Amount: $500 prize every 4 months
Must be a graduating high senior, current undergarduate student, or graduate studnet at a 2 year, 4-year vocational, or technical institution in the USA
Must be a US Citizen or permanent legal residentWritten test covering U.S. Constitution, bill of rights history, political leaders, and Arizona government.
All majors can applyDeadline: August 1Overview:In partnership with the Mental Health movement, one of the leading voices breaking the mental health stigma for young people. They are awarding $3,300 in scholarship funding to high school students who have struggled with mental health or for someone who has loved someone who has battled with their mental health. All GPA''s and planned fields of study will be taking into consideration.Deadline: AprilAmount: Full Four Year Scholarship
Family income less than $60,000.
Amount: 2x $500
Hish School Senior.
US Citizen or Permanent Resident
Identify as female.
Deadline: September 30
US Senate Youth Program
Currently enrolled as a junior or senior student.
Written test covering U.S. Constitution, bill of rights history, political leaders, and Arizona government.
Top 10% will be invited to interview before a panel of judges.Currently serving in an elected capacity in a student organization.Permanent resident of Arizona
Golder Door Scholars
Amount: $receive up to four-year tuition and room & board scholarships to DACA and TPS students from tuition lock-out states all over the country
Golden Door Scholars provies scholarships for DACA students and scholarships for undocumented students.Students may be high school seniors
Applications must be eligible for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) or TPS (Temporary Protected Status)
Amount: $12,500/yr - renewable for 3 additional years
Cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.75 or higher.Senior
Valid Arizona residency.
Demonstrated evidence of leadership qualities.
Enrollment at The University of Arizona for the fall.
Must be nominated by school.Only one nomination per school.Must express interest to counselor.Participate in nomination selection process.
The Coolidge Scholarship
Amount: $Full-Ride Merit Scholarship$
Covers a student's tuition, room, board, and expenses for four years of undergraduate study.May be used at any accredited U.S university and student may pursue any field of academic study.Academic excellence must be shownAnyone of any background, may apply to this nonpartisan, needblind, progam.
Amount: $1,000 - $3,000
3.0 or higher GPA
Amount: $10,000Overview:Have a 3.0 or better.Senior.Participate in at least one eligible school-sponsored sport.Be a leader in school and community.Serve as a role model for underclassmen.Deadline: October
Amount: Up to $10,000; Master classes with world-renowned artists
Overview:15 years old.Visual, literary, design, or performing artist.
Portfolio and audition requirements available on website.
Amount: $100,000 20 AwardsOverview:Open to all high school students (freshman, sophomore, junior, and seniors)Public, parochial, private and home schools within the jurisdiction of the sponsoring state society or districtDeadline: October 18
Amount: $500Overview:Future leaders.Awarded based on character.Essay submissionDeadline: October
VIP Voice Scholarships
Must be at least 13 years of age or older.Submit your entry 11:59 ET on the day of the deadline.You can submit multiple entries by following the instructions o the sponsors website.
Deadline: October 31
Covers nearly all:tuition,mandatory fees;room and board;books and supplies;Four years at ASU, NAU, or UATop 5% of class
1360 on new SAT (evidence-based reading and writing + math); or 29 ACT composite score
Outstanding extracurricular activities and leadership skills.
US citizenship and two-year Arizona residency.
Commitment to community.
Horatio Alger Association
Critical financial need.
Involvement in co-curricular and community activities.
Amount: receive up $50,000
High school seniors must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5
Be active in their community through volunteering, sports, clubs, and/or religious organizations
Deadline: October-DecemberAmount: Full Tuition-The total value of this four-year scholarship is estimated at $105,000 for in-state students and $155,000 for out-of-state studentsOverview:
The Levine Scholars Program seeks exceptional high school seniors who demonstrate a commitment to community service, hold an academic record that reflects a sustained passion for knowledge and possess a capacity for ethical leadership that elevates fellow students to a higher standard. The program takes the brightest, most capable students and gives them the tools, resources and environment they need to explore the world around them, engage across discipline and excel at the highest levels. Scholars receive:
- An award for four years of tuition, room, board, books and mandatory fees
- An $8,000 grant to implement a service project of their own design
- Four summer experiences including study abroad and NOLS
- Opportunities for mentored and funded professional research
- Cultural and athletic outings throughout Charlotte
- Access to a professional development fund
- An undergraduate experience they will cherish for a lifetime
- Must attend UNC Charolette
- Counselors nominate extraordinary seniors
The Eugene McDermott Scholars Program
Amount: Valued at more than $250,000 (out-of-state) or $150,000 (in-state)
- A class rank in the top five percent of their graduating class
- Long records of leadership in school and community volunteerism
- Broad and eclectic interests in science, literature, and the arts
- Social skills to interact easily with adults as well as peers
- 1490 or higher on the new-style two-part SAT (verbal and math)
- 1450 or higher on the old-style-two-part SAT (verbal and math)
- 33 or higher on the ACT
- First time college freshman
- AP, IB, CLEP, and Dual-Credit acceptable
Amount: $1,000- 6 Awards
Students in grades 6-8 (Division I) and grades 9-12 (Division II) qualify.
