$10,000 Scholarship - ScholarshipPoints.com

$10,000

June 15, 2019

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • ScholarshipPoints is free to join, fun to participate in, and provides you with the opportunity to win thousands of dollars in scholarships. The ScholarshipPoints program is the only place you can win a $10,000 scholarship - no GPA, no essay, and no hassle! The more points you earn, the more chances you have to win this scholarship. Sweepstakes is open to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and District of Columbia who are at least (13) years of age or older as of the date of entry and members of the ScholarshipPoints.com program. Entrants must provide proof of enrollment at a college or university. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 10000 W. Charleston Blvd.
  • Suite 200
  • Las Vegas, NV 89135
  • members@scholarshippoints.com

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Timmy Le  on 6/8/2018 7:32:24 PM

I applied bc every strudent needs money for education. Not everybody is smart with high GPA. Some students still wants to learn but too much debt

Timothy B  on 3/17/2018 12:10:57 PM

I applied for it but the rest of the scholarships offered here require you to take online surveys.

Dylan M  on 3/4/2018 2:38:29 PM

During the middle of my sophmore year, I was diagnosed with ADHD, I was struggling in school, and I was not happy with how I performed. After I got the proper medicine, i was able to treat it and have worked twice as hard to improve my GPA and SAT score. I've worked hard to get to the position I am at as of now.

Marilyn L  on 12/19/2017 11:16:39 AM

I have worked hard my entire adult life, I had to start work at the early age of 15 and have been working ever since. I am requesting for help to receive funding to enable me to continue my education and obtain a career in a profession where I can work and provide assistance to my community. In 2015 I experienced a horrific house fire, lost everything we owned and am slowly rebuilding my life. I would like to become a disaster claims adjuster to help others who have been through disasters such as myself. I am asking for help with my expense for my education. Thank you. M. Livingston

Courtney J  on 8/17/2017 9:05:50 PM

They want you to sign up for survey sites to earn points for en entry into a sweepstakes drawing for a scholarship?

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