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Looking for money for college? Here are some scholarships that you may be eligible for. Go to Scholarshipsonline.org to find a scholarship that suits you!
The Development Fund for Black Students in Science and Technology (DFBSST) Scholarship is open to African-American undergraduate students who enroll in scientific or technical fields of study at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The scholarship can be renewed annually for up to four years.
IAFC Foundation Scholarships are available to both U.S. and Canadian members of the fire service. The scholarship enables current fire first responders to continue their education toward a Bachelors or Associates degree.
Several scholarships are offered by the International Association of Fire Chiefs Foundation, including scholarships for female first responders. Scholarship money may be used for tuition, cost of books, or other education-related expenses directly related to the pursuit of an Associates or Bachelors degree.
Alice Madden Barton Scholarship Program offers scholarships to high school students, college students and others who are interested in a career in cosmetology or barbering. The scholarships are offered twice a year.
Interested applicants may apply before the June and December deadlines. They may apply online and include information that describes what area they want to pursue and why they should be awarded a scholarship.
Goodwin & Scieszka Innovation Scholarship is open to current law students attending either an accredited law school or accredited university in the U.S. It is for students pursuing careers in the area of law.
Three scholarships will be awarded. Recipients are chosen based on academic merit and how well they respond to the essay question. Applicants must have a grade point average of 2.8 or above. They can be either current students enrolled in law school, or undergraduate students who plan to attend law school.
M. Hildred Blewett Scholarship for Women in Physics is offered to women who have a passion for physics and a strong dedication to completing their PhD in physics. The scholarship enables women to complete their education and return to a career in physics research.
The scholarship is awarded for one year only but recipients may re-apply for another scholarship up to two years total. The scholarship may be used for tuition and fees, equipment, salary, travel expenses and child care. They must attend an accredited college or university in the U.S. or Canada.
Alfa Foundation Scholarship Program is offered to eligible high school students who plan to attend a school in the state of Alabama. Up to 50 scholarships will be awarded.
Eligible students must have a grade point average of 2.5 or above. They must plan to enroll in either a two- or four-year college, university or technical school in Alabama. They must also be members of the Alabama Farmers Federation. The scholarship money can be used to help cover the cost of tuition. Current college undergraduate students may also apply.
Yolanda D. King Achieving The Dream Scholarship is open to college sophomores attending one of three Atlanta, Georgia area colleges. These include Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, and Spelman College.
Students must be sophomores in order to apply and have a grade point average of 3.0 or above. Students may major in any discipline but must have a strong interest in social sciences and the arts.
The Tylenol Future Care Scholarship program is for students pursuing a healthcare degree who need financial assistance in paying for their education. Annually, the makers of Tylenol award $250,000 in scholarships to students based on leadership qualities and performance.
All students pursuing any career in health or healthcare (nursing, medical doctor, psychiatrist, etc) are encouraged to apply. The application process involves writing two 500 word essays, submitting a resume, and completing an online application.
Campbell Family Scholarships helps cover the cost of tuition for undergraduate students pursuing careers in pet-related care. Eligible areas of study include pre-veterinary sciences, veterinary technology and other academic fields.
The scholarships are for undergraduate work and are not intended to cover costs for veterinary school. Applicants must have a grade point average of 2.75 or above and be enrolled full-time in an accredited college, junior college, university, trade, or business school. They must be pursuing careers that focus on improving the lives of pets and their families.
The Joe Francis Haircare Scholarship is named after Joe Francis (1933-1994), the founder of The Barbers Corporation, Cost Cutters, City Looks Salons, We Care Hair, now Regis Corporation subsidiaries.
Francis was known as a quintessential self-made man who always looked for ways to help others find opportunities in the salon business, and so The Joe Francis Haircare Scholarship Foundation was established in 1994 to memorialize his life and achievements.
Randy Pausch Scholarship Fund offers two scholarships each year to current college students who are pursuing careers in interactive entertainment. Eligible students must be currently enrolled full-time in an accredited college or university in the U.S.
Students must have a grade point average of 3.3 or above in order to apply. Eligible areas of study include art, animation, programming, engineering, game direction, game design, sound design, music composition and other interactive entertainment areas. Students applying for this scholarship must demonstrate financial need.
Abbott & Fenner Scholarship Program is open to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently enrolled at any accredited post secondary institution. Up to four students are selected for scholarships every year.
To apply, students must complete an essay. The essay questions will vary each year. For example: 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?
John D. Spurling OBE Scholarship for Responsible Pet Ownership Education is open to students enrolled in courses of study that advance responsible pet ownership. High school seniors through post-graduate students are invited to apply.
Five students will be awarded scholarships. Eligible students may major in veterinary medicine, veterinary technology, physical therapy, animal care, animal behavior, grooming and training of animals. It is open to full-time students only.
The Dr. Sherrie Ford Manufacturing as a Career Path Scholarship is for students pursuing a career in the field of manufacturing. High school seniors as well as those in the workforce who are planning to attend college may apply.
Applicants must plan to attend an accredited college or trade school and have a grade point average of 2.5 or above which must be maintained in order to keep the scholarship. The scholarship may be used for tuition, books and other college-related expenses required as part of the curriculum. Students may pursue a degree or a certification in manufacturing.
DC Tuition Assistance Grant is open to District of Columbia residents who are currently attending an eligible public or private college or university. The grant covers tuition at private colleges and universities in the District of Columbia, private Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), and two-year colleges located across the nation.
Eligible applicants must be first-time college students pursuing an undergraduate degree. Students may attend college either part-time or full-time. They must be under the age of 24 and have lived in the District of Columbia at least 12 months. They may attend a four-year college up to 6 years, and a two-year college up to four years.
Just Walkers Mobility Scholarship Program is open to college freshman, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and graduate students who experience limited mobility. Students who require the use of a wheelchair, power scooter, crutches, rollator or other mobility device are encouraged to apply.
Eligible students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above. They must require the use of mobility devices on a regular basis. Scholarship recipients may use the money for tuition at their choice of a college or university.
The Edwards Lifesciences Scholarship Program offers scholarships to high school seniors from Orange County, California or Salt Lake County, Utah. The scholarships are for students studying in the STEM fields — Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Students applying must be planning to enroll full-time in either a two-year or four-year college program. This scholarship is for students with financial need who are citizens of the U.S. Ten scholarships are awarded each year.
BBG Communications Scholarship is for students age 16 to 21 who are high school seniors or college freshman, sophomores or juniors. Students must be either currently enrolled or planning to enroll in college in order to apply.
Students must complete two essays in order to apply. The essays include 1) What do you think is the greatest advancement in the information and communications technology industry over the last 10 years,? and 2) Why do you think a College/University education is important? Essays will be judged on how well they answer the questions as well as logical delivery and clarity of expression.
The EDASCAL Crime Prevention Essay Scholarship Crime Prevention Essay Scholarship is an essay contest that will award three scholarships to students who submit the best essay on crime prevention.
Students planning to enroll in a two-year or four-year accredited college or university may apply. The essays can be two pages long; there is no word limit. The essays can pertain to many areas of crime. Examples are causes of crimes, social rehabilitation of offenders, civil rights, the legal system and much more.