This month, we celebrate South African Youth. 16 June marks national Youth Day, a day we commemorate those who made a difference to the future of South African youth and lead to the fact that each and every South African has a constitutional right to adequate and equal education.
Eduloan is celebrating the individuality of South African students and scholars, recognising the potential in every person. We consider every student’s needs when we put together their student loan package, taking your dreams and ambitions into consideration and working out a payment schedule that will suit you and your pocket!
That’s why we’re asking YOU to give a voice to students all over Southern Africa. We want you to participate in our Not Just a Student Number initiative and submit a thought-provoking article for our blog based on the theme for the month.
Do you want the chance to prove that you’re more than just your student number or a name on a class register? Tell us why you represent the youth of South Africa.
Submit your contribution to email@example.com before 30 June 2013 and we could select yours as the winning article to be featured on our blog for next month. We also have a R1 000 cash prize to give-away to the winning entry each month, so get your creativity going!
Your blog must fit to the theme of the month and must not be fiction (fic·tion [f
noun. Writing that is produced
by the imagination and is not necessarily based on fact) and it should touch on your viewpoint and life as a student or
This month’s theme is: I am the youth of tomorrow
Thought Starters (some ideas to get you going):
- This is how I want to make a difference in the future
- I have made a difference – tell us how you might already have made a difference in your life or someone else’s
- How do you contribute to yourcommunity
- How is your school/college/university helping you to make a difference
- Your article must be between 300-500 words long
- It must be non-fictional (non·fic·tion [nänˈfikSHən] noun. Writing based on facts, such as biography or history) and factual
- Your writing must not be degrading or libelous to any person
- Your article must have something to do with your life as a student
- Any piece containing profanity, hate speech or racism will be disqualified
- Your article could be reproduced in print or web publications on behalf of Eduloan.
- The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
- All articles must be your own work – no plagiarism