The National Center for Policy Analysis and Debate Central are proud to announce the 2013-2014 Young Patriots Essay Contest!

The Young Patriots Essay Contest is designed to challenge high school students to creatively solve problems in the realm of public policy through the art of writing. We assign a controversial topic each year and only THREE winners are chosen out of hundreds of essay submissions.

The contest is closed for 2013-2014.

Read the winning essays here.

Stay tuned for the 2014-2015 contest announcement later this year!

 

The topic of this year’s essay contest is:  “According to the four required readings. What policy changes should the government pursue in order to best foster economic prosperity?”

This year, we’re introducing an interactive reading and education component to ensure you, as students, gain valuable insight on the NCPA’s perspective and message. Please read the four following pieces as you consider the above topic. Your submission will be graded in part according to how carefully and thoughtfully you engage with these four challenging articles. They are:

Entrants have the opportunity to:

  • Earn a college scholarship of up to $5,000
  • Have your essay published on Debate Central
  • See your essay posted on the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) home page
  • Have your essay shared with 350,000 NCPA Policy Patriots via email
  • Have your winning entry be sent to your hometown newspapers, radio and TV.

Your essay should be written in English and should not exceed 1,200 words.  For more guidelines on submission and formatting of entries, see below. All essays must be submitted by Tuesday, December 31 2013 at 11:00pm. No late submissions will be accepted.

Young Patriots Submission Guidelines

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. How should I format my entry?

A. Essays should be written in English, with submissions of up to 1,200 words. Essays exceeding this length will not be considered. Please submit your entry as a Microsoft Word document.

Also be sure to include all essential information, including your name, address, phone number(s) and e-mail address in the body of the e-mail.

Q. How do I submit my entry?

E-mail your submission to Rachel.Stevens@ncpa.org.

Each e-mail submission will receive a return message verifying that the essay was received.

Q. What happens if I exceed the word limit?

A. Your essay will not be considered. There is no word minimum.

Q. Can I choose to remain anonymous?

A. No. We must be able to publish both your essay and name.

Q. How should I format citations?

A. In the Modern Language Association (MLA) format. Citations should be listed in a ‘Works Cited’ page at the end of the document. An example of a citation in this format from a web resource is listed below:

Goodman, John. What is Wrong with the Drug Industry? John Goodman’s Health Policy Blog. National Center for Policy Analysis, 23 Sept. 2011. Web. 24 Sep. 2011. ‹http://healthblog.ncpa.org/whats-wrong-with-the-drug-industry/›.

For additional citation questions please consult Purdue University’s free online formatting and style guide.

The works cited page should not be included in your overall word count.

Q. Do I need to attach a cover letter?

A. No.

Q. Is there anything else you can tell me about how to stand out from the crowd?

A. Yes. Here are a few suggestions for participants:

  • Stick to the subject and topic. Submitting your essay in the proper format is essential, but the substance of your essay is the most important part. If you write a fantastic essay that doesn’t address the central question you won’t win.
  • Submit a professional document. Double check grammar and spelling and try to make rambling sentences more concise.
  • Follow and demonstrate a clear vision. This contest leaves lots of room to address the subject in a variety of ways. Students should attempt to be creative, clear and persuasive in their approach to the topic.
  • Include your perspective on the works. Show us that you have read and considered the material. Do not simply summarize the readings but rather explain how they influence your thinking on policy.

Q. Do I need to agree with the authors?

The short answer: No. The longer answer: No, but you should warrant your disagreement with outside sources and research. Make sure your argument is complete, articulate and supported. Avoid ad hominem attacks that indict the author without properly considering the merit of the argument.

Q. Is there just one prize?

A. No. First, second and third prizes will be awarded in the amounts of $5,000, $3,000, and $2,000 respectively.

153 Comments

  1. daisy says:

    who is eligible to compete in this contest?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      All high school students are eligible to compete. If you are a high school student at the time of the December 31 deadline, you’re eligible. Thanks for your interest; we hope you’ll choose to enter!

