SoundOut is giving away two (2) $1000 scholarships to the winners of their social media essay competition.
The essay requires you formulate a social media campaign for a company. It can be your local mom-and-pop grocery store around the corner, a Fortune 500 company or an intriguing start-up you just read about. Any business is fair game as long as they are an actual company.
Scholarship essays should be between 1000 and 2000 words and thoroughly cover every aspect of the proposed social media campaign.
This scholarship is open to high school seniors, college undergraduate and graduate-level students. The competition is open to students of all majors attending a college, university, technical or trade school located in the United States or Canada.. Students must be a United States or Canadian citizen or hold a current student visa. Only one essay per applicant will be considered.
The application deadline for entry is January 15, 2015.
Visit soundout.net/social-media-scholarship/ for more information.
Best Price Nutrition is offering one student a $1,000 paid scholarship.
To apply, fill out this survey which has questions related to your health and fitness goals in life. Also answer the last essay question in the survey with 750 words or less.
Scholarship Payment Details: All scholarships given by Best Price Nutrition are awarded annually in January. The first being in January 2015. The scholarship payout will occur in August 2015 and will be issued in one installment of $1,000.00 U.S. Dollars.
Visit www.bestpricenutrition.com/scholarship for more information.
Frontier Internet is offering a scholarship award of $2,000.
In order to qualify students must:
- Write a 600-900 word essay from one of two topics-
“How is digital learning, through the internet and new technologies, changing education?”
“What have you personally experienced that supports your opinion?”
Students can find more information about the Frontier Internet Scholarship and apply here: internet.frontier.com/internet-scholarship.html
The scholarship deadline is November 16th, so there is still plenty of time for students to submit their application.
Rules: 800 to 1,000 word essay: Elaborate on the difficulties of paying your way through education. Delve into how you personally manage financial limitations and describe what the work-school balance has taught you about personal character and financial responsibility.
Eligibility: The EApplicants Scholarship Program is open to any student who:
Is a full-time or part-time student attending an accredited U.S. educational institution (including, but not limited to, college, university or trade school, or similarly accredited program) with a current cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher at that institution
- Has worked an average of at least fifteen (15) hours for each of the previous month prior to applying
- Is at least eighteen (18) years of age or older at the time of applying
- Is a legal resident of the United States of America
Deadline: May 1, 2015. Awards will be issued by May 15, 2015.
Visit www.eapplicants.com/eapplicants-scholarship-program for more information.
TOPIC: How Would You Solve the U.S. Skilled Labor Crisis?
“Many are now claiming that the lack of skilled labor in the U.S. is reaching crisis level. Research this problem, and submit a video and essay suggesting solutions.”
STEP 1: Create a video entry about our topic, and write a 500 word essay explaining your arguments.
STEP 2: Submit both through their website and link to their video entry to their Facebook or Twitter page
STEP 3: Get Attention! Gather [LIKES] [VIEWS] [SHARES]
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: December 15, 2014.
Visit www.emergencylights.net/emergencylights-net-scholarship/ for more information.
The attorneys at the Atlanta law firm of Boling Rice, LLC value helping people who show promise and initiative, and for this purpose are pleased to be offering a $1,000 yearly scholarship to help students meet their financial needs.
The application process entails writing and submitting a 500+ word essay on the following topic:
Distracted driving has become an increasing problem in the United States, and the growing popularity and availability of smartphones is often cited as a significant factor in this increase. While many states have imposed limitations on the way that drivers may use personal electronic devices, the effectiveness of these laws is not yet clear. What changes or new measures could be adopted in order to reduce the risk that cellphone use poses to other motorists, pedestrians, or bicyclists?
Essays should be received by January 15, 2015
Visit www.bolingriceatlanta.com/scholarship/ for more information.