For Currently Enrolled Students


THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF MOUNT VERNON & KNOX COUNTY have established The Donald and Sigrid Harnsberger Scholarship Fund in September 2000 with a designated gift from the Harnsberger Family.  The Harnsbergers desire to award a $10,000 scholarship annually to a student attending either Princeton University or Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  To award a $10,000 scholarship annually with the following qualifications:

Ø    The student should be a senior from any high school in Knox County and may be either male or female.

Ø    The student will be attending either Princeton University or the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Ø    This scholarship is for a one year period.

Ø    It may be renewable at the discretion of the Distribution Committee, upon application by the student.



The Point Foundation (www.thepointfoundation.com) is pleased to announce the availability of numerous scholarship opportunities for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) students.  The Point Foundation provides financial support, mentoring and hope to meritorious students who are marginalized due to sexual orientation, gender expression or gender identity.  The Point Foundation recognizes that individuals may be socially marginalized or even abandoned by family, friends and society because of their sexual orientation, gender expression or gender identity. These lives should not be further disadvantaged as they prepare for the future.



The Army ROTC scholarship at Princeton pays full tuition and fees, plus an annual book and monthly spending allowances.  Cadets also receive a nominal pay, room and board, and reimbursement for travel expenses when participating in Advanced Camp and other summer leadership development programs.  Students are eligible for a two or three-year scholarship, based on demonstrated leadership performance and potential.


Ø    Applicant must be a U.S. citizen and at least 17 years old by October 1 of the year of enrollment.

Ø    Pass a medical exam and an Army Physical Fitness Test

Ø    Have at least two years remaining at Princeton University

Ø    Agree to accept a commission as an officer in the Regular Army, Army National Guard or Army Reserve

Ø    Pursue a Department of the Army approved discipline

Ø    Be willing to serve a combination of 8 years in the Regular Army, Army National Guard, Army Reserve and the Individual Ready Reserve

Ø    Contact the Princeton University Army ROTC Recruiting Officer at (609) 258-4225.



Air Force ROTC scholarships can pay up to full college tuition, provide $600 a semester for books, and pay a monthly stipend.


Ø    Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or pursuing citizenship between 14-30 (waiverable up to 35)

Ø    Meet weight standards and medically qualified

Ø    Have no serious involvement with law or school officials

Ø    Pass a physical test

Ø    Have at least two years remaining at Princeton University

Ø    Contact the AFROTC Detachment 485 Recruiting Office at Rutgers University.  E-mail rotc485@rci.rutgers.edu  or phone (732) 932-7706



The Sallie Mae 911 Education Fund was created in response to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The scholarship program is open to children of those who were killed or permanently disabled as a result of the terrorist attacks, and who are enrolled as full-time undergraduate students at approved, accredited institutions.* Scholarship awards of up to $2,500 per applicant, per school year, are available and may be renewed on an annual basis, subject to satisfactory academic progress.

Application: Download an application from www.salliemaefund.org

Deadline: Open



The Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship Program is designed to increase undergraduate training in oceanic and atmospheric science, research, technology, and education.  Additionally, it is designed to recruit and prepare students for careers with NOAA and other natural resource agencies, or as educators of environmental science.  Eligibility required:

Ø    U.S. citizenship

Ø    Full-time junior or rising senior academic status at an accredited college or university within the U.S. or U.S. territories.

Ø    Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (based on a 4.0 scale) in all completed undergraduate courses and major field of study.  Majoring in NOAA-related disciplines, including, but not limited to oceanic, environmental, and atmospheric sciences, mathematics, engineering, remote sensing technology, physical and social sciences including geography, physics, hydrology, geomatics, or teacher education that support NOAA's programs and mission.

Ø    For further information regarding the Hollings Scholarship Program, please email studentscholarshipprogram@noaa.gov.


The successful applicant will be a high school senior or be attending a post-secondary institute and currently involved in some sport at that institution or in the community.  Please visit http://www.bigsunathletics.com to learn how to apply.




Ø    Available to high school seniors and college undergraduates

Ø    Forty $1000 scholarships awarded in random drawing

Ø    No essays

Ø    Program runs October through March

Ø    Apply online at usbank.com/scholarship



THE JW SURETY BONDS $25,000 SCHOLARSHIP GIVEAWAY was created to give students, both undergraduate and graduate, a chance to win up to $25,000 toward college tuition, while providing an opportunity to showcase skills in their respective fields of study and obtain professional experience for their resumes.


With their applications, students will submit original content focused on a specific business category provided on our scholarship webpage. Upon being reviewed, selected entries will be posted our corporate blog, and the student will be entered for a chance to win the $25,000 scholarship at the year end.


You can read more about our scholarship program here:  http://www.jwsuretybonds.com/scholarship/





The Schedule

April 15 - Deadline for requests for application
May 30 - Deadline for all applications and transcripts
May 30 - Deadline for financial aid reports from college

July -
July -
August -

Committee meets to select recipients
Applicants are notified and recipients must Acknowledge acceptance of award and provide secondary school or college transcript Checks are sent to the bursar at recipient's college

Terms of Awards

DiMauro Awards are grants that do not need to be repaid. The family of each applicant for a DiMauro award is required to file the Financial Aid Form of the College Entrance Examination Board (FAF). The financial need of each eligible applicant will be determined by a college financial aid officer's assessment based on family financial information. The scholarships will be awarded to Bridgeport area residents: Up to $2,000 awards to engineering students and $3,500 awards to medical students



Renewal of Awards

A recipient of a DiMauro Scholarship will be considered for renewal up to the completion of a B.S. or M.D. degree providing they are making satisfactory progress toward the degree.

