If you are a college student or high school senior interested in fashion design, merchandising, visual presentation, or fashion marketing, Soft Surroundings invites you to apply for this scholarship. To enter, students must submit an essay explaining who inspired them to purse this field of study.
Siddhi Yoga is committed to providing yogis all over the world tips and tricks for advancing their yoga practice and taking it to the next level. Siddhi Yoga believes in community and believes that education should be accessible to everyone. In support of their community, they offer a scholarship to any student in high school or college. Each student must submit an essay outlining how yoga has impacted their life.
To apply for this scholarship, applicants must read an essay about automatic fire sprinklers and then take an online test about it. Home school students may apply as long as their course of study is equivalent to that of a senior in high school.
This scholarship is for daughters and sons of active or retired Teamster members who have at least twelve months of consecutive membership in good standing. To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must be high school seniors who plan to attend an accredited college, university, trade, or business school. To apply for this scholarship, applicants must submit their SAT/ACT scores and an essay on how unions can motivate youth and women to become involved in the union movement.
This scholarship is for high school juniors, high school seniors, and college students. To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must have a 2.5 GPA and be US citizens. One scholarship is awarded each month.
- This program is no longer being offered.
Deadline is in mid May
The Samsung Techwin America Scholarship is for high school students. To enter applicants must submit a 300 word essay on: How will technology enable the collaboration process in the future?
Deadline is in late June
The Automotive Hall of Fame Scholarship is for high school seniors and college students with an interest in the automotive field and financial need. In addition to the eligibility requirements listed below, you need to write an essay describing your career goals and objectives for the next five years.
Unique scholarships compensate unique hobbies, such as duck calling or speaking in Klingon, and are less competitive than needs-based or more high-profile scholarships. For example, not many people have a passion for creating prom attire out of duct tape. Consider your special qualities, and look into contacting local organizations that fit your profile. If you are looking into a field that is unique, look to your community for the field-relevant award you are pursuing. Look beyond your college application and your grades, and you may be eligible for funding in more than one place.
Scholarships commonly target specific age groups or grade levels. These range from “high school juniors born in a particular calendar year” to “anyone currently enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate or professional program”. By limiting eligibility requirements to a specific population, scholarship providers are making sure that students are competing at an equal grade level.
The road to a college degree is paved with countless detours for the average student but if you're the first in your family to choose that path, you should expect a road with even more twists and turns. There are scholarship designated to help first-in-family students in their academic pursuits.
There are hundreds of thousands of dollars available every year in scholarship awards for hardworking students eager to pursue their educational and professional goals. Begin your search for suitable scholarship programs by narrowing your focus from general studies to your specific career goals, and target those scholarship programs that best match your professional interests and your status as a student. With a bit of research you will soon find the scholarship program that will help you to realize your dreams of a higher education.
This scholarship is for high school seniors and current, full-time college freshmen, sophomores, and juniors in the United States. To apply, applicants must complete a brief survey and then answer one of four given prompts in 500 words or less.
This scholarship is for high school seniors and college freshmen. To apply for this scholarship, applicants must submit an essay of 500 words or less addressing an idea about what the future of banking includes.