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Writers needed for AGA Guam essay contest

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Association of Government Accountants' Early Careers Committee is seeking high school writers to bring awareness on accountability and transparency in the government in its inaugural high school essay competition.

The theme for the essay is "Government Accountability in the 21st Century: How my generation views government accountability and transparency on Guam and in the Pacific."

The essays must be original, must not exceed 500 words, must be typed and double-spaced using Times New Roman font in a Microsoft Word format, must include the student's name, grade, and school, and must be emailed to the AGA Guam Chapter Early Careers Committee at agaguamecc@gmail.com no later than this Friday, December 2, 2011.

Three winners will be selected amongst all the essay submissions. The first place winner will receive $150, the second place winner will receive $100, and the third place winner will receive $50. All winners will receive a certificate of award that will be presented at their school and will have their essays published in the AGA Guam Chapter monthly newsletter as well as the AGA Guam Chapter website.

For additional information regarding the inaugural AGA Guam Chapter High School Essay Competition please visit http://aga.guam.net or email at agaguamecc@gmail.com.

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