The NSM Scholarship is designed to foster student interest in nationalism and community issues. Caucasian students in high school grades 10 - 12 and college freshman are eligible for a $1,000 scholarship to be awarded by the NSM. Students must submit a 500 - 1000 word essay on why they are proud of their family, heritage, or political/activist group. The deadline is 28 April, 2008.
Detroit, MI. 02 February, 2008. The NSM today announced the details of its first ever scholarship contest: the $1,000 NSM Scholarship. "This is something we have wanted to do for a long time," said Commander Jeff Schoep. "By offering the scholarship, we can help a deserving student and encourage study of important issues like nationalism, heritage, family and community action."
Open to Caucasian high school students grades 10 - 12 and college freshman, the contest requires submission of a 500 - 1000 word essay on the topic "I am proud of..." Pride in family, heritage, race, political/activist group involvement and country are the central themes of the scholarship essay contest. Complete rules and entry details are available on www.nsm88.org.
About the NSM
The NSM is the largest and most active National Socialist movement in America. The NSM's core beliefs include: defending the rights of white people everywhere, preservation of our European culture and heritage, strengthening family values, economic self-sufficiency, reform of illegal immigration policies, immediate withdrawal of our national military from an illegal Middle Eastern occupation and promotion of white separation.
Press Contact: Public Relations Liaison
Organization Name: National Socialist Movement
P.O. Box 13768
Detroit, MI 48213