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Scholarship Title: The Nargis E. Ragab Scholarship for First Generation Immigrants and the Children of Immigrants

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 1,500
Application Deadline: 2021-07-31 | Award Year: 2021
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Need, Merit | Enrollment: Full Time, Part Time
FAFSA needed: No | minimum GPA: 3.00 | Renewable: No
Eligibility: All students interested in applying for The Nargis Ragab Scholarship for First Generation Immigrants and the Children of Immigrants must meet the following eligibility requirements: Applicants must be currently enrolled in a two-year or four-year degree program at an accredited college or university in the United States. High school seniors who will be graduating on or before the scholarship deadline are also eligible to apply as long as they are enrolled to attend an accredited college or university in the United States in the upcoming fall. Applicants must currently have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

Description: We aim to spread awareness about the very serious immigration issues within the United States. By creating this scholarship and providing students with an opportunity to share their stories, these immigration success stories will serve as a beacon of hope for others. One student will be selected to receive this $1,500 scholarship award.

How to Apply: Email, Send Resume, Other (See Application Instructions below), Online Application (see field below)
Application Instructions: A completed application for this scholarship will include the following elements: A current resume with updated contact and education information. An official or unofficial transcript from your current or most recent academic institution. A 750-1,000 word essay on the scholarship topic below: Discuss how being an immigrant or the child of immigrants has shaped who you are today and what hardships you have had to overcome as a result of being an immigrant or the child of an immigrant in this country. The deadline to apply for the Nargis Ragab Scholarship is July 31, 2021. All applications must be submitted by email to contact@hackinglawpractice.com on or before the deadline to be considered for this award.

Organization:
Jim Hacking
Hacking Law Practice, LLC
10900 Manchester Rd #203,
Kirkwood, Missouri 63122
contact@hackinglawpractice.com
314-961-8200

Scholarship Title: Intimate Rose Scholarship Program

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 1,000
Application Deadline: 2021-01-30 | Award Year: 2021
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Need, Merit | Enrollment: Full Time
FAFSA needed: No | Renewable: No
Residency: egal resident of the United States or hold a valid student visa
Eligibility: Must be a legal resident of the United States or hold a valid student visa Must be currently enrolled in or accepted to a full-time undergraduate or graduate program in an accredited U.S. University, College or School Must be 18 years or older

Description: Here at Intimate Rose, we celebrate students who strive hard for excellence. And we are proud to launch our first scholarship for an outstanding University student. This scholarship will be open to both undergrad and graduate students. The goal of this scholarship program is to provide financial assistance to an outstanding student. The Intimate Rose Scholarship provides a one-time reward of $1000 to pay for tuition, books, computers, room, and board or any education-related expense. There's no GPA requirement and no application forms. This is our way of giving back – supporting individuals who want to pursue their dreams through education.

How to Apply: Email, Other (See Application Instructions below)
Application Instructions: Write a 300-word essay on how as a student can you contribute to women empowerment. Send your entry to scholarships@intimaterose.com, attached Word document file along with the following: Full Name: Address: Phone Number: School Name: Date of Birth: Use the subject line: Intimate Rose $1000 Scholarship.

Organization:
Claire Smith

North Kansas City, Missouri
claire@intimaterose.com

Scholarship Title: The MyUS.com Community Scholarship

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 2,000
Application Deadline: 2020-11-30 | Award Year: 2021
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Need, Merit | Enrollment: Full Time, Part Time
FAFSA needed: No | Renewable: Yes
Eligibility: To apply for the scholarship, the applicant must be a student currently enrolled at an officially recognized, accredited college or university. Students who are not currently enrolled but have been accepted to attend may be eligible if they are registered with the college or university. Eligible students must currently be in good standing with their respective university, college or high school. Students who have been suspended, are on academic probation or have otherwise violated any university/college rules will be disqualified. Applicant must either be accepted to a qualifying university/college or currently enrolled in an undergraduate/graduate program. If the applicant or the applicant's parent/legal guardian is employed by MyUS.com at the time the scholarship is granted, the student will be considered ineligible. Eligibility of finalists will be verified before winners are selected.

