By UnigoIt’s time to party like it’s 1999! Here are 11 new January scholarships to help you celebrate 2017. Good luck!FEATURED: Cappex Easy College Money ScholarshipAward: $1,000 Deadline: Last day of every month. Eligibility: U.S. citizens in high school or college or who plan to enroll within 12 months. How to apply: Sign up on the scholarship provider’s website. That’s it.Direct Textbook “Shine” Photo Essay ContestAward: $500 (six awards) Deadline: 1/16/2017 Eligibility: U.S. citizens who will be enrolled as undergrads or grad students in winter or spring 2017 with a 2.0 or higher GPA. How to apply: Submit an original photo that captures the theme “Shine.”StudentCam Documentary CompetitionAward: $250-$5,000 (multiple awards) Deadline: 1/20/2017 Eligibility: U.S. students in grades 6-12. How to apply: Make a five- to seven-minute video about the most urgent issue for the new president.Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarship ProgramAward: $1,000-$10,000 (multiple awards) Deadline: 1/27/2017 Eligibility: Undergrad or grad students at an accredited four-year university with a major or minor in accounting, business administration, finance, or criminal justice, and a desire to pursue a career in an anti-fraud profession. How to apply: Answer five essay questions.Pre-Health Professions Scholarship ProgramAward: $1,000 (one award), $200 (one award) Deadline: 1/31/2017 Eligibility: U.S. and Canadian undergrad students majoring in a pre-health profession with a 3.0 or higher GPA. How to apply: Submit an essay describing your intended career.Return2College ScholarshipAward: $1,000 Deadline: 1/31/2017 Eligibility: U.S. undergrad or grad students, or those starting college or grad school within the next 12 months, and are 17 or older. How to apply: In three sentences or less, explain why you’re getting a degree.John Joseph McGurk III Memorial ScholarshipAward: $500 Deadline: 1/31/2017 Eligibility: U.S. undergrad and grad students who are studying fields related to alliance-building, counterintelligence, cultural understanding, or national security. How to apply: Submit a 600- to 800-word essay about a national security topic.Ark Law Fresh Start Scholarship ProgramAward: $1,000 Deadline: 1/31/2017 Eligibility: U.S. college students. How to apply: Submit a 500- to 1000-word essay about improving accountability and transparency in the American financial system.ARRL General Fund ScholarshipAward: $2,000 Deadline: 1/31/2017 Eligibility: U.S. and international undergrad and grad students who are licensed radio amateurs. How to apply: Apply online and submit an official transcript.Abrahamson & Uiterwyk Scholarship Essay ContestAward: $1,500 Deadline: 1/31/2017 Eligibility: U.S. citizens 18 or older who are high school seniors or current first-year college students. How to apply: In 500 to 750 words, create a plan for your family to combat distracted driving.I Have a Dream Scholarship 2017Award: $1,500 Deadline: 1/31/2017 Eligibility: U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents ages 13 and older. How to apply: Tell us what you dream about in 250 words or less.