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Many private scholarships for college students are offered each year by a variety of corporate, professional, trade, government, civic, religious, social, and fraternal organizations. These scholarships can range in amount from small honorariums to thousands of dollars. To be considered, students must meet the eligibility criteria specified by the donor or sponsor and complete a scholarship application (if required).

Searching for and applying for scholarships is a time-consuming process, so it is a good idea to start as early as possible. (Prospective students should begin as early as two years before admission to the university.) Breaks from school provide good opportunities to spend time on your search.

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SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH SERVICES

A quick way to start a scholarship search is to use specialized scholarship search sites on the web. The ones listed here are among the most popular free scholarship search sites. Please note that the best source of information about University of Michigan (U-M) scholarships is the U-M Office of Financial Aid and U-M Schools and Colleges. If you register with the companies below and you receive email messages from them about specific U-M scholarships, please check the OFA private scholarship listing FIRST, to see if you would be eligible for the scholarships.

A NOTE ABOUT SEARCH SERVICES THAT CHARGE A FEE

Several companies offer computerized scholarship search services, often charging fees of $175 or higher. The University of Michigan Office of Financial Aid does not recommend these services. Thoroughly investigate them before paying any of these types of fees. Read the Scholarship Scam Alert on The FinAid! website and information from the Federal Trade Commission.

OTHER SCHOLARSHIP RESOURCES

Other good places to start looking for scholarships include the reference section of your local library, your high school guidance counselor's office, and bookstores. You can save time by creating a form letter to send to organizations to inquire about their scholarships.

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PRIVATE SCHOLARSHIP LISTING

Listed below are some of the scholarships made available each year by private organizations and companies. While every effort has been made to present correct data about each of the scholarships listed, we recommend that you contact the sponsors directly to confirm the information here. (full disclaimer)

Scholarships are listed in alphabetical order by sponsor. Scholarships with stars next to them are available now or have ongoing applications.

To jump to a sponsor beginning with a particular letter, click on the corresponding letter below:

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

 

 

1800Wheelchair.com

> 1800Wheelchair.com Scholarship Fund:  $500
- Deadline usually in May
Two scholarships will be awarded to students submitting a "visual poem" on the theme of overcoming a personal challenge. For more information, see
www.1800wheelchair.com/scholarship/.

 

 

A-Z Printing

> "Impact a Life" Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December
Scholarship awarded to best essay on one of the topics from our website. For more information, see
http://www.raffleticket.com/raffle-tickets-scholarship.html.

  

 

Jen Abbas

> Generation Ex Scholarship Essay Contest:  $1,500
- Deadline usually in August
For more information, see
www.jenabbas.com/scholarship.shtml.

 

Acacia Fraternity

> Men's Leadership Scholarship:  up to $2,000
Deadline usually in November
For more information, and application, see
www.michiganacacia.org (click on the scholarship tab on the left).

 

 

Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences

> Randy Pausch Scholarship Fund:  $2,500
Students pursuing careers specializing in the development of interactive entertainment. Possible career paths include (but are not limited to) art, animation, programming, engineering, game direction , game design, sound design, and music composition.

> Mark Beaumont Scholarship Fund:  $2,500
Students pursuing careers specializing in the business of interactive entertainment. Possible career paths include (but are not limited to) executive leadership, law, marketing, public relations, and business development.

- Deadline usually in June
4 scholarships will be awarded. For application and more information, see
http://www.interactive.org/foundation/scholarships.asp.

 

 

Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses - Greater Southeastern Michigan Chapter

> Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses - Greater SE Michigan Chapter Scholarship:  $500
- Deadline usually in May
One scholarship to selected individual currently enrolled in an accredited nursing program.  For questions and application, contact Diana Graor by phone (248) 442-0589 or by email at
dmgraor@yahoo.com.

 

 

Account Control Technology (ACT) Foundation

> ACT Second-Year Scholarship Program:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in October
25 scholarships will be awarded to current sophomores (second-year students) enrolled in a four-year college or university for the entire academic year.  For for information and application, see
www.accountcontrolfoundation.org.
ACLS Medical Training Scholarship Program - Available Now  

> ACLS Medical Training Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December  (12-31-14)  
Essay contest open to any college student, with preference to those currently enrolled in a nationally accredited program (nursing, medical, pharmacy, dental, respiratory therapy, paramedic, emergency medical technician). For more information, see
www.aclsmedicaltraining.com/scholarship/.
 

Advertising Federation of Fort Wayne

> Advertising Federation of Fort Wayne Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application usually available in January 
- Deadline usually in March
One scholarship available.  For information, see
http://www.adfedfortwayne.org/scholarship.html.

 

 

AFPD Foundation, Inc. with Pepsi Bottling Group

> Academic Scholarship Program:  $1,500
- Deadline usually in March
The Associated Food & Petroleum Dealers, Inc. (AFPD) in cooperation with Pepsi Bottling Group is proud to award at least 10 merit scholarships and at least 10 minority scholarships.  For more information, see
www.afdom.org.

 

  

 

Air & Waste Management Association

> East Michigan Chapter Scholarships:  $1,500
- Application usually available in September 
- Deadline usually in February
Up to 4 scholarships available to students studying for a career in air pollution control, hazardous waste management or another environmental area -- one is the Paul R. Shutt Memorial Scholarship (sponsored by his family to honor Mr. Shutt, a former Chapter chair).  For more information and application, see
www.emawma.org.

> West Michigan Chapter Scholarships:  $2,000
- Application usually available in September
- Deadline usually in November
Up to 3 scholarships available to selected students pursuing a career in environmental studies. Preferred courses of study include environmental engineering, physical or natural sciences, or natural resources. Each successful applicant will also receive a student WMAWMA membership.  For more information and application, see www.wmawma.org.

The Air Force - Available Now

> Technical Degree Sponsorship Program (TDSP)
Students majoring in ABET accredited programs and able to graduate before June 2011. If selected, you will be a member of the United States Air Force.  Your duty will be to complete your education and then serve four years as an Engineer in the Air Force.  After you complete your degree, you will attend Officer Training School and be commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, earning between 50-55K annually with regularly scheduled pay raises and promotions.  We will pay you for up to 24 months to complete your degree.  For more information, or an application, please email
Doyace.Wilson@rs.af.mil, or call (517) 206-8099.

> Commissioned Officer Education Opportunities:
http://www.airforce.com/benefits/commissioned-officer-education

AFL-CIO Union Sponsored Scholarships and Aid - Available Now

> Various Scholarships
- Deadlines, number available, and amounts of scholarships vary.
For more information, see
www.aflcio.org/familyfunresources/collegecosts/scholar.cfm.

Alpha Delta Phi - Available Now

> Alpha Delta Phi Literary Scholarship:  $500
For application, click here.  For more information, see http://www.alphadeltaphi.org/AboutUs/Chapters/tabid/59/agentType/View/ChapterID/41/Default.aspx
.
 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation, Inc.

> Merit Scholarships:  $1,000
- Application usually available in November 
- Deadline usually January 15
Download application at www.akaeaf.org/undergraduate_scholarships.htm and return it by mail to:  AKA-EAF, 5656 South Stony Island, Chicago, IL 60637, Attn:  Scholarship Application Enclosed.

> Financial Need Scholarships:  $750 to $1,500
- Application usually available in November 
- Deadline usually January 15
Download application at www.akaeaf.org/undergraduate_scholarships.htm and return it by mail to:  AKA-EAF, 5656 South Stony Island, Chicago, IL 60637, Attn:  Scholarship Application Enclosed. 

 

 

Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity

> To Better the Man Scholarship:  $250 book award
- Deadline usually in September
Offered to all incoming male students at the University of Michigan. Finalists will be chosen based on academic achievement, leadership, and acommitment to involvement in the larger community. You are not required to join Alpha Sigma Phi in order to apply for or win this scholarship. Click here for application.

  

 

Alumni Association of the University of Michigan

> LEAD Scholarship: from $2,500 up to $10,000 (toward in-state tuition) and up to $15,000 (toward out-of-state tuition)
- First round deadline usually in February
- Second round deadline usually in March
Scholarship offered to highly qualified, admitted students who can enhance diversity at the University of Michigan in terms of race, gender, or ethnicity. For more information, see
http://alumni.umich.edu/students/lead.
  American Anthropological Association (AAA)

> AAA Minority Dissertation Fellowship Program:  dissertation writing fellowship of $1,000
- Application usually available in October
- Deadline usually in February
For more information, see
www.aaanet.org.

 

 

American Association for People With Disabilities

> NBCUniversal Tony Coelho Media Scholarship:  $5,625
- Deadline usually in August
Four scholarships available to 2nd year associate students; undergraduate sophomores, juniors and seniors; and graduate students with disabilities who are pursuing communication or media-related degrees. For more information and application, see
www.aapd.com/what-we-do/education/higher-education/Scholarships/scholarships.html.

 

 

American Association of University Women

> Jackson Branch Scholarship:  $2,500
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in March

Two scholarships will be awarded to female residents of Jackson County.  For application and more information, see www.aauwmi.org/jackson/scholarships.html.

 

 

American Business Women's Association (ABWA)

> Stephen Bufton Memorial Educational Fund (SBMEF): $5,000-$10,000
- Deadline usually in May
Four different scholarship programs to support women in their pursuit of knowledge.  For more information, see
https://www.sbmef.org/National/index.cfm.

 

 

American Chemical Society

> American Chemical Society Scholars Program:  $2,500-5,000
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in March
Number of awards varies. For information and application see
www.chemistry.org/scholars.
   American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees/United Negro College Fund

> AFSCME/UNCF Union Scholars Internship Program:  
$4,000 internship stipend, scholarship funding and training
- Deadline usually in February
For more information visit
www.uncf.org.
 

American Foundation for the Blind Scholarships

> American Foundation for the Blind Freedom Scientific Technology Scholarship:  $2,500
- Application usually available in the Fall
- Deadline usually in April
Four scholarships available. For more information see www.afb.org/scholarships.asp.

> American Foundation for the Blind Scholarships:  $500 to $2,500
- Application usually available in the Fall
- Deadline usually in April
Nine scholarships available.  For application and information see www.afb.org/scholarships.asp.

 

 

American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) Research Foundation

> Summer Fellowship Awards:  $5,000
- Deadline usually in February
10 fellowships will be awarded to underrepresented miniority (URM) students who are interested in digestive disease and nutrition-related research.  For more information and application, see http://www.gastro.org/aga-foundation/grants/aga-investing-in-the-future-iitf-student-research-fellowship
  American Geological Institute (AGI)

> AGI Minority Participation Program:  $250 to $1,000
- Deadline usually in March
For more information see website:
www.agiweb.org/education/mpp/, or write:  American Geological Institute, 4220 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22302, Attn:  Minority Geological Student Scholarship Coordinator.
  American Indian College Fund

> Ford/American Indian College Fund Corporate Scholars Program:  Up to $8,000
- Nomination forms are mailed to colleges in October
- Forms must be returned and postmarked by November
For application and information see
www.collegefund.org.

 

 

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)

> Accountemps/AICPA Scholarship:  $2,500
Deadline usually in May
Five scholarships awarded to applicants pursuing a degree in accounting, finance, or information systems.  For application and more information, see
www.accountemps.com.

> John L. Carey Scholarship:  $5,000
- Deadline usually in May
Up to seven scholarships available.  For application and information see
http://www.aicpa.org/BecomeACPA/Scholarships/Pages/default.aspx.

> Fellowships for Minority Doctoral Students:  Up to $12,000
- Deadline usually in April
Number of awards vary.  For application and information see 
http://www.aicpa.org/BecomeACPA/Scholarships/Pages/default.aspx.

American Legion - Erwin Prieskorn Post 46 - Available Now

> Erwin Prieskorn American Legion Post 46 Scholarship Trust Fund
Provides scholarships for incoming undergraduates who are sons or daughters of honorably discharged veterans of our armed forces, for veteran's themselves, and for enrolled ROTC Army, Navy or Air Force Cadets.  Priority would be given to children of service personnel who died while on active military duty.  For contact information, see
www.americanlegionannarbor.org.
  American Psychological Association (APA)

> APA Minority Fellowship Program
- Application usually available in September
- Deadline usually in January
For more information, see
http://www.apa.org/mfp/rprogram.html.

American Residential Warranty - Available Now  

> American Residential Warranty Home Warranty Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December  (12-15-14)  
Essay contest open to any student, who is a U.S. Citizen and a high school senior, college or graduate student who is attending an accredited U.S. College, university or trade institute.  For more information, see
http://americanresidentialwarranty.com/home-warranty-scholarship/.

 

 

American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)

> Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation (SMART) Defense Scholarship for Service Program:  Annual stipend ranging from $22,000-$39,000 (depending on prior educational experience); full tuition and related educational fees; book allowance of $1,000 per academic year; paid summer internships; and employment placement after graduation
- Online application usually available August
- Deadline usually in December
Individuals applying to the program should have a strong interest in working for the DoD as a civilian research scientist or engineer.  For application and more information, see
www.asee.org/smart.

 

 

American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE)

> ASNE Scholarship Program:  $3,000 for undergraduates and $4,000 for graduate students
- Deadline usually in February
Number of awards varies.  Application online at
www.navalengineers.org.
 

American Sociological Association (ASA)
> ASA Minority Fellowship Program (MFP):  Annual stipend of $16,500, plus arrangements for the payment of tuition
For more information, see  www.asanet.org/funding/mfp.cfm or email 
mminority.affairs@asanet.org.

  

 

AmeriGlide

> AmeriGlide Achiever Scholarship:  $500
- Deadline usually in July
Two scholarships available (one for fall semester, and one for spring semester.  Available to full-time students who use wheelchairs.  For more information and application, see
www.ameriglide.com/scholarship/.

 

 

AMG, Inc.

> AMG Structural Engineering Scholarship:  $1,500
- Deadline usually in October
Scholarship for students pursuing a degree in civil engineering, mechanical, structures, or another similar major. For application and more information, see
www.amg-eng.com/structural-engineering-scholarship.

 

 

Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation

> Walter and Florence E. Aupperle Scholarship Fund:  $1,000
- Application usually available in March
- Deadline usually in April
Up to 4 scholarships available to German studies students. 

> Burt Black Memorial Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application usually available in March
- Deadline usually in April
Awarded to graduating senior from Huron High School.

> The Pipe Dream Scholarship Fund:  $2,000
- Application usually available in March
- Deadline usually in August
2-3 scholarships available to Polish students or person of Polish parentage. 

> Sara Marie Diepenhorst Memorial Scholarship Fund
- Deadline usually in April
Available to students from Taylor, MI (contact Taylor High School)

> Starr D. Kohn, Ph.D. PE Memorial Scholarship Fund:  $2,000
- Deadline usually in April
1 grant available to undergraduate student at U-M/Ann Arbor studying Civil Engineering.

> Kenneth W. Kramer, PE Memorial Scholarship Fund:  $2,000
- Deadline usually in April
1 grant available to student from the Ann Arbor or Plymouth area studying Civil Engineering.

> Trigon Scholarship Fund:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in April

1 grant available to male undergraduate student enrolled full-time at U-M.

MANY other scholarships also available.

Specific guidelines and criteria can be found at http://www.aaacf.org/sites/default/files/2011%20Online%20Scholarship%20Listing_4.pdf.  For online application, see http://scholarships.egrant.net.

  Ann Arbor Association for Women in Computing  (AWC)

Scholarship for Women in Computing:  $1,000
- Application usually available in March
- Deadline usually in April
2 scholarships available.  For more information see
www.awc-aa.org/scholarship.aspx or e-mail president@awc-aa.org.

 

 

Antique Caterpillar Machinery Owners Club (ACMOC)

> ACMOC scholarship fund:  up to $2,500
Awarded to individual(s) who are focusing their studies on agriculture, engineering, or other related heavy equipment related industries.

> Alan Smith Memorial Scholarship:  $2,000
Awarded to an applicant interested in construction engineering, construction management or heavy equipment studies.

- Deadline for both scholarships usually in May
All applicants must be aged 25 years or under and be an ACMOC member, or the child of an ACMOC member, in good standing.  More information and application can be found at
http://www.acmoc.org.

 

 

Apogee Search

> Apogee Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in June
1 scholarship available.  Essay contest.  For essay topic and more information see
www.Apogee-Search.com/scholarship.

 

Arab American Engineers & Architects Association (AAEA)

> AAEA Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in August
2 scholarships available to Michigan students of Arab descent whom are pursuing a college degree in either engineering or architecture.  For more information and application, see
www.aaeausa.com and follow the scholarship link under "Services".

 

 

Arab American Women's Business Council (AAWBC)

> AAWBC Scholarship
- Deadline usually in October
Applicants must be Undergraduate and Graduate woman students of the Middle Eastern descent.  For application and more information, see
http://www.aawbc.org.

 

 

Army Emergency Relief (AER)

> MG James Ursano Scholarship Fund for Dependent Children
> Overseas Spouse Education Assistance Program
> Stateside Spouse Education Assistance Program

- Applications usually available in November
- Deadline usually in March
Number of scholarships varies. For more information and applications see
www.aerhq.org.

 

 

Art Metal Workshop Inc.

> "Wrought Iron Art" Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December
Two scholarships available to any currently enrolled student. For more information, see
http://art-metal.ca/scholarship.html.

 

 

ASCO Numatics

> ASCO Numatics Industrial Automation Engineering College Scholarships:  $5,000
- Deadline usually in May
Two merit-based scholarships will be awarded to exceptional full-time engineering students pursuing careers in manufacturing, processing, or other industrial automation related disciplines.  For more information, and application see
www.asconumatics.com/scholarship.

