By tamaraWho knew that when Punxsutawney Phil declared there would be another six weeks of winter that most of the East Coast would be buried under mountains of snow? Enough already! Luckily, college financial aid doesn’t keep the same time table as our famous groundhog friend. Regardless of the temperature outside, there are always some scholarships available to help warm up your student bank account — like these fun March scholarships just waiting to spring into action. A Nurse I Am Scholarship Cherokee Uniforms sponsors this $2,000 scholarship essay contest. Students must be currently enrolled or plan to enroll in an eligible nursing program. A total of 10 awards will be offered. Deadline: March 1. ACS Scholars Program Minority high school seniors and undergraduate students may be eligible to win up to $5,000 through this scholarship program. Students must major in a field related to chemical sciences or chemical technology and must also have a 3.0 GPA or higher. Deadline: March 1. Chegg Monthly Scholarship This new monthly $1,000 scholarship is open to U.S. high school students. Students must simply submit a short response to the following prompt: “We want to know what part of college you’re most looking forward to (and where you want to go to college).” Deadline: March 2. AMA Minority Scholars Award The American Medical Association provides several $10,000 scholarships to minority medical school students who are currently enrolled. Deadline: March 6. TeenDrive365 Video Challenge High school students may win up to $15,000 through this video contest. Videos must demonstrate the importance of safe teen driving and be no longer than 90 seconds in length. A total of three scholarships are available. Deadline: March 16. Superpower Scholarship This $2,500 scholarship will be awarded to the student (13 or older) who best responds to the following prompt: “Which superhero or villain would you want to change places with for a day and why?” Essays must be 250 words or less. Deadline: March 31. Unigo $10,000 Scholarship Labels are great for canned food, but not for people. That’s why Unigo.com is sponsoring its $10,000 Resist the IST: Defy Stereotypes Scholarship and encouraging students (14 and older) to explain how they have dealt with racism, ageism, and other types of discrimination. There are a total of two scholarships available. Deadline: March 31. Looking for other March scholarships? Register for a free ScholarshipExperts.com account today and start applying!