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The Earnest Scholarship

Eligibility:

  • Applicants must be enrolled, or soon be enrolled, as a full-time student at a Title IV accredited, not for profit U.S. college or university for the Fall 2020 semester.
  • There are no minimum GPA, residency, or major requirements to apply!
  • Applicants can be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident (including DACA students).

How to Apply:

  • The submission of an essay answering one of the following questions:
    • How will your college education help you achieve your goals?
    • How has your education contributed to who you are today?
  • Essays should be 800–1,000 words and submitted as a PDF, DOCX, or DOC.

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

AmeriWell Pain Management & Wellness Scholarship

Eligibility:

  • This scholarship is open to any student who is currently enrolled in an accredited undergraduate, graduate, or professional program in the United States. This includes accredited community college students as well as high school seniors and students who possess a GED who have been accepted to or are enrolled in an accredited program.
  • All eligible candidates must be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above.

How to Apply:

  • Answer the following questions in an essay of 1,000 words or less:
    • What inspired you to want to help people who are in pain?
    • In what ways have you already demonstrated your commitment to helping people in pain and to helping them achieve their optimal wellness?
    • How has your commitment to helping people who are in pain, informed your education goals?
    • What kind of career do you plan to do have or work do you plan to do, that will allow you to help people who are in pain and to help them achieve their optimal wellness in the future?

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

ADAMSON & CLEVELAND, LLC 2020 ESSAY & VIDEO COMPETITION SCHOLARSHIP

Eligibility:

  • A high school junior or senior, or
  • A student currently enrolled in two-year or four-year college or university
  • A student currently enrolled in graduate school.

How to Apply:

To enter the Scholarship Essay & Video Competition, Adamson & Cleveland, LLC, requires that you submit:

  • An essay of 600 words or less (in .doc or .docx format) or
  • A video of two minutes or shorter (in .avi or .mp4 format).

The Essay & Video topic being:

  • What is your school and/or community currently doing to promote safer driving? In your
    opinion, what could they be doing?

We permit only one essay or video per student. You must cite all information sources in your essay or video, and the essay or video must also be an original work. Plagiarism will result in automatic disqualification.

 

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

Pacific Bay Recovery $5000 Scholarship

Eligibility:

  • Applicant must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Applicant must be an American citizen.
  • Applicant must possess a GPA (grade point average) of 2.5 or higher.
  • Applicant must show proof of current enrollment at a university, accredited college or community college OR provide proof of acceptance from a university, accredited college or community college.
  • Applicant will submit a 1000+ word essay that is 100% unique and original by the deadline of December 31, 2020.
  • Applicant meets the Pacific Bay Recovery regulations and obeys the essay submission requirements that are listed below.

How to Apply:

Students that meet all eligibility requirements should submit a 1000+ word essay that covers this topic:
In this new 2020 decade, what new way/s would you suggest our cities/states utilize to achieve a successful reduction in existing and/or the prevention of new cases of opioid addiction?
NOTE: Essay submissions must have an email subject line of “Pacific Bay Recovery Annual Scholarship Submission” and be sent as a document attachment, along with eligibility verification, to: info@pacificbayrecovery.com Essay submissions must include the following details:

  • Full birth name of student requesting application
  • Full date of birth
  • Proof of a 2.5 GPA or higher from college or high school senior cumulative Must meet one of these two below options:
    1. Attached documentation that proves enrollment at a university, accredited college or community college.
    2. Attached documentation that proves acceptance at a university, accredited college or community college.

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

Cornerstone Home Lending Scholarship

Eligibility:

  • If you are either a current, full-time student enrolled at an accredited college or university in the United States (undergraduate and graduate students are both eligible), or an incoming freshman, you are eligible to win Big Life Home Loan Group’s college scholarship.

How to Apply:

  • To apply, write an essay of at least 500 words about “The Goals You Will Achieve in 10 Years.” Describe your 10-year plan: where you will be, what you will be doing, and how you intend to get there. You are encouraged to include your motivations behind your goals as well.

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

Universal Motorcycle Helmet Laws Scholarship

Eligibility:

  • This scholarship is open to any student* who is currently enrolled in an accredited undergraduate, graduate, or professional program in the United States. This includes accredited community college students as well as high school seniors and students who possess a GED who have been accepted to or are enrolled in an accredited program.
  • All eligible candidates must be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 or above.
  • *Previous winners of a scholarship award funded by Ward & Ward Law Firm, are not eligible candidates for this award.

How to Apply:

  • In 750+ words, use statistical data and persuasion to make the paternalistic argument in favor of the enactment of universal helmet laws―or citing the constitution and using the art of persuasion, make the libertarian argument against universally mandated helmet legislation. Essays will be judged―not on your stance―but upon the use of a factual and persuasive argument to defend your position.

