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Are you within the ages 18 years and above? Then apply to be one of the judges in the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay competition.

Application Deadline: May 17 2021

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Benefits

Your voluntary assistance with this programme will be instrumental to our efforts to empower young writers to imagine a better future and encourage them to take their first steps towards it.

Eligibility

  • be over 18 years of age;
  • have an interest in the Commonwealth and/or international affairs;  
  • have an active interest in writing and/or literature;
  • be available for a minimum total of 40 hours between July and August 2021 in order to read and judge approximately 100 – 150 entries; and
  • have reliable access to a computer and internet during this period as the judging process is electronic.

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Application Instructions

To apply, fill in the Application form, and send to this email address competitions

About the Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition

Each year, The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition receives thousands of entries from young people across the Commonwealth, which are read and judged by a team of generous volunteers.

One of the greatest strengths of this unique competition is that each young person’s writing is individually read and appreciated by an adult somewhere in the Commonwealth, who might otherwise never hear their story.

Key Dates and Order of Program

Deadline for application is May 17 2021.

Judges will share the RCS’s commitment to amplifying youth dialogue across the Commonwealth. They may also have a particular interest in the theme (Community in the Commonwealth), literacy, youth work, or international affairs.  

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Emmanuella Igomu is a content writer at Camberene. She is a communication enthusiast currently studying Mass communication, where she majors in Public Relations and Advertising. Emmanuella sometimes doubles as a brand promoter/online marketer and hopes to intern in a public relations/advertising agency or online marketing department in the near future.