2014-2015 Project One Scholarship Fund for CPCC Transfer Program
- Applicants must be presently enrolled in their Senior year at one of the following Mecklenburg County high schools: West Mecklenburg, West Charlotte, Phillip O. Berry, Olympic, or Garinger High School and planning to transfer to a four year , NC state-sponsored college/university upon graduating from Central Piedmont Community College.
- Applicants must reside in a single-parent household
- Applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5.
- 2014-2015 Project One Scholarship Fund Application.
- Two (2) essays.
- Three (3) letters of recommendation.
Note: Please submit three (3) letters of recommendation, two from any high school faculty members and one personal or community member (non-family). Authors will write about how the applicant demonstrates initiative, integrity, and community involvement on a daily basis.
- An official transcript from your high school.
- The past three (3) years of income tax returns of your parent/guardian (i.e. IRS Form 1040).
- A copy of your FAFSA Award Letter. A copy of your FAFSA application will suffice to submit your application packet, however, selection is contingent upon receipt of your FAFSA Award Letter.
Submit a completed Application packet to:
Project One Scholarship Fun
2438 Hassell Place
Charlotte, NC 28209
Or e-mail it to email@example.com
49er Teach Noyce Scholars Program
Attention Chemistry and Physics Majors
Under a grant from the National Science Foundation, the UNC Charlotte Center for Science, Technology, Engineering & Math [STEM], in partnership with the College of Liberal Arts and Science and the College of Education, is offering scholarships for chemistry and physics majors who want to go into teaching. The scholarship awards $12,500 for your junior and senior years to pay for college expenses and tuition. Also provides a possible PAID Summer internships in science.
For more information about the requirements and application process, email David Pugalee at David.Pugalee@uncc.edu or visit our website:
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Alice T. Schafer Mathematics Scholarship Prize For Women is awarded each year to a female undergraduate who excels in mathematics. The award is open to any college female at any undergraduate level. All eligible U.S. citizens may apply.
Outstanding performance in the area of mathematics is judged by academic scores in mathematics, advanced mathematics courses, and any independent work or awards received for participation in mathematics projects or competition.
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Arctic Physical Therapy Scholarship - $500 – 1 Award (Deadline: Aug 31, 2014)
1) Be attending college or university no later than January of 2015.
2) Be attending college or university on a full-time or part-time basis by January of 2015.
3) Have achieved a GPA of 3.0 or greater during their last academic year.
Applications can be found by going to:
CARiD.com, one of the largest online retailers of car parts and accessories. The program includes two awards of $1,000 each to be given annually - one in the spring semester, and another for the fall semester. The program is available to all students regardless of location, school, or area of study. More details about the program can be found: http://www.carid.com/scholarships.html.
CJ Pony Parts Scholarship Video Contest
Any current student who is a U.S. resident and will be enrolling in post-secondary education in their next semester is eligible for this scholarship. This is open to all fields of study and is not exclusive to automotive or related degrees. See Other Rules and Regulations for more.
How to Apply
Create a short video, under 3 minutes long, on one of these topics:
You can be inspirational, funny, serious, educational, or even musical! Winners will be selected biased on creativity and content rather than video editing skill or how many views the video gets. Submitted videos must be your own work.
Upload your video to YouTube and then email the link to firstname.lastname@example.org before midnight EST on the appropriate deadline below.
There will be one scholarship awarded in the spring semester and one scholarship awarded in the fall.
SPRING: Deadline to submit - April 15 Winners announced - May 1 FALL: Deadline to submit - October 15 Winners announced - November 1
Founded in 1985, CJ Pony Parts is one of the nation’s largest Mustang parts retailers. We strive to give back to the community any way we can. Last year we donated $30,000 to the Four Diamonds Fund to battle childhood cancer. We value continued education, and want to make sure that students can afford to go to the college or university of their choice. We believe that YOU are the future and can do great things for the world.
