Attention Iberia Parish Students!
Here is your opportunity to win your scholarship for your future.
New Iberia and Optimist International Scholarship Contests 2020-2021
Compose a 700 to 800- word essay around this central idea:
“Reaching your Dreams by Choosing Optimism”
Entry due to the New Iberia Optimist Club: Monday, February 22, 2021
Please mail completed essay and applicaiton to:
617 Oak Manor Drive
New Iberia, La 70563
Prepare and present a speech, four to five minutes, around this central idea: “Healing the World with Optimism”
Open to participants under the age of 18 as of October 1, 2020
New Iberia Optimist Club contest Judging (Tentative): Friday, February 26, 2021
Regional and World Championship Contest: July 21-23, 2021, St. Louis, MO
Two New Iberia Optimist Club scholarship up to $200.00 plus local recognitions!
In addition to developing skills for written and oral expression, participants also have the opportunity to win a major college scholarship.
For more information: Contact Marty Lejeune (337) 380-7336, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: Official Rules and Application forms can be found here.
Louisiana NEXT is making the digital edition of their annual magazine available to schools and students. School systems and schools can share this link with middle or high school students.
LaNEXT is an annual magazine that provides a unique, comprehensive source of information and guidance to high school students. It offers insight, tools, and encouragement to students as they develop their educational and career goals. This includes information on choosing a career, jobs, salaries, and education and training options for a variety of career tracks, as well as financial aid and scholarships and details on the college application process.
Any Junior, Class of 2022, interested in applying for the Fire Starter Project please see Mrs. St. Julien in Guidance. The Fire Starter Project is an extension of the Greater Iberia Chamber of Commerce's adult Leadership Iberia program. The purpose of the program is to provide learning experiences in leadership, communication skills, team-building, and networking. While the school setting prepares students for the skill and knowledge demands of the postsecondary world. The Fire Starter Project supplements these to further develop the leadership skills of its participants to maximize their impact on our world.
JUNIOR RING INFORMATION
Declouet Hall – Room 212
College Admissions – Student Aid – FAFSA