8th Annual MLK Event & Scholarship Program
Submissions must tell the story about how you feel you can make
"If I Were President of the United States"
utilizing the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The 2016 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Program
is open to middle and high school students who reside in the
Antioch Unified School District (AUSD) boundaries. The theme is
"If I Were President of the United States" and judges will be
looking for work that best represents Dr. King's vision and
incorporates the 2016 theme. Application deadline is January 7,
2016. Submissions may be written or visual.
Written submissions may be a poem or essay, short
story, etc. Visual entries may be a story told through video,
photographs, music, drawings, paintings, collages, etc., and
must incorporate 2016 theme. Scholarship awards will be
presented at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Event on January 18,
2016, from 1 - 3 PM at Deer Valley High School's theater.
Awards levels are: High School: 1st Place $400, 2nd Place $200,
3rd Place $150 and Middle School: 1st Place $200, 2nd Place
$150, 3rd Place $100.
Submission Requirements: The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Scholarship Program is to open middle and high school students
who reside in the Antioch Unified School District boundaries.
Application submission deadline is Thursday, January 7, 2016 at
4 PM. Applications and submissions must be received by that
date. No late submissions accepted. It is important that you
include your contact information.
Written submissions may be submitted at Antioch City
Hall or sent by email to
Diane@Art4Antioch.org. Visual electronic media
needs to be submitted on a CD or DVD and 3-D art (posters,
drawings, paintings, collages, etc) must have Student Name /
School / Grade / Contact Information on the back of the visual
entry and submitted at Antioch City Hall, 200 H Street, 3rd
Floor, Attention: Y'Keyah Johnson. Write on the envelope /
package “MLK Scholarship” and your name/school/phone #/email
address. Please check the city website for holidays and open to
the public hours.
All submissions must have Student Name / School / Grade
/ Contact on the top of the electronic document or included in
the Email message. Submissions become the property of the MLK
Scholarship Committee and will not be returned. For questions
regarding the scholarship contact
Diane@Art4antioch.org or Diane Gibson-Gray at (925)