Seniors completing Personal Finance this year may compete in an essay contest in which 15 scholarships will be given out, from $100 to $2,500.
In a 1 or 2 page profile, students are to discuss someone whose personal financial decisions and example have positively impacted their life or the lives of others. The person may only be known to the student, or be world-renowned. Then, in a 3 to 6 page analysis, students are to provide application of the financial decisions they are making now in light of what they have learned from the person they are profiling.
Essays are due Friday April 1, 2016