The National Scholar Foundation (NSF) – an organization founded by North Carolina high school student and peer tutor, Michael Nock – has set up the NSF Peer Tutoring Scholarship Competition to reward outstanding middle and high school peer tutors around the nation with college scholarships. The grand prize for this year’s competition is $1,000 along with the title of “National Peer Tutor of the Year”. There are additional prizes for the finalist and semifinalists as well as an honorable mention for the quarterfinalist. The deadline to enter this contest is May 1st, 2015, while the award ceremony will take place in July, 2015.
Students can apply for scholarships on the National Scholar Foundation website.
Want to learn more about Michael Nock and his enthusiasm for peer tutoring? We featured Michael and his organization a while ago in this article.