To kick off the new year, The New York Post is launching its first-ever Scholars competition in conjunction with Command Education, the nation’s leading education and college council.
New York-area high school students are invited to showcase their writing skills and journalistic instincts for this contest. Those who participate will have the chance to have their article published in the New York Post and on nypost.com.
All authors of published submissions will be invited to The New York Post for a special Scholars Masterclass. The top three winners will also receive an immersive New York Post discovery day tailored to their interests, a college preparatory training session with our partner, Command Education, and a grant for their school!
“We want to inspire a new generation of journalists,” said Keith Poole, editor of the New York Post, in his announcement of the contest.
The New York Post will also award grants to the top three schools that submit the most applications!
“Command Education is proud to support The New York Post as we strive to spark curiosity and foster ingenuity in young scholars. Together, we highlight the creativity of students to help them stand out and make their voices heard.
Christopher Rim, Founder and CEO of Command Education
Are you ready to participate or do you know a high school student up for the challenge? Learn more about the Scholars competition and all the tips and tricks for successful registration today!
New York Post