Annual Innovation Scholarship Contest
Herrman & Herrman encourages creativity and innovation. In our 2021 scholarship program, we want to recognize nine innovative students and three teachers who foster creativity in students.
To enter the scholarship contest, students should submit a creative entry in any format such as a video, poem, infographic, essay, piece of art, or song addressing the following topic:
The contest is open to high school juniors and seniors, and students currently enrolled in a two-year or four-year undergraduate program at a college, university or technical school in Texas. We believe that getting an education is the best hope for young people to attain a rewarding career in the 21st century. We also know that inspiring teachers can change lives. We are proud to offer scholarship prizes to help further students’ education and recognize deserving teachers.
HOW TO ENTER
Submit a creative entry addressing the topic above and write an essay of 300 words nominating a favorite teacher who has inspired your creativity for a teacher prize. Attach all of the following items through the form submission below. For all other inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Creative entry in one of the following formats (pdf, doc, jpg, png, mv4, avi wav, mp3)
- Teacher nomination of roughly 300 words (doc, docx, pdf)
- Digital photo of yourself to use as a headshot (jpg or png)
- Your full name, school and phone number
2021 SCHOLARSHIP TIMELINE
A scholarship selection committee will choose nine (9) scholarship winners including three (3) students in the Corpus Christi area, three (3) in the San Antonio area, and three (3) students from the Rio Grande Valley. The winners will be chosen based on the originality and creativity of their submission. The more creative, the better! The winners will receive payment for the respective amount with a check applied directly to their school.
PRIZES FOR SAN ANTONIO STUDENTS
PRIZES FOR CORPUS CHRISTI STUDENTS
PRIZES FOR RIO GRANDE VALLEY STUDENTS
- $250 - to the teacher of the first place winner of each local scholarship
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2020 INNOVATION SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS !
- 1st Place - Samantha Kopec
- 2nd Place - Lyric Sloan Franklin
- 3rd Place - Grace Schuler
- 1st Place - Cristopher Jimenez
- 2nd Place - Addison Stone
- 3rd Place - Ryan Stephens
Faley Goyette, from The Austin School, nominated by Christopher Jimenez
Kevin Ford, from Pinellas County Schools, nominated by Samantha Kopec.