The Cameron Impact Scholarship is a four-year, full-tuition, merit-based undergraduate scholarship awarded annually to 10-15 exceptional high school students who have demonstrated excellence in academics, extracurricular activities, leadership, and community service. The Cameron Impact Scholar is unique among their high-achieving peers in their desire to make an impact on their communities and in the world at large. Our Scholar aspires to contribute to positive forces for change and plans to tailor their education to that end. The Cameron Impact Scholarship covers the full tuition, fees, and books at any accredited U.S. based college or university that the recipient chooses to attend.
As a merit-based program, the Cameron Impact Scholarship is open to all applicants who meet the GPA and citizenship requirements, regardless of race, socioeconomic status, religion, sexual orientation or any other background factors. We are looking for young leaders with demonstrated passion and commitment to any variety of positive impact.
There are countless ways to make a positive impact in many professional careers. The Cameron Impact Scholar has both the ability and the intent to make real, tangible contributions in their lifelong dedication to the greater good. The Foundation will allocate approximately 25%, or a quarter of the scholarships to individuals pursuing careers in education, nonprofits, government, and/or military and have a stated professional goal of public service.
Eligibility for the Cameron Impact Scholarship is based on the following criteria:
(1) Maintain a minimum, cumulative, unweighted GPA of a 3.7/4.0 scale or equivalent in their high school studies;
(2) Be a full citizen of the United States of America;
(3) Be in the high school graduating Class of 2022, planning to enroll in a full-time course of study towards a degree at an accredited four-year U.S. college or university for the full academic year following high school graduation
(4) Show proven excellence in extracurricular activities, be motivated leaders with a strong work ethic, demonstrate active participation in community service and/or civic minded arenas; and
Submit the following three components by the Application Deadline:
(*) Online Application;
* Two required Letters of Recommendation; and
(*) Transcript certifying academic performance.
IMPORTANT: Applicants are strongly advised to submit their application well in advance of the final deadline. The Foundation assumes no responsibility for an applicant’s technical submission issues encountered on the final due date.
Recommendations and Transcript may be uploaded directly within the Application when prompted, OR e-mailed directly to the Foundation at email@example.com. Please submit only two Recommendation letters.
PLEASE NOTE THAT INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE REVIEWED OR CONSIDERED.
Applicants may not be related to, or have pre-existing relationships to any members of the Bryan Cameron Education Foundation staff, Board of Directors, or Selection Committee. The Foundation is committed to a policy against discrimination based on gender, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Phase I of The Gates Scholarship application is due Wednesday, September 15, 2021, 5:00PM PT. Phase I of the application will take you only 30-45 minutes to complete and does not require essays or recommendations.
The Gates Scholarship (TGS) is a highly selective, last-dollar scholarship for outstanding, minority, high school seniors from low-income households. Each year, the scholarship is awarded to 300 of these student leaders, with the intent of helping them realize their maximum potential.
Scholars will receive funding for the full cost of attendance* that is not already covered by other financial aid and the expected family contribution, as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), or the methodology used by a Scholar’s college or university.
*Cost of attendance includes tuition, fees, room, board, books, and transportation, and may include other personal costs.
To apply, students must be:
A high school senior
From at least one of the following ethnicities: African-American, American Indian/Alaska Native*, Asian & Pacific Islander American, and/or Hispanic American
A US citizen, national, or permanent resident
In good academic standing with a minimum cumulative weighted GPA of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent)
Additionally, a student must plan to enroll full-time, in a four-year degree program, at a US accredited, not-for-profit, private or public college or university.
*For American Indian/Alaska Native, proof of tribal enrollment will be required.
An outstanding academic record in high school (in the top 10% of his/her graduating class)
Demonstrated leadership ability (e.g., as shown through participation in community service, extracurricular, or other activities)
Exceptional personal success skills (e.g., emotional maturity, motivation, perseverance, etc
If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details.
"Be The Boss Scholarship "
Female Scholarship Only
Look, guys. This is business; nothing personal.
Let’s talk numbers -- just the cold, hard facts.
Did you know… Female founders outperform their male peers?
Have you heard… Female CEOs in the Fortune 1000 drive three times the returns as S&P 500 enterprises run predominantly by men?
Unbelievably… Only 18 percent of all startups have a female founder, and when talking Series A, only 10 percent are female-led. In fact, of the $114 billion in funding given to these startups, only 6 percent of it makes its way to a female-founded startup.
