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Current college, graduate school or adult learners.
Applicants must be pan-Asian and undocumented living in the U.S. Applicants must demonstrate financial need. For the Higher Education & Leadership categories, applicant must be enrolled in college or entering college in the Fall.
12th Graders, College Undergraduates, and Graduate Students. No application is required. The contest is open to students worldwide, except where void or prohibited by law.
Established by the American Sephardi Federation, the Broome and Allen Scholarship is for undergraduate and graduate students of Sephardic descent who are focusing their college education on Sephardic studies. High school seniors, college undergraduates, college graduate students, and those working on research projects are eligible to apply for the scholarship. Candidates are not required to be citizens of the United States, but they must be completing all of their studies in the U.S.
The Charles & Lucille King Family Foundation undergraduate scholarships of up to $3,500 per academic year are awarded to juniors and seniors studying television and film production at accredited 4-year, degree-granting U.S. colleges and universities. Applications and all support materials must be received no later than March 15 for the following academic year.
Applicant must be an incoming freshman or current, full-time undergraduate at a four-year college or university, have parent or self currently or formerly employed at an Asian-owned or Asian cuisine restaurant, demonstrate community advocacy and social justice work on behalf of Asian American, immigrant, gay and lesbian and/or other progressive causes, have a minimum 3.0 GPA and have financial need. No citizenship status requirement.
The Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund aids people active in movements for social and economic justice. These need-based scholarships are awarded to students who are able to do academic work at the college or university level and who are active in the progressive movement. Early recipients worked for civil rights, against McCarthyism and for peace in Vietnam. Recent grantees have been active in the struggle against racism, sexism, homophobia and other forms of oppression; building the movement for economic justice; and creating peace through international anti-imperialist solidarity. Applicants must have participated in activities in the US, and there is a strong preference for applicants who plan on working in this country.
Applicant must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment at an accredited U.S college or university and submit an essay regarding their opinions of the benefits or drawbacks of driverless vehicles on the economy and society at large.
Our legal team at DiBella Law Offices, P.C., believes that tomorrow’s future begins with today’s youth. That is why we are, once again, offering a $500 scholarship to a diligent and deserving college student or high school senior in the U.S. Tomorrow’s leaders aren’t born; they are nurtured. We hope this scholarship shapes a future leader we can all be proud of! This is a one-time, non-renewable scholarship to be used for post-secondary education purposes. Any materials received after the specified due date will not be eligible for consideration.
Applicant must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a full-time student, in a four-year or two-year institution in the U.S. or U.S. territories, and demonstrate a verifiable need for financial support. At least one parent must be of Hispanic ancestry. Recipients must also be available to attend the National USHLI Conference.
The National Scholarship Award will cover your tuition and fees up to a maximum of $16,500 for an associate degree and $33,000 for a bachelor’s degree. The two partner colleges in Colorado are MSU Denver and the Community College of Denver. Please note that some Scholars may be eligible for an additional stipend of up to $5,000 (or $1,000 per year) for books, supplies, and transportation. The award is renewable each year – you simply have to meet the continuing eligibility criteria.
For high school graduates who live in targeted, locked-out states that do not offer in-state tuition to DREAMers – or bar you from attending state colleges and universities altogether. (In other words, the Opportunity Scholarship is NOT available in Colorado.) You need to have DACA or TPS status and be admitted to one of the Opportunity Partner Colleges to receive this scholarship. The Scholarship is for up to $80,000 to cover tuition, fees, and on-campus housing and meals for a bachelor’s degree.
The Dwayne Graves Online Entrepreneur Spirit Scholarship is a highly competitive award for high school and college students interested in entrepreneurship. Studying in the fields of Business, Marketing, Computer Science, Communications, or IT are recommended but not required. Show us the spirit that will help you succeed in creating a winning video! Show us the spirit that will help you succeed in life! This is a $500 scholarship and is awarded on December 20th of each year.
The contest is open to registered undergraduate full-time Juniors or Seniors at accredited four-year colleges or universities in the United States during the Fall Semester. The essay must be the original, unpublished work of one student. Only one essay per student per year may be submitted.
In order to be considered as an applicant for the eRowz scholarship, students should be attending, or about to attend a college or university course. In addition, they should have completed at least 15 credit hours in their area of learning. Students can be supported at degree, masters or Ph.D. level, and all major specialisms are acceptable. To narrow down the selection process, eRowz will examine the contributions a student has already made to their field of study, look at their extra curricula achievements and finally, ask each applicant to write an essay. In this reflective piece, applicants should provide an explanation for their interest in the topic, and suggest ways their work can be used to create practical real world solutions.
