On The Table Read, “The Best Book Reader Magazine in the UK“, THGM Writing Services is offering a new US$500 scholarship to high school seniors enrolled in a first-year post-secondary writing-related program. One applicant will be selected from somewhere in Canada or the United States.
THGM MUSE Scholarship
Young writers accepted into first year of a post-secondary writing-related program can now apply for the THGM MUSE Scholarship. The scholarship awards US$500 to one high school senior based on a short story written in prose or in script.
“We are always finding the right words for our clients,” explained THGM President David Leonhardt. “Now, we are helping young writing students find their own right words, by supporting their studies in writing-related fields. First year fees are always the toughest, so we’ll be their muse.”
Among the programs that qualify are creative writing, journalism, English literature, communications and some theatre programs. Students must be registered for full-time studies to qualify.
The application consists of a 400-600 word short story about a character in the program they are enrolled in. This helps students ready their mindset for their studies, while giving them a common theme on which to focus their creativity.
“There are very few scholarships just for writing, and even fewer available across North America, so this should make a difference,” David Leonhardt added.
Providing innovative tools to support the writing community is nothing new for THGM Writing Services, having created free case studies, worksheets and other tools for writers.
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The deadline for students to apply for the THGM MUSE Scholarship is May 15 each year. Interested candidates are invited to apply at https://thgmwriters.com/resources/scholarship/
- Please see the official web page: https://thgmwriters.com/resources/scholarship/
- The THGM website: https://thgmwriters.com
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