By Emily ZeitmanHomework is piling up like leaves, but Thanksgiving break is on its way, and that juicy t(of)urkey is nearly in sight. Another reason to be thankful are seven new scholarships for the first half of November. But, don’t wait! Dig into these scholarships before they’re gobbled up.HubShout Internet Marketing ScholarshipIf you’re interested in online marketing and can eloquently describe your career goals, then this $1,000 scholarship should be easy. Students who have completed at least one year of post-secondary education are eligible to apply. Deadline: Nov. 1.Prudential Spirit of Community AwardCan’t get rid of the philanthropic itch? Good! It can get you a $1,000 or $5,000 scholarship if you send in the required materials, along with an essay describing your community service and leadership activity. Students in fifth through twelfth grades who have completed community service within the last year are eligible to apply. Deadline: Nov. 3.Intel Science Talent Search AwardHigh school seniors planning to pursue careers in STEM have the opportunity to win one of three hundred awards ranging from $1,000 to $150,000. Applicants must submit an original research project along with a few, short essays and other materials. Deadline: Nov. 4.Wholesale Halloween Costumes ScholarshipYour carved pumpkin may not last long, but your photos will … and they can even win you a scholarship! Students 16 years and older are eligible for a $500 scholarship by submitting progression photos of their pumpkin carving. You’ll feel rotten if you miss this opportunity. Deadline: Nov. 4.SaveOnEnergy.com ScholarshipTextbooks are a waste of paper. Am I right? But are digital textbooks that much better? Research which form of textbook is more environmentally responsible and you could win a $1,000 scholarship. Current college students are eligible to apply. Deadline: Nov. 5.I am … Scholarship SlamWho are you? What makes you you? Create a slam poetry piece about yourself for a $1,000 scholarship for college. Students 25 years and younger are eligible to apply. Deadline: Nov. 6.Unigo Education Matters ScholarshipWe’re all about education, and we want to know what you would say to someone who didn’t think education mattered. Students 13 years and older are eligible to apply for this $5,000 scholarship. Deadline: Nov. 30.If these scholarships aren’t enough, check out our Scholarship Directory of over 3 million scholarships, or use our Scholarship Match to get matched to scholarships that are perfect for you.