This contest is only open to those residing in Michigan and for students in grades 4th-12th.
The Kroger "I Can Make History" Contest will award more than $71,000 in prizes in the categories of art, essay, music and poetry. Celebrating Black History month, Kroger, the largest grocery chain in the country, is using the contest to recognize the contributions of African Americans in the past and in the future.
Students can choose either to submit artwork, write an essay, compose a song, or create a poem. The contest is open to elementary, middle school, and high school students, grades 4th through 12th. Unfortunately, this is not a national scholarship; It's only available to students in the state of Michigan. Winners of each category will be invited to a special awards luncheon to celebrate their accomplishment.
Student who are an employee of The Kroger Co. of Michigan, a member of a Kroger associate’s immediate family, or living in the same household as a Kroger associate (whether related or not), are qualified to apply, but they must submit a Kroger Associate and Family Contest application.
The deadline for this scholarship is usually in FEBRUARY of each year, and the award amount is up to $2,000. For more details, visit the scholarship's web site