The Bratz Scholarship

$60,000 to Be Given Away to Students with Passion and Spirit


Popular teen BFFs, The Bratz, have launched a $60,000 scholarship contest as part of their newest DVD release: “Bratz: The Movie.” The good news is you don’t have to buy or even watch the new DVD to participate.

Who are the Bratz? The Bratz girls started life as animated characters: each wholesome and sassy in her own peculiar way. Each character personifies a particular characteristic that sets her apart, makes her a standout, an individual, an inspiration to pre-teens and teens often vulnerable to peer pressure. For example, Sasha is passionate about music and goes for the gusto; Yasmin is the introvert, with a totally individual fashion sense, and Chloe is big into soccer and photography. And the list of Bratz goes on.

What you really need to know:

Four winners in the Bratz Scholarship contest will each receive a $15,000 scholarship.

**Scholarships are in U.S. Savings Bonds, valued at $7,500 at issuance and $15,000 at maturity.

How to enter:

  • U.S. residents between the ages of 5 and 18 are eligible.
  • Download an Entry Form and fill it out. If you are under 18 a parent or guardian must sign the form.
  • Write a 150-word essay that answers this question: “What are you most passionate about in life and how would you ultimately like to use this scholarship to help you grow?”
  • Essays must be in English, original work, and may be hand printed or typed.

You only have a very short 150 words to convey your thoughts to the contest judges. Three things they are looking for in the winning essays:

  • Creativity
  • Passion
  • Originality

Contest Deadline:

All entry forms and essays must be postmarked no later than May 31, 2008. Visit the Bratz website for complete official rules, entry form and mailing address

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