 

 

Asian Indian Women's Association

> AIWA scholarship fund:  $1,500
- Deadline usually in May
Two scholarships will be offered to Indian woman students wanting to attend the undergraduate professional school or 4 year college (limited to families of the members of AIWA).  For more information and application, please see
http://aiwami.org/?page_id=71.

 

 

Asian Women in Business

> Asian Women in Business Scholarship:  $2,500
- Deadline usually in August
Candidates must be female of Asian or Pacific Islander ancestry.  For more criteria and application, see
www.awib.org/ScholarshipFund.
 

Aspen Institute

> William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship for Minority Students:  Between $2,800 and $4,200 will be awarded, depending on the recipient's educational level, financial need, and time commitment.
- Deadline usually in March
For more information, see
www.apsanet.org/PS/grants/aspen3.cfm.

 

 

Associated Food Dealers of Michigan (AFD)

> AFD Foundation Scholarship:  $1,500
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in March
At least 10 merit and 10 minority scholarships are awarded annually.  For more information and application, see AFD Foundation at
www.afdom.org.
  Association of Management Consulting Firms

> Richard Metzler and Roland Berger AMCF Scholarships
- Deadline usually in August
For more information, see
www.amcf.org.

 

 

Association on American Indian Affairs

> Association on American Indian Affairs Scholarships:  Various scholarships available in various amounts
- Deadline usually in June
Number of awards vary.  For more information, see
www.indian-affairs.org.
Automotive Women's Alliance Foundation (AWAF) - Available Now  

>AWA Foundation Education Scholarship:  $2,500
- Deadlines rotate throughout year
Awarded quarterly to women pursuing careers in the automotive industry.  For deadline dates and application, see
http://www.awafoundation.org.

 

 

B4 Brands

> Excellence in Nursing Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in August
Five scholarships will be awarded to non-traditional, full time students pursuing undergraduate degrees in nursing. Non-traditional students are those students who postponed the pursuit of a college degree after high school, or had their college careers interrupted, and instead entered the workforce, or military or fulfilled a family or non-profit obligation. For more information and application, see
www.b4brands.com/nursing-scholarship.
  Ballroom Dance Club at the University of Michigan

> Ballroom Scholarship at the University of Michigan:  $1,000 scholarship for one incoming freshman or transfer student, and $500 for two returning students
- Deadline usually in February
The application and recommendation forms can be downloaded at
www.umich.edu/~umbdc.
Banyan Tree Healing Center - Available Now  

> Scholarships for students in the Healing Arts & Related Fields: $250-500
- Deadline December 1st each year (12-1-14)  
One scholarship awarded each year to a student majoring in Holistic & Alternative Therapies, Traditional Medicine, Sociology, Psychology, or Spiritual Studies and planning a future career in service to humanity.  For more information, see
http://www.banyantreehealingcenter.com/healing-arts-scholarships.html.
  Bell Hospital Auxiliary

> Bell Hospital Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in June
Send official transcript and a letter briefly outlining your career intent, volunteer work, and financial need to the following address:  Bell Hospital Auxillary  Scholarship Committee, c/o Maureen Mitchell, Volunteer Services, 101 S. Fourth Street, Ishpeming, MI 49849 or call 906-485-2356 for more information.

 

 

Berrien Community Foundation

> John E.N. and Dede J. Howard Instrumental Music Scholarship:  $1,000-2,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in March
Offered to individuals who are pursuing a degree in instrumental music.  At least one scholarship available.  For information and application, see www.berriencommunity.org (click on Scholarships).
BestColleges.com - Available Now  

> BestColleges.com Scholarships
- Deadlines dates vary
Multiple scholarships available.  For information, see
www.BestColleges.com.

 

 

Beta Theta Pi Fraternity

> Beta Theta Pi Men of Principle Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in September
Designated for non-Greek male students at the University of Michigan who demonstrate devotion to academic achievement and a commitment to making the University and the community better places to live.  For application and more information, see www.umichbeta.org/scholarship
.

 

 

Big Fish Games

> The Online Games Scholarship:  $2,500
- Deadline usually in May
Awarded to one student (U.S. resident) who writes a 500-word essay on one of two topics related to the casual/mobile/online gaming industry. For topics and more information see
www.bigfishgames.com/blog/big-fish-online-games-scholarship/.

Big John's Plumbing - Available Now  

> Big John's Business Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline each yearJuly 25
Applicant must be taking, or plan on taking, business or business-related (accounting, finance, etc.) courses. For more information, see
http://bigjohnsplumbing.com/big-johns-scholarship/.

 

 

Big Sun Athletics

> Big Sun Scholarship:  $500
- Deadline usually in June
All student athletes are eligible for this award, regardless of which sport they are participating in. For more information, see
www.bigsunathletics.com.

 

 

Big Ten Network

> BTN LiveBIG Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application available in November
- Deadline usually in December
The Big Ten Network is giving away a $1,000 service scholarship this year to a student from each Big Ten school who volunteers at least 10 hours between Sept. 6 and Dec. 9. We will ask the Big Ten community to vote online for the story that inspires them the most. The student from each Big Ten university who gets the most votes will receive the BTN LiveBIG Scholarship for Outstanding Service award and a check for $1,000.  For more information, see
http://www.btnlivebig.com/scholarship/.
Binpress - Available Now  

> Binpress Scholarship for Open Source: $500
- Deadline usually in May  (5-1-15)  
Five scholarships will be awarded to students who have shown a commitment to the open source community and are majoring in computer science.  For more information, see
http://www.binpress.com/content/scholarship.

 

 

Bird-X

> Generation Green Essay Contest Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in September
Write a short essay about your green initiatives (500 words or less). Also a bonus (but separate) photo contest. For more information, see 
http://www.bird-x.com//bird-x-scholarship-pages-247.php

 

 

Black Entertainment Television (BET) and The Sallie Mae Fund

> The Sallie Mae Fund BET Network Next Level Scholarship Competition
Four scholarships will be awarded: $10,000, $7,500, $5,000 and $2,500.
- Deadline usually in December
Essay contest for high school juniors and seniors.  For more information, see
www.BET.com/nextlevelscholar.

 

 

Blaze Wifi

> Blaze Wifi Rural Students Essay Contest:  $500
- Deadline usually in May
Essay contest open to students who went to high school or grew up in a rural community.  For more information, see
www.blazewifi.com/scholarship.

 

 

Blindsgalore


> Blindsgalore National Scholarship:  $2,000
- Deadline usually in May
Women students interested in applying are required to submit a 400-600 word essay describing how they would transform the space around them (to do what?) and a 150 word or less bio about themselves.  For application and more information, see
www.blindsgalore.com/national-scholarship.asp

 

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation

> Blue Cross Blue Shield Excellence in Research Award:  $500 to $1,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in February
Three scholarships available.  For information contact Elizabeth Greaves-Hoxsie at
ehoxsie@bcbsm.com. Application on the web at www.bcbsm.com/foundation.

> Blue Cross Blue Shield Student Award Program:  $3,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in April
For application information see
www.bcbsm.com/foundation.

 

 

Bookoo

> Military Scholarship Program:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in August
Ten scholarships available to military personnel and spouses. You must be currently active duty or married to someone who is currently active duty.  For application and more information, see
www.bookoo.com/military-scholarships.jsp.
  Robert Bosch Foundation

> Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program
- Deadline usually in October
20 fellowships available.  For more information, see
www.cdsintl.org/fromusa/bosch.htm.

BrainTrack Nursing Schools - Available Now

> BrainTrack Nursing Schools Scholarship: $1,000 and $500
- Deadline twice a year:  November 1 and March 1
Essay contest with two awards each year, is open to students with at least one semester of credits towards graduation with an appropriate degree in nursing.  For more information, see
http://www.braintrack.com/colleges-by-career/registered-nurses#scholarship.
Brown, PC - Available Now  

> National Founder's Graduate Business Student Scholarship:  $500 stipend
- Deadline usually in December  (12-12-14)  
Awarded to a U.S. graduate business student with a demonstrated interest in entrepreneurship.  For more information, see
http://www.brownbusinesslaw.com/National-Founders-Graduate-Business-Student-Scholarship.shtml.
 

Ron Brown Scholar Program/CAP Charitable Foundation

>
Ron Brown Scholar Program:  $10,000 for four years
($40,000 total)
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in January
10 scholarships available.  For application and information see www.RonBrown.org.

 

 

Buick and General Motors Foundation

> Buick Achievers Scholarship Program:  up to $25,000 year for 100 students; $2,000 award for 1,000 students
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in February
For more information and application, see
www.buickachievers.com.
  Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

> The Leonard M. Rieser Fellowship in Science, Technology and Global Security:  $2,500-5,000
- Deadline usually in March
3-5 available.  For more information, see
www.thebulletin.org/fellow/.
  Burger King Scholars Program

> Burger King Scholarship
-Information available between October 15 and December 15
Information is available for the following academic year at their website
www.bkscholars.csfa.org.
  Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade

> Student Mobility Program:  up to $10,000 CAD
- Deadline usually in February
Program supports short term initiatives involving exchanges, study tours, internships, scholarships, etc. in Canada for applicants from Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky.  For application and more information, see
www.international.gc.ca/studies-etudes/mobility-mobilite.aspx?lang=en.
  Canadian Federation of University Women

> 7 various fellowships and awards:  up to $10,000
- Deadline usually in November
See 
www.cfuw.org for more information and application.

 

 

Cancer for College

> Cancer for College Scholarships:  amounts vary
- Deadline usually in May
Must be a current or former cancer patient.  For application and more information, see
http://cancerforcollege.org.

 

 

Cash Store

> Continuing Education Scholarship: $1,000
- Application usually available in April
- Deadline usually in May
Five scholarships will be awarded to students who are continuing their education.  For more information, see
www.cashstore.com/scholarship.

 

 

Caster Specialists

> Future Casters Academic Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December
Essay contest for working students between the ages of 18-25. For more information, see
www.casterspecialists.com/scholarship.

 

 

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

> Pauletta & Denzel Washington Family Gifted Scholars Program in Neuroscience:  awardee will be hired in a paid position for one (1) year to conduct research in a Dept. of Neurosurgery laboratory. The amount of the salary is dependent on the student's level of education, skills, and research experience, and may range between $30,000 to $34,000 a year. 
- Deadline usually in January
Two awards available.  For more information, see www.cedars-sinai.edu/washingtonscholars.

Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) - Available Now

> First Year Southeast Asian Language Scholarship:  $1000
- Deadlines on a rolling basis
9-12 scholarships available to students studying a Southeast Asian language (Filipino, Indonesian, Thai and Vietnamese).  For application and more information, see
www.ii.umich.edu/cseas.

 

 

Center for the Education of Women (CEW), University of Michigan

> CEW Scholarships:  Varies (generally $1,000-$8,000 with a few larger awards available) 
- Application usually available in November
- Deadline usually in January
Approximately 40 awards are available.  Application available online at
www.cew.umich.edu/services/scholar

 

 

CenturyLinkQuote.com

> CenturyLinkQuote.com Internet Safety Laws Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December
Recurring scholarship available to all current and prospective college students. For application and more information, see
www.centurylinkquote.com/scholarship.
Chalik & Chalik Law Offices - Available Now  

> Survivor's Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in January  (1-12-15) 
Will be awarded to those who have survived cancer or another serious medical condition and are currently seeking a higher education.  Open to undergraduate, graduate, and law school students who fit the scholarship requirements.  For more information, see
www.chaliklaw.com/scholarship/.
Charleston.com - Available Now  

> Charleston.com's College Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline for Fall term is May 15
- Deadline for Spring term is December 15
Two scholarships are awarded annually.  For more information see
www.charleston.com/scholarships.aspx

 

 

The Christophers, Inc.

> Video Contest for College Students:  up to $2,000
- Deadline usually in June
Students in undergraduate and graduate programs are invited to interpret the Christopher message and mission ("One Person Can Make a Difference") in short films of five minutes or less.  For rules and entry form, click here.
  Chronicle of Higher Education

> David W. Miller Award for Student Journalists:  $2,000
- Deadline usually in June
One award available.  For more information, see
http://chronicle.com/help/milleraward.htm.

 

 

Church Hill Classics

> Frame My Future Scholarship Contest:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in March
Five scholarships will be awarded to winning original essays that communicate what you want to do in your personal and professional life after college.  For more information, see
www.framemyfuture.com.

 

 

CIBER Inc.

> "Motivate Michigan" Scholarship
- Deadline usually in February
Ten possible scholarships available ranging from 1% to 40% of the scholarship pool (which is currently $71,000).  Idea-based competition requesting your creativity and ideas on how to help restore Michigan to its former glory.  For more information and to submit your ideas, go to
www.MotivateMichigan.org.
  Citizens' Scholarship Foundation of America, Inc.

> Tylenol Scholarship:  $10,000 scholarships (10 available), and $1,000 scholarships
- Application usually available in March
- Deadline usually in April
150 available.  For more information and application see
www.scholarship.tylenol.com.
CJ Pony Parts - Available Now  

> CJ Pony Parts Scholarship Video Contest: 2 awards of $500
SPRING: Deadline to submit - April 15 (Winner announced - May 1)
FALL: Deadline to submit - October 15 (Winner announced - November 1)
Awarded to current student who is a U.S. resident and will be enrolling in post-secondary education in their next semester is eligible for this scholarship. This is open to all fields of study and is not exclusive to automotive or related degrees. For more information, see:
http://www.cjponyparts.com/cj-pony-parts-scholarship-video-contest.

 

 

CM Magazine (Composites Manufacturers)

> Gary B. Multanen/CM Magazine Applied Research Student Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in June
One award.  For more information and application, see www.cmmagazine.org/cm/scholarship.cfm.

 

 

CNF Exchange

> Business Finance Scholarship:  $500
- Deadline usually in November
One scholarship available.  For more information and application, see
www.cnfexchange.com/business-finance-scholarship.

 

 

Coalition of Higher Education Assistance Organizations (COHEAO)

> COHEAO Scholarship:  $2,000
- Deadline usually in March
Four scholarships will be awarded.  For more information and application, see
www.coheao.com/scholarship/default.asp.
  Coca-Cola Company

> Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Four-Year College Scholarships:  $4,000 - $20,000
- Applications usually available in September
- Deadline usually in October
250 scholarships awarded.  Application on the web at
www.coca-colascholars.org.

> Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Two-Year College Scholarships
- Applications usually available in February
- Deadline usually in May
400 scholarships awarded.  Application on the web at
www.coca-colascholars.org.
 

Coca-Cola Company and The United Negro College Fund (UNCF)

> Coca-Cola Corporate Scholars Intern Program:  Eight to ten week summer internship at Coca-Cola corporate headquarters in Atlanta, including $2,500 monthly base salary, accommodations, transportation, and $10,000 scholarship upon completion of the internship
- Applications usually available in November
- Deadline usually in December
50 internships awarded. Apply online at
www.uncf.org/scholarship/CorporateScholars.asp.

 

 

John Coltrane Music Program

> John Coltrane Music Scholarship:  $2,000-$5,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in April
Up to 10 scholarships available. For more information see
www.johncoltrane.com.

 

 

Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan

> Otis M. Smith Scholarship Program:  up to $3,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in June
Up to 4 scholarships will be awarded to working single mothers.  Current resident of Wayne, Oakland or Macomb county.  For more information, see
http://cfsem.org.

> Jeptha Wade Schureman Scholarship Program: $7,500
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in June
Up to 10 awarded to fatherless residents of Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Monroe, Lenawee, Washtenaw, Livingston or St. Clair counties (at the time of high school graduation).  For application, see http://cfsem.org.

  

 

Lucile B. Conger Alumnae Group

> Lucile B. Conger Alumnae Group Scholarships for Undergraduates:  $5,000
- Deadline usually in April
Scholarships will be awarded to women with financial need.

 

 

Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF)

> CBCF/Wal-Mart Strive for Excellence Scholarship:  minimum $1,000 each award ($6,000 per CBC Member district)
- Deadline usually in April
For more information, see website:  www.cbcfinc.org, or click here for an application.

> Congressional Black Caucus Spouses Scholarship:  award amounts are determined each year
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually in May
Open to students (high school seniors, full-time undergraduate, graduate or doctoral students) in the 13th Congressional District (Ecorse, Grosse Pointe, Grosse Pointe Farms, Grosse Pointe Park, Grosse Pointe Shore, Grosse Pointe Woods, Harper Woods, Lincoln Park, River Rouge, Wyandotte, and more than half of Detroit).  Applications available in Congresswoman Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick's District offices (Detroit and Wyandotte), or online at
www.cbcfinc.org.

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation - Available Now

> Scholarships vary
- Deadlines, number available and amount varies
For more information, see
www.jackkentcookefoundation.org.
  Corporation for National and Community Service

> Presidential Freedom Scholarships:  $1,000
- Must be nominated by a high school or Boys & Girls Club
- Deadline usually in July
For more information, see
www.nationalservice.org/scholarships/apply.html.

 

 

CosmoGIRL

> CosmoGIRL Born to Lead Scholarship:  $20,000
- Deadline usually in July
Have you made a difference in your school, your community, or the world? Tell us the amazing thing you've done, in 300 words or less, and you could win a $20,000 scholarship from Maybelline New York, plus a trip to NYC for the annual Born to Lead awards.  For more information and to enter, see
www.cosmogirl.com/cgoftheyear.
Cottage Inn Pizza - Available Now  

> Cottage Inn Scholarship:  $500 - $1,000 - $2,500
- Deadline usually in May  (5-31-15)  
Three scholarships will be awarded to high school essay winners. For more information, see
http://www.cottageinn.com/cottage-inn-scholarship/.

