2. Young people spend an average of 7.5 hours a day consuming media, excluding computer use for schoolwork, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. With technology always at the ready at your fingertips, it can be a challenge to unplug. But taking a break from technology is healthy for both the mind and body. The purpose of the Technology Addiction Awareness Scholarship is to help you understand the negative effects of too much screen time.
Deadline: January 30, 2019
3. The Create-A-Greeting Card Scholarship Contest is open to currently enrolled high school and college students in the United States. To enter, you must design a holiday, get well, or birthday greeting card featuring an original photo, artwork, or computer graphic.
Deadline: March 1, 2019
4. Annie’s strives to make a positive impact through the foods we make, and we know we can’t change the food system alone. Through our scholarship program, we are thrilled to support students who share our mission to leave the planet better than we found it by advancing the principles of regenerative agriculture. If you’re an undergraduate or graduate student studying organic and/or regenerative agriculture, we’d love to hear more about who you are, the work you’re doing, and the vision you have for a better future. Applications open January 15, 2019.
Deadline: March 15, 2019
5. Are you simple and sweet like vanilla, classic yet unpredictable like chocolate chip, or a little nutty like pistachio? Whatever the flavor or reasons may be, we want to know what ice cream flavor best reflects your personality and why. July is National Ice Cream Month, and we need a little help picking out a “Flavor of the Month” for our famous ice cream scholarship. Tell us all about your ice cream flavor, and you could scoop up a sweet $1,500 scholarship.
Deadline: July 31, 2019
6. The GET IT (Girls Exploring Together–IT) scholarship program encourages talented female students to continue their higher education and ultimately help Michigan become the No. 1 state for girls and women in technology. Each applicant must be enrolled during the grant period in a full-time undergraduate or graduate degree program in a majors such as information systems, computer science, computer engineering, software engineering, computer information systems, digital forensics and software engineering. This is not a complete list, but rather serves to provide examples. Applicant must maintain program requirements and will be subject to verification.
Deadline: January 31, 2019