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The Presidential Forum on Renewable Energy Scholarship


Jan 7, 2008

The U.S. public cannot help but worry about the future of our environment. The reduction in available energy resources affects us all—regardless of age. By applying for this scholarship, students have a chance to be a part of the solution and to find money for college. To apply for The Presidential Forum on Renewable Energy Scholarship, students will have to create a plan for renewable energy in the U.S. The plan should consist of four to six points that describe the approach this country should take to reduce its dependence on nonrenewable energy resources. Winning scholarship candidates will present a feasible, creative solution and take into account the challenges that may be encountered along the way.

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The American Foreign Service Association (AFSA), an association representing U.S. Foreign Service, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service and the International Broadcasting Bureau employees, is awarding a scholarship to students who are willing to do some thinking. This annual contest is a bit more advanced than your typical “Why was George Washington a great [...]

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Each year, Scholarships.com offers seven students a total of $10,000 to be applied toward their education. The scholarship essay topics are meant to evoke thought and to challenge participants to proactively respond to controversial issues. Students applying for this year’s award will be able to choose between writing about the effectiveness of the No Child Left Behind Act and about the rising [...]

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If you can name a city in the U.S. with no McDonald's, you deserve a scholarship. McDonald’s fast food restaurants are everywhere, and they offer more than three minute french fries. Since its founding in 1985, the Ronald McDonald House Charities has given away $29 million in scholarship money. Their financial aid program offers four different scholarship opportunities. There is one open to [...]

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If "The Diary of Anne Frank" was not in your grade or high school curriculum, you probably just missed a curriculum change. But don’t worry, even students who haven’t read the book can learn about Anne and apply for this scholarship. In commemoration of the courage and perseverance demonstrated by Anne Frank during WWII, The Anne Frank Center is offering a scholarship to students in need of [...]

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You may not know who Sam Walton is, but you have probably heard of his stores, Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club. There are 4,000 Wal-Mart stores in the US and more than 2,900 abroad. The store has encountered plenty of controversy about employee treatment, but it has decided to give something back. Through the Sam Walton Community Scholarship, students across the nation will be assisted in their search [...]

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The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, a fraternal organization with over one million members, assists students in funding their education by sponsoring an annual scholarship program. This being a benevolent order, community service and leadership are taken into consideration. That means that students who don’t excel academically could make up points by helping out in the community. A

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The Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE), a network providing information, interaction and support for private enterprise systems, is giving away a number of scholarships. Interested students will need to write a 1000 to 2000 word essay answering one of three questions:

1. What Causes Prosperity? 2. What is the Role of Ethical Behavior in a Free Market? 3. Can [...]

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It’s about time someone rewarded students for the nonacademic work they’ve been doing. The AXA Foundation, in association with U.S. News & World Report, will be offering a scholarship to students who have achieved something admirable, something nonacademic for once. While some consideration will be given to a student’s extracurricular activities, work experience and academic record, the [...]

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Do you like to write? Do you care about world problems? Then this competition is for you! The Hear Me Project is a writing scholarship about the effects that HIV and AIDS have on the population. Entrants will have to submit a short (up to five pages) fiction or nonfiction story about the vulnerability that accompanies HIV or AIDS. By applying for this award, students will have the chance to [...]

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Students making a difference in their community will get the chance to receive something in return. By submitting information about their community contributions, applicants will have the chance to win financial aid for college. Br!ck Scholarship winners (yes, the “!” is supposed to be there.) may receive scholarship money, community grant money and a spot on a TV award ceremony. Past ceremony [...]

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Check out the Courageous Persuaders video scholarship for a chance to win college money and, in the process, to make a difference in the lives of kids across the nation. Applicants will create commercials warning middle-school students about the dangers of underage drinking. In addition to wining scholarships, selected students will get to work with the McCann Erickson advertising agency. With [...]

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Check out the Coca-Cola Scholars Program for a chance to win big bucks. Coca-Cola's famed four-year scholarship is one of two awards offered by the company. It is one of the most sought after and lucrative scholarships around.

There are two rounds to this competition, and students who make it past the first will be asked to submit additional materials to scholarship administrators. [...]

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This week's “Scholarship of the Week” is the Students Serve Grant. By providing students with grants, Student Serve, a not-for-profit organization managed entirely by students, hopes to encourage the application of knowledge in conducting community service.

Students who apply will have to come up with a service-learning project (one that applies class knowledge to service) that will be [...]

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The “Scholarship of the Week” for this week, the first week, is the Blade Your Ride Video Scholarship award. This award creates an outlet for students who are eager to make a positive environmental change.And the outlet is fun. Those who wish to apply will get to create a 1-2 minute broadcast video expressing their feelings and concerns about the environment. They must do their best to sound [...]

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