Entries must be written in English, only one entry per student.
Children of Maryknoll employees, associates and affliates are not elligible
- Entries should be 500–750 words
- Mailed essays must be accompanied by a completed Contest Cover Sheet (PDF)
- First-place essays will appear in the May/June 2018 issue of MARYKNOLL magazine
- Winning essays in each Division will be chosen by Feb. 15, 2018
Deadline: November 10
THE JAMES ALAN COX FOUNDATION FOR STUDENT PHOTOJOURNALISTS
Amount: $2,500 -11 Awards
High school students must have completed one year at an accredited high school (a sophomore or older) and should have taken at least one photography or related art class or a college or technical school students applying for these scholarship must have competed one year at a recognized college, university, or professional school.
AZ Earn to Learn
Overview:Desire to or plan to attend ASU, UofA, or NAU.High school junior or seniorHave a household earned gross income at or below 200% of the federal poverty levelFall within Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) limits.
Applications available in the counseling office.
EF Global Citizen Scholarship
Amount: once in a lifetime trip abroad
Students passionate about environmental sustainability.
Arizona School Counselor Association (AzSCA) Scholarship
Senior.Essay which describes how your school counselor or a school counseling program has had a positive influence on your life.
Four years of merit scholarship awards toward the cost of attending Notre Dame
Four fully funded Summer Enrichment experiences:
Wilderness Leadership, Social Justice, Global Inquiry, and Professional Venture
Must be nominated
Hesburgh-Yusko Scholars are selected based on four criteria:
- Distinguished Academic Accomplishment
- Exemplary Moral Character
- Demonstrated Leadership Abilities
- Sincere Commitment to Service
People who volunteer in their community.
Engaged in volunteer activity in the 12 months prior to application date.
Seattle University's Sullivan Leadership Award
Amount: Full tuition, room, and meals
Demonstrated leadership in school activities.
Must be nominated
Arizona Milk Producers Scholarship
Amount: Up to $12,000
17 years of age and older.
Will be enrolled in a post-secondary university, or community college in the state of Arizona.
Arizona Concrete Promotion Council
All students 16-18.
600 word essay about concrete.
Jackie Robinson Foundation
Amount: up to $30,000 over four years
Plan to attend an accredited and approved four-year institution within the United States
Demonstrate a dedication to community serviceleadership potentialDemonstrate a dedication to community servicePresent evidence of financial needBe a United States citizenHave a minimum SAT score of 1,000 combined on the math and critical reading sections or a composite ACT score of 21Not possess a degree from a 2 or 4-year college when applying for the scholarshipOpens November 1 Deadline: February 1
National Space Club Scholarship
US CitizenHigh school seniorIntention to pursue a career in STEM fields and plan to attend an accredited US college or university
Barbara Lotze Scholarship for Teacehers
An undergraduate student enrolled in an accredited two-year college, four-year college or a university; ora high school senior accepted for such enrollment.Pursuing, or planning to pursue, a course of study leading toward a career in physics teaching in the high schools
HSC Home Warranty Scholarship
Open to high school sensiors or college students who are legal residents of the United States
Scholarship payable to the winner to the winner who should be living in the United States
Students must be enroll in semester beginning no later than Winter 2018
Deadline: December 1Certa Law Personal Injury & Wrongful death ScholarshipAmount: $1,000Overview: The Certa Law Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Scholarship is open to any highschool student or unversity student in the world. https://certalaw.com/certa-law-personal-injury-wrongful-death-scholarshipDeadline: Dec 15th each yearIVLA College ScholarshipAmount: $1,000Overview: This scholarship is to provide a low barrier annual scholarship for students with a minimum GPA of 2.5 who are going to community college or university. Write a 300-500 page essay (topic found on website).https://internationalvla.com/college-scholarship-from-ivla/.Deadline: June 1st
Ambition and drive.
Determination to set and reach goals.
Respect for self, family and community.
