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:
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.
Students may enter the scholarship competition by submitting an essay of 250 words or less on the subject of the number 5 and why that number is important to them. Since the deadline for this scholarship is the 5th month, or May, students can use humor and creativity to create their essays based on the number 5.
Eligible students must have financial need, a grade point average of 3.0 or above, and ACT score of 19 or higher. The scholarship can only be used at partnering colleges and universities. Financial need is defined as family taxable income of $75,000 or less and assets in the low to moderate range.
Students may be eligible for any one of several scholarships offered through 10,000 Degrees. Two-year and four-year college degree programs are available. Some may be designed for particular ethnic groups, such as The Asian Scholarship Fund. Others may be for students from specific high schools or high schools within certain counties. Still other scholarships are designed for students pursuing certain fields of study, such as science, technology, engineering and math. Minimum grade point averages may be required.
The scholarship is for promising high school students in the top 10 percent of their class who are currently attending a public, parochial or private school in New York City. Students are selected based on their academic achievement, financial need, commitment to their community and demonstrated success in overcoming obstacles.
Every year since 2009, the scholarship competition enables students from many colleges and universities across the country to earn money for college. Since its beginning, more than 1,500 college students from more than 100 different colleges and universities have participated in the program.
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.
Five scholarships are awarded every year. Selection is based on academic achievement, work experience related to occupational health and safety, and professional goals that relate to the applicant's desire for a career in occupational health and safety/industrial hygiene.
Applicants must be at least 14 years old and residents of the U.S. The contest consists of submitting an art design that would not only appeal to students in grades K-12 but could also appear on school supplies such as pencils, bookmarks, folders and other products. All artwork submitted should be fun designs and original work of the student.
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.
Applicants may enter the scholarship competition by submitting an essay that best describes in 250 words or less ten good reasons why they should be given a scholarship. Only one scholarship is awarded. The design of the scholarship was inspired by David Letterman's Top Ten List.
Home ownership is often called the American Dream. The purpose of the essay contest is to foster more thinking among young people about owning a home of their own one day. To enter the contest, students must submit an essay between 500-1000 words that answers one of three proposed essay questions. The essays will give students an opportunity to discuss their viewpoint on the importance of owning a home, or it can discuss their experience helping to build homes for others through Habitat For Humanity volunteer work.
Students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher in order to apply. Up to 80 scholarships are offered annually. Application period generally begins in November. Students are encouraged to check the sponsor's website each November for application information and requirements.
Applicants must complete an essay that addresses the question “How will a $3,000 scholarship for education make a difference in your life?” The essay must be 250 words or less and describe what education really means to them. All submissions must be original work.
Arizona State University offers a leading online education with world-class faculty and personalized instruction. The scholarship is offered to any Starbucks employee who works at one of the Starbucks U.S. support centers, plants or company-operated stores, including Teavana, La Boulange, Evolution Fresh and Seattle's Best Coffee stores. The program is for employees who do not yet have a bachelor's degree.
To apply, students need to submit an essay of no more than 250 words that describes a hero with superhuman powers. This essay requires imagination and opens the doors to creative thinking among students. Whether it is creating an imaginary world or using super powers to solve problems in our world, students' imaginations can earn them money for college.
Applicants must submit an essay about their dreams. Essays can be up to 250 words and can include any dream, whether it's a dream about what they want for their future, or about an unusual dream. One essay will be chosen to receive a scholarship that will make their educational dreams come true.
Applicants must submit an essay of no more than 250 words that addresses the topic of sweet and simple gifts. Essays must describe something they received as a gift and why it meant so much to them. Submissions will be judged by content, spelling and grammar.
Five different scholarships are offered. They include Urodynamics scholarship, Neurology scholarship, Clinical scholarship, and Research scholarship. Each scholarship will allow early career practitioners to spend up to one month at an accredited specialist center.