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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:

GEICO Achievement Award Program

GEICO Achievement Award Program

GEICO Achievement Award Program helps current college students who are sophomores and juniors earn scholarship money to complete their education. Eligible students must be enrolled in a business, computer science, or mathematics program.

Eligibility requirements include a grade point average of 3.0 or above, enrollment in a four-year college or university, volunteer work in the community as well as demonstrated leadership on campus. Students may major in the areas of Business, Computer Science, Mathematics, Economics, Information Systems, Computer Engineering, Statistics or Actuarial Science.

O Wines "Opportunity For Success" Scholarship For Low Income Women

The O Wines Opportunity For Success Scholarship, funded through the College Success Foundation, is open to low-income women from any of the 50 states or the District of Columbia. Candidates must be high school seniors who are planning to pursue a four-year undergraduate degree.

Students must have a minimum high school grade point average of 3.20 or above through fall quarter/semester in order to apply. They must be from families whose annual income does not exceed 50 percent of their state's median family income. As long as recipients continue to meet the qualifications, they will continue to receive scholarship funding for four years.

Toshiba Machine Co. America Scholarship Program

Toshiba Machine Co. America Scholarship Program
Toshiba Machine Co. America Scholarship Program is offered to students who are considering careers in manufacturing. Applicants must plan to attend or currently be enrolled as full-time college students attending an accredited institution.

Students may choose to attend any accredited college or university. Both high school seniors planning to attend college and existing college students are eligible to apply. High school seniors must have a grade point average of 3.0, and current college students must have a grade point average of 2.5. Two scholarships are awarded each year.

The Ventures Scholars Program

The Ventures Scholars Program
The Ventures Scholars Program is open to high-achieving underrepresented students and first-generation college-bound students interested in pursuing careers in the field of math and science. Applicants must be African American or Black, Native American or Alaskan Native, Mexican or Mexican American, Hispanic, Latino, or Puerto Rican; or they can be first generation college bound students whose parents/guardians have no education beyond high school.

Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher, a PSAT score of 50 on the math and verbal sections, SAT of 550 on the math and verbal sections, or ACT score of 19 on the math, science, English, and reading sections. They must also have a strong interest in a career in math or science.

Selma Speech and Essay Contest

Selma Speech and Essay Contest
The Selma Speech and Essay Contest is open to U.S. high school students ages 14-18 who are currently enrolled in a public, private or parochial high school or home study program in the United States and its territories.

To enter the contest, students will be required to view the movie SELMA, recently released by Paramount Pictures, which portrays the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. After viewing the movie, students will be asked to answer an essay question which directly relates to the issue of individual freedom. Both an essay and a speech video are required.

The Bank of America Merrill Lynch Scholarship of Distinction

The Bank of America Merrill Lynch Scholarship of Distinction
The Bank of America Merrill Lynch Scholarship of Distinction is open to minority students who want to pursue careers in the financial industry. Eligible candidates include women, African Americans, LGBT, Hispanics, Native Americans, military veterans, and students with disabilities.

The scholarship is for students interested in a career at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Applicants must be full-time students with a minimum GPA of 3.2 or above who are pursing a BA/BS degree from an accredited college or university in the U.S. Candidates must have excellent performance both in and outside the classroom.

HBCU Connect Minority Student Scholarship Program


The HBCU Connect Minority Scholarship Program makes available several scholarships every year to minority applicants who attend or plan to attend a Historically Black College or University (HBCU). The scholarship can be applied to tuition or books for the semester in which the funds are received.

HBCU Connect is the largest student and alumni organization of Historically Black College and University supporters on the planet. Founded in 1999, they have given away thousands in scholarship dollars to deserving college students. They are dedicated to keeping HBCU students and graduates connected with each other and with opportunities for advancement.

Microsoft Cybersecurity Scholarship

Microsoft Cybersecurity Scholarship
Microsoft Cybersecurity Scholarship is a student essay contest for students age 18 years of age or older who are currently enrolled as a student at an accredited educational institution and seeking a degree.

The scholarship contest consists of an essay that is based on skill level on the subject of cyberspace security. All applicants are required to do original research and answer one or more of five essay questions that relate to the future of cyberspace and cyberspace security.