 

 

Coupon Community

> CouponCommunity.com Scholarship Program:  $2,000
- Deadline usually in July
One scholarship awarded to a student who values saving money and gaining and education.  You will need to complete an application and submit an essay (400+ word) on how to save money in college.  For application and more information see
www.couponcommunity.com/scholarships/.

 

 

Crain's Detroit Business

> Newsmaker of the Year Scholarship
- Deadline usually in February 
Awarded each year to an outstanding business student with a minimum GPA of 2.5.  Must have excellent work ethic, campus involvement, financial need and a letter of reference from the dean's office or department head.  For application, see www.surveymonkey.com/s/13scholarship.

 

 

CreditCardGuide.com

> FLEXScholar Essay Writing Contest:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in September
10 winners will each be awarded $1,000. For more information and application, see
www.creditcardguide.com/flexscholar.

 

 

CustomMade.com

> Custom Furniture Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December
Enrolled students must write a 1000 word minimum essay.  For more information, see
http://www.custommade.com/scholarships/consumer-advantages-of-buying-custom-furniture-scholarship/.

> Custom Jewelry Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December
Enrolled students must write a 1000 word minimum essay.  For more information, see
http://www.custommade.com/scholarships/consumer-advantages-of-buying-custom-jewelry-scholarship/.

 

 

D-M-E Company

> D-M-E Plastics University Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in July
10 scholarships will be awarded to students enrolled in a plastics program.  Applicants enrolled in related coursework will be considered if they demonstrate a strong academic emphasis and interest in plastics.  For more information and application, see
www.dme.net/education.

 

 

DatingAdvice.com

> Future Counselors of America Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in June
Available to undergraduates and graduates majoring in Psychology who seek a career in relationship counseling or a related field. For more information, see
www.datingadvice.com/scholarship.

 

 

Delta Chi Fraternity Scholarship

>Delta Chi colony of the University of Michigan: $1,000
- Outstanding entering male freshman
- Application usually available in June
- Deadline usually in September
One scholarship available. For more information, see www.umich.edu/~deltachi

 

 

Denova Marketing

> The Creative Design Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in April
One award available to graduating high school seniors who are attending school in the United States and planning to enroll in a regionally accredited post-secondary institution. For more information, see
www.denovamarketing.com/scholarships/.

> Inspiring a Vision Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in April
One award available to college students currently enrolled in a regionally accredited post-secondary institution who are majoring in a Business, Technology, or Art discipline. For more information, see
www.denovamarketing.com/scholarships/.

 

 

Desk and Derrick Educational Trust

> Desk and Derrick Educational Trust Scholarships:  $1,500
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually in April
Thirteen scholarships available to students seeking degrees in fields related to the petroleum, energy and allied industries.  For more information, see www.theeducationaltrust.org.

 

 

Diabetes Scholars Foundation

> Diabetes Scholars Foundation Scholarship: $5,000
- Deadline usually in May
At least 7 scholarships available to incoming freshmen who are actively involved in the diabetes community, have high academic performance, participate in community and/or extra curricular activities, and have demonstrated that they are successfully managing the challenges of living with diabetes.  For more information and application, see
http://www.diabetesscholars.org/college.html.

 

 

Direct Marketing Educational Foundation (DMEF)

> DMEF Scholarship Program:  $1,000 - $3,000
- Deadline usually in May
Multiple scholarships awarded to students studying, or having an interest in direct/interactive marketing.  For application and more information, see
www.the-dmef.org.
  Discover Card with the American Association of School Administrators (AASA)

> Discover Card Tribute Award Scholarships:  Up to nine State (and District of Columbia) Scholarships of $2,500 each; and up to nine National Scholarships of $25,000 each
- Applications usually available in September
- Deadline usually in January
See
www.aasa.org/Discover.htm for more information.

District of Columbia College Access Program (DC-CAP) - Available Now

> DC-CAP Last Dollar Award Scholarship:  up to $2,070 per academic year
- Deadlines:  Upperclassmen (7-31), Freshmen (8-31)
Number of awards vary.  You must be a graduate of a DC Public High School within the last five years.  Remember to apply every year, for up to five years after high school graduation.  For more information and authorization form, see
www.dccap.org.

 

 

DiversityJobs.com

> Scholarship programs award $3,000 annually
- Deadline usually in April
For application and more information, see
http://streetsmart.diversityjobs.com/diversity-scholarship/

Dolman Law Group - Available Now  

> Dolman Law Group Scholarship:  $1,100
- Deadline usually in January  (1-15-15)  
Video essay contest open to students currently attending or planning to attend college, in good academic standing.  For more information, see
www.dolmanlaw.com/scholarship/.

 

 

DutchCrafters Amish Furniture

> DutchCrafters Amish Furniture Heritage Scholarship:  $500
- Deadline usually in May
Three scholarships will be awarded to undergraduate students who draw upon their cultural heritage to shape their vocational aspirations.  For application and more information, see
http://www.dutchcrafters.com/heritage-scholarship.
 

Dyzco Technologies and American Collegiate Financial Services Inc.

> Dyzco Scholarship:  $10,000
- Essay contest deadline July 1
One scholarship awarded to essay contest winner.  Enter online at www.dyzco.com.

 

 

Edofolks

African Student's Scholarship Contest:  $500
- Deadline usually in November
Two scholarships available.  For more information, see
www.edofolks.com/scholarship.

 

 

eINSURE Services Inc.

> eINSURE Your Future Scholarship Program:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in March 
Essay contest open to current Freshman or Sophomore enrolled in an accredited University in the U.S. or plan to enroll by the end of 2014. For more information, see
www.einsurance.com/scholarship.
  Elder & Leemaur Publishers

> University Writing Scholarship (UWS):  up to $10,000 (with 50% for entrance scholarships and the other half for current undergraduates)
- Fall deadline usually in September
Students must submit an essay (no longer than 500 words) on suggested topics.  For more information, see
www.elpublishers.com/content/uwsotherscholarships.php

 

 

Elevation Scholarship

> DOMO Scholarship for Business Management:  $2,500
- Deadline usually in August
Two scholarships will be awarded to college students who are studying business management and who show an interest in analytics.  For more information, see http://www.domo.com.

> CEO of Tomorrow Scholarship:  $2,500
- Deadline usually in July
One award, area of study: General, Business, MBA.  For more information see
http://www.ceo.com/ceo-of-tomorrow-scholarship/

> Y.E.S. Scholarship:  $4,000
- Deadline usually in June
Three awards, area of study:  General, Business, MBA.  For more information see http://www.paramountequity.com/scholarship/

> Nursing Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in July
One award, area of study:  Nursing, Medical, Health related fields.  For more information see http://www.aspiringnurse.com/nursing-scholarship/  

MilitaryVALoan.com
>Disability Awareness Scholarship: $1,000
- Deadline usually in January
General, military. 
http://www.militaryvaloan.com/disability-scholarships.html

SteamlineRefinance.net
> Scholarship for Finance & Economics:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December
Finance, Economics, Investment, Business.
http://www.streamlinerefinance.net/finance-economics-scholarship.html

LifeShield
> Smart Home Scholarship Program:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December
For the general student body
http://www.lifeshield.com

 

 

The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity

> The Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics Essay Contest:  awards $500 to $5,000
- Deadline usually in December
This contest is designed to challenge college students to analyze the urgent ethical issues confronting them in today's complex world.  Students are encouraged to write thought-provoking personal essays that raise questions, single out issues and are rational arguments for ethical action.  For more information see www.ethicsprize.org.

 

 

Encoding.com

> Video Visionary Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December
One award to student who can best tell us about their idea for the future of video.  For more information, see
http://features.encoding.com/scholarship/.

 

 

Energy Education for Michigan, Inc.

> Tony Howard Scholarship Fund:  minimum of $500
- Deadline usually in July
Student must be enrolled in a course of study which will aloow for full time employment in the crude oil and natural gus industry. For application and more information, see
http://www.mogpef.org (see link under "Education").

 

 

Epilepsy Council of West Michigan

> Joel Bierens Scholarship:  $500
- Deadline usually in June
Two awards available to students who are Michigan residents and being treated for epilepsy.  For more information, see
http://epilepsycouncil.org/scholarship.php.

 

 

Everest Nutrition

> "Krill Oil - Educate Your Heart" Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in July
Two scholarships will be awarded.  For more information and application, see
http://krilloil.com/krill-oil-scholarship/.
Excel Builders - Available Now  

> Excel Builders Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December  (12-30-14)  
Essay contest open to college students and high school students entering college.  For application, see
http://excelbuilders.com/scholarship.

 

 

Executive Leadership Council

> Executive Leadership Council Award for Excellence in Business Commentary National Essay Competition:  $3,000-7,000
- Deadline usually in May
10 awards will be given, and recipients must attend October 16-21, 2011 Symposium in Washington DC (all expenses paid).  For application and more information, see http://www.elcinfo.com/downloads/docs/2011_EssayApp.pdf.

 

 

Exit Realty

> Exit Realty Aboriginal Scholarship:  $2,000
- Deadline usually in September
One bursary will be awarded to an Aboriginal student who is attaining their post secondary education.  For more information, and application, see
www.realestatelicense.ca and scroll to the bottom of the website to the "bursary application forum" button.
 

Harvey Fellows Program

> Harvey Fellows Fellowship:  $15,000
- Application usually available in August
- Deadline usually in November
One award available.  For more information, see
www.harveyfellows.org.

  

Flint Kiwanis Educational Foundation

> Scholarship Programs:  $1,250 per year
- Application usually available in January
For more information, see
http://www.geneseeisd.org/careertech/scholarships.htm.

 

 

Foreclosure.com

> Foreclosure.com Scholarship Program: (1) $5,000 grand prize, (4) $1,000 second through fifth place
- Deadline usually in December
Applicants will submit an essay (800-2,000 words) on the topic: "What creative solutions, programs and/or initiatives to stimulate the United States housing market, as well as to turn the foreclosure tide, must a presidential candidate outline/promise to earn your vote?"  For more information and application, see http://www.foreclosure.com/scholarship.

 

 

The Forum Foundation

> The Forum Foundation Endowment Scholarship Fund
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually in May
A scholarship endowment for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students.  For more information, see www.theforumfoundation.org.

 

 

Foundation for Appraisal Education

> 3 scholarship awards: $1,000 to a new appraiser and an experienced appraiser; $1,500 Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales, Ltd. Scholarship in Fine and Decorative Arts.
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in June
Students, new & experienced appraisers or any individual wanting to further their educational development in the area of personal property appraising may apply.  For application and more information, see
www.foundationforappraisaleducation.org.

 

 

The Foundation for Enhancing Communities

> Joseph L. and Vivian E. Steele Architecture Scholarship Fund:  $1,000 to $5,000
- Deadline usually in May
Student must maintain permanent residence in central Pennsylvania.  To apply for the scholarships and for more information, please contact Dawn Morris, Program Officer, at
dawn@tfec.org or visit the website: www.tfec.org.

 

 

The Fruit Company

> The Roy Webster Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in April
Available to incoming freshmen, graduates of Oregon or Washington high schools.  For application and more information, see
http://www.thefruitcompany.com/page/scholarship.

> The Fruit Company Gift Basket Entrepreneur Award:  $4,000
- Deadline usually in April
Available to incoming freshmen, graduate of ANY U.S. high school.  For application and more information, see
http://www.thefruitcompany.com/page/scholarship.

 

 

The Fund for Public Schools

> The Pearl and David Glaubman Memorial Scholarship (Big 10 University Scholarship):  $2,500
- Deadline usually in May
Awarded to outstanding Queens NY public high school senior who will be attending a Big 10 University in the fall.  For application and more information, see
http://schools.nyc.gov/NR/rdonlyres/C8D1A41D-8188-419C-9138-8813A6C817CA/0/BigTenScholarship.pdf.

 

 

Fund for Veterans Education

> The Fund for Veterans' Education Scholarships: amounts vary
- Deadline usually in June
Awards are for undergraduate study only and may be used for tuition, fees, books and supplies, and required equipment.  Student must b
e a veteran of any branch of the Armed Forces (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines), Coast Guard, National Guard and Armed Forces Reserves.  Student must have served and been deployed for a total of at least 60 days in Afghanistan or Iraq after September 11, 2001 (or served in the surrounding area and have documented service in Operation Irqui Freedom or Operation Enduring Freedom), or be a veteran who was deployed to Afghanistan or Iraq after September 11, 2001, but did not meet the 60-day active service period as a result of a service-related injury or condition incurred while serving in Afghanistan or Iraq.  For application and more information, see www.veteransfund.org.

 

 

Future Leaders for America Foundation

> Washington Scholars Fellowship Program
- Deadline usually in February
Students selected to participate in 10-week fellowship program.  For more information and application, see
www.washingtonscholars.org.

 

 

 

Garden Club Forum of the Toledo District, Inc.

> Golden Membership Club Scholarship:  $500
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in May
One scholarship available to a student studying in the areas of horticulture, landscape design, plant pathology, forestry, floriculture, acronomy, environmental control and/or related areas.  For additional information, contact Mrs. Velda R. Priddy, 275 North Ridge Drive, Perrysburg, OH 43551-1266, phone (419) 874-4633, email: mpriddy@wcnet.org.

> Garden Club Forum of the Toledo District Scholarship
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually in May
Two or more scholarships awarded to students from the Toledo area who are currently enrolled in a university and studying in the areas of horticulture, conservation, forestry, environmental sciences, or related subjects.  For application and more information, contact contact Mrs. Gayle Austin, 2954 Westchester, Toledo, OH 43615, phone (419) 531-9616.

 

 

Garden Club of America

> The Katharine M. Grosscup Scholarships:  Up to $3,000
- Application usually available in August
- Deadline usually in January  
Number of scholarships available varies.  Must be current college sophomores, juniors, seniors or equivalent in an agricultural technical institute, and Master's Degree candidates currently majoring in Horticulture or related field.  Preference will be given to residents of Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.  Application and information on the web at www.gcamerica.org.

  Gates Foundation

> Gates Millennium Scholars (amount based on tuition, room, board and books)
- Nomination materials must be submitted in January
For application and more information, see
www.gmsp.org.

 

 

Gemm Learning

> Overcoming Dyslexia Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline for Fall 2013
Gemm Learning invites students who've been influenced by dyslexia to write a 300-500 word essay on the topic "How I Overcame My Struggle with Dyslexia".  For more information see
www.gemmlearning.com/scholarships.php

 

 

Gemvara
  
> Gemvara Scholarship:  $1,250
- Deadline usually in December
2 scholarships available to students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program.  Submit 350 word essay on one of two subjects.  To find out more, see
http://www.gemvara.com/Scholarships/scholarship/view.

 

 

General Motors Foundation

> Buick Achievers Scholarship:  up to $25,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in February
100 scholarships will be awarded to students who plan to major in a specified course of study that focuses on Engineering/Technology or select Design and Business-related programs of study. For application and more information, see
www.buickachievers.com.

 

 

Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship

> The Gilman Scholarship:  up to $5,000
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually in April
800+ awards.  For application and more information, see
www.iie.org/programs/gilman/apply/fall.html.

 

 

Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning

> Rosalie Ginsberg Community Service Scholarship:  $2,800
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in April
Up to two scholarships awarded to students from Cuyahoga County, Ohio, who have excelled at community service while at U-M.  For more information, see http://ginsberg.umich.edu/students/fellow_recogn_scholar.html#students
Giva, Inc. - Available Now  

> Giva Student Scholarship:  $1,000
- Annual deadline of December 1
No specific course of study or major required. For more information, see
http://www.givainc.com/scholarships/.

 

  

Glamour Magazine

> Glamour Magazine Top Ten College Women Competition:  one grand prize of $20,000, and nine $3,000 prizes
- Deadline usually in July
Must be a full-time junior for the 2011-2012 academic year.  Looking for dynamic young woman with leadership experience, academic excellence and inspiring goals.  For application and more information, see http://www.glamour.com/about/top-10-college-women.

Global English Editing - Available Now  

> A Better America Scholarship Program:  $1,500
- Deadline usually in December  (12-31-14)  
Awarded to the student that best outlines, in the most compelling way, the contribution they intend to make to American society after graduation. For more information, see
http://geediting.com/about/scholarship-program/.

 

 

Goedeker's

> Scholarship for books: $100-500
- Deadline usually in July
One grand prize of $500 and 2 honorable mentions for $100 will be awarded.  For more information, see
www.goedekers.com/college-scholarship.
  Goldman Sachs

> Goldman Sachs Scholarship for Excellence:  $5,000 and $7,500
- Deadline usually in December
For more information, see
www.gs.com/careers.

 

 

Google Diversity Programs Team

> Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship:  $1,000-10,000
- Application usually available in November
- Deadline usually in February
Multiple awards.  For more information, and to apply, see
www.google.com/anitaborg.

 

  

 

Government Finance Officers Association

> Frank L. Greathouse Government Accounting Scholarship:  $5,000
- Application usually available in November
- Deadline usually in February
Two awards available. Application available at
www.gfoa.org/services/scholarships.shtml.

> Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship:  $5,000
- Application usually available in November
- Deadline usually in February
One award available. Application available at
www.gfoa.org/services/scholarships.shtml.

> Government Finance Professional Development Scholarship:  $5,000
- Application usually availabe in November
- Deadline usually in February
Four awards available. Application available at www.gfoa.org/services/scholarships.shtml.

> Daniel B. Goldberg Scholarship:  $10,000
Funded by the Girard Miller Foundation
- Application usually available in November
- Deadline usually in February
One award available. Application available at
www.gfoa.org/services/scholarships.shtml.

GraduatePrograms.com - Available Now

> GraduatePrograms.com Scholarship:  $1,000
- Drawings are held quarterly
You must be a current graduate student or have completed graduate school within the last 5 years.  For more information see
www.graduateprograms.com/scholarship/.

