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We are the largest online directory of legit scholarships, education grants, and financial aid opportunities. Every year, more than $50 billion dollars in such college funding is given away by corporations, organizations, and government agencies. Here are the latest ones below:
Candidates are chosen according to their grade point average, SAT scores, high school attendance record, leadership capabilities, an interest in entrepreneurship, and financial need. Applicants may choose to attend any 2-year or 4-year accredited college or university in the U.S.
Applicants can attend any accredited trade school, college or university in the U.S. either part-time or full-time. Eligible students must enroll in the Wells Fargo CollegeSTEPS® program for a chance to win one of 160 awards.
Applicants can be high school graduates, or current undergraduate and graduate students. Students can be either part-time or full-time students. To apply, candidates must complete an 800-word essay on why they are interested in a career in behavioral sciences.
All students pursuing any career in health or healthcare (nursing, medical doctor, psychiatrist, etc) are encouraged to apply. The application process involves writing two 500 word essays, submitting a resume, and completing an online application.
Candidates must have a GPA of 3.2 or above and write a 250-500 word essay that addresses leadership qualities. Leadership qualities can pertain to leadership in commerce, spiritual, cultural, diplomatic or military. In addition to the essay, applicants must also provide two letters of recommendation from a college adviser or other who can vouch for the student's capabilities.
The Michael Jackson scholarship provides financial assistance to communication arts and social science students attending a UNCF college/university during the upcoming academic year. High School seniors must be planning to matriculate at a UNCF member school in the fall. Proof of acceptance will be required.
The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) has partnered with the Ray Charles Foundation to help African-American students with high academic promise that have significant financial need. Scholarships will be awarded to students who meet the following recommended eligibility criteria, and will be renewable up to one year.
Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above to apply. Students may choose to study marketing, business, environmental science, or a related field. Students must attend college full-time in order to be eligible for the scholarship. They may apply as college freshmen, sophomores, juniors or seniors.
Eligible students include high school seniors who have been diagnosed with cancer, are currently undergoing cancer treatment, or are cancer survivors. Scholarship recipients are chosen based on financial need and personal circumstances.
NMF is a non-profit organization whose mission is to increase the number of underrepresented minority physicians and other professionals in the healthcare workforce. The organization is headquartered on Fifth Avenue in New York City.
MillerCoors National Scholarship is available to college juniors or seniors pursuing a degree in business, marketing, economics, or communications. Applicants must be full-time students with a 3.0 GPA or above and be attending one of the partnering universities.
Applicants must be of Hispanic descent. Acceptable areas of study include Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Communications, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing, Public Relations, Sales and Supply Chain Management. In addition to a scholarship, recipients will also receive an all-expense paid trip to the National Leadership Institute in San Antonio, Texas. Airfare, hotel accommodations and registration fees are included.
The scholarship is based on a 600 words or less essay that compares how three current popular forms of sharing information impact how we understand that information. Entries will be judged by original content, creativity and how well the essay addresses the topic.
Students who become Siebel Scholars are selected from the following 12 prestigious colleges and universities: University of California at Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon, The University of Chicago, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, University of Illinois, Johns Hopkins University, Northwestern University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Princeton University, Stanford University, UC San Diego, and Tsinghua University.
The fellowship program covers tuition, an expense allowance, up to two paid internships with a government agency, and a research or teaching assistantship. Students studying in the physical sciences and pursuing a M.S. or PhD. may apply. The program is the result of a partnership between government agencies and laboratories, industry, and higher education. The Consortium includes universities in just about every state in the country.
Candidates may apply by creating an infographic about Internet security and how students can protect themselves online. An infographic is a creative visualization of a topic using graphics that tell a story and is often used in social media to capture the attention of readers. All entries will be judged on creativity, thoughtfulness, insight, and effectiveness in promoting their post.
To encourage greater diversity amongst its developer community, Apple is offering scholarships to provide students and developers the opportunity to attend their annual Worldwide Developers Conference which is usually held in San Francisco, California.
The scholarships are open to students and members or alumni of the STEM organizations Apple has selected, and are available to those over the age of 13. In addition, unlike regular WWDC attendees, these scholarship recipients won’t have to be a member of one of Apple’s paid developer programs. However, interested student developers will have to do more than just submit an application.
Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or above, attend college full-time, and demonstrate financial need. In addition, they must complete at least one 60 to 90-day work experience in Washington, D.C. at least one year prior to graduation. The scholarship is renewable each year and may be used for tuition, fees, books, and supplies.
The Bruce Lee Foundation Scholarship awards funding to students who understand, appreciate and exemplify the late actor/martial artist Bruce Lee’s passion for education, honest expression, forward thought, self-exploration, and assertiveness.
Founded more than ten years ago, the program is available to students who are at least 16 years of age who will be attending or are already attending a two-year college, four-year university, or licensed trade and vocational school in the United States.
The scholarship is awarded to women across the country every year. Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above and be enrolled full-time at an accredited 2-year or 4-year college or university in the U.S. Selection of candidates is based on academic performance, leadership qualities demonstrated by participation in community service and/or extracurricular activities, and overall quality of essay.
Blacks at Microsoft (BAM) Scholarships are offered to outstanding black high-school seniors who are interested in pursuing careers in technology. High-school seniors of African descent may apply (for example, African American, Caribbean, African, etc).
Applicants must plan to pursue a bachelor's degree in engineering, computer science, computer information systems, or a business program such as finance, business administration, or marketing. Students must have a GPA of 3.3 or above and demonstrate financial need. Two scholarships are awarded. Scholarships are renewable up to four years of college.
Applicants must be graduating seniors and not currently attending college. They must be graduates of an Alabama high school. Candidates must have at least a C+ GPA and must attach a copy of their transcript with their application. Three letters of recommendation are also required, and a letter of acceptance from the institution they will be attending.
Eligible students include those graduating from public, private, charter and home schools. Each student entering the competition must create a poster that will be used in a alcohol awareness campaign across the state. Posters must include the theme, "If you are under 21, it's illegal to consume or purchase alcoholic beverages in Texas."
Candidates need a grade point average of 2.5 or higher to apply. Students must be 18 years old and plan to pursue a four-year bachelors degree in welding engineering or welding engineering technology. The scholarship is renewable for up to four years; recipients must reapply each year for the scholarship.
Each year, 8 students will be awarded scholarship money by creating a poster that relates to a specific theme; the theme changes each year. The contest gives students an opportunity to utilize their artistic talent, to be reminded that every student matters, and to win money that will help them pay for college.
Scholarships are awarded based on applicants' academic record, financial need, leadership qualities demonstrated by involvement in school and community activities, and communication of their career goals. At least 10 scholarships are awarded each year.