The C&E Group has teamed up with NFL Super Bowl XLVII Champion Sean Considine to recognize and reward high school football athletes who are working hard in the classroom, and on the gridiron. The University of Iowa gave Sean his shot. Now, we want to give you your shot at getting your education at the next level.
We challenge you to tell your story as to why you deserve to be the C&E Considine Scholarship Program winner and why you deserve a scholarship to the college or university of your choice. Step up and be a contender today!
Fans & Family Members, you can be a part of this as well! If you know of an athlete who’s doing great work, nominate them today and tell us why you think they deserve to be the C&E Considine Contender.
All entrants must submit a written essay of 500 words, or a 3 minute video telling your story as to why you deserve to be chosen as the C&E Considine Contender, and deserve a scholarship to the college or university of your choice.
Public voting for your favorite contender will begin on Sunday, November 24, 2014 at MyStateline.com through 11:59pm on Sunday, December 7th, 2014.
All entrants to the C&E Classic Contender Scholarship Program must be a junior or senior who is currently enrolled, and in good academic standing with a 3.0 GPA.
All entrants must be planning to attend a college or university within 1 year of graduation. Junior Colleges do not qualify.
All submissions must be received by no later than 11:59pm on Saturday, November 23rd, 2014.
All entrants must be enrolled as a full time student at an area high school in Boone, Carroll, Dekalb, Green, Jo Daviess, La Salle, Lee, McHenry, Ogle, Rock, Stephenson, Walworth, Whiteside or Winnebago counties
Winner of the C&E Considine Contender Scholarship Program will be determined and selected on or before December 13, 2014. Dates subject to change without notice based on availability of facility for awards dinner.
Yes. The selected winner will receive a $10,000 scholarship from C&E Considine good for the college or university of their choice.