WBAA is happy to host the This I Believe essay contest again this year. This contest offers the opportunity to high school seniors to share what they believe.
This I Believe is an essay program for West Central Indiana high school seniors. An expression of where their minds are as they are about to enter the adult world.
This I Believe was started by journalist Edward R. Murrow in 1951 to allow anyone able to distill the guiding principles by which they lived.
Ten winners will be chosen and will be awarded $100 from the Lafayette Daybreak Rotary. Winning essays will be read at a morning rotary meeting, appear in local area newspapers, and will be recorded and aired on WBAA!
Essays should be between 250-300 words and submitted to Sue Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Wednesday, March 11th. Winners will be announced no later than Thursday, March 19th.
Please feel free to call with any questions.
Check out the winning essays from our past contests below:
2019 TIB Essayists:
2018 TIB Essayists:
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