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  1. CapCut Meme Master Scholarship

    Funded by
    Bold.org
    This scholarship seeks to celebrate humor and creativity by showcasing your funniest CapCut memes!
    All students are eligible
    Amount:$500
    Deadline is Approaching! 8 days left
    One Click Apply
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  2. 500 Bold Points No-Essay Scholarship

    Funded by
    Bold.org
    This scholarship will be awarded to the student whose Bold.org profile is the most bold, and who has earned at least 500 Bold Points.
    All students are eligible
    Amount:$5,000
    Deadline is Approaching! 8 days left
    One Click Apply
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  3. Spider-Man Showdown Scholarship

    Funded by
    Bold.org
    This scholarship seeks to support students who have been impacted by the world of Spider-Man.
    All students are eligible
    Amount:$500
    Deadline is Approaching! 8 days left
    One Click Apply
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  4. Best Catholic Colleges No-Essay Scholarship

    Funded by
    Bold.org
    This scholarship is a perfect opportunity for high school students interested in attending Catholic Colleges or Universities.
    All students are eligible
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline is Approaching! 8 days left
    One Click Apply
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  5. Nielsen Rewards No-Essay Scholarship

    Funded by
    Bold.org
    This scholarship opportunity is perfect for anyone who loves earning rewards for sharing their opinions on products and services.
    All students are eligible
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline is Approaching! 8 days left
    One Click Apply
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  6. Survey Rewards No-Essay Scholarship

    Funded by
    Bold.org
    This scholarship is perfect for students who love earning rewards for sharing their opinions on products and services.
    All students are eligible
    Amount:$500
    Deadline is Approaching! 8 days left
    One Click Apply
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  7. Bold.org x Checkmate No-Essay Scholarship

    Funded by
    Checkmate
    This scholarship seeks to support financially-savvy students who want to use Checkmate to shop efficiently!
    All students are eligible
    Amount:$500
    Deadline is Approaching! 8 days left
    One Click Apply
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  8. Survey Junkie Brand Influencer No-Essay Scholarship

    Funded by
    Bold.org
    This scholarship is great for anyone who loves getting paid for sharing their opinions on products and services.
    All students are eligible
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline is Approaching! 8 days left
    One Click Apply
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  9. "The Summer I Turned Pretty" Fan Scholarship

    Funded by
    Bold.org
    This scholarship seeks to support students who feel a strong connection to Belly's journey.
    All students are eligible
    Amount:$500
    Deadline is Approaching! 8 days left
    One Click Apply
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  10. Best Faith-Based Colleges No-Essay Scholarship

    Funded by
    Bold.org
    This scholarship is a perfect fit for high school students interested in attending faith-based colleges or universities.
    All students are eligible
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline is Approaching! 8 days left
    One Click Apply
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  11. Combined Worlds Scholarship

    Funded by
    Senicia Marshall
    This scholarship seeks to support students who are passionate about traveling and enriching their lives by learning about other cultures.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: Undergraduate or graduate student
    • Background: Interested in travel
    Amount:$1,500
    Deadline:Jul 30, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  12. Community Health Ambassador Scholarship for Nursing Students

    Funded by
    Live it Up
    This scholarship seeks to lower the financial burden of college in order to encourage and empower nursing students to make a difference not only in healthcare institutions, but also within their local communities.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior, undergraduate, or graduate student
    • Citizenship Status: U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident
    • Field of Study: Nursing
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline:Sep 01, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  13. “Equal Opportunity” Scholarship

    Funded by
    Calvin Rosser
    This scholarship exists to support two students who want to improve their life and the lives of the people around them.
    All students are eligible
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline:Sep 30, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  14. Sharen and Mila Kohute Scholarship

    Funded by
    Kohute Family
    This scholarship seeks to honor Sharen and Mila Kohute by supporting first-generation female students who are committed to pursuing higher education.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Gender: Female
    • Background: First-generation
    • State: Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, or Virginia
    • Education Level: High school senior or undergraduate
    Amount:$2,000
    Deadline:Oct 14, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  15. Chris Jackson Computer Science Education Scholarship

    Funded by
    Chris Jackson's Family
    This memorial fund for Chris Jackson will support students who want to pursue a Computer Science degree to make the world a better place.
    All students are eligible
    Amount:$5,000
    Deadline:Oct 15, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  16. Augustus L. Harper Scholarship

    Funded by
    Harper
    This scholarship aims to honor the life of Augustus L. Harper by supporting students majoring in accounting, finance, or business.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: Undergraduate or graduate student
    • Race: BIPOC
    • Major: Accounting, finance, or business
    Amount:$500
    Deadline:Nov 08, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  17. Best Christian Colleges No-Essay Scholarship

