The Justice in Action Scholarship is proudly sponsored by Skubiak & Rivas, a team of criminal defense and traffic attorneys. The law firm strives to bring justice to their clients every day. This scholarship was established to learn more about how others perceive justice.
Student applicants are encouraged to submit an image or video that answers, “What represents justice to you?”. The visual submission should include a 300-word explanation
Any high school senior accepted to a university, college, or trade school may apply as well as any student enrolled to begin school in the fall of 2019
Students currently enrolled in college, trade school, or university may also apply
Deadline: December 19th, 2019 |Scholarship Value: $1,000
For the past 18 years, CreditSoup has been providing its customers with the right tools to learn everything there is to know about their credit but most importantly their financial history. The online platform offers a variety of programs that helps their customers navigate numerous credit products.
Applicants must submit the following for a chance to win:
A completed version of the application form
Enrollment verification from their school
A copy of their most recent transcripts
An essay (400-800 words) answers this question: “Why you chose your major or the importance of your field of study?”
Scholarship is open to:
S. Citizens or permanent residents
Students who are enrolled (or are enrolling) as full-time students of an accredited college/university within the United States for completion of undergraduate degree with a minimum GPA of 2.5
Deadline: December 15th, 2019| Scholarship Value: $1,000
MerchantCards launched this scholarship to help contribute to the rising costs of higher education. Many families are faced with the tough decision of how they can afford their child’s education. MerchantCards acknowledges that the cost of a higher education shouldn’t be the factor that hinders students from pursuing their passion.
All student applicants must submit a unique 1000+ words essay on the following topic:
“The Impact of Mobile payments on Spending. Highlight how mobile payments could lead shoppers to spend more frivolously at the register”
Any student can apply for this scholarship as long as they are currently registered in an institution of higher education
Deadline: December 1st, 2019 | Scholarship Value: $1,000
Over the past years, college has become very expensive and necessary. The Kelleher International College Scholarship was designed to help someone afford their college career. The Kelleher International scholarship is named after Amber Kelleher, who is an internationally renowned relationship expert.
“How can philanthropy change the world?” – To apply, students are expected to answer the previous question in a short essay (under 500 words)
High school students graduating this calendar year and have been accepted into a college, university, trade school, or design school
Students currently enrolled in a college, university, trade school, or design school
Deadline: November 30th, 2019 | Scholarship Value: $2,500
The MUD Makeup Scholarship was launched in 2016 as the first Beauty Changes Lives program that focuses on makeup artistry. This scholarship was created with the commitment to help those pursuing the many diverse career paths available in the professional beauty and wellness industry.
To apply, applicants must submit a 3 – 5 minutes video OR an inspiration board and essay (200 words) answering, “Why is Beauty your passion and how will your career in Beauty fulfill your purpose?”
This scholarship is open to new or current cosmetology, esthetics, or makeup students who have not completed more than fifty percent of their coursework. Students must be attending or enrolled at a MUD Partner School
Deadline: October 31st, 2019 | Scholarship Value: $2,500
Gerber & Holder Attorneys At Law, is a well-known compensation law firm located in Atlanta. The law firm takes great pride in helping students of all ages and background in their pursuit of higher education. Students can take advantage of this opportunity by applying for a chance to win $1,000.
To enter our scholarship essay competition, students are required to answer the following question in 300-500 words:
What changes would you make to the workers’ compensation system to make it more equitable for injured workers?
Students must be:
U.S. residents or resident aliens who are registered at a U.S. college or university
Actively enrolled at the university with a valid student ID number and currently enrolled in classes in order to be eligible
Deadline: October 11th, 2019 | Scholarship Value: $1,000