If you made a new year’s resolution to apply for more scholarships this year, you’re not alone! Luckily for you this month there is a long list of scholarship applications that you don’t want to miss out on. Remember: if you think you won’t win because a lot of people are applying, “a lot of people” are thinking that too so you might as well apply!
The JRC Insurance Group Scholarship – Due Feb. 1st
One $1,000 scholarship for Spring semester will be awarded for those who write the best essay explaining why life insurance is important and how to put your family first when it comes to finances in 1,000 words. Open to undergraduate students and high school seniors.
Black Note Smoke-Free World Scholarship – Due Feb. 1st
One $2,000 scholarship award for writing a 750 word essay on how to create a smoke-free world. Open to full-time college students.
Internet Security Scholarship – Due Feb. 1st
One $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to the best written essay that answers the question: Where do you see internet security in five years? You must post your essay on your website or blog and it must be between 400-600 words. Open to high school seniors, undergraduate students, and grad students.
American Atheists Scholarships – Due Feb. 1st
One $1,000 and four $500 scholarships will be awarded to full-time students in the United States that identify as atheist activists. Two $500 scholarships will also be awarded to 2 LGBT atheist activists. Applicants must download the application on the link above.
Daughters of the American Revolution Scholarships – Due Feb. 10
There are different category scholarships open to high school seniors and undergraduate students. Awards range up to $5,000.
Transtutors Scholarship – Due Feb. 15
Three $1,000 scholarships rewarded to all students over the age of 13 and all majors. Mus write an 800 word article answer the following questions: How can colleges prevent students from dropping out? Highlight main reasons behind dropouts and what can be done to tackle the situation?
The Levin Firm Scholarship – Due Feb. 15
Five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to those who answer the following question the best in a minimum of 500 words: What safety features can be added to cars to cut down on injuries when a car crash occurs? Open to high school seniors and current full-time students.
Real HCG Drops Guide Scholarship – Due Feb. 28
Three scholarship awards of $1,000, $750, and $500 will be rewarded to students who write a 500-word minimum essay on how obesity of influencing society. Must be a full-time student in either high school or college and a GPA of 3.0.
Wear Action Scholarship – Due Feb. 28
One $500 scholarships will be awarded to students 18 or over who write a 700 minimum word essay on how fitness gadgets impact our lives.
I Heart My School Scholarship – Due Feb. 28
One $500 scholarships for tuition will be awarded to the student who writes the best 500-1,000 word essay on 5 great things about your school that others might not know about. Open to high school seniors or full-time students 18 years and older.
Good luck babes!