 

 

Grand Haven Area Community Foundation

> North Ottawa Community Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship Fund
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in March
Resident of North Ottawa Community Hospital area, pursuing career in the medical field or medically related fields.  For application and more information, see
www.ghacf.org.

> Marjorie Blohm Nursing Scholarship:  $500
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in March
Residents from the Hart/Shelby area in addition to students seved by North Ottawa Community Hospital.  For application and more information, see www.ghacf.org.

 

  

 

Grand Rapids Community Foundation

> Over 500 scholarships from $500 to $5,000
- Application available after January 1
- Deadline usually in April
Over 500 scholarships will be awarded to Grand Rapids/Kent County area students with a 2.5 gpa or above.  For a list of all scholarships, or additional information, see
http://www.grfoundation.org.  To go directly to the online interactive scholar application, see http://grcf.egrant.org.

> Grand Rapids Community College transfer to UM: $1,000 to $3,000
- Deadline usually in April
One scholarship available to student transferring from Grand Rapids Community College to the University of Michigan.  Click here for application.


> Economic Club of Grand Rapids Study Abroad Scholarship:  up to $2,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in April
One (or more) scholarships awarded annually.  Applicants must have a declared major in fields of study related to business, and must have a 3.0 gpa.  Must be a resident of Kent, Allegan, Ottawa, or Muskegon Counties for the prior three years and attending any public university in Michigan. For more information and application, see http://www.grfoundation.org/uploads/files/Econ%20Abroad%202014%20Editable%20Application.pdf.

> Warner Norcross & Judd LLP Scholarship for Minority Students: $1,000 to $5,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in April
Three scholarships available:  Law School Scholarship ($5,000), Paralegal/Legal Assistant Scholarship ($2,000), and Legal Secretary Scholarship ($1,000).  For more information, or to download application form see
http://www.grfoundation.org.

 

 

Greater Ann Arbor Society for Human Resource Management (GAASHRM)

> GAASHRM Student Scholarship Program:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in February
One scholarship available to a freshman or sophomore.  For further information please contact Gretchen Hylko at 734-769-0530 or ghylko@pmaconsultants.com.  You may also visit the website:
www.gaashrm.org.

Greater Flint Community Foundation - Available Now

> Various scholarships for students at specific high schools
- Application availability and deadlines vary
60 scholarships available. Applications distributed through specific high schools; inquire at your high school, call 1-800-767-8270 or send email to
comfoundationgreaterflint@cfgf.org.
  Greater Michigan Chapter American Concrete Institute (ACI)

> Concrete Scholarship:  $2,000
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually in March
One scholarship available. For more information
contact ACI Headquarters at 38800 Country Club Drive, Farmington Hills, Michigan 48331 USA, phone 248-848-3700, Fax: 248-848-3701.

 

 

Green Bracket LLC

> Dietspotlight.com Scholarship Program:  one for $5,000 and five for $1,000
- Deadline usually in December
Six scholarships will be awarded. For more information and application, see
www.dietspotlight.com/scholarship/.

 

 

John Gyles Education Awards

> John Gyles Education Awards: up to $3,000
- Deadline usually in May
Available each year to students in both Canada and the United States.  For application and more information, see
www.johngyleseducationcenter.com.
  Hardwood Floors of Michigan

> Hardwood Floors of Michigan, Inc. Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application usually available in March
- Deadline usually in April
For information contact Kay Kutzley at 517-263-2108. See website
www.hmilumber.com.
Harrison & Bodell Law Firm - Available Now  

> Harrison & Bodell Scouting Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December  (12-31-14)  
Awarded to winning essay about how time in the Girl Scouts or Boy Scouts has prepared them for college. For more information, see
www.harrisonbodell.com/scholarship/.
Hartford Technology Rental (HTR) Company - Available Now  

> HTR Co. IT Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadlines twice a year:  November 30 and April 30  
For more information, see
www.hartfordrents.com/scholarship.

 

 

Hebrew Free Loan Society

> Selim and Rachel Benin Scholarship:  up to $5,000
- Deadline usually in June
Number of awards vary.  For application and more information, see
www.hfls.org.

 

 

HENAAC

HENAAC Scholars Program:  $500 – $5,000
Deadline usually in April
Number of scholarships vary.  For more information and application, see
www.henaac.org.
  Hillsdale Branch of the American Association of University Women

> Lola B. Cook Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application usually available in March
- Deadline usually in June
One scholarship available.  For more information write or call Karen Williams at Hillsdale County Community Foundation, 52 E. Bacon St., Hillsdale, MI 49242, (517) 437-3277.

 

 

Hillsdale County Community Foundation

> Beth Ann Blanchard Memorial Scholarship:  $500
- Application usually available in November
- Deadline usually in March
One scholarship available to residents of Hillsdale County or the Detroit area, pursuing a degree in the area of early childhood education.  For more information see
www.abouthccf.org; must call (517) 439-5101 to request application.

> Tim Lehman Memorial Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application usually available in November
- Deadline usually in April
One scholarship available to a graduating senior of a Hillsdale County or Jackson County high school.  For more information see www.abouthccf.org; must call (517) 439-5101 to request application.
  Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU)

> HACU's Scholarship Programs (several scholarships available)
- Application usually available in March
- Deadline usually in June
Application and information available on the web at
www.hacu.net/hacu/Scholarships.asp?SnID=196397152.

  

 

Hispanic Business Magazine

> The Winner's Circle Scholarship:  $1,500
- Deadline usually in September
For more information, see www.hispancibusiness.com/events/eoy/scholarship
.

 

 

 

Hispanic College Fund (HCF)

> National Hispanic Explorers Scholarship Program:  $500 to $5,000, depending on financial need
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in March
Student can apply online at the Hispanic College Fund website, http://scholarships.hispanicfund.org
.

>
Allfirst/HCF Scholarship Program
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in March
Apply online at http://scholarships.hispanicfund.org
.

> Denny's Grand Slam Scholars
HCF Scholarship Program
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in March
Apply online at http://scholarships.hispanicfund.org
.

> First in My Family Scholarship Program:  $1,000 to $5,000
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in March
Apply online at http://scholarships.hispanicfund.org
.

> Google Hispanic College Fund Scholarship
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in March
Apply online at http://scholarships.hispanicfund.org.

> H.I.S. Program:  $500 to $5,000, depending on need and academic achievement
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in March
When completing the application online at http://scholarships.hispanicfund.org
, you MUST click "yes" for the question "Do you want to be considered for internships?"

> MassMutual Scholars Program:  up to $5,000
- Application usually available in March
- Deadline usually in May
Available full time students entering their sophomore, junior, senior or fifth-year senior year of college.  Must be of African/American/Black, Asian/Pacific Islander or Hispanic decent, U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident with a minimum 3.0 GPA.  Must reside in Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; Central New Jersey; Denver, CO; Houston, TX; Miami, FL; Los Angeles, CA; San Antonio, TX; or San Francisco, CA.  For application, and more information, see http://www.hsf.net/innercontent.aspx?id=440.

 

 

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

> College Scholarship Program: Various scholarships available ranging from $1,000 to $15,000
- Deadline usually in December
Over 4,000 scholarships awarded each year to students going to four-year universities, community colleges and graduate school. To find out more, see
www.hsf.net.

>HSF/Gold Standard Scholarship Program
- Deadline usually in January
Must be of hispanic heritage, at least 21 years of age and plan to be enrolled full-time in a degree-seeking program at a U.S. acredited institution.  For more information, and to apply, see www.hsf.net.

 

 

Hispanic Theological Initiative

> Hispanic Theological Initiative Scholarships:  $15,000 for Doctoral award and $16,000 for Dissertation awards
- Deadline for Doctoral award usually in December
- Deadline for Dissertation award usually in January
Four Doctoral awards and six Dissertation awards.  For application and more information, see
www.htiprogram.org.
  The Honors Program

> The Graduation Honor Cords Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in November
Number of awards vary.  Must be resident of the United States and attend an accredited college or university in the U.S., complete an accurate application and answer an essay question.  For more information and application, see http://thehonorsprogram.com/blog/scholarship/

 

 

HotelsCheap.org

> General Scholarship for Higher Learning:  $1,500
- Spring deadline usually in April
- Fall deadline usually in October
Awarded to students who demonstrate a strong aptitude for learning, and have a drive to improve themselves, and society in general. For application and more information, see
www.hotelscheap.org/scholarship.

 

 

HubShout

> Future Online Marketer Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in November

Two scholarships will be awarded to students who have completed at least one year of post-secondary education and have at least a 3.0 GPA, and can best demonstrate a passion for online marketing.  For more information, see http://hubshout.com/?p=Scholarship

Alexander von Humboldt Foundation - Available Now

> Humboldt Research Fellowships
- Deadlines vary
For more information, see
www.humboldt-foundation.de.

 

 

Hungarian Arts Club

> Hungarian Arts Club Scholarship:  up to $2,000
- Application usually available in October
- Deadline usually in December
Number of awards vary.  For more information, email the Hungarian Arts Club at msdbk@wowway.com.

 

 

The Imagine Fund

> The Imagine Fund Scholarship:  up to $5,000
- Deadline usually in April
Multiple scholarships available to academically qualified and economically challenged Black and Latino students who are enrolled in at least 12 credit hours at a junior or senior status by institutional definition.  Applicants must also meet additional criteria.  For more information, applicant criteria, and application, go to
www.theimaginefund.org.

  

 

Inkfarm.com

> Digital Innovation Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in August
U.S. high school seniors and currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students may write a 500-word essay describing your personal experience with Internet entrepreneurship or the importance of new ideas in the digital realm.  For more information and application, see
http://www.inkfarm.com/Digital-Innovation-Scholarship.

  

 

Institute for Humane Studies

> Humane Studies Fellowship:  up to $15,000
- Deadline usually in December
Apply online at
www.theihs.org.

 

 

Institute of Managment Accountants (IMA)

> IMA Memorial Education Fund Scholarship:  $1,000-2,500
> Stuart Cameron and Margaret McLeod Memorial Scholarship:  $5,000
- Deadline usually in February
For application and more information, see www.imanet.org/ima_membership/scholarships_awards.aspx.  For questions contact Jodi Ryan by email jryan@imanet.org or by phone at 800-638-4427, ext. 1556.

InsuranceProviders.com - Available Now  

> Look Twice, Save a Life Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline:  December 1st  
Scholarship promotes motorcycle safety and is open to any student who is currently attending or planning to attend college.  For more information, see
http://www.insuranceproviders.com/look-twice-save-a-life-scholarship.
  Intel Science Service

> Intel Science Talent Search
- Deadline usually in November
For complete set of rules, regulations and instructions,
www.sciserv.org/sts/students/.

 

 

Islamic Scholarship Fund (ISF)

> Islamic Scholarship Fund: $1,000 - $10,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in March
Muslim students pursuing college and post-graduate degrees in the humanities, social sciences, liberal arts, and law.  For more information and application, see
http://www.islamicscholarshipfund.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=149&Itemid=2.
ItaliaRail - Available Now  

> ItaliaRail Study Abroad in Italy Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline for Spring semester usually in November  (11-30-14)  
Two recipients will be chosen and recieve $1,000 to be used for expenses related to their academic experience in Italy.  For more information, see
http://www.italiarail.com/scholarship.

 

 

Jackson Community Foundation

> Over 25 scholarships from $1,000-5,000
- Application usually available in November
- Deadline usually in March
Open to students from Jackson County, Michigan. For more information, see
http://www.jacksoncf.org/Default.aspx?pageId=1431730
  Jackson County Bar Association

> Jackson County Bar Association Scholarship: Up to $2,000
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in March
For more information write or call Mr. Joseph S. Flip, Jackson County Bar Association Scholarship Committee, 755 West Michigan Ave., Jackson, MI 49201, (517) 782-5240.

 

 

Japan Printing and Graphics

> JapanPrint Scholarship:  $500
- Deadline usually in November
One scholarship awarded to any college student or high school senior enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program studying business, international business, marketing or related field. For more information, see
http://japanprinting.com/scholarship.

 

 

Japanese Medical Society

> Japanese Medical Society:  $2,500 to $20,000
- Deadline usually in December
7 awards.  For application and more information, see
www.jmsa.org.
  Jesús-Guadalupe Foundation

> Jesús-Guadalupe Scholarships:  Various
- Application usually available in March
- Deadline usually in June
For more information and applications see
www.jesusguadalupefund.org.

 

 

Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago

> The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago Academic Scholarship Program
- Deadline usually in February
Applicants must have been born and/or raised in either: Cook County, Chicago metropolitan area, or Northwest Indiana OR have one continuous year of full-time employment in Cook County or Chicago metropolitan area prior to starting professional education.  For application, and more information, see
www.jvschicago.org and click on Scholarship Services.

 

 

Jewish Vocational Service

> Combined Jewish Philanthopies Scholarship:  $1,000-4,000
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually in April
For more information and an application, please email scholarship@ivs-boston.org.

 

 

Job-Applications.com

> Job-Applications.com Working Parent College Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December
Awarded to help working parents currently enrolled in higher education. For more information, see
http://www.job-applications.com/scholarships/.

 

 

Journyx

> Journyx Time Management Essay Scholarship Contest: $500
- Essay contest for graduate students commences on January 1
- Contest ends in June
One award.  For more information, see
http://scholarship.journyx.com.

 

 

Just Home Medical

> Just Home Medical Health Care Leaders Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December
Awarded to undergraduate or graduate students pursuing a career in health care. For more information, see
http://justhomemedical.com/health-care-leaders-scholarship.

 

 

JustJobs.com

> Scholarship programs award $3,000 annually
- Deadline usually in April
For application and more information, see
http://academy.justjobs.com/scholarships/

 

 

JustWalkers.com

> JustWalkers.com Mobility Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in June
For application and more information, see
www.justwalkers.com/mobility-scholarship-program.

 

 

Kalamazoo Community Foundation 

> Benjamin and Cherie Gubin Scholarship:  up to $2,000
- Deadline usually in March
Must be a permanent resident of Kalamazoo County during senior year of high school, or graduated from a Kalamazoo County high school. Application information online at www.kalfound.org.

> S. Rudolph Light Medical Education Scholarship:  up to $2,500
- Deadline usually in March
Must be a permanent resident of Kalamazoo County while attending high school, or graduated from a Kalamazoo County high school, and applying to or admitted to a school of medicine, dentistry, or a master's of nursing program.  Application information online at www.kalfound.org.

> Gail and Hilda Oster Scholarship:  minimum of $1,000
- Deadline usually in March
For applicants pursuing bachelor's degrees in education or math. Must be a permanent resident of Van Buren County while attending high school, or graduated from a Van Buren County high school.  Application and information online at
www.kalfound.org.

 

Josephine Karman Fellowship Trust

> Josephine Karman Fellowship Trust:  $16,000
- Deadline usually in January
Approximately ten scholarships awarded.  For application and more information, see
www.dekarman.org.

 

 

KeyBank

> Key Education Resources Scholarships: $2,500
- Deadline usually in August
Enter to win.  One scholarship awarded each month (September-August).  For more information see
www.key.com/enroll or call 1-800-keylend (1-800-539-5363).
Kids' Chance of Michigan, Inc. - Available Now  

> Kids' Chance of Michigan, Inc. Scholarship:  $2,500-$5,000
The applicant must be a Michigan resident, between the ages of 17-22, and must demonstrate financial need related to the parent’s injury/death (a catastrophic injury or fatality in a Michigan work related accident covered by workers’ compensation).  For application and more information, see http://kidschanceofmi.org/scholarship/.
  Kodak and the University Film and Video Foundation

> Eastman Scholarship Program:  Up to $5,000 for tuition/fees or production related-expenses for one year
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually is in the Spring prior to current academic year
Students are NOMINATED by their college/university.  Two scholarships available per academic year. For information see
www.kodak.com/US/en/motion/students/program/scholarship.shtml.

 

 

Komen Breast Cancer Foundation

> The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation Scholarship:  up to $10,000
- Deadline usually in November
Application available at
www.komen.org (search for "scholarship"). Also check with local affiliates.

 

 

Krell Institute

> Prestigious Graduate Fellowship:  up to four years of financial support
- Deadline usually in January
Must be pursuing degrees in fields of study important to the Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration (Nuclear Science, Materials Under Extreme Conditions and Hydrodynamics, High Energy Density Physics).  For more information and application see
www.krellinst.org/ssgf.

 

 

Lake Trust Credit Union

> Lake to Lake Michigan College Scholarship:  $500
- Deadline usually in May
Three awards. Service minded graduating high school senior, Lake Trust member in good standing, and answer 3 questions pertaining to our values.  For more information, and application, see
http://www.laketrust.org/Michigan-Scholarships-968.html?zoom_highlight=scholarship.

 

 

Lapeer County Community Foundation 

> Lapeer County Community Foundation Scholarships
- Deadline usually in March
Two scholarships awarded to 3rd and 4th year post graduate students.  For more information and application, see
www.lapeercountycommunityfoundation.org.

> Irma Gelhausen Scholarship: amounts vary
- Deadline usually in March
Preference will be given to graduates of Lapeer Community Schools and those pursuing a career in elementary education studies, although applicants pursuing a career in secondary education will be considered as well.  For application and more information, see www.lapeercountycommunityfoundation.org.
 

Thomara Latimer Cancer Foundation

>
Thomara Latimer Cancer Foundation Scholarship Fund:  $1,000
- Application usually available in October
- Deadline usually in December
Application and information available at www.thomlatimercares.org/scholarship_requirements.htm.

