Scholarships

Financial Aid

Financial aid is any form of assistance that a student receives to pay for college costs. These include Grants, Scholarships, Work study and Student Loans. The sources of financial aid can be from the State or Federal Government as well as private organization and companies. Generally students will need to complete the FAFSA application to receive state or federal aid. Students applying to private universities may also be required to complete the CSS profile. To receive scholarships students must seek and submit applications to be considered for this type of aid. 

 

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

The following steps will prepare you to apply for FAFSA: Make sure to have your documents ready!

1.Create a FSA ID for you and your parents (if they have a social security number) at https://fsaid.ed.gov/ Make sure you write your FSA ID in your “Blue Bible” because you will need it throughout your senior year.

2. Website: www.fafsa.ed.gov

Click on -> START A NEW FAFSA 2018-2019

Enter either your FSA ID if you created one or enter your student information First Name, Last Name, Social Security, and Birth date

Tab 1: Student Demographics

  • Enter your personal information
  • Citizenship Status
  • High School Graduation Status
  • Grade Level
  • Question regarding Foster youth status
  • Confirm High School of attendance
  • Type Eagle Rock High School and our school should pop up

Tab 2: School Selection (You can only add up to 10 Colleges or Universities at a time)

  • Add UC’s, Cal State’s, Private Schools then community colleges.
  • Housing Plans: Indicate your plans, a. On Campus, b. With Parent or c. Off Campus.

Tab 3: Determining Student Dependency Status

  • NO to all questions make you the student “dependent” on your parents or parent.
  • If you say “Yes” to any of the questions please make sure that you can prove it. If so, you are considered “Independent” and you will not have to provide information for your parents.
  • FOSTER YOUTH: Select “Yes” of at any time since you were 13 you were in foster care even if you are no longer in foster care today.

Tab 4: Parental Information for Dependent Students

  • Whose information goes on the FAFSA? Both parents if they are married or if your parents are divorced or separated then the parent who you live with 51% of the time. (Whoever claims you on their taxes does not matter!)
  • If you’re parent is remarried you must include information for both.
  • No Parent information is needed if you were or are in foster care, if you’re in legal guardianship, or if you’re a ward of the court.
  • Parent Income Information: Answer the questions using your parents 2016 income taxes if they haven’t filed. Use the tip on the right side of the screen to look for the Line item on the tax form.
  • Answer all financial questions for your parents even if you have to enter ‘0’ for the answers.
  • Enter Parent Asset Information as requested. Enter ‘O’ if there is none.

Tab 5: Student Income and Assets

  • These are the same questions as asked of parents.
  • If you do not work enter “Not Going to File”
  • Enter zeros ‘0’ for money earned.

Tab 6: Signatures and Certification

  • Are you a preparer? NO
  • Sign and Submit for the Student
  • Select FSA ID so that you can sign your document electronically.
  • Sign and Submit for the Parent
  • Select FSA ID so that you can sign your document electronically if your parent has a social security #.
  • If your parent has an ITIN #, you must print a signature page. Have it signed by your parent and mailed to:

Federal Student Aid Programs
P.O. Box 7652
London, KY 40742-7652

Tab 7: Confirmation

  • Take a picture of this screen and keep for your records.
  • You’re Done!

CONGRATULATIONS YOU SUBMITTED YOUR FAFSA BEFORE THE DEADLINE!

NEXT STEPS:

 

Scholarships and Resources for AB-540 Students

 Undocumented students have the same opportunities for college admissions. By law universities and college may not discriminate based on immigration status in regards to admission. However some restrictions apply in regards to financial assistance for college. See following link for more information. Undocumented students and college (AB540) (English | Spanish) 

AB540 Friendly scholarship websites. 

www.futuros-california.org                             www.maldef.org

www.salef.org                                                    www.latinocollegedollars.org

www.ab540.com                                                 www.e4fc.org

 Students without documentation will not complete the FAFSA application and will complete the Dream Act application.

 

Dream Act Application Instructions

The following steps will prepare you to complete the Dream Act Application: Make sure to have your documents ready!

Website: https://dream.csac.ca.gov/

Click on -> START APPLICATION

Click continue

Answer the question: Are you a U.S. Citizen or eligible non-citizen?

