How do you find an easy scholarship?
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And here are seven easy scholarship applications that you can use to increase your chances of receiving free money for college. Not only are they easy to qualify for, quick to complete, and occasionally fun to do, but each has the chance of helping you significantly cut down on your annual college costs.
1. No Essay College Scholarship
No essay? No problem! While many scholarships require students to write an essay in order to qualify, the $2,000 Sallie Mae Scholarship Sweepstakes awards $2,000 each month to a random high school or college student just for filling out the application.footnote 1 How easy is that?
2. Tall Clubs International scholarship
For the vertically fortunate, the weather up there is sunny with a chance of easy scholarships! As the name suggests, the Tall Clubs International scholarship is given to multiple college-bound students who are exceptionally tall—at least 5’10” for women and 6’2” for men. So, if you qualify simply for being that tall, “heighten” your chances of receiving more financial aid in your first year of college by applying for this one.
3. Left-handed scholarships
Left is always right when it comes to qualifying for scholarships. And yes, it’s true—if you are left-handed, you can easily qualify for several scholarships just because you’re a lefty. Although each left-handed scholarship has its own individual criteria for applying, the Andrew Macrina Scholarship Fund, provided through the American Culinary Federation, has a scholarship for left-handed high school students who’ve been admitted to an accredited culinary or pastry arts program. And the MRCA Foundation Left-Handed Scholarship looks for students pursuing careers in the trade, architecture, engineering, industrial design, or construction fields.
4. Don’t Text and Drive Scholarship
We all know not to text and drive. So, why not get free money for it? To qualify for the Don’t Text and Drive Scholarship, simply complete an easy online application and write a 140-character pledge to not text and drive by the deadline of September 30 (coinciding with No Texting while Driving Day). Finalists will be selected and asked to write an essay on the topic, with the best essay taking home the $1,000 scholarship!
5. Zombie Apocalypse Scholarship
Have you ever envisioned how you would survive the zombie apocalypse? If you're a zombie fan, the Zombie Apocalypse Scholarship is a “no brainer.” To qualify for this scholarship, simply write a 250-word statement outlining how you would survive the zombie apocalypse. Not only could you be selected to receive $2,000 for college, but you get to let your imagination run wild.
6. Too Cool to Pay for School Scholarship
Paying for school isn’t cool, but the $1,000 Too Cool to Pay for School Scholarship is! For the chance to receive one of four $1,000 awards (given quarterly), just submit a quick and easy scholarship application with your contact information.
7. 10 Things You Love About You Scholarship
Many scholarships ask applicants to describe the one reason why they should be selected to receive the scholarship. However, since you’re amazing, just one reason simply won’t do. So, check out the Top Ten List Scholarship! For a chance to win $1,500, write a list of the top ten reasons why you should be selected to receive the scholarship.
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