 

 

LatPro.com

> Scholarship programs award $3,000 annually
- Deadline usually in April
For application and more information, see
http://learn.latpro.com/scholarship/

 

 

LawnCare.net

> Sustainable LawnCare Leaders Scholarship:  $500
- Application usually available in Februare
- Deadline usually in July
Awarded to a student pursuing a career in a field related to horticulture, landscaping, or environmental studies.  For more information, see
www.lawncare.net/scholarship.

 

 

League of Women Voters of Northwest Wayne County

> League of Women Voters of NW Wayne County Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in April
One scholarship awarded to student (male or female) entering at least a third year of study at a Michigan college or university, and majoring in political science, government or public policy.  For application and more information, see
www.lwvnww.org.

 

 

Lebanese American Heritage Club (LAHC)

> The Arab American Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in April 
Applicant does not have to be of Arab descent, but must have at least a 3.5 GPA, a senior in high school or an undergraduate or graduate student attending a college or university full time, and a U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the U.S. and reside in Michigan. For more information see
www.lahc.org/scholarship-program/
 

Lenawee County Education Foundation

> Bradford & Bronson Mansfield Business Scholarship: 
$750 - $1,000
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually last Friday in March
For more information and application, visit the website
http://www.lisd.k12.mi.us/~scholars/business.htm.

> Merlyn H. Downing Business Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually last Friday in March
One scholarship available.  For more information and application, visit the website http://www.lisd.k12.mi.us/~scholars/business.htm.

> Farver Foundation Business Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually last Friday in March
For more information and application, visit the website http://www.lisd.k12.mi.us/~scholars/business.htm.

> Rick Pinchock Memorial Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually last Friday in March
For more information and application, visit the website http://www.lisd.k12.mi.us/~scholars/misc.htm

 

 

Le Petit Soldat

> Le Petit Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline for Fall semester (usually December)
- Deadline for Spring semester
Two scholarships available.  For more information, see
www.lepetitsoldat.com/Scholarship-W3.aspx.  

 

 

Lidtke Technologies

> Lidtke Scholarship:  $1,550
- Deadline usually in November
Two scholarships available to both graduate, and undergraduate, students enrolled in any subject area pertaining to business or technology.  Must submit an essay on one of five topics.  For more information, and to request application, write to:  Lidtke Technologies, Attn: Scholarship Applications, 9831 S. 51st Street, Ste. E-128, Phoenix, AZ 85044.

 

 

 

Life and Health Insurance Foundation for Education

> "LIFE Lessons" Essay Contest
(1) grand prize scholarships of $10,000
Written essays: (5) first runners-up of $5,000; (4) second runner-ups of $2,500; (4) third runner-ups of $1,000
Video essays: (2) first runner-ups of $5,000; (2) second runner-ups of $2,500; (5) third runner-ups of $1,000
- Deadline usually in March
Scholarship program to benefit students who have suffered the death of a parent or guardian.  For contest rules, visit the website at www.lifehappens.org/scholarship.

 

 

Lime

> Lime Connect Fellowship Program: $1,000
- Deadline usually in March
Awarded to high-achieving sophomores who happen to have disabilities.  For application and more information, see
www.limeconnect.com.

 

 

Lions of Michigan White Cane Scholarship

> White Cane Scholarship:  $3,000
- Deadline usually in December 31, annually

Awarded in one or two scholarships.  For application and more information, see http://www.lionsofmi.com
  Jenny Lind Club of Michigan

> The Jenny Lind Club of Michigan, Inc. Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in March
One scholarship available.  For more information, contact Mary Ann Halladay, 360 Franklin Lake Circle, Oxford, Michigan 48371 or email
mahallady@yahoo.com.
  

Lily Endowment Grant

> Hispanic Theological Initiative:  $16,000
- Deadline usually in January
For more information and application, visit
www.htiprogram.org.

Henry Luce Foundation - Available Now

> Scholarships vary
- Deadlines, number available and amount varies
For more information, see
www.hluce.org.

  LULAC National Educational Service Centers, Inc.

> General Electric Foundation/LULAC Scholarship:  $2,500
- Deadline usually in July
Five (5) scholarships available.  For more information, see www.lnesc.org
.

Lutheran Social Services - Available Now

> Education and Training Voucher (ETV):  up to $5,000 per year
Apply if you were in foster care on or after your 14th birthday, or were adopted from foster care on or after your 16th birthday.  For application and more information, see http://mietv.lssm.org.
 

James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation

> James Madison Graduate Fellowship:  Up to $24,000
- Application usually available in November
- Deadline usually in March
One fellowship awarded per state.  For additional information and an application, see
www.jamesmadison.com, call 1-800-525-6928, e-mail: madison@act.org, or write to the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Program, P.O. Box 4030, 2201 North Dodge Street, Iowa City, Iowa 52243-4030.

  Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation

> Marine Corps Scholarships
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in April
For more information and application, visit the website at
www.marine-scholars.org.
     

 

Marshall Scholarship

> The Marshall Scholarship:  Expenses for two or three years of study at any one of nearly 100 colleges and universities in the United Kingdom
- Deadline usually in May
See
www.umich.edu/~provost/scholars/index.html for more information and links to application.

 

 

Thurgood Marshall College Fund

> Sidney B. Williams, Jr. Intellectual Property Law School Scholarship: $10,000
- Application usually available in May
- Deadline usually in July
Scholarship addresses the need to bring minority attorneys to the attention of firms and corporations as candidate for employment.  For more information and application, see
http://www.thurgoodmarshallfund.net/v1/images/pdf/uniquescholarships/2010sbwscholarship.pdf.

 

 

Mary Free Bed Guild

> Mary Free Bed Guild of Grand Rapids Minority Scholarship:  One year scholarship for education-related expenses
- Deadline usually in March 
Two scholarships available for minority students pursuing degrees in nursing and rehabilitation therapy programs (PT, OT, Speech).  Application available
www.maryfreebed.com.

  Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund

Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund:  $11,000
- Application usually available in September
- Deadline usually in February
For application and more information, see
www.wbfn.org.

 

 

Marketing EDGE

> Marketing EDGE Scholarships
- Deadline usually in May
Multiple scholarships available for part time and full time students at both graduate and undergraduate levels, looking for a career in direct marketing. For application and more information, see
www.marketingEDGE.com/students/marketing-scholarships.

 

 

Material Handling Education Foundation

> Material Handling Education Foundation Scholarship:  variable
- Deadline usually in March
Apply online at
www.mhefi.org.

 

 

McDonald's National Employee Scholarship Program

> National Employee Scholarship Program:  One student-employee from each state and the District of Columbia receive a $1,000 scholarship and the student-employee who demonstrates the highest commitment to school, work, and community service is selected and named the "McScholar of the Year" and is awarded a $5,000 scholarship.
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in March
You may apply for your scholarship online at
www.scholarshipadministrators.net.  Access key is MCDON.
  Mercer Human Resource Consulting

> Mercer's Diversity Scholarship:  $1,000-$5,000
- Application usually available in September
- Deadline usually in December
For application and more information, see
www.mercerHR.com/diversityscholarship.
  Merck and The United Negro College Fund (UNCF)

> Science Research Scholarship Awards:  Up to $25,000 and two summer internship stipends totaling a minimum of $10,000
- Deadline usually in December
For application packets, submit a request by fax to (703) 205-3574 or e-mail
uncfmerck@uncf.org

 

 

MI2020 (Michigan 2020)

> MI2020 Scholarship Competition:  $10,000
- Deadline usually in April
Video opportunity for a Michigan high school graduate (public, private or home-schooled) who is planning to attend a public university or community college in Michigan. Details: www.mi2020video.com.

 

 

Michigan Association for the Education of Young People (MiAEYC)

> Student Leadership Scholarship Award:  $1000
- Deadline usually in January
Awarded to one undergraduate student each year who is pursuing a bachelor's degree in either elementary certification with the early childhood endorsement or child development.  For application and more information, see
www.MiAEYC.org.
  Michigan Association of Police

> Carl Parsell Memorial Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in March
For more information and scholarship application see
www.MapMichigan.org and select the Carl Parsell Scholarship application.

 

 

Michigan Association of Realtors

> Michigan Association of Realtors Scholarship Trust (MARST) fund:  $500 to $2,000
- Deadline usually in July
Full-time college students who have reached at least junior status and who intend to pursue a real estate-related career upon greduation. For more information and scholarship application see
www.mirealtors.com (under "About MAR").

 

 

Michigan Auto Law

> Michigan Auto Law Car Accident Injury Survivor Scholarship:  $500
- Deadline usually in August
Two scholarships available to college students who were victims of car or truck accidents earlier in their lives and who have overcome their injuries. For more information, and application, see
http://www.michiganautolaw.com/car-accidents/injury-scholarship.

  

 

Michigan Colleges Foundation

> General Motors Minority Scholarship Program:  $5,000
Up to 10 scholarships available. Students, if you have at least 2 summers left of college and are majoring in any of the above areas, please apply online at
http://www.inroads.org and send an email to Vinny Beatty at vbeatty@INROADS.org indicating your major so that he can process your application.  Please note that all of these internships are in the Puget Sound (Seattle) area.

 

 

Michigan Council of Teachers of Mathematics

> Miriam Schaefer Scholarship:  $1,500
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in May
Awarded to students enrolled in teacher preparation programs who have mathematics as a specialty.  Number of scholarships available varies.  For more information and scholarship application see
www.mictm.org.

 

 

Michigan Council of Women in Technology Foundation

> The program covers one high school senior ($20,000),  one undergraduate-level ($15,000), one graduate-level student ($15,000), and one MCWT Active Member ($ 10,000), enrolled in technology program college/university courses for the current academic year. There is also a graduate or undergraduate research grant ($3,000) and three laptop/printer combination grants given to deserving students.
- Deadline usually in January
Two scholarships will be awarded.  Download an application at
www.mcwtf.org/Scholarships_149.html.

 

 

Michigan First Credit Union

> Young & Free Michigan Scholarship: $10,000, $5,000, $3,000 and $1,000
Deadline usually in February
Create a video or write an essay to win.  For more information, see
www.youngfreemichigan.com/2014-scholarship/.

 

 

Michigan Minority Business Development Council (MMBDC)

> MMBDC Scholarship and Internship Program:  $2,000
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually in April
Ten scholarships available.  Application can be downloaded from
www.mmbdc.com under Events Calendar, Networking/Special Events.

 

 

Michigan Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association (MOWRA)

> MOWRA Scholarship:  $1,500
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in April

One scholarship will be awarded to a worthy individual in academic pursuit of a career in the Decentralized Wastewater Management industry.  Applicant must be entering at least his/her junior year of study.  For application form and more information, contact James Kovitz, MOWRA Secretary, 9567 Birch Run, Brighton, MI 48114 - phone (810) 229-5707 - email: jim4mowra@email.toast.net.

 

 

Michigan Public Risk Management Association (MIPRIMA)

> MIPRIMA 9-11 Memorial Scholarship:  $750 to $2,000
> The Donald Althoff Memorial Scholarship:  $750 to $2,000
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually in March
For more information and application, contact Jerry G. Ragsdale at (810) 780-8808 or via email
jragsdale@mtaflint.org.

 

 

Michigan Retailers Association (MRA)

> Michigan Retailers Association Scholarship Program:  up to $1,000
- Deadline usually in April
At least 30 scholarships will be awarded.  Student or his/her parent must be employed at a business that is a member of MRA.  For application and more information, see
www.retailers.com.

 

 

Michigan Schools & Government Credit Union

> Larry Swantek Educational Studies Scholarship:  up to $1,000
- Deadline usually in March
Five scholarships available to adult MSGCU members who have an open account (in good standing), and are enrolled at a Michigan college.  For more information, and application, see
www.msgcu.org.
   Michigan Society of Professional Engineers (MSPE)

> Various scholarships: $1,000 to $3,000
- Deadline the 2nd Monday in April
Six scholarships available.  Applications available by calling the MSPE Central Office at (517) 487-9388, by e-mailing
mspe@voyager.net, or visit the website http://www.michiganspe.org.

 

 

Michigan State Society Daughters of the American Revolution

> Rosamond P. Haeberle Memorial Scholarship:  $1,500
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in March
At least two scholarships will be awarded to Michigan veterans.  For application and more information, see
www.michdar.org/RPHMS.htm, or contact Mrs. Jamie Simek by phone 586-322-2041, or email at jeruark@hotmail.com.

 

 

Michigan Women's Tax Association (MWTA)

> MWTA Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in November
Awarded to a student pursuing a career in taxation.  For application see
http://michiganwomentax.camp7.org/Resources/Documents/MWTAscholarship.pdf.

  Microsoft

> Underrepresented Minority Scholarships
- Deadline usually in January
For more information, see
www.microsoft.com/college/scholarships/minority.asp.

 

 

 

Midwest Mineralogical and Lapidary Society (MMLS) of Michigan

> MMLS Scholarship:  $2,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in April
Two scholarships available.  Need to send an up-to-date, complete transcript with the application to: Mr. Leonard Swisher, 30 Orchard St., River Rouge, MI 48128.

 

 

MISA Foundation/Siemens Scholarship Program

> MISA (Meat Industry Suppliers Alliance) Foundation/Siemens Scholarship:  $10,000
Deadline usually in June
One scholarship will be awarded to an outstanding undergraduate (junior/senior level) or graduate student pursuing a degree in the engineering or meat sciences fields.  For more information and application, see
http://fpsa.org/sites/default/files/MISASiemensApplication_0.pdf.
   

Mitchell Scholarship

> Mitchell Scholarship:  Expenses for one year of post-bachelor research or study in Ireland or Northern Ireland.  Includes stipend for European travel.

- Deadline usually in May
See
www.umich.edu/~provost/scholars/index.html for more information and links to application.

The MKTG Co. - Available Now  

> The MKTG Co. Scholarship:  $1,999
- Deadline usually in April  (4-30-15)  
Essay contest open to any full-time student who is or will be attending a U.S. college or university with an interest in marketing.  For more information, see www.themktgco.com/scholarship/

 

 

Monroe Conservation District Board

> Monroe Conservation District:  $500
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually in June
Two scholarships available to full-time sophomore, junior or senior students from Monroe County.  For more information visit the website:
www.monroecd.org/scholarship.html or call (734) 241-7755, ext. 103.
  Morgan Stanley/American Indian College Fund

> American Indian College Fund Scholarship and Career Development Program:  $10,000
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually in April
Five scholarships available.  Application available at
www.collegefund.org.
Mosiac Hair Transplant Center - Available Now  

> Educational Scholarship:  $250
- Deadline usually in August  (8-30-15)  
One scholarship will be awarded. To enter, submit essay as to how they, or a close acquaintance/family member, have been affected by hair loss. For more information, see
http://www.hairphysician.com/scholarship.html.
Movers Corp - Available Now  

> Movers Corp University Scholarship Program:  $2,000
- Deadline for Fall usually in July 
- Deadline for Spring usually in January  (1-15-15)  
Must provide 500-1000 word synopsis of online marketing ideas intended at increasing the awareness of the Movers Corp brand.  For more information, see
www.moverscorp.com/scholarships/.

 

 

 

Muskegon County Community Foundation

> Several scholarships available.
- Deadline usually in March

For more information see www.cffmc.org/scholarships.php.

 

 

Muskegon County Medical Society Alliance

> Muskegon County Medical Society Alliance Scholarship
- Deadline usually in April

Available to legal residents of Muskegon County enrolled in a medical science related field such as pre-medicine, nursing, physical therapy, dietetics, bio-medical engineering, medical technology, radiology, medical school, etc. For application and more information, see www.mcmsa.org/scholarship.html or contact the Muskegon County Medical Society Alliance Scholarship Committee, c/o Ms. Shirley Green, 2574 Morton Avenue, Muskegon, MI 49441, fax (231) 759-9000.

  Mustard Seed Foundation

> The Harvey Fellows Program:  $15,000 annual stipend
- Application usually available in August
- Deadline usually in November
For more information, see
www.harveyfellows.org.

 

 

Mutual of Omaha

> Mutual of Omaha Actuarial Scholarship for Minority Students:  $5,000 ($2,500 per semester)
- Deadline usually in October
Applicant must be a full-time undergraduate student pursuing an actuarial or mathematics-related degree.  If selected, must comlete one summer internship at Mutual of Omaha's Home Office in Omaha, Nebraska.  For application and more information, see
www.mutualofomaha.com/about/company/diversity/internships-scholarships.php.
MyBookBuyer.com - Available Now  

> MyBookBuyer.com Scholarship:  Textbooks for a year (est. $1,250)
- Awarded once in the Spring and once in the Fall
For more information, see
www.mybookbuyer.com/mybookbuyer-scholarship/.
MyProjectorLamps.com - Available Now  

> Short Film Contest: $2,000 Grand Prize - $400 First Runner-up - $100 Amazon Gift Card, Second Runner-up
- Deadline usually in January  (1-31-15)  
Open to talented, motivated students who want to benefit from their own hard work, dedication and ingenuity. For more information, see
http://www.myprojectorlamps.com/contest.html.

 

 

NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Joint partnership with the Hispanic College Fund, the United Negro College Fund Special Programs, and the Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers

> MUST (Motivating Undergraduates in Science and Technology) Scholarship: Up to one-half of tuition, not to exceed $10,000 + max. $6,000 stipend to participate in a summer research experience at NASA center.
- Deadline usually in February
Approx. 100 scholarships available.  For application and more information, see
http://www.nasa.gov/education/must.

Nassel Study Abroad Consultancy Services - Available Now

> Nassel Study Abroad Consultancy Services Scholarships
- Deadlines, number available and amount varies
Scholarships to study abroad in Germany.  For more information, see
www.nassel.com.