Ability to succeed in college.
Juniors and Seniors
30-60 second video
SAT 1100 or ACT 24
Physical Fitness Assessment
High School Graduate
Service organization participation
Achievements in Arts and Sciences
Must be nominated
Take the Lead Scholarship
Amount: $2000 for the next four years equivalaent to $8000
Complete the online application to Norwich (submit application and send in supplemental items: high school transcript, test scores)
Complete the FAFSA and include Norwich University as one of your choices (00369200)
Deadline: December 15
Responsible Pest Control Scholarship
Students enrolled in Arizona High Schools, Arizona State University, University of Arizona Tucson, or Mesa Community College as well as entomology or pest control students anywhere throughout the country.
Write a 1,000 word essay on the following topic. ‘Growing up in Arizona, or studying entomology, means learning to live amongst scorpions and studying about them. What have you learned about scorpions and what encounters have you had with them?
Deadline: December 15
Class ranking - Top 20%.
Level of academic rigor.
Young NFIB Young Entrepreneur Foundation
Amount: $1,000 - $10,000
High school seniors who own and operate their own small business.
Students must enter their freshman year at an accredited college or university.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund
CreateHSF/General College Scholarships are designed to assist students of Hispanic heritage obtain a college degree. Scholarships are available on a competitive basis to:
Graduating High School Seniors
Community College Students
Community College Transfer Students
Be of Hispanic heritage.
Be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident with a permanent resident card or passport stamped I-551 (not expired)
Have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
Have plans to enroll FULL-TIME at a two or four year U.S. accredited institution in the U.S.
Must apply for federal financial aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Be pursuing first undergraduate or graduate degree.
GCU/Phoenix Suns "Find Your Purpose" Essay Contest
Amount: $10,000 tuition credit to Grand Canyon University
Open to high school seniors.
Submission of a 1000-1500 word essay answering: A winner will receive a $10,000 tuition credit to GCU.
Colgate-Palmolive and the Hispanic Scholarship Fund
"Make the U" - "Haz la U"
Total of 11 grants will be awarded
Sumbit 3 essays on the following topics:
How has your Hispanic heritage influenced your academic and personal long term goals?
How do you contribute to your community? What have you learned from your experiences?
Describe a recent academic challenge you have faced, and how you have overcome it.
Apply online starting September 1st
Ronald McDonald House Charities U.S. Scholarship Program
Exemplary role model.
Initiative to fulfill educational goals.
High school senior.
Amount: $500 NON-Renewable
A student who has overcome challenges and can articulate education and career actionsStudents must have a composite ACT score of a 22 on a single test date or a 3.0 or greater on a 4.0 scalePreference will be given to underrepresented and/or first-generation college students.
Deadline: DecemberIf applicants are under the age of 18, they must complete this form in addition to the application.
GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program
Embody characteristics of President Ronald Reagan at school, work, home, and in the community.
Leadership, Drive, Integrity, Citizenship
Amount: 2x $500
Hish School Senior.
US Citizen or Permanent Resident
Identify as female.
Deadline: January 1
FedEx - APIASF
Amount: $2,500/year for 4 years
High school senior.
Asian and/or Pacific Islander ethnicity as defined by the US Census.
Have a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (unweighted).
Be a citizen, national or legal permanent resident of the United States.
Multi-Level ContestConstitutional SpeechUS Citizen
Enrolled in High School or Jr High School
Overview:Be an American citizen and a resident of Maricopa County.Pursuing 12 credit hours or more in a health care-related career.Planning to attend, or currently attending, an accredited college, university, community college or an accredited vocational program in Maricopa County.Maintaining a current grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher.other considerations for this scholarship include extra-curricular activities, volunteer activities and a written statement of academic goals.Deadline: January
Overview:High school senior enrolling and attending an instutution of higher education or a vocational/technical schoolAcademic achievement of at least a 2.7 GPAUS Citizen
Deadline: January 18
Overview:Nominated by high school counselorCumulative 3.25 unweighted GPAHistory of cummunity service/volunteering and involvement with clubs and organizationsMust be able to provide verification of citizenship, permanent residency, or other lawful immigration statusMust have a completed ASU application for undergraduate admission on file by January 11, 2018All scholarship application materials must be submitted by January 11, 2018Deadline: January 18
Buick Achievers Scholarship Program
Amount: Up to $100,000
College bound and community-minded.
High school seniors and current undergraduates.
