Essay Contests to win money
Contestants in the MesotheliomaHelp Scholarship Essay Contest sponsored by Belluck & Fox, LLP, have an additional chance to win a iPad-mini.
Share the essay contest with friends and family on Twitter and Facebook for a chance to win an Apple iPad Mini. The more you tweet the more opportunities you have. Please remember that to be eligible to win you should submit your essay in the annual essay scholarship contest. One lucky ipad-mini winner will be selected at random!
Every year, as an incentive to get people participating in our scholarship contest, we provide a chance for students to win an iPad Mini by sharing their essays with friends, family and all readers of MesotheliomaHelp.
2013 – Ipad-Mini Winner
Maryam Khazraee is a Third Year Doctorate of Pharmacy student at the University of Florida. If she could only choose three words to describe herself they would be Leader, Activator, and Achiever. She has consistently shown determination and perseverance for knowledge, compassion in helping others, and justice in creating fairness among all. Her interests include managed care pharmacy, oncology, and specialty drug development. She could like to pursue further education by completing an oncology residency or pharmaceutical industry fellowship while utilizing her skills and experiences in making a positive global impact.
2012 – Ipad-Mini Winner
Kim Forgione graduated from the University of Montana with a degree in wildlife biology. She is now looking forward to starting a doctorate of optometry program next fall at Pacific University College of Optometry.
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