Other Rules and Regulations
One video per student, per semester. Each scholarship is non-renewable. Scholarships will be awarded on an objective and nondiscriminatory basis. CJ Pony Parts reserves the right to use your submitted videos on their website and in any other online marketing, regardless of if it has won the scholarship or not. Winners will be notified by the email address in which they submitted their videos. Students must show proof of enrolment to receive scholarship payment. Payment will be made directly to the school, unless school procedures state otherwise. Payment must be used for tuition, and must be used during the next upcoming semester. Payment must be used by the student who submitted the video and cannot be transferred to anyone else. Student’s future school must be located in the United States of America.
Create-A-Greeting-Card $10,000 Scholarship
Crumley Roberts $2,500 Scholarship
We are excited to continue to assist our local students with paying for their education. We are equally eager to read the essay suggestions on how to curb distracted driving. If you know of any upcoming graduates, will you please forward this email to them. There are two scholarships: the Founder’s Scholarship pertains to high school graduates, while the Next Step Scholarship is for community college graduates. Let’s all spread the word and give as many students the opportunity to win $2,500 to help pay their college tuition.
Design Sponge Scholarship is open to high school students and both undergraduate and graduate college students with an interest in art and design. Interested students must submit visuals of their design work. It can be anything from painting, woodworking, textiles or other creative art work.
Student may enter by posting design samples on their web sites or sent from their portfolios. They must also include an essay explaining where their inspiration comes from, a description of their career goals, and why they should receive the scholarship.
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D.G. Carlson Memorial Scholarship
The D.G. Carlson Memorial Scholarship has been established at Central Piedmont Community College to provide scholarship assistance to deserving students in the Machining Technology, Electrical/Electronics Technology or Automotive Systems Technology programs.
Eligible applicants must be registered for at least six credit hours per semester, have a 2.5 minimum grade point average, and submit a sealed letter of recommendation commenting on the applicant’s character written by a former instructor, businessperson, or community member. Letters of recommendation should comment on the applicant’s maturity, trustworthiness and honesty, thoroughness, courteousness, and helpfulness in a sealed envelope with the applicants name on the outside of the envelope.
To apply for the D. G. Carlson Memorial Scholarship, please complete the CPCC Financial Aid Scholarship Application Online at http://www.cpcc.edu/cpcc/financial_aid/fyi/forms/online-application-form and ensure that you apply for the D.G. Carlson Memorial Scholarship. You may submit your letter(s) of recommendation to the CPCC Foundation Office at PO Box 35009, Charlotte, NC 28235.
DreamActivist Scholarships For Undocumented Students offers scholarship opportunities for illegal immigrant minors to receive financial assistance to attend college in the U.S. It allows immigrant students without papers to qualify for a college scholarship.
The scholarships reflect many of the ideals proposed in the Dream Act, a proposed federal bill on immigration reform that would grant deferment to immigrants who came into the country as children and allow them to remain legally to complete their education as undocumented students.
Although the DREAM Act has not yet been passed, what President Obama did sign into law by executive order was the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). The program authorizes the removal of the illegal status of alien students and gives them a reprieve to remain in the country for education purposes. To qualify, students must be under the age of 35, residents of the U.S. for at least five years, have a high school diploma and have entered the U.S. at age 15 or younger. Students would then have six years in which to complete their education at a U.S. college or university and earn their degree.
Many states have passed their own state legislation allowing students to attend college and receive financial aid funded by taxpayer money and private scholarship support. Two of those states include Maryland and California. California's DREAM Act was announced January 1 of 2013. Maryland passed a similar act in November.
DreamActivist.org is a communication portal for migrant students supporting the DREAM Act and other forms of immigration reform legislation. The social media website is a resource network for migrant students which shares information on scholarships for undocumented students, immigration issues, and other resources.
The deadline for this scholarship VARIES , and the award amount VARIES.
