Founded in 1969, Naag Tag has provided businesses and institutions with the fundamentals in employee and individual recognition. We offer engraving services specializing in nametags, wall plaques, custom signs, id badges, and a host of other items.
In addition to our many years of service to our customers, we also serve our community and friends as active participants in the efforts to support those with Cystic Fibrosis. Every year, Naag Tag sponsors a BBQ fundraiser to donate to and raise awareness for this disease. As an expansion of that, we are proud to offer the Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Scholarship.
The scholarship is designed to raise awareness for Cystic Fibrosis. Students are required to write an essay around a topic about the disease for the chance to receive the $1500 scholarship. The hope is that students will learn from the essay they write and become advocates for those with Cystic Fibrosis and their loved ones.
How to Apply
Eligible students will:
A) Write an essay between 500 and 800 words on ONE of the following topics
1) How we can help people with Cystic Fibrosis
2) How Cystic Fibrosis has affected you
3) How can you raise awareness or revenue for research of the disease
B) Include a brief cover letter with contact information
C) Email their essay as a .doc or .pdf attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org
Who Can Apply
All students attending institutions of higher education (past high school) in the U.S. may apply.*
When is the Deadline to Apply?
All essays must be received by July 31st. A scholarship winner will be chosen and notified by September 1st.
Award Amount and Rules
$1500, awarded once per year. The award will be sent directly to financial office of the winning student to be used only towards tuition, books, or other school fees. The winning essays will also be published on the Naag Tag Inc. blog.
Winning entries will be published on the Naag Tag Inc. blog, along with the first name of the author. By submitting an entry, each candidate agrees to allow this publication of their work.