Experiencing a cancer diagnosis can cause a storm of emotions. Whether cancer has made you feel angry, sad, lonely, or even grateful, we want to hear about it. The Cancer Unwrapped Teen Writing Contest invites high school students to submit essays about their experience with cancer for the opportunity to win cash prizes. Since the contest began in 2006, we have received more than 2,900 submissions and handed out over $135,000 in prize money. What you write about is up to you. Over the years we have received essays about the cancer diagnosis of family members, teachers, and friends, as well as essays about cancer in the abstract. We have received stories of triumph and stories of great loss, stories written in times of turbulence and stories written in times of quiet reflection. Every story has been honest and heartfelt, and each one is unique. The contest was created to serve high school students living in Washington State. This year we created a contest to students throughout the U.S. The essay requirements are the same, but the deadline and prize amount are different. Click on the appropriate link below to submit your essay or contact Liz Lange with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org 206-709-1400.
Must be a high school student. Must fulfill essay requirements. See http://cancerpathways.org/cancer-unwrapped/about/ for details.
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