Members of the DiMauro Scholarship committee

The Orazio Di Mauro Scholarship Committee is composed of two clergymen and a former college dean from the Greater Bridgeport Area who review and select awardees for financial assistance in June.



Scholarship Overview:

RE/MAX of New Jersey is excited to launch a new scholarship opportunity for high school and university students who are in pursuit of a college degree. The cost of higher education continues to rise each year and RE/MAX of New Jersey wants to help combat this rising cost by awarding one worthy candidate $1,000 to help cover costs during the 2014/2015 academic year.

A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to one student in the Spring of 2014, and we encourage you to read more about the opportunity below.

Scholarship Details:

Scholarship Award Amount: $1,000


Entry Deadline:  Spring Semester: Wednesday April 30th, 2014.


How to apply:

Judging Criteria:

Your entries will be judged by our management staff on the following criteria:

Rules & Eligibility Requirements:


Date Application is Available - Now
Deadline – Ongoing Quarterly on March 15th, June 15th, September 15th, and December 15th

Scholarship Amount - $500.00
Number of Awards – 2 Cash rewards, 5 Equipment rewards, 25 TCI training awards
Criteria & Link to Apply - See Below
Contact Information - Beth Worthy 714-731-9000 beth@gmrtranscription.com

1. Sponsor Information
GMR Transcription is a leading transcription services company that transcribes voice recordings for academic, business, legal, non-profit and other organizations. The company also translates from Spanish to English, English to Spanish, English to Mandarin and Mandarin to English. Over 5,200 GMR Transcription clients are served by over 200 trained independent contractor transcribers.

2. Scholarship Information

3. Requirements/Deadline:

  1. Scholarship Deadline: Ongoing Quarterly on March 15th, June 15th, September 15th, and December 15th
  2. Must be enrolled in a college/university, and use your college email address to register

Scholarship Package Includes:

Ø  Free transcription training at www.TranscriptionCertificationInstitute.org, a $399 value

Ø  A completion certificate from Transcription Certification Institute.

Ø  $500 stipend to two students who get certified

Ø  Transcription equipment package to five students who get certified

Ø  Guaranteed part-time transcription work from GMR Transcription.

4. Students can apply at this link: http://www.gmrtranscription.com/scholarship/scholarshiphome.aspx




The Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate (NUPOC) program offers up to $168,300 to college sophomores, juniors and seniors who are earning their degrees. The NUPOC program provides a regular monthly income ranging from $3,280 to $5,610 for up to 30 months prior to graduation. All majors are eligible. Learn more at http://www.navy.com/joining/education-opportunities/undergraduate.html.



The Civil Engineer Collegiate Program (CECP) offers up to $113,100 to college juniors and seniors earning their degrees. CECP provides a regular monthly income ranging from $2,575 to $4,700 for up to two years prior to graduation. Learn more at http://www.navy.com/joining/education-opportunities/undergraduate.html.



The Nurse Candidate Program (NCP) offers up to $34,000 to college juniors and seniors to help pay for nursing school. This includes an initial grant of $10,000 plus a monthly stipend of $1,000 for up to 24 months while earning your degree.  Learn more at http://www.navy.com/joining/education-opportunities/undergraduate.html.



The Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP) covers 100% of the cost of medical school, dental school or qualifying postgraduate school tuition; provides a monthly stipend of $2,088 to cover living expenses for up to four years; plus potentially offers a sign-on bonus of up to $20,000. Learn more at http://www.navy.com/joining/education-opportunities/graduate-professional.html.



The Health Services Collegiate Program (HSCP) provides anywhere from $157,000 to $269,000 to students completing medical school, dental school or qualifying postgraduate school.  That includes a monthly salary and housing allowance from $3,280 to $5,610 for up to 48 months. The specifics of this offer depend on specialty area. Learn more at http://www.navy.com/joining/education-opportunities/graduate-professional.html.



The Financial Assistance Program (FAP) provides potentially over $275,000 during a typical four-year medical or dental residency. That includes a $45,000 annual grant on top of any residency program-based salary – plus a monthly stipend of $2,088 for up to four years. The specifics of this offer depend on specialty area. Learn more at http://www.navy.com/joining/education-opportunities/graduate-professional.html.



The Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate (NUPOC) program offers up to $168,300 to college sophomores, juniors and seniors who are earning their degrees. The NUPOC program provides a regular monthly income ranging from $3,280 to $5,610 for up to 30 months prior to graduation. All majors are eligible. Learn more at http://www.navy.com/joining/education-opportunities/undergraduate.html.



The Civil Engineer Collegiate Program (CECP) offers up to $113,100 to college juniors and seniors earning their degrees. CECP provides a regular monthly income ranging from $2,575 to $4,700 for up to two years prior to graduation. Learn more at http://www.navy.com/joining/education-opportunities/undergraduate.html.



The Nurse Candidate Program (NCP) offers up to $34,000 to college juniors and seniors to help pay for nursing school. This includes an initial grant of $10,000 plus a monthly stipend of $1,000 for up to 24 months while earning your degree.  Learn more at http://www.navy.com/joining/education-opportunities/undergraduate.html.