 

 

National Academies

> Ford Fellowship Programs: $20,000 Predoctoral - $21,000 Dissertation - $40,000 Postdoctoral
- Deadlines usually in November
For more information, see
http://nationalacademies.org/ford.

  

National Academy for Nuclear Training

> National Academy for Nuclear Training Scholarship:  $2,500
- Application usually available in October
- Deadline usually in February
Number of scholarships available varies.  For more information and application see
www.nei.org/nantscholarships.
  National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering

> Sloan Ph.D. Program
For more information, see
www.nacme.org or  send email to:  scholarships@nacme.org.
 

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

> The Agnes Jones Jackson Scholarship:  Undergraduates: $1,500; graduate students: $2,500
- Deadline usually in March

>
The NAACP Earl G. Graves Scholarship:  $5,000
- Deadline usually in March

> The NAACP Louis Stokes Science & Technology Award:  $2,000
- Deadline usually in March

> The NAACP Lillian & Samuel Sutton Education Scholarship:  Undergraduates: $1,000; graduate students:  $2,000
- Deadline usually in March

For application and more information about these scholarships, see
http://www.naacp.org/youth/scholarships/information/.

  National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ)

> NABJ Scholarship:  $2,500 to $5,000
- Deadline usually in April
See
www.nabj.org/?page=SEEDScholarships for more information.
  National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA)

> John McLendon Memorial Minority Postgraduate Scholarship Program:  $10,000
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in January
STUDENTS MUST BE NOMINATED BY A NACDA MEMBER FOR THIS SCHOLARSHIP.  Five scholarships available.  For more information see the web site nacda.ocsn.com/foundation/nacda-foundation-mclendon.html, email Laurie Garrison at
lgarrison@nacda.com or Brian Horning at bhorning@nacda.com.

 

 

National Association to Stop Nursing Home Abuse (NASNHA)

> Nursing Home Abuse Awareness and Prevention Scholarship:  $5,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in February
One scholarship exclusively for U.S. students pursuing a degree that will help combat nursing home abuse.  For more information and application see
www.nursinghomeabuse.net.
 

National Black MBA Association, Inc.

> MBA Graduate Scholarship Award:  $7,000 - $12,500
- Deadline usually in April
Twenty-five scholarships available.  For more information and application, see
www.nbmbaa.org.

> MBA Undergraduate Scholarship Award:  $1,000
- Deadlines vary per Chapter
One scholarship available per Chapter.  To locate your local chapter, see
www.nbmbaa.org.

  National Contract Management Association (NCMA), Detroit Chapter

> Scholarship and National Grant Program:  $500
- Application usually available in October
- Deadline usually in November
Three scholarships available.  Contact Prixie T. Cruz at 586-574-6886, or email
cruzp@tacom.army.mil for more information or an application.
  National Federation of Paralegal Associations, Inc. in conjunction with West

> Paralegal Scholarships:  $1,500 to $3,500
- Deadline usually in February
For more information, see
www.paralegals.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=804.

 

 

National Federation of the Blind

> National Federation of the Blind Scholarship Program:  $3,000 to $12,000
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in March

30 scholarships available.  For more information and application see www.nfb.org/scholarships.

 

 

National Health Service Corps (NHSC)

> National Health Service Corps Scholarship
Scholarships for students pursuing primary health care training leading to a degree in allopathic medicine, osteopathic medicine, or dentistry, and education leading to a degree as a family nurse practioner, nurse-midwife or physician assistant.
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in March
Number of scholarships vary.  For information see
http://nhsc.bhpr.hrsa.gov/applications/scholar_06/index.asp.

 

 

National Institutes of Health (NIH)

> Undergraduate Scholarship Program:  Up to $20,000 per year, which must be used for tuition, educational expenses, such as books and lab fees, and qualified living expenses while attending college; may be renewable for up to four years.
- Application usually available in September
- Deadline usually in February
15 scholarships available. More information and applications are on the web at
http://ugsp.info.nih.gov.
 

National Inventors Hall of Fame

>
Collegiate Inventors Competition:  $15,000 to $50,000
- Deadline usually in June
For more information, see
www.invent.org/collegiate/index.html.

 

 

National Italian American Foundation

> National Italiam American Foundation Scholarships:  $2,500 — $10,000
- Application usually available in November
- Deadline usually in March
Number of scholarships vary.  For application and more information, see
www.niaf.org/scholarships

 

 

National Physical Science Consortium (NPSC)

> NPSC Fellowship Program
- Deadline usually in November
Offering two fellowship programs: (1) the Traditional NPSC Program provides a two-phase, six-year fellowship, and (2) the Dissertation Support Program provides support while the graduate student conducts dissertation research.  For more information, and to apply online, see
www.npsc.org.

National Research Council of the National Academies - Available Now

> National Research Council Associateship Programs:  $42,000 to $72,000 stipend depending upon the sponsoring laboratory (and are appropriately higher for senior award recipients)
- Application deadline dates ongoing:  February 1, May 1, August 1, November 1
Full-time associateships will be awarded for research in the fields of chemistry, earth and atmospheric sciences, engineering, applied sciences and computer science, life and medical sciences, mathematics, space and planetary sciences, and physics.  Detailed program information, including instructions on how to apply, is available on our website at
www.national-academies.org/rap.

> Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowships
Predoctoral -- $20,000 to the fellow, institutional allowance of $2,000 for three years
Dissertation -- $21,000 for one year
Postdoctoral -- $40,000 for one year, $1,500 employing institution allowance, to be matched by employing institutions
Awardees have expenses paid to attend one Conference of Ford Fellows
Deadlines - usually in November
See website for application and eligibility information: 
http://national-academies.org/fellowships.

 

 

National Science Foundation (NSF)

>
Graduate Research Fellowships:  $30,000 annual stipend, a $10,500 annual cost of education allowance, a one-time $1,000 international travel allowance, and access to TeraGrid supercomputing facilities.
- Application usually available in August
- Deadline November 2-12 -- depending on field of study
Applications/information on the web at
www.nsfgrfp.org or www.nsf.gov/grfp.  1,000 awards available.

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) - Available Now

> Various scholarships available from $1,000 to $5,000
- Deadlines vary
For more information, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to NSDAR, 1776 D Street NW, Washington, DC 20006-5303, or see
www.dar.org

 

 

National Society of Arts & Letters

> The Winston Scholarships in Art and Voice: $20,000 divided between awards
- Deadline usually in February
Scholarship funds are for further study, special training and for personal advancement in the applicant's future career in art or voice (for students age 16-22).  Can not be used for regular college tuition, housing or travel, but can be used for special workshops and summer programs.  For more information and application, see
www.arts-nsal.org.

  

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

> NSBE Scholarships
- Application usually in September
- Deadline usually the following January
Various scholarships available for African-American students studying engineering disciplines.  See
http://www.nsbe.org/programs/scholarships.aspx

 

 

National Student Nurses' Association, Inc.

> Foundation of the National Student Nurses' Association Scholarships:  from $1,000 to $5,000
- Application usually available in October
- Deadline usually in January
Number of awards vary.  For more information, see
www.nsna.org (click on Foundation).

 

 

Navy Health Professions

> Navy Health Professions Scholarship Program:  100% of tuition, plus offers a monthly allowance of $1,605 to cover living expenses for up to 4 years
Available to current students in medical or dental school, with no service obligation until after your service is complete.  For more details about becoming a Navy Physician or a Navy Dentist, visit
www.navy.com/healthcare or call 1-800-USA-NAVY.

 

 

Nazareth Association of Kalamazoo

> Marian Vyverman Nursing Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in March
Students pursuing a nursing program. For more information, and application see
www.nazarethassociation.org.

 

 

NEFE High School Financial Planning Program (HSFPP)

> Financial Services Roundtable Scholarship:  $5,000
- Deadline usually in April
Students who have completed the NEFE HSFPP are eligible, also applicants who have completed a certified education course or a financial literacy course offered by a Roundtable community service Partner.  For application and more information, see
http://hsfpp.nefe.org/channels.cfm?chid=97&tid=1&contid=714&deptid=14.

 

 

Negative Population Growth (NPG)

> NPG Population Scholarship Essay Contest:  $500-$2,000
- Deadline usually in April
Three prizes awarded:  1st place - $2,000, 2nd place - $1,000 and 3rd place - $500.  For application and more information, see
www.npg.org

 

 

NerdWallet

> Best of the Best Credit Card Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in March
One scholarship awarded to an outstanding woman in her sophomore or junior year pursuing an undergraduate degree in a STEM field, business, or economics. 
Click here for application.

 

 

New Look Laser Tattoo Removal

> New Look Laser Tattoo Removal Semiannual Scholarship: $1,000
- Fall Scholarship deadline usually in June
- Spring Scholarship deadline usually in December
Two scholarships will be awarded to students pursuing higher education with an emphasis in nursing, medicine, natural or applied sciences or engineering.  For application and more information, see
www.NewLookHouston.com/New_Look_Scholarship.html.

  

 

Orange County Community Foundation 

> TKF Maritime Scholarship:  $3,500-5,000
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually in March
Awarded to student planning to enter the maritime industry.  For more information and application, see www.oc-cf.org/scholarships.

 

 

Order of Angell (U-M leadership honor society)

> Order of Angell Leaders Scholarship:  $500
- Deadline usually in April
Two scholarships available to current U-M seniors and incoming freshman.  For more information, see
http://scholarship.orderofangell.org/.

 

 

Orphan Foundation of America

> Casey Family Scholarships:  Up to $10,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in March
Multiple awards available to undergraduate and graduate students who were in foster care. For more information, see
www.orphan.org.
 

OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center

> Pharmacy Scholarship Program:  $5,000 per year (renewable for up to four years, $20,000 total; each renewed award requires an additional one-year work commitment at St. Anthony Medical Center)
- Application usually available in August
- Deadline usually in December
For more information about the scholarship, contact the Pharmacy Recruiter at (815) 227-2430.

 

 

Outdoor Writers of Ohio

> Dorothy Wodrich Memorial Scholarship:  $500 (minimum)
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in April
Applicant must be majoring in Natural Resources and/or Outdoor Communications, or a related field.  Must be a resident of Ohio.  You may send for an application by writing to:  Mrs. Sally Andreoni, Scholarship Chairman, 09568 County Road 66A, New Bremen, Ohio 45869-9760, or email her at
sallyandreoni@hughes.net.

 

 

Overseas Press Club Foundation

>
Overseas Press Club Foundation Scholarship:  $2,000
- Deadline usually in December
12 scholarships available to students who aspire to become foreign correspondents at some point in their careers.  For more information, visit the website:
www.overseaspressclubfoundation.org.

 

 

Parker Waichman Law Firm

> Parker Waichman Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in July
Awarded to student that best represents the need for change in a current federal, state, or local law. Students will participate by writing a 300-500 word essay explaining the existing law as well as how to amend or abolish this law and their reasoning for this need. For more information, see
http://www.yourlawyer.com/topics/overview/parker-waichman-scholarship.

 

 

Penneco Oil Company

> Penneco Invests in the Future of Energy Scholarship: $2,000
- Deadline usually February
Two scholarships will be awarded to individuals who are majoring in geology, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, petroleum engineering or petroleum geology. For more information, see
www.pennecoinvestsinthefuture.com.
P.E.O. Foundation - Available Now  

> McNelley Music Scholarship
Available to women majoring in music at a Big Ten University. For more information, email
scholarships@peoiowa.org for applicaiton and deadline.

 

 

PeopleSmart

> PeopleSmart Scholarship:  $2,500
- Deadline usualy in April
Essay contest on the subject of privacy in the 21st century and what it means to the current generation of high school seniors.  For more information, see
www.peoplesmart.com/PeopleSmartScholarshipContest.
  Phi Beta Kappa Society

> Walter J. Jensen Fellowship for French Language, Literature and Culture:  $10,000 stipend plus round-trip airfare for six months continuous study and residency in France
- Application usually available in May
- Deadline usually in October
For more information, see
www.pbk.org.

 

 

Phi Kappa Phi

UM Sholarships and Awards:  $500 scholarships for juniors; $1,000 scholarships for seniors going on to graduate study; $1,000 research awards for graduate students continuing their studies
Deadline usually in February
For more information, see
www.umphikappaphi.umich.edu

 

 

Phi Tau Phi (PTP) Scholastic Honor Society of Mid-America Chapter

> PTP Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in June
Applicant must be of Chinese descent, interested in and committed to Chinese heritage and culture.  Must have an overall college GPA of 3.5 or higher, be a matriculated junior or senior or have achieved at least 60 semester credit hours pursuing a degree.  Click here for more information or email Dr. Ya-Tai Lin, Scholarship Committee Chair at phitauphi.ma@comcast.net.

 

 

Pi Kappa Phi (Alpha Kappa Chapter)

> Outstanding Leadership Award:  $500
- Deadline usually in June
Recipients must be incoming male freshmen who show the ability to effectively balance their scholastic requirements while working to become a leader.  Contact information
, email: PiKapp.OLA@gmail.com or, standard mail: Pi Kappa Phi, Attn: Outstanding Leadership Scholarship, 903 Lincoln Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48104.
  The Point Foundation

> The Point Scholarship:  $5,000 to $28,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in March
Scholarship lifeline for LGBT students nationwide.  To apply, go to
www.thepointfoundation.org/apply.html.

 

 

Police Officer's & Firefighter's Survivor Tuition Waiver Program

> Police Officer's & Firefighter's Survivor Tuition Waiver Program:  full tuition
Must be Michigan resident and child/spouse of deceased Michigan police officer or firefighter.  Contact Michigan Department of State Police, 7426 N. Canal Rd., Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards, Lansing, MI 48913; tel: (517) 322-3968; email:
thelend@michigan.gov.

 

 

Portage Health System

> Health Care Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in April 
Must be a resident of Houghton, Keweenaw, Ontonagon or Baraga county, and pursuing a career in healthcare.  For more information see the website
www.portagehealth.org, or contact the Scholarship Committee, by phone (906) 483-1551 or email lsintkowski@portagehealth.org.

 

 

Premier Personal Injury Attorneys

> Console & Hollawell Legal Leaders Scholarship: $1,000
- Deadline usually in July
Available to students who are pursuing a degree in the following areas: pre-law, paralegal studies, or working towards their juris doctorate in any concentration of the law. For application and more information, see
http://www.premierpersonalinjuryattorneys.com/legal-leaders-scholarship/

 

 

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC)

> eXceed Program: $3,000 + PWC internship + participation in our annual Diversity in Business Leadership conference
- Application usually available in September
- Deadline usually in December
Must be a freshman or sophmore with 3.2 gpa (or higher), and an interest in Accounting, Management Information Systems and/or Computer Science.  For more information, and application, see
www.pwc.com/exceed.
Printaholic.com - Available Now  

> Artistic Excellence in Print Design & Marketing Scholarship: $1,000
- Deadline annually on November 30th
Awarded to a current undergraduate or graduate majoring in Graphic Arts & Design or a related field. For more information, see
http://www.printaholic.com/scholarship/.
  

Program in Comparative Literature

>
Global Ethnic Literatures Seminar Fellowship:  Stipend equivalent to a .50 GSI fraction, a full tuition grant, and $3000 in summer funding
- Application usually available in October
- Deadline usually in January
For application and information, visit the website:
www.lsa.umich.edu/complit/GELS.html.

Providian Medical Equipment - Available Now

> Providian Medical Scholarship: $500
- Awarded bi-annually
Must be either in your final year of high school or enrolled at the undergraduate level in “good standing” may enter essay contest. Any student planning for a medical or veterinary career is especially encouraged to enter, however, students on any career path are also welcome to apply. For more information, see
http://www.providianmedical.com/providian-medical-scholarship/

 

 

Ayn Rand Institute

> Ayn Rand Essay Scholarship:  up to $10,000
- Deadline usually in September
Contest open to 12th graders, college undergraduates and graduates.  Write an essay on one of three topics after reading "Atlas Shrugged".  For more information, see
http://essaycontest.aynrandnovels.com/AtlasShrugged.aspx?theme=blue.
  Jeannette Rankin Foundation

> Jeannette Rankin Foundation Grant:  $2,000
- Application usually available in November
- Deadline usually in March
30 grants available.  For more information and application see
www.rankinfoundation.org/apply.htm.
Reeves Law Group - Available Now  

> Reeves Law Group Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December  (12-31-14)  
Open to high school seniors entering college, as well as students currently enrolled in a college or university. We want to hear about a time that you stood up for someone who could not stand-up for himself or herself, and how that experience has impacted your life and the lives of the person or persons you may have helped. For more information, see
http://www.robertreeveslaw.com/scholarship/.

 

 

Reliance Foundry

> "Bollards in My Community" Scholarship Program: 1st place $3,000, 2nd and 3rd place $500
- Deadline usually in June
Opportunity for students that are planning a career in architectural design, site planning or civil engineering, but is open to students in virtually every field of study. Students are asked to submit multimedia presentations that describe the value that bollards bring to a site within their community. For more information, see
www.reliance-foundry.com/scholarships.

 

 

RentDeals.com Scholars

> Beautiful Minds Scholarship:  $1,000
Available to a minority graduating high school senior with a gpa of 3.0 or higher. Must show proof of acceptance to a regionally accredited post-secondary institution and submit an essay on the topic "Finding My Purpose".

> First Things First Scholarship:  $1,000
Available to a graduating high school senior with a gpa of 3.0 or higher, who will be the first in their immediate family to attend college and plan to enroll in a regionally accredited post-secondary institution. Submit an essay on the topic "Education as a tool for success".

> The Dreamer Scholarship:  $1,000
Available to college students currently enrolled in a regionally accredited post-secondary institution who are majoring in either a Business or Science discipline.