Yes if: You are a Citizen or if you have your Resident Card.

No if: You have a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA Social Security)

Click Start

Click 2018-2019 School Year

Tab 1: Instructions

  • Click Next

Tab 2: Student

  • Enter your personal information
  • Citizenship Status
  • High School Graduation Status
  • Grade Level
  • Question regarding Foster youth status
  • Confirm High School of attendance
  • Type Eagle Rock High School and our school should pop up

School Selection (You can only add up to 10 Colleges or Universities)

  • Add your colleges with the most expensive Private college you applied to First
  • Proceed with UC’s, Cal State’s, then community colleges.
  • Housing Plans: Indicate your plans, a. On Campus, b. With Parent or c. Off Campus.

Student Income and Assets

  • These are the same questions as asked of parents.
  • If you do not work enter “Not Going to File”
  • Enter zeros ‘0’ for money earned.

Tab 3: Determining Student Dependency Status

  • NO to all questions make you the student “dependent” on your parents or parent.
  • If you say “Yes” to any of the questions please make sure that you can prove it. If so, you are considered “Independent” and you will not have to provide information for your parents.
  • FOSTER YOUTH: Select “Yes” of at any time since you were 13 you were in foster care even if you are no longer in foster care today.

Tab 4: Parental Information for Dependent Students

  • Whose information goes on the Dream Act? Both parents if they are married or if your parents are divorced or separated then the parent who you live with 51% of the time. (Whoever claims you on their taxes does not matter!)
  • If you’re parent is remarried you must include information for both.
  • No Parent information is needed if you were or are in foster care, if you’re in legal guardianship, or if you’re a ward of the court.
  • Parent Income Information: Answer the questions using your parents 2016 income taxes if they haven’t filed. Use the tip on the right side of the screen to look for the Line item on the tax form.
  • Answer all financial questions for your parents even if you have to enter ‘0’ for the answers.
  • Enter Parent Asset Information as requested. Enter ‘O’ if there is none.

Tab 5: Signatures and Certification

  • Sign and Submit for the Student
  • Click on Parent Signature
  • Make sure you follow the instructions for Parent Signing.
  • Sign and Submit for the Parent

Tab 7: Confirmation

  • Take a picture of this screen and keep for your records.
  • You’re Done!

CONGRATULATIONS YOU SUBMITTED YOUR DREAM ACT APPLICATION BEFORE THE DEADLINE!

NEXT STEPS:

  • 3 Days after you submit your Dream Act Application create your Webgrants account in order to see your Cal Grant. https://mygrantinfo.csac.ca.gov/
  • Check your emails regularly.

 

Scholarship Websites

https://myscholly.com/

collegexpress.com

scholarships.com

cappex.com

www.finaid.orgThe calculator featured on this site is a great tool for figuring out exactly how much you will need in scholarships.

www.gmsp.org- Gates Millennium Undergraduate Scholars Program

www.jackierobinson.org - Jackie Robinson Foundation, Inc.

www.scholarships.com - A free college scholarship search and financial aid resource. It provides links to contests that offer scholarship awards up to $10,000.

www.fastweb.com - This site offers a free scholarship search along with other resources for college students.

www.uncf.org - United Negro College Fund - provides resources and scholarships for African American students.

www.apiasf.org- Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund - provides resources and scholarships for Asian American students.

www.hsf.netHispanic Scholarship Fund - Provides resources and scholarships for Latino/Hispanic students.

www.bie.edu and www.collegefund.org - Bureau of Indian Education and the American Indian College Fund – provides resources and scholarships for Native American students. 

www.chafee.csac.ca.gov - California Student Aid Commission: Chafee Grant for Foster Youth

www.csac.ca.gov and www.edfund.org - California Student Aid Commission

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

Review the information provided and visit the scholarship websites for more information (deadlines & requirements)


 

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Two scholarships are available:

$750 Volunteer Service Scholarship — This scholarship recognizes graduating seniors for their volunteer service in schools and communities, allowing them to register for courses at accredited colleges, universities, trade or technical schools. Applicants must be PTA members graduating from a California high school between January 1 and June 30 of the current academic year.