Those who plan to major in a field of study that focuses on engineering, technology, design or business, with an interest in the automotive industry
ESA Foundation Epsilon Sigma Alpha
Numerous scholarships annually
May apply for up to 3 scholarships
KFC Colonel's Scholars
Minimum high school cumulative GPA of 2.75.
Enroll in a public college or university within their state of legal residence.
Plan to pursue a bachelor's degree.
Be a US citizen or permanent resident.
Demonstrate financial need.
Apply online starting December.
Arizona Society of CPAs
High school senior.
Major in accounting in the fall.
Must be attending an Arizona university or community college.
T.W. Lewis Foundation
Amount: $5,000/year for four years of college expenses
Top 20% of graduating class.
Solid character and values.
Anne Frank "Teens Make a Difference" Community Service Award
Jewish students who have engaged in volunteer/community service activities
Dorrance Scholarship Programs
Seniors in good standing who will graduate from an accredited Arizona high school
First generation to attend college (neither parent holds a four-year degree)
Minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA (weighted or unweighted)
Combined SAT score of 1040 or composite ACT score of 22 (excluding writing score)
Demonstrate financial need (www.fafsa.gov)
Accepted by one of Arizona's three state universities
Demonstrated leadership and community service
Agree to participate in all aspects of the scholarship program
Agree to live on campus during freshman year
Participate in the University Summer Transition Experience
Live within Phoenix city limits.
Current high school senior.
Be a U.S. citizen.
Complete and submit a scholarship application online and send required supporting documentation.
Finalist must be available for in-person interviews.
We the Students
500-800 word Essay
Deadline: February 5th
Varsity Tutors College Scholarship Contest
At lease 16 years of age
"Act Goode" Scholarship
African-American/Black HeritageGraduating high school seniorMinimum 2.0 GPA or higherFinancial NeedCaring individual that cares for othersAmbition to positively succeed at life goalscommunity service worklove people and love GodPreference will be given to students planning to attend Gateway Community College or South Mountain Community College300 word EssayEssay Topic: In no less than 300 words, please explain why you love people, love God, and why you feel you should be selected for the Calvin C. Goode Scholarship.For questions, concerns, and to apply by email:Contact: Silvia Standford, NFBPA CAC President602.543.6986 or firstname.lastname@example.org@aznfbpa.org
Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation
Hundreds of scholarships - One Application
Deadline: FebruaryAmount: $500
Open to seniors seeking higher education, and adults who are going back to school to make a positive impact in the world while bettering themselves and their familiesWrite an essay 500- to 1,000-word essay or a 2-3 minute video on “The best ways to prevent divorce in a relationship.”
Deadline: March 1
Arizona Assurance Scholarship
Amount: Tuition, Fees, Books, Housing, Food
Significant financial support to all who stay in the program.
Individualized success plan to ease the transition from high school to college.
One-on-one mentoring from a faculty of staff member at UA.
Regular communications to keep scholars connected and informed about resources and events.
Family income of $42,400 or below and be eligible for the Federal Pell Grant.
Unweighted cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Complete FAFSA by March 1st
Rotary Club of Anthem
Amount: $500 - $1000/yr
Be a senior at Boulder Creek or Sandra Day O'Connor High School
Be accepted for post-secondary enrollment in the fall semester/as a full-time student.
Have earned a cumulative 3.0 high school grade point average on a 4.0 scale.
Be unrelated to a member of the Rotary Club of AnthemScholarships for students attending both university and community college. Applications available in the Counseling officeDeadline: March
Amount: $500 - $1000
Open to high school juniors and seniors
Write an essay on cyberbullying and take a survery
Be a graduating senior of Chinese decent.Based on academic achievement and involvement in school and community activities.
Applications available in the counseling office.
Deadline: March 16Chinese American Citizens AllianceAmount: 5 - $600
Overview:Be a Graduating High School Senior of Chinese decent.
Based on academic achievement and involvement in school and community activities.Applications available in the counseling office.
Deadline: March 30Frame My Future Scholarship Contest
Create and original entry piece that shares what you want to achieve in your personal and professional life after college.
Photograph, collage, poem, drawing, etc. in .png or .jgp format.
Short description of your entry piece.