  2. Aditya says:

    Are US citizens located and graduation from high schools outside the USA allowed to enter?
    Thanks in advance.
    Aditya

  3. Lauren Sabino says:

    Hi Aditya,

    Non-US high school students are eligible to compete. Thanks for your question, and good luck!

  4. [...] The Young Patriots Essay Contest is currently being offered by the National Center for Policy Analysis. This is an essay contest open to all high school students. The winner will receive a $5,000 college scholarship, second place will receive a $3,000 scholarship, and third place will receive a $2,000 scholarship. [...]

  5. Dillan Dumont says:

    what is the due date?

  6. Uriel Torres says:

    Hello. I am a student who has just graduated from community college with an A.A. in Liberal Arts and Humanities. I am currently not attending university but am planning to study abroad in a Japanese language school in Kyoto, Japan next April. THe scholarship money would be a tremendous help in covering costs. Am I eligible to participate in this contest? I say again, the prize money would cover a substantial amount of costs at the school I’m planning to attend. Thanky you, Uriel

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Hi Uriel,

      Although we wish you luck, unfortunately you are not eligible. All entrants must be in high school at the time of the due date, which is December 31, 2013. Since you have an associate’s degree, you are not eligible.

  7. Rashad says:

    if your a college student are u eligible to compete in this competition?

    • Lauren Sabino says:

      Hi Rashad,

      College students are not eligible for the award. We hope you’ll stay up to date with the NCPA, though! Check out our paid internship program here!

  8. Robin Lee says:

    When do you announce the readings for next year. This looks like a summer reading and writing activity I could be passionate about. BUT I am taking 4 college classes and am involved in all kinds of volunteer and competition activities and do not have room for more reading. When does this go live for 2015? Like to plan for this.

    • Lauren Sabino says:

      Hi Robin,

      Good suggestion! We usually announce the prompt in August but can certainly look at releasing the contest earlier in the future. We’re sorry if you feel that you don’t have enough time to complete the contest this year! We’d still like to see you enter, however — you have a few months to work on the topic and we’d be happy to answer questions if you have them.

  9. salama shayan says:

    is extra research essential for this particular topic? or should i just stick to these 4 articles
    also, i am from pakistan- in highschool, im eligible right?

  10. salama shayan says:

    also, i am from pakistan- should i refer & answer to this question with a general political/economic scenario of the world or in some country particular.

  11. Phylicia Lloyd says:

    Hi, I am currently working on this essay. Can I choose a policy not mentioned in the articles and support my choice by facts from the articles.

    • Lauren Sabino says:

      Hi Phylicia,

      Feel free to write about any specific policy you like – the articles are meant to inform your point of view. Your essay is your own! Thanks, and we look forward to reading your submission!

  12. Brandon says:

    Hello, I am a high school student who plans on applying to this scholarship contest. Out of curiosity, how many people are expected to apply to this scholarship? Thank you.

    • Lauren Sabino says:

      Hi Brandon,

      So glad you’re going to apply! Although the number of applicants varies by year, we usually receive several hundred. We look forward to reading your work!

  13. emily Collier says:

    Policy changes sgould include getting rid of clubs that helps our future students. I feel as though the governemtn is a big influencer in the policy changes and with that. We need to include both policies to help us and the government people who request it

  14. Edaso says:

    Hello i am edaso from Ethiopia. I am just intending to be part of this competition.what i want you to know about me is that i am currently learrning in one university of my country;just a second year student.so am i eligible to move on? Thank you in advance.

    • Lauren Sabino says:

      Hi Edaso,

      Thank you for your interest! Unfortunately, university students are not eligible. We hope you’ll continue to check back for other opportunities more tailored to your age group.

  15. Brandon says:

    Hello, 2nd time poster. I applied to this scholarship, yet, I didn’t receive the promised email confirming my application. I was wondering why I haven’t received the email. Thank you.

