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More opportunities & scholarships:

Please note:
*Scholarship applications can be mailed or delivered to HCEF 900 Emerson Rd, Brooksville, Fl 34601

Calling all Tampa Bay high school students! Entries are accepted Oct. 1, 2020 – May 10, 2021. 

Information:

Tampa Bay high school students are invited to submit original, unpublished short stories on the theme of Mars.

Mars has fascinated humanity for millennia. Tuesday and the month of March are both named after Mars. Countless books and movies have explored the possibilities of Mars and its inhabitants.

Scientists believe that water – with its potential for supporting life – was once plentiful on Mars. It is the only other planet in our solar system that is potentially habitable for humans.

2021 marks the 45th anniversary of NASA’s Viking Project, the first U.S. mission to land a spacecraft safely on Mars and return images of the surface. Three separate missions are currently on their way to Mars, and crewed missions are being planned by both governments and private corporations..

Stories may be set…

…in the past (What if the U.S. and the Soviet Union had continued the Space Race from the Moon to Mars? What if the Viking rovers had discovered evidence of life back in the 1970s?)

…in the present (What challenges must astronauts, scientists and engineers overcome in order to send humans to Mars? Should human space exploration be spearheaded by governments or corporations?)

…or in the future (How will future Mars settlers differ from Earth residents? What kind of society will they build?)

For more information please visit: Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing Award (tampabay.com)

*An Annual Writing Contest For Tampa Bay Area High Schools*

An annual writing contest for Tampa Bay high school students.
Entries accepted Oct. 1, 2020 – May 10, 2021
Tampa Bay high school students are invited to submit original, unpublished short stories on the theme of Mars.

Mars has fascinated humanity for millennia. Tuesday and the month of March are both named after Mars. Countless books and movies have explored the possibilities of Mars and its inhabitants.

Scientists believe that water – with its potential for supporting life – was once plentiful on Mars. It is the only other planet in our solar system that is potentially habitable for humans.

2021 marks the 45th anniversary of NASA’s Viking Project, the first U.S. mission to land a spacecraft safely on Mars and return images of the surface. Three separate missions are currently on their way to Mars, and crewed missions are being planned by both governments and private corporations..

Stories may be set…

…in the past (What if the U.S. and the Soviet Union had continued the Space Race from the Moon to Mars? What if the Viking rovers had discovered evidence of life back in the 1970s?)

…in the present (What challenges must astronauts, scientists and engineers overcome in order to send humans to Mars? Should human space exploration be spearheaded by governments or corporations?)

…or in the future (How will future Mars settlers differ from Earth residents? What kind of society will they build?)

“For complete official rules and to enter. The contest is open to all students over the age of 13 in grades 9-12 in public, private and home schools in Citrus, Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco and Pinellas counties. Stories must be previously unpublished and unsold. There is no fee to enter, and no limit to the number of stories a student may submit.” Click here.

  • This scholarship will be awarded to three high school seniors from Hernando County, Florida

Essay Topic: 
What is going to be the most important challenge for our society over the next 10 years and why?

Submission: 
Fill out the application in the link below and submit to:
marykaye@thefllawfirm.com
OR Mail To:
Whittel & Melton, LLC
Attn:  Scholarship Committee
11020 Northcliffe Blvd
Spring Hill, FL 34608

For the application, click here.

For more information on Whittel & Melton, LLC, click here.

Guidelines:
(A student may be a senior in a high school or currently accepted at a recognized university or college.)
(He or she may be a freshman, sophomore, or junior student presently enrolled at a renowned college or university to qualify for the Marc Ravenscroft grant.)
(The student must submit an essay of approx 700-800 words titled, “How Do You Cope with the Higher Education Fees in the US and Challenge the Student Loan Problem?”)

Submission:
(All submissions for the Marc Ravenscroft grant should be made via an email, with a word file attached, as well as an email sent to info@marcravenscroftgrant.com
Kindly provide the following details with the essay submission. )
(Full Name)
(Mailing Address)
(Phone Number)
(School Graduation Date (YYYY.MM.DD))
(College or university you’re are now applying, or accepted at, or enlisted)
(Email Address)
(Most recent GPA)
(Your bio, in not more than 270 characters)

For more information on The Marc Ravenscroft Grant Program, click here.

“IvyPanda.com provides $1500 in scholarships annually for talented students who demonstrate mastery of essay writing. Scholarships will be awarded to two winners: the winner will receive $1,000; the runner-up prize is $500.”

Eligibility: 
“We will accept submissions from current high school, college, or university students from any country. The winners will be required to send us proof of their academic status or enrollment.”

Essay:
Write an essay on ONE of the following topics:
* The Impact of COVID-19 on Education
* Socializing Safely During the Pandemic
* What COVID-19 Has Taught Us About Environmental and Energy Consciousness
Essay Requirements:
* Have a word count of 500-700 words (excluding title, header, and works cited page)
* Be written in the US or UK English
* Be 100% plagiarism-free
* Be submitted in .doc or .docx format
* Follow MLA style to format the paper and cite sources (download our MLA checklist to check your formatting)
* Have three or more sources cited on the Works Cited page
* The filename should be [IvyPanda Writing Contest_Last Name]

Submission: 
Submit your essay along with the following information to: scholarship@ivypanda.com
* Follow our FacebookTwitter or Instagram; like and share the post with the contest description pinned on our social media pages.
* The email subject must be: “IvyPanda Writing Contest Submission”
Include:
* Your essay
* The screenshot proving that you followed our social media
* The screenshot of the post with the contest description shared on your social media
* The answer to the question: “Where did you find out about the IvyPanda Contest?”

For more information on the IvyPanda Annual Essay Writing Contest Scholarship, click here.

“The Brian C. Jensen Grant is a renowned Grant awarded to a Danish student who boasts of an exceptional academic record and unique skills.”

Requirements:
(Essay Topic: ‘Business and Economic Lessons that the US Could Learn from Denmark’)

Submission:
Please submit your essay in a word document to info@briancjensengrant.com containing:
(Complete Name)
(Phone Number)
(Mailing Address)
(Email Address)
(Graduation Date (YYYY.MM.DD))
(The accredited or acknowledged university or college you are presently enrolled at.)
(Your existing GPA)

For more information on The Brian C. Jensen Grant, click here.

“The Brian C. Jenson Scholarship is a well-known and prized fellowship awarded to an outstanding and immensely talented Danish student with innovative ideas and the full potential to revolutionize the present global stage.”

Requirements:
(Write an essay with a word count of 800. Topic: ‘How Does Denmark’s Economic Policies Compare to the US?’)