For more details, visit http://www.dreamactivist.org/faq/education/scholarships/
eJobApplications - Annual College Student of America Scholarship
Amount of Award: $1,000
Deadline: Dec. 20, 2014
Open to any student
Entirely Pets Scholarship
The scholarship is open to all graduating high school students as well as currently enrolled college students, and it open to students of any major. Students can apply by simply answering the prompt: "How has owning a pet positively impacted your life?" The winners will be selected based on the quality of their essay, and we are offering 3 awards per semester in the amounts of $1500, $1000, and $500.
Here are the full details: http://www.entirelypets.com/scholarship.html
Giva Corporate Scholarship
Giva's corporate student scholarship and grant award is for anyone attending a college or university. This scholarship grant is aimed at assisting undergraduate or graduate students further their education. There is no specific course of study or major required.
For more information on requirements and eligibility, please click here.
Golden LEAF Foundation Scholarship Program for North Carolina Community College
Students are eligible for up to $750 per semester for curriculum students and $250 a semester for non-curriculum students. You must be a resident of one of the qualifying counties and be enrolled in or plan to enroll in one of the participating community colleges in North Carolina.
For program details and to apply, click here.
Gratitude Endowment Scholarship
The Gratitude Endowment Scholarship Fund provided scholarships for students (male or female) age 25 or older or students with a physical disability entering or re-entering CPCC.
For Scholarship Guidelines, Instructions, and Application, please click here.
Health Care Leaders Scholarship is open to all U.S. students who are pursuing careers in the health care industry. The scholarship competition consists of making a video regarding future career plans in health care.
One winner will receive a college scholarship. To apply, students must be enrolled in a U.S. accredited school by spring. Eligible fields of study may include pre-med, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry, medical technician, physical therapy or other medical-related field of study. Applicants may enter the scholarship competition by submitting a 3-minute video explaining what their long- and short-term goals are as a future health care leader.
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Innovation in Education Scholarship
At LA Tutors, we believe that it’s more than just the grades that make a great well-rounded student. Each one of you is creative in his or her own way: some of you blog; others curate documentary photography on Instagram that helps us understand the world better; and still others find imaginative ways to solve problems in their public and private lives. Creativity is the air each one of us breathes, but sometimes we get so concerned with grades that we forget that imagination is our natural problem solver.
One way to showcase your creativity is to innovate either by solving a problem, by designing something that helps others solve problems, or by enhancing our relationship with whatever matters to us. Innovation brings together in unique ways our technical skills and our hopes for a better world.
It also provides opportunities for gaining real-working experience in a chosen field, and gives students the chance to connect with adults outside their circle who might be able to help students get into their top choice college or get an internship. In the end, innovation makes people look at the bigger picture, which is the best preparation for college and for life.
We at LA Tutors are passionate about sparking the creative genius in students and would love to commend those outstanding students who have a made a difference in the lives of others in some innovative or technological fashion. In order to achieve this, we have established a scholarship for students who meet certain criteria.
For the application and criteria information, click here.
Joe Foss Institute Scholarship Program awards scholarships to students with winning essays that focus on patriotism and Veterans who served their country. It is open to high school students grades 9 - 12.
The program offers several different scholarship awards. Each one is based on students writing an essay on a particular topic. The "Adopt A Veteran" Essay Scholarship requires students to get to know a Veteran who has served their country and write about their experiences. There is also an essay scholarship specifically for high school seniors who plan to attend William and Mary University.
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LowVArates - Military Scholarship
Amount of Award: $1,250
Deadline: Dec. 30, 2014
N.C. State Employees’ Credit Union Two-Year College Scholarship
The Financial Aid Office is proud to advertise the SECU Two-Year scholarship for the upcoming 2014-2015 school year. The SECU Foundation established this two-year scholarship program to assist North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS) students in achieving academic success. The members of the State Employees’ Credit Union take an active role in assisting organizations and communities across North Carolina and truly believe in “People Helping People!”
The N.C. State Employees’ Credit Union Two-Year College Scholarship is an annual award distributed in two payments: fall semester, $1,250 per student; and spring semester, $1,250 per student.