Deadline: MarchASU -Armstrong Family Foundation Scholarship
Overview: If you are an orphan , a ward of the court, lilving with extended family, in foster care, an independent student withour financil support or if you haveexperienced extreme life circumstances - this opportunity is for you. You must be a Arizona resident , US citizen or lasful legal resident, be admitted to ASU by applicastion deadline and be seeking adegree full-time. Have and Maintain a 3.0 or higher non-weighted cumulative academic GPA. Demonstrate financial need and must submit a Free Applicationfor Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Visit the website at http://www.armstrongfamilyfoundation.comDeadline:: March 17
Amount: $1,000Overview:Be a graduating senior at Sandra Day O’Connor High School.Have an unweighted GPA greater than or equal to 3.0.Have a completely filled out scholarship application packet.Be willing to interview with the sponsoring family (award committee).Be applying to or have been accepted to a 4 year US University or 2 year associates program.Be a first generation university student: both parents and all grand parents have not attended a 4 year university. Applications in the counseloing officeDeadline: March
Epsilon Sigma Alpha Arizona State Council Scholarship
Arizona resident for at least 2 years.
Plan to enroll as a full-time student in any approved curriculum of an Arizona University or college.
Two letters of recommendation (one academic, one non-academic) and copy of transcripts.
An essay to include extracurricular activities and financial need in detail.
Selection is based on: scholarship, character, financial need, leadership and ability.
Award may be used toward tuition, housing, fees, books, supplies, or other college living expenses.
Applications available in the counseling office.
Deadline: MarchAmount: seven $5,000Overview:U.S. ResidentOpen to all applicants - freshman through senior at an ABET accredited program college or university3.5 or better for high school applicantsSAT/ACT requirement: Applicant must have a Total SAT score of 1220 or higher and/or an ACT composite score of 27 or aboveFinancial need as determined by a completed FAFSA formOne letter of recommendationDeadline: March 15th
The Amercican Legion High School Oratorical Scholarship Program
Citizen or lawful permanent resident of the US.
Student under the age of 20 enrolled in a high school or junior high.
Swing of Things $500 College Scholarship
High School Student (18 year old +) who will attend an accredited college or university in 2018.
Deadline: March 31Kaity's Way Scholarship
Must be a high school senior or first-year community college student in the Maricopa county
Minimum G.P.A.: 3.0
Volunteer Hours: A minimum of 20 hours within the last year
Deadline: March 31st
St. Lukes Sybil B. Harrington Scholarship
An American citizen and resident of Maricopa County
Pursuing 12 credit hours or more in a health care-related career.
Planning to attend, or currently attending an accredited college, university or vocational program in Maricopa County.
Maintaining a current grade point average of 3.0 or higher.Deadline: March
Amount: 2x $500
Hish School Senior.
US Citizen or Permanent Resident
Identify as female.
Deadline: March 31
Overview:We will choose five scholarship winners based on academic achievement, community service and overall character. Two of the five awards are selected from JROTC student applications. Each awarded student walks away with $1,000 for their education.HS Senior, 2.5+ GPAwww.cuwest.org/scholarshipDeadline: March 29Jack Dillard Soaring Eagle Scholarship
Be a graduating senior at Sandra Day O'Connor High School.
Have a GPA which reflects academic growth and improvement.
Have a completely filled out scholarship application.
Be applying to or have been accepted to a post-secondary program of study.
Deadline: MarchQuestBridge College Prep Scholars Program
Amount: May include: Full tuition to college summer program at Stanford, Yale, Emory , and more. Funding for laptop, campus visits, or test score fees.Invitation to a QuestBridge National Conference at Penn,Vanderbilt, or Pomona.
Overview:High-achieving High school Juniors, Top 5-10% of class, Household income less than $65,000website: www.questbridge.org/refer
Deadline: March 20PEO Star Scholarship
Females who exhibit excellence in leadership, extracurricular activities, community service, academics and potential for future success.
20 years of age or under at the end of the calendar year.Junior year at time of application deadline.
Minimum unweighted GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.Citizen or legal permanent resident of the United States or Canada.
Plans to attend an accredited post-secondary educational institution in the United States or Canada
Amount: $1,000Overview:Graduating high school seniors who are children of United States military personnel (active duty, reserves and retired).Based on academics, citizenship, extra-curricular activities and personal achievements.Organized essay response.Deadline: April
Vantage West Credit Union
High school senior.
Either a Vantage West member in good standing, or the child of a Vantage West member in good standing.
Have been accepted to, or anticipate acceptance to and plan to attend a full-time, undergraduate study program at a state- or nationally- accredited institution of higher education in the United States, beginning in the Fall.
Deadline: AprilDVEF: The Virginia and David McElyea Scholarship for Educational Excellence
Student must be enrolled in an accredited 4-year college pursuing a degree in science, technology, engineering, or math in the fall following senior year.
Demonstrated academic excellence.Extra-curricular high school and community activities.Personal essay.