Submission:
Please submit your essay in a word document to info@briancjensenscholarship.com containing:
(Name)
(Phone Number)
(Mailing Address)
(Email Address)
(Graduation Date (YYYY.MM.DD))
(The accredited or acknowledged university or college you are presently enrolled at.)
(Your existing GPA)

For more information on The Brian C. Jensen Scholarship, click here.

“Christopher Frederic Veale is an entrepreneur, investor, and a philanthropist with a passion for providing access.  He knows that the issue of access to quality higher education and consequently opportunities is one of the most pervasive issues plaguing minority communities today.  This is why he founded the Christopher Veale Scholarship to reward dedicated students with the aid necessary to continue pursuing their dreams.”

Guidelines:
* High school senior currently accepted at an accredited college or university
* Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior student currently enrolled at an accredited college or university.
* Minimum gpa of 3.0 weighted*
* Identify as a member of a disenfranchised and/or minority group.  Including but not limited to: American Indian/Alaskan Native, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Asian.
* Submit an essay of 500-800 words answering the following question:
What is one challenge that you or your family has had to overcome, and what steps did you take to overcome the obstacles you faced?

Applying:
Submit the following in an email with your attached essay in a word document to: ChristopherVealeScholarship@gmail.com
* First and Last Name
* Phone Number
* Mailing Address
* Email Address
* Current or most recent weighted gpa
* If you are still in high school, please provide your graduation date (MM/DD/YYYY)

For more information on The Christopher Veale Scholarship, click here.

“The Robert Trosten Grant was developed solely for the praiseworthy students in the US so that they can pursue higher education for a winning career. The grant money is one-time financial assistance for these students.”

Guidelines:
(The student might be a senior in a high school or at this time accepted at an acknowledged US university or college.)
(Since advanced education fees are increasing time after time, Robert Trosten Grant is a one-time financial aid for students pursuing higher education in the US.)
(The candidate should submit an essay of about 700-850 words titled, “Students with Neurological Disabilities: what are the major issues they might have in an average US university”.)

Essay Topic: “Students with Neurological Disabilities: what are the major issues they might have in an average US university”

Submission: Send an email to info@roberttrostengrant.com with the following attached:
(Complete Name)
(Mailing Address)
(Email Address)
(Phone Number)
(College or university you’re are now enlisted, or applying, or accepted at)
(GPA)
(Date of Graduation in YYYY.MM.DD format)
(270 characters bio)

For more information on The Robert Trosten Grant, click here.

“The Robert Trosten Scholarship program is a humanitarian initiative of this business leader, a noble cause to come to the assistance of the needy students in America who want to pursue higher studies in the country’s reputed colleges or universities.”

Essay:
Topic: “How can we adapt the school systems to make it more accessible for students with neurological disabilities?”
Word limit: 700 – 850 words.

Guidelines:
The student to be at present registered at one of the recognized and popular US colleges and universities.
All candidates must write an engaging, interesting, and informative essay of approx 750-850 words on the subject, “How can we adapt the school systems to make it more accessible for students with neurological disabilities?”

Submission: Please submit your essay in a word document with the following to info@roberttrostenscholarship.com:
(Telephone or Contact Number)
(Mailing Address)
(Email ID)
(Date of High School Graduation)
(University or College you at present registered, or have applied at, or whose application approved)
(Most recent GPA)
(Personal Bio-data in not more than 290 characters)

For more information on The Robert Trosten Scholarship, click here.

Requirements:
(A student could be a senior in a high school or at the present accepted at a familiar college or for that matter a university.)
(He or she could be a freshman, sophomore, as well as a junior student currently enrolled at an accredited and recognized educational institution to become qualified for the Mike Giannulis grant money.)
(He or she must submit an elaborate and informative essay of approx 750-800 words on the topic, “Scaling Your Business – Six Stages of It and How to Succeed?”)

How to apply:
All essay submissions for the Mike Giannulis Grant should be made via email, with a Word file attached, and the same sent to info@mikegiannulisgrant.com.
Provide the following when submitting your application:
(First and Last Name)
(Contact Number)
(Mailing Address)
(Email Address)
(School Graduation Date)
(College or university you’re are currently applying, or accepted at, or enrolled)
(Most recent GPA)

For more information on the Michael Giannulis Grant, click here.

Eligibility:
(The candidate must be currently registered at one of the accredited and popular US colleges or universities in the country.)
(The student should be a freshman, sophomore, or junior.)
(All candidates should write an elaborate, interesting, and useful essay of approx 700-850 words on the subject, “How Do You Scale Your Business and Improve Operations?”)

Application:
The Michael Giannulis scholarship-based essay write-ups must be submitted through an email as an attached Word file to info@michaelgiannulisscholarship.com.
The following details need to be emailed together with the essay submissions:
(Telephone Number)
(Email ID)
(Mailing Address)
(High School Graduation Date)
(University or College you currently enrolled, or have applied at, or whose application approved)
(Most recent or Present GPA)
(Personal Bio-data in not more than 290 characters)

For more information on the Michael Giannulis Scholarship, click here.

Rules & Requirements: 
“Mesothelioma cancer claims the lives of thousands of people every year in the United States and its impact is felt for a lifetime by tens of thousands more people who are dear to them. Baron & Budd mesothelioma attorneys have been dedicated to fighting for the rights of mesothelioma cancer victims and their loved ones for over four decades and have established these scholarships to honor their legacy.”

Eligibility:
* Must be accepted to a US-based four-year university or college for any field of study (scholarship funds will be dispersed directly to your school)
* Must provide two letters of recommendation that specifically name the Baron & Budd Mesothelioma Cancer Victims Memorial Scholarship
* You may submit either a written essay or video
– Written essay must be between 800-1,250 words
– Video essay must be a 2-3 minute YouTube video
– YouTube videos must link back to: https://www.baronandbudd.com/mesothelioma-lawyers/scholarships/
* Cannot be an employee or family member of an employee of Baron & Budd
* Deadline for submissions is July 16, 2021
* Scholarship winners will be announced August 13, 2021

Essay/Video Topics:
“How has cancer impacted your life? It can be any kind of cancer.”

“Mesothelioma cancers, as well as other terminal cancers, have an impact well beyond the victim alone. How has receiving a cancer diagnosis for you or your loved one impacted your life? How did it impact you while your loved one was fighting their illness? What hardships did you or your family experience? How will this scholarship help you to reach your academic goals?”