Description: As an international shipping company that gives communities around the globe access to US goods, MyUS.com understands the power of connection. By connecting teachers to educational supplies for their classrooms, medical professionals to the latest innovations in healthcare, and countless others to resources they couldn’t otherwise access, MyUS.com helps customers shape the world around them. To qualify for scholarship consideration, eligible students should write a 500-word essay detailing how self-reflection, introspection and community outreach have affected their choices in life, including what to study, which university/college to attend and which career they will pursue after graduation.

How to Apply: Email, Other (See Application Instructions below)
Application Instructions: Write a 500-word essay detailing how self-reflection, introspection and community outreach have affected their choices in life, including what to study, which university/college to attend and which career they will pursue after graduation. To enter, send an email to scholarships@myus.com with the following information: Your essay (attached as a document or included in the body of the email) A photo of yourself (image must feature you alone, without other people) Any additional relevant information you feel will help tell your story Any submissions not received through this email will be disqualified. If you’re having trouble submitting your essay, please contact MyUS.com at applicationhelp@myus.com for assistance.

Organization:
Kyle Olson
4299 Express Lane
Sarasota, Florida 34249
scholarships@myus.com
941-227-4444

Scholarship Title: Upsolve Access to Justice Scholarship

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 2,500
Application Deadline: 2021-03-31 | Award Year: 2021
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Merit | Enrollment: Full Time
FAFSA needed: No | Renewable: No
Eligibility: Must be a current high school senior, a full-time college student, or a graduate student; Must apply via email and provide their name, university or college, major and expected graduation month and year; Must be in good standing with their current or prospective institution;

Description: At Upsolve, we know just how important students are for ensuring a future legal system that’s equitable and accessible. Upsolve itself started as a university project, relying on university professors for mentorship and students for team members. To encourage students to brainstorm ideas for changes they’d like to see, we’ve set up a scholarship. We aim to encourage students to focus on ways they think our society can improve access to justice. We welcome a two-page essay on your ideas for the future by email. The essay that we find most inspiring will receive $2,500, awarded by June 1, 2021.

How to Apply: Email, Other (See Application Instructions below)
Application Instructions: Provide their application (a 500 to 1,000 word essay on your ideas for a more equitable legal system) by March 31, 2021. If you have any questions, please reach out to our scholarship coordinator Ivetty Estepan at ivetty@upsolve.org. To apply, please email scholarships@upsolve.org by March 31, 2021.

Organization:
Ivetty Estepan

150 Court St., 2nd Floor
Brooklyn, New York 11201
ivetty@upsolve.org.

Scholarship Title: Upsolve Access to Justice Scholarship

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 2,500
Application Deadline: 2021-03-31 | Award Year: 2021
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Merit | Enrollment: Full Time
FAFSA needed: No | Renewable: No
Eligibility: Must be a current high school senior, a full-time college student, or a graduate student; Must apply via email and provide their name, university or college, major and expected graduation month and year; Must be in good standing with their current or prospective institution;

Description: At Upsolve, we know just how important students are for ensuring a future legal system that’s equitable and accessible. Upsolve itself started as a university project, relying on university professors for mentorship and students for team members. To encourage students to brainstorm ideas for changes they’d like to see, we’ve set up a scholarship. We aim to encourage students to focus on ways they think our society can improve access to justice. We welcome a two-page essay on your ideas for the future by email. The essay that we find most inspiring will receive $2,500, awarded by June 1, 2021.

How to Apply: Email, Other (See Application Instructions below)
Application Instructions: Provide their application (a 500 to 1,000 word essay on your ideas for a more equitable legal system) by March 31, 2021. If you have any questions, please reach out to our scholarship coordinator Ivetty Estepan at ivetty@upsolve.org. To apply, please email scholarships@upsolve.org by March 31, 2021.

Organization:
Ivetty Estepan

150 Court St., 2nd Floor
Brooklyn, New York 11201
ivetty@upsolve.org.

Scholarship Title: Pet Lover Scholarship

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 1,000
Application Deadline: 2020-12-15 | Award Year: 2021
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Merit | Enrollment: Full Time, Part Time
FAFSA needed: No | Renewable: No
Residency: US citizen or a permanent legal resident
Eligibility: To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at a 4-year, 2-year, vocational, or technical institution in the United States OR a graduating high school senior who has been accepted to a college or university. Applicants must also be a US citizen or a permanent legal resident.