AAUW (AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN) MEDFORD BRANCH SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE will accept applications for our $1,000 Annual Scholarship for a non-traditional female college student through March 31, 2014. The scholarship, intended to help ease the burden of college expenses for the recipient, will be awarded in May 2014.


To be eligible, the applicant must:


be a resident of Burlington County, NJ.

be a non-traditional female student enrolled in an undergraduate degree program. A non-traditional student might be someone whose family obligations required an interruption of several years prior to resuming a college program, or someone who waited until later in life to start college. High school graduates proceeding directly to college are ineligible.

take at least one course per semester.

earn a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0


You can find our application form and complete requirements on the web at: http://medford-nj.aauw.net/.

For additional information, please contact Rose Mary Bland at rosebland@comcast.net or 609-714-1497.



Share your moving stories for a chance to win $500 scholarship from Movers Corp! Whether you had a smooth, difficult or even funny moving experience, we’d like to hear it from you and award for it! People move all the time and for many reasons, and students are no exception. Everyone has a story and different experience. The main purpose of this scholarship is to help other students to avoid obstacles when relocating to a new residence.

Scholarship Details

Scholarship is available to all high school, college and university students.
One $500 scholarship will be awarded each semester; totaling 2 scholarships over the school year.
The scholarship could be renewed each year by submitting another entry.

The winners will be selected based on overall writing ability and the evaluation of tip/advice for students that are planning to move. The minimum requirement is that your story should include at minimum 500 words but not more than 800 words.
Here is what we’d like you to cover in your story:

1. Why did you move?
2. Where did you move from?
3. Where did you move to?
4. How did you move (hired a moving company, moved yourself, rented a moving truck and etc.)?
5. How was your experience?
6. What did you learn from your move?
7. What will you do differently next time you move?
8. What is your best tip/advice for students that are planning to move?

Dates and Deadlines

  Scholarship entries received from February 15 – July 15 will be eligible to receive the scholarship for Fall semester.

  Scholarship entries received from September 15 – January 15 will be eligible to receive the scholarship for Spring semester.


Applicant must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Legal Resident of the United States.
Applicant may not be an associate (employee) of Movers Corp.
Minimum GPA Requirement: 2.5.
Military academies are ineligible.
Applicant must be enrolled in a program that is two years in length or longer.
Applicant must be enrolled in an accredited college/university in the United States. Visit http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/Search.aspx to find out if your college or university is accredited.

How to Apply

Post your story on your page, blog or send it to scholarship@moverscorp.com in word or PDF format.
The email should include some form of proof of enrollment and the following information:

  Your Full Name;


  Phone Number;

  University attending.


The winner will receive one time $500 award.
The award may be applied toward tuition, on-campus room, fees or books.
Funds are provided by Movers Corp and will be mailed to the student or to the accredited college or university.

Note: MoversCorp.com retains the exclusive and unlimited right to publish the scholarship entries partially or fully on MoversCorp site or blog. MoversCorp.com accepts entries only from students whose universities have endorsed the MoversCorp.com Scholarship Program.




Scholarship for Advancing Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Majors


PSEG introduced this award to support exceptional students who share in their commitment to building environmental stewardship and developing meaningful sustainability initiatives.  While enhancing the educational and learning opportunities in areas of importance to PSEG – science (environmental), technology, engineering and math, the scholarship contributes to an educated citizenry for New Jersey which supports the economic and cultural development of local communities and neighborhoods.


Member Institutions:  Bloomfield College, Caldwell College, Centenary College, College of Saint Elizabeth, Drew University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Felician College, Georgian Court University, Monmouth University, Rider University, Princeton University, Saint Peter’s University, Seton Hall University and Stevens Institute of Technology.


Candidates may apply for this competitive scholarship through ICFNJ.  Each candidate must submit a completed application form with personal statement, resume, school transcript and letter of recommendation.


Scholarship Amount:           $5,000


Number of Annual Awards:         5


Student Eligibility Requirements (all recipients must meet the following minimum requirements):

·         be enrolled as a full-time student at any ICFNJ member institution;

·         be seeking a degree in a STEM major (priority will be given to Engineering Majors);

·         be entering junior or senior year;

·         possess a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3 on 4.0 scale;

·         demonstrate a commitment to the environment (special consideration will be given to students engaged in global warming and climate change initiatives, conservation and community greening);


Deadline:   May 30, 2014.  


Scholarship will be awarded for the 2014-15 academic year.



All scholarship application materials are available for download or printing on our website, www.njcolleges.org.  Please note incomplete applications cannot be considered.


Please refer any questions to MaryAlice Breuninger, Development Officer, 908-277-3424.




At this time our scholarship is open only to college-bound HS seniors and students enrolled full-time in an undergraduate or graduate level degree program at a college or university located in the United States. You can apply for the Blaze Wifi Scholarship for Rural Students if you meet the following criteria:

§  You are a United States citizen or a permanent legal resident of the U.S.

§  You are (1) a full-time student enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate-level degree program at an accredited college or university or (2) a high school senior planning to attend college in Fall 2014.

§  You have a current grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher

§  You are NOT an employee of or related to an employee of Blaze Wifi

Essay Contest College Scholarship Requirements & How to Apply

Many people do not realize that rural youth are more at risk than teens who grow up in larger cities and more populated areas. At Blaze Wifi, we want to help at-risk rural teens learn how to use Internet technology in healthy and productive ways that will help prepare them for the future and the demands of the current US job market and workforce. Writing, blogging and sharing thoughts and ideas online is one of the best ways for rural students living in remote areas of the United States to connect to the outside world, expand their knowledge base and participate in a large and active online community.