Eligible applicants will be those students who best exemplify the membership philosophy of credit unions, “People Helping People,” and have demonstrated leadership, excellence of character, integrity and community involvement and meet the following criteria:
- Must be an applicant or full-time student who is a high school graduate or has completed the General Education Development (GED) program, enrolled in an associate degree, diploma or certificate program.
- Eligible applicants can be referred to the Financial Aid & Veterans Affairs Office website under “scholarships” and then “new scholarship listings” for an application.
- Must be a U.S. citizen and a resident of North Carolina under NCGS 116-143.1, and is eligible for in-state tuition.
- Best exemplifies the membership philosophy of credit unions, “People Helping People” and has demonstrated leadership, excellence of character, integrity, and community involvement.
- Demonstrate financial need using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Preference may be given to students with limited financial aid from other programs.
- Demonstrate scholastic achievement and maintains a 2.5 or higher grade point average on a 4.0 scale or attained a score of 3,000 on the GED test.
- Use the scholarship to pay tuition, books, fees, course supplies and transportation.
- Agrees to continue at the community college where enrolled at the time of the scholarship award for the duration of the scholarship, for four consecutive fall/spring semesters or upon completion of a diploma program. Scholarships are not transferable to another student or another school.
- Is not a Director, employee or family member of an employee of the State Employees’ Credit Union or SECU Foundation.
The NCSECU Scholarship application is available via the Academic Works scholarship portal. Please click this link to apply.
New Scholarship Listings
All of the scholarship contests are open to all U.S. residents who are either high school seniors or college students who are already enrolled. The entry requirements vary for each, but generally only require students to write a 500-word essay on a topic related to the sponsor's industry. The deadlines for the individual contests are listed below. Additionally, there are no fees or purchases are required to enter.
More detailed info on the scholarships can be found at the following websites (along with the essay topics):
- The Drive to Learn Scholarship
- The Army Women’s Foundation Legacy Scholarship Program - http://www.awfdn.org/programs/legacyscholarships.shtml
- Smith Publicity - http://www.smithpublicity.com/book-marketing-scholarship/
- The CPAP Shop - http://www.thecpapshop.com/resources/college/college-scholarship-for-students
- Carpey Law - http://www.carpeylaw.com/legal-scholarship/
- Pearl Software - http://www.pearlsw.com/college-scholarship.html
- Bargain Bus News - http://www.bargainbusnews.com/2014-scholarship-opportunity.php
- Boomtown Internet Group - http://www.boomtownig.com/about/2014-scholarship/
- Resume Companion University Programs - http://resumecompanion.com/scholarship
- Shawn Carter (Jay Z) Foundation - http://www.shawncartersf.com/apply/
- American Muscle Scholarship - http://www.americanmuscle.com/scholarship.html
- The Best Price Nutrition & Health Scholarship - http://www.bestpricenutrition.com/scholarship.html
- Gratitude Endowment Fund - CPCC, http://www.fttc.org/page.aspx?pid=2991
- Dr. Alma S. Adams Scholarship for Outreach and Health Communications. http://legacyforhealth.org/adams-scholarship.aspx
- Achievement Scholarship for Refugees and Immigrants of Wake County, no status restrictions and due April 15th.http://www.trianglecf.org/grants_support/view_scholarships/scholarship_for_refugees_and_immigrants_of_wake_county/
- Felicia Brewer Opportunity Scholarship, no status restrictions but for students who attend/attended Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools. Due February 15th. http://www.trianglecf.org/grants_support/view_scholarships/felicia_brewer_opportunity_scholarship/
- The Andersen Nontraditional Scholarship for Women's Education and Retraining (ANSWER) of Foundation For The Carolinas are now. Scholarship guidelines can be found at our website, www.fftc.org/scholarships.
- Mel Hughes Scholarship fund. www.allegacyfcu.org/scholarships.
- The Gratitude Endowment Scholarship - CPCC of Foundation For the Carolinas. Applications are now available on our website, www.fftc.org.
- NC CPA Foundation Scholarship for accounting students due Feb. 12th, some residency requirements.
- Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Foundation for students interested in science, technology, engineering, and math fields. Due May 1st with no citizenship requirements.
