Scholarships in High School Junior
Award: $2,000, Deadline: March 31
Applicant must be a member of a Boys and Girls Club or YMCA near a Cobalt Mortgage Branch Office who will study accounting at the University of Washington. Minimum 3.4 GPA required.
Award: $2,000, Deadline: September 30
Applicant must be a currently enrolled high school or junior college student-athlete who is planning to attend a four-year university.
Award: $1,000, Deadline: Last day of every month
Applicant must be a high school, college, or graduate school student in any field of study. GPA, essay, and financial need are not required. Applicant must apply every month in order to be considered; winner chosen by random drawing. Award must be used for educational expenses.
Award: $10,000, Deadline: None
Applicant must be a United States citizen who is at least 15 years old and studying at an accredited or nationally recognized dance school or institution in the U.S. Nominated students will be judged based on talent, technical skill, and dance expression.
Award: $10,000, Deadline: None
Applicant must be a United States citizen who is at least 15 years old and studying at an accredited or nationally recognized dance school or institution in the U.S. Strong history of classical dance training, plus substantial training in at least one additional style of dance required. Selection based upon talent, technical skill, creativity, interdisciplinary dance expression, and potential as a choreographer.
Award: $5,000, Deadline: June 1
Applicant must be between the ages of 13 and 25 and be currently enrolled at an accredited secondary school or post-secondary institution of higher learning (college, university, or trade school). Applicant must creatively present their viewpoint in video format on The Importance of Intellectual Property and Copyright Law.
Award: $1,250, Deadline: June 30
Applicant must be a high school or current undergraduate or graduate student. Short essay addressing one of the following questions required: 1.) Why is it important to work to delete cyberbullying? or 2.) How has cyberbullying personally affected you?
Award: $1,000, Deadline: November 14
Applicant must be a high school student. Essay regarding specific prompt found on sponsor's site regarding Pope Francis, is required. Maximum award amount will be granted to the first place recipient; second and third place recipients will receive the average and minimum amounts, respectively.
Award: $1,000, Deadline: June 14
Applicant must be a high school junior or senior or student currently enrolled in any accredited post-secondary institution. Essay on the following topic required: Every generation faces new challenges and new problems. What do you think is the biggest difference between your generation and older generations? How do you think these differences will affect the future of our country and/or your career choice?
Award: -, Deadline: December 15
Applicant must be a high school junior or senior who lives and/or attends school in one of the following areas: Chicago, Illinois and suburbs of the area; Las Vegas, Nevada and suburbs of the area; Fairfield, Greens Farms, Redding, and Westport, Connecticut. Minimum 3.0 GPA and plans to attend an accredited college or university in the United States required.
Award: $1,000, Deadline: Monthly
Applicants must be high school students, college undergraduates, graduate students or adult students residing in the U.S. and attending or planning to attend any accredited college or university within the next 12 months. The scholarship may be used to pay for tuition, books, room and board, computers or any education-related expenses.
Award: $1,500, Deadline: June 1
Appliant must be a high school or college student in the United States. A 500-word essay explaining what the applicant is studying (or plans to study) and how it will change the world is required. The best essay in each of the seven categories will receive the minimum award amount; grand prize winner will receive the maximum award amount.
Award: $5,000, Deadline: November 30
Applicant must be a college student in the United States. A 500-word response to the following question is required: What's the biggest life lesson you've learned during your college career so far?
Award: $1,000, Deadline: December 31
Applicant must be a student in a school music program. A 250-word essay responding to the following prompt is required: 'Now more than ever, music education is important because...."
Award: $1,000, Deadline: December 1; May 1
Applicant must be a United States citizen who is a high school student in the U.S. A 250- to 300-word review of either of the sponsor's two children's stories ('Longfellow and The Deep and Hidden Woods' or 'A Very Extra-Ordinary Place') is required. Selection based upon originality, creativity, and the proper use of punctuation and grammar. Review must be posted to Amazon.com and on a minimum of two social media sites under the applicant's name.
Award: $1,000, Deadline: May 26
Applicant must be a high school junior or senior or current college student. A 1,000-word essay regarding the following topic is required: Pick a controversial problem on high school or college/university campuses and suggest a solution.
Award: $5,000, Deadline: November 8
Applicant must be a high school student who is a resident of the United States and has engaged in a volunteer activity that occurred at least partly during the 12 months prior to the date of application.
Award: $150, Deadline: November 20
Applicant must be a high school student at a Utah public, private, or charter school. Essay or video required.
Award: -, Deadline: March 1
Applicant must have a parent who is currently employed as a California strawberry fieldworker. Applicant must be a full-time student in a trade school, community college, four-year university, or graduate/professional program during the period for which scholarship is requested. Minimum 2.0 GPA required.
Award: $15,000, Deadline: March 13
Applicant must be a high school student in the United States. An original video (60 to 90 seconds) that promotes safe driving is required. Applicant may work individually or with up to three peers.
Award: $1,500, Deadline: February 28
Applicant must be a U.S. resident who is 13 years of age or older. Essay on the following topic required: Not every gift has to be expensive or extravagant. In fact, sometimes it's the sweet and simple things that make a real difference in our lives. Think back and tell us about something you received as a gift and why it meant so much to you.
Award: -, Deadline: March 10
Applicant must be seeking to pursue a private high school education or higher education in the pursuit of a two- or four-year undergraduate degree. Selection based upon academic meet and/or financial need. Minimum 2.75 GPA and active pursuit of a private high school or college/university education are required. Award is reserved for applicants from or studying in New England.
Award: $25,000, Deadline: March 31
Applicant must fall into one of the following categories: high school student, tertiary education student (two-year college through graduate school, full- or part-time, NAE Frontiers of Engineering and Frontiers of Engineering Education Participants/Alumni, NAE Member/Foreign Associate, or the general public). A one- to two-minute video showing engineering contributions that serve human welfare and the needs of society occurring anywhere during the time period 1964 to 2064 is required. Best overall video will receive maximum award amount; People's Choice Award and top videos in each competition category are legible for a prize of up to $5,000.
Award: $1,000, Deadline: December 1
Applicant must be a high school student who has taken the ACT or SAT and has a minimum 3.0 GPA or a full-time college student with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Applicant must create a comedy music video that demonstrates what it's like to be a student in high school or college.
Award: $10,000, Deadline: December 31
Applicant must be 14 years of age or older and a legal resident of the United States who is enrolled (or enrolled no later than the fall of 2022) in an accredited post-secondary institution of higher learning in the United States. Applicant must complete registration on sponsor's website and answer the following question: is college worth it for you?
Award: $500, Deadline: March 19
Applicant must be a high school student who has relocated at least 50 miles during their high school career and is currently in high school in the San Francisco Bay Area. Application, essay, SAT scores, and extra-curricular activities are required.
Award: $1,000, Deadline: May 31
Applicant must be Korean-American, handicapped, and be enrolled as a full time student. Selection is based upon financial need, academic achievement, extracurricular activities, and community service.
Award: $1,000, Deadline: March 7
Applicant must prove a minimum 13 years residence of the Glendale, La Crescenta, La Canada Flintridge, Montrose, Verdugo City, Sunland or Tujunga area. Minimum 2.5 GPA required.
Award: $500, Deadline: April 1
Applicant must create a video of 30 seconds or less explaining how/why nuclear weapons are insane.
Award: $2,500, Deadline: May 30
Applicant must be a high school sophomore, junior, or senior from Allegheny County, PA, who is under the age of 21 and has experienced homelessness at some point in their life.