How to apply:
1 Write your essay or record your video | Essay must be between 800-1,250 words. Videos should be at between 2 and 3 minutes.
2 Fill out the online application | Submit your essay or provide a link to your YouTube video. Please also submit a photo.
3 Provide proof of enrollment | Finalists will be required to provide proof of enrollment for scholarship consideration and disbursement to the winner.

To fill out the application and to view more information on The Mesothelioma Lawyer Scholarship, click here.
To read the PDF, click here.

Essay/Video Topic:  
Topic: How has cancer impacted your life? It can be any kind of cancer.
– Essay must be between 800-1,250 words. Videos should be at between 2 and 3 minutes.

Eligibility: 
* Must be accepted to a US-based four-year university or college for any field of study (scholarship funds will be dispersed directly to your school)
* Must provide two letters of recommendation that specifically name the Baron & Budd Mesothelioma Cancer Victims Memorial Scholarship
* You may submit either a written essay or video
– Written essay must be between 800-1,250 words
– Video essay must be a 2-3 minute YouTube video
– YouTube videos must link back to – https://www.baronandbudd.com/mesothelioma-lawyers/scholarships/
* Cannot be an employee or family member of an employee of Baron & Budd
* Deadline for submissions is July 16, 2021
* Scholarship winners will be announced August 13, 2021

Submission: 
Please follow the directions provided in the application provided in the link below.

For the application and more information on the Mesothelioma Victim Memorial Scholarship, click here.

About: 
“DEAR is one of the premier ERP solution platforms in the UK, the USA, and Australia. We are dedicated to helping businesses get the best of ERP technology to get their operations in order. As a business that is innovative and progressive, we find it imperative to help future generations do better and add to the innovation and progress pool. Our annual scholarship aims at working to this effect”

Eligibility: 
* In case of high school students, parents’ or legal guardians’ written consent is mandatory.
* One individual can apply only once.
* Application evaluation is carried as DEAR’s discretion.
* The funds can be used for educational purposes ONLY.

Essay Topic:
“What are the Advantages of a Cloud ERP software over legacy on premises ERP software.”
* Essay must be a minimum of 1200 words.
* Should be in Word/Wordpad format
* No PDF is allowed
* The content should be original. Essays containing any plagiarism or duplicate content will be disqualified.
* Selections will be made on the basis of the strength of the essay as well as the overall candidature.

Submission:
Send your essay along and fill out the following on the link below:
* The applicant’s name and email address in the header
* Full name, phone number (mobile/fixed line), postal address
* School/college/university’s name
* Program that the applicant is pursuing

For more information on The DEAR Systems Scholarship Program and the application, click here.

Essay: 
* answer must contain 700-850 words
Topic: “What does it mean to be an entrepreneur in today’s modern world?”

Submission: 
Submit your essay as a Word DOC along with the following information to: info@markelenowitzscholarship.com
The following information must be submitted with your essay:
* First Name/Last Name
* Phone Number
* Mailing Address
* Email Address
If you currently attend high school, please provide:
* Graduation Date (MM.DD.YYYY)
* The University you will most likely attend
* Your current GPA
If you are currently a freshman/sophomore/junior, please provide:
* The name of the accredited University you are currently enrolled at
* A personal biography in 270 characters or less

For more information on The Mark Elanowitz Scholarship, click here.

Guidelines: 
* The student needs to be enrolled at one of the recognized US colleges or universities.
* The American student should be a sophomore, a junior, or a freshman, and at present an enrolled graduate.

Essay: 
“All students should write a detailed, informative, engaging, and interesting essay of approx 700-850 words on the topic,
What impact do you want to have in the sciences and medicine and how is your education relevant?””

Submission: 
Submit your essay in a Word document along with the following information to: info@jonathanbaktarischolarship.com
* Telephone or Contact Number
* Postal Address
* Email ID
* High School Graduation Date (YYYY.MM.DD)
* University or College you are at present enrolled, or have applied at, or whose application approved
* GPA
* Brief personal bio-data

For more information on The Jonathan Baktari MD Scholarship, click here.

The Custody X Change Giving Fund awards scholarships to single parents each year for undergraduate study.

Term Amount Deadline Awarded By
Summer $500 Apr 30 May 31
Fall $1000 Aug 31 Sep 30

Essay: 
Topic: How will you use your education to improve your family?”
* 400-500 words.

Eligibility Requirements:
* Have primary physical custody of one or more minor children
* Be enrolled full-time as an undergraduate at an accredited college or university
* Have a GPA of 3.0 or higher or be a first-semester student
* The scholarship is open to single parent students around the world. If you’re outside the US, you should have the equivalent of 3.0 GPA or higher on your university’s grading scale.

How To Apply: 
Send an email to scholarships@custodyxchange.com with the following and attach:
* Contact Details
* A 400 to 500 word essay, “How will you use your education to improve your family?”
* Your unofficial college transcript (or your admissions letter, if you’re in your first semester)

For more information on The Custody X Change Scholarship, click here.

Eligibility: 
“The educational award program is open to any student over the age of 18. You are welcome to apply for the Derm review scholarship from anywhere in the world as long as you are enrolled on a course or program of education or training. “

How to apply: 
“To apply for our Educational Scholarship Programme please tell us in 1000 words or less why you deserve to be awarded the Derm Review’s scholarship prize, what difference it would make to you and what you would spend it on. “
“Please submit your unique entry as a Word Document or PDF via email to editor@thedermreview.com and include the following information:”

  • Your full name and date of birth
  • Your postal address including your country of residence
  • Your email address
  • A contact number
  • The institution or educational provider you are enrolled at

For more information on The Derm Review’s Education Scholarship Programme and the terms and conditions, click here.

Eligibility:
Any student enrolled in a college in the United States is eligible to enter the competition.
Please note that due to the nature of this topic, it is encouraged that students studying computer sciences apply.

Submission Requirements: 

Write an article of a minimum of 1000 words on the topic: “Using Cloud Platforms to Host Websites (HubSpot, WordPress, Shopify, etc.).”
Any source of knowledge can be utilized, as long as you sight your sources. The article can focus on digital marketing, web development, social media marketing, or even web design.

To apply: 
Email your article to kate@hubbase.io with the following:
(Full name, current address and phone number)
(Name of the college you are attending)
(If under 18, please provide the information of your legal guardian)

For more information, click here.

“We are happy to announce that The Demaurio Clark Grant consists of an expert selection panel and a rigorous selection process that goes well beyond just reviewing transcripts and is dedicated identifying scholars who are bastions of innovation, dedicated to serving the community, and great potential future leaders.”

Essay Topic:
“How can the United States address the long-term economic consequences of the COVID-19 quarantine?”

