Other Opportunities

State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

N/A

Deadline

May 1, 2015

Amount

$ 1000

Requirements

You must: Be enrolled at a college or university and planning to attend in the fall of 2015. Write an essay of at least 200 words stating how the scholarship can benefit you and your educational plans. Agree not to text and drive – this should be included in the essay. Include your full name, address, email, phone, and evidence demonstrating you meet the qualifications.

How to Apply

For complete details, visit The Bottaro Law Firm website.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

N/A

Deadline

December 15, 2015

Amount

$ 350

Requirements

Any student enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at any time during calendar year 2015 at any accredited American college, university or trade school is eligible to apply.

How to Apply

For more information, visit the International Gem Society website.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident

Deadline

June 17, 2015

Amount

$ 1000

Requirements

Incoming freshman: 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 August 1, 2014 and July 31, 2015 and will be attending an accredited college or university by Fall semester 2015. Current freshman, 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 August 1, 2014 and July 31, 2015.

How to Apply

For complete application details, visit the ATT Website.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

Be either a U.S.-born student whose parents are both from another country, or a foreign-born student who immigrated to the United States

Deadline

May 1, 2015

Amount

$ 1000

Requirements

All applicants hoping to be awarded the $1,000 scholarship award must meet the criteria listed below. Submit a completed application Be either a U.S.-born student whose parents are both from another country, or a foreign-born student who immigrated to the United States Currently enrolled in post-high school institution or graduate school Submit an original 450-word essay detailing why you or your parents immigrated to the United States and the challenges you or your family have had to overcome as a result All essays should be typed in 12-point, legible font. Essays should be written in English, and should be spell-checked for errors Winning applicant’s Essay will appear on our Immigration Law Blog. Additionally, all information submitted for the purpose of obtaining a scholarship should be accurate and honest. The selection of a candidate will be based on quality of writing, as well as the applicant’s ability to follow instructions and present a compelling story that details why the applicant is deserving of the scholarship award. Before the scholarship is given, proof of acceptance into a higher education institution is required.

How to Apply

For complete details, visit the Law Offices of Joshua L. Goldstein 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

Indiana resident

Deadline

June 15, 2015

Amount

$1000

Requirements

Applicants must be accepted for study or already enrolled for the Fall 2015 semester as a full time student at the undergraduate level as a sophomore or above in an accredited college or university. Applicants must be taking coursework to major or minor in a field related to resource conservation or environmental education.

How to Apply

Applications are available on the Indiana Wildlife Federation website.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

U.S. Citizen

Deadline

September 30, 2015

Amount

$ 1000

Requirements

Applicants must be 16 years of age and older and either in their senior year of high school or currently enrolled in an accredited institute of higher learning. Scholarship awards will be sent directly to the institution the student is enrolled in.

How to Apply

Write a 500-1500 word essay for the following prompt: "The most important local county office to me is..." and submit online at the CountyOffice.Org website.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

N/A

Deadline

July 22, 2015

Amount

$ 1100

Requirements

Must be currently attending or planning to attend a college or university during the 2015-2016 academic year. Must be in good academic standing with your current educational institution. For applicants under 18, you must have permission from a parent or legal guardian. Must apply to the contest via email and provide your name, address, and the name of the institution you are attending or plan to attend. Must provide your video essay (YouTube format preferred) by the deadline of July, 22 2015. A winner will be chosen on July 29, 2015

How to Apply

For complete scholarship details and instructions on how to apply, visit the Dolman Law Group website.




State Residency / Citizenship Requirements

N/A

Deadline

May 1, 2015

Amount

$ 1000

Requirements

Must be a graduate of an Elkhart County public High School. Must be a resident of Elkhart County. Must be an education major. Must have completed the sophomore or junior year in college. Must be going to college in the State of Indiana. Scholarship will be based on financial need. Scholarship will be based on GPA. Scholarship evaluation will also include significant high school and community activities. The scholarship is a one time award. Winners may not re-apply.

How to Apply

Applications are available in Student Financial Services.




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.




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