- Deadline usually in January
For application and more information, see
www.rentdeals.com/scholarship.php.

RespShop.com - Available Now  

> RespShop.com Scholarship Prize: one $1,500 prize; two $1,000 prizes; and three $500 prizes will be awarded
- Deadline usually in January  (1-31-15)  
RespShop.com will award six scholarships to the students who write the most insightful essays about snore, sleep apnea, sleep disorders, or CPAP therapy. Students may steer their piece in any direction they like, but they should relate sleep disorders or CPAP therapy to their personal lives or to their community. For more information, see
https://www.respshop.com/respshop_scholarship.php.
Resume Genius - Available Now  

> Resume Genius Outreach Scholarship:  $1,000
Scholarship available each semester to one talented student who can write the best resume based on the life of any fictional or non-fictional character.  For more information, see
http://resumegenius.com/resume/scholarship.

  

Rhodes Scholarships

> The Rhodes Scholarships
- Application usually available in July
- Deadline usually in July

The U.S. has an annual authorization of 32 Rhodes Scholars, and in a typical term, there are 240 Rhodes Scholars in residence at Oxford.  For more information see www.umich.edu/~provost/scholars/index.htmlwww.rhodesscholar.org or www.ru.ac.za/research.

  

 

Rhodes Scholarship 2007 for Hong Kong

The Rhodes Scholarship - Hong Kong Committee}
- Deadline usually in September
Number and amount of award varies.  For more information, see
www.cuhk.edu.hk/osa/sfas.

 

 

Rising Michigan Leader Scholarship Program

> Rising Michigan Leader Scholarship:  $200
- Deadline usually in May
Applicants must be high school seniors who have been admitted to the University of Michigan--Ann Arbor, and involved in some form of community service that positively benefits their immediate community.  For more information, email
rising.umich.leader@gmail.com.
RN to BSN - Available Now  

> Various scholarships available
This scholarship base features nearly 10,000 scholarships for nursing students of varying education levels and can be filtered by Study area, renewability, GPA requirements, enrollment levels and more. For more information, see
http://www.rntobsn.org/financial-assistance/.
 

Jackie Robinson Foundation

> Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship:  Up to $6,000 annually for four years
- Application usually available in October
- Deadline usually in April
Application available online at
www.JackieRobinson.org.

 

 

Rocky Mountain Mattress

> The Mark Forester Foundation Scholarship: $1,000 for tuition and books
- Deadline usually in July
One award to winning essay.  For more information, see
http://www.rockymountainmattress.com/company/mark-a-forester-scholarship.php.
 

Roothbert Fund

> Roothbert Fund Scholarships:  $2,000 to $3,000
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in February
For more information see
www.roothbertfund.org/scholarships/scholarships.html.

 

Rotary International

>
Academic-Year Ambassadorial Scholarships:  Provides funding for one academic year of study in another country -- intended to help cover round-trip transportation, tuition, fees, room and board expenses, and some educational supplies up to $25,000 (US) or its equivalent.

>
Multi-Year Ambassadorial Scholarships:  $12,500 (US) or its equivalent is provided per year to be applied toward the costs of a degree program.

>
Cultural Ambassadorial Scholarships:  Up to $12,000 (US) for three months or up to $19,000 (US) for six months of extensive language study and cultural immersion in another country -- intended to cover round-trip transportation, language training expenses, and homestay living arrangements.  Candidates interested in studying Arabic, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, and Swedish.

- Application and deadline dates vary by District
Some Rotary districts may only offer one type of scholarship (or none at all); applicants must check with local club regarding availability.  See 
www.rotary.org/foundation/educational/amb_scho/prospect/process/apply.html for more information.

 

 

 

 

Reserve Officer Training Corp (ROTC) Programs - Available Now

ROTC is a group of college students that take a military class for an elective (similar to getting a minor in a subject).  After the student receives his/her baccalaureate degree the student enters one of the most respectable professions as an officer in the military for 4 years with great pay and benefits.  Most programs allow students to try out the program and see if this is something they are interested in.

> Army ROTC has two, two & one-half and three year scholarships available provided you meet basic eligibility requirements.  These scholarships will pay your full tuition, books and a monthly stipend of $350 per month.  You must enroll in Army ROTC and take an additional elective course, in addition to your other academic requirements, while you are earning you bachelor degree.
   
Basic eligibility requirements include:  Complete your degree by your 30th birthday (waivers for at least a partial scholarship are possible up to 39 years of age), be enrolled full time in pursuit of a baccalaureate or an advanced degree, have a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale, and meet military medical qualification standards.
  
Army ROTC is a commissioned officer producing program.  It is not an enlistment program.  Upon completion of the ROTC program and obtaining a baccalaureate degree, you will become a commissioned officer (2nd Lieutenant) in the US Army, Army National Guard, or Army Reserve.

>
Army ROTC 2 & 3 year scholarships

> Army ROTC also has 3 ½ and 4 year scholarships available on a competitive basis.

For more information contact Master Sergeant Karol Clampitt at (734) 936-2839 or
aoeproo@umich.edu.

> U.S. Air Force ROTC Scholarship - TYPE 1:  Pays full college tuition, most lab fees and $600/year for books and a monthly stipend of $250-400

>
U.S. Air Force ROTC Scholarship - TYPE 2:  Pays college tuition and most lab fees up to $15,000, pays $600/year for books and a monthly stipend of $240-400

>
U.S. Air Force ROTC Scholarship - TYPE 7:  Pays full in-state college tuition and most lab fees (or a student can attend a college/university out-of-state, where the tuition is less than $9,000 per year), pays $600/year for books and a monthly stipend of $250-400

> 4-Year U.S. Air Force ROTC Scholarship:  Need to apply online at
www.afrotc.com by December 4 of senior year

> 2-3.5-Year U.S. Air Force ROTC Scholarship:  Need to contact Capt. Victoria Misek at
afrotc@umich.edu 

For all basic eligible requirements, to to www.afrotc.com/admissions/genReq.

 

Safe Association

> Safe Association Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application usually available in March
- Deadline usually in May
Two scholarships available.  For more information contact Mr. Will Waldock Embry-Riddle, Aeronautical University, 3200 N. Willow Creek Road, Prescott, AZ 86301-8662.

 

Saginaw Community Foundation

>
Paul and Deanna Virciglio Scholarship
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in February
For information and to request an application, call 989-755-0545 or see
www.saginawfoundation.org/grants_and_scholarships/scholarships/.

> Saginaw Community Foundation Scholarships
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in February
For information and to request an application, call 989-755-0545 or see
www.saginawfoundation.org/grants_and_scholarships/scholarships/.

 

 

 

The Sallie Mae Fund

> The Sallie Mae Fund "First in My Family®" Scholarship Program:  $500 to $5,000
Hispanic-American students who are the first in their family to attend college.
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in April
Application available at
www.hispanicfund.org

> The Sallie Mae Fund "American Dream" Scholarship Program:  $500 - $5,000
African-American students with demonstrated financial need.
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in April
Application available at
www.uncf.org.

For more information and applications, see www.salliemaefund.org.

 

 

 

Sanilac County Community Foundation

> Monica (Higgins) Sopha Scholarship
- Deadline usually in April
2 scholarships awarded annually to students planning to pursue a career in digital media, health care, or Vet tech.  For more information, see
www.sanilaccountycommunityfoundation.org.

SatelliteInternet.net - Available Now  

> Scholarship Contest: $1,000
- Deadline usually in December  (12-15-14)  
One scholarship will be awarded to the creative essay winner. For more information, see
http://www.satelliteinternet.net/scholarship/.

 

 

SaveOnEnergy.com

> Energy Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in November
Up to 5 scholarships will be awarded for winning essays. For more information, see
www.saveonenergy.com/energy-scholarship/.
 

Scholarship for International Training (SIT)

> The SIT Fund
>
The Diversity Fund
>
The Compton Fund
>
SIT Asia Fund
>
The Workum Fund
>
The Houston International Scholarship
>
Sally Bragg Baker Scholarship
Awards generally range from $500 to $4,000.
For more information, see
www.sit.edu/studyabroad/scholarships/index.html.

 

 

 

Scholarship, Integrity and Generosity (SIG)

> SIG Scholarship Award:  $350
- Deadline usually in April
SIG is a U-M Michigan Student Association.  This award is available only to incoming freshman.  As an applicant, you must submit your resume (a cover letter is not necessary) and one essay in 400 words or less explaining how you have best exemplified the three components that make up a member of SIG (scholarship, integrity and generosity).  Before the deadline, mail both parts (resume and essay) to:  Scholarship Committee, SIG, 1928 Geddes Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.
 

Scholarship Management Services

>
RPSEA Fellowship Program
- Deadline usually in September
The application and more details are available at
www.rpseafellowship.scholarshipamerica.org.

 

Scholarship Program of the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan

>
Otis M. Smith Scholarship:  $2,000
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in May
For more information contact the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, 333 West Fort Street, Suite 2010, Detroit, Michigan 48226-3134, (313) 961-6675, Fax: (313) 961-2886.

 

 

 

ScholarshipExperts.com

> I Have a Dream Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in January
One essay winner will be awarded scholarship. Apply online at http://www.scholarshipexperts.com/apply.htx

> Campus Discovery Scholarship:  $2,500
- Deadline usually in January
One essay winner will be awarded scholarship. Apply online at http://www.campusdiscovery.com/start

> Next Big Thing Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in February
One essay winner will be awarded scholarship. Apply online at http://www.scholarshipexperts.com/apply.htx

> United Realty Students Scholarship: $10,000
- Deadline usually in March
One essay winner will be awarded scholarship. Apply online at http://www.scholarshipexperts.com/notes/urp.jsp

> Superpower Scholarship: $2,500
- Deadline usually in March
One essay winner will be awarded scholarship. Apply online at http://www.scholarshipexperts.com/apply.htx  

> The 2008 Do-Over Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in June

Five essay winners will each receive $1,000.  Apply online at http://www.scholarshipexperts.com/apply.htx.

> Education Matters $5K Scholarship:  $5,000
- Deadline usually in October
One essay winner will be awarded a $5,000 scholarship.  Apply online at
http://www.scholarshipexperts.com/apply.htx.

  

 

ScientificBlogging.com

> University Science Writing Competition:  $2,500 grand prize, $500 first prize
- Entries must be received between September 1 - October 15
Submit an article to ScientificBlogging.com in one of the following science disciplines:  Earth Science, Physical Science, Life Science, Social Science, Medicine or Culture.  Finalists will be chosen in each discipline, and then winners will be selected by online voting by registered members.  For complete contest details and entry, go to:
www.ScientificBlogging.com.

 

 

SellUsedBooks.com

> See Used Books College Essay Contest Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in April for Spring award
One student will win each Spring and Fall.  For more information, see
www.sellusedbooks.com/sell-used-books-college-essay.htm.

 

 

Service First Scholarship Program

> Service First Scholarship:  $250 to cover the cost of educational materials (books, school supplies, etc.)
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually in April
One scholarship will be awarded.  Questions will be answered by emailing
service1st.scholar@gmail.com.

 

 

Shane Co. Inc.

> Shane Co. College Scholarship - 1 each:  $5,000 - $3,000 - $2,000
- Deadline usually in March
Three scholarships will be awarded.  For more information, see
http://www.shaneco.com/about/shane-co-college-scholarship-rules.htmx.

   

 

Shiawassee County Bar Association

> Patricia Carmody Memorial Scholarship - $1,000
- Deadline usually in April 
Scholarship offered to law school students and incoming college seniors receiving an education in a law related profession, who reside or have graduated from a high school in Shiawassee County, Michigan.  For more information and application, email scholarship committee member Justin D. English at
justin@jdelawoffice.com.

 

 

Shift Insurance

> The Drive to Learn Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in March
Essay contest for full-time students.  For more information, see
http://www.shiftins.com/automobile/car-insurance-program.aspx.
 

Siemens Foundation with the College Board

> Siemens Westinghouse Competition:  Regional Awards $500 to $3,000; National Awards $10,000 to $100,000
- Deadline usually in October
For more information, see
www.collegeboard.com/article/0,,6-30-0-22228,00.html.

  Simmons Market Research Bureau

> Simmons/Microsoft Business Plan Challenge:  One first place award of $5,000, two runner-up awards of $1,000 each
- Deadline usually in May
For more information, see
www.smrb.com.

 

 

Sixt Rent a Car

> Sixt Scholars Program:  $5,000
- Deadline usually in March
Up to 5 scholarships will be awarded to graduating high school seniors in the USA with a minimum 3.5 gpa, who plan to enroll in a full time 2 or 4 year college.  For application and more information, see
www.sixt.com/actions/sixt-scholars.
 

Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) Foundation

>
SEG Foundation Scholarship Program:  $500 - $12,000
- Application usually available in December
- Deadline usually in March
Number of awards varies.  Application available at
http://students.seg.org.

  

 

Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS), Michigan Chapter

> Michigan
Scholarships in Conservation:  $500
- Application usually available in September
- Deadline usually in November
One scholarship available.  Write to SWCS Scholarship Committee, c/o E. Wendy Ogilvie, FTC&H, 1515 Arboretum Dr. SE, Grand Rapids, MI  49546, or by email at
ewogilvie@ftch.com.  (For information on SWCS, see www.swcs.org.)

 

 

Solvay Pharmaceuticals

> SolvayCARES Scholarship:  $2,500
- Deadline usually in June
40 awards of $2,500.  Cystic Fibrosis (CF) patients will share their success stories and people from around the country can vote for the winner they find most inspiring.  The recipient with the most votes will win the SolvayCARES "Thriving Student Achiever" Scholarship award and will receive $10,000 in place of the standard $2,500 award.  For application, and more information see
www.SolvayCARES.com.
  Paul and Daisy Soros

The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans:  Up to $20,000 annually in maintenance, half-tuition (up to $16,000 per academic year)
- Application usually available in May
- Deadline usually in November
For application and more information, see
www.pdsoros.org.
SoundOut Social Media - Available Now  

> SoundOut Social Media Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in January  (1-15-15)  
Two scholarships will be awarded to the students who design the most compelling social media campaign. This opportunity is geared towards students studying business and marketing, but students of all majors are welcome to apply.  Essay and scholarship details are outlined here:
http://soundout.net/social-media-scholarship/.

 

 

South Texas Academic Rising Scholars (STARS) Scholarship Foundation

> South Texas Academic Rising Scholars (STARS) Scholarship
- Deadline usually in March
Must be a permanent resident of and have a permanent South Texas address.  For application and more information, see
www.southtexasstars.org.

 

 

Southeast Michigan Mensa (SEMM)

>
Southeast Michigan Mensa Scholarship Program:  $300-$1,000
- Application usually available in September
- Deadline usually in January
For more information go to 
www.mensafoundation.org/scholarships for an application or send a SASE to SEMM Scholarships, PO Box 1019, Taylor, MI 48180.  Questions may be sent to Becca@GlobalDSL.net.

 

 

Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Memorial Scholarship Fund

> SEMA Memorial Scholarship:  $1,000-$4,000
- Application usually available in November
- Deadline usually in April
Number of scholarships vary.  For more information, see
www.sema.org.

> Sema Show Intern Program
- Deadline usually in January
For more information, see
www.sema.org.  Call Pat Benson, Director, Educational Services with questions at (909) 860-0184 or by email at patt@sema.org.

 

 

Spokeo

> Spokeo Connections Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline for Spring usually in November
- Deadline for Fall usually in July
Essay contest open to recently graduated high school seniors or full-time students currently enrolled.  For more information, see
http://www.spokeo.com/spokeo-connections-scholarship.
 

Sprint

>
Sprint Scholarship/Internship
- Application usually available in late Fall
- Deadline usually in October
Application available online at 
www.uncf.org/scholarship/corporatescholars.asp.

  State Bar of Michigan

> Legal Assistants Scholarship:  $250-1,000
- Application usually available in April
- Deadline usually in July
Application available online at
http://www.michbar.org/paralegal/scholarship.cfm.

 

 

Strategic Name Development

> Naming and Branding Scholarship:  $2,500
- Deadline usually in August
One scholarship available to undergraduate student majoring in Communications, English, Marketing, or Linguistics.  Must complete the naming assignment and a 1,000 word essay.  For more information, see
www.namingdevelopment.com/scholarship/.
  Strings Magazine

> Strings Magazine Scholarship Award:  $1,000
- Application usually available in September
- Deadline usually in February
Four (4) available.  Application online at
www.stringsmagazine.com/Strings-Magazine-Scholarship-Program.

Student Loan Network - Available Now

> Student Loan Network Scholarship:  $10,000
- Deadline dates vary
No essay or gpa requirements -- earn scholarship points to be entered into drawing.  For more information, see
http://www.scholarshippoints.com/.

 

Talbots Scholarship Foundation

Nancy Talbot Scholarship Award:  up to ten $15,000 scholarships and one $30,000
- Application usually available in late Fall
- Deadline usually in January
Must be women who have earned a high school diploma or their GED on or before September 2001.  For application and more information, see
www.talbots.com/scholarship.

 

 

Talentia Fellowship Program

> Talentia Scholarship Program:  up to $18,000 (includes 100% tuition, travel, books and living expenses for one year)
- Deadline usually in March
100 awards available.  For more information, see
www.juntadeandalucia.es/innovacioncienciayempresa.
 

Target Corporation

>
Target All-Around Scholarships:  Four awards of $10,000 and 2,100 awards of $1,000
- Application usually available in October
- Deadline usually in November
See
http://target.com/target_group/community_giving/scholarship.jhtml.

  

 

Telluride

> Various scholarships
For more information, see
http://tellurideassociation.org.

