Chaparral Motorsports is aiming to help students reduce the expensive costs associated with college by announcing its inaugural $1,000 College Scholarship competition. With student debt hitting record levels, the Chaparral Motorsports College Scholarship Competition provides Chaparral a chance to give back and help ease the costs of attaining a higher education.
The College/Trade School Scholarship competition is open to current and prospective college students as well those attending or entering trade schools. Those interested in the scholarship competition can enter by simply writing a 400-500 word essay based on a prompt composed by Chaparral Motorsports. The essay prompt for the inaugural competition is:
Those who don’t ride motorcycles often think of it as a dangerous/hazardous activity. What positive examples from your experiences riding motorcycles would you use to convince someone otherwise?
In order to be eligible for the Scholarship Competition entrants must be a resident of the United States, be a graduating senior or a freshmen or sophomore in college, and must be graduating high school or in college between the ages of 16 and 21. For those interested in competing for the scholarship entrants must have their essay turned in by May 31, 2016. Chaparral Motorsports will choose and notify the winner by June 30, 2016, and will mail out a $1,000 check. Interested participants can learn more and submit their entry by visiting its motorcycle parts website.
For more information on Chaparral Motorsports, visit www.chaparral-racing.com.