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Scholarships

5 Scholarships for Every Month

Scholarships include DoSomething.org Scholarship, Courage to Grow Scholarship, Niche No Essay Monthly Scholarship, Cappex Easy College Money Scholarship, and Innovation in Education Scholarship.

Did you know that some college scholarships select a winner every single month? These are the contests you'll want to bookmark and return to again and again. Application requirements range from writing an essay to taking quizzes or completing community service. Prizes average $1,000, an amount that can significantly help with college costs, and most scholarships allow you to enter numerous times. Don't miss this (monthly) chance to earn funds for college costs.

  1. DoSomething.org Scholarship
    Details: Intended to inspire social change, this contest has students select a campaign from a list provided and take action. Tasks can be anything from picking up litter to collecting clothes for the homeless. Students take a picture to show their good deed and submit it online for scholarship consideration.
    Age: Anyone 13-25 years old
    Prize: Ranging from $1,000 to $5,000
    Deadline: Opportunities ongoing throughout the year
  2. Courage to Grow Scholarship
    Details: Students must explain in 250 words or less why they believe they should win the scholarship.
    Age: Current high school junior or senior or current college student with at least a 2.5 GPA
    Prize: $500
    Deadline: Last day of every month
  3. Niche No Essay Monthly Scholarship
    Details: A simple contest, students only need to register for a free account with Niche, a startup company helping students find their life path, to enter. No essay required. Niche selects a winner every month.
    Age: Anyone planning to attend college in the next 12 months
    Prize: $1,000
    Deadline: Last day of every month
  4. Cappex Easy College Money Scholarship
    Details: Students simply fill out the application and create an account with Cappex.
    Age: Anyone enrolled or planning to enroll in the next 12 months as a high school student or college undergraduate.
    Prize: $21,000
    Deadline: Last day of every month
  5. Innovation in Education Scholarship
    Details: Students must submit a letter of recommendation and an essay that describes an innovative project they designed that made a difference in the lives of others.
    Age: Current high school or college student with at least a 3.0 GPA
    Prize: $500
    Deadline: 20th of every month






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