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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:
Two winners are chosen each year. Entries are in the form of a video that addresses the problem of drunk driving. Videos can be technical, narrative, documentary, fiction or other. They must not exceed 3 minutes. All entries are judged on content, creativity and persuasiveness.
Eligible students may apply by completing an essay that answers two personal and thought-provoking questions. Two students are selected each year to receive scholarships. Essays are judged on persuasiveness, compelling presentation, and quality of writing.
Candidates may submit a short story in one of the following categories: Romance, Thriller, Crime, Horror, Science-Fiction, and Young Adult. All entries must be original work and limited to 4,000 words or less.
Univision Scholarship for Undocumented Students is open to high school students, undergraduates, and graduate students of Hispanic heritage. Applicants must be full-time students to apply.
Candidates need to have a GPA of 3.0 or above; current undergraduate and graduate students must have a GPA of at least 2.5 in order to apply. Students must be of Hispanic heritage; students must be from a family whose ancestors came from at least one of these countries: Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico.
The "From Failure to Promise" Essay Scholarship offers an opportunity for high school seniors, undergraduate, and graduate students to earn scholarship money by writing a 1,000 word essay. Students will be asked to describe the challenges they have faced in achieving academic success.
The essay is based on the 2010 book, From Failure to Promise: An Uncommon Path to Professoriate, written by Dr. Cleamon Moorer. Dr. Moorer discusses his life as an inner-city youth in Detroit who faced many challenges that led to dropping out of college. Dr. Moorer overcame these obstacles and became an engineer and later a college professor.
Colorado Garden Show Full Ride Scholarship is available to college students attending a college or university in Colorado. This is a full ride, four-year scholarship for students majoring in areas related to horticulture.
Scholarship applicants must major in horticulture, floriculture, landscape design, botany, biology applicable to horticulture or agriculture sciences, forestry, agronomy, conservation, plant pathology, environmental concerns, city planning or other allied subjects. Candidates must reside in Colorado and attend a college or university in Colorado.
Stanford Medicine X and Symplur have a joint initiative designed to spark scholarly research activity in healthcare social media. It's called the Stanford Medicine X | Symplur Everyone Included™ Research Challenge, and it seeks to encourage all health care stakeholders to collaborate on health care social media research.
The idea is simple, collaborate with other health care stakeholders and use Symplur Signals to address one of three questions. If selected, you will go on to research, analyze, and report on your findings with the hopes of presenting to the Medicine X community in September. The possibilities, however, are endless.
Students may major in any field of study. A GPA of 3.0 or above is required. The scholarship is intended to cover the cost of books. A total of 3 scholarships will be awarded.
Middle-school students may enter the contest by writing an essay that addresses either the mistreatment or suffering of animals, or animal extinction, along with ideas that will prevent animal suffering. High school students may enter the competition by becoming involved in a project that addresses the suffering, mistreatment or extinction of animals.
Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.5 or above and be enrolled as a full-time student in a LGS-approved school; over 30 eligible schools are listed on the web site. Candidates may be pursing degrees in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Physics.
Selected scholars will receive a campus mentor and a one-year merit scholarship of up to $6,200 for the 2016-2017 academic school year, which will be used to cover the costs of tuition and fees, on-campus room and board and required textbooks purchased from member-schools. The funds are applied in the fall and spring semesters at $3,100 per semester.
Sports Illustrated Campus Rush Scholarship is awarded to college students who are pursuing careers in the field of journalism. Three scholarships are awarded every year to outstanding student journalists who served as campus correspondents during their school year.
The scholarships are offered by Sports Illustrated and Finish Line. Students who are eligible for a scholarship are journalist majors who are campus correspondents for Campus Rush, Sports Illustrated's network launched in 2015 to cover college sports. Students are selected from more than 60 schools across the country.
Applicants must be pursuing degrees in the areas of Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Systems, Mathematics, HCI (human computer interaction) or a related technology degree program. They must be full-time students with a GPA of 3.5 or above.
North Dakota Academic or Career and Technical Education Scholarship is open to high school graduates planning to attend or currently attending a North Dakota public, private (not-for-profit), or tribal college. Candidates must place in the upper fifth percentile of all North Dakota ACT test takers.
