Precision: Winner will receive $5,000 in college scholarships
The winners will receive an expense paid trip to The American Legion National Convention where they will be honored as part of the Youth Champions Delegation.
Second place finisher will receive $1,000 in college scholarship.
Recognition for NRA Junior Members who take an active part in the shooting sports through individual participation and educational pursuits. All NRA Junior Members (or NRA Regular or Life Members under age 18) are eligible to receive the award once they have completed six core requirements and five elective requirements.
The summit is an educational experience that offers $55,000 in college scholarships for students who demonstrate strong leadership skills and knowledgeable participation during the week's activities
The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) offers $1,000, one-year scholarship assistance to qualified juniors in order to encourage and reward their outstanding efforts.
These one-time scholarships are a unique way for high school students to receive support from the NRA to continue their education and continue their passion for the shooting sports and the Second Amendment.
The NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund sponsors a scholarly writing contest for grades K-12. The theme for the essay is "What Does The Second Amendment Mean to You?"