Description: Are you a pet lover? Do you strive to help your pets live their best lives while also doing what you can to positively impact the world? We want to meet you! Application is simple - we want to see a photo of your pet and hear more about them.

How to Apply: Other (See Application Instructions below), Online Application (see field below)
Application Instructions: Application for this scholarship is made simple via Bold.org. 1. Click the link below and create a free Bold.org profile. 2. Submit your favorite pet photo(s), a caption and your Instagram handle. 3. Follow @join.pettable on Instagram and like/comment on your favorite photos.

Organization:
Emily Taylor, Director of Partnerships


emily@pettable.com

Scholarship Title: Test Prep Insight $1,500 Scholarship

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 1,500
Application Deadline: 2020-11-30 | Award Year: 2021
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Need, Merit | Enrollment: Full Time
FAFSA needed: No | minimum GPA: 2.50 | Renewable: No
Residency: Citizen or permanent resident of the US
Eligibility: Applicants must be currently enrolled at or planning to attend a 2-4 year university, community college or graduate school program located in the United States. Candidates must have a medically recognized physical or mental disability. The minimum GPA required for application is 2.5, indicating that all candidates are in good academic standing.

Description: Not only is the Test Prep Insight team focused on providing high-quality, unbiased content about exams such as the MCAT, LSAT and GMAT, but we’re also committed to giving students with disabilities a better chance to achieve their professional goals. Our annual scholarship program allows us to level the financial playing field so that students with disabilities can earn the degree of their dreams. We want this group of students to be able to focus on academics rather than external financial circumstances.

How to Apply: Email, Other (See Application Instructions below), Online Application (see field below)
Application Instructions: To apply, please write a short essay (no longer than 1,000 words) or create a short video (no longer than five minutes) that addresses the following questions: How has your disability made academic achievement difficult? How have you managed to overcome that difficulty to achieve academic success? What is your ultimate goal or dream job? What are the steps you are taking to achieve your goals? How do you plan to give back to the community and/or help future students achieve their academic goals? Try to include as many personal anecdotes and examples as possible so the Scholarship Committee can get to know you on a personal level. To be eligible, please send an email to info@testprepinsight.com with the following information: Full name Current mailing address Phone number Description of your disability The name of your current college or the college you plan to attend Your essay or a link to your video Attach a copy of your latest transcript (high school or college) so the Scholarship Committee can verify GPA Scholarship candidates must submit a complete application via email by no later than November 30, 2020.

Organization:
Debbie Lopez, Test Prep Insight


debbie@testprepinsight.com

Scholarship Title: The Mental Health System Reform Scholarship

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 1,000
Application Deadline: 2021-02-28 | Award Year: 2021
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Need, Merit | Enrollment: Full Time, Part Time
FAFSA needed: No | minimum GPA: 3.00 | Renewable: No
Eligibility: This scholarship is available for students who are currently enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, or law school program within the United States. High school seniors who are graduating and will be enrolled in college before the scholarship deadline are also eligible to submit an essay. Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher for consideration.

Description: As a criminal defense lawyer, Dayne Phillips genuinely cares about the well-being of others and his community. The mental health crisis in the United States has been referred to as “the elephant in the room” because of the significant impact it has on our society and the reluctance of our lawmakers to adequately address these serious issues. If this prevalent issue has not affected you personally, chances are that you know someone who has been affected by the mental health system. To further the conversation on mental health reform, Dayne Phillips is proud to introduce The Mental Health System Reform Scholarship to bring awareness on this topic and to give students an opportunity to voice their opinion on the mental health system and treatment in the United States.

