The Motley Fool $10,000 College Student Award is now open to undergraduate and graduate students currently attending college (full-time or part-time) anywhere in the U.S. This contest will grant one student the grand prize of $10,000, plus 20 runners-up with a $1,000 prize each. Yes, you’re reading this correctly!
Our company’s mission is “To Help The World Invest – Better.” We want to get people of all ages and backgrounds excited about money management and support the next generation of financial advice talent in the process.
If you’re thinking “tell me more,” here’s how to apply:
1) Write a 500-1,000-word article for Fool.com, using one of the following prompts:
– What do people get wrong when they talk to millennials about money?
– What’s the next big thing/company/stock?
– What do you think is the biggest problem with the tech industry right now?
2) Include one supplemental-something to show your personality and dedication to teaching the world how to invest better. Think along the lines of infographic, short video, or a second short article. Wow us!
You can find plenty of resources via Fool.com, from personal finance guidance to investing basics, to learning about The Motley Fool’s philosophy and culture. Submit your full application via email to [email protected] Entries will be judged by Motley Fool in-house editors and bureau-chiefs – including Loeb Award finalist, Ilan Moscovitz.
Click here for full contest rules and regulations. This contest is free to enter, and will close on April 30, 2018. Good luck, Fools!