The Jittery Monks is calling out for essays submissions on the value students outsourcing some of their work have on their overall studies. The institution is looking for essays that best describes how student work outsourcing has ‘saved your life.’
In your essay, tell Jittery Monks about “the times you had to have someone else do a paper for you so you could focus on more important tasks instead. If you agree with us that delegating part of the work is completely legitimate, please support that statement with your own experience.”
The submission remains open up to March 1st, 2019. The institution will then embark on evaluating the essays submitted and will contact the winner by March 10, 2019. If you want to take part in this competition, you must ensure your essay is original and passes Turnitin and other plagiarisms scans.
The winner will receive a $1,500 check, which will be deposited into their school’s account to go towards meeting their tuition fee.
You can email your essay to [email protected] with ‘Jittery Monks Scholarship’ as the subject line. The essay can be submitted in either PDF or .doc format accompanied by your contact details; name, phone number, and address.
You must be a college student at the time of submitting your essay; the competition is open to all college students from around the world. By sending your essays, you automatically agree to the Jittery Monk publishing it on their website; though they will never share/sell/rent your personal details.