Deadline: 4/1/2018. This scholarship is open to undergraduate, graduate, and incoming students. Students will need to submit a 750 - 1,100 word essay about "how to be your own life coach". Please write about: Articles/books you have seen value in and implemented in your life. Mentors/teachers which have taught you to think on your own. Other life lessons which relate to how you become aware of your problems and how you solved them. $500
Deadline: 4/1/2018. All applicants must be enrolled in an accredited two or four-year college or university within the United States. There are no citizenship requirements, but this award is not intended for students returning home for the summer. Students from all backgrounds and majors are encouraged to apply. Please, visit the website for application details! $1,000
Deadline: 4/15/2018. This scholarship is open to undergraduate, graduate, and incoming medical students. It is open to legal residents of the United States and Canada. A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required. Please, see the site for more details! $1,000
Deadline: 4/15/2018. College-bound female high school seniors who plan to major in a STEM area are eligible to apply. In order to apply, applicants must email the organization with the following information: name, email, high school, and birthday. They must also provide an answer to the following question: If you had the authority to change your school in a positive way, what specific changes would you make? Amount not listed.
Deadline: 4/15/2018. Students must meet the following requirements in order to apply: Must be a graduate, an undergraduate or a high school student enrolled in an accredited and recognized college or university of the united states, We take applications from all over the country, And previous winners are exempt from applying. Write an essay of around 2000 words about an accident you or your loved one experienced and how you faced the aftermath. Please visit the website for more information! $2,500
Deadline: 4/15/2018. You only have to be a certified student to qualify for the scholarship. No payment will be required. FIRST, make a simple vision board: this can contain photos, inspiring words, and activities that will capture and visually express your dream escapade. Save it as .jpeg file. SECOND, write a unique piece about what you would do if you are given a day to travel to your dream destination or experience an ultimate adventure. You may write a DIY itinerary or a walk through of your adventure as you imagine it. You can be as creative as you want, but just make sure that: Written piece is at least 500 words and will not exceed 1000 words. $2,000
Deadline: 4/15/2018. Secure a copy of your school enrollment slip. This will be your proof that you are indeed a student at the time you send your application.
Write a short biography about yourself. Allot a separate page for basic personal information that should include: Full Name, School, Age, Home Address, and Contact Number. Write a compelling essay of a minimum of 1000 words. The essay topic is “Better Daily Life for People with Scoliosis” to raise awareness about the illness. $2,000
Deadline: 4/17/2018. This scholarship is available to students studying in colleges or university and students from all around the world. Write a unique article about any DIY project you have done. Articles between 1,000-2,500 words will be best. Use REAL images related to your project. $1,500
Deadline: 4/18/2018. You should have a minimum of 3.0 GPA or equivalent and should be a part of any of the active course in your college. All you need to do is to send us a 500-600 words article voicing why you need be decided on for the scholarship. We will need a short video from your side once you win the scholarship. (A mobile video is good enough) We will need a short video of any of your last professor recommending you for the Scholarship once you win. $1,000
Deadline: 4/30/2018. This scholarship is offered to any student currently enrolled in an accredited community college, undergraduate, or graduate program in the United States. All eligible candidates must be in good academic standing, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above. A 750-word essay responding to the following prompt: What are some significant challenges people with disabilities encounter on a regular basis? What are some practicable public policies that could address these challenges? Feel free to speak about the challenges you have experienced or witnessed in a loved-one’s life. $1,500
Deadline: 4/30/2018. Please note that before receiving any scholarship, selected essay writers must provide proof of identification and current residence. This scholarship is available for college and university students. Help us raise awareness about this issue that is dear to us, by entering the contest and submitting your essay on how to best promote the most humane treatment of felines. Please see the website for more information! $1,000