Parentinn Scholarship

Total Number of Submitted Applications: 962

Top 3 Submissions & Winner of Parentinn - Cyberbullying Prevention for Teens Scholarship 2016


School/ University


Natalia R. Jones - WINNER

Greeley Central High School


Kaleigh Kant

California Lutheran High School


Ayodele Babalola

University of Arizona

Congratulations to Natalia on winning this year scholarship.

We will announce the next scholarship program soon.

Parentinn – Cyberbullying Prevention for Teens Scholarship

The Internet is a great technical innovation. But, it gave everyone the ability to slander others anonymously without having to deal with the social consequences of their action. It has also created nightmares for the parents of young children and teenagers.

It’s a breeding ground for pedophiles and playground for cyber bullies. It’s truly a disaster for the parents who have to deal with the consequences of the cyber crimes committed against their children.

No political leaders or governments thought through the implications of introducing a communication channel where people can hide behind a computer and attack other human beings anonymously.

No government seemed to had thought about the following scenarios:

  • How to prevent pedophiles using the Internet to lure their victims.
  • How to stop an old woman disguising as a young boy in a social network and influence a 13-year old innocent girl to commit suicide.
  • How to stop a company that uses its website to help the perverts to trade the children like commodities.

In an effort to the cause of preventing cyberbullying, we have created the Cyberbullying Prevention for Teens Scholarship for Undergraduate or Postgraduate students/ high school, college or graduate student or a student planning to enter college to receive $1000 award. cyberbullying-prevention-for-seens-scholarship

General Terms of Participation

All participants will have to research and submit a 600 – 1000 words regarding the following topic:
Why and How to Stop Cyberbullying”.
In the content, make sure to include the following ideas:

  • Why is it important to stop cyberbullying?
  • How has cyberbullying personally affected teens?

The best submission will be selected and rewarded $1000, which can be used in course materials or other resources. If you want to know more information about our selection criteria, please continue reading.

Selection Criteria

Student, who is U.S. citizen/ currently attending or planning to attend an U.S. college or university for undergraduate or graduate studies/ high school, college or graduate student or a student planning to enter college, is eligible to participate in our scholarship program.

Most importantly, the $1000 award is one-time only and not renewable.

The work you are going to submit has to be 100% unique and creative regarding the above topic. Selection is based on the written essay and focused on creativity, content and a commitment to the cause of preventing cyberbullying.

How to Submit your Application

You will have to submit a 600 – 1000 words piece of content in a word .doc file. It’s best practice to include the resource to backup your work.

Then send your application at with all the required details listed below:

  • Personal Details (First & Lastname, Phone, and Address).
  • School Name.
  • Area of Study.
  • Any document which can proof that you are a Student.

By participating in our scholarship, you’re granting us the right to publish/ use it on our site.

Selection & Award Schedule

Deadline for submission: Feb 28th, 2017.

Announcement of Results: March 21st, 2017.

Scholarship will be awarded by: March 31st, 2017.

The $1,000 scholarship value will be sent directly to your school. (or via Paypal).

We run this scholarship annually.

We will reject without review any application that does not follow our guideline. Therefore, make sure to check your application carefully before sending it to us.

If you have any queries regarding our scholarship program, feel free to contact us  -