The Elie Wiesel Foundation Prize in Ethics Essay Contest (Deadline 12/8/2014 5PM PST)
Open to registered undergraduate, full-time Juniors and Seniors during the fall 2014 semester.
Students must apply and submit a personal thought-provoking essay that raises questions, singles out issues or are rational arguments for an ethical action. The student will also need a Faculty Sponsor to endorse the quality and authenticity of their essay.
For more information please click on the link above.
- Only 1 entry per person is allowed
- Submit photo, artwork or computer graphic for the front of a greeting card
- Designs should be appropriate for business and consumer use.
- Photo, art or graphics submitted must be your own original work/creation
Gates Millennium Scholars Program (Deadline 1/14/2015)
Annually awards 1,000 good-through-graduation scholarships to African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American, and Hispanic American students who will be first-time college students. Must have a minimum GPA of 3.3 or earned a GED, and be eligibile for the Pell grant. For addtional information or to apply, please visit the Gates Millennium Scholars web site.
Folds of Honor Foundation awards scholarships for dependents of military members killed or injured as the result of active duty service to their country. Standard eligibility requirements are listed on the website.
Students create a profile, and based on that profile are given a list of scholarships that they may individually apply for. Scholarship America also searches fastweb's database of scholarships.
Students create a profile, and based on that profile fastweb does a search of scholarships that the students may individually apply for.
Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation allows students to compete with others for various scholarships by taking quizzes.
This is a scholarship search app available for Apple and Android products. You must purchase the app, download, and install on a compatible device. You are then able to search for scholarships that you can apply for. This app was created by a student dubbed the "million dollar scholar" who applied for 70 scholarships and was awarded 34 of them, totaling 1.3 million. It was enough to pay for his bachelor's degree, master's degree, and doctorate degree plus living expenses.
Students may also want to seek out scholarships and grant opportunities by checking with their local church, employers, civic associations, and other organizations that they, their parents, or other immediate family members may belong to.
Calvary Bible College & Theological Seminary has no relationship with, nor does it endorse or sponsor, any of the sites suggested above or the scholarships that they may offer. These are provided as a convenience and service to assist you with financing your college education.
Before creating a user profile, using any of the above resources, or applying for any of the grants or scholarships offered through the suggested sites above, you should carefully and completely read the terms of service for each site, the scholarship/grant terms, and be aware that many services such as these provide the service free of charge because they may share and/or sell your personal information.