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Girls Who Illustrate Awesomeness Scholarship

$750

December 01, 2020

Awards Available: 3

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Illustrating Awesomeness Scholarship is an opportunity for young women or gender no-confirming individuals of color who are actively working to change the world. Applicants must be young women of color who are currently enrolled in college/university or will begin college/university in the spring semester and have a minimum of 3.0 GPA. For the essay, you may write up to 500 words or create an up to 5-minute video. Essay question: "Who are you, and how are you going to change the world?" For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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Destiny P  on 9/26/2020 10:43:30 AM

Yes i applied for this scholarship. I applied because i feel like i would have a great and outspoken voice for girls who are in the mixed community. I am a girl! And i can change the world!

Ruiza A  on 9/23/2020 9:54:04 PM

Love the name and idea behind the scholarship, can't wait to apply! Best of luck to everyone!

Mia K  on 9/4/2020 3:33:49 PM

I love the idea of being able to say I got here with the help of my girls awesomeness scholarship. As well as I know, I'm awesome.

Kaneisha S  on 7/14/2020 4:25:04 PM

I wanted to apply for this scholarship because the name of it sound very engaging. I am a girl and I am AWESOME!

Esmeralda N.  on 7/3/2020 1:12:54 PM

I am very interested in this scholarship I think I am a perfect fit for this scholarship

Flor A  on 6/4/2020 8:15:13 PM

The scholarship sounds really interesting, I feel complete related to all of the requariments and Im planning on applying

Teuila A  on 5/18/2020 8:41:00 PM

Yes I did apply for this scholarship. I did so because I feel that I may very qualify based on my goals in wanting to set an example to my Polynesian community. I believe that starting off with a goal that is focused on my community first will create a strong enough foundation to expand outside of my community. I hope to inspire many minorities in a way that our stereotypes do not define us.

Auri B  on 4/27/2020 9:06:51 PM

Looking to do the 5 minute video, seems rather interesting.

Chasity M  on 1/28/2020 12:44:44 AM

Is it true that the submission cap has been maximized? This scholarship sounded interesting to me and I was planning to apply.

Ericka Lorraine P  on 1/23/2020 2:14:50 PM

Do Asians count as women of color? Or is it only for African-Americans?

laiba a  on 1/22/2020 9:22:58 AM

Ana, any non-European and non-white individual would be considered a person of color.

Jenny N  on 1/18/2020 8:43:01 AM

Can an upcoming fall freshmen that is a Vietnamese woman apply for this scholarship?

April R  on 5/24/2018 1:36:37 PM

I look forward to writing an essay for this scholarship.

Ana R  on 4/18/2018 6:36:15 PM

Hi Hannah what is considered "women of color?" Is it for African American women or any minority?

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