College Scholarship Applications

Are you a high school student who’s preparing for college?  Are you looking for college scholarship applications?

Well you’re in luck!  I’ve done all the work for you.  Below you’ll find a list of several College Scholarship Applications!

Be sure to follow the program that I laid out for you in the College Scholarship Money post.  You can thank me later

1.  Student Inventors Scholarships

2.  Ayn Rand Essay Scholarships

3.  Brand Essay Competition

4.  Gates Millennium Scholarships

5.  Sports Scholarships and Internships

6.  National Assoc. of Black Journalists Scholarships

7.  Saul T. Wilson Scholarships

8.  Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund

9.  Presidential Freedom Scholarships

10.  Microsoft Scholarship Program

11.  Hope Scholarships &Lifetime Credits

12.  William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship for Minority Students

13.  Guaranteed Scholarships

14.  Maryland Artists Scholarships

15.  Jacki Tuckfield Memorial Graduate Business Scholarship

16.  IES Abroad

17.  International Students Scholarships &Aid Help

18.  Siemens Westinghouse Competition

19.  CollegeNets Scholarship Database

20.  Union Sponsored Scholarships and Aid

21.  Ron

22.  Jackie Robinson Foundation

23.  UNCF Scholarships

24.  National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering

25.  National Society of Black Engineers

26.  American Institute for Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)

27.  Bonner Scholar Scholarships

28.  Ronald McDonald House

29.  Xerox Scholarships

30.  Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) Scholarships

31.  Harry S. Truman Scholarship

32.  Hispanic College Fund Scholarships

33.  Arts Recognition and Talent Search Awards

34.  Society of Women Engineers

35.  SIT Study Abroad Scholarships

36.  Scholarship and Fellowship Opportunities

37. Scholarship

38. The National Society of Collegiate Scholars – Emerging Scholars Award

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Lauren Anderson is a certified school counselor who's passionate about helping students all over the world successfully transition from high school to college! After spending 6 years as a business professional, she obtained her Master’s degree in School Counseling and now spends her spare time helping students.

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