Voya Unsung Heroes Awards Program

Voya Unsung Heroes Awards Program
Voya Unsung Heroes Awards Program awards grants to educators of grades K-12 who use new teaching methods and techniques to improve learning. Qualified applicants include full-time educators, teachers, principals, paraprofessionals, or classified staff.

Educators may enter by submitting a description of the project they want to pursue. Projects must have the ability to influence students in a positive way and are judged by their innovative method, creativity, and quality. One hundred educators are chosen annually to receive a grant that will help fund their class projects. Three final recipients are then selected to receive additional funding.

Microsoft Scholarships

Microsoft Scholarships
Microsoft Scholarships help students who are pursuing degrees in computer science, engineering, and other technical areas of study. The scholarships are for students who are currently enrolled in a U.S. college or university.

Scholarships include General Scholarships, Women's Scholarships, Minority Scholarships and Scholarships for Students with Disabilities. Minority applicants must be from African-American, Hispanic, or Native American descent. Women's Scholarships are for women pursuing a PhD degree.

Texas Instruments Scholarship

Texas Instruments Scholarship
Texas Instruments Scholarship offers two scholarships to high school seniors involved in robotics programs who want to pursue a degree related to science, technology, engineering or mathematics.

The scholarship is the combined effort of Texas Instruments and the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation. Eligible students include those who have participated in a robotics competition, including VEX Robotics Competition, Project Lead the Way (PTLW), FIRST Robotics Competition or BEST Robotics.

IAFC Foundation Scholarships

IAFC Foundation Scholarships
IAFC Foundation Scholarships are available to both U.S. and Canadian members of the fire service. The scholarship enables current fire first responders to continue their education toward a Bachelors or Associates degree.

Several scholarships are offered by the International Association of Fire Chiefs Foundation, including scholarships for female first responders. Scholarship money may be used for tuition, cost of books, or other education-related expenses directly related to the pursuit of an Associates or Bachelors degree.

Ron Brown Scholar Program for African Americans

Ron Brown Scholar Program
The Ron Brown Scholar Program provides scholarship awards to African-American high school seniors who are excelling in their academics, exhibiting exceptional leadership potential, and actively serving in community service activities.

Applicants must be US citizens or must have a permanent resident visa card. They must also be able to demonstrate financial need, and must be in high school. The scholarship awards are not available to current college students.

Kraft General Foods Scholarship

Kraft General Foods Scholarship
Kraft General Foods Scholarship is for female high school seniors through college seniors who are interested in careers in skilled trades or manufacturing technology. Applicants must be women and/or minorities who reside in Michigan.

Applicants must be pursuing careers in the construction trades, science technologies, engineering-related fields, and mechanic and repair technologies. The scholarship is for residents of Calhoun County, Michigan, who are interested in skilled trades or manufacturing technology careers. To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must be women and/or minorities.

Dell Scholars Program

Dell Scholars Program
The Dell Scholars Program recognizes students who have overcome significant obstacles to pursue their educations, and are now serving as positive role models in their communities.

An initiative of the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, the scholarship program awards hundreds of scholarships each year annually, and since 2004, has given away more than $31 million in college funding.

Juilliard Scholarships

Juilliard Scholarship
Juilliard Scholarships are awarded to outstanding students based on both merit and need. Any student who thinks they may qualify for a scholarship is encouraged to apply.

Juilliard offers both need-based scholarships and The Kovner Fellowships Program. Scholarships are based on financial need and the merit of the student's audition included in the application process. The Kovner Fellowships Program offers full tuition to students who have the highest academic records and the highest level of artistic ability and is offered to only an elite group of outstanding undergraduate and graduate classical music students.

The Federation Executive Recruitment & Education Program (FEREP)

The Federation Executive Recruitment & Education Program (FEREP)
The Federation Executive Recruitment & Education Program (FEREP) is a scholarship for Jewish students who plan to pursue a career as professional leaders for the North American Jewish Federation system. Eligible areas of study include non-clinical social work, public administration, or business administration.