    Funded by
    Bold.org
    This scholarship is perfect for Christian high school students looking for college tips and resources.
    All students are eligible
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline:Feb 01, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  18. Kerry Kennedy Life Is Good Scholarship

    Funded by
    Amy Wise
    This scholarship will honor the accomplishments of Kerry Kennedy and help support a female student pursuing a degree in education, public service, or social work.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school junior or senior or undergraduate
    • Gender: Female
    • Major: Education, public service, or social work
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline:Mar 01, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  19. Coach "Frank" Anthony Ciccone Wrestling Scholarship

    Funded by
    Joe Falconi
    This scholarship seeks to honor the life of Coach “Frank” Anthony Ciccone by supporting students who share his love for wrestling.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school or undergraduate student
    • Background: Financial need
    • Sports Experience: Wrestling (ideally planning to wrestle in college)
    Amount:$2,500
    Deadline:Mar 10, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  20. Uniball's Skilled Trades Scholarship

    Funded by
    Lansing Family
    In honor of Dan “Uniball” Lansing, this scholarship seeks to help those pursuing a skilled trade such as welder, electrician, plumber, and more.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Field of Study: Must be pursuing a skilled trade
    • Education Level: Must be a High School or Undergraduate Student
    Amount:$500
    Deadline:Mar 13, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  21. Jamie Anderson Scholarship

    Funded by
    Gwendolyn Johnson
    The Jamie Anderson Scholarship aims to support and encourage young individuals who, like Jamie, have a desire to pursue a career in social work despite facing difficult circumstances.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior
    • State: Ohio
    • GPA: 2.0 -3.0 GPA
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline:Mar 15, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  22. Go Blue Crew Scholarship

    Funded by
    Brian Thelen
    This scholarship will support a high school student at Hudson High School, Saginaw Nouvel Catholic Central High School, or South Lyon High School.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • GPA: 3.5 or higher
    • State: Michigan
    • Education Level: High school senior
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline:Mar 15, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  23. Keri Sohlman Memorial Scholarship

    Funded by
    Matthew Mingle
    This scholarship aims to honor the memory of Keri Sohlman by supporting students in New Jersey who are passionate about mental health and/or education.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior
    • State: New Jersey
    • Field of Study: Mental health or education
    Amount:$1,500
    Deadline:Mar 15, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  24. Coach Ray Memorial Athletic Scholarship

    Funded by
    Derek Jindra
    This scholarship aims to honor the legacy of Coach Ray by supporting deserving athletes who excel in the classroom and in athletics.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior
    • Sport: Basketball
    • Gender: Female
    • State: California
    • GPA: 2.8 or higher
    Amount:$500
    Deadline:Mar 17, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  25. Dylan's Journey Memorial Scholarship

    Funded by
    Dylan Prosser
    This scholarship will support one student in high school, undergraduate, or graduate school student who has Neurofibromatosis (NF) and/or a learning disability of any variety.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school, undergraduate, graduate
    • Disability: Learning Disability: ADHD, NF, Dyslexia, etc.
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline:Mar 21, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  26. Adam Montes Pride Scholarship

    Funded by
    Partridge
    This scholarship aims to honor the life of Adam Montes by supporting underrepresented students on the road to higher education.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Identity: LGBTQ+ and an underrepresented minority
    • Background: First-generation college student
    • Education Level: High school senior, Undergraduate, or Graduate
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline:Mar 22, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  27. Valorena Publishing & Cocoa Kids Collection Scholarship

    Funded by
    Valorena Publishing
    This scholarship seeks to support BIPOC and multicultural women who are pursuing studies related to the creation of children’s picture books.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school, undergraduate, or graduate student
    • Gender: Female-identifying
    • Field of Study: Literature, poetry, writing, editing, publishing, etc.
    • Race: BIPOC/Multicultural
    Amount:$500
    Deadline:Mar 24, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  28. Alexander Hipple Recovery Scholarship

    Funded by
    Hipple Family & Friends
    This scholarship aims to honor the life and legacy of Alexander Hipple by helping people who are struggling with addiction, or personally impacted by it, to achieve their educational goals.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Background: Direct or indirect experience with substance abuse, addiction and/or recovery
    • State: North Carolina
    Amount:$5,000
    Deadline:Mar 31, 2024
    One Click Apply
    Scholarship is awarded to
    2 winners
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  29. Barber & Stylist Scholarship

    Funded by
    theCut Inc
    This scholarship looks to inspire the next generation of stylist by providing financial support to students who are interested in barbering or cosmetology.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Area of Interest: Barbering or Cosmetology
    Amount:$5,000
    Deadline:Mar 20, 2024
    One Click Apply
    Scholarship is awarded to
    1 winner
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  30. William A. Stuart Dream Scholarship

    Funded by
    Family of William A. Stuart
    This scholarship aims to honor the life of William A. Stuart by supporting students who share his passion for learning.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior, undergraduate, or trade school student
    • Field of Study: Mechanics, engineering, or computer software
    Amount:$2,000
    Deadline:Mar 30, 2024
    One Click Apply
    Scholarship is awarded to
    2 winners
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March marks an important period as the end of the school year approaches for college or high school students. Whether you are a high school student in your senior year or planning to attend college, students have to choose the next steps in their academics. This is why March is a great month to start applying for and winning scholarships to support your school year and pursuit of knowledge.

In this blog, I will discuss the significance of submitting scholarships early, groups and pages to find March scholarships, and tips for getting educational opportunities open to students.

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The Pursuit of Knowledge

Education is the key to personal growth and future success. Yet, the rising tuition costs during college or university have made it challenging for college students to achieve their educational goals. In a world where knowledge is power, applying for scholarships can bring hope to the financial need college students face.

The right time to apply for scholarships is all year long. Yet, preparing and applying for March scholarships can help you during your current academic year, the following year, or even for summer break expenses.

Remember: practicing good financial habits such as planning, researching, and budgeting from the beginning of your college journey can positively impact your overall college experience. It will not only help bring financial freedom to you and your parents but also help balance academics and fun during your breaks and time off.

A Lifeline for Students

Harvard Professor Dr. Arthur C. Brooks, who leads The Happiness Lab at the Harvard Kennedy School, says, "The less debt you carry, the happier you'll be." As college students, it's easy to forget about the amount of money we are borrowing.

For many college students, the burden of student loans and debt will affect their choices in life after graduation. In addition, considering the efforts of your family members helping to finance your education is important. This is why scholarships are critical for students planning their educational futures since they offer financial support that can make the difference between pursuing a dream education or settling for less. 

During college, student loans are almost essential to achieve academic goals. By applying to scholarships, you can alleviate the burden of student loans and empower yourself to focus on your studies, ambitions, and hobbies.

How to Access March Scholarships

Obtaining March scholarships can be a straightforward process. First, consider contacting the financial aid office of the college or career school you plan to attend. They can provide information about scholarships specific to your college, university, or institution.

If you are a high school student, consult your high school or TRIO counselor, who may have insights into scholarships available to students in your area. The point is to ask for help and guidance and know there are many resources and people willing to help.

Federal Agencies

The U.S. Department of Labor offers a free scholarship search tool, providing a comprehensive database of scholarship opportunities. It's a helpful resource to help you find scholarships that match your qualifications and interests. Federal agencies like the Federal Student Aid Office and your state grant agency may have scholarship programs worth exploring.

Libraries

Most libraries offer information online but remember that the local library's reference section can be a hidden treasure for scholarship research. It offers access to various scholarship directories and resources. Ask the librarian to help you research and tell them you want to find scholarship directories and resources.

You can scan various scholarship directories, books, and reference materials. Depending on your personal choices, you can find different types of scholarships that fit your profile and needs, such as merit-based, need-based, specific field of study, and local scholarships.

Try to scan the documents and organize them by category and deadlines. Start anticipating each scholarship's requirements and planning ahead to take advantage of opportunities to get free money.

Beyond that, consider nonprofit platforms like Bold.org, foundations, religious or community organizations, local businesses, or civic groups in your community. They might have scholarship programs to support local students.

Bold.org

The nonprofit platform Bold.org is a scholarship website that is easy to use and quick to register. It facilitates 1000s of student scholarships every year.

You can begin by opening your web browser and visiting the official Bold.org website. If you haven't yet, register or create an account. This involves sharing basic personal information such as age, demographic, school year, etc., that will only take a few minutes to complete.

After logging in, ensure your profile is completed and go to the website's scholarship listings or search function. Look for options such as "Find Scholarships." You can refine your search with a filter or search option to specify scholarships with March deadlines.

Click on the scholarship titles to access more detailed information about each opportunity, and click apply. Remember to check the details about eligibility requirements, application procedures, due dates, and submission guidelines.

Applying for a scholarship may include completing an application form, providing essays, or submitting required documents such as recommendation letters. However, there are also many no-essay scholarships available in the Spring.

It's important to periodically check the website or allow notifications for any newly added scholarship opportunities that may arise throughout the academic year.

If you have a particular field of interest, look into organizations and professional associations related to that field. Many of them offer full scholarships open to students. Additionally, ethnicity-based organizations often provide scholarships to students of specific backgrounds.

Workplace or Parents/Guardians Possibilities

Ask your parents or guardians about their workplace and employers. Some companies offer scholarships to employees or their dependents. If you are a working student, make sure to ask if they offer any support and opportunities for college students. These benefits are usually not frequently shared by employers, but they surely are available to you.

Remember: While searching for scholarships, always exercise carefulness and verify the legitimacy of your offers. Remember, legitimate scholarships will never require you to pay to apply. 

Diverse Opportunities Await for College Students

Whether you're a high school senior planning for college, a graduating high school senior, or a graduate student aiming to advance your studies, there are opportunities tailored to your needs to contribute and support you during your college journey. 

Here are some examples of the various scholarships you can find in March designed to accommodate students at different educational stages:

Scholarships for High School Students

For high school students, the pursuit of college scholarships is a crucial step in making their college dreams a reality. With scholarships available to high school students across various fields and academic disciplines, it's essential for high school seniors to begin their scholarship process in March.

During high school and especially your last year as a high school student, remember to plan and organize your scholarship applications early; they are key to accessing financial aid and supporting your college journey.

Scholarships aimed at high school students, including those for community service and academic achievements, provide opportunities to win awards for the upcoming school year, making March a vital time to kickstart the scholarship award process.

  1. Scholarships for High School Freshmen
  2. Scholarships for High School Sophomores
  3. Scholarships for High School Juniors
  4. Scholarships for High School Seniors
  5. Scholarships for High School Students

Scholarships for Graduating High School Seniors

Applying for March scholarships aligns with other important decisions graduating high school seniors have to make for their future. Besides securing financial aid for their upcoming college degree program, I recommend applying for scholarships as soon as you can. Spring break can be a great option to spend some hours completing scholarship applications.

As a freshman in college, you will meet new short- and long-term responsibilities: Making new friends, navigating a new city, supporting yourself as an adult, and many other aspects that come with being a full-time undergraduate student.

One thing that can help you or your parents is alleviating the financial responsibility that college entails. By adding free money in the form of scholarships that do not have to be returned, you can have more time to pay for tuition and living expenses or to enjoy yourself while you are not studying.

For high school seniors, a piece of good advice is to start planning early and organizing their applications to maximize their chances of winning scholarships.

These scholarship opportunities cater to a range of students, from those pursuing trade school to those planning to attend an accredited college or university. With Spring deadlines often set around March 15 or 31, high school juniors and seniors must act promptly and use these scholarship opportunities to set themselves on a path to success in higher education.

  1. Scholarships for High School Seniors
  2. Scholarships for High School Students

Scholarships for Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Undergraduate and graduate students can benefit from the wealth of college scholarships available all year long. Whether you're a college student working towards a bachelor's degree or a graduate student pursuing a master's or doctoral program, the importance of applying for scholarships cannot be overstated. March is a crucial month to apply for scholarships since many deadlines are due by April.

Remember to fill out your FAFSA form as soon as possible since a lot of scholarships and grants run out of money early on. Scholarships designed for undergraduate and graduate students cover various fields, including computer engineering, civil engineering, and aerospace engineering. By meeting the minimum GPA requirements and demonstrating financial need, students can access scholarships that support their higher education aspirations.

  1. Undergraduate Scholarships
  2. Scholarships for College Freshmen
  3. Scholarships for College Sophomores
  4. Scholarships for College Juniors
  5. Scholarships for College Seniors
  6. Scholarships for Community College
  7. Scholarships for College Students
  8. Scholarships for Graduate Students
  9. MBA Scholarships
  10. PhD Scholarships 
  11. Master's Degree Scholarships

Merit-Based Scholarships and Academic Scholarships

Merit-based scholarships are a gateway to financial assistance for college students who excel in academics, community service, and other areas. If you are an excellent student, you can benefit from many scholarships for High school juniors and seniors, full time college students as well as current college students, make sure to explore the merit-based scholarships available during March.

These kinds of scholarships recognize and reward exceptional achievements, providing financial support for up to four years of undergraduate study. For college-bound high school students, college freshmen, and current undergraduate students, the application process for merit-based scholarships can be simplified.

Remember: Many academic scholarships will be awarded by your college or university. Still, begin your individual scholarship process as soon as you can to allow yourself to focus on winning scholarships and securing your college future.