Other Opportunities

State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

N/A

Deadline

December 1, 2014

Amount

$1000

Requirements

Complete Application form.

How to Apply

Applications are available at the Bookoo website.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

N/A

Deadline

N/A

Amount

$ 2500

Requirements

College student who is studying business management and shows an interest in analytics.

How to Apply

For additional information and instructions on applying, please visit DOMO Website.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident of the United States.

Deadline

December 31, 2014

Amount

$ 1000

Requirements

All applicants must be either: (1) a high school or home school senior graduating or earning a GED between August 1, 2014, and July 1, 2015, who enrolled as a freshman at a two-year or four-year college or university in fall 2014, or (2) a student enrolled during the 2014-15 academic year on a full-time basis and in good academic standing at an accredited two-year or four-year college or university or in an accredited graduate school program.

How to Apply

Submit an essay on one of the following topics:

Insurers base premiums in part on the risk they assume covering a particular customer, home, and/or vehicle. The lower a risk posed by the policyholder and his home/vehicle, the lower the premium you'll be assigned. Tell us some steps you take to minimize risk in your day-to-day activities and describe your strategy for avoiding risk in the future.

OR

Advances in technology have changed insurance in many ways. One of the latest is the introduction of pay-as-you-drive insurance, which monitors driving habits and offers discounts for them. Critics cite privacy concerns, but so far few consumers seem worried. Where would you draw the line on providing information to insurers without compromising privacy?

Essays must be between 1,000 and 1,500 words in length and be properly submitted no later than 5 p.m. EST December 31, 2014. All essays must be submitted online using the submission form on this page.

Please visit the Homeowners Insurance website for complete rules and to apply.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

Legal US Resident

Deadline

September 1 for fall award. January 31 for spring award.

Amount

$500

Requirements

Must be 18 years or older and attending or will attend an accredited college or university.

How to Apply

Write a brief essay (maybe 500-1000 words) about what makes your school, the campus and the surrounding neighborhoods so awesome. Include a few pictures for bonus points. Then submit your essay along with links to any photos you'd like to submit in the form above. We’ll be announcing the winner on Facebook and Twitter, so don’t forget to follow us, so we can send you a private message when you win.

Complete scholarship rules here.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

N/A

Deadline

December 1, 2014

Amount

$1000

Requirements

Must be a current college student or anyone planning on attending college (or another form of higher education) in the upcoming school year. Student must have a valid driver’s license.

How to Apply

Please visit the Insurance Provider's website for complete application information.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

N/A

Deadline

February 15, 2015

Amount

$10,000

Requirements

All high school, college and university students enrolled at any time during the latter half of 2014 in an academic program designed to conclude with the awarding of a diploma or a degree are welcome to participate in our scholarship competition. In addition, all members of the armed forces of the United States during the latter half of 2014 are welcome to participate in our scholarship competition.

How to Apply

Contest participants should register on the The Gallery Collection website. Look for the scholarship page on the site and
complete the online application. 




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

Citizens and legal residents of the United States over the age of 13

Deadline

December 30, 2014

Amount

$1000

Requirements

Entrants must be enrolled as a high school senior, or a student enrolled in any undergraduate or graduate college program.

How to Apply

All applicants should fill out the scholarship application below and include their full name and mailing address with their submission. The submission should include a personal statement, well as an essay on one of the following topics:

  1.      Luxury Topic: With Companies Like Nest Popping Up, Home Design and Customization Has Never Been So Interesting. What Features would You Like to See on the Homes of the Future?
  2.      Sustainability Topic: Environmentally Friendly Home Building is a Hot Topic. How Can We, As Potential Home Buyers, Come to the Aid of our Planet?
  3.      Novelty Topic: Oh no! A zombie plague has swept across the land. Tell us about the defensive and comfortable features of your post-apocalyptic pad.

Visit the Excel Builders website for complete rules and to apply.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

U.S. Citizen or Permanent Legal Resident of the United States

Deadline

December 15, 2014

Amount

$1000

Requirements

Incoming freshmen: Applicant must be a current student and have a cumulative high school grade point average of at least 2.5 on a 4-point scale and must have taken either the ACT or SAT test. Applicant must also be a high school or home school senior graduating or earning a GED between January 1, 2014 and December 31, 2015 and will be attending an accredited college or university by Spring semester 2015. Current freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and graduate students: Applicant must have a cumulative college grade point average of at least 2.5 on a 4-point scale, and be enrolled full-time at an accredited college or university between January 1, 2015 and December 31, 2015.

How to Apply

To apply for the scholarship or view the complete rules and regulations, go to Verizonspecials.com.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

N/A

Deadline

November 15, 2014

Amount

$500 - $1000

Requirements

Applicants must: be an undergraduate or graduate student studying software programming, engineering or technology at an accredited university in the US; have a minimum 3.0 GPA; and submit a copy of their undergraduate transcript and an essay.

How to Apply

Please visit the Yottabyte Innovations website for full applications details.




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