Deadline: AprilDesign a Better Future
Amount: five $10,000 Also, top project will be funded up to $5,000
Design and submit round 1 proposal based on the Ford Institute community building principles deadline April 8thDesign and submit your round 2 artifact representing thier progress and learning deadline April 15thDesign and submist your round 3 reflection final reflection and include a video of yourself working on your project Deadline April 15th
Deadline: AprilAmount: $2,000
All Applicants must be a OneAZ Credit Union member with accounts in good standing from time of application to funds disbursement, or a child, step-child or grandchild of a OneAZ Credit Union member with accounts in good standing from time of application to funds disbursement.U.S. citizen and Arizona resident enrolled full-time at an Arizona university or community college in the 2018-2019 academic yearCumulative GPA of 3.0 or higherSubmit a 400- to 500-word original essay that answers the following question: As you think about graduating and moving into the professional field, what financial needs are most important to you? Essays are judged on meaningfulness, originality, grammar, clarity of expression and composition.
Deadline: April 22Amount: $2,500Overview:SeniorsMust be enrolled at least part time in an associate's or bachelor's degree program the next school year.Deadline: MayCaitlin Brondolo Charitable Foundation
High school female seniors.
Minimum 3.5 GPA.
Plan on attending college in the fall.
Played golf a minimum of 2 years on high school golf team.
Applicants must be accepted and preparing to play on a collegiate golf team.
Deadline: MayAmount: $1,000Overview:SeniorsMinimum 3.0 GPAAttending an AZ community college or 4 year university the following academic yearEssay requiredDeadline: MayAmount: $2,500Overview:SeniorsMinimum 3.0 GPAVideo submissionDeadline: May
Awards range from $1,000 to $5,000 each. All high school students are eligible to apply. Applicant must be currently enrolled as a High School Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, or Senior (2021, 2020, 2019, or 2018); and, must be a United States citizen or eligible non-citizen. Financial need is NOT considered; all income levels are encouraged to apply.
Annual summer program brings together high school students from across the country to Washington, D.C. for a week of deep discussions on critical issues and interaction with scholars, policy-makers, and national thought leaders.Participants tour the monuments and museums, and connect with professionals throughout the D.C. area
Deadline: May 1
Attend an Access ASU program or eventGraduate high school with a 3.0 GPA or higher and complete all 16 core competenciesApply to ASU for the fall 2019 semester
Deadline: FallAmount: $1,000
Junior, Senior, or students currently registered in any post secondary institution.We would like to know where you are going to school now and what your future academic plans are.
Deadline: May 22
Car Loans of America Scholarship – $1,000 Award
Deadline: 1st June
Link to Apply: https://www.carloansofamerica.com/scholarship/
How To Apply: First, you’ll need to write us an open letter with no fewer than 1000 words on why you deserve to win this scholarship. You can write your life story along with your educational goals, dreams, and aspirations. Develop an answer that is meaningful, eye-catching and compelling! Let us know what motivates you and makes you unique. We are looking for someone who has a great track record and who excels in the above
Eligibility: To qualify for the Car Loans of America Scholarship, you must be enrolled in an accredited undergraduate credible university/college.
Along with your essay we also ask that you include:
1.Your university name
5.A copy of your transcripts (official or unofficial).
Send all materials to email@example.comAmount: $750
Applicant must be attending college by Fall 2018 and have at least a 3.0 GPA.They must be interested pursuing a law-related degree.Applicant will be required to demonstrate both their merit and their need for this scholarshipDeadline: May 31
Open to high school seniors in the United States who have been accepted to and will attend college (either 4-year or community) in the United States, and have an interest in the sciences.
Deadline: May 31
- Written application
- Personal statement
- 3 references (teachers or employers)
- In-person or other interview
Legal resident of the United States16-25 years oldcurrently attending a High School, University or college during the 2018 calander yearWrite a 250 word essay (How does Liavability play a factor in selecting a college?)Winner will be chosen by the 15th of June 2018
Deadline: May 31Amount: 1st place $5,000, 2nd place $5,000 3rd place $5,000 awardsOverview:Be 14 years or olderAccepted or enrolled in a High School, college or a university in the United StatesWrite an essay between a 1,000 and 1,500 words that provides an answer to the following questions:How is smoking hurting individuals and the society as a whole?Society takes a much stricter stance on a lot of less harmful substances – why is smoking still largely off the radar of most governments?How can we tackle the smoking epidemic? What would be our best course of action in the fight against smoking and why do you believe itwould workHow do you imagine a smoke-free world and how does it differ from the world we live in today?If you could offer current smokers one piece of advice, what would it be?Deadline: May 31stAmount: $1,000
Incoming college student who are currently or were placed in foster care or placed into a ward, group home or private home of a state certified caregiver/foster parent
Deadline: May 31The Caring.com ScholarshipAmount: 2 - $1,500Overview: For student-caregivers to help cover costs of tuition and books. Applicants must be full-time college students at an accredited two-or-four-year college or university in the United States, or full-time high school students who are registered to attend a qualifying institution the following semester.Interested students can submit either a 1,500-word essay or a two-minute video addressing the following questions:
Demonstrated a record of academic success.Passion and drive for an animation and/or design related career.