    • Lauren Sabino says:

      Hi Brandon,

      If you didn’t receive a confirmation, it’s possible we did not receive your submission. To ensure we did, please re-send to lauren (dot) sabino (at) ncpa (dot) org. So sorry for the inconvenience!

      • Brandon says:

        I sent it again. Let me know if you receive my email. I will also look for the confirmation email within the next couple of days.

  16. Tani says:

    Hi! I have only just graduated from high school, but I don’t start attending college until after the July of next year. Am I eligible for this contest?

    • Lauren Sabino says:

      Hi Tani,

      Unfortunately, you are not eligible for the contest. Students must be currently enrolled, degree-seeking high school students to be eligible. I hope you will continue to take advantage of our resources for college students, however, including our internship program found here.

  17. Kinley says:

    Is this a kind of scholarship that if you win, you can only use to one specific school? Or can you use it to whatever school you want???

    • Lauren Sabino says:

      Hi Kinley,

      The scholarship can be applied to any school of your choosing, as long as it is a college or university. Thanks, and good luck!

  18. Cesar says:

    Where do I write this Essay?

  19. Nick says:

    Does the works cited count towards the world limit? I would assume we have to properly cite the required readings in mla format.

  20. Yulinda says:

    Hi, is the “Works Cited” part also counts in the 1,200 words? Thank you. (I’m not so familiar with MLA format, I’m not from US)
    Yulinda

  21. Dane says:

    I recently graduated but would be starting college next year, i am doing SAT and preparing for college,can i enter??

  22. Dane says:

    In the caribbean we do CXC, i am currently doing it homeschooled and would be taking the examination in january, HOWEVER, i am not technically enrolled in a HS again but i am doing the normal exam with everyone else…Can i still enter?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Hi Dane,

      If you are not enrolled in high school at the due date, December 31, you are unfortunately not eligible. If you are homeschooled but will be working at a high school level at the time the essay is due, you are eligible.

  23. Chris says:

    I’m currently a policy debater in Massachusetts debating the current resolution (Latin American Economic Engagement). Is it permissible to use current Affirmatives and cards on the topic as part of this essay as both the subject and evidence (like using the example of the Cuba Aff which lifts the embargo on Cuba which will lead to economic prosperity)?

    • Lauren Sabino says:

      Hi Chris,

      You can use whichever policy example you like, but the most relevant criterion is that you demonstrate that you both read and understood the supplied readings. You also will want to format your essay in MLA, not as debate evidence. Thanks, and good luck!

  24. Taryn Sturkey says:

    Does the works cited page count as part of the word count?

  25. KyleLea says:

    Would it be prefered if the bibliography is annotated?

  26. Sandeep says:

    HI Miss,
    I completed my high school this May, but could not yet join a college, so will I be eligible for this scholarship ?

    Thank You

  27. Kaitlin says:

    Are we supposed to cite the four required articles that we are supplied? If so, how do we do that?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Please cite the required articles where you reference them directly. Follow normal academic integrity guidelines, and use MLA formatting. Thanks for your question!

  28. Daren says:

    Hello and thank you for the contest. For what purposes can the scholarship money be used, if won? I ask because I am looking at this for my daughter, who already likely has a scholarship that will cover tuition, fees, and books. Could this be used for other needed materials, housing expenses, etc?

    Thank you for your time.

  29. Jordan Brown says:

    Hello! Am I eligible if I’m currently in high school, and taking college courses at the same time?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      If you are still a high school student taking classes for dual credit, then you are eligible for the contest. Thanks for your question!

  30. Lailani Somaratna says:

    Hello,
    I was wondering to what colleges is this scholarship good for? Do we have to apply for this scholarship or do we simply submit the essay in time before the deadline and acquire it?
    Thank you for your time!!

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      The scholarship is good for use at any college of your choice. You can also use it for books or other expenses. In order to apply, simply submit the essay along with your name and contact information. We will get in touch with the winners, once they are selected. Thanks for your question!

