Themed education competitions are becoming increasingly popular in the United States. These competitions require teams of students from various colleges or universities to design and compete in a variety of competitions, such as those that involve engineering, architecture, and business. One advantage of themed education competitions is that they allow colleges and universities to combine different subject areas in order to create unique scholarship opportunities. At the same time, themed education competitions can also be an effective way for colleges and universities to market themselves to potential students. By creating a unique environment in which students can engage with faculty and other classmates, themed education competitions can help attract top-notch students and improve the school’s reputation. In this blog post, we will provide tips on how to create a successful themed education competition. We will also explore some of the benefits that themed education competitions can have for your college or university.
What is the Medallion of Scholarship Competition?
The Medallion of Scholarship Competition (MOSC) is an annual competition open to undergraduate college students majoring in science, mathematics, or engineering. The MOSC offers a $10,000 prize and invites students to submit proposals for innovative research projects that address important scientific questions.
The MOSC was established in 2005 by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation in honor of the late David Packard and his wife Lucile. David Packard was one of the founding fathers of Silicon Valley and a pioneer in the computer industry. Lucile Packard was a leading philanthropist who dedicated her life to helping others.
The MOSC accepts proposals from students at all stages of their academic careers. Proposals are judged on their scientific merit, innovation, and impact potential. Winners are selected based on a combination of judges’ comments and public voting.
How to enter the competition
To enter the competition, you will need to complete the online application. The deadline for submissions is September 30th. Winners will be announced in December.
The scholarship competition is open to high school seniors and undergraduates who are pursuing a career in health care. To be eligible, applicants must have an average grade point average of 3.0 or higher and demonstrate financial need.
Applications can be submitted online at www.medallionofscholarshipcompetition.com. Before submitting your application, make sure to read the eligibility requirements and review the scholarship guidelines.
Once you have completed the application process, submit your materials including: a resume, transcripts, letter of recommendation (if applicable), and financial statement (if applicable). You may also choose to submit an essay on why you want to pursue a career in health care.
Though the competition is competitive, entering is free and there are no guarantees of winning. However, with hard work and dedication, there’s no reason you can’t become a winner!
The deadline to enter the competition
The deadline to enter the competition is August 31st. To be eligible, applicants must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university and have a 3.2 GPA or higher. Winners will be announced at the college or university’s annual scholarship ceremony.
Prize money and how to claim it
The prize money for the Medallion of Scholarship Competition is $10,000. The deadline to submit an application for the competition is December 1st. To claim the prize money, students must attend a summer school program in either Math, Science, or Technology. The application can be found online at http://www.math.niu.edu/summerschool/.
Criteria for judging the competition
The Medallion of Scholarship Competition is an annual event that offers scholarships to deserving students. To be eligible for a scholarship, applicants must demonstrate exceptional academic achievement, outstanding character qualities, and financial need.
There are three main criteria used to judge the competition: academic achievement, character qualities, and financial need. Each criterion is weighted equally when determining a scholarship recipient. The overall winner of the competition is the student who best meets all three criteria.
Academic achievement is considered the most important criterion when judging the competition. Winners must demonstrate superior performance in their academics relative to other students in their class or department. This means that winners should be well-rounded and have strong skills in several areas of study. Furthermore, winners should have a history of consistent excellence in their academics.
Character qualities are also important when judging the competition. Winners must exhibit qualities such as leadership ability, initiative, and dedication to their education and career goals. These qualities are important not only because they make winners good role models but also because they help recipients overcome any barriers they may face in pursuing their education or career goals.
Financial need is considered a major factor when awarding scholarships through the Medallion of Scholarship Competition. Winners must demonstrate difficulty financing their education on their own – either through financial hardship or limited resources – and demonstrate serious interest in pursuing an advanced degree or professional certification program.
Thank you for participating in the Medallion of Scholarship competition! We received many amazing submissions and it was very difficult to choose a winner. We want to give a huge thank you to all who submitted entries, as without your creative work this contest would not have been possible. The finalists are as follows: 1st Place – Alain Boulet-Leblond from Quebec, Canada 2nd Place – Dario Sardo from Virginia, USA 3rd Place – Darren Kramer from British Columbia, Canada