Submission/Application Requirements: 
* Name
* Postal Address
* Email Address
* Phone Number
* Scholar at an acknowledged or accredited institute
* Date of Graduation (YYYY.MM.DD)
* The college, institute, and university that you are now enrolled at
* Your present GPA

Submission: 
Submit your application to: info@demaurioclarkgrant.com along with the application requirements and your essay.

For more information on The Clark Demaurio Grant, click here.

* 50 undergraduate students are rewarded this scholarship each year.

Eligibility: 
* Be a citizen of the U.S.A. or he should be a legal resident of the United States. He must produce documents to prove legal residence.
* Be enrolled in any recognized or registered private or public college or university.
* Must have parental approval to apply for the Demaurio Clark scholarship and accept the gift-money.

Essay topic:
“How can we ensure young adults have the necessary knowledge to be financially responsible?”

How to apply: Send an email with a Word document containing your essay and the following to info@demaurioclarkscholarship.com
* Full Name
* Mailing Address
* Email Address
* Phone Number
* Date of Graduation (YYYY.MM.DD)
* Your present GPA
* The official or recognized university or college you are currently enrolled at

For more information on The Demaurio Clark Scholarship, click here.

  • “This grant is, usually, awarded to the most deserving candidate in terms of academic excellence. “

Essay Topic: “What is the best enterprise idea you have?”

Requirements:
(The grant candidate may be a high school senior scholar currently registered in a reputed and accredited college, institution, or university.)
(The applicant may be a freshman, sophomore, or junior registered in a standard and accredited university or college.)

Submission:
Email your essay along with the following information to: info@ianmausnergrant.com
(First Name/Last Name)
(Contact Number)
(Mailing Address)
(Email Address)
(Scholar at a Registered or Accredited Institute)
(Graduation (YYYY.MM.DD))
(The accredited or registered institute, college, and university that you are now enrolled at)
(Your Current GPA)

For more information on The Ian Mausner Grant, click here.

Eligibility:
(Meritorious students presently pursuing graduate studies or even enrolled presently in full-time Master’s or involved in postgraduate research programs are eligible to apply for the prestigious Ian Mausner Scholarship.)

Essay Topic: “What do you plan to achieve in your professional life and how is your education important for that?”

Submission: Submit your essay in a Word Document along with the following information to: info@ianmausnerscholarship.com
(First and Last Name)
(Contact Number)
(Full Mailing Address)
(Email Address)
(Accurate Details of the present academic program:)
(The university (acknowledged or accredited) that you are pursuing a program in)
(Your graduation date in YYYY.MM.DD format)
(Your GPA at the time of application)

For more information on The Ian Mausner Scholarship, click here.

Eligible Candidates: 
“Students with excellent academic records currently pursuing their undergraduate studies, enrolled in a full-time graduate programs, or involved in postgraduate research programs may apply for this scholarship.”

Essay: 
“Applicants are required to submit an essay covering the following topic: “What do you plan to achieve in your professional life, and how will your education help you?” Please answer in 700-850 words.”

Submission:
To apply for this scholarship, please submit your essay (in the form of a WORD-DOC) attached to an email covering all necessary details listed below, and email all to info@johngiorgischolarship.com
Include the following:
– First and last name
– Contact number
– Mailing address
– Email address
– Accurate details of your current academic program
– The university where you are pursuing your program
– Graduation date in YYYY.MM.DD format
– GPA at the time of the application

For more information on THE JOHN GIORGI Scholarship, click here.

Eligibility: 
* The grant applicant or candidate can be a high school senior scholar who is presently registered in a well-known and accredited university, institution, or college.
* The grant applicant could also be a freshman, or sophomore or junior registered in a renowned and accredited institution, university, or even college.
* The grant candidates must submit all their essays with comprehensive and accurate details to Michael E Weintraub Esq via email at info@michaeleweintraubgrant.com.

Submission:
Submit your essay along with the following information to info@michaeleweintraubgrant.com
– First Name/Last Name
– Contact Number
– Mailing Address
– Email Address
– Scholar at a Registered or Recognized Educational Institution
– Graduation (YYYY.MM.DD)
– The accredited institute, college, or university that you are currently registered at
– Your Current GPA

For more information on The Michael E Weintraub Esq Grant, click here.

Eligibility: 
* Praiseworthy students currently pursuing graduate-level studies or even enrolled currently in a full-time Master’s Degree Program or pursuing postgraduate research programs can apply for the highly-acclaimed Michael E Weintraub Esq Scholarship.

Essay Topic: 
* “What is the goal you want to achieve in your professional life?”
– Restrict answer to a maximum of one page.

Submission: 
Submit your essay and the following information in a Word document to: info@michaeleweintraubscholarship.com
* Complete Name
* Contact Number
* Full Mailing Address
* Email Address
* Accurate Details of the Current Academic Program:
– The University (Registered or Accredited) Where You Are Doing A Program In
– Your Graduation Date Specifically In YYYY.MM.DD Format
– Your GPA at the Application Submission Time:

For more information on The Michael E Weintraub Esq Scholarship, click here.

Requirements: 
* The candidates must comply with some specific requirements while applying for the Arash Hadipour Niktarash Grant program.
* The student must be in a high school or college that is associated with a US-accredited or recognized university or college.
* The student must be enrolled currently at a standard college or university.
* The Arash Hadipour Niktarash Grant program will need the students to write the best essay and submit it, the topic being, “How can colleges and other higher education institutions best address the needs of their epileptic students?”

Submission:
Submit your essay in a Word document along with the following information to: info@arashhadipourniktarashgrant.com
– First Name/Last Name
– Phone Number
– Mailing Details
– Email Address
– Graduation Date
– The university or college you are planning to join or joined

For more information on The Arash Hadipour Niktarash Grant, click here.

Requirements: 
* The student must be in a high school or college that is affiliated to any US accredited or recognized college or university.
* The deserving candidate must be a freshman, sophomore, and junior registered presently at an accredited university or college.

Essay Topic: 
“What can be done to increase early diagnosis of epilepsy in kids?”

Application Submission: 
Submit your essay along with the following information to: info@arashhadipourniktarashscholarship.com
* First Name/Last Name
* Phone Number
* Mailing Details
* Email Address
* Graduation Year
* The college or university you are planning to enroll or already joined
* The current GPA

For more information on The Arash Hadipour Niktarash Scholarship, click here.