And did you know… Women-owned businesses added 340,000 new jobs between 2007 and 2015 while men-owned businesses cut 1.2 million?
How about this one… Among the most successful companies, men begin their businesses with six times as much capital as women do!
And have you read… Less than five percent of VC dollars go to women-led businesses?
Well, we have, and we believe them to be true. That’s why we’re eager to offer a scholarship exclusively for women who want to execute on their business ideas.
Who is eligible? Any female high-school or college student, who wants to start her own online business.
How much is each scholarship worth? $2000.
How many scholarships are you giving away? Two scholarships per year.
How will I know if I won? Either way, win or don’t win, we‘ll notify all applicants via email on the announcement dates (see above).
"Horatio Alger Career & Technical Scholarship "
(500 schoalrships at up to $2,500 each)
The Career & Technical Scholarship Program is funded through the generosity of Horatio Alger Association Members, Jim F. Dicke II and Dennis Washington. Scholarships are awarded to students who have faced and overcome great obstacles in their lives who wish to pursue a career or technical education at an accredited non-profit post-secondary institution in the United States.
- Have completed high school (or earned a high school equivalency credential)
- Enrolled in eligible program in Fall 2021
- Exhibit a strong commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical program (up to 2 years) at an accredited non-profit post-secondary institution in the United States
- Demonstrated critical financial need (must be eligible to receive the Federal Pell grant as determined by completion of the FAFSA)
- Demonstrated perseverance in overcoming adversity
- Be under the age of 30
- Be a United States citizen
Funds may be used for tuition, fees, books and supplies. All scholarship funds are paid directly to the institution on behalf of the recipient.
The CTE application is now open with a priority deadline of July 15 (applications will continue to be awarded on a rolling basis until all awards have been claimed).
"Innovation In Education Scholarship "
At LA Tutors 123, we believe that it’s more than just the grades that make a great well-rounded student. Each one of you is creative in his or her own way: some of you blog; others curate documentary photography on Instagram; still others find imaginative ways to solve problems in their public and private lives. Creativity is the air each one of us breathes, but sometimes we get so concerned with grades that we forget that imagination is our natural problem solver.
One way to showcase your creativity is to innovate either by solving a problem, by designing something that helps others solve problems, or by enhancing our relationship with whatever matters to us. Innovation is what brings our technical skills and our hopes together in unique ways.
It also provides opportunities for gaining real-working experience in a chosen field, and gives students the chance to connect with adults outside their circle who might be able to help students get into their top choice college or get an internship. In the end, innovation makes people look at the bigger picture, which is the best preparation for college and for life.
We at LA Tutors are passionate about sparking the creative genius in students and would love to commend those outstanding students who have a made a difference in the lives of others in some innovative or technological fashion. In order to achieve this, we have established a scholarship for students who meet certain criteria
Must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 (or the equivalent).
Must have designed an innovative project that makes a difference in the lives of others (This could be a website, series of blogs, an app, fundraising event, etc.)
Must submit an essay describing the goal of the particular project and provide supporting documentation. There is no minimum or maximum word/page count.
"Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest "
(Top Prize: $10,000; Second Prizes (3): $2,500; Third Prizes (5): $500)
Open to all 12th grade, college undergraduate, and graduate students worldwide
Select one of the following topics:
1. n Atlas Shrugged, the society’s leaders enact a series of laws and directives (the Equalization of Opportunity Bill, Mouch’s directives about the railroads of Colorado, Directive 10-289, etc.) that exercise increasingly arbitrary power. Describe one example of a major recent government policy decision in your country that resembles one of the edicts in Atlas Shrugged. How has this decision been justified by today’s leaders, and how do their claims resemble those given in Atlas Shrugged? In light of the story, what do you think Ayn Rand would expect to be the consequences of the policy you’ve described? Do you agree with her? Explain your answers.
2. Francisco d’Anconia presents himself as a playboy who has abandoned serious concern for his family’s business. But early in the story Dagny realizes that Francisco’s public persona does not fit with the man she knows. Compare Francisco to another major figure in film, TV, or literature who adopts a similar double life to accomplish his purposes. How is he similar? How, in terms of his motives and methods, is he different? What kind of purpose could make the price of leading a double life like this worth paying? Explain your answers.
3.fter quitting her job, Dagny thinks this to herself: “It is not proper for man’s life to be a circle . . . or a string of circles dropping off like zeros behind him—man’s life must be a straight line of motion from goal to farther goal, each leading to the next and to a single growing sum, like a journey down the track of a railroad, from station to station to—oh, stop it!” How do Dagny’s thoughts here relate to the wider dilemma she faces at this point in the story? How does her dilemma relate to the wider themes of the novel? Explain your answers.
