Scholarship Saturday: December 12, 2015


Dec   2015



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Featured scholarship

Scholarship: Ways to Watch Scholarship
Amount: $1,000
Due Date: December 15
Details: Brace yourself as you read the following sentence: “Get $1,000 for school by watching TV!” You read that right—win money by watching TV. There must be a catch, right? Okay, so you may have to do a little work, but it’s worth it. To apply for this scholarship, submit a pic of you watching TV in your favorite place and write a short essay about why you chose that particular scenario. You can literally do this scholarship while watching TV (we bet encourages that). While you’re at it, tweet us or leave a comment about what your favorite spot or TV show is!

Upcoming due dates

Scholarship: Scholarship Program
Amount: $1,000-$5,000
Due Date: December 15

Scholarship: Rubincam Youth Award
Amount: $250-$500
Due Date: December 15

Scholarship: Ski Butlers Scholarship Fund
Amount: $2,000
Due Date: January 31

Scholarship: USA University Student Scholarship
Amount: $500-$10,000
Due Date: January 31

Grand Total:

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