MIT THINK Scholars ProgramAward: $1,000 for projects. $200-$500 for winners (3 awards) Deadline: 1/1/2018 Eligibility: U.S. high school students. How to apply: Upload a document describing your idea, goals, and implementation procedure.
GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship ProgramDeadline: January 4, 2018 The GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program, sponsored by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute and General Electric Company (GE), is offering $10,000 scholarships to high school seniors in the United States. The GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program is open to current high school seniors who demonstrate the attributes of leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship similar to those exhibited by President Ronald Reagan. Like President Reagan, candidates use the formative experiences of their youth to lead, serve, and pursue a life of purpose and significance, both individually and for their communities. Renewable scholarships are offered for full-time study at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States. For more information, and to apply, visit the Reagan Foundation website.
John F Kennedy Scholarships Contest The 2018 contest will open for submissions on September 1, 2017.Contest InformationIn Profiles in Courage, John F. Kennedy recounted the stories of eight U.S. senators who risked their careers to do what was right for the nation. These leaders demonstrated political courage by taking a stand for the public good in spite of pressure by interest groups, their political party, or even their constituents. The Profile in Courage Essay Contest challenges students to write an original and creative essay that demonstrates an understanding of political courage as described by John F. Kennedy in Profiles in Courage. The maximum word count is 1,000 with a minimum of 700, not including citations and bibliography. Use at least five varied sources such as government documents, letters, newspaper articles, books, and/or personal interviews. All submissions must adhere to contest requirements. The contest deadline is January 4, 2018. Contest TopicDescribe and analyze an act of political courage by a U.S. elected official who served during or after 1917, the year John F. Kennedy was born. Include an analysis of the obstacles, risks, and consequences associated with the act. The essay may concern an issue at the local, state, national, or international level. Contest PoliciesAll entries must be postmarked or received by January 4, 2018, with the required registration form available on this web site. The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation is not responsible for lost, late, misdirected, damaged, illegible, or incomplete submissions. Decisions of the Profile in Courage Award Committee are final. Winners will be notified by mail and via telephone by March 31. All participants will receive a letter notifying them of the winners along with a Certificate of Participation by the end of May. By entering, you agree that your essay will become the property of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation and will not be returned. The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation reserves the right to print and display the essays and photographs of the contest winners. Contact the Contest CoordinatorImportant Note: Before contacting the Profile in Courage Essay Contest Coordinator, please be sure to read over the FAQ section of this web site. Email: email@example.com Visit the Profile in Courage Essay Contest on Facebook!
JonesTshirts.com "Love Your Career" ScholarshipAward: $1,000 Deadline: 1/8/2018 Eligibility: U.S. college or university students. How to apply: Submit an essay of at least 1,000 words about starting a path towards having a career that you love.
AbbVie Immunology ScholarshipDeadline: January 9, 2018 The AbbVie Immunology Scholarship is designed to provide financial support for exceptional students living with chronic inflammatory diseases. Scholarships of up to $15,000 each will be awarded, dependent upon type of degree pursued. Applicants must be legal residents of the U.S. and diagnosed by a healthcare professional with one of the following: ankylosing spondylitis (AS), Crohn’s disease (CD), hidradenitis suppurativa (HS), juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), psoriasis (Ps), psoriatic arthritis (PsA), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), ulcerative colitis (UC), or uveitis (UV). Qualified applicants must plan to enroll in undergraduate (associate’s, bachelor’s) or graduate (master’s, MD, JD, doctorate) study at an accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school in the U.S. for the 2018-19 academic year. Scholarships will be awarded based on academic excellence, community involvement, and ability to serve as a positive role model in the immunology community. For more information, or to apply, visit AbbvieImmunologyScholarship.com.
It is our great pleasure to announce The Clark and Christine Ivory Dream Access Scholarship! The Clark and Christine Ivory Dream Access Scholarship has been established to support the access, retention, and graduation of undocumented students at the University of Utah. This scholarship grants multiple awards valued at $1000-$2000 each for Spring 2018. We are extremely grateful and excited for the generous support of the Clark and Christine Ivory Foundation, and we look forward to continuing working together in supporting Dreamers in Utah! The Clark and Christine Ivory Dream Access Scholarship Deadline: January 14, 2018 Requirements: The Clark and Christine Ivory Dream Access Scholarship has been established to the access, retention, and graduation of undocumented students at the University of Utah. Open to undocumented students (with or without DACA) who graduated from a Utah high school. Student must be an incoming or continuing University of Utah undergraduate student in pursuit of their first undergraduate degree. Student must demonstrate satisfactory progress toward a degree with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher. Preference will be given to students who demonstrate financial need. Scholarship Link: https://ugs.formstack.com/forms/ivorydream
Ascent No-Essay Scholarship SweepstakesAward: $5,000 Deadline: 1/15/2018 Eligibility: U.S. students enrolled in a degree program at least half-time, 18 years or older. How to apply: Fill out a survey
Think for Yourself ScholarshipAward: $2,500 (1 award). $1,000 (2 awards) Deadline: 1/15/2018 Eligibility: U.S. high school students, 13 years or older. How to apply: Submit an essay of 500 - 800 words.
Movers Corp ScholarshipAward: $1,000 per semester Deadline: 1/15/2018 Eligibility: U.S. US college or university students, 17 years or order with a 2.5 or higher GPA. How to apply: Submit a 500-1000 word synopsis of online marketing ideas intended at increasing the awareness of the MoversCorp brand.