This scholarship is for students who are or have been in foster care, or who are orphans. To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must have been in public or private foster care for a minimum of 12 consecutive months at the time of their 18th birthday; OR have been adopted or placed into legal guardianship from foster care after their 16th birthday; OR they must have been orphaned for at least one year at the time of their 18th birthday. Applicants must have been accepted into or expect to be accepted into an accredited, Pell-eligible college or other post-secondary school. Applicants must be under the age of 25 on March 31 of the year in which they first apply. Applicants must have been in foster care or orphaned while living in the United States; however, US citizenship is not required. Applications open January 15th.
Applicants can be current high-school students or recent graduates not enrolled in a four-year undergraduate program. Community college students are welcome to apply. Applicants must be eligible for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals).
Applicants must demonstrate leadership through academic achievements and campus/community activities, be Science, Technology, Engineering or Math related majors, must have an overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher, be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program for the preceding fall semester, at an accredited 2-yr or 4-yr college/university in the U.S. or its territories, and be of Hispanic origin and/or must significantly participate in and promote organizations and activities in the Hispanic community.
The Scholarship Program is open to all full-time undergraduate students who are entering their Junior or Senior Year of their undergraduate study in the Fall. If the student is in a program that is not a 4-year program, they are eligible if they will be entering either their final year of undergraduate study or their second-to-last year of undergraduate study in the Fall of 2014. Additionally, students must be enrolled in an accredited institution in a program of study that prepares them for a career in health care. Examples of qualifying degree programs include, but are not limited to pre-medicine, nursing, public/community health, physical therapy, occupational therapy, pharmacy, biology, chemistry, psychology, social work, dentistry, and optometry. Students eligible to be considered for the award must demonstrate financial need. Financial need will be determined using information provided by the school’s Financial Aid office on the form provided in the scholarship application materials. Students must also meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress standards set by their institution and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher (on a 4.0 scale).
Specific eligibility varies by scholarship. Have plans to enroll full-time at a two- or four-year U.S. accredited institution.
Specific eligibility varies by scholarship. Have plans to enroll full-time at a two- or four-year U.S. accredited institution.
Applicant must plan to graduate from a U.S. high school in spring, intend to enroll in an accredited 4-year college beginning in the fall, earn a cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.5 or above, SAT combined math and critical reading score of 1200 or above and/or ACT composite score of 26 or above, and demonstrate significant unmet financial need. Will consider applicants with family income up to $95,000.
Be a current student at an accredited U.S. community college or two-year institution with sophomore status or a recent graduate. Applicant must plan to enroll full time in a baccalaureate program at an accredited college or university in the fall, have a cumulative undergraduate grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale (or the equivalent), demonstrate unmet financial need and have not previously been nominated for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.
Scholarships are awarded to undergraduate and graduate students who have greater than average financial need. Consideration is given to conditions or experiences that render the student disadvantaged (poor high school/undergraduate preparation, due to poverty, etc.) Applicants should be planning a career in nuclear science, nuclear engineering, or a nuclear-related field and be enrolled or planning to enroll in a college or university located in the United States, but need not be U.S. citizens.
Our $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to one college student who has battled leukemia or whose life has been affected by it.
Hispanic undergraduate applicants who have a cumulative GPA of 2.80 out of a 4.0 GPA scale. No GPA mentioned for graduate applicants. Applicants must have completed at least one full-time year of study for undergraduate applicants, and at least one full-time semester of study for graduate applicants. Eligible degrees include: all Bachelor degrees, Master of Arts, Master of Science, Master of Public Administration/Policy, Master of Social Work, Master of Education, and Master of Divinity.
Colorado Resident – determined by having a permanent address in Colorado, Hispanic Heritage and/or actively involved in the Hispanic community, Minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average. Recipients are required to fulfill 10 hours of community service during year of funding at your college/university. Service provided at or for LAEF will qualify to satisfy this requirement and is strongly encouraged.
The Lead Roster B2B Sales & Marketing Scholarship is a highly competitive award for high school and college students interested in sales & marketing. Unlike most scholarships which require a simple essay and “good luck” to win, the Lead Roster scholarship puts the tools for winning in your hands by judging your entry on your ability to market and sell your own ideas!
