Apr 03, 2017 10:41 AM EDT
Students who are worried about how they can finance their college education will be happy to learn that there are a lot of scholarship opportunities available for them. Here are some that will have a deadline in April.
The Voice for Animal High School Scholarship awards students who promotes the best way possible how to treat animals humanely. The student who get chosen receive a total prize of up to $5900.
The Operation Dough Nation Scholarship is available to students who live in the Western Pennsylvania. The scholarship is sponsored by Panera Bread which awards two college bound students a $5000 scholarship each.
There are three scholarships which got an April 15 deadline - Dollars 4 Tic Scholars College Scholarship, College Jumpstart Scholarship Program, and Anthony J. Vecchio Creative Scholarship.
Dollars 4 Tic awards $1000 to students with Tourette Syndrome, a neurological disorder characterized by involuntary tics. The Jumpstart Scholarship awards students $1000 worth of scholarship while the Anthony J. Vecchio Creative Scholarship gives $1500 to students who finished a project related to criminal justice.
There are two scholarship awards due on April 21. The first one is the Signet Classics Student Scholarship Essay Contest, which awards students who have read the Tempest, with $1,000. The second one is the Damage Prevention Committee of Miss Utility Scholarship, which awards students in the Maryland and Washington, D.C. areas with $1,000 worth of scholarship each.
The Charles Harbin III Memorial Scholarship is due on April 22. It awards students up to $1500 worth of scholarship. However, this is only available to students who live in Georgia.
The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Construction Management Association of America Scholarship awards $3000 worth of scholarship to students who want to pursue a degree in construction engineering. However, the student must be a resident of Delaware, Pennsylvania or New Jersey.
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