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The   Voyager Scholarship was implemented by the Obamas in partnership with Brian Chesky, Co-founder and CEO of Airbnb, who donated $100 million to this program. The mission of this scholarship is to help students pursue careers in public service and solve some of our world’s greatest challenges. The Voyager Scholarship provides students access to education and travel opportunities to help expand their horizons and bring about significant change. During this scholarship’s first year, and it is estimated that 100 college juniors will receive up to $50,000 to cover tution and educational expenses, plus up to $30,000 in international travel stipends and credits. Recipients have the option to renew as seniors.

The Obama-Chesky Voyager Scholarship for Public Service

May 18, 2022
by Liz Montenegro
The Voyager Scholarship was implemented by the Obamas in partnership with Brian Chesky, Co-founder and CEO of Airbnb, who donated $100 million to this program. The mission of this scholarship is to
How much of your daily life relies on technology? From social media apps and online shopping to ordering prescriptions from the pharmacy (hello, medical records!), we store our personal information into many digital platforms on numerous devices without thinking twice. Since we need to be sure that the information we share online remains secure and private, companies are looking to hire an increasing number of individuals, called information systems analysts or cybersecurity specialists, who can come up with innovative solutions to online security issues. However, there is also a need for more representation of women and people of color in this growing field. Does this sound like an interesting career? Read more to discover  cybersecurity scholarships to help you build your career and graduate with less debt.

Cybersecurity Scholarships for Women & Minorities

March 30, 2022
by Liz Montenegro
How much of your daily life relies on technology? From social media apps and online shopping to ordering prescriptions from the pharmacy (hello, medical records!), we store our personal information
What is 4-H? 
Reaching over 6 million children and teens nationwide, 4-H is America’s largest youth development organization. Founded over 100 years ago, 4-H offers a wide variety of programs for young people in the areas of science, agriculture, health and civic engagement. Currently, there is at least one type of 4-H program available in every county and parish across the U.S.

4-H Youth In Action Scholarship

March 23, 2022
by Liz Montenegro
What is 4-H? Reaching over 6 million children and teens nationwide, 4-H is America’s largest youth development organization. Founded over 100 years ago, 4-H offers a wide variety of programs for
Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to get those creative juices flowing and express to your loved ones how you feel about them. If you’re an English major, there’s a good chance that you probably express yourself best through the written word. But on the flip side, you’re probably also tired of hearing the nagging question from friends and family, “What are you going to do with an English degree?” I’ve got great news for you!

14 High-Paying Careers for English Majors

February 11, 2022
by Liz Montenegro
Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to get those creative juices flowing and express to your loved ones how you feel about them. If you’re an English major, there’s a good chance that you probably
While the debate over the effectiveness of standardized test scores continues, one school has decided to do away with the tests as part of their application process. Vermont school Saint Michael's College announced Tuesday that its applicants will no longer need to include their SAT results as part of the school's admissions process. Students will be evaluated on other criteria instead, including their high school academic records, leadership and service work, and extracurricular activities, among other factors.

Saint Michael's College Drops SAT Requirement

April 7, 2010
by Scholarships.com Staff
While the debate over the effectiveness of standardized test scores continues, one school has decided to do away with the tests as part of their application process. Vermont school Saint Michael's
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