We offer this scholarship with the sincere hope that the winner will return to their hometown after graduation and help develop rural and underserved towns and cities in America.

To apply for the Blaze Wifi Rural Students Scholarship Program, write an in-depth blog post answering the following question:

How has having Internet access helped you or someone you know develop as a young person and student growing up in a rural community?

Publish an original personal essay of no fewer than 600 and no more than 1,000 words in length on any blog or website by the application deadline date (see below).

In the body of your essay, include a link back to the official Blaze Wifi website (www.blazewifi.com). Look here for more information on how to create an HTML hyperlink.

If you don't have a personal blog already, you can start a free blog quickly and easily here.

Rural Students Essay Scholarship Deadline

To be eligible to win the $500 Blaze Wifi Scholarship for Rural Students, you must submit your application to scholarship@blazewifi.com using your official school email address* before the deadline of 9:00PM (EST) on May 30, 2014. Include your name and "Scholarship Application" in the email subject line and include the following information in the content of your email:

§  Your first and last name

§  Your degree program and expected graduation year

§  A valid phone number and email address where you can be reached

§  The full name of your high school, university or college

§  The URL address where your application essay is published





·         Prize is $1,000 and the deadline is May 31.

·         The scholarship is geared at young entrepreneurs and business majors but is open to students in any field at both the undergraduate or high school level

·         To enter, students must submit an original business proposal plan


You can learn more about the scholarship here: http://www.crownandcaliber.com/crown-caliber-entrepreneurs-scholarship/





Sponsor/Institution Information:

Organization: Estey & Bomberger

Address: 2869 India Street

City, State, Zip: San Diego, CA, 92103

Country: United States

Phone: (619) 873-4498


E-mail: contact@esteybomberger.com

Website: http://www.esteybomberger.com


Award description:

There is a large debate surrounding the topic of whether or not a person should receive subsidized health care in one is injured while breaking the law, so we want you to create a Prezi that tells your opinion on the subject. There is not wrong answer, we are going to judge the presentation on the execution of the argument and the creativity of your Prezi design. Go to Prezi.com to start creating today. You must clearly state you argument and cite at least 2 sources. The winner will receive a $1,000 reward.



At the Liljegren Law Group, we understand how important the military is to our way of life. Founding attorney Scott Liljegren began his legal career in the Navy’s JAG Corps and developed a close personal connection with the people he worked with. To say thank you, the Liljegren Law Group has created the Military Family Scholarship to help our servicemen and women and their families who are continuing their education.

To apply, write a 300-500 word essay on how the military has helped prepare you for college. Whether it was through active duty, growing up in a military family, or being strong for your family while your spouse was deployed.

The Liljegren Law Group will award 2 applicants a $500 scholarship. The scholarship can be used for any school related expenses, such as tuition and books.

The first winner will be chosen by the firm, the other chosen by the people. We will choose 15 finalists for the second scholarship and post their submissions on our blog. Then it’s time to get social. The finalist’s essay with the most social support (tweets, likes, shares, +1′s) will receive the second $500 award.
Participants must meet the following criteria:

·         Enrolled at an accredited high school, college, or university in the U.S.

·         Undergraduate, graduate or the final year of high school

·         Age seventeen (17) years or older

·         Must be a Military member, veteran, or have a parent or spouse who is or was in the military

·         Carry a status of “Good Standing” – i.e. currently enrolled

·         Maintain a cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 3.0 (or equivalent)

·         Submission must be received by June 5, 2014

Please note:

·         There is no printed application from the Liljegren Law Group, all necessary information is on this page

·         Please send your information and submission via email to: scholarship@liljegrenlaw.com

·         No need to print this page; just send your written response and contact information

·         Do not send any CD ROMs, letters of recommendation, tax returns, bank balances, resumes or CVs

·         Winning submissions will be published on our site.

·         Please Include:

·         Your submission (make sure to save a digital copy for your records.)

·         First & last name, email address & phone number printed at the top of each page

·         Statement or transcript of your Grade Point Average (GPA) – unofficial transcripts accepted

·         College or institution of attendance

·         Name, rank, and military branch you/your parent/your spouse served in

Get Social:

We will choose 15 finalists and post their submissions on our blog. Share your submission with your friends and family on Facebook, Twitter, and Google plus. The one with the most social support will be awarded the second $500 scholarship.

DIRECT2TV is currently rewarding a $1,000 scholarship for current and up-coming college students. Deadline has been extended to 6/1/2014.


Students will submit a 300 to 1,000 word essay discussing their interaction with technology and how it functions as part of their interaction with society. Please visit http://www.direct2tv.com/directv-scholarship.html for more details.






