Scholarship Opportunities

10 Words or Less Scholarship: Sponsored by StudentScholarships.org, this scholarship is open to students ages 14–25 who will be attending any school in the US or Canada in the fall of 2022. Applicants can apply through their website by answering why they deserve the scholarship in 10 words or fewer but also must go like their Facebook page, @myscholarshipsAward: $500. Deadline: November 30

Advancement of Women in Sports & Entertainment Scholarship: This award is open to female undergraduate and graduate students who are US citizens and are pursuing Communication Studies, Journalism, Marketing, Public Relations, and Media Studies in the sports or entertainment industry. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 2.75. Award: $1,000; Deadlines: November 17

AED Superstore Scholarship: High school seniors and current college students who are US citizens are eligible for this award. Applicants must find a creative way to raise awareness about CPR in their communities. Award: $1,000; Deadlines: November 30

Bachus & Schanker, LLC Scholarship: This opportunity is open to high school seniors and full-time college students attending a four-year US college or university. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and write an essay about the Seventh Amendment. Award: $2,000; Deadlines: November 30

Bill Walsh Scholarship: Sponsored by the ACES Education Fund, this scholarship is open to college juniors and seniors as well as graduate students who aspire to work in news editing. Although open to students of all nationalities, application materials must be submitted in English. Awards: Up to $3,500; Deadline: November 15

Bob Glahn Scholarship in Statistical Meteorology: Undergraduate students in their first two years of undergraduate study who are enrolled in a Meteorology or Atmospheric Science program and show demonstrated interest in statistical meteorology may apply for this scholarship. Award: $2,500; Deadline: November 14

CollegeXpress Search Is On Scholarship ContestCollegeXpress offers a monthly scholarship contest that only requires applicants to register on CollegeXpress and answer a question that changes month to month. This month’s question is: What’s the most difficult part about searching for scholarships? Award: $2,000 (amount may vary month to month); Deadline: November 30 (always the last day of each month)

Creative Black Womxn to Watch Scholarship: Sponsored by WONGDOODY, this award is for Black women (which includes cis-gender, transgender, non-binary, queer, genderqueer, genderfluid, and in-transition). Applicants must also be at least a rising junior at a US college or university or in their first year of portfolio or graduate school and pursuing a creative-focused career in design, marketing, or advertising. Award: $5,000; Deadline: November 15

Emery Reddy Scholarship: This scholarship is open to students pursuing careers in the legal field who are accepted to or attending an accredited US college or university. Applicants must submit an essay of 500 words or fewer on why they’re interested in the field. Award: $2,500; Deadline: November 30

Dr. Suhyan An Scholarship: This scholarship offers two awards to high school seniors or current college students who are pursuing a medical degree. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and submit an essay of 800 words maximum. Awards: $2,000; Deadline: November 30

HomeLight Scholarship: US high school or college students pursuing interior design, architecture, construction, urban planning, real estate, business, social work, criminal justice, psychology, economics, or sociology can apply for this award. Applicants must submit a short piece of writing answering three posed questions about real estate, home ownership, and homelessness. Award: $1,000; Deadline: November 15

Innovation in Education ScholarshipThis scholarship is available to US and Canadian high school and college students with a minimum 3.0 GPA who have designed an innovative project that makes a difference in the lives of others. Award: $500; Deadline: November 20 (This scholarship is awarded monthly.)

James Alan Cox Foundation for Student Photojournalist Scholarships: These scholarships are open to US citizens who are high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors as well as undergraduate and graduate students at colleges and trade or technical schools. This photojournalism award requires applicants to submit one or more photos or videos with a distinctive theme. Awards: $2,500; Deadline: November 15

Kress Foundation Fellowships: These fellowships are open to pre-doctorate students studying Art, History, or the Classics. Applicants must submit a dissertation summary and research plan proposal with their application. Awards: $30,000; Deadline: November 30

Markforged Distinguished Women Engineers Grant: Female students studying Engineering at top-tier US technical colleges and universities in an undergraduate or graduate program are eligible to apply. Preference is given to applicants demonstrating excellence in cloud computing, material science, industrial design, 3D printing, or manufacturing. Award: $2,355; Deadline: November 19

MyMozaic ScholarshipThis monthly scholarship is open to US citizens ages 13 and older. This is a scholarship sweepstakes and only requires your email to apply. Award: $1,000; Deadline: November 30 (and the last day of every month)

National GEM Consortium Fellowships: Open to students pursuing a master’s or PhD program in Engineering or Applied Science, these fellowships cover full tuition and fees and may also include a living stipend of $16,000 and a paid internship. Applicants must be applying to or attending a school that partners with the National GEM Consortium. Award: Up to full college costs, plus $16,000 living stipend; Deadline: November 15

Packaging Engineering Scholarship: This scholarship is open to college students currently enrolled in a Packaging Engineering program. Applicants must submit two short essays of a minimum of 350 words each as well as proof of an upcoming or completed internship with a medical device packaging firm or related company. Award: $2,000; Deadline: November 12

Peter K. New Scholarship: Sponsored by the Society of Applied Anthropology, this annual competition promotes research in the applied social and behavioral sciences. It’s open to undergraduate and graduate students, and applicants must submit a previously unpublished research paper. Award: $3,000; Deadline: November 30

Rehab 4 Addiction Scholarship: This scholarship is open to high school seniors, undergraduates, and graduate students who are US citizens. Applicants must be pursuing health-related degrees, including but not limited to Counseling, Pre-med, Emergency Medicine, Nursing, Social Work, and Psychology. Award: $1,000; Deadline: November 26

Stop-Painting Scholarship: This scholarship is open to current graduate or executive education students, with preference given to those studying Industrial Organization, Psychology, Supply Chain Management, Lean Organization, Business Organization, Operations Management, or related fields. Applicant must write a minimum 750-word essay on how a visually organized workplace can make a company more productive.  Award: $1,000; Deadline: November 15

UCT Scholarship Program: This scholarship is open to current teachers and college students who are pursuing undergraduate degree or certificate programs that will allow them to work with individuals with disabilities. Award: Up to $2,500; Deadline: November 15

War Veterans Scholarship: This scholarship is open to active duty or honorably discharged US military veterans who were previously deployed abroad. Applicants must be enrolled in a part- or full-time STEM program at a four-year US college or university and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. (Distance-learning/online programs are eligible.) Award: $2,500; Deadline: November 15

WTS Foundation Scholarships: These scholarships are open to female high school, undergraduate, and graduate students pursuing careers in transportation-related fields, including but not limited to civil engineering, mathematics, urban planning, geography, economics, public policy, and logistics. Candidates who are of a minority group are particularly encouraged to apply. Awards: Up to $10,000; Deadline: November 12