Creativity Leads to Success Scholarship 2021-2022

We are so honored and excited to be able to offer scholarships to three students this year!

Dixie Belle Paint Company is passionate about helping students succeed in school and graduate!

Our second annual Creativity Leads to Success Scholarship is open to all high school seniors, college and graduate school students.

Three winners will be selected:

  • 1 (One) Grand Prize: $2,500
  • 2 (Two) Prizes of: $1,250 each

This scholarship includes an essay question:

How do you use creativity in problem solving?

The deadline to submit an application for the scholarship is November 15, 2021.

Must be attending college or grad school by Spring 2022.

For more information, click here! Good luck to all applicants!

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  1. I have been learning that creative wriiting can keep your audience where they want to keep reading your story.

  2. Sara Keshmiri says:

    I am a family doctor and an immigrant from middle east currently working in an ice cream shop in Seattle hoping to one day be able to go back to school to be able to use my knowledge and skills for the community.

  3. Shanta Brown says:

    I found out about this scholarship through fastweb scholarship and I am interested in applying for it because I am in need of financial assistance for paying for my online courses for college. Your support and kindness are greatly appreciated. Thank You,
    Shanta Brown

  4. Ronald Moore says:

    In my, honest opinion, I believe being creative, while you problem solve a problem, can be a good thing because it shows one has great characteristic and interpersonal skills about being able to handle and get through a puzzling situation. About being able to problem solve with creativity!

  5. Jayden Gonsalves says:

    I thoroughly believe that creativity is more important than intelligence and talent. After all almost every successful person in recent history has reached their high level of success using their imagination and creative problem solving rather than their intelligence and skills in a specific field. I’m sure everyone Alexander Grand Bell knew told him that speaking to someone across the world was impossible. His overall intelligence probably told him that it was impossible as well. But his creativity and work ethic is what led to the creation of the telephone. I also believe that Harriett Tubman was told by everyone she knew that trying to escape to the north without getting caught was nearly impossible. Her own intelligence probably told her that it was not the brightest idea. But with creativity and genius problem solving she not only escaped to the north using the Underground Railroad. But also conducted the Underground Railroad in order to free hundreds of other slaves as well. What Alexander Grand bell and Harriet Tubman both taught me is that one’s creativity is the most valuable piece to their probability of success.

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