Unigo Scholarship Alert: September
It's that time of year again! Gone are the days of beach parties, road trips, and Netflix marathons. Summer's fading fast, and it's time to get back into the school groove. Welcome the new school year with these nine fun scholarships.
If you know how to cook anything besides Ramen, then you're a cook in our book! College students who major in culinary arts and have a GPA of 2.5 or higher are eligible to apply for this $500-$1,000 scholarship. Deadline: September 1.
"So, what are you planning to do after college?" is the most dreaded question every college student faces. But, if you know the answer, post-grad life will be much easier — and so will this $500 scholarship. All enrolled U.S college students are eligible to apply. Deadline: September 15.
Love science and math and stuff? Over 100 $1,000-$100,000 scholarship are awarded to individuals or teams of high school students who conduct a research project in mathematics, engineering, the biological and physical sciences, or a combination of all four. Deadline: September 22.
Cell phone use while driving leads to 1.6 million crashes each year. If this is news to you, you should check out this $1,000 scholarship and understand the risks of texting while driving. All high school and college students are eligible to apply. Deadline: September 30.
Have a minute? Then use it to fill out this $500 scholarship that will be awarded to four hard-working college students pursuing a degree in the humanities. Deadline: September 30.
Minority students who want to earn a degree in the technical sciences or engineering should check out this $1,000-$10,000 scholarship. If you have your resume handy, this scholarship should be a breeze. Deadline: September 30.
Have a thing for teeth? Well, if you're planning to enroll in a dentistry program or already en root (canal!) then this $500 scholarship is for you! Deadline: September 30.
Take those love poems or rap lyrics that you've been writing during the middle of your history lecture and put them to the test. U.S. high school students are eligible to earn a $100-$500 scholarship by submitting a poem of 20 lines or less. Deadline: September 30.
Have something to say? Here's your chance to shout it out — in 250 words or less. Students 13 years and older can win $1,500 just for sharing what's on their mind. Deadline: September 30.
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