The Law Offices of Joel J. Kofsky, understands the enormous challenge students face to pay for a higher education. The ever-increasing cost of a good education often places financial burdens on students and their family. With this scholarship, the law group hopes to help ease some of that financial burden.
To apply for this scholarship, submit a 2-3 minutes video outlining the potential danger of slip and fall hazards and how they can be avoided within schools or colleges
This contest is available to students who are:
Enrolled in an accredited college or graduate school in the U.S.
18 years of age or older
Deadline: August 15th, 2020 |Scholarship Value: $1,500
Shelving Inc. has offered a wide variety of storage solutions for more than 50 years. The family-owned business understands the importance of supporting and preparing the youth for a greater tomorrow. Through this scholarship, the business hopes to recognize outstanding students who are driven by a better tomorrow.
To enter this scholarship, you must submit a copy of your academic transcript along with a 1,000 words or less essay. The essay must address what inspired you to begin a business-related field of study
Be high school senior or a current student in Michigan who is planning to attend or presently attends an accredited university or college in Michigan
Have a minimum 2.8 cumulative GPA
Deadline: July 26th, 2020 | Scholarship Value: Up to $1,500
Career Enjoyment was founded by a certified career coach, who has helped many choose the career of their dreams. The founder has traveled to more than 30 countries and conducted career workshops/seminars while working with people of all age.
Submit 800 words essay on what is your specific career planning strategy when choosing:
The career you love, adds value to the world and pays a good salary
To qualify for this scholarship you must be enrolled or planning to enroll at any accredited international college/university
Deadline: July 20th, 2020 | Scholarship Value: $1,000
The Scott Alan Turner Personal Finance Scholarship was established to help provide financial assistance to students. In addition, students are encourage to develop a deeper connection with good money management. This scholarship is awarded twice a year to high school senior and an undergraduate student.
Complete an application form along with a 500 words essay targeting this prompt:
Discuss what your family taught you/didn’t teach you about money/personal finance. Consider what you’ve learned about money on your own, from friends, and school. Examples include spending, saving, investing, student loans, budgeting, credit cards
To qualify, you must be:
A graduating high school senior or undergraduate college student in good academic standing at a two or four year college or vocational school
Between 16-25 years old
A United States citizen or legal resident
Deadline: July 1st, 2020 | Scholarship Value: $1,000
Americanism Educational Leaders (AEL) proudly sponsors this scholarship. The organization aims to provide students with opportunities to understand and appreciates some aspect of the American experience. Students interested in applying are encourage to discuss their experience with diversity.
Submit the following to apply:
A filled out application form
Short biography (300 words or less)
1,500-2,000 words essay addressing this topic:
“We are a nation rich in diversity of all types. Please discuss how this diversity contributes to American life.”
Be a U.S. citizen
Must be a current undergraduate college or university student in an accredited four-year U.S. college or university
Deadline: June 30th, 2020 | Scholarship Value: Up to $2,500
Since 2002, Direct Textbook helps students and their families search more than 30 online bookstores to get the best deals on books. Many families struggle to send their children to school but with Direct Textbook, these families can at least get the best deals on required textbooks.
To apply, complete the application form with a short essay (500 words or less). The essay should address:
“Imagine, in the not too distant future, you’re walking across the stage to receive your college diploma. Which part of your character did you develop the most, and how did it help you achieve success?”
This scholarship is available to current U.S. citizens, who are:
Currently enrolled in an accredited two or four college or university for Fall 2020, with a 2.5 GPA or higher
Deadline: June 1st, 2020 | Scholarship Value: Up to $2,000