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Rust College Scholarships

This group is dedicated to help Rust College students to find scholarships. 

Website: http://www.rustcollege.edu/financial_aid/financial_aid.html
Location: Holly Springs, MS
Members: 3
Latest Activity: Oct 15, 2013

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Comment by Wayne .D. Martin II on September 23, 2013 at 11:22am

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The My Mentor Was Me Scholarship Video Challenge is open to high school seniors, undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a degree at an accredited university in the U.S. You must create a one to three minute video identifying and describing the impact a mentor has had on your pursuit of success and the importance of mentor-mentee relationships. You must then upload the video to the sponsors website in order to qualify for this award.
Scholarship/Grant Amount: $1,000

Scholarship/Grant Deadline: July 31,2014 >>>> Click to Apply !

Comment by Wayne .D. Martin II on September 23, 2013 at 11:23am
The "From Failure to Promise" Essay Contest is open to high school seniors, undergraduate, and graduate students. To be considered, you must submit a 1000 - word essay that addresses the following questions: "How has the book, From Failure to Promise: An Uncommon Path to Professoriate positively impacted your pursuit of success and promise? What is your commitment to improving the lives of global citizens once you ve reached your destined promise?" Selection will be based on originality, quality of research, and effectiveness of presentation. There are 3 awards available.
Scholarship/Grant Amount: $1,500

Scholarship/Grant Deadline: July 31,2014 >>>>>Click to Apply !

Comment by Wayne .D. Martin II on September 23, 2013 at 11:24am
Snap a picture of your school lunch, upload it to http://fedup.dosomething.org/fedup, and you'll automatically be entered to win a $4,000 scholarship. 21 million students a year rely on school lunch as their primary source of energy, but the average school lunch packs in more fat and sodium than a person should eat in a full day. DoSomething.org is asking people across the country to take a picture of their school lunch, answer 10 multiple choice questions, and shed light on what's really in cafeteria food. Upload your photo, and you'll be entered to win the $4,000 scholarship. No essay or minimum GPA required.
Scholarship/Grant Amount: $4,000

Scholarship/Grant Deadline: November 15,2013  >>>>> Click to Apply !

Comment by Wayne .D. Martin II on September 23, 2013 at 11:24am
The Spokeo Connections Scholarship is available to graduating high school seniors and full - time undergraduate students. To be eligible, you must submit a 1000 - to 1600 - word essay on one of the three given topics. A minimum 3.0 GPA is also required.
Scholarship/Grant Amount: $1,000
Scholarship/Grant Deadline: November 20,2013
Majors Targeted:

Scholarship/Grant Sponsor: Spokeo, Inc   >>>  Click to Apply !

Comment by Wayne .D. Martin II on September 23, 2013 at 11:27am

Here's some more Scholarships that you can start with also some other useful information that can help students

1. http://hbculinkup.com/profiles/blogs/scholarships-going-to-waste

2. http://hbculinkup.com/profiles/blogs/6-mistakes-that-will-cost-you-...

3. http://hbculinkup.com/profiles/blogs/scholarships-for-june (some of these the deadline may have passed and others you still have time)

4.http://hbculinkup.com/profiles/blogs/chegg-helps-lower-the-cost-of-...

5.http://hbculinkup.com/profiles/blogs/colleges-offering-scholarships

6. http://www.zinch.com/HBCUlinkup (this will match you with colleges as well as scholarships)

Comment by Wayne .D. Martin II on September 23, 2013 at 11:28am

Calling all poets! You are the writers of intimate dialogue with the world and emotion. We invite you to participate in one of the countless opportunities that our feelings can experience. We ask for your desired words to scatter the page and overstep the boundaries of every day structure. Today, the world relies on your efforts to write and protect true history—the one we each survive with. Tell your story with the melody of a poem. Be proactive and share what you have hidden for the right occasion. This is the occasion.  You are the poet.Today, we dismiss textbooks and invite you to tell us the poem untold. That’s why for this scholarship slam, it’s all up to you! Submit an original poem about anything at all, and you may win $1,000 to put towards your college education. >>> Deadline : Oct. 4th 2013 >>>>Click to Apply !!

Comment by Wayne .D. Martin II on September 23, 2013 at 11:28am
The Scholarship will award 10 deserving students who attend the eligible HBCUs $2,500 toward their education expenses. Also there is also an added incentive, for each person who applies Denny's will email a coupon for a Free Breakfast on your birthday. The school with the most votes will receive a free pancake breakfast for all students & faculty. The Tom Joyner foundation strives to provide students who attend HBCUs the financial ability to stay in school and complete their education, while providing others with the means to simply go off to college. To find out which HBCUs are eligible for the scholarship & begin the application process, go to http://tomjoynerfoundation.org/news/dennyshungryforeducation/ Please note that there are only ten Eligible HBCU's please take a moment to view the link for further details.
Scholarship/Grant Amount: $2,500  Deadline : October 31st ,2013  >>>>> Click to Apply !
Comment by Wayne .D. Martin II on September 23, 2013 at 11:40am

 http://goo.gl/DwWJa  (  African American scholarships are out there, as are African American college grants. A college education isn't confined to what is contained in your textbook or how much extra credit you can get for completing side projects or doing research for a professor. A postsecondary education allows students to step out of their hometown comfort zone and to develop relationships they may not have otherwise developed. You could learn a lot from someone who comes from a different culture, a different background. This experience can be as valuable as the academic knowledge and career preparation and training you had in mind when you enrolled

Comment by Wayne .D. Martin II on September 23, 2013 at 11:42am

 http://goo.gl/xMnM5 ( Executive Women of New Jersey Graduate Merit Award Program
One of EWNJ's priorities is to provide encouragement and a strong foundation of leadership development for the next generation of female executives. To advance this goal, EWNJ established the Graduate Merit Award Program in 1986, a scholarship program to benefit women who reside in New Jersey and are pursuing graduate level degrees at New Jersey colleges and universities. Since that time, EWNJ has provided over 300 deserving women with more than $940,000 in scholarships, an accomplishment no other women's organization in New Jersey can match
To qualify, each nominee must be a female matriculating graduate student at an accredited New Jersey college or university)

Comment by Wayne .D. Martin II on September 23, 2013 at 11:43am

Deadline : jan.  24 2014
http://goo.gl/d5bmI
One year free tuition(up to 20,000)

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