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Our site features the latest 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. Below are the most recent ones:
The NAWIC Undergraduate Scholarship is for students currently enrolled in a construction-related degree program. They must be currently attending a school in the U.S. working on a degree in a construction-related field with one term left. They must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above.
Applicants must be academic high-achievers with a GPA average of 3.0 or better and must be US citizens or visa-holding Permanent Residents of African American, Asian, Pacific Island, Native American, Native Alaskan, or Hispanic descent. The scholarship is not available to spouses and children of Xerox employees.
The scholarship enables eligible students to attend a three-week summer study at one of the country's national parks. The scholarship includes a stipend, transportation and covers all training for environmental field work and study. Students accepted will be part of a crew team working at national parks across America.
Students in their first year of undergraduate college, as well as high school juniors and seniors planning to attend college, are eligible to apply. This is a unique scholarship that is based on the student's ability in innovation and creative problem solving. A total of 3-6 scholarships are awarded each year and are renewable up to four years.
Students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above in order to be eligible. Students do not need to demonstrate financial need. The scholarship is not renewable.
Applicants must have at least a 2.8 grade point average, plus a history that demonstrates their leadership skills and dedication to community service. Students only need to complete one online application in order to be considered for all available FFA-administered scholarships.
Eligible women must be 25 years old or older and planning to attend an accredited college or university in the U.S. or Canada. They must be U.S. or Canadian citizens. To apply, candidates must complete a 500-word essay that explains the reasons for applying for the scholarship, how the funds will be used, and how the scholarship award will help them with their education and career goals.
Students may qualify to be entered into the competition in one of two ways. They are automatically entered into the drawing if they open a Fifth Third Student Checking Account. They receive an additional entry is they open a Fifth Third Goal Setter Savings account on the same day.
To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must be U.S. citizens and 18 years of age or older. A grade point average of 3.0 or above is required. Applicants must must also be able to participate in summer internships at the Department of Defense laboratories, and be willing to accept post-graduate employment with the Department of Defense.
Eligible students must enroll full-time at an accredited four-year college or university. Four separate scholarships are available. The Ford Scholars Program is for high school seniors or students currently attending a community college who want to transfer to a four-year college. The Ford Opportunity Program is designed to help single parents who are head of household and want to pursue a Bachelor's degree.
Students may enter the contest by creating a video of 1-3 minutes long that describes their mentor and how they have influenced their education and career goals. Students must also include in their video, in their own words, how important mentor relationships are.
All students entering essays must be U.S. citizens. The essay must be a minimum of 1500 words. Three winners will be chosen; each receives a scholarship to the college of their choice.
Students must have completed at least one year of college. They must be enrolled full-time at a two-year or four-year college, university, vocational or technical school. To be eligible, students must be recommended by their local Dollars for Scholars affiliate.
Eligible students must be enrolled full-time at an accredited film school. Students must be nominated by their school. Three scholarships and grants are awarded each year to deserving students. The awards include Gold, Silver and Bronze awards, each including both a scholarship and a motion picture film grant.
Scholarships are offered in the spring/summer, and fall/winter. They apply to those who are First Responders, EMT-Basic, and Paramedics who plan to enroll in an education program that leads to the next level in their EMS career and certification. Eligible applicants must demonstrate a commitment to their career, financial need, and dedication to their community.
Three awards are given every year and include a first, second and third prize winner. Applicants can include students over the age of 18, as well as members of the general public. The topic changes every year but is always related to the subject of prohibition.
The video contest consists of students creating and submitting a short film of five minutes or less. The film must depict the highest values of the human spirit. The story should be about people who have made a powerful impact on the lives of others. Winners include a first prize, second prize and third prize winner along with 5 honorable mentions. Each winner receives a cash prize.
Eligible students must have superior academic records, strong leadership skills, commitment to their communities and demonstrated ethical conduct. The Robertson Scholars Leadership Program includes not only a four-year merit scholarship but also a comprehensive program of summer enrichment opportunities, mentoring, special courses, and unique access to the resources at Duke and UNC.
The scholarship is named in memory of Dr. Robert H. Goddard who was a pioneer in rocket science. Eligible students must be at least in their junior year of college and currently enrolled in an accredited four-year college or university in the U.S.
Eligible students must have strong academic records, a desire to study abroad, and demonstrate financial need. They must also have an interest in studying in Brazil, China, India, Malaysia, or South Africa. In exchange, 18 students from these countries will come to the U.S. and study in Chicago or Houston.
Contest winners include one grand prize winner, one first place winner, one second place winner, and one third place winner in grades 7-12. Each winner receives a cash prize and a plaque. Any student in grades 7-12, including students who are home-schooled, may enter. Applicants must plan to pursue a college degree.
Eligible students must be academically outstanding and demonstrate a strong commitment to pursue an advanced degree. The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage high-performing students to pursue careers in the arts, humanities or social sciences.
Applicants must rank in the top 90 percent of their class and have SAT/ACT scores (minimum 1000 combined for verbal and math, and 21 for ACT.) They must be graduating seniors from New York City high schools who are New York City residents. They must also be accepted and plan to attend one of the 12 New York participating colleges.
The Bully Text takes students through a scenario involving bullying situations and asks how they would react. In the scenarios, the student may take the position of the bully, the victim or a bystander. The purpose of the Bully Text is to get students thinking more about how bullying affects everyone.
Students must plan to attend college full-time. They must demonstrate a need for financial assistance in order to attend college. Applicants must be able to attend the 33rd National USHLI (United States Hispanic Leadership Institute) Conference in Chicago, Illinois where awards will be presented.