2022 Stuck At Prom Scholarship Contest – Stuck at Prom Scholarship Contest is for creative high school students. It is mostly for residents of the US and Canada. It’s also the coolest scholarship competition on the block. To learn more about this intriguing scholarship, continue reading.
About Stuck at Prom Scholarship Contest
The Stuck at Prom Scholarship Contest is a yearly scholarship competition for high school students who use duct tape to make creative prom accessories and costumes.
Students are encouraged to design their own prom clothes out of Duck Tape and then wear them to the prom for a chance to earn scholarship money.
The Stuck at Prom is awarding $20,000 in cash scholarships to high school seniors who create and wear the greatest prom dress with Duck® Brand Duct Tape.
What’s new this year? We want to make sure that everyone, regardless of their prom plans, has time to take part and win.
So, you don’t have to wear your one-of-a-kind masterpiece to prom anymore; all you have to do is enrolled in high school or a home school association (at the high-school level) during the 2021-2022 academic year
Who is Eligible to Take Part in Stuck at Proms Scholarship?
1. Residents of the United States and Canada are eligible to take part in the competition.
2. You must be at least 14 years old to take part in this contest.
3. During the calendar school year, you must attend a prom hosted by your high school, home school organization, or another school.
4. Must be a legal resident of the United States or the District of Columbia (excluding Maryland, Vermont, and Colorado citizens) or a legal resident of Canada (excluding the Province of Quebec)
5. You must not have won in any previous Stuck at Prom competitions.
The following persons are ineligible to enter: Employees, directors, and officers (and their immediate families, including spouses, parents, children, siblings, and their respective spouses).
And their respective household members (whether related), sponsors, and their respective affiliates, subsidiaries, divisions, advertising and promotion agencies.
And all others associated with the design, execution, production, development, and promotion of this contest.
What Criteria Will the Scholarship Committee Consider?
How it works is: Duck Brand will appoint a panel of judges, who will choose the finalists based on the following criteria:
▸Workmanship (20 percent)
▸Originality (20 percent)
▸Use of colors (20 percent)
▸Accessories (20 percent)
▸Use of Duck® Brand Duck Tape (20 percent)
Monetary Awards for the Scholarships
1. The winning Finalist in the Dress Category will receive $10,000 as the First Place Prize.
2. One (1) First Place Prize for the Tux Category: $10,000 will be granted to the Tux Category’s winning Finalist.
3. The remaining Finalists in each of the Dress and Tux Categories will receive a $500 cash scholarship and Duck Brand Prize Packs (ARV $100 each).
To Apply for the Stuck at Prom Scholarship, Follow these Steps:
Entering isn’t only enjoyable; it’s also simple. Here’s how it’s done: Go to the entry form and fill it out.
Then, during the contest submission time, submit at least one high-resolution photo of yourself dressed in your Duck Tape® prom attire, together with all needed entry information.
If you’re under the age of 18, make sure you ask your parents’ permission beforehand. After you submit, you will receive a confirmation email in your inbox.
1. You must be a senior in high school.
2. The following institutions are eligible for the award: two-year colleges.
3. The following institutions are eligible for the award: trade/technical school
4. Citizens of the United States are eligible for the award.
5. Citizens of Canada are eligible for the award.
▸A completed application form is required.
▸A photo is required.
When is the Deadline for Applications?
The application process began on March 31, 2022, and all submissions must be received by July 21, 2022.
This provides you with more than enough time to put up a fantastic look.
At the very least, the Stuck at Prom Gallery showcases the amazing clothes that students have put together.