High School Senior

Scholarships

  • Protected: Military Commanders’ Scholarship Fund

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  • Good Life’s Community Scholarship

    Good Life’s Community Scholarship

    Amount: $2,500. About: Administered by The University Network (TUN.com), Good Life’s Community Scholarship is open to high school seniors, high school graduates, undergraduate, and graduate students. Good Life Property Management will award $2,500 to the winner. Applicants must reside in the United States and be enrolled full-time at an accredited college or university in the…

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  • Women Marines Association Scholarship Program

    Amount: $1,500-$5,000. About: The Women Marines Association annually awards a range of scholarships to eligible students. Applicants need to be sponsored by a Women Marines Association member. They must have served or be serving in the Marine Corps or Reserve, be a direct descendant, sibling or descendant of a sibling of a member of the…

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  • YoungArts National Arts Competition

    Amount: Up to $10,000. About: Sponsored by YoungArts, an organization supporting young artists, the YoungArts National Arts Competition is an annual event for students who are 15-18 years old or in grades 10 through 12. Students must apply in one of the 10 approved categories to win up to $10,000 and the opportunity to be…

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  • Jacoby & Meyers Latinx Community Scholarship

    Jacoby & Meyers Latinx Community Scholarship

    Amount: $5,000. About: Administered by The University Network (TUN.com), the Jacoby & Meyers Latinx Community Scholarship is a $5,000 award. Applicants must be of Latinx descent, reside in California, be high school seniors or first- and second-year college/trade school students, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, and be actively involved in community…

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  • Watson-Brown Foundation Scholarships

    Amount: $5,000. About: Watson-Brown Foundation Scholarships are annual awards meant to provide need-based and merit-based aid to undergraduate students in Georgia and South Carolina. Applicants must be residents of one of 18 Georgia and South Carolina counties, and must be a college-bound high school senior or current undergraduate student at a 4-year, regionally-accredited, non-profit colleges…

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