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CareerSafe®, Safety Education for America's Future, is excited to announce a new scholarship opportunity for students. 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. CareerSafe will select up to four (4) students to be awarded a $500 scholarship each quarter.

 

 Entry Period:

Contest begins January 1, 2018 and ends December 31, 2018. Each quarterly Entry Period begins at 12:00 a.m. Central Standard Time (“CST”) on the first date of each quarter and ends at 5:00 p.m. CST on the last day of the quarter. The Entry Period for each quarter is as follows:

    • Quarter 1: January 1 - March 31
    • Quarter 2: April 1 - June 30
    • Quarter 3: July 1 - September 30
    • Quarter 4: October 1 - December 31

Eligibility:

  • Student must have completed one of the following CareerSafe courses: OSHA 10-Hour General Industry, OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry, OSHA 10-Hour General Industry (Agriculture), or OSHA 10-Hour General Industry (Healthcare).
  • Each entry must have a sponsor (e.g. teacher, mentor, advisor, or parent/guardian)

How to Enter the Contest:

You may enter the CareerSafe® Youth Safety Essay Scholarship Contest by (a) completing the Official Entry Form and the Consent and Release from Liability Form and (b) submitting an original essay to:

CareerSafe Safety Essay Scholarship Contest

1005 University Drive East

College Station, TX 77840

 

CareerSafe is now accepting online submissions. Please upload your essay and required documentation here.

Please refer to the Official Contest Rules for additional requirements and information.

Essay Requirements:

  • Must maintain the theme: How has your OSHA 10-Hour wallet card impacted how you recognize hazards and how it will benefit your future.
  • 800 words or less
  • Typed, double-spaced in 12-point Arial font or an equivalent font
  • Numbered pages with one-inch margins

Past Winners:

Once the awardees are selected each quarter a link to the winning essay will be posted here.

Contact:

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