$500 Dr. Ralph E. White Graduating Senior Scholarship – Honoring the volunteer and public-service legacy of Dr. Ralph E. White and his wife, Eleanor, this additional scholarship provides $500 each to two successful applicants of the Volunteer Service Scholarship who intend to pursue a career in a medical field.

Applications, reference forms and all supporting documents must be received in the California State PTA office by February 1. All applicants are notified of their status in March. Scholarship winners receive a letter of congratulations and recognition certificate from California State PTA along with a check.

 

 

 

  • Stay In School Scholarship Program 

The LA Clippers are pleased to offer an opportunity to assist college-bound students. Six $4,000 Stay In School Scholarships will be offered to seniors planning to attend a four-year college beginning in the fall of 2018. Scholarships will be made available to students residing in the greater Los Angeles area. Applications can be submitted until February 23, 2018.

https://laclippersfoundation.fluidreview.com/

 

  • Now through Dec. 1, high school seniors with a passion for science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) can apply for Edison International’s $1.2 million scholars program that awards $40,000 scholarships—paid over four years—to 30 students seeking to make a difference in the world.
Attached is the press release. For links to other stories and photos about the Edison Scholars Program and past winners, please see link below.
  • LOS ANGELES, Oct. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) students enrolling in undergraduate or graduate programs for the 2018-2019 academic year are encouraged to apply online for a Point Foundation Scholarship. Point Foundation is the nation's largest scholarship-granting organization for LGBTQ students of merit and currently is providing financial assistance and programmatic support to 98 students.

    Applications open online at www.pointfoundation.org/apply on November 1, 2017.

    Students may submit the application until 11:59 p.m. PST January 29, 2018.

  • The GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program rewards college-bound students who demonstrate exemplary leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship with financial assistance to pursue higher education.
    Each year, the Program selects numerous recipients to receive a $10,000 scholarship renewable for up to an additional three years – up to $40,000 total per recipient. Awards are for undergraduate study and may be used for education-related expenses, including tuition, fees, books, supplies, room, and board. In addition, Scholars are invited to participate in a special awards program and receive ongoing leadership-development support.

    To be eligible for this award, applicants must:

    • demonstrate at school, at the workplace, and within the community the attributes of leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship;
    • demonstrate strong academic performance (minimum 3.0 grade point average/4.0 scale or equivalent);
    • be citizens of the United States of America;
    • be current high school seniors attending high school in the United States (students living on U.S. Armed Forces base and homeschooled students are also eligible); and
    • plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate course of study toward a bachelor’s degree at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States for the entire upcoming academic year.
     
  • The Ronald McDonald House Charities

(RMHC) gives $250,000 in scholarships
annually to eligible high school seniors
who reside and attend school in Los
Angeles County. Recipients must
demonstrate academic excellence,
leadership and community service. All
students are encouraged to apply.
There is also the RMHC Hispanic
American Commitment to Educational
Resources (HACER) scholarship, which
awards scholarships to Southland
Hispanic high school seniors as well as
the RMHC African American Future
Achievers scholarship given to
Southern California African –
Americans high school seniors who
plan to have an impact in their
communities. The RMHC also has the
Asia Scholarship Program that honors
high school seniors of Asian Pacific
descent with both a scholarship as
well have a $500 honorarium to a
community‐based organization of the
students’ choice.
Students can apply at the website
below starting October 2017
For the fall 2018 school year.
https://rmhcsc.org/scholarships

 

 

