Rural Voices Contest Still Going Strong after 10 Years

This article was published on: 09/17/2015

Rural Voices Youth Contest LogoThe NCRPC is once again offering the Rural Voices Youth Contest for high school seniors in North Central Kansas – marking ten years since the contest began.

The contest was created to give a voice to youth in North Central Kansas and to promote thoughtful reflection on rural Kansas. Students may submit a written essay of a short video based on the year’s contest theme of “Rural Kansas…My Legacy.”

The top entry in each category will receive a cash award of $850 and will be published the EyeonKansas.org site, an affiliate of the NCRPC. More than $15,000 has been awarded to high school seniors from around the region since 2006.

The contest deadline is November 16, 2015. Click here for additional contest information and registration details.


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