The Ocean Awareness Contest asks students to consider the future of a coastal or marine species that is under threat from climate change.Submissions are accepted in a variety of art forms, but all must consider the way that climate change impacts ocean life.
The Ocean Awareness Contest asks students to consider the future of a coastal or marine species that is under threat from climate change.
It is also our hope that this program will help promote respect for human rights across the world.
(1) Award-winning essays in 2018 Each year, a collection of award-winning essays is compiled and distributed.
The High School Essay Contest is open to High School students attending 9th through 12th grades.
A $1,000 National Garden Club Scholarship will be awarded to the National Winner.
The Ministry of Justice has organized the annual National Human Rights Essay Contest for Junior High School Students since 1981.
This program aims to help junior high school students, who will be major players in the next generation, to deepen their understanding of the importance and necessity of respecting human rights, and foster awareness of human rights, through writing essays on human rights issues.
In 2018, the contest received 933,992 essays from 7,342 schools across the nation.
Almost 30% of junior high school students in Japan submitted an essay.
The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards have a entry fee for individual submissions and for portfolio submissions, which may be waived for students in need.
These fees may vary depending on location, so be sure to check your local guidelines.