ODYSSEYWARE Supports Lifelong Learning with Scholarship Essay Contest

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ODYSSEYWARE recently announced a new scholarship essay contests for students enrolled in schools that use their online learning management system.

In today’s economic landscape, higher education is often out of reach for many students. To make the dream of post-secondary education more attainable for students, ODYSSEYWARE recently announced its first-ever scholarship essay contest.

Students who have been currently enrolled in ODYSSEYWARE courses through their school or have been enrolled in the previous 18 months can enter an essay on one of three relevant topics into the contest for a chance to win one of three academic scholarships:

  • First Place: $5,000
  • Second Place: $3,000
  • Third Place: $1,000

In addition, each award winner’s sponsoring ODYSSEYWARE teacher will receive an Amazon Kindle Fire (or prize of comparable value).

According to Tim Carlson, Vice President of Marketing for ODYSSEYWARE, “Our company was founded on the idea that every child should have the opportunity to learn in an environment that meets his academic needs. This scholarship contest is a way we can offer more than just curriculum. We can offer hope.”

Official rules and registration information are available at http://www.odysseyware.com/events/scholarships.

ODYSSEYWARE is a leading provider of online curriculum and eLearning solutions for students in grades 3-12. Its comprehensive learning management system is ideal as a primary learning program or as part of a blended learning environment, supporting digital learning in both traditional and alternative education organizations.

Headquartered in Chandler, Arizona, ODYSSEYWARE is an innovative, multimedia-enriched online curriculum for grades 3-12. Completely web-based, it provides 21st century educational solutions by offering the core subjects of history and geography, math, language arts, and science, enriching electives, and placement testing. More than 300,000 students across the United States have connected with self-directed learning through ODYSSEYWARE. This curriculum is sold directly through regional education specialists. To learn more, visit ODYSSEYWARE at http://www.odysseyware.com or call 877.795.8904.

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