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The Bridges Collaborative Student Contest

Organized by The Century Foundation: Bridges Collaborative

The Bridges Collaborative Student Contest2 months left to enter
  • OrganizerThe Century Foundation: Bridges Collaborative
  • CategoryEducation, Social Sciences
  • PrizeCash
  • RegionNorth America
  • EligibilityHigh school Students, Open to everyone
  • Deadline2021-11-01
Go compete!
For each category, there are four prizes awarded:

• Public Choice Winner (based on online votes among finalists during the finalist voting period): $575
• First Place (based on selection rubric): $575
• Second Place (based on selection rubric): $250
• Third Place (based on selection rubric): $50
Welcome to the Bridges Collaborative’s student contest on segregation. The purpose of the contest is to shed light on the history of segregation in communities across America and to propose potential solutions to this problem. Submissions will be accepted through Monday, November 1, 2021 at 11:59 PM PT.

The Bridges Collaborative is announcing a student contest with cash prizes ranging from $50 to $575 and the opportunity for winners to share their ideas with a network of leaders and policymakers! Students should submit a creative project of their choosing (such as a written, audio, video or other media presentation) that explores the topic of segregation in the community where they live; this may include racial, economic, housing, or school segregation, or the intersection of any of these. The purpose of the contest is to shed light on the history of segregation in communities across America and to propose potential solutions to this problem.

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