Gotta Have Sole Scholarship

$1,000

March 03, 2018

Awards Available: 5

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Gotta Have Sole scholarship program provides extraordinary teens and young adults in need with the funds to take a step forward. We're awarding up to five $1,000 scholarships to incoming, first-year students, so they can pursue higher education.

    Students must be between the ages of 17-22 years old, be entering their first year of higher education at an accredited institution, technical college, or vocational school; be a U.S. citizen, and have an unweighted 2.0 GPA or above from the most recent academic year.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • gottahavesole@gmail.com

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Pressley P  on 1/18/2018 1:53:32 PM

Hello, my name is Pressley Powell. I have been accepted into Texas State University and I'm struggling to find money. This scholarship would be a wonderful chance to pursue my dream of becoming a theatre program. I would be extremely thankful to receive this award.

noah h  on 1/18/2018 1:42:38 PM

Good morning from Alaska and good afternoon to Arizona. Im applying to this scholarship in order to further my education at the highest level and hopefully accomplish my dream of be coming a physical therapist. Thank you for your consideration.

Olivia B  on 1/18/2018 9:08:08 AM

Hello, my name is Olivia Bone. I am looking to attend a conservatory program to study dance and get my bachelors of fine arts. I am in the top ten percent of my class and have mained a busy schedule between working full time, going to school, and dancing. Every school I am looking at is extremly expensive as most are out of state and private. I would be extremly to recieve the scholarships that I apply for. Thank you.

Dorion L  on 1/12/2018 8:30:48 AM

Hello my name is Dorion Land-Tucker and I'm hoping to achieve an bachelors degree in cybersecurity through USCU in Columbia. I would hope that you could consider me for this scholarship as i would be very graceful for it.

tiffany l  on 1/11/2018 9:43:27 AM

Hello, my name is Tiffany. I am a senior in high school... I would love to apply for this scholarship the reason is because I'm broke myself. I'm trying really hard at my best to pursue my career as a pharmacy tech. I'm on my own on my two feet trying to struggle from life to keep my head help up high. This scholarship would really mean to me so much. I want to show my parents that I am not a failure and that I can do it. I want to show them that I'm not a low-life bum. I want to show them the better me, stepping up as a proud daughter they always wanted. They think I can't pursue my Pharmacy Tech career but, I've always wanted this career since i was a little kid. Please help me.

Edlyan R  on 12/27/2017 3:23:49 PM

Greetings my name is Edlyan. In eighteen years of life, I decided that I want to go to college. Social justice is my passion, but must of all helping others. This is why I made the decision of becoming a Social Worker. There is a lot of engineers, doctors, attorneys and judges. Why not become a Psychologist or Social Worker like I wanna be. In this generation, the adolescents need help guiding them to a bright future. I aspire to help Hispanics like me that don't speak the native language in this country. Please consider me for this scholarship so I can accomplish this dream of mine.

Ayrmon W  on 6/25/2017 4:13:29 PM

Greetings my name is Ayrmon. God has gifted me the ability to do art and i plan on pursuing it in college. Art has always been apart of my life. My mom was an artist and helped me get started on this beautiful, expressive craft. I have been exposed to many different types of art whether on the television, books, internet, or my surroundings itself. Lord willing my future career can be in the animation field. I aspire to help rewrite how African-Americans and other races are perceived. In order to do so, i need the proper funds to help propel me forward. Please consider me for this scholarship as i embark on this journey to better myself as a person and others around me.

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