  31. Madison Weston says:

    Where exactly on the Debate Central Website is the section to see the essay topic and where to submit it.

  32. Skylar Ferguson says:

    How long should the essay be?

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  34. Cedric Allen says:

    Hello! I am a high school student here in the Philippines. I am not a US citizen, and I am not part of the K-12 curriculum (we only have ten years here). Am I still eligible to join? THANKS A MILLION!

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Hi Cedric, you are eligible to apply if you have not yet enrolled in any college, and plan to within the next year. Thanks for your question!

  35. Kara Liu says:

    Does the 1200 essay word limit include the name, date, email, or citations? Thanks.

  36. Ahan says:

    Do you want the majority of the essay to contain explanations of the articles and the policy thinking that they suggest, or would you prefer for the majority of the essay to talk about our views on policy as pertaining to the question?

    Thanks

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Thanks for your question! How exactly you write the essay is up to you. Generally, we would like you to focus on how the readings inform your views on public policy. It is not essential that you agree with all of the readings, but it is important to engage them. I hope this helps.

  37. Skotty Camp says:

    Hello, I was just wondering if it is too late to submit my essay. and are high school Sophomores eligible?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      It is not too late! The deadline is December 31. Any student who has not yet enrolled in any college is eligible to enter, although the scholarship is good for one year. If you do not plan to enroll in any college courses within the next year, you may want to wait and enter the contest when you are a senior.

  38. Annette says:

    Is there a difference between the application deadline and the essay deadline, or is your essay also your application? I found this scholarship on another site, and it stated the deadline was Dec 15 for the 2013/14 scholarship. Please clear this up? Thank you!

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Your application should contain your essay. The deadline for everything is December 31st; it was previously the 15th, but was pushed back. Thanks for your question!

  39. McKenna Hill says:

    Hello!
    The sources seem to be vastly theoretical, so I am confused as to how we are supposed to be supplying specific “policy changes”. Are the sources merely an intellectual stimulation from which we must creatively develop our own personal opinion? Also, may I use other sources?
    Thank you!

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Thanks for your question! Yes, you should engage the sources in a discussion of your own opinions on government policy. You are also certainly welcome to cite any outside sources you like.

  40. A says:

    “Sunday, December 31 2013 at 11:00pm.”

    The main post is meant to say Tuesday, correct?

  41. N says:

    Hi,

    I am a highschool sophomore, and I will not be entering college until the fall of 2016. Would I be eligible to enter this contest this year and use the scholarship in 2016?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      The scholarship is good for one year, so you may want to wait until your senior year to apply. Thanks for your question!

      • Ysobel says:

        I am a sophomore, and beginning Running Start (program whereby starting in the junior year, WA students can attend a community college for high school credit) in September 2014. I am homeschooled, so I can only take two college courses under the program. If I win, can I use the scholarship to pay for more college courses?

        • Rachel Stevens says:

          If you have not yet completed high school, but are taking college classes for dual credit with the goal of eventually obtaining a degree, that is an acceptable use of the scholarship money. It sounds like that is the case with you, so you would be eligible. We look forward to receiving your entry!

          • Ysobel says:

            Thanks! I submitted yesterday afternoon. When I didn’t get a confirmation email, I sent it again around 7pm. We’re in the west coast, though, so I’m not so sure about the time difference. I hope you got my essay. Thanks again.

          • Rachel Stevens says:

            Our offices closed for a while for New Years, which delayed confirmation emails for some. I assume you have received a confirmation email by now. If you haven’t, you essay was not received. Please send it again immediately, and we will still consider it.

  42. Jordan Peasant says:

    Hello,
    Do we need to cite the articles that are given in the prompt in a works cited page or can we just reference them in the paper?

  43. Taylor says:

    Is there an expiration date on the scholarship if I win? Because I am a junior in high school and I want to apply, but I know some scholarships are only valid for one year. So should I wait until next year when I’m a senior?

