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  • Amount: $500 - $7,500

    Deadline: April 15

    Details:

    -14 winners overall 

    -Open to students grades 8-12, ages 14-19

    -Essay PromptWhat is the relationship between Equality and Justice?

  • Amount: $1,000

    Deadline: March 31

    Details:

    -Easy scholarship!

    -Open to high school, college, and graduate school students

    -Must be a US citizen, permanent resident, or international student currently based in the US 

  • Amount: up to $5,000

    Deadline: April 1

    Details:

    -Must be attending a post-high school institution (community college, four-year college, or graduate school)

    -Must be a US resident

    -Participants must submit an original creation expressing what they hope to achieve in their personal and professional life after college

  • Amount: $4,000

    Deadline: March 29

    Details:

    -Merit-based scholarship for African American high school seniors

    -Min 3.0 GPA 

    -Must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, a resident of London, England, or a citizen of the Bahamas.

  • Amount: $2,000

    Deadline: March 31

    Details:

    -This is a super easy scholarship sweepstakes opportunity! 

    -Open to all high school and college students, as well as college graduates who are paying back student loans 

    -Must be a US resident 

    -No essay or minimum GPA! 

  • Amount: $2,500-$10,000

    Deadline: March 31

    Details:

    -This is a super easy scholarship sweepstakes opportunity! 

    -Open to all high school, college, and graduate school students

    -Must be a US resident 

    -Simply enter your info and answer the question: "What is your favorite college mascot?" 

  • Amount: Varies ($1,000 - $10,000)

    Deadline: June 1

    Details: 

    -Open to students who live in and/or attend a program/institution in the following states: Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin

    -Must be a part of the LGBTQIA community

    -Individual grants support bold leaders pursuing academic programs (2- and 4-year institutions, universities and colleges) and leadership development opportunities (certifications, credentials, leadership programs, training, etc.).

    -Open to students age 17+

     

  • Amount: $2,500

    Deadline: May 31

    Details: 

    -Open to high school seniors across the US

    -Must have applied to (or planning on enrolling in) a Christian college or university

  • Amount: $2,500

    Deadline: March 31

    Details: 

    -Open to female students studying architecture/architectural engineering

    -Open to undergraduate and graduate school students

  • Amount: $10,000!

    Deadline: March 27

    Details: 

    -Open to high school seniors

    -No GPA requirement!

    -Simply submit a 1-2 minute video on how the pandemic has affected you and your family and how will this scholarship will help make your college dreams a reality

  • Amount: $1,000

    Deadline: March 31

    Details:

    -Open to incoming college freshman (current high school seniors), as well as undergrad and grad school students at accredited four-year colleges/universities

    -Must have a demonstrated interest in entrepreneurship or plan to become an entrepreneur 

  • Amount: $10,000

    Deadline: April 15

    Details: 

    -Open to students ages 8-18

    -Must be currently working on an inspiring service project or have done so within the past 12 months

    -Open to students in the US and Canada 

  • Amount: $5,000

    Deadline: April 16

    Details: 

    -Be a female graduating high school student who is majoring in engineering in college

    -Have a minimum 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale).

    -Major (or intend on majoring) in an ENGINEERING discipline in college.

    -Be a U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident or have active Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status.

    -Geography: Chicago metropolitan area students

     

  • Amount: $10,000

    Deadline: March 22

    Details:

    -24 scholarships will be awarded

    -Open to full-time freshman, sophomore, and junior students at TMCF member schools (47 publicly-supported Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Predominantly Black Institutions (PBIs)

    -Min 3.0 GPA 

    -Open to all majors, but students in Technology, Computer Science, and Business-related majors are encouraged to apply

    -Must have financial need

    -Must be a US citizen or permanent resident 

  • Amount: $2,000

    Deadline: April 1

    Details:

    -Open to high school seniors 

    -Must be a US resident, citizen, or foreign national 

    -Must have demonstrated financial need

    -One or both parents/guardians must have immigrated to the US from East or South-East Asia

  • Amount: up to $7,000

    Deadline: July 26

    Details:

    -Open to all high school students 

    -Must be US residents 

    -10 awards available 

    -Only requirement is a short essay on how you have positively impacted your community

  • Amount: up to $2,500

    Deadline: Quarterly (next deadline March 31)

    Details:

     

    -Must be enrolled full-time in high school or at least part-time in college, graduate, professional, or trade school.
     
    -Must possess a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0/4.0.
     
     
  • Amount: up to $5,000

    Deadline: April 30

    Details:

    -Open to HS seniors, undergrad, and grad school students

    -Open to students pursuing a degree in any STEM major

    -Min 3.0 GPA

    -Must be of Hispanic descent AND/OR demonstrate leadership and service within the underserved community

  • Amount: Full-tuition for 2021-2022 academic year

    Deadline: March 22

    Details:

    -Must be enrolled full-time as a junior or senior at a public or private HBCU at the time of application

    -Current grade point average of 3.5 or higher

    -Able to demonstrate leadership abilities

    -Able to demonstrate a financial need

    -Be a U.S. Citizen or legal permanent resident with a valid permanent resident card or passport stamped I-551

  • Amount: $10,000

    Deadline: March 9

    Details:

    -Students must submit an original photo, piece of artwork, or computer graphic for the front of a greeting card

    -Must be 14 years or older, and enrolled in high school or college (homeschooled students are also welcome to apply)

    -Open to US residents and international students who have a student visa to attend school in the U.S.

     
  • Amount: $500

    Deadline: March 31

    Details:

    -Open to undergraduate and graduate school students

    -Eligible undergrad areas of study: STEM, Healthcare

    -Eligible grad areas of study: STEM, Healthcare, Business

    -Must be a US citizen or resident attending 1 of over 1,000 qualifying universities

  • Amount: up to $25,000 per year!

    Deadline: March 11

    Details:

    -10 scholarships awarded 

    -Open to undergraduate students who want to enter product design or experience design-related careers (e.g. digital, web, UX/UI, industrial design, or similar)

    -Applications are encouraged from candidates including, but not limited to: racial or ethnic minorities, females, those who identify as LGBTQ+, first-generation college students, and students with disabilities

    -Open to international students

     

  • Amount: $10,000

    Deadline: March 22

    Details: 

    -Awarded to a student pursuing a career in any aspect of the television industry, who has made a positive impact through community service.

  • Amount: $3,000 - $5,000

    Deadline: April 30

    Details:

    -Up to 15 awards

    -Open to high school seniors of Pacific Asian Island heritage

    -Minimum 3.3 GPA 

  • February 24: Latinos in Technology Scholarship

    Amount: $30,000

    Deadline: March 19

    Details: 

    -100 awards 

    -Must be of Latino or Hispanic origin

    -Must be declared in a STEM major

    -Minimum GPA 3.0

    -Must be a graduate of a school in a Northern California county (see scholarship details)

  • Amount: $15,000, renewable 

    Deadline: April 1

    Details: 

    -For students active in movements for social and economic justice

    -Need-based scholarship 

    -Open to college and graduate school students

    -Applicants must have participated in activities in the United States and be planning to enroll in an accredited program in the US in order to apply