The Huguenot Society of the Founders of Manakin in
Colony of Virginia
2020 NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST
$2,500 Scholarship Award--College Undergraduate
$2,500 Scholarship Award—Graduate Student
The Huguenot Society of the Founders of Manakin in the Colony of Virginia
annual scholarship awards,
to be presented at the National Assembly, June 2021.
WHO MAY ENTER:
Undergraduate Students OR College Graduate Students
All applicants must submit proof that they are either currently enrolled or have been
accepted to a college or university. High school seniors must send a
copy of a letter of acceptance from their college or university. Students currently enrolled in a college or university must send a copy of their latest transcript or a letter of recommendation.
WHAT TO ENTER:
Each entrant must write an essay on the history and/or impact of the Huguenots in
Europe, Colonial America, the Colony of Virginia or the settlement at Manakintowne,
HOW TO ENTER:
The Undergraduate and Graduate category must be a minimum of ten (10) pages. All essays must have footnotes or endnotes and include a bibliography.
April 1, 2021
Submit via email to OR submit two copies with disk to the address below.
2nd Vice President and Scholarship Chairman
Huguenot Manakin Society
4521 Summit Ave.
Red Bank, TN 37415-2113
NOTE: Please leave a message for a return call if no answer.
The $2500 awards will be paid directly to the individual winners for use in further education.
The Society reserves the right to first publication of the winning essays, in
the publication, The Huguenot. The author will retain all other literary rights in the