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  • Easy Scholarship: Share Tips to Help Friends Reduce Stress $5,000
    Sponsored by: Do Something (Scholarships)
    Applicant must be age 13 to 25 and live in or be a citizen of the U.S. or Canada. No minimum GPA or essay required.You could win an easy $5,000 scholarship just by sharing 5 simple ways for friends to reduce stress. The sponsor will send you easy, fun mental health hacks, and all you have to do is a click a button to send them to friends. That¿ll help friends unleash their potential this school year, and automatically enter you to win the scholarship.
    Application Deadline     September 30
    https://www.dosomething.org/us/campaigns/show-stress-whos-boss?source=partner&utm_source=partner&utm_medium=scholarship_listing&utm_campaign=collegexpress
    www.dosomething.org
    Volunteer and take action! Use and share 5 mental health hacks to fight stress and unleash your potential.
  • Zombie Apocalypse Scholarship $2,000
    Sponsored by: Unigo
    Applicant must be a U.S. resident 13 years of age or older. A short 250-word or less essay on the following topic required: Imagine that your high school/college has been overrun with Zombies. Your math professor, the cafeteria ladies and even your best friend have all joined the walking dead. Use your brain to flesh out a plan to avoid the Zombies, including where you would hide and the top five things you would bring with you to stay alive.
    Application Deadline     October 31
    https://www.unigo.com/scholarships/our-scholarships/zombie-apocalypse-scholarship
    www.unigo.com
    Finally, a scholarship for zombie fans. Did binge-re-watching "The Walking Dead" get you thinking about what you’d do if the streets were filled with flesh-eating ...
  • $1,000 College JumpStart Scholarship
    Sponsored by: College JumpStart Scholarship Fund
    Applicants must be 10th, 11th or 12th grade high school, college or adult students. Applicants may study any major and attend any college in the U.S. Applicants must be legal residents of the U.S. and complete the online application form including the required personal statement. The award may be used for tuition, room and board, books or any related educational expense. Applicant must be committed to using education to better their life and that of their family and/or community.
    Application Deadline     April 15; October 17
    http://www.jumpstart-scholarship.net/application-us
  • MyProjectorLamps Scholarship

    Sponsored by: MyProjectorLamps USA

    Applicant must be a high school senior or undergraduate student in the United States who is considered to be in 'good standing' at their current institution. Minimum 3.0 GPA required. One page essay detailing ideas about the use of multimedia and data visualization in K-12 classrooms is required.

    www.myprojectorlamps.com
    MyProjectorLamps Annual Scholarship is open to all students in the United States who are attending high school, college or university. Submit your essay today.
  • Spotlight Scholarship/Music Center:  https://www.musiccenter.org/spotlight      DUE: Oct. 16, 2017
  • APIASF General Scholarship Program

    The APIASF General Scholarship online application will open in September 2017 and close in January 2018. Please check back in September 2017 for the 2018-2019 APIASF General Scholarship Application. Scholarship awards range from one-time $2,500 awards to multi-year $20,000 awards. APIASF provides scholarships to underserved AAPI students with a special focus on those who:

    Live at or below the poverty level, or are otherwise of low socioeconomic statusAre the first in their families to attend college; Are representative of the AAPI community's diversity, geographically and ethnically, especially those ethnicities that have been underrepresented on college campuses due to limited access and opportunity; and have placed strong emphasis on community service and leadership as well as solid academic achievement.  Go to--- http://www.apiasf.org/scholarship_apiasf.html?ep_mid=11403777&ep_rid=304379398

  • The Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) is accepting applications for the 2017 Youth Awards educational grants program.
    "Our 19th Annual Youth Awards program will award students, graduating Class of 2018, with educational grants to pursue their higher education or to fund a community-based project. Recipients will be selected for their accomplishments in the classroom, community, and for their excellence in various educational categories.
    Students and parents will be celebrated at 10 regional ceremonies: Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Phoenix, Northern California, and Washington, DC."
    To APPLY and find out more information about the program, please visit www.hispanicheritage.org.  The DEADLINE to apply is Monday, October 2nd, 2017.

  • #BecauseILoveYou Scholarship

"We want to know what the relationship behaviors are that you believe to be the cornerstones to a healthy, happy relationship. Is it open communication? Having trust in your significant other or friend? Being able to be honest with each other? Showing respect or compassion? How has your life been impacted by healthy or unhealthy relationships? Tell us in a poem what healthy relationship behaviors are most important to you and what the words #BecauseILoveYou should really mean.
The basic requirements are this: (1) you are 25 years of age (or younger), and (2) you are a current or former high school student who will attend or is attending college within the U.S. or its territories. Add an original poem to Power Poetry by Tuesday, November 7, 2017. You'll need to register as a member of our community first."

http://powerpoetry.org/poetry-slams/becauseiloveyou-scholarship-slam?utm_medium=email&utm_source=general&utm_campaign=SeptemberNewsletter&utm_source=General&utm_campaign=56e143a65b-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_09_12&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_d11e2d4f1d-56e143a65b-76843601

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The Intern Project

The Intern Project exposes deserving students to dynamic careers through paid internships in companies like Fullscreen Media, Skanska, Omaze, and Kaiser Permanente! We recruit and select outstanding LA students, place them in internships based on their skills, and provide coaching and additional supports to all our students throughout the summer.

