The Sullivan Review is again partnering with the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association Foundation and AT&T to hold the It Can Wait essay contest! Any Pennsylvania high school students in grades 9-12 can write a 500-word (or less) essay addressing the prompt “Why is it important to take the It Can Wait pledge to drive distraction free?”

The Sully will award $100 to the first-place winner and $50 to the second-place winner; the first-place winner will also advance to the state contest for a chance to win $500! Please turn in essays and entry forms to the Sullivan Review by mail or email by Saturday, January 26.

To read previous winners' entries or view/download the rules and entry form, click the following link:

The rules and entry form are also below and can be saved by right clicking and following the menu prompt.