The Mesothelioma Memorial Scholarship is created to honor the people who have have died from mesothelioma due to exposure to asbestos, as well as the thousands of patients who are newly diagnosed with the disease ever year. This scholarship awards $500 financial assistance to the qualified scholars.
This scholarship can be applied by students who are currently enrolled in college degree program or vocational and technical courses. The Mesothelioma Memorial Scholarship is likewise open for those who plan to enroll in any educational institution in the United States such as ministry training and job skills training programs.
This scholarship can only be applied and completed online. To apply, simply complete the application form here and the essay questions on the latter part. This scholarship is offered four times a year and observes the following cut-off or deadlines: August 15, November 15, February 15 and May 15.
Are you dreaming to be a magician or a wizard? Do you believe in magic and simply adore Harry Potter? Well, this is your chance to follow that dream because there is one contest that will give you a chance to study in an online wizardry school for free.
The contest is sponsored by the Grey School of Wizardry, an online training school about magic and wizardry. This is an essay contest wherein the winners will be awarded one year level of scholarship towards the Grey School of Wizardry and will also receive a copy of A Wizard’s Bestiary by Oberon Zell-Ravenheart and Grey School ‘s very own Ash “LeopardDancer” DeKirk as well as a powerful Wand from Willowroot Real Magic Wands aligned with their element.
The wizardry school is of course not an accredited online institution as this is just an online training school for those who believes in magic (which shrouded by uncertainties because only few people believes in this discipline). But to those who simply believe in magic, you could check this scholarship. This is open to 18 years old and above and available worldwide.
Interested participants need to submit a 400 to 500 words essay about “What is the Most Astounding Magical Beast?” This must be typewritten and be faxed to 707-795-9210 or be submitted online via firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for submission is on December 30, 2007. Winners will eb announced on January 15, 2008.
For the contest rule, please visit this page.
Looking for a scholarship that can help you raise the money you need to pay for your college education? Check out the Car Donors Scholarship from CarDonors.com. This scholarship awards one $500 scholarship every three months and does not require you to submit any document during the application period.
Incoming college freshmen and currently enrolled college in any accredited college or university in the United States may apply for the Car Donors Scholarship as long as they have a 3.0 GPA. And of course, aside from a good GPA, applicants must not have been under any academic probation or suspension. Home schooled students are also welcome to apply in this scholarship.
The Car Donors Scholarship can be only applied online in any of the following cut-off dates: May 31, August 31, December 31 and March 15th. Click here to start your application and for more details about the Car Donors Scholarship visit the Scholarship FAQ page.
The University of Illinois at Springfield has approximately 100 available scholarships every academic year. Incoming college freshmen who wish to enroll at this university may start applying by December.
Some of the UIS scholarships are the Joe Wilkins Scholarship, the Grace Brorstrom Oakley Scholarship, the Lee Frost-Kumpf Scholarship and the Don Stanhope Scholarship. The Joe Wilkins Scholarship is intended for undergraduate or graduate UIS students who enrolled in the College of Business and Management.
The Grace Brorstrom Oakley Scholarship is a $1000 scholarship assistance for continuing part-time or full-time undergraduate students enrolled in an online degree program at UIS who are achieving well academically. Students who will apply for this scholarship must only be enrolled in online courses at a distance. Likewise, this scholarship program gives preference to single mothers who returned to higher education.
The Lee Frost-Kumpf Scholarship is the scholarship program of UIS for their eligible students who are taking up a master’s degree in political studies or public administration. On the other hand, the Don Stanhope Scholarship is for those students who are taking a degree in accounting. This scholarship is renewable for up to three years but requires a 3.3 minimum GPA. The deadline for application for University of Illinois at Springfield scholarships is on March 1.
There is a scholarship contest from Carland Academy that will award a full scholarship for certificate programs in entrepreneurship and advanced programs in entrepreneurship. . Each full scholarship is composed of a six-month online program in entrepreneurship.
And because the Carland Academy offers online entrepreneurship courses, the scholarship contest is open to all students and life-long learners all over the world. T o join, simply write an essay that is around 250 words explaining why you would like to learn how to become an entrepreneur.