If selected to join the program, students get:
- An internship of a minimum of 20 hours per week for 4 weeks (max 40 hours per week for 8 weeks).
- Hourly compensation
- Transportation stipend
- Professional development workshops
- Field trips
- A coach
- More!

To learn more and apply, go to theinternproject.weebly.com or email us at theinternproject@lapromisefund.org.

Northrop Grumman Engineering Scholars

Engineering Scholars program 

 

A scholarship program for high school seniors interested in pursuing engineering careers

This scholarship program helps support promising high school seniors who intend to pursue a career in an approved engineering, computer science, mathematics or physics program and who live in communities where Northrop Grumman Mission Systems has a major presence.

Northrop Grumman will award multiple $8,000* scholarships to qualified high school seniors in:

Maryland’s 23 counties and Baltimore City (one scholarship in each county; one in Baltimore City)

Two scholarships in each of the following locations:

  • Alabama – Huntsville City, Madison County, Madison City
  • California (McClellan) – Sacramento County
  • California (San Diego) – San Diego County
  • California (South Bay) – A resident of Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, El Segundo, Hawthorne, Torrance, Lawndale, or LAUSD – Local District South
  • California (Woodland Hills) – Conejo, San Fernando, Simi Valley, Santa Clarita Valley, and Ventura County
  • California (Sunnyvale) – Alameda or Santa Clara County
  • Colorado – Boulder County, El Paso County, Adams County, Arapahoe County, Broomfield County, Denver County, Douglas County, Jefferson County
  • Florida – Orange or Seminole County
  • Illinois – Arlington Heights, Palatine, Rolling Meadows, Hoffman Estates, Inverness or Mt. Prospect
  • Maryland – All 23 counties, plus Baltimore City
  • New York – Erie or Niagara County
  • Ohio – Butler, Clermont, Hamilton or Warren County
  • Utah – Davis, Salt Lake, Weber or Utah County
  • Virginia (Charlottesville) – Albemarle County
  • Virginia (NOVA) – Fairfax County

 

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Bank of America Charitable Foundation’s Student Leaders® Program

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation’s Student Leaders® Program is accepting applications for the 2018 Student Leaders® program.  In light of your affiliation with serving families and youth throughout Greater LA, we would like your help spreading the word.  Please share the Student Leaders info with your high school partners.
 
Since its inception in 2005, the Bank of America Student Leaders Program has recognized more than 2,500 exemplary high school juniors and seniors who have a passion for improving their communities.  The program helps students gain a greater understanding of how nonprofits create impact in the community and helps develop them as the next generation of community leaders through two components:
 
·         A summer eight-week paid internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank. This internship is designed to provide opportunities for the students to develop and apply leadership skills through hands-on work experience, while raising their awareness of community issues addressed by their Host Organization. 
 
·         The week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C. from July 8-13, 2018. Conducted in partnership with the Close Up Foundation, the Summit introduces students to aspects of civic, social and business leadership and provides them with knowledge and skills they will use throughout their life to create positive community change.
 
In order to spread the word about the opportunity to your members, partners, and affiliates, please distribute the attached flyer.  
 
We appreciate your help spreading the word about the Bank of America Student Leaders Program. Students can apply for the program by going to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders. Please note the application opens on October 30, 2017 with a deadline of February 2, 2018. There will be no deadline extensions.

For more information on the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, please visit www.bankofamerica.com/foundation or feel free to contact me.

STEM from Edison International

Still Time to Apply for $1.2 Million Edison Scholars Program

Dec. 1 is the deadline for high school seniors to pursue the $40,000 scholarships

ROSEMEAD, Calif., Nov. 8, 2017 — The clock is ticking, but there’s still time for high school seniors — the makers of tomorrow — to apply for Edison International’s $1.2 million Edison Scholars Program.

Now through Dec. 1, students who dream of making a difference and powering the future using science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) ingenuity, are invited to apply for a $40,000 scholarship — paid over four years — to 30 scholars enrolled in a four-year accredited U.S. college or university after high school graduation. Edison International, the parent company of Southern California Edison, awards the scholarships.  

