If you’d prefer not to write essays for your scholarship opportunities, would you consider writing a haiku? These are poems with three lines. The lines have five, seven and five syllables, respectively. The poem needs to be about how this helped you find money for college. Just post it on your Facebook page.
This program awards $500 in no essay scholarship funds each month. You’ll be helping yourself and others alike when you post interesting information, the same way you do on social media sites. Your information will be voted on and then judged. Whoever receives the most votes in one month will win the scholarship. Learn more at their .
This is another simple scholarship. Just enter at the contest and you’ll receive a personal link. Use that link to share the scholarship information through IM, blog, Twitter, Facebook or email. When your friends or family click the link, you will be entered to win $1,000 in no essay scholarships funding. If you win a scholarship, one of your friends will be randomly drawn to get a $500 scholarship of their own. Of course, the website if getting plenty of free advertising, but it’s worth the chance for a $1,000 scholarship.
- This program is no longer being offered.
Deadline is in mid May
The Samsung Techwin America Scholarship is for high school students. To enter applicants must submit a 300 word essay on: How will technology enable the collaboration process in the future?
Essay scholarships for high school seniors 2014
Sponsor: Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation
Eligibility Requirements: “CKSF offers a wide variety of scholarship quizzes throughout the year for U.S. high school, college, and graduate students. We even have some scholarships that parents can win for their children.” CKSF Scholarship Facts: All U.S. high school, college, and graduate students are eligible (parents can compete, too). Scholarship competitions consist of one or more quizzes with topics ranging from general "common knowledge" to specific academic subjects, books, websites, and even movies. Current and upcoming scholarship quizzes will appear in your account once you register. Scores are based on a combination of time and accuracy. Results are always accessible from our homepage. Students with the highest scores at the end of each competition win.
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Deadline is in late March
The Electronic Security Association maintains the Youth Scholarship Program, which will award scholarships to two children of active-duty police officers and firefighters. The first place winner will receive $7,500 to put toward their college education and the second place winner will receive $2,500. Awards are based on a combination of academic achievement, national test scores, extracurricular participation and an essay titled, “What it means to me to have my parent or guardian involved in securing our community.”
NICHE is the new name and will fund a number of scholarships, as well as provide a search service for scholarships. NICHE has continued the $2,000 NO ESSAY contest.
Office of Student Financial Aid
Deadline is in early October
AES Engineering offers scholarships to students to help them pay for their education.
Students will be judged on their essay.