Scholarships

Applications Open for Black Student Success Scholarship

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Looking for a college scholarship? Check out Inquire Hire’s The Black Student Success Scholarship. They’ll award $1,000 to one Black high school senior. To be eligible, students must: – Currently hold a 2.75 unweighted, cumulative GPA or higher– Be a high school senior at the time of submitting the application– Planning to attend a U.S.,…

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Scholarship Available for Upperclassmen at HBCUs

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It can be challenging trying to fund four years of college. To help out, The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF), McDonald’s, and Roland Martin joined together to offer a $15,000 scholarship for rising juniors and seniors enrolled at HBCUs. To be eligible, students should: Be 18 years or older Be enrolled as a junior or senior…

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Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship

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Amazon’s looking for students looking to major in computer science. The Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship will award one hundred lucky students $40,000 (students will receive $10,000 a year) for college and a 12-week paid programming internship at Amazon after completing their first year at college. To be eligible, students must be high school seniors in…

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American Legion Offers Legacy Scholarship

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Children of U.S. military members who died while on active duty on or after Sept. 11, 2001, are eligible to apply for the American Legion Legacy Scholarship. This needs-based scholarship awards up to $20,000 for undergrad or grad school. Once federal and state educational grants/scholarships have been used, this scholarship will fill in the financial…

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Students Pursuing Degree in Healthcare Can Apply for Raise The Line Scholarship

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Osmosis is providing six scholarships—one $5,000.00 USD award and five individual $1,000.00 USD awards—to selected students pursuing a degree in medicine, nursing, or other health science-related degrees. Students can use the funds to help pay rent, ease tuition fees, or help finance costs when paying for exams. Students should be enrolled in or accepted to…

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100Plus Offers Scholarship

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Students willing to write an essay about patient monitoring technology services could win $2,000. 100Plus, a company specializing in remote patient monitoring will award the student who writes the most visionary, insightful, and creative response benefiting patient-care essay to the following question: How will remote patient monitoring technology advance in the future to provide better…

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Check Out Scholarship Resources for Black Students

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Bankrate offers a resource for Black students looking for college scholarships. From their site: Scholarships are free money awards that students can use to pay for school and other college-related expenses, and they’re one of the best ways to avoid student loans. That’s particularly important for Black college students, who on average end up with more…

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Scholarship Available for Art Majors

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Students looking to pursue a career in art or art history should apply to the Catherine W. Pierce Scholarship. Ten students will receive $3,600. The scholarship is open to high school seniors and college undergrads. To be eligible, students should:Be enrolled full-time at any U.S. accredited 4-year institution for the 2021-2022 academic year Have at least a…

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Graced By Grit Awards Scholarships to Female Athletes

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Let’s hear it for girl power! Female student-athletes excelling in sports and academics, the GRACEDBYGRIT Foundation Scholarship Fund has their back. The fund supports female athletes pursuing collegiate sports. The $5,000 scholarship is paid to the recipient who has demonstrated GRIT by overcoming obstacles and adversity in their personal lives. Eligibility:  Female athlete pursuing sports at the…

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Grab These Scholarships for HBCUs

College Jumpstart Scholarship
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May 1st marked the last day to commit to most colleges and universities. Now that students are in, it’s time to pay for it! If your student is planning on attending a Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) or is currently enrolled, here are two scholarships to keep on the radar. The Thurgood Marshall College…

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