Senior Care Aging Matters Scholarship - Deadline: May 15 Amount: $1,500. Must be an existing college student or incoming freshman and attending any 2 year or 4 year accredited college or university as a full-time student. Click here. Jameela Jamil x I Weigh Scholarship - Deadline: May 18 Amount: $5,000. For students who can create art, song, or other creative expression detailing who they are and how they use their voice in society. Apply here. Bryan Cameron Education Foundation - Deadline: May 20 Amount: Full tuition scholarship (actual dollar amount is TBD depending on student’s school choice). This prestigious scholarship is offered to high school students who have a minimum GPA of 3.7, who excel in extracurricular activities, and who exhibit strong leadership skills. Apply here. Hospital Safety Awareness Scholarship - Deadline: May 20 Amount: $1,000. For seniors who want to explain their ideas about how to make hospitals safer. Apply here. Smart Owl Scholarship - Deadline: May 29 Amount: $7,000. No essay required! Open to any student. Apply here. Irene Adler Prize - Deadline: May 30 Amount: $1,000. For seniors pursuing degrees in journalism, creative writing, or literature. Apply here. Lime Connect Pathways Scholarship - Deadline: May 30 Amount: $1,000. For seniors who identify as having a disability / invisible disability. Apply here. PGLAG Scholarship - Deadline: May 30 Amount: $500. Write about how you have supported gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender individuals or programs. Apply here. Authentic ID Scholarship - Deadline: May 30 Amount: $25,000. For seniors with a GPA of 2.5 or higher and a desire to heighten national awareness about human trafficking and child exploitation. Apply here. Nitro Scholarship - Deadline: May 31 Amount: $2,000. For seniors who are enrolled in a college. Apply here. Feeding Tomorrow Freshman Scholarship - Deadline: May 31 Amount: $1,000. For students enrolled in college and pursuing a discipline related to the science of food. Apply here. Niche 2K No Essay College Scholarship - Deadline: May 31 Amount: $2,000. For students who are attending college next year. No essay required! Apply here. College Scholarship for High School Students - Deadline: May 31 Amount: $10,000. For any citizen in the United States; no essay required! Apply here. Cappex Easy Money Scholarship - Deadline: May 31 Amount: $1,000. No essay required; applicants will be evaluated based on extracurriculars. Apply here. Full Circle Scholarship - Deadline: May 31 Amount: $15,000. For seniors who are registered as enrolled members of federal or state recognized tribes or who have parents and/or grandparents who are enrolled tribal members. Apply here. College Is Power (C.I.P.) Scholarship - Deadline: May 31 Amount: $1,000. For seniors who are enrolled or planning to enroll in college. Write a 150-word essay on “what is the primary goal for going to school?” Apply here. Brown Kiley: Individual and Family Scholarship - Deadline: May 31 Amount: $1,000. For seniors with a minimum 2.0 GPA and who can submit a short essay response to the prompt question. Click here. SmarterCollege Scholarship - Deadline: May 31 Amount: $1,000. For high school seniors enrolled in college for the fall. No essay required! Apply here.
Milton Fisher Scholarship Four year scholarship of up to $20,000 for innovative and creative high school students from the NYC metro area. Apply for this scholarship if you are . . . •a student who has solved an artistic, scientific, or technical problem in a new or unusual way •a student who has come up with a distinctive solution to problems faced by your school, community or family Apply at:www.rbffoundation.org LUCHA LATINA SCHOLARSHIP! Eligibility: * Must be a high school senior on track for graduation in the Broward or Miami Dade *Must identify as a Hispanic Latina woman *Must provide proof of acceptance to a 2-year or 4 year university prior to receipt of award *Have a minimum 3.0 GPA unweighted on a 4.0 scale Please email the submission to the following- firstname.lastname@example.org
The following documents must be submitted - *scholarship application and essay responses *official or unofficial transcript *proof of college acceptance - such proof includes but not limited to a : a screenshot of a college acceptance letter, a college acceptance email or a letter from your school's counselor. -Please note while submitting your application if you're still pending a response from your university/college Please access the following links to learn more- https://www.luchalatina.com/scholarship
B. Davis Scholarship $1,000 scholarship available for winner of essay that asks: “Describe the three characteristics of leadership you value most. Discuss why you believe that these traits are so important and how you feel that they are developed in an individual Apply at: https://www.unigo.com/scholarships/all/b--davis-scholarship/1004653
We Are the Students Essay Contest Amount: $500 (Honorable Mentions), $1,250 (Runner Ups), $5,000 (1st place) Prompt: What does civil discourse mean to you? Civil discourse is a concept that goes beyond a simple dictionary definition, and understanding it involves a combination of personal experience and ‘big ideas.’ Perhaps it is something you recognize from an occurrence in your own life. Maybe you can easily recognize when it is missing. Differing perspectives are a key part of learning, of democracies, and of civil society. For this essay, we ask you not only share your comprehension of what civil discourse is meant to be but to also relate what it looks like when it works – and when it doesn’t – and why. Perhaps you will choose to include mention of a time when you, yourself, were part of an exchange intended to understand something – how did you go about it? We encourage you to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what you write. A good essay will demonstrate how civil discourse is not just an abstract idea, but is, in fact, action inspired by constitutional principles, and demonstrated through civic virtues. We want to know what you think civil discourse truly means. More information: https://billofrightsinstitute.org/engage/students-programs-events/scholarship/
Greater NY Chinese Dollars for Scholars - Scholarship Details: Scholarships are for high school seniors of Chinese Descent entering college in the Fall. Wonton Scholarship is open to students nationwide. Please apply for only one of the scholarship categories listed. We will consider you for other scholarship categories for which you are eligible. A. 6 Wonton Foods Achievement Scholarships: 4 year scholarships for children of persons working in the Asian Restaurant business (Total amount- $20000) B. 2 need based scholarships: four year need based scholarships (total is $20,000). C. 6 Merit scholarships Four-year scholarships for $1000 per year (Total is $4000). D. 2 new immigrant scholarships (students arriving in the USA after 1/1/16. Four-year new immigrant scholarships for $1000. Total is $4000. Distribution method- A check will be sent directly to the full discretion of the award committee. Selection method- * Must be a full-time student.
Evidence of student’s outstanding academic performance. Must have a 3.5 or higher GPA.
Extracurricular/Community Service: Should have demonstrated leadership participating in school clubs or community.
One letter of recommendation: Must provide letter of recommendation from someone who has personal knowledge of the student such as a teacher or student advisor.
Personal statement regarding student’s goals and aspirations and reason for applying and obstacles overcome by the student if applicable.
Financial needs will be considered based on FAFSA EFC and college financial aid award letter. If unavailable, tax returns or other proof of financial need may be accepted.
Students applying for the Wonton Food Scholarship should include w2/tax return or other proof of parent or legal guardian's working in the Asian restaurant business in US for at least one year and proof of court appointed legal guardianship.