Available scholarships are not limited to the list below as more opportunities are also available on behalf of one's own research.
Scholarships are listed in the order of nearest deadline.
Due: April 1, 2020
Award amount: $750
The scholarship is open to students at any educational level and field of study. The only application requirement is that students have personally experienced challenges with mental health or have had people close to them who have experienced mental health challenges.
Due: April 1, 2020
Award amount: $2,500 (4)
California Association of Administrators of State and Federal Education Programs (CAASFEP) honors past presidents, Ron Fontaine and Elizabeth Pinkerton, for their lifelong dedication to the education of students by awarding four $2,500 scholarships to graduating seniors.
Due: April 27, 2020
Award amount: $2000
The Steps For Change Scholarship is an achievement-based scholarship awarded to high school seniors applying to a college or university to further their career goals. Students from low-income families are recognized for their capacity to lead and commitment to making a significant impact on communities.
Due: May 1, 2020
Award amount: $1000
The $1000.00 Pureland Supply Scholarship is available to students who have been accepted to an accredited trade school, vocational college, technical school or community college for the study of trade, craft, or labor occupations. Recipients are chosen on their ability to describe how their chosen trade or field plays an important role in today’s world and why this is the path they have chosen.
Due: May 31, 2020
Award amount: $500 undergraduate degree, $1000 graduate degree
Applicants must meet the scholarship criteria above to apply. Applications which are incomplete or postmarked after the May 31, 2019 deadline will not be considered.
1. Fees should not be paid for scholarships (Applying for financial aid is free)
2. Never give credit card or bank account information
3. No one can guarantee that you'll win a scholarship
4. Legitimate scholarships require time & energy
5. Legitimate sponsors should provide contact information upon request
6. Be aware if you are called to receive an award for which you never applied
7. Don't be pressured into applying for a scholarship, especially if the sponsor is asking you to pay
8. Beware of claims of “exclusive” scholarships
9. An official-sounding name or endorsement doesn't automatically mean it's legitimate
10. If your questions aren't answered directly, proceed with caution
Contact your counselor if you are contacted by a scholarship scam