Eligibility: 
* Fill in precisely all the relevant details and promptly send your John Spach Scholarship application to us along with a well-written, creative, and original essay via an official email to John Spach for consideration and final review for the prestigious John Spach Grant.
* The grant applicant will be regarded as eligible provided he is currently a high school senior scholar listed in a reputed and accredited educational institution, college, or university.
* The grant applicant should currently be a ‘freshman’, or a ‘junior’, or a ‘sophomore’ enrolled in a highly-acclaimed and accredited university or college.
* The candidate for the prestigious John Spach Grant must submit the application and the essay through an official email at info@johnspachgrant.com.

Essay Topic: 
“How can the increase in student debt be addressed and solved?”

Submission:
Submit your essay along with the following information to: info@johnspachgrant.com
* First Name/Last Name
* Contact Number
* Mailing Address
* Email Address
* Scholar currently enrolled at a renowned and accredited institute
* Graduation (YYYY.MM.DD)
* The recognized or accredited educational institution, college, or university where you are at the moment enrolled.

For more information on The John Spach Grant, click here.

Eligibility: 
* The candidates should presently be enrolled at and pursuing studies at an accredited and recognized American college, institution, or university.
* John Spach Scholarship applicants should at least, be a ‘Junior’, or a ‘Sophomore’, or a ‘Freshman’, while a ‘Graduate’ is desirable.
* All candidates applying for the John Spach Scholarship are required to write an original, informative, and intriguing essay on a given topic within just 700 to 850 words.

Essay Topic: 
“What is the most impactful long-term consequence of the pandemic that universities and other educational institutions will have to deal with and how can they best handle it?”

Application Submission: 
Submit your essay along with the following information to: info@johnspachscholarship.com
* First Name and Last Name
* Telephone Number
* Full Mailing Address
* Email ID
* Date of High school Graduation (YYYY.MM.DD)
* University or College or institution you are currently enrolled in, or have submitted your application at, or where you have already been accepted.
* Details of the current academic program, specifically:
* Latest or Current GPA
* Personal Bio in a maximum of 290 characters

For more information on The John Spach Scholarship, click here.

“American Hat Makers believe in superior craftsmanship and traditional skills. They are renowned hat makers in the United States and have won a lot of appreciation and accolades because of our superlative range of hats.”

Eligibility Requirements: 
* Be a genuine citizen of the U.S.A or officially a legal resident in the United States. The aspiring fashion designer must furnish all official documents for proving his/her authorized and legitimate residency.
* Be enrolled in one of the prestigious or registered US colleges or Universities.
* The candidate should seek parental approval before applying for the American Hat Makers Scholarship in Fashion Design. Moreover, the candidate must provide written permission from a parent before accepting the gift-money.

Essay: 
Topic: “What have you done in your community during the time of pandemic to make your community and environment a better place.– Be sure to include pictures of your service to your community.”

Submission: 
Submit your essay in a MS Word document with the following information to: apply-for-scholarship@Americanhatmakers.com
* Name
* Mailing Address
* Cell Phone Number
* Email
* Graduation Date
* The college or university you are currently enrolled at
* Your existing GPA

For more information on The American Hat Makers Scholarship, click here.

About:
“The initial Chip Unsworth Scholarship has been designed to award one student attending a United States accredited college or university. The student must display a track record of academic excellence, leadership attributes, and innovative thinking. Scholarship essays will be judged for quality of writing as well as originality. The Chip Unsworth Scholarship is the initial philanthropic endeavor undertaken by Unsworth.”

Essay:
* “should be approximately 800 words in a WORD-DOC format”
Topic: “Please recount a time when you faced a serious challenge, setback, or failure. How did it affect you as a person, and what life lesson did you learn as a result? “

Submission:
Submit your essay in a Word Document along with the following attached to: info@chipunsworthscholarship.com
* First/Last Name
* Phone Number
* Mailing Address
* Email Address
* Graduation Date
* College or university that you attend:
* Current GPA

For more information on The Chip Unsworth Scholarship, click here.

* This scholarship is geared towards students wanting a Social Media Marketing Career.

Essay Topic: 
“What Are the Benefits of Buying Real Instagram Followers for Boosting Your Business in 2021 & Beyond?”
* Your essay must be submitted in a typical Word Document.

Submission: 
Submit your essay along with the following information to: scholarship@iigers.com
* Full Name
* Contact Number
* Mailing Address
* Email Address
* Graduation Date
* The college or university you are presently enrolled at
* Your GPA

For more information on The IIGERS Scholarship, click here.

Artsybucket has a scholarship program, a noble and humanitarian initiative to help photography lovers and enthusiasts win prize money provided they take the best shot. They can take a photo that best describes freedom for them and submit the same through Google form. From the form, we will collect the name of the students and use it on our website https://www.artsybucket.com/. We can use the best photo as posters, canvas prints, or for that matter, frames.

Submission: 
Submit your photo to this form: HERE
* The image size must be 508 x 708 mm (Portrait Size) or 708 x 508 mm (Landscape), or both, or what the candidates prefer.

For more information on The Artsybucket Scholarship Program, click here.

Requirements: 
* The students should fulfill some particular requirements when applying for the Darius Jasinski grant program.
* The candidate should be in a high school or college that is related to a US-accredited or recognized college or university.
* The most talented and praiseworthy student must be enrolled currently at a recognized US college or university.

Essay: 
Topic: “How can hands-on specialties of medicine benefit from telemedicine?“

Submission: 
Submit your essay in a Word document along with the following information to: info@DariusJasinskiGrant.com
* First Name/Last Name
* Email Address
* Phone Number
* Mailing Details
* Date of Graduation
* The university or college you joined or planning to join

For more information on The Darius Jasinski Grant, click here.

“The Darius Jasinski scholarship is one of the most humanitarian initiatives by Dr. Darius, a podiatrist with the degree Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM). He is associated with the medical discipline and has immense knowledge and skills in his profession.”

Essay Topic:
* “What impact will telemedicine have on hands-on specialties of medicine?”
* Your essay needs to be between 700 and 850 words.
* Your essay needs to be submitted via a WORD file.

Submission: 
Submit your essay along with the following to: info@dariusjasinskischolarship.com
* Complete Name
* Telephone or Contact Number
* Postal Address
* Email ID
* Personal Bio-data
* Date of High School Graduation

For more information on The Darius Jasinski Scholarship, click here.

Guidelines/requirements: 
* The candidate needs to be enrolled at one of the accredited American colleges or universities.
* The student should be a sophomore, a junior, or a freshman, and at present an enrolled graduate.

Essay: 
* All students should pen a detailed, engaging, motivating, and enlightening essay of about 700-850 words on the topic, “In 50 years’ time, what do you want to have achieved so that you can look back on your life with the satisfaction of having lived your life well?”