Sponsor/Institution Information:

Organization: EngagedMetrics

Address: 706 Front Street, Suite 4

City, State, Zip: Louisville, CO, 80027

Country: United States

Phone: (303) 834-1076

E-mail: contact@engagedmetrics.com

Website: http://www.engagedmetrics.com/

Scholarship Contact Information:

Person for Students to contact: Josh Greenberg

Title: EngagedMetrics Scholarship Coordinator

Address: 706 Front Street

City, State, Zip: Louisville, CO, 80027

Country: United States

Phone: (303) 834-1076

E-mail: scholarship@engagedmetrics.com


Award Information:

Name of Award: Understand and Measure Employee Engagement Scholarship

Application URL: http://www.engagedmetrics.com/employee-engagement-scholarship/

Essay Deadline: January 31, 2013

Design Survey: April 30, 2014

Type of Award: 2 Step Contest

GPA: None

Is award school specific? If yes, which school? No

Amount awarded: $750

Number of awards: 1

Enrollment Levels: College students and high school seniors in the United States

Award description:


Students will begin the process by researching various concepts around employee engagement and submitting an essay on the topic. After reviewing the student submitted essays, EngagedMetrics will choose two students we believe have done their research and have gained the greatest insight surrounding the benefits and importance of employee engagement.

Employee engagement is the level to which employees are committed to the organization, feel invested and valued in their jobs, and are dedicated to the success of the company.

EngagedMetrics creates tools that allow companies to measure the engagement levels of their employees, all while determining the strengths and weaknesses of the organization.

Following the essay phase, the top two students from step one will use the EngagedMetrics platform to design and deploy an employee engagement survey for a fictitious company. The student with the greatest understanding of how to measure employee engagement and the most innovative survey will receive a $750 reward to go towards their education.


The Media Plan Case Competition identifies talented undergraduates from across the country. Bringing 12 student finalists to Washington, D.C. for a week of networking and out-of-the-classroom educational opportunities with organizations such as Google, POLITICO, NBC and The Washington Post.

Top finishers also take home a portion of $10,000 in scholarship awards along with connections that lead to internship and job opportunities.

The 2014 Qualification Round materials are now available. To register and learn more visit MediaScholars.org.




Application Deadline: March 1st, 2014

Award Announcement: May 1st, 2014


General Program Information

Since our company's inception, Shift Insurance has aimed to change the way you think about insurance and now we aim to change the way you think about learning. Pursuing post-secondary education can provide us with important experiences that extend our knowledge and contribute to personal growth. However, there are also life experiences that occur outside the classroom that can offer bits of wisdom in our lives. Consider driving, for instance. The majority of the country’s population spends a good chunk of time behind the wheel and/or as passengers on a regular basis but how often do any of us seize the opportunity to reflect on these experiences?

Take a moment to think about your most memorable experiences—both good and bad—as a driver and/or a passenger. Whether or not you noticed it at the time, they probably helped you learn something about yourself, others, or life in general. Share your experiences with us and take advantage of our new scholarship opportunity! Shift Insurance is offering The Drive to Learn scholarship award to college students across the United States to honor the learning done in and outside of classroom walls. If you are currently a full-time student at a four-year university, graduate program, community college, or trade school, Shift Insurance wants to hear from you. Simply tell us about an important learning experience you had while on the road —either as a driver or a passenger—and you could receive $1000!

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Read the Terms and Conditions - Our full Terms and Conditions section must be read and agreed to in order to qualify for the program.
  2. Full time student - Applicants must be enrolled full time (at least 12 undergraduate units or 6-9 graduate units) at a single educational institution located in the continental United States.
  3. Citizenship - U.S citizens and non-U.S. citizens are eligible to apply
  4. Response to Prompt - In 750-1000 words, prepare a written response that addresses ONE of the following prompts:
    1. Some of the best life-lessons are the ones we learn from our mistakes. Share a lesson you learned when facing the consequences of bad decision-making as a driver or a passenger. Describe the situation and explain how it led to a valuable learning experience.
    2. Learning how to drive is a different experience for everyone because some may find it easy to accomplish while others struggle with the challenge. Describe your experience. What did it take for you to become a confident driver? What valuable lesson(s) did you learn--about yourself, others, or life in general--during or after the process?
    3. You may have noticed that people tend to change over time. For example, you're probably not the same person you were as a freshman in high school. Think about the driver you were when you first obtained your driver's license. Maybe you were a young and reckless driver or perhaps a timid and careful driver. Now think about the driver you are today. Describe how you have changed as a driver. Does this transformation reflect changes in other aspects of your life (i.e. driving more carefully after a near-death experience, driving aggressively after losing your job, etc.)? If so, explain. Would you consider this transformation to your benefit or do you see it as a potential problem? Why?
    4. Although the vast majority of the country's population drives on a regular basis, there are still many people who do not. Are you one of them? What's keeping you from getting behind the wheel? Maybe the city you live in is not commuter-friendly, maybe you cannot afford to buy a car, or perhaps you simply choose not to drive. Describe your situation. Is this an obstacle for you? Why or why not? How has not driving influenced you and your life?
  5. Application Submission - Visit our scholarship application page and follow the directions for completing your submission. Applications must be received no later than 11:59pm PST on March 01, 2014.

Guidelines for Written Response


To apply, students need to fill out the application and upload their resume by March 3, 2014You can learn more about the program and enter here: http://us.asos.com/Asos-Internship-Around-The-World/Cat/pgehtml.aspx?cid=18928 


The Crystal Group Innovation in Engineering Scholarship is awarded each year to one full-time student pursuing an undergraduate degree in engineering. This scholarship opportunity is for a member of the military (including current military, reservists and veterans), a child of a military service-member, or a spouse of a military member.

Undergraduate engineering programs are those offering a bachelor’s degree in engineering.

All scholarship winners receive a non-renewable scholarship of $1,000 payable directly to the institution in which they are enrolled.

