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UNIVERSITY TUTOR'S SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST - MONTHLY CONTESTS FOR $1,000!

Every month, University Tutor holds a $1,000 college scholarship contest and we want to spread the word to students.

University Tutor's Scholarship Contest Description

University Tutor holds a monthly $1,000 college scholarship contest where students write a short essay in response to a monthly prompt. The submitted essays are reviewed by University Tutor staff at the end of the month and one winner is chosen to receive the $1,000 college scholarship. Interested students can enter the contest here: http://www.universitytutor.com/scholarship-contest


 

LATutors123 - Deadline - 20th of each month

 

Currently enrolled students with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 (or the equivalent) should submit an essay describing their innovative project and provide supporting documentation (e.g. website, news article, letter of recommendation, etc.).  All submissions are due by 11:59 pm PST on the 20th of each month.

 

There are no fees associated with this scholarship, and we have been offering it for over a year, awarding many creative students.  Please visit our website for more detailed information and to see featured past recipients and their accomplishments.

 

The link to our scholarship page is http://www.latutors123.com/scholarship/.


The deadline for applications is May 22, 2018
“B. Davis Scholarship”
 
The creators of the “Student Award Search Aid” website are offering a scholarship for 2018.
 
Please visit our website at http://www.studentawardsearch.com/scholarships.htm to read about us and to apply for our scholarship.  While you’re there, please browse through the rest of the site to learn more about applying for scholarships.
 
Our website was developed solely for the purpose of helping students locate and apply for scholarships.  We are trying to improve the students’ chances for success.  The site is free and we charge nothing for the information or the application.
 
Amount of Scholarship:  $1,000
 
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at awards@studentawardsearch.com


Divorce Matters Scholarship. - Deadline 5/31/18

This scholarship is available high school seniors and current college students who have either had parents go through a divorce or who have gone through a divorce themselves.  Divorce Matters understands how difficult it can be to pay for college after being involved in a divorce and want to help someone afford a better education.

Here are some brief notes on this scholarship:

  • $2,500 (One-time award)
  • Due May 31, 2018
  • Must be attending a 4-yr college/university or 2-yr community college for Fall 2018
  • Incomplete or Late Applications will not be accepted

We think this would be a great opportunity for your students and were curious if you would be willing to share this scholarship with them?  If so, you can view the scholarship and other pertinent information here:  https://www.divorce-matters.com/#divorce-scholarship


Fix the Photo scholarship program - Deadline 5/31/2018

Offering a $1500 scholarship 
to students. We would love to make an application for this scholarship available to students of Brea Olinda High School.

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

- Must be a full-time student or accepted into the educational institution;
- Must provide their written essay by the deadline of 31/05/2018;
- Must hold minimum 3.0 GPA;
- The winners will be announced on June 10, 2018.

All essay submissions should be sent to scholarship@fixthephoto.com

To learn more about the scholarship, you can visit our website
http://fixthephoto.com/academic-scholarship



Financial Futures Scholarship

Important Deadlines

Please note the following deadlines for the spring term:

  • Due Date: July 31st annually
  • Announced: August 31st annually
  • Awarded: August 31st annually

http://www.cardrates.com/scholarship/



CardRates.com is proud to offer the Financial Futures Scholarship to future and current college students majoring in Business, Accounting, Finance, Mathematics, Management, and others preparing for a career in the personal finance industry.

Applicants will be judged based on outstanding academic achievement and submission of an essay. The scholarship award amount is $1,000.

Requirements

To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must meet the following requirements:

  • Minimum GPA of 3.5
  • Majoring in business, accounting, finance, mathematics, management, and others related to the personal finance industry
  • Must be a U.S. resident
  • Must send in an official transcript
  • Must be a current or future college student (e.g., high school senior)
  • Scholarship must go to tuition purposes (will be paid directly to the university/college)
  • Complete an essay for submission (see essay guidelines below)

Essay Guidelines

To qualify for the scholarship, please follow the essay guidelines below:

  • Essay Topic: In 10 years, how do you see yourself impacting the finance industry?
  • The essay title must be: “How I Will Impact The Finance Industry”.
  • The essay should be 500-900 words.
  • Any resources should be carefully noted and cited appropriately using the MLA format.
  • Any plagiarism or fabrication will disqualify the applicant from award disbursement.
  • Essay should be 12-point font, Times New Roman, double-spaced, 1-inch margins.

