The Tim Echols Political Involvement Award

 

“One person can make a world of difference.”

 

Two of our key initiatives in supporting TeenPact’s vision of changing lives to change the world are discipleship and political understanding/involvement.

 

Several years ago, we implemented the Jimmy Brazell Community Impact Scholarship Award essay contest, which focuses on the discipleship aspect of sharing the love of Jesus Christ in our communities. Since its introduction, we have received over 200 essays from students making an impact in their communities, highlighting the top essays at National Convention.

 

In honor of our 25th anniversary, the TeenPact Board of Directors is excited to introduce a new scholarship recognizing the political involvement component of our ministry. The Tim Echols Political Involvement Award will be awarded to three recipients who have displayed an exemplary application of the skills learned through TeenPact as they’ve been involved politically in their communities – either locally or across the country. Three deserving recipients will be announced at National Convention 2019 and will receive a scholarship to the Alumni event of their choosing in 2019.

 

 


 

Who is Tim Echols?

Tim Echols and and his wife, Windy, proudly call the bustling metropolitan area of Atlanta, Georgia, home. It was here that they raised their seven children. Tim currently serves as a Public Service Commissioner for the State of Georgia. With boundless energy and passion, Tim has worked tirelessly in the pro-life movement with Care Net, the Justice Foundation, and Georgia Right to Life.

 

Tim founded TeenPact with a vision to help Christian families build within their kids practical knowledge about leadership, politics, and citizenship. Some of his favorite memories were made during the early days of TeenPact as he and Windy watched God open doors to move TeenPact from new state to new state and provide a network of families committed to keep the ministry growing.

 

You can read more of Tim’s story on our blog

 

 

Essay Guidelines

ESSAY TOPIC

“Describe a situation where you have been involved in a political campaign, either on a local or national basis.” After participating in a TeenPact State Class we are encouraged to be involved in the political. Please tell about a specific time when you engaged the culture through your involvement.

 

 

ESSAY LENGTH

500-1000 words

 

 

RULES

Submissions may be emailed to Peter Martin, President of TeenPact, at peter.martin@teenpact.com. Submissions must be received by Monday, May 6, 2019 to be eligible. All entrants will be notified of the outcome by Tuesday, May 14, 2019.

 

 

AWARDS

Scholarships will be awarded to the top three essays. Each winner will receive a full tuition scholarship to be used towards a 2019 Alumni Event of their choice.

 

 

WINNERS

Winners will be selected by a panel of judges and notified prior to receiving their award on stage at National Convention.

 

1st Place: Gracie Cooper – Nevada

2nd Place: Caroline Allen – Delaware

3rd Place: AmyFaye Proctor – Alaska