Download Scholarship Application >>


The Innovation in Engineering Scholarship, sponsored by Crystal Group, was founded in 2013 as a way to celebrate and encourage the spirit of innovation. The ongoing innovation of our mechanical and electrical engineering team has been instrumental in the growth and success of our company and our ever-expanding rugged solutions, and we recognize that today’s engineering students will be the driving force for continued innovation in the future.

As an Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) company, Crystal Group appreciates the values, leadership and unique skills Service members bring to the workforce and encourages opportunities to employ Guardsmen, Reservists and Veterans. We continually recognize and support our country’s Service members and their families in peace, in crisis and in war.


To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:

·         Enrolled in a full-time undergraduate engineering program working toward a bachelor’s degree

·         Are either a military veteran, a child of a military veteran, or a military spouse

·         Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher

·         Must have completed at least 60 semester hours to be eligible

·         Submit typed (double-spaced) essay answering one of the posed questions

*Note: Past winners and applicants of this scholarship are eligible to re-apply in future years.

Application Deadline and Timeline

Applications are not accepted prior to Mar 1st, 2014. All applications must be postmarked by April 30, 2014. Scholarship awards will be announced on May 30, 2014.

Contact Information

Crystal Group
Attn: Innovation in Engineering Scholarship
850 Kacena Rd.
Hiawatha, IA 52233

For more information, contact:
Melissa Doudna
Ph: 319.378.1636 (x270)

Application Checklist

·         Complete Application Form

·         Typed Essay

·         Two Letters of Recommendation

·         Current Resume Detailing Work History, Internships, Community Work, etc.

·         Enrollment Verification Form (Can be returned with the above or separately. Must be received by the above deadline).

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Sunoco Rewards Scholarships (TWO $1,000 opportunities available); Deadline- 6/1/2014 


Sports Unlimited 2014 Scholarship; Deadline- 4/20/2014


Big Fish Online Games Scholarship ($2,500 scholarship); Deadline- 5/31/2014


Oz Moving & Storage Scholarship 2014; Deadline- 4/4/2014


AWeber Email Marketing Scholarship; Deadline- 5/1/2014


Emergency University $1000 Scholarship; Deadline- 4/30/2014


Griswold Home Care 2014 Scholarship; Deadline- 5/1/2014


Revzilla “The Future of Motorcycle Technology” Scholarship; Deadline- 4/20/2014


Nuvation Engineering Scholarship; Deadline- 5/31/2014


Autodesk Scholarships and Competitions; Deadline- Ongoing


Lamps.com 2013 Scholarship; Deadline- 6/1/2014


PicMonkey $1000 Scholarship; Deadline- 5/31/2014


RE/MAX of New Jersey 2014 Scholarship; Deadline- 4/30/2014


IssueTrak Help Desk Software Scholarship; Deadline- 5/31/2014


Westway Electric Supply “Illuminating Ideas” Scholarship; Deadline- 4/30/2014


NAVEX Global Policy and Procedure Management Software Scholarship; Deadline- 5/31/2014


The Company Corporation’s Quarterly Business Plan Contest; Deadline- Ongoing/Quarterly


Free Country Principles Scholarship Essay Contest; Deadline- 5/31/2014








The creators of the “Student Award Search Aid” website are renewing the scholarship for 2014.


Please visit our website at http://www.studentawardsearch.com/scholarships.htm to read about us and to apply for our scholarship.  While you’re there, please browse through the rest of the site to learn more about applying for scholarships.


The deadline for applications is May 26, 2014


Amount of Scholarship:  $1,000


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at awards@studentawardsearch.com





Organization: Goldstein & Hayes

Address: 3060 Peachtree Rd, NW Suite 1000

City, State, Zip: Atlanta, GA 30305

Country: United States

Phone: (404) 869-8600


E-mail: jph@goldsteinhayes.com

Website: http://www.goldsteinhayes.com/


Respondent Information (for Internal Purposes Only):

Name: Nicole Rende

Title: Marketing Coordinator

Phone: (970) 819-2259

E-mail: nrende@ethicalseoconsulting.com


Contact Information:

Person for Students to contact: Jonathan Hayes

Title: Goldstein & Hayes Scholarship Coordinator

Address: 3060 Peachtree Rd, NW Suite 1000

City, State, Zip: Atlanta, GA 30305

Country: United States

Phone: (404) 869-8600


E-mail: jph@goldsteinhayes.com


Award Information:

Name of Award: Goldstein & Hayes Scholarship Contest

Application URL: http://www.goldsteinhayes.com/scholarship

Deadline: May 31, 2014

Type of Award: Contest

GPA: None

Is award school specific? If yes, which school? No

Amount awarded: $1,000

Number of awards: 1

Enrollment Levels: College students and high school seniors in the United States


Award description:

Goldstein & Hayes understands that serious injury can be very devastating events. We would like you to describe a time in your life when you have persisted in spite of great adversity. As personal injury lawyers, we are very interested in these stories. The student with the best response to the essay will receive the scholarship. The essay must be under 750 words and you must be a high school student accepted into higher education or a student in a college or university.



eRubbermaid.com is proud to award one lucky applicant with $1,000 to attend school next year. If you would like this individual to be you, here's how:

Choose one remarkable innovation in the waste management or cleaning/sanitation industry and describe it's importance in an essay.

