Sponsor A Winner
Sponsor Our Best High School Essay Winner's Scholarship and Mentor Trip [From NY]
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $2,500 USD
- Opening Bid
- $500 USD
Our "We The Future" Contest Winners are an outstanding group of young people who will soon be embarking on an all expense paid trip to Washington, DC! On this trip, they will have the unique opportunity to see the the U.S. Constitution come to life through VIP tours of the U.S. Capitol, National Archives, participating in Constitution Day activities, and much more!
As Best High School Essay Winner, in addition to the mentor trip, Jacob wins a $1,000 scholarship! He will be writing his trip sponsors to let them know what he is learning throughout the trip - reporting to you in real time!
Jacob L. Mott is an 18 year old from Chester, New York, who attends Chester Academy as a senior. He?s interned for NY State Senator James Skoufis, Defense Attorney Benjamin Ostrer, and the Orange County (NY) Sheriff?s Office. He also founded a youth environmental organization called The GreenTeenMovement, was chosen to go to Boys State (NY), was briefly a journalist for his town?s local paper, and was recently a member on his town?s Police Reform Bill Committee. His involvement within school include Youth in Government, Mock Trial, and Key Club. He?s currently the head organizer of the 2021 ?World Children?s Day Fundraiser Festival?, set to be held in Orange County, New York.
Jacob wishes to pursue a life in humanitarian work and public service, seeking to participate in AmeriCorps, join the Peace Corps after college, work with and/or the United Nations, and run for public office within the United States. Jacob also enjoys reading, podcasts, documentaries, travel, volunteering for places such as his local food bank, participating in community service projects, hosting and attending get-togethers with friends, spending time with family, hiking, campfires, spiritual activity, fireworks, and sharing a smile.
Click Here to Watch Jacob's Winning Essay!
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