Private Scholarships

Opportunities with March 2024 Deadlines

UG - Undergraduate Student (Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior)

GR - Graduate Student (Masters or Professional Degree)

HS - Graduating High School Students

Note: For more information, follow-up questions, and to check on the status of your application with any of the opportunities listed below, please reach out to the funding organization/company directly.

Applicants must be intending to or already majoring in a chemistry-related science and plan to pursue a career in a chemistry-related science; must have a 3.0 GPA in science or chemistry courses; must submit official transcripts, two letters of recommendation and a copy of the SAR from FAFSA. Click to apply.

National Scholarships are a crucial component of a country's commitment to promoting education and providing opportunities for its citizens to excel academically. These scholarships are designed to recognize and support outstanding students, enabling them to pursue their educational goals and contribute to the development of their nation. Click to apply.

Applicants must submit a 500-1000 word essay on how cancer has affected their life or the life of a loved one. Click to apply.
Applicants must be a child or step child of an active duty, reserve, veteran or deceased US Marine, Navy Corpsman or Navy Chaplain; a completed application includes tax documents, military parent service document, transcript, and photo. Click to apply.
The Miller Indigenous Economic Development Fellowship provides financial assistance to eligible American Indian and Alaska Native doctoral candidates to cover the costs related to data collection and data analysis. Doctoral candidates pursuing research in economic and economic development focusing on or influencing Native Communities are encouraged to apply. This one-time award will provide assistance for research travel, research supplies, data analysis tools or subscriptions. This award will also cover fees incurred for transcription services, analysis services, analysis review and editing fees (documentation for itemized costs must be submitted). Click to apply.

Rubber Division, ACS offers two $5,000 Undergraduate Scholarships to students entering their junior or senior year for the fall-spring academic year. In addition, the former Connecticut Rubber Group offers a $5,000 Russell Mazzeo Memorial Undergraduate Scholarship. This award serves to honor the dedication to education and Rubber Division, ACS that Russ showed during his nearly 50 years in the rubber industry. Applicants for these scholarships may have a major area study in chemistry, physics, chemical or mechanical engineering, polymer science or any other technical discipline relevant to the rubber industry. Click to apply.

Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or better; must complete online application and describe career goals and any activities, clubs, awards, or internships that demonstrate your interest in digital marketing. Click to apply.
Applicants must be a graduate student (Master's, PhD, or Law School) pursuing a degree in water law, water policy, or public administration; must subit at least three letters of recommendation, official transcripts and a 1000 word essay on prompt provided on application. Click to apply.

Applicants must be 14 years or older at the time of entry; must sumbit an online application form and an original photo, artwork, or computer graphic for the front of a greeting card. Click to apply.

Applicants must complete online application, "what drives you" essay in 500 words, and 16-18 years old. Click to apply.

