15 March Scholarships Worth $72,000



*Last updated March 2020

➛ Below are 16 scholarships with March deadlines that total $73,000!

Before you go ahead and apply to these scholarships, however, it might be a good idea to read The Complete Guide to Scholarship Hacks first. Good luck! 👊

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ACS Scholars Award – Up to $5,000 – Apply by March 1

The American Chemical Society awards scholarships to underrepresented minority students who want to enter the fields of chemistry or chemistry-related fields. Awards of up to $5,000 are given to qualified students.

Apartment List Scholarship – $500 – Apply by March 1

Finding a scholarship these days may be easier than finding yourself the right home! Answer two short questions for a chance to win $500!

Create-A-Greeting-Card Scholarship Contest – $10,000 – Apply by March 2

Submit original photo, artwork or computer graphics for the front of a greeting card for a chance to win $10,000!

Frame My Future Scholarship – $5,000 – Apply by March 1

Create a digital image that responds to the prompt, “this is how I frame my future.”

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Gathering Friends Scholarship – $1,000 – Apply annually by March 1 

The purpose of Gathering Friends’ “Next Generation” Scholarship is to provide one female high school senior with a scholarship to pay towards their higher education.

Girls Impact the World Film Festival Green IS Award – $2,500 – Apply annually by March 1

Submit a 3-6 minute film on environmental issues for a chance to win this scholarship.

Glenn Miller Scholarship Competition – $3,000 – Apply annually by March 1 

Are you musically talented? Then apply for the Glenn Miller Scholarship Competition! Submit your audition CD and application for a chance to win.

International Bipolar Foundation Annual High School Essay Contest – $1,000 – Apply annually by March 30

To win this scholarship, research and write an essay about a notable figure, past or present, with Bipolar Disorder and tell us how the illness affected their life, encouraged or hindered their success, and what lessons we can take away from their lived experience.

Life Lessons Scholarship Program – $15,000 – Apply annually by March 2

Submit either a 500-word essay OR a 3-minute video discussing how the death of your parent or guardian affected your life financially and emotionally.

The Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance Scholarship – $4,000 – Apply by March 31

If you have a cancer story that you would like to share and possibly win $4,000, then apply to this scholarship. You can submit an essay or a video.

Odenza Marketing Group Scholarship – $500 – Apply by March 30

Odenza awards a $500 scholarship twice a year to students who are working to pursue their dreams. All you have to do is write two short essays (and like their Facebook page) for your chance to win!

Project Yellow Light/Hunter Garner Scholarship – $2,000 – Apply annually by March 1

To win this scholarship, create a design to warn your peers of the dangers of texting and driving.

Sleepopolis Scholarship – $1,000 – Apply by March 31

Create a video answering 3 questions about the World Wide Web and you can win a $1,000 scholarship from Sleepopolis!

SmileTutor Student Scholarship – $2,000 – Apply by March 31

Write an essay about your goals, aspirations, and motivations as a soon-to-be college student. You’ll be grinning ear to ear if you win this scholarship!

Superpower Scholarship – $2,500 – Apply annually by March 3

Unigo is offering a $2,500 Superpower Scholarship for the superhero lovers and villain enthusiasts in all of us. Write a short response explaining which superhero or villain you would change places with and why for a chance at $2,500!

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