We The Future College Scholarship

Scholarship Value: $5,000
Awards Available: 5
Award Deadline: Sep 17, 2022

College Students may submit: Essay, Song, STEM, Short Film, or PSA. All entries that utilize copyrighted music, film clips, or photos MUST obtain the proper licensing permissions IN ADVANCE of submitting the entry, in order to be considered.

The winner will also be invited to attend the Winner Mentor Trip tentatively scheduled for June 2023 (all costs fully covered).

Submissions due no later than 11:59 p.m. September 17, 2022 to WeTheFuture2022@yahoo.com with subject line “COLLEGE (INSERT CATEGORY ENTERING) ENTRY” See Official Rules Section III for complete submission instructions

Essay:

Recognizing our form of government is a Republic, write a 500-1,000 word essay on how our First Amendment (RAPPS: Religion, Assembly, Press, Petition, Speech) rights enable the citizens to influence the laws of our country or initiate a constitutional amendment and, in so doing, prevent the dissolution of the Republic in the ways that have affected other nations in the past (e.g. violent rebellion/uprising or coup d’etat). The essay must be no shorter than 500 words and no longer than 1,000 words, typed or handwritten. Essay entry and filled out entry form may be mailed or submitted by email, but MUST include student’s name, age, and year on every page of the essay. If mailing, two copies of the essay and entry form must be included. See Official Rules Section III for details.

Song:

As citizens under a republican form of government, how do we use the First Amendment (RAPPS: Religion, Assembly, Press, Petition, Essay) to change the laws of our country or create a constitutional amendment and, in so doing, prevent the dissolution of the Republic in the ways that have affected other nations in the past (e.g. violent rebellion/uprising or coup d’etat). The song must be an original pop, country, rock, or other popular genre, song composition, lyrics and music, written by the student, no longer than 3:20. Song submissions should be uploaded to YouTube (640 x 360 minimum, HD preferred) or Vimeo (download enabled) and must include a video recording of the performance or a still photo with audio in background. See Official Rules Section III for details. See Official Rules Section III for details.

• STEM:

Proposed (pick 1 of 4 STEM projects and if your project is a website or app, please include 2 paragraphs as to how you would market your project.

Technology

Option 1: Please create a web interface that effects change using your First Amendment rights.

Engineering

Please create a phone application that can be used by Constituting America to incorporate the various materials on our website (videos, essays, founding documents, white papers, etc.)

Math

Option 1: Please create a graphical representation of our amendment process. It should include the years that all of the amendments have been ratified and how long each amendment took to be ratified from initiation to ratification. Please include brief background material on how the amendments originated.

Option 2: Please create a quantitative analysis of the effects of a certain amendment. Example: How many 18-20 year olds have voted since the 26th amendment, and what is the effect on voting results? Conduct an analysis of female voting patterns since the 19th Amendment, or African American voting patterns since the 15th amendment.

Science

How did the freedoms outlined in the Declaration and the Constitution accelerate science and scientific thinking?

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