Get Lucky with March 2020 Scholarships


March 6, 2020 1:24 PM
by Susan Dutca-Lovell
What's at the end of the rainbow? These March 2020 scholarships. We're adding more green to your college financial aid package this month - lucky you! Start off by browsing through our featured list of popular March scholarships or by completing a free profile to get instantly matched to opportunities for which you qualify. Either way, it's bound to be your lucky day!

What's at the end of the rainbow? These March 2020 scholarships. We're adding more green to your college financial aid package this month - lucky you! Start off by browsing through our featured list of popular March scholarships or by completing a free profile to get instantly matched to opportunities for which you qualify. Either way, it's bound to be your lucky day!

Maximum Independence Scholarship

Award Amount: $1,000
Deadline: March 30
Scholarship Description: Maximum Independence Scholarships are awarded to high school seniors with disabilities and disadvantages in order to help them achieve maximum independence.

Melissa's Hope Foundation Scholarship

Award Amount: $3,000
Deadline: March 15
Scholarship Description: Melissa's Hope Foundation Scholarships are available to students who will be enrolled in a college, graduate or medical school, nursing or medical trade school for the upcoming academic year. The scholarships range from $1,000-3,000. Applicants must have a history of volunteerism and/or community involvement.

NSHSS Earth Day Awards

Award Amount: $500
Deadline: March 15
Scholarship Description: When applying for NSHSS Earth Day Awards, applicants are asked to submit details about an environmental project that they are currently working on, or one that will be initiated for Earth Day in their home, school, and/or community. Requirements include a written explanation of the project, including the process, its impact, and how it will impact the future. Submissions should be supplemented with a creative component, such as a video, painting, drawing, or collage that highlights the project.

The 911 Promise Scholarship

Award Amount: $15,000
Deadline: March 15
Scholarship Description: The 9/11 Promise provides scholarships to qualified children of first responders and military service members who have been killed or injured and are unable to hold employment. Applicants must be children of a fallen first responder or military service member or children of a first responder or military service member certified as not being able to work. Children must currently be under the age of 25 and must have a high school diploma or equivalency, or in the final year of high school or currently enrolled at or accepted to pursue trade, undergraduate or graduate studies at an accredited trade school, college or university.

Don't Mess with Texas Scholarship

Award Amount: $5,000
Deadline: March 31
Scholarship Description: The Don't mess with Texas Scholarship recognizes the achievements of high school seniors who have taken a leadership role to prevent litter in their school and/or community. Any Texas high school senior planning to pursue a two- or four-year degree at an accredited college or university next year and currently attending public, private, or home school in Texas may apply.

The Charles & Lucille King Family Foundation Scholarship

Award Amount: $3,500
Deadline: April 1
Scholarship Description: Charles & Lucille King Family Foundation Scholarships are awarded to juniors and seniors majoring in television and film at accredited four-year, degree-granting U.S. colleges, and universities.

Create Real Impact Scholarship

Award Amount: $1,500
Deadline: March 19
Scholarship Description: To apply for the Create Real Impact Scholarship, create an original work showcasing your idea for a solution or strategy to fix the very real problem of reckless and distracted driving. Enter your innovative and effective solutions and strategies to end the deadly epidemic of reckless and distracted driving in one of the four categories: writing, art, music, or video. The contest is open to students ages 14-22.

ULINE Scholarship

Award Amount: $5,000
Deadline: March 20
Scholarship Description: The Black Girl 44 Scholarship was created by former Obama White House alum Deesha Dyer and includes contributions from more than 55 Black/African-American women who worked in the Obama White House. This private and independent initiative will award three $1,500 scholarships to Black/African-American women college students who have earned a Washington, D.C. internship that relates to policy, community engagement, community service, advocacy, global relations or politics.

Brittany Bowers Beauty & Brains Scholarship

Award Amount: $1,500
Deadline: March 25
Scholarship Description Applicants for the Brittany Bowers Beauty & Brains Scholarship must be high school senior, minority females who attend school in Davidson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson Counties and who have been accepted into a four-year college/university.

Flag House Scholarship Award and Essay Contest

Award Amount: $1,812
Deadline: March 27
Scholarship Description: The Star-Spangled Banner Flag House in Baltimore Maryland is a National Historic Landmark and the historic home of Mary Pickersgill, the craftswoman of the Star-Spangled Banner Flag that flew over Ft.McHenry during the War of 1812 and inspired Francis Scott Key's words to the National Anthem. On Flag Day, Friday, June 14th, the Flag House will award the seventh annual Flag House Scholar Award and a scholarship in the amount of $1,812 to a Maryland high school senior to put toward the college of his/her choice. Please visit the scholarship provider's website for exact essay requirements.

Donald A. Williams Soil Conservation Scholarship

Award Amount: $1,000
Deadline: April 24
Scholarship Description: The Donald A. Williams Soil Conservation Scholarship provides financial assistance to members of SWCS who are currently employed, but who wish to improve their technical or administrative competence in a conservation-related field through coursework at an accredited college or through a program of special study. Must demonstrate financial need and completed at least one year of full-time employment in a natural resource conservation endeavor.

Knowledge Is Key Scholarship

Award Amount: $1,000
Deadline: March 30
Scholarship Description: The Knowledge Is Key scholarship rewards a scholarship to any individual in the U.S. who is looking to attend college. Those who demonstrate the desire to serve others through community service are highly encouraged to apply.

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Tom  on  3/8/2020 8:05:25 AM commented:

Where are the scholarships exclusively for white men? White men have been a minortiy on universities for several decades, now they routinely are the target of discrimination form professors and universtiy faculties by giving special treatment to women and minorities, yet despite all that there are still zero scholarships for white men.

HUSSAIN IFTIKHAR  on  3/6/2020 3:51:45 PM commented:

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HUSSAIN IFTIKHAR  on  3/6/2020 3:51:09 PM commented:

i have bacholar degree(d-pharm) , Now i want master admission(pharmacuitics or pharmacology) with scholarships

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