Additional requirements may apply depending on what artistic discipline you’re in.
Applicants must be 15 to 18-year-old US citizens or permanent residents (including green card holders) or in grades 10 through 12 at the time of submission.
The National World War II Museum contest asks writers to consider the importance of art and artists during war.
Students will read and think about a Bob Hope quote—”I was offering time and laughs — the men and women fighting the war were offering up their lives.
Additional scholarships are available to students who demonstrate originality in their voice for ocean activism, as well as students located in Boston, Massachusetts.
The River of Words contest asks students to consider watersheds—an area that drains into the same body of water—and how they connect with their local community.
These fees may vary depending on location, so be sure to check your local guidelines.
The Ocean Awareness Contest asks students to consider the future of a coastal or marine species that is under threat from climate change.
Scripts may be realistic, fictional, or abstract, and may include plays, screenplays, or musical theater.
One winner or group of winners will be selected as participants in the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.