  44. Morgan says:

    Do we mail our submission in or do we submit it online?

  45. Alexis Lyons says:

    How should the essay be included in the email? Should the email itself be the essay, or may I attach it as a document? Thanks.

  46. Jessica Thompson says:

    Hello! Is there any prior registration process we have to do before we submit our essays?

    Thanks,
    Thompson

  47. Jessica Thompson says:

    Oh, furthermore, I’m in a high school/college combo program called U3 Engagement. Am I still eligible for this scholarship?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      You are eligible as long as you are taking dual credit. If you were enrolled in a college alone, you would not be eligible.

  48. Gidget says:

    Are home schooled students eligible? A home school student is still considered “enrolled” in high school until they graduate.

  49. Rifqi says:

    Can I write in other format such as word document, not in MLA format? Because I don’t know how to submit with MLA format. Thank you

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      You are absolutely allowed to submit your essay as a Word document. MLA format refers to the style for formatting your citations. There are many excellent guides available online if you look up “MLA citation format.”

  50. Natasha Jean Pierre says:

    what does the essay have to be about

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      The subject of the essay should be: “According to the four required readings. What policy changes should the government pursue in order to best foster economic prosperity?”

  51. Leslie says:

    Yea it’s good

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  53. Brandon says:

    I submitted my entry a couple of months ago. When I submitted my entry, I was told to submit it to a different email than the one above (it was lauren.sabino@ncpa.org). Anyway, if I don’t submit it to the new email, will my essay be lost/not counted?

    Also, when the winners are selected, will they be directly notified?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Yes, there has been a staffing change in the organization. Although I believe all of the entries have survived the transition, it might not be a bad idea to resend it, just in case.

      Winners will be directly notified once selected.

      Thanks for your questions!

  54. Jash Mangat says:

    Can this money be used for going to debate camp?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      No, the money is to be used for college. However, it doesn’t have to be tuition (it can be books, housing, etc). I hope that helps!

  55. Alex Butler says:

    Hello, I am a high school sophomore and I was planning on dual enrolling in community college next year. Would I be able to use this scholarship for that, or am I only allowed to use it on a 4 year college?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      As long as you are using the money to enroll in a college, that should be acceptable. We look forward to receiving your entry!

  56. Ulfa Pratiwi says:

    When is the winner announced?

  57. Nicolo says:

    Roughly how many people entered the contest last year?

  58. Melissa says:

    Do we have to engage all four articles, or is it sufficient to engage two or three of them?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Do whatever you believe crafts the strongest essay, but I would advise you to at least consider the perspective of all 4 articles, even if you do not directly reference them. Thanks for your question!

  59. DoñaMaría says:

    Since nobody has mentioned it, I thought I should make sure: does the essay have to be in 3rd person, or is it acceptable to use 1st?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Write the essay however you believe reflects the strongest representation of your writing abilities. There is no “rule” against 1st person for the contest. Thanks for your question.

  60. DoñaMaría says:

    Oh, and when will the winners be notified? Thanks again.

  61. Melanie says:

    Can you please provide an address that I can mail my essay to. Our computer will not e-mail it to your e-mail address at all.

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      That is strange. You may mail your essay to us:

      Rachel Stevens
      12770 Coit Rd., Suite 800
      Dallas, TX 75251-1339

      If you include a note referencing this comment in the envelope, I will accept the entry even if it arrives past the due date, provided the postdate is on or before 12/31. Thanks!

  62. Nelly says:

    I am a junior in H.S. therefore I will enter a university until fall of 2015, but can I still apply? When does the scholarship expire? Can I save the money until I enter college?
    Thank You,
    Nelly

  63. Daniel Yoo says:

    Hello Ms. Stevens! I just wanted to ask, are we allowed to supplement our arguments with a touch of personal tone (in the form of anecdotes regarding personal experiences with the economy, etc.) or would the judges be in favor of a strictly formal approach to it with no personal pronouns?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Hi Daniel. You can include personal anecdotes if you believe they serve to improve your essay. There is no specific preferences regarding this; judging is based on overall writing quality and argumentative strength. I hope that helps! Thanks for your question.

