Whether you are in middle school, high school, or college, there is free money available to help pay and prepare for postsecondary education, including college, universities, and career/trade schools! Scholarships – which do not have to be repaid – may be based on merit, financial need, or other factors and can make a real difference in helping you manage your education expenses. Deadlines are provided, but please check each website carefully as dates may change.
This scholarship supports college-bound high school juniors who have faced and overcome great obstacles in their lives. National Scholars – who must be involved in co-curricular and community services activities – receive an all-expenses paid trip to Washington, D.C., during the spring of their senior year.
Stop distracted driving, specifically the use of your phone while driving to send texts or messages. Create a video ad, a radio spot, or a design for a billboard ad to encourage safe driving. For the video and radio competition, submissions are due April 1. Billboards are due March 1.
The Anne Ford Scholarship is a $10,000 scholarship ($2,500/year over four years) granted to a graduating high school senior who will be enrolled in a full-time bachelor’s degree program in the fall. Students must have a documented learning disability and/or ADHD.
The award is given to driven and committed pre-collegiate musicians with financial need to help offset the often prohibitively expensive costs of studying classical music at a high level. Funds can be used toward instrument purchases, summer camp tuition, college audition travel expenses, private lessons, or other music-related needs. Award recipients will be announced in two classes (fall and spring) annually.