Posted By admin on December 18, 2010
Bird Dog Foundation’s Scholarship Essay Contest for high school seniors who reside in Tennessee, Mississippi or Arkansas.
There are NO fees or charges whatsoever to the entrant who is considering submitting an essay to our contest.
The Bird Dog Foundation, Inc., is a 501 (c) (3), non-profit organization with a designation as an educational and charitable corporation. We are coming up on our 20th anniversary of existence. Our headquarters are located in the town of Grand Junction, TN (West TN). Our educational focus includes this essay contest and other student programs and opportunities that help fulfill our mission purposes and keeps us designated as a non-profit organization.
Below is a brief description of our contest opportunity and we would be very grateful if you could please pass this (or your edited version of this) information along to your readers:
The annual Bird Dog Foundation, Inc. College Scholarship Essay Contest has a First and Second Place award of $1,500.00 and $1,000.00, respectively for college bound high school senior level students who reside in TN, MS or AR. There are no charges or fees required to enter this annual contest. The entry deadline for student essay submissions is by midnight of April 15th each year. Complete Contest Rules and suggested Essay Topics can be found and downloaded from our website at: www.birddogfoundation.com
The Bird Dog Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization, was established in 1991 to preserve and promote the tradition of bird dogs, field trials, and shooting sports. It has rapidly expanded its scope in approximately 20 years since its inception. Its museum complex, which includes the National Bird Dog Museum, Field Trial Halls of Fame, Wm. F. Brown Memorial Library, Wildlife Heritage Center, etc. is located in Grand Junction, Tennessee. The complex includes a vast display of art, photography, artifacts, and memorabilia related to bird dog pursuits. The Wildlife Heritage Center, which is the educational arm of the Bird Dog Foundation, is an innovative vehicle for instilling conservation interests and environmental awareness among our young citizens and future sportsmen. It is through the Wildlife Heritage Center that the annual College Scholarship Essay Contests are offered to high school seniors.