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College Scholarship Offers for ALL U.S. and International Students

Scholarships Starting at 5 Years of Age!

Community service and leadership opportunities begin as young as five years of age

Community service and documentation are vital to a majority of colleges and scholarships.

Community Service and Leadership 

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View the list of scholarship and award opportunities.

Action for Nature, January 31, Ages 8 – 16 http://actionfornature.org/ecohero_awards.aspx

Kohl’s Kids Who Care, February 1 – March 15, Ages 6 – 18 http://www.kohlscorporation.com/CommunityRelations/scholarship/index.asp

Jesse Brown Memorial Youth Scholarship, February 27, Ages 21 and younger                                   http://www.dav.org/help-dav/volunteer/jesse-brown-scholarship/

National Caring Award, Jan 1 – March 1, Ages 9 – 99 http://www.caringinstitute.org/caringawards.html

The Do Something Awards, October 1 – March 1, Ages 5 – 25 https://www.dosomething.org

Do Something Scholarships Ages 5-25 https://www.dosomething.org/about/easy-scholarships

Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America Awards, October 1 – March 1, Ages 13 – 18, http://fcclainc.org/programs/  and  http://fcclainc.org/programs/leadership-service-in-action.php

Youth Action Net Award, February 1 – March 8, Ages 18 – 29 http://youthactionnet.org/index.php?fuse=apply

The Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes, January 1 – April 30, Ages 8 – 18 http://www.barronprize.org/how-apply

The Prudential Spirit of Community Award, Sept. 1 – Nov. 3, Grades 5th – 12th http://spirit.prudential.com/view/page

Heroes of the Heart Gee Whiz Kids Award, Sept. 15 – Dec. 1, Ages 5 – 12            https://theheartofamerica.wufoo.com/forms/gee-whiz-kids-award/

Sodexo Foundation Stephen J. Brady STOP Hunger Scholarships, October 5 – December 5,  Ages 5 – 25  http://sodexofoundation.org/hunger_us/scholarships/scholarships.asp

The Heart of America Christopher Reeve Award, Oct. 1 – Dec. 15, Ages 13 – 18 https://theheartofamerica.wufoo.com/forms/the-christopher-reeve-service-award/

Do a Good Deed Contest (weekly), Ongoing (Win a computer!), Ages 5 – 18 http://www.doagooddeed.com/


Award Recognition Certificates Only

The President’s Volunteer Service Award, Ongoing, Ages 5 – 99  http://www.presidentialserviceawards.gov/

The Congressional Award, Ongoing, Ages 14 – 23 http://congressionalaward.org/program/

The Jefferson Awards for Public Service, Ongoing, Grades 9th – 12th http://www.jeffersonawards.org/nominations/

PBS Zoom into Action, Ongoing, Ages 5 – 18 http://pbskids.org/zoom/activities/action/

Disclaimer:  The author and publisher make no representation or warranties to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this offer.  Furthermore, the author and publisher make no representation or warranties that the applicant will obtain financial assistance.  Please view the offer’s offsite homepage for full details.
Certain portions of the Edudaris® content may indicate to you your likelihood of winning a scholarship, gaining admission to a particular college or university, and/or gaining another opportunity posted by the offers. Such services are intended to be for directional purposes only and should not be relied upon exclusively in your college, scholarships, and opportunity search process of the offers on Edudaris®. No representation or warranties are given that the user will obtain financial assistance or be admitted to the college/university/school of their choice. Any advice, methods, recommendations, and tools given verbally, through the videos, and assignments on the Path to Scholarships® courses are solely the opinion of the authors and should not be interpreted as exhaustive.  
Our listing of scholarships is not exhaustive. We encourage students to also look for scholarships at their high school, colleges, community, churches, clubs, scholarship books, Internet search engines, and other scholarship websites. We never promise that a student will win a scholarship, but if they follow the five steps by completing the FREE online Five-Step e-Course they can build a strong foundation to highly increase their chances of winning scholarships. 

What are the Different Types of Scholarships?

Locate scholarships to meet your needs!

There are many different types of scholarships. Some are based only on merit (grades and test scores), leadership, community service, financial need, race, family heritage, and many more. A majority of scholarships are based on a combination of two or more of the above, but most scholarships will also require community service.

There are private scholarships, college-based scholarships, state/federal scholarships, merit-based scholarships, faith-based scholarships, athletic and special talents scholarships, and military scholarships. A majority of private scholarships are merit-based on academic achievement. Scholarships are also available for study abroad and international students.

 
What are Some Academic Qualifiers for Scholarships?
 
  • Grade point average
  • Class rank
  • Test scores
  • Early college acceptance
  • Dual credit college enrollment
  • High school attended
  • Year in school
  • Credits earned
  • College attending
  • College major

 

What are Some Non-Academic Qualifiers for Scholarships?
 