- Latin American Women’s Association Scholarships for Central Piedmont, UNC-Charlotte, or South Piedmont. To request information please email email@example.com.
- Jagannathan Scholarships due Feb. 1st, residency restrictions and only for schools in the UNC system.http://bit.ly/JYQHgk
- Chicano Organizing & Research in Education (CORE) Que Llueva Cafe Scholarship due Feb. 22nd, for undocumented high school students.http://www.ca-core.org/que_llueva_cafe
- NC Community Foundation Robert E. Barnhill Sr. Scholarship Fund due March 29th, some restrictions.http://bit.ly/JVl1rA
- Carolinas Food Industry Council – 30, $2,500 scholarships, http://www.cficweb.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/College-Student-2014-Application.pdf
- NC Retail Merchants Association – 5, $2,500 scholarships, www.ncrma.org
- Dentistry at Happy Canyon Scholarship
- http://www.goedekers.com/college-scholarship - Goedeker's College Scholarship
- The ProofreadingServices.com High School and University Writing Scholarships - http://www.proofreadingservices.com/pages/scholarship
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Four scholarships are awarded each year. To apply for a $1,250 Aurie J. Gosnell Scholarship, for study and training in the cosmetology field, complete and mail the application to the address below.
7622 Briarwood Circle
Little Rock, AR 72205
Each month OPI will be awarding 2 selected students enrolled in a qualifying OPI Preferred Nail Technology or Cosmetology program with a $500.00 Scholarship towards their tuition.
For qualifications and the application, click here.
Respiratory Therapist Scholarship
We have a scholarship contest for students working towards a degree as a Respiratory Therapist. The program will reward one student with $500. We want the student to write an essay about their personal experience and how you see your future in the respiratory field.
Here is more information: http://www.oxygenconcentratorstore.com/2013-respiratory-therapist-scholarship/
Ronald McDonald House Charities Scholarships (RMHC) are awarded to eligible high school students with high academic performance and community service as well as financial need. Four types of scholarships are available for students who might not otherwise have an opportunity to attend college.
There are four types of scholarship awards: RMHC/Scholars is open to all students. RMHC/Asia is available for Asian-Pacific students. RMHC/African American Future Achievers accepts applicants of African American or Black Caribbean heritage, and RMHC/Hacer is open to Hispanic/Latino students.
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Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers Single Mothers' Scholarship
We are awarding two scholarships to single mothers - one enrolled in a US under-graduate and one enrolled in law school. Applicants should submit a 500 word essay detailing how motherhood has prepared them for the challenges they encounter in school.
More information on the program can be found here: http://www.rosenfeldinjurylawyers.com/articles/single-mother-scholarship/
We have just launched a $1,000 scholarship opportunity in the hopes of getting more college students engaged in thinking about energy policies. In order to be eligible, applicants must submit an essay about energy deregulation and how it works.
We are pleased to announce that the 2015 PBA Sally Beauty Scholarship applications are now available! In 2015, seven $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to high school graduates desiring to enter the cosmetology profession. Click Here to download the student scholarship application or Click Here to complete the online application.
SuretyBonds.com is a surety insurance agency based out of Columbia, Missouri. This scholarships is targeted to students with small business experience. You can see our online scholarship program in its entirety her: http://www.suretybonds.com/scholarships
Taylor Gifts is all about nurturing the young, creative minds of today so they can yield the fantastical creations of tomorrow. After all, ingenious (and delicious) inventions like the Bacon Bowl and Vegetti were once pipedreams before patience and hard work made them a reality. Therefore, Taylor Gifts is pleased to announce the inaugural Taylor Gifts $1000 Academic Scholarship!
There are just a few requirements to keep in mind before the real fun begins:
- To enter the scholarship contest you must be a freshman, sophomore or junior currently enrolled in a university within the United States.
- The Taylor Gifts $1000 Academic Scholarship is also open to high school seniors in the United States.
- One essay submission per student.
- Each essay must be 750-800 words. No more, no less.
