Frontier Internet Scholarship (Deadline: November 30, 2016)
Who Can Apply: Both current students and incoming freshmen are eligible.
How to Apply: Is access to the Internet a right? Over the last decade, a growing number of people, and some non-profit groups, have begun stating that every human has a right to access the Internet. They equate it to freedom of communication. On the other hand, there are many who hold that the word “right” must be reserved for fundamental necessities. This group contends that the Internet is a not a necessity to life.
- In 600 to 1,000 words, compare two credible sources: one that is in favor of the argument that access to the Internet is a right, and one that is against the argument.
- Conclude your essay with a personal position on the matter. Your conclusion should cite references that support your arguments and demonstrate your research on the topic.
- Two professional sources required (not Wikipedia)
- Please use perma.cc if you choose to use online sources and use MLA citation style for your work.
- Citations are not included in the work count limit.
Scholarship Amount: $1000
Number of Scholarships Offered: 1
Deadline: November 30, 2016
Learn More: http://www.get-frontier.com/scholarship/