Submission:
Submit your essay with the following information to: info@DavidJCCutlerScholarship.com
* Your Name
* Telephone or Contact Number
* Mailing Address
* Email ID
* High School Graduation Date (YYYY.MM.DD)
* University or College you have applied or already studying
* Most recent GPA
* Personal Bio-data in a few words

For more information on The David JC Cutler Scholarship Program, click here.

Essay: 
* Topic: “Explain an obstacle you have had to overcome in your life, how you overcame it, what you learned from the experience, and how you have changed your life as a result.”
* Your word count must be between 700 and 850 words.

Submission: 
* Submit your essay along with the following information to:  info@jasonefishergrant.com
* Entire Name
* Telephone Number
* Postal Address
* Email
* High School Graduation Details
* University or College He or She Has Applied or Is Studying Right Now
* GPA
* Personal Bio-data

For more information on The Jason E. Fisher Grant Program, click here.

Information about the scholarship:
“The Dirk Derrick Car & Truck Accident Injury Scholarship is an award for any current or soon-to-be undergraduate student in the United States who has had his or her life altered due to an injury from a car or truck accident, be it their own injury, that of a loved one, or an influential individual.”

Essay: 
“Students applying must submit an essay where you explain, present, inspire, or otherwise convince us as to why you deserve to win this scholarship. There are no conditions or outside requirements for this essay. Please keep submissions to 5 paragraphs and 600 words at the absolute maximum. This is not a standardized test. While spelling, punctuation, and general cohesiveness will make your essay easier to read, and therefore judge, you are not being graded. The winning submission will be one which clearly conveys a non-fictional story of your life before and after an auto accident.”

Submission: 
* Fill out the application on the website linked below.

For more information and the application for The Dirk Derrick Car & Truck Accident Injury Scholarship, click here.

Essay: 
“The award winner will have written an informative and engaging essay of 700-850 words addressing the following prompt. “
Topic: “Share an especially difficult time in your life, and how you worked to overcame it”

Requirements: 
* Enrolled at an accredited US college or university.
* Undergraduate – Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior.
* Submit the essay based on the topic noted above.

Submission:
Submit the following information with your essay attached to: jackhowleyscholarship325@gmail.com
* First and Last Name
* Telephone Number
* Mailing Address
* Email Address
* Expected year of Graduation.
* University or College where currently enrolled
* Most recent GPA
* Biography of 200-250 words.

For more information on The Jack Howley Scholarship, click here.

“The Jason E Fisher scholarship program is a one-time monetary aid for the most brilliant and meritorious student, who possesses exceptional writing skills.”

Essay & guidelines/requirements: 
* Topic: “Provide an example of a mistake or lapse in judgment you or someone you know made in life and how you took that experience to make a change in what you do or how you approach life.”
* The essay must be of 700 – 885o words on the topic above.
* The student must be a student of American colleges or universities.
* The student should be a freshman, sophomore, or junior.

Submission: 
Submit your essay along with the following information attached in an email to: info@jasonefisherscholarship.com
* Full Name
* Telephone or Contact Number
* Email
* Mailing Address
* High School Graduation Date
* University or College you study or applied
* Current GPA
* Bio-data

For more information on The Jason E. Fisher Scholarship, click here.

About: 
“The Josh GibsonMD Grant is meant to financial support talented and driven students with the resources they need in order to fund their college education and become successful in their lives. The grant is a one-time financial award for the most deserving student who can write a brilliant essay on the question, “How difficult has it been to finance your college education to this point?””

Requirements: 
* The applicant must currently be a high school senior expected to enroll in an accredited US college or university OR
The applicant must already be enrolled in an accredited US college or university
* The applicant must submit an essay on the topic: How difficult has it been to finance your college education to this point?

Essay: 
Topic: How difficult has it been to finance your college education to this point?

Submission: 
Submit your essay in a Word document with the following attached to: info@joshgibsongrant.com
* Name
* Phone Number
* Mailing Details
* Email Address
* Date of Graduation
* The university or college to which you have applied or are enrolled in

For more information on The Josh Gibson MD Grant click here.

Information: 
* “The Josh Gibson MD scholarship is a humanitarian step by Gibson, who is the Vice President of Innovation Strategy at Pilot44 LLC, a most important disruptive innovation studio located in the city of San Francisco, California. He is keen on the design as well as delivery of innovative digital transformation programs, mainly in the consumer and medical sectors.”

Guidelines: 
* The student must have an enrollment at one of the accredited American colleges or universities.
* Then the student should be a sophomore, a junior, or a freshman, and at present an enrolled graduate.
* All candidates must compose a comprehensive, motivating, engaging, as well as an edifying essay of about 700-850 words on the subject, “What impact will telemedicine have on hands-on specialties of medicine?”

Submission: 
Submit your essay along with the following information to: info@joshgibsonmdscholarship.com
* Complete Name
* Telephone or Contact Number
* Mailing Address
* Email ID
* Date of High School Graduation
* College or University you currently registered, or have applied at, or whose application approved
* Present GPA
* Personal bio-data

For more information on The Josh Gibson MD Scholarship, click here.

About Scholarship:
“The RevenueZen Social Selling Scholarship is an award for any current or soon-to-be undergrad who is looking to innovate the hiring process. In an ideal world, what would hiring and applying for a job look like? How will you stand out?”

Submission:
Create a YouTube video on this:
“ability to convey their idea for an innovative social selling process focused on getting hired at a specific company”
“Applicants must submit a YouTube video in which they explain, present, inspire, or otherwise convince us as to why they deserve to win this scholarship”
Your YouTube video must be between 2 and 10 minutes long.
Once your YouTube video is created, apply on the link below and enter the YouTube link in the application.

For more information on The RevenueZen Social Selling Scholarship and the application, click here.

About: 
“Mr. Rizwan Ahmed CPA has recently established the Rizwan Ahmed CPA Scholarship. His scholarship will ease the tuition burden of one student selected based on both their application and merit. This scholarship will pave their way towards graduation, and hopefully, towards the pursuit of a successful career.”

Essay: 
* Topic: “What does it mean to financially astute in today’s modern world?”
* Contain 700 – 850 words.
* Essay must be written in a Word Document.

Submission: 
Submit the following information with your essay attached to: info@rizwanahmedcpascholarship.com
– First Name/Last Name
– Phone Number
– Mailing Address
– Email Address
If you currently attend high school, please provide:
– Graduation Date (MM.DD.YYYY)
– The University you will most likely attend
– Your current GPA
If you are currently a freshman/sophomore/junior, please provide:
– The name of the accredited University you are currently enrolled at
– A personal biography in 270 characters or less
Qualified majors: All Majors

For more information on The Rizwan Ahmed CPA Scholarship, click here.

