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Final week to apply for the Sam & Jackie Wong – Alhambra Source Scholarship

Calling all high school seniors and college undergraduates from Alhambra! You are invited to apply for the 2013 Sam & Jackie Wong-Alhambra Source Scholarship.

First prize: $500 and publicationSecond prize: $250 and publicationThird prize: Publication

Submit a video or essay answering one of the following questions1. How has your ethnicity impacted who you are?2. What is it like being an immigrant or the child of immigrants?3. What does your name mean to you?4. What is your family’s history?5. What traditional values from your family’s culture do you believe help you become a more responsible U.S. citizen?

All applications must be submitted by email to Alhambra Source, [email protected], by May 31, 2013. Include your name, age, school, and phone number. Videos must be sent as a YouTube link and be no longer than four minutes. Essays should be attached in Microsoft Word format and be no longer than 1,000 words.

Winners will be announced July 2013 and their work will be showcased on Alhambra Source.

Please note the following contest notes and rules:1. Submissions may be in English, Chinese, or Spanish, but must include translation or captions in English.2. Applicants must be high school seniors or college undergraduates during the 2013-2014 school year.3. Applicants must live or have lived in Alhambra.4. Work must be produced after February 2013.

Download the Sam & Jackie Wong – Alhambra Source Scholarship flyer (English-Spanish-Chinese)

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1 thought on “Final week to apply for the Sam & Jackie Wong – Alhambra Source Scholarship”

  1. Post all the choices and let the people decide!

    There are too many inspirational essays that never see the light of day because they were for solely for the eyes of the “the committee”. People need to see this stuff to feel inspired to get off their butts and do something!