Welcome To Scholarships Online!
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:
Students may choose any accredited college to attend. Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.5 and be high school seniors or graduates who plan to enroll for the first time in at an accredited two-year or four-year college or university. Up to three awards for each service branch (Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard) are awarded every year.
Black Women Lawyers (BWL) Scholarships are available to 2nd and 3rd year full-time law students, as well as 4th year law students enrolled in part-time or evening law school programs. Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited law school and plan to practice law in the Southern California area.
To apply, students may send a completed application along with an official transcript from law school, a resume, and a letter of recommendation from a professor. An essay of 5 pages or less will also be required.
The purpose of the scholarship is to educate other about how much water Americans use each year just to take showers -- more than a TRILLION gallons of water. According to sponsor DoSomething.org, this is enough water to meet the needs of people living in both New York and New Jersey.
The Walt Disney Company/ UNCF Corporate Scholars Program, supported by a $1 million commitment from The Walt Disney Company, provides scholarships to high-achieving African American students in underserved communities across the country, and offers career readiness tools and resources necessary to help them realize their professional goals in the entertainment industry.
The George Foreman Tribute to Lyndon B. Johnson Scholarship is awarded every year to a journalism student, but eligible students must be currently enrolled in college and have at least one full academic year remaining.
Students must be at least sophomores to apply and must have one year remaining in school at the time of the award. Students may major in any discipline as long as their goal is to pursue a career in electronic journalism. Students may apply by submitting an application online and a cover letter that describes their experiences in journalism. Links to work samples should be included, along with a letter of recommendation from a dean, faculty advisor or intership advisor.
Chesapeake Energy Scholarship is available to female, minority, and socially disadvantaged high school seniors who are graduating from a high school in the Dallas Independent School District. Applicants must be U.S. citizens with a grade point average of 3.0 or above.
All applicants must be in a college preparatory program preparing for college. Candidates have to complete their ACT or SAT testing and also be accepted by an accredit college, university or vocational school. The scholarship is for minorities, which includes females, American Indians, Aleuts, Asian-Pacific Americans, Black Americans, Eskimos, Hispanic Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Subcontinent Asian Americans.
Gamers In Real Life (G.I.R.L.) Game Design Scholarship is open to undergraduate college students enrolled in a program related to video games. Programs can include video game art, design, animation, production, programming, or visual effects.
Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher and must be at least 18 years old. They must be legal residents of the fifty (50) United States, including the District of Columbia. Students may enter the contest in the Art and Design category, or the Programming and Engineering category.
The scholarships include two Miami Heat Scholarships and one Dr. Jack Ramsay Scholarship for students who excel academically and in service to their communities, and one Alec Kessler Student-Athlete Scholarship for a student who has demonstrated high academics, community service and participation in sports. All requirements also include financial need.
Candidates are required to have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. All applicants must plan to either enter a four-year degree program at an accredited college or be current students at Manatee Community College who will go on to pursue a four-year degree. Applicants will be evaluated according to their academic credentials, financial need, school and/or community activities or work history (work necessary to support themselves and their family).
Students enter the competition by developing a business plan and are assisted by a teacher and mentors from Believe In A Dream, Inc. Winners will receive cash to help them launch their business plus other business services they can use in a real business. Out of 21 finalists, 7 winners will each receive a business grant.
Students may enter the competition by signing up for Comeback Clothes at their local H&M store. They can then begin to collect old and worn-out clothes from within their community or in their school and take them to H&M to be recycled. For every 50 pieces of clothing, they will earn an entry into the scholarship contest.
The Development Fund for Black Students in Science and Technology (DFBSST) Scholarship is open to African-American undergraduate students who enroll in scientific or technical fields of study at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The scholarship can be renewed annually for up to four years.
Applicants must be at least college sophomores attending an accredited four-year college or university or an accredited community college (where credits can transfer to a four-year college) in Oregon or Washington. This scholarship is for students studying in the fields of broadcast, communications, or multi-media.
The NBNA Scholarship Program offers 14 scholarships each year to students pursuing a career in nursing who are members of the National Black Nurses Association, Inc. The scholarships are based on merit and financial need.
Eligible students must be enrolled full-time at a two-year or four-year college or university pursuing a Bachelors, Associate, or L.P.N. degree with at least one year of school remaining. Applicants need to be active in student nursing activities as well as African-American activities in the community. Scholastic achievement is important.
Each year, one student is selected to win a college scholarship. Students enter by writing a blog about a business topic, such as agriculture, home improvement, real estate, telecommunications and much more. Acceptable topic categories as well as examples of topic titles are provided on the company web site.
Pickering Fellows must commit to a minimum of five years of service in an appointment as Foreign Service Officer. In order to remain in the program, candidates must also obtain medical, security and suitability clearances. The fellowship program is provided and funded by the U.S. Department of State and administered by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.
Applicants must be second-year students attending The Academy, which has locations in both New York and Los Angeles. Many endowed scholarships are available and have been established by famous stars of theater, music and movies. Such well-known artists like Spencer Tracy, Princess Grace, Neil Simon, Kirk Douglas, and Julie Harris have scholarships named after them.
Students may choose to do one or all ten campaigns for a chance to not only win a scholarship but help our older generation. The campaigns range from health, cooking, teaching social media and other technology, music and more. All applicants must be residents of the U.S. or District of Columbia and under the age of 26. Scholarships will be awarded to winners after they submit proof of being accepted into a two-year or four-year college or graduate school.
SABR's Jerry Malloy Negro Baseball League Scholarship is open to high school seniors who plan to attend college and work towards a college degree. Two scholarships will be awarded to the students who write the most compelling essay on a topic pertaining to Negro League baseball.
Students may compete for this scholarship by submitting a 300–word essay that describes how education has empowered them. Essays will be judged by the number of votes received by visitors to WyzAnt’s website.
Kohl's Cares Scholarship Program rewards students ages 6-18 across the country for their volunteer efforts within their communities. Students nominated for recognition are eligible for scholarships at both the regional and national level.
Deserving students who have worked hard to make a difference in their communities can be nominated by an adult 21 years old or older. The nominations should describe what the student did and the outcome, including how it helped people in the community. Each Kohl's store will recognize a store winner in two age groups (6-12 and 13-18), 200 regional scholarships will be awarded, and ten national scholarships will be awarded.
Eligible fields of study include economics of development (poverty reduction, energy and sustainable development), environment (desertification), or other science and technology related fields. Applicants must be between the ages of 23-32 and have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Candidates must be full-time students at an accredited college/university.
Students may submit individual entries or in teams of up to three students. Entering the design contest consists of submitting an essay that clearly describes their idea for any piece of laboratory equipment or furniture. Applicants will draw from their lab experience at high school or college when creating a piece of lab furniture that will increase the way students learn in the lab.
The Teens For Jeans Scholarship offers high school students a chance to win a college scholarship by running the best jeans collection drive to support youth homelessness.
Students interested in joining the campaign will not only have a chance to win a scholarship but will also be helping contribute clothing to the homeless. Students must register first, then send in their creative idea for a jeans drive. Applicants will be given tips that will help them create their own campaign.
Applicants must rank in the top 20 percent of their class, have an SAT score of 1650 or higher, demonstrate financial need, and plan to pursue a career in law. The scholarship covers over four years for tuition, and full-time paid internships at the law firm. The scholarship will also pay the tuition for a LSAT preparatory course.