Okay, so now that you’ve committed these requirements to memory, let’s take a look at the prompts you can choose from for your submission:
- 1. If you could create a device to better mankind’s quality of life, what would it be? Who would use it most?
- 2. Who do you consider to be history’s greatest entrepreneur or inventor? Why?
- 3. Do you consider yourself unconventional? When has it paid off?
- 4. Has there been a time in your life when you’ve felt guided by an entrepreneurial spirit? Did you act on it and take the initiative to achieve your goal? Explain.
Choose one and answer it with all you’ve got in 750-800 words. Muster up your creativity and problem-solving skills to potentially earn this $1,000 scholarship!
When you’ve completed the masterpiece, please submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org . Entries must be submitted by no later than midnight on 6/15/2014. Otherwise they will not be taken into consideration. Do not forget to include your first name, last name and the name of your institution before submitting the document.
Here’s how the winner will be chosen:
First, the top twelve semi-finalists of the Taylor Gifts essay competition will be picked by a select panel of judges. These judges will consider creativity, style, grammar, spelling, concision and how well the student has stuck to the topic they picked. Once they’re chosen, online voting will begin.
This means that the ultimate winner will be determined by you, the public. An online voting system will be established so friends and strangers alike can cast a ballot for the essay that inspired them.
Scholarship Payout Details
The scholarship will be paid to the school of the selected recipient in a one-time amount of $1,000.00. The scholarship funds will be made payable to the winning student’s university by Taylor Gifts’ CEO, Francis Ruthkosky, sent specifically to the Financial Aid Office and placed in the student’s account.
Before the scholarship can be officially awarded, the winning student must provide Taylor Gifts with:
- Written proof of enrollment at an accredited university, college or institution within the United States.
- The address of the school’s Financial Aid Office.
- His or her student ID number.
If you are selected as the winner, please send this information to:
Attn: Scholarship Coordinator
600 Cedar Hollow Rd
Paoli, PA 19301
Please do not hesitate to contact email@example.com if you have any other questions regarding this opportunity.
The Console & Hollawell $500 Legal Assistant Scholarship
The Console & Hollawell $500 Legal Assistant Scholarship is open to high school seniors, college students, and law student who are pursuing degrees or certifications in paralegal studies, legal assistant, court reporting, or other law related programs.
Below is the link to the scholarship page on our website that explains all of the requirements and instructions to apply.
It is our hope that this scholarship can help a student pursue their dream to assist others through their work in the law.
Theresa Thompson Library Scholarship - Apply Now
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Donate to the CPCC Foundation.
The Theresa Thompson Library Scholarship was established to provide financial assistance for currently enrolled students pursuing a two-year degree at the Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC). The scholarship is restricted to books and/or tuition assistance. This scholarship award is made possible through library fundraising projects.
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Be a full-time student, currently enrolled in 12 credit hours or more in an approved program leading to a two-year degree.
- Must have completed at least one full-time semester at CPCC within the past two semesters, excluding the current semester, at the time of application and have a cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher from CPCC. A copy of your current transcript must be submitted with the application.
- Submit a completed application with supporting documents.
- Write an original 550 to 750 word essay on how the CPCC libraries have helped you achieve your educational goals thus far.
- Submit a letter of recommendation from a CPCC faculty or staff member that you have known within the last two years.
- Library employees, including work study students, are NOT eligible to apply.
- Scholarships are awarded for one academic semester only; previous Theresa Thompson Library Scholarship winners may not reapply.
How are recipients selected?
- All applications and supporting documents are reviewed and verified by the Library Scholarship Committee.
- Recommendations for award will be based on how well applicants met eligibility criteria, written essay, and letter of recommendation.
- The decision will be made by the committee and is final.
How much will be awarded?
- Two $500 scholarships will be awarded in the fall and spring semester. Scholarships are awarded for one academic semester and are not renewable or transferable.
When will I know?
- Recipient will be notified in writing by library services regarding their scholarship award.
How will the scholarship be issued?