Microsoft awards tuition scholarships and conference scholarships each year to encourage students to pursue studies in Computer Science and related STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) disciplines. Recipients for both scholarships will be awarded in recognition of their demonstrated passion for technology, academic excellence, and leadership while working to push the software industry forward.
This scholarship is not a traditional scholarship focused on rewarding academic achievement and financial need. Its specific goal is to reward and encourage innovative and creative problem solving. The scholarship aims to honor students who excel as creative problem-solvers and to help make their higher education goals more accessible.
This scholarship is for graduating high school seniors and current college students who are of Iranian descent. To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must have a 3.0 GPA. Scholarships are available regardless of citizenship or country of residency. All students at undergraduate, graduate, or PhD levels may apply. Students planning to attend or attending universities in Iran are encouraged to apply for these scholarships.
To be eligible for the Music Skanner Scholarship, each applicant must be an undergraduate student or high school student transitioning to college, have a minimum GPA of 2.5, attending a post secondary, accredited institution or planning to attend, plan to attend school for entire academic year (beginning in the fall, 12 credit hours per quarter), completed 20 hours of “active” community service within past 12-months with certified documentation, and have leadership involvement.
Sweepstakes is open to persons holding currently valid status as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals who are at least (18) years of age or older as of the date of entry. Must be enrolled at a college or university or trade school.
Each of the following criteria is weighed equally when NAHJ considers which students to select as scholarship recipients: commitment to the field of journalism; academic achievement; financial need; and awareness of the Latino community.
The scholarship essay contest is designed for students who are full time, undergraduate students in an American college or university during the Spring semester of the current year. American citizenship is not required.
This scholarship is for students who are involved in the LGBTQ community (students do not need to self-identify with the LGBTQ community to qualify). To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must demonstrate very strong academic performance, proven leadership skills, and desire to make a difference in the world. Scholarships are awarded based on marginalization, financial need, academic achievement, personal merit, leadership, involvement in the LGBTQ community, professional experiences, and personal and future goals. The program is open to all college students regardless of citizenship, but recipients must attend accredited institutions within the United States.
In addition to a demonstrated passion for community engagement and a full commitment to the Puksta Scholars Program, an applicant must also: Be a full-time student (defined as at least 12 credit hours per semester). Have a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA. Meet MSU Denver’s institutional financial aid satisfactory academic progress (SAP) requirements. Not be in default or owe any refund/repayment of federal, state, or institutional aid. Have a final high school transcript on file with the Office of Admissions, indicating graduation or proof of successful completion of a GED.
Applicant must be an undocumented high school senior or GED graduate who will enroll for the first time in an accredited college or university in the U.S or Puerto Rico.
Eligibility: Applicants to the Scholarship America Dream Award must: Be at least 17 years of age, be U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents (holders of a Permanent Resident card), or individuals granted deferred action status under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), have received a high school diploma or the equivalent from a U.S. school by September of the corresponding year, have completed or expect to successfully complete a minimum of one full year of postsecondary education by June of the corresponding year, plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at the sophomore year level or higher at an accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school in the United States for the entire academic year, be studying to obtain an associate’s or first bachelor’s degree, have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or its equivalent), demonstrate financial need.
A full tuition scholarship for a woman seeking an undergraduate degree in science, engineering, or math, funded by Cards Against Humanity. The winner of the Science Ambassador Scholarship will receive full tuition coverage for up to four years.
Applicants must be studying entomology or related discipline. Nominees/candidates will be judged using the following criteria for a total of 60 points: An undergraduate student majoring in entomology or related discipline at a college or university in the United States, Canada or Mexico (10), have need based on physical limitation, economic, minority or environmental condition (10), recommendation of professors, advisors, etc. (10), enthusiasm, interest and achievement in entomology or related disciplines (10), notable academic plans (10), and impact of need (10).
Ted Rollins and TXG Capital award a $1,000 scholarship twice each year to one talented student who is majoring in a field related to sustainability. This money may be used to pay for tuition, books or living expenses.
Scholarship limited to institutions in USA/Australia. All majors are eligible. Participant should be at least 13 years of age. Essay should be well researched 800 words article, Non Plagiarized and grammatically correct.
Minimum college grade point average (GPA) of not less than the equivalent of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Must have completed at least two and a half academic years of full-time college work at the time of application, and must be currently enrolled at an accredited college or university in the United States or its territories, working towards a bachelor’s degree, and plan to continue to be enrolled in the subsequent academic year. Interested in pursuing a career in the aerospace field. Entering senior year in the 2015-2016 academic year. Must be female, of any citizenship or nationality.