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Scholarships for current college students

Though many students apply for college scholarships while in high school, there are still many opportunities to win scholarships once college has begun. We’ve put together a list below of several different scholarships, each with its own awarding criteria. Click on the name of each one for further details and to apply.

Giva Student Scholarship

Details: Students submit a resume and an essay of 600-1000 words describing career and personal goals and a detailed plan of how they plan to use their talents and education to make the world a better place for future generations.


Eligibility: Part-time or full-time students attending any college or university worldwide


Deadline: December 1, 2015


Award amount: $1,000


Influenster Code Like a Girl Scholarship

Details: Students must submit a resume, transcript, and essay answering the question, What tool in the realm of technology do you wish you could reinvent, tweak, or collaborate on and why?


Eligibility: Full-time female students in their third, fourth, or fifth year majoring in computer science, information science, engineering, or a related field with a minimum 3.40 GPA.


Deadline: November 1, 2015


Award amount: $1,000


Look Twice, Safe a Life Scholarship

Details: Students must submit a creative piece such as a video, essay, or work of art that promotes safe driving and motorcycle safety.


Eligibility: Any student with a valid driver’s license currently attending or planning to attend college in the upcoming year


Deadline: December 1, 2015


Award amount: $1,000


A Better America Scholarship Program

Details: Students must submit in 200 words or less how they intend to make a positive contribution to the future of the United States.


Eligibility: U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents currently enrolled at an accredited university in the U.S.


Deadline: December 31, 2015


Award amount: $1,000


American Bullion Scholarship Program

Details: Students must submit proof of college enrollment and an essay 500-1,000 words answering the question, Why should you trust gold to protect your retirement?


Eligibility: Currently enrolled, full-time undergraduate students at any accredited college or university within the U.S. Must be a legal U.S. resident or hold a U.S. student visa.


Deadline: October 31, 2015


Award amount: $500


Steven M. Sweat Annual College Scholarship Essay Competition

Details: Students must submit a 500-word essay sharing their opinions and suggestions related to laws aimed at reducing distracted driving.


Eligibility: Students currently attending or planning to attend an accredited U.S. college or university


Deadline: December 1, 2015


Award amount: $1,000







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