Essay Contest: Why I Became a Pharmacist

Published Online: Thursday, October 3, 2013
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In honor of American Pharmacists Month, Pharmacy Times announces its third annual essay contest: In 500 words or less, describe “Why I Became a Pharmacist.” The winning essay will be published in our January 2014 issue—and 2 runners-up will be published on PharmacyTimes.com. For the first time, we will also be accepting video entries. Videos should be 3 minutes long or less. Just upload your video to YouTube and send us a link. The authors of the winning essay and video will each be rewarded with a $100 gift card.
 
Entries can be emailed to dweiss@pharmacytimes.com or mailed to Daniel Weiss, Pharmacy Times, 666 Plainsboro Road, Building 300, Plainsboro, NJ 08536. Be sure to include your name, place of employment, and your phone number or e-mail address. All entries must be emailed or postmarked by Monday, November 18, 2013.

To read the winner of last year's essay contest, on the theme of "My Best Day as a Pharmacist," click here. To read the runners-up, click here.

To read the winner of our first essay contest, on the theme of "Why I Love Being a Pharmacist," click here. To read the honorable mentions, click here.

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