StudentCam Documentary CompetitionAward: $5,000 Deadline: 1/18/2018 Eligibility: U.S. students in grades 6-12. How to apply: Make a five- to seven-minute video with a topic related to 2018 theme.
ACLU of Utah Scholarship 2018 will be the eleventh year that the ACLU of Utah will award scholarships to two eligible college bound Utah high school seniors who have demonstrated a strong commitment to civil liberties through some form of activism. The $1,500 scholarship will be applied toward their college education. Meet the 2017 Youth Activist Scholarship Winners! If you have stood up for:
We want to hear from you! If you are serious about fighting for the constitutional rights of everyone, return theStudent Activist Scholarship Program Application. PAST WINNERS: ACLU of Utah scholarship winners have come from many parts of Utah including American Fork, Brigham City, Herrman, Kearns, Logan, Moab, Nephi, Ogden, Orem, Provo, Salt Lake City, St. George, and Taylorsville. Their civil liberties work includes programs and activities that advocate for racial diversity, rights of disabled students, women’s equality, freedom of religion, freedom of expression, and equality for all. Meet the past winners >> To qualify for the scholarship you must:
Be a Utah resident;
Be a current high school senior planning on entering an accredited college or university as a full-time, degree-seeking student;
Have attained a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. If the GPA is less than 3.0, the applicant is still eligible but must submit an explanation for the lower GPA;
Have proof of strong commitment to civil liberties through some form of activism addressing such issues as equality, racial justice, free speech, religious freedom, tolerance, and privacy.
Students who complete the application forms will be judged on the following standards:
The strength and depth of the candidate’s contributions to civil liberties
The likelihood of the applicant's continuing commitment to civil liberties in the future
Out Loud Scholarship 2018 Out Loud is an artistic platform for youth voices in the LGBTQIA+ community.Through explorations in contemporary art and the creation of a museum exhibition featuring their own artwork, students build their capacity for self-expression and cultivate a sense of agency as important contributors to our society. The program promotes a safer space for interactions with peers, mentors and the greater community, helping students build positive social connections and share their experiences with others. Applications are now open! Deadline is January 22, 2018. VIEW THE 2018 APPLICATIONDOWNLOAD THE FLYER The course is no charge for accepted students. For more information, contact Elly Baldwin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801-328-4201 x124.
The Coolidge Scholarship The Coolidge Scholarship is an annually awarded, full-ride, presidential scholarship that covers a student’s tuition, room, board, and expenses for four years of undergraduate study. The Coolidge may be used by recipients at any accredited American college or university. Anyone of any background, pursuing any academic discipline of study, may apply to this non-partisan, need-blind, program. Students apply for the Coolidge Scholarship during their junior year of high school. Finalists are flown in for a finalist weekend at the Coolidge Historic Site in Plymouth Notch, Vermont where they interview with the Coolidge Scholars Finalist Jury, chaired by Dr. Bruce Cole, former chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Recipients of the Coolidge Scholarship are notified of their award late in their junior year, before college application (note: current high school seniors are not eligible to apply). Finalists who are not named Coolidge Scholars are eligible to receive a smaller, one-time, college scholarship. Calvin Coolidge worked hard in academics; the young New Englander’s only sport was public speaking, often on public policy. The main criterion that distinguishes Coolidge Scholars therefore is academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: demonstrated interest in public policy; an appreciation for the values Coolidge championed; as well as humility and service. The summer before their senior year of high school, newly-selected Coolidge Scholars spend several orientation days at the picturesque birthplace of the President, Plymouth Notch, Vt. There scholars get to know Coolidge and his world, and help the Coolidge Foundation oversee its formidable debate programs. Scholars return to Plymouth Notch for a week in each of the next three summers. The top Coolidge applicants are named “Senators.” In the summer, the Coolidge Foundation invites Coolidge Senators to the Senators Summit in Washington, D.C. At the Summit, the Senators explore the nation’s capital, learn about President Coolidge, and perhaps most importantly get to meet other high achieving students from across the country. The Coolidge Scholars Program is operated by the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation.
The UAEOP Judy Anderson Student Scholarship is designed to assist business education students who wish to continue their education and pursue office related careers, preferably in the educational field. The scholarship is valued at $500. Application is available at www.uaeop.org. Click on Grow and Student Scholarship. Application must be postmarked by January 31, 2017. This information is being sent to all counselors and CTE Business teachers, however, please feel free to forward to students, staff, and/or post in your school offices. GAEOP -Granite Association of Education Office Professionals Apply for the Helen Metos Business Student Scholarship which is designed to assist students in business or office related courses with a $500.00 scholarship. Visit gaeop.weebly.com for more information. Application deadline: January 31, 2018 by 4:oo pm.
Triumphing Over Adversity ScholarshipAward: $500 Deadline: 1/31/2018 Eligibility: U.S. undergraduate or graduate students with a 3.0 or higher GPA. How to apply: Submit a resume and a written statement of roughly 750 words.
Steve Duckett Local Conservation ScholarshipAward: $500 Deadline: 1/31/2018 Eligibility: U.S. graduating high school senior, undergraduate, or graduate students. How to apply: Submit a resume, transcript, and a 500-word personal statement explaining the candidate’s dedication to local conservation.
I Have a Dream Scholarship 2017Award: $1,500 Deadline: 1/31/2018 Eligibility: U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents ages 13 and older. How to apply: Tell us what you dream about in 250 words or less.