> Telluride House Scholarship:  full room and board
- Deadline usually in October
Telluride House is a residential community at U-M that offers full room and board scholarships based on a selective application process.  Application available online at
www.telluride-house.org.

 

 

TheGiftingStore.com

> "Hope for an Eco Friendly World" Scholarship:  $500
- Deadline usually in December
For more information, see
http://thegiftingstore.com/pages/PeopleDoingGood.htm.
ThePennyHoarder.com - Available Now  

> ThePennyHoarder.com "Frugal Student" Scholarship:  $2,000
- Deadline usually in February  (2-1-15)  
One award.  Applicants must be actively enrolled in a college or university and submit a brief (150 words or less) essay describing an inventive way they have earned or saved extra money.  For more information, see
http://www.thepennyhoarder.com/frugal-student-scholarship/.

 

 

Thompson-Phelan Group and Michigan Association of Community Bankers (MACB)

James W. Phelan Scholarship:  $750
- Deadline usually in May
Four scholarships will be awarded to Michigan residents in their junior or senior year of college in the following fields: architecture, engineering, construction, banking, or general business.  For application and more information, see
www.thompsonphelan.com.
  TIAA-CREF Institute

> TIAA-CREF Ruth Simms Hamilton Research Fellowship
- Application usually available in September
- Deadline usually in October
For more information, see
www.tiaa-crefinstitute.org.
  Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation

> The Truman Scholarship:  $30,000
- Application usually available in August
- Deadline usually in January
For more information, see
www.truman.gov.

 

 

Tylenol

> The Tylenol Scholarship:  $1,000 and $5,000
- Deadline usually in May
170 available. For application and more information, see
www.tylenol.com/scholarship, using access key TYLN.
  Morris K. Udall Foundation

> Morris K. Udall Scholarship: $5,000 ($350 honorable mention)
- Application materials sent to faculty representatives in September
- Deadline usually in March
Approximately 80 scholarships available (plus 30 honorable mention awards).  For more information and application, see
http://udall.gov/p_scholarship.htm.

 

 

Underground Contractors Association (UCA) of Illinois

> UCA Scholarship Award Program:  Up to $2,000
- Deadline usually in February
3 scholarships will be awarded to students in pursuit of higher education or training, both being related to the underground construction industry.  For application and more information, see
http://uca.org/committees/scholarship.asp.

 

 

United Jewish Communities

> FEREP (Federation Executive Recruitment and Education Program) Scholarship Program:  $20,000 per year for up to two years of graduate study
Deadline usually in February
Candidate must have a passion for working professionally in the Jewish community.  Full-time Masters degree programs eligible for FEREP support:  Social Work (non-clinical track), Public Administration, and Non-profit Management or Business Administration (non-profit track).  Students must be enrolled full-time and current graduate students may apply.  For application, and more information, see
www.ujc.org/ferep.

 

 

 

United Negro College Fund (UNCF)

> UNCF/AFSCME/Harvard University Labor and Worklife Program (LWP) Union Scholars Program
- Deadline usually in February
Appliation and information available at
www.uncf.org.

> Dell/UNCF Corporate Scholars Program:  up to $10,000
- Deadline usually in January
Application and information available at
www.uncf.org.

>General Mills Technology Scholars Award:  $5,000
- Deadline usually in March
Application and information available at
www.uncf.org/forstudents/scholarDetailSGA.asp?id=188

> Household International Corporate Scholars Program:  up to $10,000
- Application usually available in February
- Deadline usually in March
Application and information available at
www.uncf.org.

> JPMorgan Chase/UNCF Corporate Scholars Program
- Deadline usually in January
Application and information available at
www.uncf.org.

> UNCF/Riversville Foundation Scholarship:  $15,000

- Application usually available in April
- Deadline usually in May
Available to college freshman enrolled in 4 year degree program with demonstrated unmet financial need. Application and more information available at http://www.uncf.org/sections/ForStudents/SS_Scholarships/scholarDetailSGA.asp?id=950.

> UNCF/Northrup Grumman:  $1,500
- Application usually available in January
- Deadline usually in February
Number of available scholarships varies.  Application and information available at
www.uncf.org.

 

 

United Negro College Fund Special Programs (UNCFSP) International Institute for International Public Policy (IIPP)

> IIPP International Affairs Fellowship
- Application deadline usually in March
Openings for five college sophomores who would excel in an international affairs career. Must be enrolled full-time, a U.S. citizen or legal resident, and an underrepresented minority.  For application and more information, see
www.uncfsp.org/iipp.

United States Navy - Available Now

> Navy Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate Scholarship: $3,462/mo + $15,000 signing bonus, full medical and dental benefits.  No requirements while in school except maintaining GPA.  Incurs obligation upon graduation.  For more information, see
http://www.navy.com/careers/officer/nuclear or contact LT Aaron Wolf (aaron.h.wolf@navy.mil).

> Baccalaureate Degree Completion Plan: $2,735 - $3,111/mo, full medical and dental benefits.  No requirements while in school except maintaining GPA.  Incurs obligation upon graduation.  For more information, see http://www.navy.com/careers/officer or contact LT Aaron Wolf (aaron.h.wolf@navy.mil).

 

 

University of Michigan Chapter of Pike Beta Tau

> Pike Beta Tau Chapter Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in August
Not need-based, any freshman male who embodies the ultimate student, leader, athlete, and gentleman can apply.  Click here for application. If you have any questions, contact Chapter President Zachary Hadd by phone (248-872-5902) or email (
zhadd@umich.edu). 

 

 

University of Michigan Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon

> Balanced Man Scholarship:  $1,000, $500, and $250
- Deadline usually in May
Three scholarships awarded to any male attending the University of  Michigan, recognizing outstanding individuals in the areas of academics, athletics, and community service (under no obligation to join any organization).  For application and more information, see
http://uofmsigep.chapterspot.com/page.php?pageid=14.

 

 

University of Michigan Engineering

All Engineering undergraduates are eligible who are enrolled for at least one term between January 2012 and January 2013. For more information and applications, see http://techcom.engin.umich.edu/writing_contests/
- Deadline for all three contests in January

> The George M. Landes Prize: up to $2,000
Awarded annually to an undergraduate student who demonstrates excellence in both technical work and the presentation of that work in written or graphic form. The prize is in memory of George M. Landes, a 1977 graduate of the Mechanical Engineering Department and Ford Motor Company engineer who was killed in an automobile accident in 1981.

> The Cooley Writing Contest:  up to $2,000
In his will, the late Dean Mortimer Cooley left funds to be used in the Engineering College to support the Cooley Writing Contest for undergraduates in Engineering. The contest committee invites students to submit entries in one or both of the following categories: Category 1- Essays on any topic which live up to the spirit of Dean Cooley’s will; Category 2- Fiction, Drama.

> Mack Contest:  up to $1,000
This award will be presented to an undergraduate student for the best essay or paper on any subject except strictly engineering subjects.

 

 

University of Michigan International Institute

> Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships
- Deadline usually in February
Available for both undergraduate and graduate students.  Must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident and enrolled as full-time student at the University of Michigan.  For application and more information, see
www.ii.umich.edu/flas.

 

 

University of Michigan Order of Angell

> Order of Angell Leaders Scholarship:  $500
- Deadline usually in April
Two scholarships will be awarded; one will be granted to an incoming freshman, and the other will go to a current student on campus. The scholarship is intended to recognize student leaders and alleviate the financial burden that may prevent them from participating and leading student organizations at the University of Michigan.  For more information, see
www.scholarship.orderofangell.org.

 

 

University of Michigan Spectrum Center/Kellogg

> Spectrum/Kellogg Scholarship:  $2,000
- Deadline usually in August
Five scholarships available to full-time undergraduate or graduate students who demonstrate strong engagement in, and who have made significant contributions to, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students and ally activism. 
Click here for application.

 

 

University Language Services, Inc.

> University Language Services, Inc. Scholarship: $500 / $100
- Deadline usually in February
Photo and essay contest with one $500 award and 3 runner-up awards of $100 each.  Students must have studied outside of the U.S. for at least one semester.  Submit favorite photo that sums up experience studying in another country with 200 words or less For full contest rules, see
www.universitylanguage.com/scholarships/competition.

 

 

Upper Peninsula Michigan Pharmacist Association (UPMPA)

> UPMPA Pharmacists Scholarship:  $500
- Deadline usually in February
Student must be currently enrolled in the College of Pharmacy at the University of Michigan, Ferris State University, or Wayne State University, and a native or current resident of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.  For more information, contact Heidi Peterson, Chairman UPMPA, 155 S. Rose St., Ishpeming, MI 49849.

 

 

Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC)-Detroit Chapter

> Urban Financial Services Coaltion Scholarship Program:  $1,500 to $5,000
Deadline usually in February
Number of awards vary.  For more information, and application, see
http://www.ufscdetroit.net/.

 

 

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS)

> Saul T. Wilson, Jr., Scholarship:  up to $5,000 for undergraduate studies and up to $10,000 per year for graduate studies (for tuition, books, tutors, and laboratory fees)
- Deadline usually in March
For more information, see
www.aphis.usda.gov/career_opportunities/student_programs.shtml.

 

 

 

U.S. Department of Homeland Security

>
DHS Undergraduate Scholarship:  Full tuition and mandatory, nonrefundable fees paid, plus stipend of $1,000 for 9 months during academic year ($5,000 for 10-week summer internship)
- Deadline for electronic application usually in January
Application available at
www.orau.gov/dhsed.

 

 

U.S. Department of State/Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation (WWNFF)

>
Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship Program:  Tuition, room, board, and mandatory fees during the junior and senior years of college and during the first year of graduate study with reimbursement for books and round-trip travel.
- Application usually available in the Fall
- Deadline usually in February
For more information and application, see:
www.woodrow.org.

> Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship Program:  Tuition, room, board, and mandatory fees are paid for the first year and second year of graduate study, with reimbursement for books and round-trip travel.
- Application usually available in the Fall
- Deadline usually in February
For more information and application, see
www.woodrow.org.

 

U.S. Institute of Peace

> National Peace Essay Contest:  First-place state winners receive college scholarships of $1,000, then first-place state winners also compete for national awards of $10,000, $5,000 and $2,500 for first, second and third place respectively.
- Deadline for Fall/Winter term usually in January
- Deadline for Summer term usually in February
For more information, see
www.usip.org/ed/npec/index.html.

U.S. Navy Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program - Available Now

> Fully paid medical/dental/optometry education plus monthly income.  Includes payment of tuition, school required fees (except housing and meals), reimbursement for the cost of required books and equipment, and a monthly stipend of at least $1,279 (an increase is expected in July 2006).  Students selected for the program will receive a Commission in the Medical Corps, Dental Corps, or Medical Service Corps and become a part of the Navy's Health Care Team.
For more information 
click here (PDF) and see www.navy.com/careers/officer/healthcare.
Also, contact:
Donna N. Bradley, LCDR, NC, USN, MSN, RN, CNOR
2500 Packard Road, Ste. 201A
Ann Arbor, MI  48104
Cell:  (734) 231-8858
Work: (734) 677-4580
Email:
bradleyd@cnrc.navy.mil

U.S. Navy - Available Now

>
Navy Civil Engineer Corps:  $1,900/mo, US Navy benefits 
For more information, see
www.cec.navy.mil/.

>
Navy Health Services Collegiate Program:  Up to $42,000 for college costs, living expenses, etc.
Call 1-800-USA-NAVY,

 

 

UsBundles.com

> UsBundles.com Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December  
Write a 250-300 word article on your blog or website.  For more information see
http://www.usbundles.com/college-scholarship.

 

 

Vandelay Web

> The Future of Technology Scholarship by Vandelay Web:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in May
Two scholarships will be awarded to winning essays on how student sees the future of technology evolving. For more information, see
http://vandelayweb.com/vandelay-web-scholarship.

 

 

The Vanguard Scholarship Program

> The Vanguard Scholarship Program:  up to $10,000
- Deadline usually in December
Up to 10 awards each year.  For application and more information, see
www.sms.scholarshipamerica.org/vanguard.

 

 

Verbal Ink

> Verbal Ink Transcription Services Scholarship:  $1,500
- Deadline usually in April
One scholarship will be awarded to a graduating high school senior or college freshman. Interested students must submit a 500-1,000 word essay. To find out more, see
www.verbalink.com/scholarship.

 

 

Veterans for Peace - Chapter 93

> Peace Scholarship:  $500
- Deadline usually in September
For more information, see
www.vfp93.org/scholarship, or contact Bill Shea, 803 John A. Wood Dr., Ann Arbor, MI 48105, 734-662-0818, billshea@umich.edu.
 

Veterans United Home Loans

> Veterans United Foundation Scholarship:  $2,000
For students with a connection to the U.S. military through one of the following:

• A current active-duty service member
• Veteran of the United States Armed Forces
• Spouse of a service member or veteran
• Surviving spouse or child of a fallen service member
• Child of a service member or veteran
Spring application period:  March 15 - April 30

Fall application period:  September 15 - October 31
Up to 20 scholarships will be awarded.  For application and essay information, see
http://www.veteransunited.com/about/scholarships/

   Wal-Mart Foundation

> Sam Walton Community Scholarship:  $1,000
- Application available the first week of December
- Deadline usually in February

Applications available at local Wal-Mart Stores, Sam's Club or see the website
www.walmartfoundation.org (click education, then scholarships).

 

 

Washington Scholars

> Washington Scholars Fellowship Program
- Deadline for 2012 Summer Term
Approximately 20 outstanding undergraduate and graduate students are selected to participate in this 10-week program.  To apply or obtain more information, see
www.washingtonscholars.org.

 

 

West Michigan Dental Foundation

> Grants for tuition and books: dental students $2,500/max - dental hygiene students $1,000/max - dental assisting students $500/max
- Deadline usually in December
Applicant must be a resident of or originally from one of the following West Michigan counties: Kent, Ionia, Mecosta, Montcalm or Ottawa. For application and more information, see
www.wmdds.org/foundation.

 

 

Wholesale Halloween Costumes

> Wholesale Halloween Costumes Scholarship:  $500
- Deadline usually in October

Pumpkin Carving Contest open to all students enrolled at an accredited two or four year college within the United States.  For contest rules, see http://www.wholesalehalloweencostumes.com/scholarship/.

William Davidson Jewish College Loan Program (WDJCLP) - Available Now  

> WDJCLP: amount varies on interest-free loan
- First loan cycle - Application available April 1 - Deadline May 15
- Second loan cycle - Application available July 1 - Deadline August 1
Open to full-tim students who are Jewish, Michigan residents and attending a Michigan college or university. For more information, see
www.jewishcollegeloansmi.org.

 

 

Wisdom Works Group, Inc.

> Wisdom Scholars:  $2,000 for one academic year in 4 equal disbursements
- Deadline usually in June
One award available to juniors and seniors completing their undergraduate education, studying sustainable leadership development in fields such as education, business and politics.  For application and more information, see
www.wisdom-works.com/wisdom-scholars.html.
 

Withit Scholarship Program

> Jena and Stephen B. Hall Scholarship:  $5,000
- Deadline usually in March
2 available.  For more information, contact the Withit Scholarship Program, P.O. Box 35362, Greensboro, NC 27425 or see
www.withit.org/scholarship.asp.

 

 

Women in Defense (WID), Michigan Chapter

> WID HORIZONS-Michigan Scholarships Program
- Deadline usually in August
Applicant must demonstrate interest in pursuing a career related to national security or defense.  For application and more information, see
http://www.wid-mi.org/index.php/programs/horizons-scholarship

 

 

Women in International Trade (WIIT) Charitable Trust

> WIIT Trust Scholarship:  $1,500
- Deadline for Summer or Fall 2013 in March
- Deadline for Spring 2014 in July
Available to female undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing international development, international relations, international trade, international economics, or international business.  For application and more information, see www.wiittrust.org/projects.shtml.

 

 

Wyzant Tutoring

> Wyzant college scholarship essay contest: 1st place $5,000; 2nd place $3,000; and 3rd place $2,000
- Deadline usually in April
3 scholarship awards to essay winners.  Open to college freshmen, sophomores and juniors who write a short essay about the most important lesson they have learned.  For more information, see 
http://www.wyzant.com/Scholarships/.  
 

Xerox

Xerox Technical Minority Scholarship program:  $1,000 (depending on tuition balance on record and academic excellence)
- Deadline usually in September
Download the application form, sample resume, and cover letter from
www.xerox.com/go/xrx/template/009.jsp?view=Feature&Xcntry=USA&Xlang=en_US&ed_name=Careers_University_Internships.

 

 

Yellow Pages United

> Yellow Pages United Mark Smith Scholarship:  $2,500
- Deadline usually in May
Create an infographic that shows how marketing has changed from your parents' generation to today. For more information, see
www.yellowpagesunited.co/yellow-pages-united-mark-smith-scholarship/.

 

 

Your Local Security

> America's Best Blogging Scholarship:  $1,000
- Deadline usually in December
One scholarship awarded to currently enrolled students and incoming freshmen.  For more information, see
http://yourlocalsecurity.com/scholarship.

 

 

Zonta Club of Flint I

> Zonta Club Scholarship
- Deadline usually in April
For application and more information, see
www.zontaflint1.org/grants%20an

 

 

21st Century Insurance

> 21st Century Insurance College Scholarship Contest:  20 students will win $550 scholarships and 1 student will win a $10,000 scholarship
- Deadline usually in September
Must be a full-time student with a GPA of 3.0 or higher and have fulfilled 40 hours or more of volunteer work.  Write a 250 word essay describing how you've helped your community, your town, or the world through volunteer work.  For more information see
www.21st.com/landing-pages/en/scholarship.jsp.

 

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