Other Opportunities

State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

N/A

Deadline

March 16, 2015

Amount

N/A

Requirements

Students must be enrolled as a junior or senior for the 2015-2016 academic year at an accredited Indiana college or university. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required for this award.

How to Apply

Apply online at the Putnam County Community Foundation website.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

N/A

Deadline

October 31 & April 30

Amount

$1000

Requirements

Must be a current US student who is enrolled in post-secondary education in the upcoming semester, is between the ages of 16 and 20, and not a CARiD employee.

How to Apply

Create a photo inspired by any aspect of the automotive industry and email it to scholarship@CARiD.com. Here are some ideas to get you started: Your first car, custom modifications you've made, something that makes your vehicle unique, or the coolest vehicle you've ever seen - we're looking forward to your creativity!

  • Photos can be cropped, spliced, or edited however you see fit
  • Photos must be relevant to the automotive industry

More details about the program can be found here: www.carid.com/scholarships.html.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

N/A

Deadline

February 15, 2015

Amount

$2500

Requirements

Scholarship entry form must be filled out completely and accurately. Upon winning the scholarship, proof of enrollment must be provided. If you have yet to enroll in college, the scholarship award will be held for up to one calendar year until proof of enrollment can be provided. All entrants must be enrolled in a two-year or four-year college or university, or be planning to attend college within one calendar year. No entrant can win more than two (2) scholarships in any calendar year. All decisions made by CompareCards are considered final. One entry per person. If you are selected, you must agree to submit a picture of yourself holding your scholarship award check, with a brief statement about how the award will help you manage your college expenses.

How to Apply

Visit CompareCards Website for complete application details.




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

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

April 15, 2015

Amount

$1000

Requirements

The annual scholarship award is for (5) students enrolled in an associates's degree, bachelor's degree or graduate level program in a medical, nursing or social sciences related major. The student must intend on pursuing a career that involves working with senior citizens. The applicant must be attending classes at an accredited college or university at the time of the spring deadline. Employees of A Place for Mom and members of their immediate family (spouse, parent, child, sibling and their respective spouses, regardless of where they reside) and persons living in the same household, whether or not related, of such employees, are not eligible to apply. Applicants must complete a letter of introduction and an essay that is between 500 and 900 words on a selected topic and sign the Scholarship Award Agreement. Scholarship will be awarded to five students who write the most compelling essay in each of five categories as judged by an outside panel of senior living professionals.

How to Apply

For complete application instructions, please visit A Place for Mom's website.




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

Resident of Northwest Indiana

Deadline

January 30, 2015

Amount

Award for 2014 was $ 2000

Requirements

Applicants must be able to provide evidence of application to or current enrollment in a nursing education program to be considered for aid. Applicants must submit the completed application including self appraisal and letters of reference.

How to Apply

Contact the Visiting Nurse Association at (219) 531-8076 or go the their website to download an application form.  Applications are also available in Student Financial Services.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

N/A

Deadline

June 15, 2015

Amount

$1000

Requirements

Applicant must be a veteran of the US Armed Forces with an Honorable Discharge. Send a copy of your military record (DD Form 214). Send a copy of your student ID or other proof of college enrollment. Submit a 500-word essay outlining your experience in the military and your educational goals.

How to Apply

Please email the required documents to Van Sant Law.   




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    Get a jump start on your career and have your resume ready to go at graduation.  

  • Mentorship

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