Scholarships

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    It's not too early to start looking for FREE money for college! Did you know...

    Scholarships can cover tuition, room and board, books, meal plan, and living expenses.
    Unlike student loans, you do NOT have to pay back scholarships or grants.
    There is NO LIMIT to the amount of money you can apply for!

     

    Scholarships 

     

    Cirkled New Scholarship 9-12

     We are thrilled to share with you our current offering of a $2500 scholarship grant to one outstanding High School student (Grades 9 -12). Click the link above to see how to apply. 

     

    2022 CNTA Essay Contest

     

    ISN Skilled Trade & Technology Scholarships

    • $2,000 (1 Award)
    • Deadline: October 14, 2021

    Virtual Probe Tour

     Watson Brown Scholarship

    College express scholarships

    October 12th Scholarship Newsletter

    Scholarships Due In October

    Updated Scholarship

    MKV Seniors

     Ryan Clark Scholarship

    Courage to Grow Scholarship

    Award: $500

    Deadline: End of every month

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    How to Apply: Submit an application for the Courage to Grow Scholarship

    Eligibility: High school juniors, seniors and college students

    Twelve lucky students receive a $500 Courage to Grow Scholarship annually — one each month. To enter, students have to explain why they deserve the scholarship in less than 250 words. Keep it short and sweet and you could be the next monthly winner.

     

    Niche No Essay College Scholarship

    Award: $2,000

    Deadline: End of every month

    How to Apply: Create an account on Niche

    Eligibility: High school and college students

    Win a scholarship by creating an account! Niche, a review site for schools, companies, and neighborhoods, enters every student who creates an account into a monthly drawing for $2,000. The scholarship is open to high school and college students — and anyone planning to enroll in undergraduate or graduate courses. Find an easier way to get paid for doing the bare minimum. We dare you.

     

    Discover Student Loans Scholarship Award

    Award: $5,000

    Deadline: Annually on the last day of January

    How to Apply: Submit a registration form for the Student Loans Scholarship

    Eligibility: High school seniors and undergraduate students

    Visit the Discover website and fill out a registration form with your email address to be considered for the scholarship sweepstakes. That’s it! The deadline is January 31, 2021. Throughout the sweepstakes, entrants will receive emails with helpful tips and resources about college. Twelve eligible students or parents will be randomly selected to each receive a $5,000 scholarship to be put toward college expenses.

     College Bd Opportunity Scholarships and Recognition Prog

    Award: $40,000

    Deadline: Annually on the last day of February

    How to Apply: Start the college journey with College Board

    Eligibility: High school juniors and seniors

    Applying to college can be complicated. Luckily, the College Board created a program to guide students through the process with a huge bonus: the chance to win a scholarship. There are seven total scholarships to win — one at each step. The grand prize of $40,000 is available to students who complete the entire process.

    The steps include:

    1. Build a college list.
    2. Practice for the SAT.
    3. Improve the SAT score.
    4. Strengthen a college list.
    5. Complete the FAFSA.
    6. Apply to colleges.
    7. Complete steps 1-6.

    Create-A-Greeting-Card Scholarship

    Award: $10,000

    Deadline: Annually in March

    How to Apply: Enter a submission to the Gallery Collection

    Eligibility: Students 14 years of age and older

    Feeling creative? The Create-A-Greeting-Card Scholarship encourages students from all backgrounds to create an original work of art or photography. The prize is a substantial $10,000 prize. The final day for submissions is March 9, 2021, and voting closes on April 20, 2021. The earlier you apply, the better.

    Project Yellow Light Scholarship

    Award: $2,000 – $8,000

    Deadline: Annually in March and April

    How to Apply: Submit a project to Project Yellow Light

    Eligibility: High school seniors and college students

    Project Yellow Light is a social good scholarship competition. Everyone knows distracted driving is dangerous. But many do it anyway. To apply, students need to create a PSA to encourage their peers to avoid distracted driving. Submit a unique billboard, video, or radio project. Help spread the word and save a life. The next deadline for the billboard design is March 1, 2021.

     

     AED Superstore College Scholarship

    Award: $1,000

    Deadline: Annually in May and November

    How to Apply: Submit an application form to AED

    Eligibility: High school seniors and college students

    Sudden cardiac arrest affects about 16 people under the age of 18 every day. AED Superstore, which distributes CPR and AED devices, is on a mission to increase awareness about sudden cardiac arrest. But they need your help! To win a scholarship, students need to write an essay and create a video to show how they contributed to spreading awareness in their own community about one of six little-known cardiac arrest facts. Hurry — the next deadline is May 31, 2021.

     

    Spirit of Giving Scholarship

    Award: $1,000

    Deadline: Annually in July

    How to Apply: Submit an essay to the Spirit of Giving Scholarship

    Eligibility: High school seniors and college students

    Wine Country Gift Baskets awards three annual scholarships to students who embody the spirit of giving. The scholarship encourages acts of kindness, service, and giving. The next application deadline is July 31, 2021. To apply, submit a 500-750 word essay on one of the following topics:

    • How have you influenced the spirit of giving in your community or abroad?
    • How has the spirit of giving affected you?
    • How will your education allow you to give to or be of service to others?

    Bachus & Schanker, LLC Scholarship

    Award: $2,000

    Deadline: Annually in July and November

    How to Apply: Submit an essay to Bachus & Schanker

    Eligibility: High school seniors and college students

    Write an essay about the Seventh Amendment to win a $2,000 scholarship from Bachus & Schanker, Denver car accident attorneys. Quick tip: the Seventh Amendment distinguishes civil claims tried by a jury from claims and issues heard by a judge. Put on your critical thinking hat to write about how the Seventh Amendment affects your life. The next deadline is July 30, 2021.

     

    Stevens & McMillan Education Scholarship

    Award: $1,500

    Deadline: Annually in November

    How to Apply: Submit an essay for the Stevens & McMillan Scholarship

    Eligibility: High school and college students

    Everyone deserves an education. Stevens & McMillan law firm supports this mission by providing a $1,500 scholarship to one student in good academic standing. To apply, students must submit a minimum 2,000-word essay. Check the website for the latest essay prompt.

     

    Georgia Southern University

    Goizueta Scholarship for Latinos who want to become Teachers

     

     

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    While we will work tirelessly to find scholarships that may appeal to our diverse students, there is no way that one person can collect every single scholarship out there. Students can use the links below to search for scholarships on their own.
     
     

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    **DISCLAIMER: These are external websites and are in no way affiliated with ARJ. They are provided simply for information. Students and parents are encouraged to use their discretion when applying for these scholarships through external websites.