Congratulations to our Quarter 2 Essay Contest Winners!

Every quarter, CareerSafe®, Safety Education for America's Future™ hosts a great scholarship opportunity for students. For the scholarship, students are encouraged to write an essay describing how their OSHA 10-Hour card has made an impact in the way they recognize hazards and how it will be a benefit to their future.

The essay doesn't have to be written though! It can also be a digital essay – spoken into a camera instead of typed on a computer. The only requirements for eligibility for the essay opportunity are that the submission is from a student that has completed one of CareerSafe's four OSHA-10 courses and they have a sponsor. That sponsor can be a teacher, mentor, advisor, or even parent.

The essay must maintain the theme of the impact a student's OSHA 10-Hour wallet card and credential has impacted their life and the benefits it holds for their future, must be 800 words or less and, if typed, double-spaced using 12 point Arial (or equivalent) font with numbered pages and one-inch margins.

After completing the essay, a student mails it to our offices by then CareerSafe® will select up to four (4) students to be awarded a $500 scholarship. The best part about this opportunity is that it happens every single quarter.

In 2018, our second quarter winners were:

Juan Lucero from Liberal High School

Kylie Allen from Hargrave High School

Kelby Been from Granbury High School

And Crystal Hernandez from Green B. Trimble Technical High School

If you have a student in mind that you'd like to see submit an essay or would like more information on this scholarship opportunity in general, including the registration process, entry forms, and past winners click here.

Be on the lookout for another scholarship opportunity from CareerSafe in the coming weeks. We will be hosting our annual National Youth Safety Video Contest where students can submit a short video demonstrating safety in the workplace. The top three video winners will receive scholarship prizes and be announced at the Opening Ceremony of the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, KY. 

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