Dallastown, PA (PRWEB) September 27, 2013
In three days, educational startup company StageofLife.com will close its window for accepting story submissions on its current national teen blogging contest about goal setting. The deadline for junior high, high school, and college students to submit an essay to StageofLife.com is September 30th, 2013. The winning essay writer will receive a Lenovo Series A Tablet, courtesy of StageofLife.com educational sponsor, Lenovo.
“After almost three years of running award-winning writing competitions for high school students and college-aged Millennials, StageofLife.com is excited to offer up a prize package for the winning teen writer with the support of Lenovo,” said Eric Thiegs, CEO and Founder of the start-up company.
The writing contest winner across the non-student categories on the website will receive a $50 spa and wellness gift card from SpaWeek.com, another StageofLife.com educational sponsor.
“While the prizes this month are both extremely generous from our sponsors, we're even more excited about the idea that teachers, teens and bloggers across the world are thinking about the importance of goal setting through the participation in our writing prompt this month,” continued Thiegs.
Stage of Life is a free writing resource welcoming over 400,000 students, parents and teachers each school year as it provides a collaborative writing community and platform for people of all ages to share the stories of their lives, in the hopes of making the world a better place through blogging and storytelling.
All rules, guidelines, and information about the national writing contests can be found at StageofLife.com. Stories can be submitted by smartphone if users visit the website from their mobile device using Stage of Life's mobile storytelling website.
StageofLife.com is a privately held educational-based startup company founded in 2009. The site is home to nearly half a million teen and teacher visitors each school year, 5+ million uploaded words, and thousands of submitted essays. From its mobile storytelling website to the adoption of its writing content and exercises in the classroom, it is becoming the world's largest collection of multi-generational stories for people of all ages, from teens to Baby Boomers.