"Home Depot Foundation's Path to Pro Scholarship "
The Home Depot Foundation works to improve the homes and lives of U.S. veterans, train skilled tradespeople to fill the labor gap and support communities impacted by natural disasters. The Foundation has pledged to invest $50 million in training the next generation of skilled tradespeople and bridging the opportunity gap through its Path to Pro program.
We want to help create the next generation of skilled trade leaders by providing scholarships to further your education.
To be considered, you must:
- Be a high school senior, high school graduate or have a GED equivalent.
- Plan to enroll, or be enrolled, in an approved trade-related program at an accredited two-year school (technical/vocational school or college) in the United State Plan to enroll, or be enrolled, in an approved trade-related program at an accredited two-year school (technical/vocational school or college) in the United State.
- Not be an employee or dependent of an employee of the The Home Depot. Employees of The Home Depot and their dependents are eligible to apply for a scholarship from The Homer Fund.
- Focused on Carpentry, Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing or Construction Management
If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details.
"Shout It Out Scholarship "
Have something on your mind? Let it out, or better yet SHOUT it out. Give your thoughts a voice and earn free college money at the same time.
Our Shout It Out Scholarship committee wants to know what you have to say. Whether it's a message for the world or just a quick "hi mom," this is your opportunity to speak up and win money for college. We're listening! Let your keyboard be your megaphone, and shout out your message. This unique scholarship gives you the platform to speak up - and cash in.
The "loudest" applicant will receive the $1,500 Shout It Out Scholarship reward.
This award is for U.S. students.| Must be a legal U.S. resident.| Must be a resident of one of the 50 United States or the District of Columbia.| Must be 14 years of age or older at time of application.
Submit an Online rresponse to the question:
"If you could say one thing to the entire world at once, what would it be and why?" (250 words or less)
"Courage To Grow Scholarship "
You must be a junior or senior in high school or college student with a minimum GPA of 2.5 or better. U.S. citizens only please.
Please explain in 250 words or less why you believe that you should be awarded this scholarship:
"Don't Text and Drive Scholarship "
($1000.00 Award scholarship)
Do you know how far you will drive on the freeway if you take your eyes off the road for five seconds, the average time it takes to send a text? An entire football field. According to the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, texting while driving makes drivers 23 times more likely to get into a "safety-critical event." The purpose of this scholarship is to help you understand the risks of texting while driving. For more information on texting while driving, please see these articles
Who can Apply:
You must be a high school freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior or a current or entering college or graduate school student of any level. Home schooled students are also eligible. There is no age limit. You must also be a U.S. citizen or legal resident.
How to apply:
Complete the application form below including a 140-character message about texting while driving. The top 10 applications will be selected as finalists. The finalists will be asked to write a full length 500- to 1,000-word essay about texting while driving.
How winners are selected:
We'll select the 10 finalists based on the content of the 140-character message. The winner will be selected based on the content and creativity of the 500- to 1,000-word essay.
The $25,000 "Be Bold" Scholarship is a no-essay scholarship that will be awarded to the applicant with the boldest profile. It takes less than 2 minutes to apply
To us, boldest does not mean "best", or "most accomplished". Being bold means being:
1) Earnest 2) Determined 3) Moving
The scholarship will be awarded to the student whose profile is most bold, according to these characteristics. Furthermore, this scholarship will be similar to the many easy scholarships
available on Bold.org in that it will favor students who apply earlier—who are bold and seize the day without procrastinating. While the scholarship will be awarded on November 30, 2021, the scholarship will have rolling monthly application deadlines. Students applying within earlier application windows will have a greater chance of winning the award.
To be eligible for the scholarship a student must:
Be in Grade 12 and plan on enrolling in college by the fall of 2022
Have a GPA of at least 2.5.
Students at any education level, school, field of study, and GPA will be considered.
The $2,000 Nitro Scholarship Sweepstakes is only open to legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia, age 17 or older at the time of entry, and who meet one (1) of the five (4) following eligibility requirements at the time of entry
1. a parent who currently has a child enrolled in an accredited college or university located within the United States;
2.a student who is currently enrolled in an accredited college or university located within the United States;
3. a parent who currently has a child enrolled as a high school senior located within the United States;
4. a student who is currently enrolled as a high school senior located with the United States;
5. a student or a parent whose child has graduated from an accredited undergraduate school (a “School) and who is currently paying back a student or parent loan for his/her/child’s educational expenses for such School (“Entrant”).