Simply isn’t it? So what are you waiting for? The deadline for essay submission is on October 8, 2007 and winner will be announced on October 15, 2007. Essay entries may be mailed to Carland Academy, Post Office Box 2280, Highlands, NC 28741 or send via email at susie @ CarlandAcademy.com
For scholarship contest details, please click here.
Walden University, which is one of the most reputable online universities that we have nowadays, offers more need-based scholarship programs for deserving online graduate students.
Aside from its Doctoral Studies Scholarship, they are now expanding their scholarship assistance to online students who are taking up Walden’s master’s programs and post-doctoral program. They now have The Walden University Master’s Studies Scholarship and the Walden University Post-Doctoral Studies Scholarship.
The University Master’s Studies Scholarship is a need-based renewable scholarship that provides $2,000 per award year to qualified scholars who will be taking up Walden online programs such as Master of Public Administration, Master of Public Health, M.S. in Mental Health Counseling, M.S. in Psychology, or M.S. degree in Nursing programs.
On the other hand, the Walden University Post-Doctoral Studies Scholarship will provide $2,000 per award year for new Post-Doctoral Certificate in Psychology students who meet the required financial need criteria. This scholarship is also renewable as long as the scholars maintain their eligibility and the funds are available.
The submission deadline for these need-based scholarships is on August 28, 2007 for the September 4, 2007 term. For more details about these scholarships, click here or you can call Walden University Online at 866-492-5336.
The Woman’s World Magazine in partnership with eLearners has an ongoing scholarship contest that is especially created for women who want to continue their college studying though online education. This contest is open for all women who are at least 21 years old and are interested in or are currently enrolled part-time in any accredited online educational institution.
To join, applicants need to submit a maximum of 1500-word essay explaining why a degree is important to them, their career goals and any personal challenges they may be trying to overcome for them to pursue their degree.
The winner will be chosen according to the strength of the written essay as determined by the eLearners.com who is serving as the scholarship committee. The prize at stake for this scholarship contest is $1500. The scholarship form and the essay should be submitted online. The last day of submission is on October 4, 2007at 5:00 P.M. EST.
Medical Interpreting and Translating Institute Online or MITIO, an institution that provides online delivery of medical interpreting and translating education announced their online scholarship program for their students who are working in facilities with predominantly Hispanic patients. The scholarship program aims to offer training to bilingual individuals at a low cost.
The scholarship program enable the students to study interpreter’s professional code of ethics, interpreting procedures and protocol, as well as medical terminology, medical procedures, and translating guidelines online at a very affordable cost of $250.
Capella University who had significant numbers of students from military through its Spirit of Capella Scholarships For Injured Service Members has recently awarded five $10000 scholarships to military personnel who are wounded in Iraqi Operation.
The lucky recipients of these scholarships were Major Patrick Beyer of Berlin, Wisconsin; Ronald Cross of Westminster, Colorado; Sergeant Cherie Davis-Keeter of Attleboro, Massachusetts; First Sergeant Michael Martin of West Long Branch, New Jersey; and Lieutenant Colonel Patrick D. O’Farrell of Bettendorf, Iowa.
The scholars could use their scholarships over next eight quarters from any branch of the U.S. military who have a Rating Decision memo of 20 percent disability or higher from the Veterans Administration as a consequence of being wounded in Operation Enduring Freedom or Operation Iraqi Freedom.
New PhD and Ed.D students of Walden University can now apply for the Walden Doctoral Studies Scholarship, a need based and renewable scholarship intended to help those doctoral students that are in need of financial assistance to support their online doctoral study.
The university will award 100 scholarships for up to $10000 each student that will be disburse equally through out the three terms in the student’s financial aid award year. To be eligible for the above scholarship, you need to be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen, a newly accepted full-time enrolled doctoral student in Walden with program starting in February or March 2007.
And because this is a need based scholarship, you cannot apply to this program without completing FAFSA application and receiving a Student Aid Report. Your expected family contribution should not exceed $1800 as reflected on your 2006–2007 FAFSA. The program is likewise a first come first serve basis so, if you think you are eligible for this scholarship offer, then your should apply as early as possible.