...

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