"Rule the School Scholarship Contest"
Since 1995, our mission has been to help connect students with the right schools for them. Carnegie Dartlet, the organization that houses CollegeXpress, is an educational publisher and higher education marketing agency. Every year, thousands of students across the United States and around the world discover their colleges using our websites, magazines, and services.
To be eligible for the Rule the School Scholarship you:
1.Must be 13 years of age or older and a legal resident of the 50 U.S. or D.C.
2. Must be currently attending high school, college, vocational, or any other accredited post-secondary institution
"$2,000" No Essay" College Scholasrhip"
All high school and college students, as well as anyone looking to attend college or graduate school in the next year. Not everyone is eligible for this scholarship. Read the scholarship rules
The $2,000 “No Essay” Scholarship is an easy scholarship with no essay required! The scholarship can be used to cover tuition, housing, books, or any education-related expenses. The monthly winner will be determined by random drawing and then contacted directly and announced in Niche's e-newsletter and on the Scholarship Winners
page. You can apply once each month, with a new winner selected every month.
"The $1,000 SuperCollege Scholasrhip"
The SuperCollege Scholarship is our way to give back to help you make college affordable. It's open to all students -- high school, college, grad or adult -- who are currently in college or plan to start. You can use the scholarship to pay for tuition, books, computers, room and board or any education-related expense. To apply, complete the online application form. All winners will be selected based on completeness of application. Incomplete entries are automatically disqualified.
This scholarship contest is open to any current high school senior, college student, graduate school student or returning adult student who will enroll in a college or university. Applicants must be permanent residents of the United States. Employees, officers, and directors of SuperCollege (Sponsor) and its related companies and agents, and members of the immediate family and household of each are not eligible. All federal, state and local laws and regulations apply. By participating in the scholarship contest, entrant fully and unconditionally agrees to and accepts these Official Rules and the decisions of Sponsor, which are final and binding. Void outside of the U.S. and where prohibited by law.
ONE winner will be selected from completed entries by random selection from all qualifying applications. The potential winner will be notified by e-mail, regular U.S. postal mail, or by overnight carrier within approximately seven (7) business days of the selection. Potential winners must comply with all terms and conditions of these Official Rules and winning is contingent upon fulfilling all requirements listed.
The scholarship monies will be paid directly to the winner upon verification that the winner applied. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received. ALL FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL TAXES, AND ANY OTHER COSTS AND EXPENSES, ASSOCIATED WITH THE RECEIPT OR USE OF THE PRIZE ARE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE WINNER. Prize is awarded WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, express or implied, without limitation. If the winner chooses not to accept his/her prize, an alternate winner may be chosen. The award will be paid in one lump sum to the winner of the scholarship.
All winner information will be posted on the SuperCollege Website. For questions please contact SuperCollege at: SuperCollege Scholarship, 2713 Newlands Ave., Belmont, CA 94002.
"John F. Kennedy 2021 Profile in Courage Essay Contest"
First-place: $10,000 Second-place: $3,000 Five Finalists: $1,000 each Eight Semi-finalists: $100 each
In Profiles in Courage
, John F. Kennedy recounted the stories of eight U.S. senators who risked their careers to do what was right for the nation. These leaders demonstrated political courage by taking a stand for the public good in spite of pressure by interest groups, their political party, or even their constituents. The Profile in Courage Essay Contest challenges students to write an original and creative essay that demonstrates an understanding of political courage as described by John F. Kennedy in Profiles in Courage
The maximum word count is 1,000 with a minimum of 700, not including citations and bibliography. Use at least five varied sources such as government documents, letters, newspaper articles, books, and/or personal interviews.
All submissions must adhere to contest requirements.
The contest is open to United States high school students in grades nine through twelve attending public, private, parochial, or home schools; U.S. students under the age of twenty enrolled in a high school correspondence/GED program in any of the fifty states, the District of Columbia, or the U.S. territories; and U.S. citizens attending schools overseas. Past winners and finalists are not eligible to participate. Employees of John Hancock Financial Services and members of their families are not eligible to participate.
Students have the choice of either submitting their essay online (preferred) or of mailing their essay. All students must complete and submit a registration form online for student and school information. For instructions on how to submit your essay, see Registration and Submission
Mailed in essays for the 2020 contest must be postmarked by January 12, 2022.
If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details.