How to Apply

To apply, please mail your official transcript and original essay to the following address:

CardRates.com
Attn: Financial Futures Scholarship
15 SE 1st Ave
Suite B
Gainesville, FL 32601

For further questions on the Financial Futures Scholarship, please submit your inquiry via our online contact form.

www.cardrates.com/scholarship/


ARE YOU READY TO WORK SMART AND HARD?

Calling all plumbers, carpenters, electricians, welders, auto-technicians, and anyone getting trained for skilled jobs that are in demand!

For the fifth year in a row, the Work Ethic Scholarship Program will give away a free pile of money to those who demonstrate strong work ethic and a thirst for skilled training.

The program launches on Monday, April 2, 2018, and the deadline to submit applications is Monday, June 4, 2018.

If you think you’ve got what it takes, there are some hoops to jump through. Here are a few of them that set us apart from other programs:

  1. The S.W.E.A.T. Pledge must be signed by ALL applicants. S.W.E.A.T stands for, “Skill & Work Ethic Aren’t Taboo.” Basically, you’re signing a solemn oath not to become a lazy, self-entitled drone who blames others for their troubles and expects to be taken care of. Fair warning: this Pledge is not for everyone; so if you’re offended or threatened by its content, it’s probably best to seek out a different pile of free money.
  2. We’ll need to see at least two solid references. No, Mom doesn’t count; we know she loves you. We only accept references from a boss, superior, teacher, or someone you have reported to who will gush about you in a way that will knock our socks off. But we’ll accept more than two references; if more than two people want to sing your praises, send them on.
    1. You’ll need to write an essay and answer a few short questions. Your essay is a chance to make the case for why YOU should get some of the free money. Tell us about yourself. Why are you drawn to the skilled trades? Why do you deserve to receive an award? Let us know any accomplishments or anything you do that shows that you believe in the S.W.E.A.T. Pledge. For example, do you volunteer, or were you an Eagle Scout? Do you put in extra hours helping other students or mentoring kids? What else do you do that sets you apart from all the other applicants? Make your case, and be persuasive.
    2. While we don’t require attendance records, if you can get them, we’d love to see them. Showing up counts.
    3. You’ll need to make a video of yourself. Consider it the audiovisual version of your essay. We’re not talking about a Spielberg feature film here – just a short iPhone video where you make a case for yourself. There are rules on submitting a video so be sure to read those carefully and comply, or the video may not be considered.

Bottom line – Work Ethic Scholarships are for people who are hungry to learn a skill that’s in demand—it’s for the people who wake up early, stay late, and bust their ass day in and day out. Naturally, people like this are hard to find, but they’re out there.

Click on the button below to register and apply.  Enter the program key MRW when prompted.
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For questions about this year’s program, email mikeroweWORKS@applyISTS.com

 



Alert1 is very excited to tell you that we are offering a $250 scholarship to university students and college-bound senior high school students interested in the senior care industry. We would love to make an application for this scholarship available to your students.

 

For the Alert1 $250 Student for Seniors Scholarship, students will be asked to answer three short essay questions and submit by the deadline of January 10th, 2019.

 

For more information, please visit our scholarship page here: www.alert-1.com/scholarship.

 


MooseScholarship
** MUST ATTEND MEETING - NOVEMBER 12, 2016 **
Each year, Moose Lodges, sponsor and ask school officials across North America to recommend at least two high school students from each grade level to attend one of their Association Student Congresses, which are held in October and November each year. Most students are selected based on academic ability and leadership qualities. They are challenged to become a “speaker’s bureau” utilizing Moose Kids Talks. Each participant selects a topic and develops a presentation around that topic, educating young people to make wise decisions in life.
 