Challenge: 
“Create an article on elder abuse and neglect in nursing homes of at least 1000 words (the more content the better, be creative!). Below are some facts to get started, however we recommend browsing our website / the internet for more.”

  • AT LEAST 5 CASES OF ELDER ABUSE GO UNREPORTED FOR EVERY 1 CASE.
  • APPROXIMATELY 5 MILLION AMERICANS OVER THE AGE OF 60 BECOME A VICTIM OF ELDER ABUSE OR NEGLECT EVERY YEAR.
  • THE RISK OF DEATH IS 300 TIMES GREATER FOR THOSE THAT HAVE BEEN MISTREATED
  • 2 OUT OF EVERY 3 ELDER ABUSE OR NEGLECT VICTIMS ARE WOMEN

Types of elder abuse and neglect:

  • PHYSICAL ABUSE
  • EMOTIONAL ABUSE
  • NEGLECT
  • SEXUAL ABUSE
  • FRAUD

Signs and Symptoms of Elder Abuse & Neglect:

  • SORES, BRUISES, AND OTHER MARKS ON SKIN
  • UNEXPLAINED INJURIES
  • CLOTHING THAT IS DIRTY, SOILED, OR BLOODY
  • MALNOURISHMENT OR DEHYDRATION
  • SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES
  • BRUISES OR MARKS AROUND BREASTS OR GENITAL AREA
  • SUSPICIOUS OR UNEXPLAINED BANK ACTIVITY SUCH AS WITHDRAWALS OR UNPAID BILLS
  • MISSING PERSONAL PROPERTY
  • NOT MEDICATED CORRECTLY
  • DUPLICATE CARE / SERVICE BILLS

Submission: 
Submit an email with your original article on elder abuse and neglect in nursing homes with the following information to: thepecklawgroup@gmail.com
* FULL NAME, ADDRESS, AND PHONE NUMBER
* NAME OF COLLEGE OR TRADE SCHOOL PLANNING TO ATTEND / CURRENTLY ATTENDING
* IF UNDER 18, PLEASE PROVIDE US WITH THE LEGAL GUARDIANS CONTACT INFORMATION

Please note: Articles must be 100% original and will be checked for plagiarism. If any part of the article is plagiarized it will not be accepted. 

For more information on The Peck Law Group Scholarship, click here.

Guidelines: 
* Before a student applies for the Benjamin Gordon scholarship, he or she needs to fill up the following information without any incorrect or misleading information.
* The student to be currently registered at one of the accredited and recognized American colleges or universities
* The student should be a sophomore, junior, or even freshman, as a currently registered graduate is sought-after.
* All studentsmust write an interesting essay of approximately, 700-850 words on the topic, “What is supply chain management? Explain its strategic importance with real-life data and examples.”

Essay: 
– Topic: “What is supply chain management? Explain its strategic importance with real-life data and examples.”
– “The candidate must write an elaborate, engaging, and also informative essay on the above prompt or topic in his or her words. The length of the essay should be around 700-850 words at the most.”

Submission: 
Submit your essay along with the following information to: info@benjamingordonscholarship.com
* Make sure students send the following detailsalong with their essays in the right format:
* First Name and Last Name of the student
* Telephone or Mobile Number
* Correct Mailing Address
* Email ID
* Date of High School Graduation
* University or College you are presently enrolled or have applied at, or whose application is approved
* Most current or present GPA
* Brief bio-data

For more information on The Benjamin Gordon 2021-22 Scholarship, click here.

About: 
“The Benjamin Gordon Cambridge Capital Grant is a humanitarian initiative by renowned entrepreneurs. Ben Gordon, who is not only an expert in supply chain management. But also has a kind heart to help the poor students of the US, who want to pursue higher education but lack the funds to fund their education. That is why Ben has announced the grant of $1,000 to help students pay their college tuition fees.”

Requirements & Essay: 
* The student may be a senior in a high school or currently enrolled at a renowned college or university in the United States of America.
* The candidate should be a sophomore, freshman, or for that matter. A junior student currently registered at a certified university or college in the US to qualify for the Benjamin Gordon Grant.
* The essay writing part is the most essential aspect of the Benjamin Gordon Grant. The student will need to write an elaborate, persuasive, and unique essay on the prompt,
* He or she should submit an essay of around 800 words with the subject, “10 supply chain management best practices for retail businesses in 2021. Elaborate on the importance of supply management with accurate data and industry examples to support your essay.”

Submission: 
All essay submissions for the Benjamin Gordon Grant. Must be made via a formal or official email. With a proper Word file attached, as well as an email sent to info@benjamingordongrant.com with the following attached:
* All students are requested to kindly furnish the following details together with the essay submission:
* The First Name and Last Name of the student
* Phone Number or Mobile Number
* Mailing Address of the candidate
* Email Address
* School Graduation Date
* College or university the student currently applying, or enrolled
* Most recent GPA score

For more information on The Benjamin Gordon Cambridge Capital Grant, click here.

The David JC Cutler is eager to assist the poor students of the US, pursuing advanced studies in America.

Essay: 
* Topic: “What are the greatest challenges you have faced in your lifetime, and how have you overcome them?”
* Word Limit: 700-850 words.
* Submit as a WORD file.

Requirements:
* The US student needs to be enrolled at one of the accredited American colleges or universities.
* The student should be a sophomore, a junior, or a freshman, and at present an enrolled graduate.

Submission:
Submit your essay as a WORD file with the following attached to: info@DavidJCCutlerGrant.com
* Name
* Telephone or Contact Number
* Mailing Address
* Email ID
* High School Graduation Date (YYYY.MM.DD)
* University or College you are studying
* Present GPA
* Brief Personal Bio-data

For more information on The David JC Cutler Grant, click here.

Purpose:
To educate the public on measures to reduce access to, and use of, tobacco and nicotine, and the harmful effects of tobacco and nicotine use, plus help prevent the initiation of tobacco use among youth.

Deadline: Currently no deadline.

To win, write an essay on anti-tobacco measures (i. e. measures to reduce access to tobacco, including electronic cigarettes and liquid nicotine), and have it published as a viewpoint or opinion piece on the op-ed page of a major daily Florida newspaper.
Essay Topics:
(How second hand smoke hurts me.)
(What the community can do to prevent teenagers from vaping.)
(What we can do about tobacco companies advertising to kids.)
(Why Florida beaches and parks should be tobacco free.)
(Why smoking in cars is harmful, especially to children.)

Prize:
A US$100 gift card to an establishment that does not sell tobacco products.
Multiple prizes will be awarded. However, there is only one prize per published essay.