  64. Justin Pett says:

    Hi Rachel, I emailed my essay yesterday and did not receive a confirmation, so I emailed it again earlier this morning and I still have yet to get a confirmation. Can you take a look to make sure mine was received? I would hate to miss the deadline because of some miscommunication.

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Our offices closed for a while for New Years, which delayed confirmation emails for some. I assume you have received a confirmation email by now. If you haven’t, you essay was not received. Please send it again immediately, and we will still consider it.

  65. Madison Barker says:

    How soon should we expect the confirmation email?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Our offices closed for a while for New Years, which delayed confirmation emails for some. I assume you have received a confirmation email by now. If you haven’t, you essay was not received. Please send it again immediately, and we will still consider it.

  66. Hannah Hartig says:

    Hi Ms.Rachel! I e-mailed my application in earlier today, but never received a confirmation e-mail. Just wondering what I should do in that regard?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Our offices closed for a while for New Years, which delayed confirmation emails for some. I assume you have received a confirmation email by now. If you haven’t, you essay was not received. Please send it again immediately, and we will still consider it.

  67. Daniel K. says:

    Hello Rachel, I have submitted my essay to your email but did not receive the confirmation email.

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Our offices closed for a while for New Years, which delayed confirmation emails for some. I assume you have received a confirmation email by now. If you haven’t, you essay was not received. Please send it again immediately, and we will still consider it.

  68. Megan says:

    I submitted my essay but have not received an email verifying that the essay was received. What should I do?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Our offices closed for a while for New Years, which delayed confirmation emails for some. I assume you have received a confirmation email by now. If you haven’t, you essay was not received. Please send it again immediately, and we will still consider it.

  69. Joshua Massey says:

    I sent in my essay but I haven’t received a confirmation email as of yet. How long does it take to receive that notification?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Our offices closed for a while for New Years, which delayed confirmation emails for some. I assume you have received a confirmation email by now. If you haven’t, you essay was not received. Please send it again immediately, and we will still consider it.

  70. Jessica McKinney says:

    I submitted my essay yesterday, Dec. 31,2013 at 9 pm, and I never received a verifying email that it sent. Thank you.

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Our offices closed for a while for New Years, which delayed confirmation emails for some. I assume you have received a confirmation email by now. If you haven’t, you essay was not received. Please send it again immediately, and we will still consider it.

  71. John Golden says:

    I submitted yesterday, but I didn’t get a confirmation. When should I expect it?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Our offices closed for a while for New Years, which delayed confirmation emails for some. I assume you have received a confirmation email by now. If you haven’t, you essay was not received. Please send it again immediately, and we will still consider it.

  72. Kirstee says:

    Hi, I sent my essay in and I never got an email saying it was received. Is that normal?

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Our offices closed for a while for New Years, which delayed confirmation emails for some. I assume you have received a confirmation email by now. If you haven’t, you essay was not received. Please send it again immediately, and we will still consider it.

  73. McKenna Hill says:

    Hello! I submitted my essay yesterday December 31 and have not received a return email verifying that my submission was received, I’m just checking to make sure that my submission was recieved. Thank you!

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Our offices closed for a while for New Years, which delayed confirmation emails for some. I assume you have received a confirmation email by now. If you haven’t, you essay was not received. Please send it again immediately, and we will still consider it.

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  75. Julie says:

    I know it’s still way too early, but when will students be notified of the results? Thanks!

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  79. Mariah says:

    I’m currently using Scholorship.com , I was wondering if this scholarship is still available to participate in?

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      This year’s contest has already concluded. However, you are encouraged to enter the 2014-2015 contest, which will be available later this summer. Thanks for your interest!

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