 

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

 

 

All33 Scholarship

Eligibility:

  • We know that offices are busy and hectic places, and we want to find a student who just needs a bit of a push in the right direction. Any student over the age of 18 and who is enrolled full-time in an undergrad or graduate program at an accredited college can apply for this scholarship.

How to Apply:

To ensure the largest possible pool of applicants, we’ve made the process as easy as possible. Here’s how to enter:

  • Write an essay of 1000 words or more on the topic “Why Is It Important to Balance Productivity and Movement in the Workplace?” The essay should focus on how moving and sitting at work affects processes such as digestion and lymphatic movement.
  • Send the completed essay to our team at scholarship@all33.com on or before February 5, 2021.
  • Be sure your entry is in PDF or Word format, as we can’t use Dropbox or Google Docs links.
  • Make your essay creative and original. Plagiarism isn’t tolerated, and if any of your content has been copied from another source, the entry will be rejected.
  • Remember to include your name, contact information, and school name.

It’s crucial that you only provide the information requested above, as adding anything else may delay the selection process.

 

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

 

Destination Scanner Scholarship

Eligibility:

  • We want to help a student who is really in need of funds for their studies. Both Undergraduate Students and Graduate Students can apply for the scholarship program, provided they are enrolled in a full-time degree program in an accredited college or graduate school.

How to Apply:

  • Write an essay of 500+ words on the topic “3 Tips on How to Find an Expat Group” by reviewing one or more online courses that you have taken and how the course(s) can help you develop your skills.

 

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

AISES Intel Growing The Legacy Scholarship Program (2020-2021)

Eligibility:

  • Must be majoring in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. Considerations may be made for students pursuing Chemical Engineering, Material Science, and Physics.
  • Students must be a U.S. citizen, enrolled full-time at an accredited college/university, and be pursuing a bachelors, masters, or doctoral degree.
  • Must have a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA.
  • Applicants must be: an enrolled citizen or a decedent of an enrolled citizen of a federal or state recognized American Indian Tribe or Alaska Native Village; or Native Hawaiian or decedent from a Native Hawaiian; or Pacific Islander or decedent from Pacific Islander; or Indigenous person of Canada. Enrollment documents and/or a copy of birth certificate(s) showing descendancy from an enrolled citizen, Indigenous group of Canada, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander are acceptable. Applicant may also, instead, provide a copy of their Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood or Certificate of Degree of Alaska Native Blood (CDIB) card.

How to Apply:

  • Essays: Students are required to submit 2 essays, up to 300 words each. These essays are an important part of the scholarship review process.
    • ​For undergraduate and graduate students:
      • Essay Prompt 1: Technical Skills: Describe your technical skills (i.e. Hardware, Software, etc.) and associated work, research and/or project experiences that would be relevant in sharing with a technical company.
      • Essay Prompt 2: Leadership Skills: Describe your leadership skills and/or experience(s)?
    • For Native Next Generation (college Freshman) students:
      • Essay Prompt 1: Please share a personal statement that highlights your background, academic achievements, and interests. Include information on courses taken and any honors or advanced placement courses. Talk about what motivates and challenges you intellectually and what impact you hope to have in your community and/or profession.
      • Essay Prompt 2: What activity or activities (cultural, community-related, occupational, academic, athletic etc.) most clearly reflect your character? Please describe your participation. Why is participation in this activity or these activities important to you?

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

 

ISES Aristocrat/VGT Scholarship (2020-2021)

Eligibility:

  • Must be pursuing a degree in the following areas: Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Software Development, Electrical Engineering, Finance, Human Resources, Supply Chain, and related fields.
  • Must be a full-time undergraduate student (or high school senior headed to higher education) at an accredited college/university or full-time graduate student.
  • Applicants must be: an enrolled citizen or a decedent of an enrolled citizen of a federal or state recognized American Indian Tribe or Alaska Native Village; or Native Hawaiian or decedent from a Native Hawaiian; or Pacific Islander or decedent from Pacific Islander; or Indigenous person of Canada. Enrollment documents and/or a copy of birth certificate(s) showing descendancy from an enrolled citizen, Indigenous group of Canada, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander are acceptable. Applicant may also, instead, provide a copy of their Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood or Certificate of Degree of Alaska Native Blood (CDIB) card.

How to Apply:

  • Essays: Students are required to submit 3 essays, up to 500 words each.  These essays are an important part of the scholarship review process.
    • Essay Prompt 1: Please share a personal statement highlighting your background, academic achievements, and interests. Include information on courses taken and any honors or advanced placement courses. Talk about what motivates and challenges you intellectually and what impact you hope to have in your community and/or profession.
    • Essay Prompt 2: What stimulated your interest in your chosen major or area of study?
    • Essay Prompt 3:  What activity or activities (cultural, community-related, occupational, academic, athletic, etc.) most clearly reflect your character?  Please describe your participation. Why is participation in this activity or these activities important to you?

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.