- The full amount of the scholarship award will be deposited directly into the student’s CPCC account once enrollment in 12 credit hours or more for the awarding semester is verified.
How do I apply?
Please select the following link for more information and the application process: http://www.cpcc.edu/library/scholarship
The Home Security Scholarship
Open to: Enrolled students & incoming freshmen
Minimum 2.5 GPA
The Language Learning Scholarship
Pimsleur Approach, a language company has setup a scholarship program to help make language and culture more accessible to current and prospective college students. Our scholarship can be found here: http://www.pimsleurapproach.com/language-learning-scholarship/ .
The Rural Students Scholarship Essay Contest
The Rural Students Scholarship Essay Contest is sponsored by Blaze
Wifi and open to all HS seniors and full-time college students in the
USA maintaining a 3.0 GPA. We are offering this scholarship
specifically to promote digital literacy and higher education in
underdeveloped and potentially at-risk rural areas of the United
States. You can read the full scholarship guidelines here:
The deadline for this scholarship is May 30, 2014. Hope CPCC will
feature this scholarship and help rural students find out about this
great opportunity to get some extra money to pay for college!
We help students who want to become a medical assistant know what options they have. I have decided to offer a $1,500 scholarship to a student attending school Fall of 2014, and who is pursuing a career in the medical field. I have been a student for a few years now, and I know how hard it can be to pay for tuition. This is why I have decided to offer this scholarship. I have included a short bio about my scholarship offer for you to look over. Let me know what you think.
Bio: TopMedicalAssistantSchools.com Scholarship Program will award $1,500 to a student who values saving money and gaining an education. You will need to complete an application, and submit an essay (400+ words) on why you want to pursue a career in the medical field. Entry deadline is July 31st 2014.
Agency Name: Top Medical Assistant Schools
Scholarship Name: TopMedicalAssistantSchools.com Scholarship Program
Email Address: info@TopMedicalAssistantSchools.com
Criteria: Must be at least 18 years old. Applicant must be currently attending a college or university, or will be attending in the fall of 2014. Applicant must have a min. of 3.0 GPA based on the previous school year’s academic performance.
How to Apply: Fill out our application and write an essay on the topic: “Why you want to pursue a career in the medical field.”
Award : A $1,500 Scholarship
Varsity Tutors Monthly Scholarship
Varsity Tutors offers a monthly $1,000 college scholarship contest to students who write the best essay in response to a monthly prompt. Visitors to the Varsity Tutors scholarship webpage will be able to vote via social media for submitted entries. The top five entries with the most votes will be reviewed by Varsity Tutors and one winner will be chosen who will receive a $1,000 college scholarship. Interested students can enter the scholarship contest here: http://www.varsitytutors.com/college-scholarship
Walmart Foundation Scholarship Programs include two scholarship programs, one for Walmart employees and another for children or dependents of employees. They are the Walmart Associate Scholarship and the Walmart Dependent Scholarship.
Employees of Walmart or Sam's Club in the U.S. may apply for a Walmart Associate Scholarship. Employees must have worked for a division of Walmart at least six months in order to be eligible and must also demonstrate financial need. Awards are based on the type of education program chosen. For example, an Associates Degree program awards up to $2,000 per year and a Bachelor’s Degree program awards up to $3,000 per year. Employees must maintain a 2.0 grade point average.
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Wellspring Ecommerce LLC
Exciting new scholarship opportunity that is being offered to Graduating High School Seniors, College Freshman and College Sophomores.
You can find details of our scholarship here: http://www.erubbermaid.com/scholarship.
Women's Independence Scholarship Program, Inc
Women's Independence Scholarship Program, Inc. helps women who have survived domestic violence to return to school and become self-sufficient. The primary candidates are single mothers with young children who lack the resources to attend college. It is based on financial need.
Students may attend part-time or full-time and enroll in either a two-year or four-year college program. They must be separated from an abusive partner for at least one year but not more than seven years. The scholarship money can be used for tuition, books and other colleges fees and is paid directly to the institution.