Sponsoring Institution: Animal Welfare Institute and Palo Alto Humane Society
Type: Video, Essay, photograph entries for this animal rights contest
Eligibility: 14-15 or 16-18 year olds currently enrolled in middle, high, or home school. (Just need to be less than 19 years of age by February 1, 2021).
Application Deadline: End of April
Highlight:“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not”, says the Lorax. He speaks for the trees that have been harmed by selfish humans and their actions deteriorating the environment. Similarly, this animal rights contest named ‘A Voice For Animals Contest’ gives high school students around the world a voice to speak for innocent animals that have been abused and harmed by human actions. In this animal rights contest sponsored by the Animal Welfare Institute and Palo Alto Humane Society, students of different age groups from 14-15 and 16-18 will be awarded up to $500 per person in a plethora of categories. Present your ideas on alleviating the mistreatment of one animal species or on diffusing one cause of animal suffering in this animal rights contest. Feel free free to express your thoughts beliefs in the form that you’re most comfortable with or that best suits your message. Essays are accepted for all ages! Students in the 16-18 age range are eligible to select Videos, and or photo essays instead, though students selecting that option also need to be involved in a project that involves the protection of animals. Submissions must be in English…. Start your application (in English please!) today to fight for animal rights, and speak for those who cannot…. Because unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.