Maconite National Scholarship Organization,
SECTION I: ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS – Please include: Current school ● Degree pursued ● Expected graduation date ● Major ● Most recent GPA (on a 4 point scale). List all academic honors ● Award ● Clubs Include a resume or biography with application.
SECTION II: COMMUNITY and/ or EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES- Please include: Professional associations ●Business organizations ● Community organizations ● Religious organizations. Include any positions held.
SECTION III: STATEMENT OF CAREER OBJECTIVE.
Essay: Candidates must submit a double-spaced, typewritten essay based on the essay question below. The essay may be a maximum of three (3) pages, using 12 pt. Font. Essays longer than three pages will be disqualified.
Essays will be judged on clarity, defense of point-of-view, research and grammar.
SECTION IV: SIGNATURE AND DATE.
Now that we have our first African American President of the United States; what are your thoughts on when, if ever, will society be ready for a woman president?
What are the most significant qualifications must a woman bring to the office of president?
Compare and contrast Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton’s qualifications against those of Vice President Nominee Sarah Palin’s. State your conclusion.
- Scholarship winners agree to participate in public relations activities of the organization.
- Scholarships winners will be required to “give back” by serving a one-year term after completion of education and/or make monetary contribution to the scholarship fund.
- Applicant must submit Essay based upon the above question
Applicant must submit letter of request along with proof of enrollment by college/university
- Deadline to submit application: June 30, 2010
Submit Completed Application to: Dorothy Stewart, President
Maconite National Scholarship Organization
5534 Norway Drive, St. Louis, MO 63121