Must be full-time student (Undergraduate at least 12 credit hours and Graduate and Post Baccalaureate at least 9 hours)
*Applicants will compose a statement (250 to 1000 words) on why it is important for Secular Americans to engage in to engage in volunteerism or on the experience of volunteering as a secular individual.
Note1: Essays may be shared by local Humanist blogs and by national organizations such as the Foundation Beyond Belief. Author will have the option to remain anonymous in the public postings.
Note2: Only one award per year
Note3: This is intended as a book scholarship but will be paid through Financial Aid. Graduating seniors will still receive the award based upon their last term of attendance.
Note4: Two awards can be provided, one for $1,000 and one for $500
One at $1,000 and one at $500
In the space provided, please submit a brief statement (250 to 1000 words) on why it is important for Secular Americans to engage in volunteerism or on the experience of volunteering as a secular individual