Welcome To The Largest Online Scholarship Directory!
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 Tom Joyner Foundation "Full Ride" Scholarship awards a full scholarship to one student to attend a Historically Black College and University (HBCU). The scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors with high academic records.
To qualify, students must have a grade point average of 3.5 or above, SAT score of 2100 or higher, and ACT score of 30 or above. The scholarship covers all tuition expenses such as tuition, room and board, books and fees. The scholarship is renewable for up to 10 semesters, making it a full-ride scholarship for one deserving student.
Schools may register to participate and register not less than 6 students for the competition. The competition is a series of questions relating to world geography. The purpose of the contest is to teach students more about the world.
The competition involves building a moving machine that can complete simple tasks. Applicants may submit a video and description of their machine along with an application that includes an essay question, "How has Goodyear’s STEM Career Day Rube Goldberg Challenge affected the way you view science, technology, engineering and math as part of your everyday life and your future?"
Students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above and plan to complete courses to obtain a Bachelor's degree. The scholarship program includes both merit and competitive scholarships. The scholarship are offered every year to students attending Minnesota high schools.
To qualify, students may either write information on the importance of recycling and send it to six of their friends, or they can collect and recycle 50 aluminum cans and submit a picture on DoSomething.org/50cans.
The scholarship program provides financial assistance for underrepresented groups to attend college. Students awarded a scholarship begin by attending Google’s Computer Science Summer Institute (CSSI) in the summer prior to their entering college. The all-expense paid program gives students a head start on computer science by learning all about what technology can do to improve our lives.
Eligible students mus plan to enroll as full- or part-time students at a two-year or four-year accredited college, university, technical college or trade school. A total of eight scholarships are awarded every year. Each month from October through May, a Student-of-the-Month is selected to receive a one-time scholarship. One Student-of-the-Year will be chosen to receive the top scholarship which is renewable for four years of college.
Applicants may submit up to 15 photographs in each of six categories. The categories include the natural world, travel, people, American culture and heritage, artistic images and mobile photos. A total of eight awards will be distributed, including one winner in each of the six categories, one Readers' Choice award, and one grand prize winner.
This scholarship is based on merit, community service and leadership experience. Students who have good academic credentials and who have been active volunteers within their communities as well as participating in extracurricular activities are encouraged to apply.
Scholarship candidates must be high school students planning to attend full-time an accredited college or university. They must also be children of Kimberly-Clark employees. Candidates must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above. Recipients may choose to attend any accredited college.
The Ford HBCU Challenge invites college students to submit their ideas for building sustainable communities for a chance to win a college scholarship and other awards.
Students must have a strong interest in their communities and the environment. Project ideas must include innovative ideas on how to build sustainable communities. The projects must solve a community problem with the applicant being the lead project coordinator. Students must demonstrate an active role with the community sharing in the objective.
The scholarship is open to high school seniors and other students up to age 25 who will be attending a college for the first time as undergraduates. A grade point average of 3.0 or above is required. Candidates must also reside within 30 miles of a Cumberland Farms location.
The FIRST Robotics Competition is a chance for high school students age 9-12 to use their skills in science and technology to build a robot. Students entering the competition design and build their own robot that can perform tasks that will compete against other competitors. Students work on teams and get a taste of real world engineering.
The GE STAR Awards competition is open to high school seniors who are children of eligible GE employees and retirees worldwide. The award is a one-time only scholarship for a four-year college or two-year community college/vocational-technical school. Students studying engineering or business may apply for the GE Foundation Scholar-Leaders Program scholarship.
This scholarship is for doctoral students only. Candidates must not have had a previous long-term experience in Japan. The purpose of the scholarship is to foster academic study of Japan.
Students must be nominated by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) members or other students who are active with FIRST. Scholarships are for the first year of college and are not renewable. Scholarship recipients must attend an accredited Mechanical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering Technology program.
Candidates must have a valid driver's license. Students may enter the scholarship competition by submitting a video, artwork, essay or anything that focuses on safe motorcycle driving and encourages other students to think about safety when driving motorcycles. The purpose of the scholarship is to create more social awareness about motorcycle safety.
The purposes of the Skip Barber “Karts to Cars Scholarship” awards is to help continue the education and experience for winners who want to pursue a racing career. The goal of the scholarship program is to support the careers of future race car drivers through scholarships to the Skip Barber Seasonal Championships. This is considered an important first step toward the Mazda Road and Indy Ladder System.
Scholarship awards are based on financial need. Applicants must be of African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or Pacific Islander heritage with a grade point average of 3.0 or above. Scholarship recipients must be entering college as freshmen.
Eligible students must have a grade point average of 2.5 or above. They must also demonstrate that they have regularly participated in charitable activities or volunteer service in school, church, or community organizations. Sixteen scholarships are awarded every year.
Scholarships are renewable every year for up to four years. Applicants must be children of active employees as well as retirees of Chevron and its wholly owned subsidiaries. Children must attend full time a college, university, or vocational school.
The purpose of the Bluetooth Breakthrough Awards Program is to reward the best entries in the categories of products, applications, prototypes and student projects utilizing Bluetooth wireless technology. All entries must be original work that incorporates Bluetooth technology.
Applicants must plan to attend college full-time as an undergraduate student pursuing a degree. They may choose to attend any accredited non-profit two- or four-year college or university within the U.S., Canada or Mexico.
Students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above. The scholarship includes a summer internship at Morgan Stanley. Students receive the scholarship money in their junior or senior year of college after successfully completing the summer internship program. The summer internships are with Morgan Stanley Corporate Treasury, Financial Control Group, Human Resources, Internal Audit, Operations, Risk Management or Technology divisions.
Applicants must be current high school (or home-schooled) seniors, must be U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents, must be planning to pursue a degree at an accredited university or college, and must have a minimum 3.0 GPA at the end of their junior year of high school.