They are then responsible for finding opportunities to speak to groups of 4 to 9 year-olds children in elementary schools, scouting units, Sunday School classes, Boy’s and Girl’s Clubs and YMCA youth programs just to name a few. Each student is asked to do three or more Moose Kids Talks from the end of the Association Student Congress through February 15, 2017. They are also asked to complete written reports on these presentations. After the student submits their (3) reports, the California/Nevada Moose Association will award them with a $50.00 Visa Card as a thank you for doing this most worthwhile community service program.
 
Out of those students, two are selected by their peers in southern California to receive $500.00 from the California/Nevada Moose Riders, and all-expenses paid, round trip to attend the International Youth Awareness Congress in Kenosha, Wisconsin, April 27 - May 1, 2017. Five Students will then be selected by their peers to receive one of five scholarships awarded to any college of their choice, the awards are: $12,000, $8,000, $5,000, $3,000 and $2,000.
 
All high school students (Grades 9-12) are eligible. But to be eligible for this year scholarships all students must first attend and receive their certificate as a Kids Talk Presenter, at the Association Youth Awareness Congress being held at the:
 
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945
8651 Knott Ave.
Buena Park, CA 90620

On Saturday November 12, 2016 - Registration 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM, Congress 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. A free continental breakfast and Lunch will be provided.  Parents are encouraged to attend the congress with their students.

There is a limited amount of sponsorships available so please hurry and send your forms back to me before they run out. Cutoff date is November 10, 2016THERE WILL BE NO WALK-UPS ALLOWED!
 
For a Student Application for Consideration, Parental ConsentRegistration Form, and a Brochure to attend the Congress, or if you have any other questions, contact:
 

Gary R Stromme
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945 & Empire Hub District #19 Youth Awareness Chairman
grsishere@aol.com
(714) 345.5656

 Note: Last year only 47 attended the South California Congresses, and less than 12 submitted a report.                               

MooseScholarship
** MUST ATTEND MEETING - NOVEMBER 12, 2016 **
Each year, Moose Lodges, sponsor and ask school officials across North America to recommend at least two high school students from each grade level to attend one of their Association Student Congresses, which are held in October and November each year. Most students are selected based on academic ability and leadership qualities. They are challenged to become a “speaker’s bureau” utilizing Moose Kids Talks. Each participant selects a topic and develops a presentation around that topic, educating young people to make wise decisions in life.
 
They are then responsible for finding opportunities to speak to groups of 4 to 9 year-olds children in elementary schools, scouting units, Sunday School classes, Boy’s and Girl’s Clubs and YMCA youth programs just to name a few. Each student is asked to do three or more Moose Kids Talks from the end of the Association Student Congress through February 15, 2017. They are also asked to complete written reports on these presentations. After the student submits their (3) reports, the California/Nevada Moose Association will award them with a $50.00 Visa Card as a thank you for doing this most worthwhile community service program.
 
Out of those students, two are selected by their peers in southern California to receive $500.00 from the California/Nevada Moose Riders, and all-expenses paid, round trip to attend the International Youth Awareness Congress in Kenosha, Wisconsin, April 27 - May 1, 2017. Five Students will then be selected by their peers to receive one of five scholarships awarded to any college of their choice, the awards are: $12,000, $8,000, $5,000, $3,000 and $2,000.
 
All high school students (Grades 9-12) are eligible. But to be eligible for this year scholarships all students must first attend and receive their certificate as a Kids Talk Presenter, at the Association Youth Awareness Congress being held at the:
 
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945
8651 Knott Ave.
Buena Park, CA 90620

On Saturday November 12, 2016 - Registration 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM, Congress 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. A free continental breakfast and Lunch will be provided.  Parents are encouraged to attend the congress with their students.

There is a limited amount of sponsorships available so please hurry and send your forms back to me before they run out. Cutoff date is November 10, 2016THERE WILL BE NO WALK-UPS ALLOWED!
 
For a Student Application for Consideration, Parental ConsentRegistration Form, and a Brochure to attend the Congress, or if you have any other questions, contact:
 

Gary R Stromme
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945 & Empire Hub District #19 Youth Awareness Chairman
grsishere@aol.com
(714) 345.5656

 Note: Last year only 47 attended the South California Congresses, and less than 12 submitted a report.                               