For more information on The Youth & Young Adult Essay Contest, how to submit your essay and how to potentially win, click here.

The Eisenhower Scholarship is Gettysburg College’s most selective scholarship – $160,000 for four years of full-time study ($40,000 per year). It is awarded to top-performing applicants within a most challenging curriculum who have demonstrated a high level of civic engagement locally, nationally, and/or internationally. More information about the Eisenhower Scholarship including the application requirements and process on our website.

The Hackbright Phenomenal Woman Scholarship will be awared to two women for the Full Time Software Engineering Program.

The student must meet HackBright Acaddemy admissions requirements as well as be accepted and enrolled into the Full-Time Software Engineering Program.

For more information on The Hackbright Phenomenal Woman Scholarship, click here.

A: $10,000 Pepsi Scholarship
Requirements:
(Minimum GPA: 2.5)
(Attending a Maryland college, university or technical school.)
(Good communication skills and must be active in community service.)

B: Pepsi Public Affairs Scholarship
Requirements:
(Minimum 35 semester hurs at Missouri University)
(GPA of 3.25 minimum.)
(Must prove public service skills as well as their leadership skills.)

C: Pepsi Mid-Del Technology Scholarship
Requirements:
(Applicant must be from Mid-Del technology center)
(Minimum GPA: 3.0)
(Must prove financial need and preparing to attend Oklahoma University.)

D: International Pepsi Scholarships
For a list of these scholarships, click here.

E: Pepsi ExCEL scholarship
Requirements:
(This scholarship is intended for children of Pepsi Employees.)
(Log in to Pepsi here)

For more information on The Pepsi Scholarship(s) and the entire list of Pepsi Scholarships, click here.

Volunteer Forever is dedicated to enabling more students to study, volunteer, intern, and teach abroad. They know cost is often a barrier, so they have created the Volunteer Forever Travel Scholarship, which will award two scholarships in the amount of $500 and $1000 for anyone planning to engage in an international education program abroad.
The scholarship will be offered every quarter and the winters of the scholarships are welcome to use their proceeds for their airfare, program fee, travel insurance, or other travel-related expenses.
Please see all details and information below:

“John Giorgi has always been empathetic towards the plight of students from the economically unstable background. John understands that higher education in American institutions, colleges, and universities is exorbitantly priced, and it is often beyond the means of students coming from unfortunate and not-so-affluent families. John Giorgi wishes to be a pillar of support for meritorious students inherently equipped with the powers of innovation and creativity and who can introduce path-breaking trends and have the potential to bring about a radical change in the current global scenario. John Giorgi is an authority in jurisprudence. He has won accolades and acclaim as a litigator par excellence thanks to his unwavering determination, dedication, and commitment to goals, aspirations, and vision in life.”

Eligibility: 
* The John Giorgi grant applicant could be currently a high school senior scholar registered in a recognized and accredited institution, university, or college.
* The candidate could even be a freshman or junior, or sophomore, who is enrolled in a well-known and recognized institution, college, or university.
* The John Giorgi grant applicants must submit the essay to John Giorgi via an email at info@JohnGiorgiGrant.com

Submission: 
The John Giorgi Grant winner will be informed via an official email and the result will be published on 15th February 2022 at JohnGiorgiGrant.com. Your essay should be submitted via an official email to John Giorgi: info@JohnGiorgiGrant.com
Include:
– Name
– Contact Number
– Postal Address
– Email
– Scholar at an Accredited or Registered Educational Institution
– Graduation Date
– GPA

For more information on The John Giorgi Grant Page, click here.

Guidelines: 
– “Before any US student applies for the Leoboost scholarship, he or she must enter all relevant details without any mistakes. Else, the application stands canceled. The candidate must be currently enrolled at one of the accredited and reputed US colleges or universities.”
– “The students applying for the scholarship will need to write an engaging and informative essay of about, 800 words on the subject, “How Instagram helps in shaping brands. Explain with data and examples””

Essay: 
– Topic: How Instagram helps in shaping brands. Explain with data and examples
– About 800 words.

Applying: 
Submit the following information with your essay in a Word Document attached to scholarship@leoboost.com
– First Name, Last Name of the candidate
– Telephone number or Mobile
– Accurate home Address
– Email ID
– Date of High School Graduation
– The university or college the student presently registered or have applied at, or those, whose application is approved
– Most current or present GPA score
– Student bio-data in around 290 characters

For more information on The LeoBoost Scholarship, click here.

Majoring in software engineering with three years of coding experience and looking for an internship?
Join the INROADS team to get the mentoring and internship experience you need for the career you want.

For more information on this internship, click here.

For individuals looking for an alternative route to a computer programming education or career switchers interested in breaking into the tech industry, coding bootcamps can be a great option.

Compared to traditional four-year degrees, bootcamps tend to be significantly less expensive. However, funding a bootcamp education can still be a weighty investment.

Since bootcamp students don’t qualify for federal financial aid, many bootcamps offer scholarships to help alleviate students’ financial burden and to make a tech education more accessible to people from all backgrounds.

Our coding bootcamp scholarship directory features more than 40 unique scholarships. It is organized according to the scholarship’s target recipients, with scholarships presented by reward amount in descending order.

For more information, click here.

For a list of all scholarships and more information on The Coding Bootcamp Scholarship(s), click here.

Do you have a GPA of 2.5 or higher?? 

Then you can earn fully paid tuition for up to two years of school and up to $3,600 in monthly salary while you attend college – not to mention a guaranteed career straight out of college as a Coast Guard Officer!

For more information: Click Here

For more information on The Year Up TB Scholarship, click here.
To view the flyer, click here.

Please Note: 

  • To access this website, you must be 21 or older.
  • This scholarship is for graduate students only.
  • This scholarship will go towards this online learning academy.

Information: 
‘The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) in partnership with Hennessy is proud to present the Hennessy Fellows. This unprecedented $10M initiative will award high-achieving graduate students, representing a variety of undergraduate majors from liberal arts to sciences and engineering, from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) with curated corporate development experiences, as well as financial assistance. Experiences include online training forums, an immersive boot camp, and networking opportunities to enhance the exchange of ideas and provide direct exposure to interrelated corporate, social and economic systems. Selected fellows will also receive a scholarship up to $20,000 per academic year and a $10,000 stipend.”

To get in touch, please access the Hennesy Online Learning Academy website in the below paragraph.
You will be required to enter details that confirm you are 21 or older upon entering the website.

For more information on The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) & Henessey Online Learning Academy, click here.
Information on the courses can be viewed here!