- Who are you caring for and how are you involved as their caregiver?
- How has your role as a caregiver influences the decision for you major/career path?
- How would this scholarship be helpful to you in your current student-caregiving role?
- In addition to the essay or video, must also complete the online application form below.
For more information about the scholarship, visit:
Deadline:Thank you for your interest in Caring.com's scholarship for student caregivers! Please submit your application by 11:59PM Pacific Time on 6/30/2019 -- winners will be announced on 8/5/2019.
How would you drive awareness about the importance of CPR and using an AED? Why do you think more people don’t know about this public health epidemic and what creative ways would you introduce more AEDs to the public?
*Be a legal resident of the U.S
*Be either a college-bound high school senior or a student currently enrolled in an accredited university
Deadline: The annual deadlines for all submissions are June 30th, for the Fall scholarship and November 30th for the Winter scholarship.Aspiring Fashion Professional ScholarshipHow would this scholarship be helpful to you in your current student-careg
Students who are interested in pursuing a fashion degree at an accredited post-secondary school or college.
Aspiring Animation Professional Scholarship
Intends to pursue an animation related field at an accredited post-secondary school or college.How has your role as a caregiver influenced the decision for your major/career path?
Pureland Supply Skilled Trade
Overview:The $1000.00 Pureland Supply Scholarship is open for students who have been accepted to an accredited community college, vocational college, technical school, or trade School. Recipients are chosen on their ability to describe how their chosen trade or field plays an important role in today’s world and how the student expects to play a part in the future of their trade or field.Letter of recommendation from a non-family memberHigh school transcript or GEDA typed one-page essay about:
o How your chosen trade or field is important in today’s society, and
o How your chosen trade or field can change lives in a positive manner, and
o How you expect to play a part in making positive changes in the future of your chosen trade or field
Payment will be made directly to the Community College.Deadline: June 1st
Help Teaching.com Scholarship
Current High School or College Students located in the United States or Canada
Applicants should submit a short story or informational article for children (400-800 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org along with their full name, age, and current school level info.
Deadline: June 1st
Pharmacy Technician Review
Scholarships may be used at any accredited post-secondary school or college.
Selection is based on the student's high school academic performance combined with the student's application essay.
Selection is determined by the Pharmacy Technician Review staff.
Scholarship is a one-year non-renewable scholarship.
Application and essay are submitted online.
A single $1000 scholarship will be awarded.
The scholarship is limited to high school seniors in the US pursuing pharmacy technician training and/or certification at an accredited post-secondary school or college.
Sussle is an encyclopedia of things you care about.
No application or essay.
Post your knowledge for the benefit of others.
Best contributor wins.
Full-time undergraduate or graduate students as of Fall at an accredited college or university in the US.
US citizen or legal permanent resident.
Big Sun Scholarship
High school athletes involved with any sport at the school.
High school Senior.
Aspiring Nurse Scholarship
High school Senior.
Track record of academic excellence, particularly in science and mathematics.
Passion for the nursing profession and the overall field of healthcare.
Amount: Ten $1,000 scholarships
sign up before June 8th. Messaging and mobile gaming, provides an opportunity to win prizes by rewarding users for waht they do every day, while also highlighting social awareness with a list of 23 national and global non-profit partners such as Doctors Without Boarders
Deadline: June 8th
UA Balanced Male Scholarship
Amount: $250 - $1,000
Male high school Senior.
Attending UA full time in the fall.
Exemplify qualities of a Sound Mind and Sound Body.
Senior.Hard working, motivated student.