MooseScholarship
** MUST ATTEND MEETING - NOVEMBER 12, 2016 **
Each year, Moose Lodges, sponsor and ask school officials across North America to recommend at least two high school students from each grade level to attend one of their Association Student Congresses, which are held in October and November each year. Most students are selected based on academic ability and leadership qualities. They are challenged to become a “speaker’s bureau” utilizing Moose Kids Talks. Each participant selects a topic and develops a presentation around that topic, educating young people to make wise decisions in life.
 
They are then responsible for finding opportunities to speak to groups of 4 to 9 year-olds children in elementary schools, scouting units, Sunday School classes, Boy’s and Girl’s Clubs and YMCA youth programs just to name a few. Each student is asked to do three or more Moose Kids Talks from the end of the Association Student Congress through February 15, 2017. They are also asked to complete written reports on these presentations. After the student submits their (3) reports, the California/Nevada Moose Association will award them with a $50.00 Visa Card as a thank you for doing this most worthwhile community service program.
 
Out of those students, two are selected by their peers in southern California to receive $500.00 from the California/Nevada Moose Riders, and all-expenses paid, round trip to attend the International Youth Awareness Congress in Kenosha, Wisconsin, April 27 - May 1, 2017. Five Students will then be selected by their peers to receive one of five scholarships awarded to any college of their choice, the awards are: $12,000, $8,000, $5,000, $3,000 and $2,000.
 
All high school students (Grades 9-12) are eligible. But to be eligible for this year scholarships all students must first attend and receive their certificate as a Kids Talk Presenter, at the Association Youth Awareness Congress being held at the:
 
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945
8651 Knott Ave.
Buena Park, CA 90620

On Saturday November 12, 2016 - Registration 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM, Congress 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. A free continental breakfast and Lunch will be provided.  Parents are encouraged to attend the congress with their students.

There is a limited amount of sponsorships available so please hurry and send your forms back to me before they run out. Cutoff date is November 10, 2016THERE WILL BE NO WALK-UPS ALLOWED!
 
For a Student Application for Consideration, Parental ConsentRegistration Form, and a Brochure to attend the Congress, or if you have any other questions, contact:
 

Gary R Stromme
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945 & Empire Hub District #19 Youth Awareness Chairman
grsishere@aol.com
(714) 345.5656

 Note: Last year only 47 attended the South California Congresses, and less than 12 submitted a report.                               

MooseScholarship
** MUST ATTEND MEETING - NOVEMBER 12, 2016 **
Each year, Moose Lodges, sponsor and ask school officials across North America to recommend at least two high school students from each grade level to attend one of their Association Student Congresses, which are held in October and November each year. Most students are selected based on academic ability and leadership qualities. They are challenged to become a “speaker’s bureau” utilizing Moose Kids Talks. Each participant selects a topic and develops a presentation around that topic, educating young people to make wise decisions in life.
 
They are then responsible for finding opportunities to speak to groups of 4 to 9 year-olds children in elementary schools, scouting units, Sunday School classes, Boy’s and Girl’s Clubs and YMCA youth programs just to name a few. Each student is asked to do three or more Moose Kids Talks from the end of the Association Student Congress through February 15, 2017. They are also asked to complete written reports on these presentations. After the student submits their (3) reports, the California/Nevada Moose Association will award them with a $50.00 Visa Card as a thank you for doing this most worthwhile community service program.
 
Out of those students, two are selected by their peers in southern California to receive $500.00 from the California/Nevada Moose Riders, and all-expenses paid, round trip to attend the International Youth Awareness Congress in Kenosha, Wisconsin, April 27 - May 1, 2017. Five Students will then be selected by their peers to receive one of five scholarships awarded to any college of their choice, the awards are: $12,000, $8,000, $5,000, $3,000 and $2,000.
 
