Sponsoring Institution: Pilot Pen
Type: Essay Nomination for Doing Good
Eligibility: You must be a legal resident of the fifty (50) United States or the District of Columbia, currently attend middle or high school, and between the ages of 13 through 19 years of age. Entrants must also submit 1,000 to 2,500 words about how they or someone they know is overachieving in a way.
Application Deadline: Mid-January.
Highlight: Are you looking for a way to be recognized for all the work you put in to make the world a better place? Well, look no further! The G2 Overachievers Grant is the perfect way for you to have a shot at being recognized and win up to $100,000! You, or someone you know, can be recognized for being an exceptional individual. Legal residents between the age of 13 and 19 of the United States can be nominated for this grant. Essentially, participants can nominate anyone with whom they are personally acquainted or can nominate themselves. Participants are either eligible for the $100,000 or $15,000 grant — the application process for both is the same 🙂 To apply, participants must be nominated and submit 1000-2500 words expressing how they are contributing to the world. Click here to view past grant winner’s stories! Each student has their own story: 2020 winner Jordan Grabelle provides families in need with letters to make teaching the alphabet easier while 2018 winner Ian McKenna created a community garden to provide fresh produce to those in need. Whatever your story is, your impact matters. So, what are you waiting for? Make sure to nominate someone between July and January to recognize them for being an exceptional individual.