To be allowed to apply, students must be a member of the Central Arizona Tall Society (C. For nearly 40 years, the Chick and Sophie Major Memorial Duck Calling Contest has awarded high school students who are able to call ducks.
Funding is applicable to any field of learning available at 32 participating colleges.
Check below for a few examples of strange scholarships that have been popular over the last few years. Anyone who’s eager to fight off the living dead should jump at this Zombie Apocalypse Scholarship – if your doomsday bunker has internet, that is.
Amount: $2,000 Looking to extend your research into the realm of the paranormal?
Applicants must be able to exhibit skill in hail, feed, comeback, and mating calls.
For nearly 30 years, the Collegiate Inventors Competition (CIC) has been providing funding for young inventors from more than 180 different countries. Build and submit your invention and you could be one of the next students to be rewarded for their imagination and ingenuity.With the goal of reducing overall student debt, this program provides students with additional funds based on how many other scholarships they have applied for.If you’re able to rack up enough scholarships, you may be able to add this funding in as a nice bonus.This contest is designed to give high school and collegiate-level students the opportunity to flex their creativity and design an original greeting card.All artwork must be original and can include photography and graphic design.In addition to receiving a monetary prize, the national winner of the Doodle 4 Google Scholarship program will also have their artwork exhibited as Google’s daily featured logo design.Applicants will be organized into five groups: K-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9, and 10-12.Applicants should be able to demonstrate artistic skill, creativity, and an ability to communicate the theme of the contest.Looking to reconnect with your Amish roots while also making a bit of money for your schooling?In her position, Abril facilitates and manages ECMC’s award-winning national educator trainings, which provide valuable, free-of-charge lessons in financial literacy and higher education planning to students to students in middle school, high school and college.Abril also manages College Abacus, a free online tool that allows families to calculate and compare personalized financial aid estimates across thousands of U. colleges, and also serves as the writer and co-host of ECMC’s weekly national webinar, Financial Awareness Basics. Ben spends enjoys spending his free time playing the accordion, writing fiction, and napping with his pug, Murphy.