Candidates must be Jewish students who have received their Bachelors degree and are pursuing a graduate degree at an accredited U.S. institution. They must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above. In addition, applicants will need excellent verbal and written communication skills, leadership qualities, a good understanding of and interest in the core mission of the Jewish Federation System, and a strong commitment to the Jewish community.

The Gates Millennium Scholars Program (The Bill Gates Scholarship)

Bill Gates Scholarship
The Gates Millennium Scholars Program (also known as the Bill Gates Scholarship) awards scholarships each year to African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American or Hispanic American students who plan to enroll full-time in a two-year or four-year college or university program.

The scholarship is renewable and may be used in the freshman, sophomore, junior, senior or graduate years. Students must have financial need and meet Pell Grant eligibility requirements. They must also maintain a grade point average of 3.3 and have a strong interest in leadership and community service. Students may attend any college or university they choose.

Thurgood Marshall College Fund

Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) provides scholarships that enable students to attend one of the nation's public Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The scholarship is based on financial need.

Applicants must have a grade point average o 3.0 or above and demonstrate financial need in order to apply. Students approved for a scholarship may choose to attend any one of 47 TMCF member schools. They must be students who demonstrate leadership qualities and service to their communities and must be recommended by a school faculty or staff member.

CenturyLinkquote Google Fiber Scholarship

CenturyLinkquote Google Fiber Scholarship
CenturyLinkquote Google Fiber Scholarship is open to high school students planning to attend college, or current undergraduate and graduate college students. The scholarship is awarded to the student who submits the best essay on an assigned topic.

The essay consists of writing a response in 400 words or less on a topic that relates to technology and the Internet. All applicants must have a grade point average of at least 2.5 or above. Eligible students must either plan to attend or currently be enrolled full-time at an accredited college or university.

Matthew Shepard Scholarships

Matthew Shepard Scholarships
Matthew Shepard Scholarships are available to high school students planning to attend college who are academic achievers and active in service to the LGBTQ community. Two levels of scholarship awards are given each year.

Silver Scholarships cover four years of college at any college or university the student chooses. Applicants can also receive bonus awards for achieving qualifying grade point averages throughout college. The Gold Scholarship covers tuition, books and fees at one of Iowa's three state universities, including Iowa State University, the University of Iowa or the University of Northern Iowa. It also pays a bonus for applicants who maintain qualifying grade point averages.

Hood Sportsmanship Scholarship

Hood Sportsmanship Scholarship
Hood Sportsmanship Scholarship is offered every year to high school students attending school in six New England states who are planning to attend a 2-year or 4-year college or university. The scholarships are awarded to students who display sportsmanlike conduct while participating in a high school sport.

A total of 18 scholarships are awarded. Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above and be high school seniors attending school in the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Candidates must also be active in volunteer work within their communities.

Microsoft Disability Scholarship

Microsoft Disability Scholarship
Microsoft Disability Scholarship enables disabled high school students to attend either a 2-year or four-year college. Eligible students are high school students living with a disability. Disabilities can include visual, mobility, hearing, speech or cognitive.

Applicants must plan to major in engineering, computer science, computer information systems, legal or in business, including paralegal, pre-law, finance, business administration, or marketing. They must also have a passion for technology and demonstrate financial need.

Air Force ROTC Scholarships

Air Force ROTC Scholarships
Air Force ROTC Scholarships are offered to students age 17 and older who plan to attend college and also want to serve at least four years of active duty in the U.S. Air Force. The scholarship covers tuition and lab fees and also includes a stipend for books and spending cash.

Many different scholarships are available. Students may major in many disciplines, such as engineering, communications, accounting, finance, computer science, languages, information systems, public relations and more.

Dr. Alma S. Adams Scholarships

Dr. Alma S. Adams Scholarships
Dr. Alma S. Adams Scholarships are awarded to full-time students pursuing careers in public health, communications, social work, education, liberal arts or related fields. They must have a strong interest in and a record of community service related to raising awareness of tobacco’s harmful impact.

Candidates must be pursuing either an undergraduate or graduate degree at an accredited college or university in the United States. Applicants must have a 3.0 grade point average and demonstrated financial need. They must also have a background of community service within an economically or socially disadvantaged community.