Unigo Scholarship Alert: March 2016
Who says there's no such thing as a pot of gold? Follow the rainbow to these ten March scholarships.
Are you a current or soon-to-be college student who cares deeply about the environment? Write a 500-word essay about how to fix an issue that threatens the nation's natural resources, along with supporting documentation, for a chance at this $500 scholarship. Deadline: March 1.
High school students who create a 30-60-second video explaining the importance of safer teen driving will be eligible for multiple scholarships ranging from $1,000-$15,000. Deadline: March 7.
Will you save the world? Find the cure for cancer? Discover the meaning of life? Make an original digital creation that demonstrates what you want to achieve in your personal or professional life after college. High school seniors and college students are eligible to apply for this $1,000 scholarship. Deadline: March 8.
Students in grades 7 to twelve are eligible for a $1,000, $2,000, or $5,000 scholarship by submitting an essay addressing where we would be if it weren't for the founding fathers. Deadline: March 13.
Are you musical ... besides fruit? Submit an application and 5-minute or longer vocal or instrumental recording of yourself to be considered for multiple scholarships ranging from $300-$5,000. Students must be high school juniors or seniors at the time of application. Deadline: March 14.
3, 2, 1, action! College sophomores or juniors majoring in film or television seeking to advance their education should apply for this $3,500 scholarship. To be considered, submit the required documents along with a personal statement of up to two pages describing how education can help accomplish your goals. Deadline: March 15.
Why is there a "fist" in pacifist? If you're a high school student, write a 1,000-1,250-word essay describing how to peacefully solve an international conflict that threatens U.S. interests to be considered for a $1,250 or $2,500 scholarship. Deadline: March 15.
Can't get your fill of book reports? If you're in 8th to tenth grade, write a 600-1,200-word essay about Ayn Rand's "Anthem" for a chance to win over 200 scholarships ranging from $30-$2,000. Deadline: March 25.
Safely drive yourself to a $1,000 scholarship. To be eligible, college students should write a 750-1,250-word essay about auto safety. Deadline: March 31.
If you were a superhero or villain, how would you use your superpowers? Write an essay of up to 250 words to qualify for this $2,500 scholarship. Students 13 years and older are eligible to apply. Deadline: March 31.
If these scholarships aren't enough, use our Scholarship Match to find scholarships that are perfect for you.