This essay will not be judged based on the grander of the innovation, but rather in the description of its application, value and impact in it's respective field. Find a topic you think is exciting, research it, and then write an essay that peaks our interest as well. We LOVE innovation!

Eligibility requirements:

1.    Applicants must be one of the following:

1.   Graduating High School Senior

2.   College Freshman

3.   College Sophomore

1.    Must be entering fall semester before your 23 birthday.

2.    U.S. Citizen.

For eligible applicants, here is how you can enter:

1.    Pick your innovation topic and write an essay in 500-1000 words (general guideline).

2.    Save your essay in one of the following formats:

1.   Microsoft Word Document

2.   PDF

3.   Google Document

1.    When naming your file, please include your full name in the file name.

2.    Attach your document to an email and send it to us at scholarships@eRubbermaid.com.

3.    Submit your essay on or before our application deadline of June 30th, 2014.

We at eRubbermaid will review all essay applications and chose a winner on July 10, 2014. The winner of our $1,000 scholarship will be announced on this page and will immediately receive the scholarship funds in the form of a check in the mail.




The BigSun Organization is proud to be able to continue to help young athletes succeed in their academic pursuits. We are offering an annual scholarship to a deserving student. All student athletes are eligible for this award, regardless of which sport they are participating in.

Deadline - June 20, 2014  

Amount of Award - $500.00

The successful applicant will be a high school senior or be attending a post-secondary institute and currently involved in some sport at that institution or in the community..

Please visit our website at http://www.bigsunathletics.com to learn how to apply.



No application or essay

Just contribute knowledge about stuff you already know.

Who is eligible

• Full-time undergraduate or graduate students as of fall, 2013 at an accredited college or university in the United States.

• US citizens or legal permanent residents.

Help others while helping yourself

The knowledge you contribute will help others. Isn't that better than writing an essay no one will read except a scholarship review board?

Know your chances of winning

A leaderboard shows you how you're doing. With traditional scholarships, who knows what your chances are.

Weekly cash awards

You can win awards along the way so it's not all or nothing.


The Sussle Scholarship is awarded monthly. It begins and ends every calendar month. Start early to improve your chances. For more information, visit http://sussle.org/scholarship.




Sponsor/Institution Information:

Organization: The Reeves Law Group

Address: 515 South Flower Street, 36th Floor

City, State, Zip: Los Angeles, CA, 90071

Country: United States

Phone: (213) 271-9318


E-mail: scholarship@robertreeveslaw.com

Website: http://www.robertreeveslaw.com/


Respondent Information (for Internal Purposes Only):

Name: Nicole Rende

Title: Marketing Coordinator

Phone: (970) 819-2259

E-mail: nrende@ethicalseoconsulting.com


Contact Information:

Person for Students to contact: Robert Reeves

Title: The Reeves Law Group Scholarship Coordinator

Address: 515 South Flower Street, 36th Floor

City, State, Zip: Los Angeles, CA, 90071

Country: United States

Phone: (213) 271-9318


E-mail: scholarship@robertreeveslaw.com


Award Information:

Name of Award: The Reeves Law Group Scholarship Contest

Application URL: http://www.robertreeveslaw.com/Scholarships/

Deadline: July 1st, 2014

Type of Award: Contest

GPA: None

Is award school specific? If yes, which school? No

Amount awarded: $1,000

Number of awards: 1

Enrollment Levels: College students and high school seniors in the United States


Award description:


The Reeves Law Group is offering their first annual $1,000 scholarship. We are interested in hearing from the students about a time that they stood up for someone who was not able to stand up for themselves. We are also interested in hearing how that experience has impacted the your life and the lives of the person or persons you may have helped. Your story can be submitted in a number of ways and we would like to make sure you get creative with your delivery strategy. Below are the different ways your story can be submitted:


                      Powerpoint or Prezi Presentation

                      Video (via Youtube)

                      Traditional Essay

                      Blog Post

                      Social Media Post

                      Any other creative way!


We look forward to hearing these wonderful stories and remember the contest will be judged based on quality of writing, creativity of presentation, and "sharability" and emotion.


Do you have a passion for learning and want to further your education? Do you want to improve your chances of employment by earning a college degree?

We all know that, in today’s economy, scraping together funds to attend college can be a challenge. Tuition alone can be a burden, but related expenses such as room & board, textbooks, and other materials add up quickly. It is easy to feel overwhelmed and discouraged, wishing for some relief.

Goedeker’s believes in your potential and would love to see you flourish. That is why we are offering a $500 grand prize scholarship toward costly college textbooks.

About Goedeker’s

Goedeker’s is a St. Louis-based, family-oriented company dedicated to excellence in service, convenience in shopping, and offering quality products at affordable prices. We sell an expansive selection of name brand kitchen appliances, washers and dryers, mattresses, and other home furnishings, both online and at our showroom location in St. Louis.

Applying for a Scholarship

Write an essay about why attending college and your field of study are important to you. Give us some insight into your personal background, your philosophy about learning, why you chose your field in particular, and any other information you feel is relevant.

Awards Available

The grand prize is a $500 scholarship. Two $100 scholarships will also be awarded to honorable mention entries.

Submission Requirements

§  Essay length: 300 words minimum

§  Minimum GPA: 3.0

§  Clear contact information (name, mailing address, preferred means of contact)

§  A few sentences about yourself and a recent photo of yourself which will be used for publicity purposes on Goedeker’s Home Life blog

§  A scanned image of a valid student ID which proves that you are enrolled in an accredited college for the spring 2014 semester

Please attach the items listed above to an email and send them to David at david.chow@goedekers.com with the subject line “Scholarship Essay Entry.”