Applicants must live in SCE’s service territory and plan to be a full-time undergraduate student majoring in one of the following STEM fields: mathematics, engineering, computer and information services, management information systems, natural resources and conservation and physical sciences. Eligible students must also be a high school senior, have at least a cumulative 3.0 GPA and demonstrate financial need.

Learn more at: edisonscholars.com, Edison Scholars 2018: Makers of Tomorrow or

Edison Scholars Thrive in STEM Pursuits

Since 2006, Edison International has awarded more than $7.5 million in scholarships toward 580 students’ higher education through the Edison Scholars Program. Edison International is one of the largest charitable contributors in Southern California, investing $20 million in local communities annually.

Edison International’s support of charitable causes, including the Edison Scholars Program, is funded entirely by Edison International shareholders. SCE customers’ utility bill payments do not fund company donations.

About Edison International
Edison International (NYSE:EIX), through its subsidiaries, is a generator and distributor of electric power, as well as a provider of energy services and technologies, including renewable energy. Headquartered in Rosemead, Calif., Edison International is the parent company of Southern California Edison, one of the nation’s largest electric utilities.

C.I.P. Scholarship

C.I.P. Scholarship

A scholarship to help you pay for college! The "College Is Power" scholarship is open to students age 17 and older who are currently in college or plan to start college within the next 12 month. Use the scholarship to pay for tuition, books, room and board, computers or anything else related to your education!

http://collegeispower.com/scholarship.cfm

 

2017 Future of Assisted Living Scholarship

2017 Future of Assisted Living Scholarship

SeniorAdvisor.com, the premier ratings and reviews site for senior services providers nationwide, is proud to announce our fourth annual scholarship for advancement in higher education. This is a general scholarship which will award each of the selected applicants with a scholarship award of $2,000. This scholarship will be awarded to students enrolled in an accredited college or university in the United States or Canada (excluding Quebec) during the academic year.

Selection and Eligibility Criteria

The annual scholarship award is for three (3) students enrolled in an associate's degree, bachelor's degree or graduate level program at an accredited 2-year college or 4-year university during the 2017-2018 academic year.

The following are ineligible to apply:

  • Employees of SeniorAdvisor.com, A Place for Mom, Inc., or A Place for Mom Canada, Inc.
  • An immediate family (spouse, parent, child, sibling and their respective spouses, regardless of where they reside) of an employee of SeniorAdvisor.com, A Place for Mom, Inc., or A Place for Mom Canada, Inc.
  • A person living in the same household, whether or not related, of an employee of SeniorAdvisor.com, A Place for Mom, Inc., or A Place for Mom Canada, Inc.

Applicants must include a 250-word maximum introductory bio with their 500-750 word essay and sign the Scholarship Award Agreement.

A $2,000 scholarship will be awarded to three (3) individual students who write the most compelling essay as judged by SeniorAdvisor.com staff.

https://www.senioradvisor.com/ind/assisted-living#VD1zmC4AADAAdvp_

 

Assisted Living | SeniorAdvisor.com

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Read reviews and get pricing information on Assisted Living in your city. See what is available for your senior loved one.

ScholarshipDetective

$1,000 Scholarship Detective Launch Scholarship

ScholarshipDetective is a free scholarship search engine. To celebrate our launch we are awarding two $1,000 college scholarships. To enter just complete this application including a 140 character or less statement on how you plan to use the scholarship money. We will be awarding one scholarship for the best reason. Deadline for entry is May 31, 2018. 

1,000 Moolahspot Scholarship

$1,000 Moolahspot Scholarship

Sponsored by: Moolahspot

Applicant must be at least 16 years of age and be planning on or be currently attending college or graduate school. Applications must be completed in English. Selection is based upon a short essay.

 

FAQ

Application Deadline April 30; August 31; December 31

http://www.moolahspot.com/scholarship/

 

MoolahSPOT Scholarship - moolahSPOT - find college ...

www.moolahspot.com

The $1,000 MoolahSPOT Scholarship is sponsored by MoolahSPOT.com and helps students of any age pay for higher education. The scholarship is a competition based on a ...