Eligible students must be enrolled or plan to enroll full-time in an accredited college or university or other institution of higher education in North Dakota. A GPA of 2.75 and an ACT score of 24 is required. Full time means students must take 12 credit hours of courses each semester.
Narrative Prize is an annual prize awarded for the best short story, novel excerpt, poem, or work of literary nonfiction published by a new or emerging writer whose work becomes selected for publishing in Narrative Magazine. Submissions may be made at any time during the year.
Writings can be submitted during the year and can include a short story, novel excerpt, poem, one-act play, graphic story, or nonfiction. Narrative editors will review all writing submitted and select as the winner the best work by a new or emerging writer. Sometimes two writers are selected to share the award if both works are found to be deserving of the prize.
Applicants must have above average grades in order to apply. This scholarship is for students pursuing a career in geosciences, physics, geology, or earth and environmental sciences as well as exploration geophysics in operations, teaching or research. Scholarship money may be applied toward tuition, books and fees.
Students may enter the film awards competition by submitting an original film creation of no more than 40 minutes in length. The film categories include animation, documentary and narrative. All entries will be judged by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on the basis of resourcefulness, originality, entertainment, and production quality.
Candidates must be enrolled full-time at an accredited college or university, carrying 12 credit hours per semester. A GPA of 2.5 or above is required. The scholarship includes a scholarship award and an all-expense paid invitation (includes registration, hotel, and airfare) to attend the CSHEMA annual conference.
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.
Writers of the Future-Science Fiction Writing Contest is open to high school students, college students and other new and amateur writers. Four awards are given each year for short stories or novelettes that are either science fiction or fantasy.
Stories can be up to 17,000 words in length. All stories must be original work and represent stories that have not been previously published. Also, candidates must not have professionally published a novel or short novel, or more than one novelette, or more than three short stories.
Three scholarships are awarded every year to deserving women pursuing a degree program. All applications must be submitted before the deadline to the applicant's state president of the National Federation of Republican Women. Applications must include a college transcript, three letters of recommendation, and the completion of a one-page typed essay outlining career goals and explaining why the applicant should be considered for the scholarship.
The new scholarship will enable the continuation of the Smiley Scholars program that began in 2008 and ended this year. Eligible students include high school students with financial need who enroll in SPEA and can demonstrate leadership skills in their schools and communities. Preference will be shown to students who are the first ones in their families to attend college.
Multi-platinum international superstar Rihanna started the Clara Lionel Foundation (CLF) in 2012 in honor of her grandparents, Clara and Lionel Braithwaite. Grants funded by the foundation are used to promote global programs in areas that Rihanna is most passionate about including health, education, arts and culture.
Current programs include the Clara Braithwaite Center for Oncology and Nuclear Medicine at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Barbados, the Clara Lionel Foundation Global Scholarship Program and the Barbados Micro Grants for Schools Program.
The scholarship is merit-based, so students must have a GPA of 3.0 or above. The purpose of the annual scholarship is to provide some financial relief from educational debt to students who are working hard to achieve a college education.
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.
Thurgood Marshall Fund/ NBA David J. Stern Scholarship Program is open to any college student who is enrolled full-time at any one of the nation’s 4-year Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Applicants must be at least at a Sophomore level in order to be eligible.
Applicants must have an interest in sport. They can major in any field they choose. All candidates must have a GPA of 3.0 or above in order to quality. The scholarship is renewable for up to three years of college. Scholarship awards are based on academic merit and financial need. Scholarship money may be applied towards tuition, fees, room and board.
Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or above in order to apply. Students can apply to various award categories, including:
To apply, students need to write an essay of 250 words or less that answers the question, "If you were an ice cream flavor, which would you be and why?" One scholarship is awarded every year.
Eligible students must have attended a high school in Silicon Valley, California and have a GPA of 3.5 or above. To apply, students must submit a completed application, along with a high school transcript of grades, and two letters of reference. Applicants who are selected to receive an award must be able to attend the PPBS Scholarship Awards Dinner-Dance Event where candidates will receive their awards.
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.