Spring Scholarships

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Create-A-Greeting-Card Scholarship $10,000 Deadline:3/2/2022 All high school and college students are eligible

 Submit original photo, artwork or computer graphics for the front of a greeting card. To Apply CLICK HERE

Cancer Unwrapped Writing Contest $1,000 Deadline:3/4/2022 High School (9th-12th grade) students eligible

Submit a short essay about their experience with cancer (theirs or anyone close to them). To Apply CLICK HERE

DCU Scholarship for High School Seniors  $1,000- $2,500 (multiple awards)  Deadline: 3/4/2022 High School Seniors are eligible

Must plan to attend an accredited college this fall. Scholarships are awarded on academic merit, teachers' and/or guidance counselor references, an original essay, awards and recognition, and extracurricular and community service activities. An impartial panel of college educators will judge participants’ entries. To Apply CLICK HERE

GO SKILLS Scholarship for Women  $2,000  Deadline:3/15/22 High School and College Students eligible.

Open to any female high school or college student who wants to start her own online business. To Apply CLICK HERE

Drive 2 Life Contest- $2,000  03/21/2022 Grades 6th-12th  Eligible.

Must create a storyboard or written script for a 30 second public announcement (PSA) about preventing drowsy driving.


Superpower Scholarship- $2,500  Deadline: 3/31/2022 Open to all high school and college students.

Write a short answer to the following question: "Which superhero or villain would you want to change places with for a day and why?" (250 words or less) To Apply CLICK HERE

AFA Teens for Alzheimer’s awareness College Scholarship Essay Contest- $5,000 (top prize but various others of varying amounts) Deadline: 4/1/22 High School Seniors

Write a 1,200-1,500 word essay that describes the impact of Alzheimer’s disease on themselves, their families, or their communities, and what they have learned in light of coping with the brain disorder. Must also include an official high school transcript. To Apply CLICK HERE

We the Students Scholarship Contest- $500-$7,500  Deadline: 4/15/22  High School Students

The We the Students Scholarship contest is open to high school students between the ages of 14-19. The 2022 topic is "How does an understanding of natural rights and respect build a free society?" To Apply CLICK HERE

Force for Good Essay Contest- 3 awards $500, $1,000, $2,500 04/15/2022  High School 10th and 11th graders eligible

Genome Medical is committed to closing the diversity gap in our field and supporting students who are interested and not currently represented. We launch our first annual Force for Good Essay Contest, to increase awareness of professional opportunities in genetics. Eligible students must currently be sophomores or juniors in high school and be a resident of the United States. They must identify as a member of one or more underrepresented populations based on race, ethnicity, sex, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, country of origin, culture, language, religion, spiritual beliefs, health history, disability, financial hardship, and/or others. Students must be able to read and write in English and be able to submit their essay online (1000 maximum limit). Submitted essays must be written in English.Essay Question: There are long standing racial disparities in health care in the United States; how do you see these relating to the fields of genetics and genomics and what is a possible solution to address these issues? To Apply CLICK HERE


American United Student Essay Contest  $1,500  Deadline: 04/19/2022  High School 11th and 12th grade eligible

AU’s annual essay contest encourages high school students to reflect on why religious freedom and the separation of religion and government are important to them and their communities—and what they can do to ensure religious freedom is used as a shield that protects, not a sword to harm others. The 2021 contest focused on an important piece of federal legislation that would ensure religious freedom for all: the Do No Harm Act. AU invited high school juniors and seniors to submit a piece of original writing that responds to the topic. Essay is between 750 and 1,000 words. To Apply CLICK HERE

All About Education Scholarship- $3,000  Deadline: 04/30/2022Open to all high school and college students

Write a short answer to the following question: "How will a $3,000 scholarship for education make a difference in your life?" (250 words or less) To Apply CLICK HERE

Employment BOOST College Scholarship- $1,000 Deadline: Rolling Basis Available to: High School Seniors and College Students      Those applying must have a 3.6 GPA or better. High school students must include a college acceptance letter, one letter of reference, and submit a short essay. Essay topic is dependent on type of major you plan on pursuing.  To Apply CLICK HERE

Helpful Websites

FASTWEB Click Here -Fastweb allows you to search for scholarships. internships, and more.


UNIGO Click Here- UNIGO has multiple ways to search for scholarships and explore various colleges 


Learn To Become- Click Here - Interactive guide that helps you learn about career paths associated with various careers and understand what it takes to get the career from picking the college/classes to climbing the company ladder.

College Students wishing to STUDY ABROAD.
$1,000 and a travel backpack.

Click Here to Apply

If you received TSAA $$ you will want to complete it ASAP so you can get that same $$ this next year. It is first come, first serve based on when the FAFSA is completed!
Click Here to start your FAFSA. 

Repayments will start after Jan. 31, 2022  
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More FAFSA/ Financial Aid Information and Resources are available on the Student Resources tab of our website!