Applicants must create a video of 60 seconds or less that highlights one of the global challenges about human population growth: Promoting Environmental Justice, Strengthening Global Health or Re-Imagining Industrial Systems. Click to apply.
Applicants must be current high school students; must sumbit a completed application; must provide a 750 word response to "Whether inclusion of more divere populations in genetic and genomic studies holds a potential to benefit future genetic research and improve human health." Click to apply.
Udall Scholarship provides access to the Udall Alumni Network: an association of environmental and tribal leaders and public servants sharing innovative ideas, professional advice, and job and internship opportunities. 11 question app; 800 word essay (refer to link); transcripts; 3 letters of recommendation; UNM Faculty Rep: Kiyoko N Simmons Click to apply.
Applicant must be a US citizen or permanent resident; Applicant must be a member of one of a minority population; Applicant must be a full time student at a four year, accredited institution within the US, carrying a totoatl of 12 credits or more per semester; Applicant must have a 3.0 gpa or higher; Applicant must have a reference letter ROM a college professor or internship advisor; Applicant must submit a current resume; Applicant must submit an official transcript; Must submit a headshot photo; Applicant must submit essay; Topic provided on website. Click to apply.
Applicants must be women in high school that are involved in the sport of golf; must complete online application form; must mail in high school evaluation, letter of recommendation from a coach, FAFSA SAR, applicant photo and a two page personal essay esplaining your involvement in golf and future plans. Click to apply.
Applicants must complete online application, have a parent who is an Active Duty First Responder, either paid or volunteer, list of parent's name, department, job title, (2) letters of reference, and an essay (250-500 words). Click to apply.
Applicants must submit a personal statement in Level 1 or 2, contact information. Click to apply.
Applicants must complete online application, be a high-school senior of African descent (African American, African, or Ethiopian), demonstrate passion for technology and leadership at school or in a community, have a GPA of 3.3 or higher, require financial assistance, (2) letters of recommendation, resume, picture of yourself, transcript, and (2) essays. Click to apply.
To be considered for a HOLA Scholarship, applicant must be a US-based high school senior of Hispanic and Latinx descent (for example, Mexican American, Cuban American, Brazilian, etc) of an accredited organization; must plan to attend a two or four-year college or university in the US; must plan to pursue an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in engineering, computer science, business management, marketing, or have a declared major; must demonstrate leadership skills and a passion for helping your community within your school, neighborhood, family or an organization; must demonstrate leadership at a school or in the community; must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher; must require financial assistance to attend college; and must be a U.S. citizen, permanent legal resident, or DACA. Click to apply.
Applicants must be current high school students living with a visual, hearing, mobility, cognitive, or speech disability; must be mjoring in engineering, computer science, information systems, business, pre-law or related fields and have a GPA of 3.0 or better; must email current resume, current transcripts, three essays (prompts provided on the website), application form, and two letters of recommendation. Click to apply.
This scholarship will be awarded to promising high school senior and current undergraduate women and non-binary people* who plan to attend or are attending a vocational or academic college and targeting a career in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math). * Non-binary people, those who are gender fluid, and women of transgender experience are encouraged to apply. Click to apply.
Scholarships are available for students majoring in accounting or accounting-related field; 4 scholarships on the website, each with varying requirements and amounts. Click to apply.
Applicants must be women wanting to start an online business; must submit an online application and provide responses to "Tell all the reasons you're scared of starting your business. Who's your female boss role model and why?" and must provide a link to the proposed business plan. Click to apply.
Applicants must be 1/4 or more degree American Indian, full time student, apply for 10 other sources of funding, and write a personal statement. Click to apply.
Full-time HS student; demonstrate critical financial need; involved in community service; 2.0 GPA. Click to apply.
Applicants must submit an online application and will be asked to upload a copy of their most recent transcripts and standardized tests scores, and two names and email address of individuals who will write letters of recommendation. Click to apply.
The Darius Quimby Memorial Scholarship is awarded to high school seniors and college students pursuing a degree in the law enforcement field, as well as current law enforcement officers pursuing an advanced degree. Note: students studying law (lawyer, attorney, etc.) do not qualify for this scholarship. Click to apply.
At least one scholarship will be awarded, with up to $20,000 in scholarship funds available. A travel stipend to the ASDSO Annual Conference may also be awarded in addition to the scholarship funds. Successful applicants must be U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents enrolled full-time at the senior level during the 2024/2025 school year. Applications must be enrolled in an accredited civil engineering program or a related field as determined by ASDSO. They must demonstrate an interest in pursuing a career in hydraulics, hydrology, geotechnical disciplines, or another discipline related to dam design, construction, and operation. Undergraduate students planning to graduate in May/December 2025 will be eligible for the 2024 scholarship. Click to apply.
Applicants must be graduate students in their final academic year of a healthcare management program such as MHA, MPH, MBA in Healthcare Administration or similar; applicants must complete the online application and include current resume/CV, official undergraduate and graduate transcripts, three letters of recommendation, and an essay on the reasons for pursuing a career in healthcare management, history in the field and community or civic engagement. Click to apply.
Applicant must complete online application; which includes: personal statement, (2) letters of recommendation, Federal Student Aid Report (SAR), Resume, recent photograph, official transcript, and a 2 minute visual recording sample. Click to apply.
Applicant must complete online application, demonstrate rifle or pistol marksmanship competition experience, be US Citizen, good moral character, and graduating high school senior. Click to apply.
Both Merit-based and Need-based, the competitive Cobell Scholarship is annual, non-renewable, and available to any post-secondary (after high school) student who is; an enrolled member of a US Federally-Recognized Tribe, enrolled in full-time study and is degree-seeking. Applicants must plan to attend or be attending any nationally, regionally and industry accredited non-profit, public and private, institution. Click to apply.
Since 1989, the Education Foundation has awarded numerous scholarships to traditional and non-traditional college students to attend school in New Mexico. Grants of up to $4,000 are annually awarded. Along with the application, applicants must attach a copy of their transcript and three letters of recommendation from the high school or college they attended. The Education Foundation’s Scholarship Committee chooses scholarship recipients, based on academic accomplishments, recipient’s character and this application’s essay. Applicants must be active members of the co-op or immediate family of co-op members. Click to apply.

Applicant must complete application form, write 1-2 page essay on why you deserve the scholarship, include resume or CV, official transcripts, SAT, DAT, GRE, or MCAT score report, and 1 min video introducing yourself. Click to apply.

Applicants must complete online application form and submit a 1000-2000 word essay on one of two essay prompts provided on the website. Click to apply.
Applicant must demonstrate a desire to serve in a career of research, regulatory work, quality control or teaching in an area related to some aspect of foods, drugs or consumer product safety Applicant should demonstrate leadership capabilities; Applicant must have a 3.0 GPA during the first two years of undergraduate study. Click to apply.
Applicants must complete online application, must be legally blind (provide Confirmation of Legal Blindness), (1) letter of recommendation, transcripts, (1) Affiliate President's, and other NFB requirements. Click to apply.

Applicant must demonstrate financial need, graduating senior, completed a 3.0 GPA, enroll full-time in 2024-2025. If continuing undergraduates must be a former Tzu Chi Scholarship recipient. Click to apply.

Applicants must be college-bound high school seniors; must submit a 1200-1500 word essay describing how Alzheimer's disease has impacted them, their families or communities and what they've learned while coping with it. Click to apply.
Applicants must submit a 600-800 word essay describing a challenge and how you overcame it, along with contact information. Click to apply.

Applicants must submit a creative entry (video, poem, infographic, essay, art, song, etc) on a community service project that have positively impacted the community; and write a 300 word essay nominating a teacher who has inspired your creativity. Click to apply.

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