Art of Giving Scholarship

Funded by
$1,065
1st winner$533
2nd winner$532
Awarded
Winners
2
Finalists
8
Application Deadline
Jul 31, 2021
Winners Announced
Aug 31, 2021
Education Level
Any
25
Contributions
Recent Bold.org scholarship winners
Eligibility Requirements
Year in high school (if applicable):
Senior graduating in 2021
Year in high school (if applicable):
Senior graduating in 2021

India is a North Carolina native who attended Wake Forest University on a merit scholarship. Very familiar with the process of finding and applying to numerous scholarships, when India attended college, she brought in an additional $50,000 in outside scholarships. Similar to her college years, India found success in winning scholarships while in law school: she won 8 local, state, and national scholarships.

India’s success in applying to institutions of higher learning and winning numerous scholarships is what led to the founding of The Art of Scholarships ("TAS"). For India, there really is an art to writing captivating college and scholarship essays to make applications stand out amongst the crowd; and she wants to share those skills with everyone. 

In addition to offering college and scholarship coaching sessions through TAS, India created "The Art of Giving Scholarship" to help students combat the expenses they encounter when obtaining a college, graduate, or professional school degree.

The scholarship is open to high school seniors graduating in 2021, undergraduate students, and graduate school students. To apply, please share a little more about why you need this scholarship.

Selection Criteria:
Essay, Ambition, Impact
Published May 16, 2021
$1,065
1st winner$533
2nd winner$532
Awarded
Winners
2
Finalists
8
Application Deadline
Jul 31, 2021
Winners Announced
Aug 31, 2021
Education Level
Any
25
Contributions
Recent Bold.org scholarship winners
Essay Topic

Why do you need this scholarship?

0–500 words