How to Apply: Email, Send Resume, Other (See Application Instructions below), Online Application (see field below)
Application Instructions: In a 750 word essay, please discuss whether you believe that the mental health system in our country can do more to serve the needs of individuals with mental health disorders. Specifically, please explain your opinion and provide reasons in support of your stance. If you believe reform is necessary, outline the steps that should be taken to improve the current system. This scholarship will award one student with one thousand dollars ($1,000) to be used in the pursuit of their educational goals. Applications for The Mental Health System Reform Scholarship must include the following: A current resume An academic transcript (grade sheet) A 750 word essay explaining your opinion on the mental health debate in the U.S. and whether you believe the mental health system is in need of reform. If so, include the steps you believe are necessary to accomplish this reform. To apply for The Mental Health System Reform Scholarship, applicants must submit their complete application including a resume, transcript, and essay by the February 28, 2021 deadline. Applications must be sent to scholarships@sccriminallaws.com.

Organization:
Dayne Phillips
Dayne Phillips Attorney at Law
1614 Taylor St Suite D,
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
scholarships@sccriminallaws.com
803-272-4503

Scholarship Title: Educating Our Youth Scholarship

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 500
Application Deadline: 2021-01-31 | Award Year: 2021
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Need, Merit | Enrollment: Full Time, Part Time
FAFSA needed: No | minimum GPA: 3.00 | Renewable: No
Eligibility: The scholarship program is available to undergraduate, graduate, and law school students, as well as incoming college freshmen, enrolled in an accredited institution in the United States. The candidate must be in good academic standing with at least a 3.0 minimum cumulative GPA.

Description: The Educating Our Youth Scholarship will be awarded to one student who thoughtfully describes the importance of education and explains steps that can be taken to ensure that every child has access to education. Whether you want to pursue a career in education or just feel strongly about this matter, we encourage you to apply for this scholarship and share your thoughts on educational recognition.

How to Apply: Email, Send Resume, Online Application (see field below)
Application Instructions: To apply for this scholarship, please submit: A current resume An academic transcript A 1,000-word essay describing the importance of educating and empowering today’s youth. f you are interested in applying for this scholarship, you must submit your completed application on or before January 31, 2021. All material must be submitted to info@myvacriminallawyer.com.

Organization:
Mary Nerino

3900 Jermantown Rd Suite 300-1
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
info@myvacriminallawyer.com
703-940-1577

Scholarship Title: Medical Assistant Scholarship

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 500
Application Deadline: 2021-03-01 | Award Year: 2021
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Need, Merit | Enrollment: Full Time, Part Time
FAFSA needed: No | minimum GPA: 2.50 | Renewable: Yes
Residency: US citizen
Eligibility: Between 18 years to 40 years of age Hold a US citizenship Pursuing a certification, degree, or course in the Medical Assistance stream Having the documents as the proof of enrollment in the college/school/university from which he/she has opted for the scholarship

Description: FindMedicalAssistantPrograms.org awards Annual Scholarship Fund of $500. The students from the high schools, colleges, and universities are encouraged to write a short 300-400 words essay and submit it our Scholarship Submission Form on our Scholarship Web page before 1st March 2021.

How to Apply: Other (See Application Instructions below), Online Application (see field below)
Application Instructions: Complete online application. Topic for the Essay Why do I want to Become a Medical Assistant? Or Why do I wish to Pursue a Career in Medical Assisting? Reason for a Short Essay Getting a scholarship cannot get more convenient than this as we have found a way to save your precious time and efforts by keeping the essay length short. However, you need to mention all the relevant information briefly so as to improve your chances of receiving the grant. At the same time, spending more time on each scholarship option would leave you exploring fewer opportunities. But, keeping things extremely easy would also make it strenuous for us to sort the applications. The essay must contain a satisfactory answer to why he/she should be chosen over other candidates for the Medical Assistant scholarship on offer. We have made your task simple by listing the things to keep in check while writing the essay. The essay should be between a minimum of 300 words to a maximum of 400 words The writing language should be English, and the candidates must focus on correct grammar and punctuations The data provided in the essay should be accurate and around the topic only Also, mention personal experiences and importance to save money To make sure that any critical part is not left in your piece, you can also provide additional info through audio, video, or pictures separately The last date for submission of the essay would be March 1, 2021, and the result will be declared on March 31, 2021

Organization:
Findmedicalassistantprograms.org

Edition, New Jersey 08820
info@findmedicalassistantprograms.org
385-722-5334

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