The Children’s Advocate Scholarship by Safe Lagoon

  • Deadline: 10/31/2023
  • Renewable: Unknown
  • Number of Awards: 2
  • Award Amount: $1,000
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  • Address: 28 Scollard Street Toronto, Ontario, M5R-1E9, Canada

A $1000 bi-annual scholarship for North American undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in a college/university or prospective students.

Full Description

Safe Lagoon is a parent control web filtering service created to help parents maintain healthy online habits for their children, while protecting them from dangerous Internet contents.

They offer a bi-annual $1000 scholarship to undergraduate students enrolled in an accredited North American college/university, or to future students planning to start their courses by the Fall Semester 2023.

The applicants are required to submit a 500 words essay in English, on the topic:

“What can we do to reduce online dangers for children?”

The Safe Lagoon team will choose five finalists out of all candidates and give them the opportunity to share their work on social media pages.

It will be the finalists’ responsibility to promote their work and gather as many social media “buzzes” as possible in order to become the winner of the contest. The finalist with the bigger number of “likes” on Facebook will win.

The deadline for the application is October 31, 2023.

Who's eligible?

Applicants should be enrolled in a North American undergraduate or graduate college or university, or planning to enroll in one starting from Fall Semester 2023.

How to Apply

The applicants must submit by email ( their essays no later than October 31, 2023, and include the following additional information:

  • Name, address and phone number of the applicant
  • Link of their Facebook profile
  • Information regarding the school, college or university the applicant is attending or is planning to attend

The essays of five finalists will be posted by the Safe Lagoon on their blog and social media pages.

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