Deadline to Enter

We will consider submissions of essays until the entry deadline, which is July 31, 2014, at 12am CDT.

Winners Announced

The honorable mentions will be awarded on August 11 and August 12, 2014.

The grand prize will be awarded on August 13, 2014.

All announcements will be made on Goedeker’s Home Life blog, which can be found here.

Accepting the Scholarship Award

Once an entrant is notified of winning, the entrant has three days to respond and accept the scholarship award. If the selected winner does not respond within the allotted time, another winner will be chosen.

Once the winners are announced, awards have been accepted, and valid mailing addresses have been obtained, Goedeker’s will mail the winners a check for the amount of the scholarship they won.



The CONSOLE & HOLLAWELL $1,000 LEGAL LEADERS SCHOLARSHIP 2014 is available to students who are pursuing a career in law. Applicants must be pursuing a degree in the following areas: pre-law, paralegal studies, or working towards their juris doctorate in any concentration of the law.


Applicants must meet the following criteria:

- Must be a U.S. citizen.

- Must be a full-time student attending (or planning to attend on a full-time basis) an accredited institution of higher education.

- Must demonstrate admission and plans to enroll, or proof of current enrollment in an accredited institution of higher education. *If you have not yet received your acceptance into college or law school, you may still apply, but the scholarship will not be released without proof of acceptance and enrollment.

- Academic achievement as reflected by a minimum 3.0 GPA.

The award recipient shall provide the following documentation to obtain the scholarship:

- A transcript reflecting the student’s current standing with a 3.0 GPA.

- Proof of admission and enrollment in an accredited institution of higher education.

- The Console & Hollawell Legal Leaders Scholarship is to be used exclusively for school tuition and related expenses. A check for $1,000 will be made payable to the award recipient’s university or college to cover these expenses.

- For additional information about this scholarship, please visit http://www.consoleandhollawell.com/pages/legal-leaders-scholarship/


Application Materials

All applicants must complete the provided Legal Leaders Application and submit a 500 word essay on how he or she intends to impact his or her community through the law.. All applicants must also include a valid transcript reflecting his or her current standing with a 3.0 GPA and proof of acceptance and enrollment. Failure to include all required materials will result in immediate rejection of the application.


The Console & Hollawell Legal Leaders Scholarship recipient will be notified of the selection on or about August 15, 2014.


Completed applications must be submitted no later than July 15, 2014. Applications should be emailed to Jonathan Lister at JLister@consoleandhollawell.com with the subject line “2014 Legal Leaders Scholarship” or mailed to:

Console & Hollawell, P.C.

Attn: Jonathan Lister

525 Route 73 North, Suite 117

Marlton, NJ 08053


Click here to download the application form.






“78% of people have had at least 1 cavity by the age of 17.” – Statistic Brain

Here at Dentistry at Happy Canyon, we are invested in making sure everyone is getting the best care for their teeth. One problem we have as a society is the fact that people do not have a great system of how they take care of their teeth, thus causing cavities and other tooth and gum issues. Because we see these negative effects every day, we have created a scholarship contest that will help spread the word about different habits others can get into in order to keep their gums and teeth free of cavities and other health problems. The winner of this scholarship will receive a $500 scholarship to put towards higher education.


High school seniors and higher education students who have been or are accepted into a college, university, or trade school.



We would like each student to create an essay to let others know about their daily habits and how they can help others and how they have helped you achieve healthier teeth.


Judged on

Essays will be judged on creativity, as well as the ability to grasp the importance of good habits when it comes to teeth cleaning.


Application Directions

858 West Happy Canyon Rd #135

Castle Rock, CO 80108

(303) 688 – 3800

·         With your essay, include the following:

o    Your name, phone number, and mailing address

o    The school you will be are are enrolled in

o    Your area of study

·         If you have any questions about this opportunity, use our contact form or call us at 303.688.3800.


The deadline for this scholarship is December 31st, 2014. A winner will be selected by January of 2015.



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We invite your students to compete for one of 12 networking trips to Washington, DC and a portion of $10,000 in scholarship awards through the 2014 Media Plan Case Competition. 

Marketing information for sharing on Twitter, Facebook and Listservs follows. If you have any questions, please let us know.

LISTSERV language.  The Media Plan Case Competition, deadline of February 12, 2014, awards four scholarships, two $3,000 scholarships and two $2,000 scholarships. Twelve finalists participate in an all-expense-paid networking trip in Washington, DC. During their week in the nation's capital, the six teams of two meet with dozens of nationally recognized media industry leaders. 

There is no minimum GPA, SAT/ACT requirement and all majors and current undergraduates are invited to participate. The Qualification Round may be completed individually or as a two-person team.  Case Competition files are available here.

Registration now open! Additional benefits apply for registered individuals & teams.

TWITTER MESSAGE. Scholarships + a DC networking opportunity. The @MediaScholars Media Plan Case Competition. Free to apply. bit.ly/19MWLEm.

FACEBOOK. Like our group.

POSTER. The official 2014 poster is available online for on-campus and digital distribution. The pdf may be printed on letter-size paper (landscape layout).  Click here for the file.

Thank you for sharing this opportunity with your students.