  • Leadership
  • Community service
  • Extracurricular activities
  • Gender
  • Member in an organization
  • Location of residence
  • Religious affiliation
  • Hobbies and interests
  • Medical condition
  • Disability
  • Parent’s workplace
  • Ethnicity and/or country of birth
  • Socio-economic status
  • First generation
  • Marital status/dependents
 
What are Merit-Based Scholarships?
Merit-based scholarships are based solely on academic and personal achievements without regard to financial need. Applying early to the colleges of your choice (August and/or September of your senior year) could greatly improve your odds of receiving a merit-based scholarship. Usually these deadlines are early and the scholarships are limited and awarded on a competitive basis. Students with strong academic records should apply as soon as possible.

Sept. Scholarships Available Now!

Large national scholarships are starting this month! Are you ready? Learn what you need to do to win. There is a five step process that must be followed. Mark your calendar, these opportunities are knocking and preparation should begin NOW!

Path to Scholarships® Workbook guides high school and college students to prepare and win scholarships! It is your personal treasure map!

Complete these five steps to successfully apply to college and for scholarships.

  1. Community Service
  2. Resume
  3. College and Scholarship Essays 
  4. Recommendation Letters
  5. Official Transcript

Major Universities Providing Four Year Full Tuition Undergraduate Merit-Based Scholarships!

Download List of U.S. & International Scholarships & Resources for High School and College Students

Click here for your list.

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High School Student Scholarships  

High School and College Student Scholarships

College Student Scholarships

 

Disclaimer:  The author and publisher make no representation or warranties to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this offer.  Furthermore, the author and publisher make no representation or warranties that the applicant will obtain financial assistance.  Please view the offer’s offsite homepage for full details.
Certain portions of the Edudaris® content may indicate to you your likelihood of winning a scholarship, gaining admission to a particular college or university, and/or gaining another opportunity posted by the offers. Such services are intended to be for directional purposes only and should not be relied upon exclusively in your college, scholarships, and opportunity search process of the offers on Edudaris®. No representation or warranties are given that the user will obtain financial assistance or be admitted to the college/university/school of their choice. Any advice, methods, recommendations, and tools given verbally, through the videos, and assignments on the Path to Scholarships® courses are solely the opinion of the authors and should not be interpreted as exhaustive.  
Our listing of scholarships is not exhaustive. We encourage students to also look for scholarships at their high school, colleges, community, churches, clubs, scholarship books, Internet search engines, and other scholarship websites. We never promise that a student will win a scholarship, but if they follow the five steps by completing the FREE online Five-Step e-Course they can build a strong foundation to highly increase their chances of winning scholarships. 

April Scholarships Available Now!

The last of the large national scholarships ended March 15th, but scholarships are available year round! Are you ready? Learn what you need to do to win. There is a five step process that must be followed. Mark your calendar, these opportunities are knocking and preparation should begin NOW!

Path to Scholarships® Workbook guides high school and college students to prepare and win scholarships! It is your personal treasure map!

Complete these five steps to successfully apply to college and for scholarships.

  1. Community Service
  2. Resume
  3. College and Scholarship Essays 
  4. Recommendation Letters
  5. Official Transcript

Download List of U.S. & International Scholarships & Resources for High School and College Students

Click here for your list.

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 High School Student Scholarships  

High School and College Student Scholarships

College Student Scholarships

Major Universities Providing Four Year Full Tuition Undergraduate Merit-Based Scholarships!  Keep in mind for next year!

Disclaimer:  The author and publisher make no representation or warranties to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this offer.  Furthermore, the author and publisher make no representation or warranties that the applicant will obtain financial assistance.  Please view the offer’s offsite homepage for full details.
Certain portions of the Edudaris® content may indicate to you your likelihood of winning a scholarship, gaining admission to a particular college or university, and/or gaining another opportunity posted by the offers. Such services are intended to be for directional purposes only and should not be relied upon exclusively in your college, scholarships, and opportunity search process of the offers on Edudaris®. No representation or warranties are given that the user will obtain financial assistance or be admitted to the college/university/school of their choice. Any advice, methods, recommendations, and tools given verbally, through the videos, and assignments on the Path to Scholarships® courses are solely the opinion of the authors and should not be interpreted as exhaustive.  
Our listing of scholarships is not exhaustive. We encourage students to also look for scholarships at their high school, colleges, community, churches, clubs, scholarship books, Internet search engines, and other scholarship websites. We never promise that a student will win a scholarship, but if they follow the five steps by completing the FREE online Five-Step e-Course they can build a strong foundation to highly increase their chances of winning scholarships.