All high school students (Grades 9-12) are eligible. But to be eligible for this year scholarships all students must first attend and receive their certificate as a Kids Talk Presenter, at the Association Youth Awareness Congress being held at the:
 
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945
8651 Knott Ave.
Buena Park, CA 90620

On Saturday November 12, 2016 - Registration 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM, Congress 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. A free continental breakfast and Lunch will be provided.  Parents are encouraged to attend the congress with their students.

There is a limited amount of sponsorships available so please hurry and send your forms back to me before they run out. Cutoff date is November 10, 2016THERE WILL BE NO WALK-UPS ALLOWED!
 
For a Student Application for Consideration, Parental ConsentRegistration Form, and a Brochure to attend the Congress, or if you have any other questions, contact:
 

Gary R Stromme
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945 & Empire Hub District #19 Youth Awareness Chairman
grsishere@aol.com
(714) 345.5656

 Note: Last year only 47 attended the South California Congresses, and less than 12 submitted a report.                               

BOHS SENIORS LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP!
Local Scholarships for our 2018 Seniors! Look out in mailer in middle of February 2018!
Lots of Cash to students! Click here to see all available scholarships! Local Scholarships
Scholarship Letter and Application


Student Scholarship Newsletter - Monthly Scholarships

Students from California school districts are eligible for all awards.  
Student Scholarships.org





 U.S. News & World Report recently conducted a nationwide survey of college-aged students to learn about their level of financial literacy, the results were alarming to say the least. Our findings show that most high school and/or college students lack the basic understanding of the two major financial products that they will encounter on campus: credit cards and student loans. To help students develop a better understanding of these products, we have created these in-depth guides:

Scholarships can open doors for students who might not be able to afford college
, and the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation provides one of the largest scholarships in the country for high-achieving students with financial need.

Over half (54 percent) of the students who won the Jack Kent Cooke College Scholarship last year had taken the PSAT/NMSQT® and were discovered through Student Search Service®.
The Cooke College Scholarship seeks out underrepresented students of all races, backgrounds, and ethnicities using the PSAT/NMSQT.
The Cooke College Scholarship

• Offers up to $40,000 per year for four years of undergraduate study at any accredited college or university

• Can be used toward total cost of attendance, not just tuition, room, and board

• Supports study-abroad programs and internships

• A chance to receive $50,000 a year for graduate study, up to four years
Scholarships can open doors for students who might not be able to afford college, and the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation provides one of the largest scholarships in the country for high-achieving students with financial need.
Over half (54 percent) of the students who won the Jack Kent Cooke College Scholarship last year had taken the PSAT/NMSQT® and were discovered through Student Search Service®.
The Cooke College Scholarship seeks out underrepresented students of all races, backgrounds, and ethnicities using the PSAT/NMSQT.
The Cooke College Scholarship
Offers up to $40,000 per year for four years of undergraduate study at any accredited college or university
Can be used toward total cost of attendance, not just tuition, room, and board
Supports study-abroad programs and internships
A chance to receive $50,000 a year for graduate study, up to four years
We recently conducted a nationwide survey of college-aged students to learn about their level of financial literacy, the results were alarming to say the least. Our findings show that most high school and/or college students, lack the basic understanding of the two major financial products that they will encounter on campus: credit cards and student loans. To help students develop a better understanding of these products, we have created these in-depth guides:
We recently conducted a nationwide survey of college-aged students to learn about their level of financial literacy, the results were alarming to say the least. Our findings show that most high school and/or college students, lack the basic understanding of the two major financial products that they will encounter on campus: credit cards and student loans. To help students develop a better understanding of these products, we have created these in-depth guides:
We recently conducted a nationwide survey of college-aged students to learn about their level of financial literacy, the results were alarming to say the least. Our findings show that most high school and/or college students, lack the basic understanding of the two major financial products that they will encounter on campus: credit cards and student loans. To help students develop a better understanding of these products, we have created these in-depth guides:
We recently conducted a nationwide survey of college-aged students to learn about their level of financial literacy, the results were alarming to say the least. Our findings show that most high school and/or college students, lack the basic understanding of the two major financial products that they will encounter on campus: credit cards and student loans. To help students develop a better understanding of these products, we have created these in-depth guides:
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