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Digital Marketing Scholarship 2020


You must be:

  • US based current student
  • A prospective student accepted onto a university course

How to Apply:

You need to write an engaging essay of 1000 words plus on the following topic:

  • How Businesses Can Use Digital Marketing To Increase Sales

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

Safe Driver Scholarship


The TicketHelp Safe Driver Scholarship is open to all United States citizens or otherwise authorized to work or attend school in the United States who have had a driver’s license for at least 1 year. In addition, you must:

  • Have been accepted and committed to, or currently enrolled in, an accredited college or university (must present a student ID, if applicable)
  • Have a minimum 2.8 GPA
  • Have no tickets or incidents on your traffic record for the past 3 years

How to Apply:

You must also submit a 500 to 1,000-word essay on ONE of the topics below.

  • In what ways do you overcome the urge to use your phone or otherwise become distracted while driving?
  • How has your life been impacted by distracted driving?
  • Give us a brief overview of your state’s distracted driving laws, and how you would change them to make the roads safer.

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

Bowen Media Web Design Scholarship

Note: This scholarship has two annual deadlines (7/15 and 12/15), the latter of which is what is posted on this page.


  • The BOWEN Web Design Scholarship is only open to students attending school in the United States.
  • Applicant must be a student at an accredited school or be accepted to begin school at an accredited school within 6 months of application
  • Applicants can win the contest up to 2 times only.
  • All funds will be dispersed to the scholarship recipient within 30 days of being announced as the winner.
  • The scholarship winner is determined solely by our selection committee.
  • All decisions of the selection committee are final.
  • BOWEN is not responsible for technical issues that prevent applications from being submitted or considered.


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

The Dominguez Firm Collegiate Scholarship Award


  • Student must be a US citizen or a permanent resident;
  • Student must be a senior in high school or a first or second-year college/trade school student;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher;
  • Student must demonstrate involvement in community activities;
  • Candidates should follow us on social media to stay updated regarding the winner.

Application Requirements:

  • Students must submit an essay between 500-700 words and/or a 1-2 minute video describing themselves and their aspirations of going to college. Graphic and creative presentations are welcomed. Students should describe why they are pursuing a higher education, what obstacles they have had to overcome, the lessons learned from those experiences, and most importantly, describe any prior community involvement and/or their intentions for the same after graduation.
  • Students must send an unofficial copy of their high school and/or college transcripts.

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

Cohen & Cohen Scholarship


  • This scholarship is open to any student who is currently enrolled in accredited undergraduate, graduate or professional program. 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.
  • The scholarship applicant must be able to demonstrate that their surviving an auto accident, or standing by the side of someone who did, has inspired and pushed them to make the most out of their life.
  • All eligible candidates must be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 or above.

How To Apply:

Answer the following prompts and questions in an essay of 1,000 words or less:

  • Briefly describe the auto accident you or the victim was in, the injuries and damage sustained in the accident, and what the recovery period was like.
  • How did your accident, or the person you took care of after an accident, inform your education goals?
  • What are your career goals? Did the accident change these, if so, how?

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



  • Must be a high school senior or currently in college
  • Must be enrolling in, or show proof that they are actively in an undergraduate program for the upcoming Fall semester. (Can be four year university or community college.)
  • Must intend to pursue a degree in law
  • Must submit application materials via email by July 10th. Late applications will not be considered.
  • Essay and application must be in English
  • By entering, you give us permission to share quotes from your essay, first name, and social media pages publicly. We will not share your contact information or full name.
  • If you are under the age of 18 you must have permission from your parent/legal guardian.

A winner will be selected and contacted via e-mail by August 1st. If no response is received within one week, a new winner will be chosen.


  1. Write an essay between 850 – 1,500 words, describing the reasons you are pursuing a law degree.
  2. Send an e-mail to with the below information and attach your essay
  • Full name
  • Phone number
  • Address
  • Current school
  • Current GPA
  • Intended college and major
  • Any extracurricular or volunteer activities
  • Social media links (if applicable)

The winner will be selected based on a combination of writing skills, academic qualifications and extracurricular activities.

