Do you know of any Grade 12 students who would like to win money for their education?
Let them spend time on their devices
We think that it will be okay to let your grade 12er spend time on the device of their choice. Yup – we said it. Now go and get them and let them know. Trust us, while they are on the favourite device of their choice, have them write an essay on the Dumberst thing they ever did with they money and they could win between $1000-$5000. How great would it be if your grade 12er could contribute to their education? Well if they hurry up, they can enter the “What was the dumbest thing you ever did with your money” essay writing contest. They need to do it quickly – the contest end on October 16, 2017.
There are 20 prizes available to be won. (not just one winner – 20 winners!)
- 1 Grand Prize: The Selected Entrant who submits the highest-scoring Selected Essay is eligible to win $5000.
- 1 Second-place Prizes: The Selected Entrants who submit the next second highest-scoring Selected Essays are each eligible to win $3000.
- 2 Third-place Prizes: The Selected Entrants who submit the next third highest-scoring Selected Essays are each eligible to win $2500.
- 5 Fourth-place Prizes: The Selected Entrants who submit the next fourth highest-scoring Selected Essays are each eligible to win $1500.
- 11 Fifth-place Prizes: The Selected Entrants who submit the next fifth highest-scoring Selected Essays are each eligible to win $1000.
Grade 12 students across Canada are invited to confess their contained financial calamity story by submitting their true-life handiwork to the CEWC 2017 Essay Contest, co-sponsored by Credit Canada Debt Solutions, Capital One, OLG, RBC, TD Bank, BMO, MNP Inc., Oakman Group, Harris and Partners, and many others.Prizes range from $1000 to $5000, with over 20 prizes to be won.
Entries must be written in English or French and must not exceed 1000 words. Essays must be submitted between Sept. 1 and Oct. 16, 2017. For full contest rules, see the application page.
Credit Education Week
Credit Education Week runs from November 6-10, 2017. Credit Education Week Canada (CEWC) is now in its 11th year. This year’s theme is titled “Guilty Pleasures”, with a focus on helping Canadians successfully launch to reach their financial goals. CEWC continues to be part of a national effort to raise financial literacy awareness and the importance of proper credit education. CEWC proudly supports the initiatives of Financial Literacy Month through several events across the country.
Part of Credit Education week is the opportunity for the Essay Writing Contest. How great is that!!!!!!!!!!!!
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