The Scholarship Points $2,500 scholarship is awarded to one lucky student each month of the year. There is no essay or minimum GPA required! Open to all students ages 13 and older living in the US. After you apply, be sure to come back and look at our no essay scholarship page for other opportunities!
Every year, the Georges Lurcy Charitable and Educational Trust awards scholarships and research scholarships to French students who specialize in the United States. These scholarships allow them to go to an American university for a year to continue their studies and research, and experience life on an American campus.
One-time award for female students from developing countries already enrolled in accredited universities in the USA/Canada and selected universities in Latin America and South Africa (see MMEG.org for details). Candidates must articulate prior and future commitment to improve well-being of women and children; plan to return to their countries or a developing country within two […]
The North Carolina Foundation for Nursing is proud to sponsor a number of scholarship opportunities for nurses and nursing students. Judy Knox Scholarship The scholarship is intended to enhance the practice of nursing by encouraging registered nurses to pursue additional education. The scholarship is designed to assist registered nurses seeking their BSN on a full or […]
Marketing professionals are as diverse as the consumer populations that they serve. A diverse pool of talent is essential for maximizing creativity, innovation, and synergies within the marketing profession. To this end, the American Marketing Association is dedicated to developing leadership within our minority student populations to fuel the power of diversity within our profession […]
The social impact scholarship program recognizes those students creating this positive change in the marketing profession and in the world. “Social impact” pertains to making a positive difference at the local, regional or larger community in terms of the environment, social justice, economic fairness, health conditions, quality of life, or other social concern. You are […]
The Archibald Rutledge Scholarship program, named for South Carolina’s first poet laureate, offers twelfth-grade students (enrolled in a public school in South Carolina) the opportunity to compete for a scholarship in creative writing, dance, music, theatre, or visual arts as well as encourages and recognizes academic and artistic excellence among South Carolina students. Deadline to […]
About the “Be Bold” Scholarship Students around the country are taking on huge amounts of debt to get access to the education they want and need. The average student today will graduate more than $30,000 in debt and is far less likely to start small businesses, seek the highest impact careers, buy homes, or start […]
HCAI works to increase and diversify California’s healthcare workforce through the Healthcare Workforce Development Division (HWDD). The Associate Degree Nursing Scholarship Program (ADNSP) increases the number of appropriately trained nurses providing direct patient care in a qualified facility in California. Those awarded the Associate Degree Nursing Scholarship may receive up to $8,000 for one year […]
Scholarship offered annually to final year women doctoral (PhD/DPhil etc.) students who are studying in an institution in Great Britain (England, Scotland, or Wales). Awards made on the basis of overall academic excellence not financial need. Application fee: 20 pounds. For more info, visit the program webpage. (https://bfwg.org.uk/bfwg2/awards/)
The E. Renee Posey, Ed.D. Award of Excellence is made possible through an endowed gift from its namesake. This scholarship fund will provide a one-time award to a student who is graduating from high school and will attend an HBCU.
One-time award to nursing students accepted to or enrolled in associate degree nursing programs. Eligible applicants may receive up to $8,000 per year in financial assistance. Deadlines: Check website http://oshpd.ca.gov/HPEF/. Must be a resident of California. Minimum 2.0 GPA.