Sites like Grants or Peterson’s can help you search for programs you might qualify for. As you search, you may run into scholarships with requirements that you live in a particular state, plan to study a certain subject, or have an income below a certain threshold.
Unigo $10K Grant
Unigo, a scholarship search portal, offers its own $ten,000 Scholarship to students who best answer the question, “Would you rather be smart, funny, or rich? Why?” in 250 words or less. You must be at least 14 years old and a legal U.S. resident to apply, but there’s no maximum age limit. The deadline to apply is Dec. 31.
The Return2College Grant System offers $1,000 for students beginning or continuing their higher education. To apply, you’ll submit a three-sentence essay answering the question, “Why are you getting your degree?” There’s no age limit for the program, and Return2College is geared toward adult students going back to school. However, high school seniors are able to apply. The deadline for applying falls on Jan. 31.
Niche $2,100000 ‘Zero Essay’ School Grant
College information portal Niche offers a monthly drawing for a $dos,one hundred thousand “Zero Essay” School Scholarship, open to all high school seniors and college students. You can apply each month, with deadlines at the end of the month and winners notified by the middle of the following month. If you win, you can use the scholarship money for tuition, fees, housing, books, and other living expenses.
Imagine America Adult Feel Knowledge System
The Imagine America Foundation offers awards of up to $1,000 for adult learners who are pursuing vocational or career education. You’ll need to sign up for a free membership in the organization to apply for the Mature Knowledge Training Program, and you must be 19 or older. [Read more…] about Below are a few having pretty wider qualifications standards it’s also possible to consider: