November is National Scholarship Month
November 11, 2008
November has been designated as National Scholarship Month for 2008. The purpose of National Scholarship Month is to raise awareness of the scholarship opportunities available to high school students, undergraduate students, and graduate students, as well as the numerous benefits of winning scholarships.
November is also an ideal month to start finding scholarships, if you haven't done so already. Many scholarship competitions start or end in November, including our own College Health Scholarship (deadline: November 30) and our College History Scholarship (deadline: December 31). By applying for scholarships now, you're sure to stay on top of those scholarship application deadlines.
Check out our article on National Scholarship Month, which highlights many of the reasons to apply for scholarships. You might also want to browse the Scholarships category on our blog, where you'll find tons of information about scholarships and the benefits they provide. Convinced that scholarships are worthwhile, but not convinced you can win? Head over to our resources section, where you will find tons of advice on scholarship applications. We dispel scholarship myths, show you how to detect scholarship scams, and even offer advice on how to write a scholarship-worthy essay--complete with tips from scholarship reviewers.
So, do you believe that you can win a scholarship? (Because you can!) Then celebrate National Scholarship Month with us and start your scholarship search today. A scholarship search on Scholarships.com is fast, free, and easy, instantly generating a list of scholarship awards that are directly relevant to the information you provide in your profile. We have scholarships in our database for all sorts of people! Find out about athletic scholarships, green scholarships, unusual scholarships, corporate scholarships, women's scholarships, scholarships for minorities, and many more. After all, with 2.7 million scholarships and grants to choose from, we're bound to have something that fits you. And free money for college is always cause for celebration.