DirectTextbook.com Photo Essay Contest

January 3rd, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

textbooks and money 86522685DirectTextbook.com Photo Essay Contest
Deadline: January 15

Start the new year off with some extra cash! Before January 15th students are able to submit their original photo into the DirectTextbook.com photo essay contest for a chance to receive $500.00. Students must meet the following requirements:

  • Be a US citizen or resident
  • Be enrolled in an accredited 2 or 4 year college or university
  • Not currently be incarcerated
  • Have a GPA of 2.0 (on a scale of 4.0) or higher
  • Be a high school graduate

Photo entries must capture the theme of “balance” and be accompanied by the fully completed application form.

Students who enter have the chance to win one of following three scholarships:

  1. $500 scholarship: photo selected by Direct Textbook
  2. $500 scholarship: photo with the most votes
  3. $500 scholarship: photo selected at random from all eligible entries

If you have a great photo that you would like to submit, get more information on how you can apply for the DirectTextbook.com Photo Essay Contest here.

2 Comments

  1. Ivona says:

    I am enrolled at Grand Canyon University olnnie program. I am taking my Bachelor Degree in Elementary Education/certificate in Special Education. I applied for the PELL Grant, however I did not qualified for it. I am paying my tuition with some student loans, but I can’t even manage to help with bills in my house as my work only pay a little. Florida is a state in which everything is so high cost. I am looking for some scholarships that I can apply for and I do not know where to start. I am 54 years old and I really want to become a teacher. I am almost there, but If I can’t pay for my school I think I have to quit and it will be a shame as I can do a good job with this needy students in the Special Education department.

  2. Bryanna Davis says:

    Hi Ivona,

    Thanks for visiting. If you follow the link above you will find more information on this scholarship and others. Good luck!

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