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2017 Frame My Future Scholarship

Frame my future scholarship

Unlike most of the traditional scholarships, there are no essays to write, no grade or academic requirements—it is all about creativity. With the Frame My Future Scholarship, students are challenged to create a visual entry, whether it is a photograph, collage, painting, illustration, poem, short story—any single piece that demonstrates what he/she would like to do in their personal and professional life after college. Entrants are asked to follow the theme: This is how I Frame my Future.

Award Information

  • Five $1,000 scholarship awards
  • One $1,000 donation to Grand Prize Winner’s college/university

Eligibility Criteria

The 2017 scholarship contest is open to students who are:

  • Attending a U.S. college or university full-time for the 2017-2018 academic year (including community college, undergraduate, or graduate school)
  • A legal U.S. resident

How to Apply

Students can apply for the Frame My Future Scholarship by visiting this website: www.framemyfuture.com

The entry period is from November 1, 2016 to March 1, 2017.

Selection Criteria

Church Hill Classics will select 24 Finalists based on the creativity of the full entry, including the entry image and accompanying description (maximum of 500 characters). The full entry must:

  • Be your own work and relate to the theme – This is how I Frame My Future
  • Contain correct grammar and spelling

The 24 Finalists advance to a one-month public voting phase. The five entries with the most votes will each earn a $1,000 scholarship. The top vote-getter also earns the $1,000 donation for his/her college or university’s scholarship endowment fund. Each winner will also receive a custom diploma frame.

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About Church Hill Classics/diplomaframe.com

Church Hill Classics known online as diplomaframe.com is located in Connecticut, where for the past 25 years they have manufactured custom diploma frames for colleges, universities, and high schools.

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