Ready, Set, Write an Essay! CSF Michelson and CJSF DiGiovanna Awards Open for Student Submissions on 11/1

CSF and CJSF student members can begin preparing their essays now. The prompts have been published and the submission period opens on November 1st.

This is a great opportunity to be recognized for your writing skills and community service activities. Click the buttons below for all the details.

Roselyn Romero | 2017-18 Michelson Award Recipient

Roselyn ROmero 2017-18 CSF Michelson Award RecipientCongratulations, Roselyn! Thank you for sharing a little about yourself.

I currently attend Channel Islands High School in Oxnard, CA. I am a valedictorian candidate and have previously served as the Vice President and Class Representative of my chapter’s CSF. I have yet to commit to a university, but my first-choice is the University of Southern California, where I plan on majoring in broadcast journalism and minoring in political science. As for vocational goals, I aim to work for CNN as a political reporter and news analyst.

In my application essay, I wrote about how I started a blog to share my experiences with depression and anxiety disorder, which I was diagnosed with when I was just 14 years old. My blog helps over 100 monthly readers cope with their own mental health challenges and has been my way of serving those in need on a global scale. In addition, as an active CSF member, I have discovered many more outlets to help the people in my community through school cleanups, donating socks to local homeless shelters, singing Christmas carols to the elderly at a convalescent home, and writing letters to the troops serving our nation.

CSF Michelson Award 2016-17

Glenn Michelson Memorial Award Essay : $1,000 (only one recipient)

Meilynn Shi of Westview High School in San Diego; Adviser Diana Loo.
Meilynn’s essay described her project which donated more than 9,000 food items to support over 500 low income families in her community. Meilynn has just committed to Northwestern University in Chicago in its BS/MD Honors program in Medical Education. Our best to Meilynn, as she moves on to continue making a difference in the world.