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

AES Scholarship

Scholarship Criteria

  • Our belief is that achieving a high grade point average should not be the only criteria for determining who deserves to be helped. For that reason we are offering a scholarship that will be awarded on the basis of character, as determined by an evaluation of the essays that are submitted.
  • Scholarships are intended for our future leaders across a wide spectrum of fields of study. This award is available to high school seniors and all students attending a post secondary educational facility.
  • You are not required to be taking Engineering courses to be eligible.

How to Apply

  • Students must submit an essay of between 500 and 1000 words in answer to the following question:
    • When you look back on your life in 30 years, what would it take for you to consider your life successful? What relationships or accomplishments will be important on this journey?

Submit essay to

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


Washington State Opportunity Scholarship- Baccalaureate Scholarship

Eligibility Requirements:

    • Be a Washington state resident as defined by state Legislature (RCW 28B.15.012).
    • Earn a high school diploma or GED from a Washington state institution by June of the year of application.
    • A cumulative grade point average (GPA) as of application date of at least 2.75 (on a 4.0 scale), demonstrated on either a current college or high school transcript; OR
    • A passing GED score, demonstrated on an official score report.
    • Plan to pursue an eligible science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) or health care major as defined on the eligible majors list.
    • Plan to enroll at an eligible Washington state institution for the fall term following selection as defined on the list of eligible college and universities.
    • Plan to enroll at least half-time (six or more credits) every term. Scholars are not expected to enroll in nor does WSOS fund summer term.
    • Do not yet have a bachelor’s degree.
    • Applicant must currently be a:
      • High school senior or graduate (high school equivalency)
      • College freshman or college sophomore. If the applicant has completed any college terms or college credits post high-school, they must meet either the maximum term OR maximum credit requirement stated below:
        1. Maximum Terms Completed: The applicant must have completed no more than six quarters or four semesters of college at the end of the current academic year; OR
        2. Maximum Credits Earned: The applicant must have earned no more than 90 quarter or 60 semester credits at the end of the current academic year
      • If you are still unsure, we recommend on using this credit/term eligibility flowchart to determine if you are eligible to apply.

Application Process

Interested applicants must complete the entire application process. Applicants must:

  1. Complete all application sections via the Scholarship Application Portal and click “Submit” by the application deadline.
  2. Mail a copy of your transcript or GED scores to WSOS c/o Baccalaureate Scholarship at this address: 1414 31st Ave S., Suite 302, Seattle, WA 98144.
  3. Submit the FAFSA or WASFA for the relevant academic year by the deadline on the application timeline.

The application will require approximately 60 to 90 minutes to complete. Applicants may start the application, save progress and return to complete it later up until the application deadline. Applicants should know what college they expect to attend and what major they intend to complete before beginning their application.


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

Brown Kiely: Individual and Community Law Advocate Scholarship


  • 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; and high school seniors, and students who possess a GED, who have been accepted to or enrolled in an accredited program.
  • GPA requirement of 2.0 or above.
  • The scholarship applicant must be able to demonstrate a commitment to fighting for the rights of individuals and their communities and to be able to explain how their education goals will help them to be able to do this in the future.
  • All eligible candidates must be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative.

How to Apply:

  • Write a 1,000 maximum word essay, responding to the following questions:
    • Describe a time that you helped an individual and/or your community with a problem that you saw was the result of injustice.
    • What did you do to help to solve or mediate this problem?
    • How has this experience informed your education goals and your desire to be able to use the law to fight for what is right?
    • How to you plan to continue this or similar fights in the future?
  • Also include your resume and unofficial transcript.

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

The 2021 Extracurricular Impact Scholarship


  • This scholarship is offered to any student currently enrolled in an accredited community college, undergraduate, or graduate program in the United States.
  • Incoming first-year college students who are high school graduates or possess a GED are welcome to apply.
  • They also must show excellent academic standing with at least a 3.0 GPA.
  • The scholarship candidate must currently or have previously been involved in an extracurricular activity.

How to Apply:

To apply for this scholarship, please submit:

  • An updated resume,
  • A current unofficial transcript from the applicant’s school,
  • A 750-1,000 word essay discussing ways extracurricular activities fostered a sense of accountability and responsibility in you, taught you how to express yourself, and taught you skills that have become useful in school life and day-to-day activities.

The deadline to apply for this scholarship is December 31, 2021.

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