Amount: $1,500Overview:At least a high school senior.Admitted to an accredited college or university.Female pursuing a career in law.Deadline: June
Typology Central Personality Scholarship
Amount: $2000/1st prize, $500/2nd prize
High school Senior,undergraduate, or graduate students who will be attending an accredited univeristy or collge
Write an essay of at least 1000 words (personal statement about the use of personality type systems)
Deadline: June23rdThe Recovery Village Health Care ScholarshipAmount: $1,000Overview:
A $1,000 award will be given to a student pursuing a health-related degree program. Areas of study that will be considered include, but are not limited to, counseling, social work, emergency medicine, pre-med, nursing, psychology (with a focus on addiction counseling or a substance-abuse related field).
Applicants must submit an essay no more than 500 words describing why they are passionate about health care, with a focus on substance abuse and mental health. Essays can draw from personal or professional experience.Deadline: June 304th Annual S.C.W. DREAMers & SCW Academic ScholarshipsAmount: $2,500Overview:
•Applicant must be a high school senior or recent graduate seeking a degree.
•Must have a minimum G.P.A. of 3.0.
•A transcript must be attached to application for consideration.
•Applicant must submit an un-opened copy of official transcripts if selected as a finalist.
•This scholarship is a one-time award worth $2,500 to be awarded the fall semester of 2019.
•Although not required, applicants are encouraged to submit recommendation letters and/or resumes to substantiate their application.
•Applicant will be required to demonstrate both their merit and their need for this scholarship.Website:http://workinjuryaz.com/phoenix-social-security-disability-attorneys/http://workinjuryaz.com/tucson-social-security-disability-attorneys/Deadline: June 30The Beauty + Wellness ScholarshipAmount: 2x $500
If you’re a female high school senior, undergraduate, or graduate student who is committed to maintaining personal wellness, then this is the scholarship for you!Deadline: July 31Galvin Legal, PLLC
High school Senior,undergraduate, or graduate students who will be attending an accredited univeristy or collgeApplicants must submit a 600-word essay discussing securities fraud law in the context of a customer dispute in FINRA’s dispute resolution forum
Applicants must be enrolled and actively attending an accredited college, university, or law school that is domiciled within and maintains a physical campus location within any U.S. State or the District of Columbia during the Fall Semester of 2018. High Schools seniors who will also be attending an accredited college or university and will be attending classes the Fall semester of 2018 are welcome to apply
High Schools seniors who will also be attending an accredited college or university and will be attending classes the Fall semester of 2018 are welcome to apply
Deadline: July 31Amount: $1,000Overview:High School SeniorMinimum of 3.0 G.P.ADeadline: July 31Dolan Law Firm Justice Empowerment ScholarshipAmount: $2,500Overview:Students attending an accredited U.S. college (including community college) or universityApplicants must create a 4 to 6 minute video on the topic of justice
What does justice mean to you?
What you think needs to be changed in our society to make it more just?
How you can help bring about this change?Deadline: July 31Amount: $1,000Overview:High School SeniorMinimum of 3.0 G.P.A (merit and need based)Pursue a career in HOA Management, but anyone meeting the requirements who can demonstrate an interest in pursuing a career in the Real Estate field will be consideredDeadline: July
Amount: $1,000Overview:SeniorMinimum 3.0 GPAAccepted to a college in the U.S.Essay requiredDeadline: August 1
Amount: $1,000Overview:Be currently enrolled in or have been accepted to (and planning to attend) a University or College in the United States and provide proof of current enrollment. If you have not received acceptance, you may still apply, but be sure to provide proof of acceptance and enrollment for the scholarship to be released (ex. screenshot of grades, picture of acceptance letter, etc.)
Have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.Cumulative GPA of the current or most recent secondary education program you have attended.Deadline: AugustAmount: $1,000Overview:Eligibility requirements :criteria:
- Must currently be enrolled in a high school or college program with a properly-accredited American high school, college or university.
- Must apply for the scholarship via email and provide your name, address and the name of the high school or college institution you are attending.
- Must provide your written essay by the deadline of August 31, 2019.
- Must have a minimum GPA of at least 2.5.
Write a 1000 word essay on the following topic:
Why do you believe local businesses are important?
We encourage you to be creative with your essay! You can talk about how you've been influenced or helped by local businesses, any career ideas in local business that you're considering, or anything else you'd like to say about the topic of why local businesses are important. Essays will be judged on effort, creativity, impact and relatability.We included the winning essay from last year on our scholarship page so students can see the level of competition.Deadline:
Submission final date: August
Winner announcement: September
Must have personally experienced challenges with mental health or have had people close to them who have experienced mental health challenges.
Deadline: April 1st
A student who plans to attend nursing school
Deadline: January 1st
A Submit a 350 -500 word essay
Have a 2.5 GPA or higher
Deadline: April 30th