The Family Travel Forum is looking for students to blog about family vacations. If your vacation has been exceptionally good, bad or just funny, they want you to share your experience with them.
National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) Scholarship Program is for students who plan to study culinary arts, restaurant management, or some other foodservice related major. To be a successful candidate you need to write a personal statement about your career goals in the restaurant/foodservice industry and have industry related experience. Community service or leadership roles will be considered as well.
The “From Failure to Promise” Essay Contest is open to high school seniors, undergraduate, and graduate students.
To compete, you must write an essay of at least 1000 words that addresses the following questions:
For young people dealing with the stress of a lymphoma (a cancer of the lymphocytes, cells that form part of the immune system) it is a challenge to deal with frequent medical visits for chemotherapy, radiation and followup. The Ryan Mullaly Second Chance Fund is a non-profit corporation offering scholarship assistance to young people who are battling this disease.
The Language Learning Scholarship Contest will be awarded to one student with the most thought-provoking and well-reasoned essay.
Select one of the two topics listed below, then write a responsive essay, 500 word minimum and 1000 word maximum.
The Lincoln Forum Student Scholarships program is offered to elementary and high school students with an interest in Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War. To participate, you must submit a letter demonstrating your interest in Lincoln. Although there is no financial award, three students will selected to attend an annual meeting of the Lincoln Forum held in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
If you’re a documentary photographer and you’re looking to undertake a project and to raise your profile in the international photography community, the Ian Perry Scholarship.
Ian Parry was a photojournalist at the beginning of his career, when he was tragically killed while on assignment for The Sunday Times in December 1989.
To enter you must:
We the Living was published in 1936 and was the first novel published by Ayn Rand. The book deals with the the struggle between the individual and the state and was an early statement by Ayn Rand against communism. The essay contest asks high school students in the 10th through 12th grade to write about the book in an essay of 700 to 1500 words.
Select ONE of the following three topics:
To celebrate Jewish Heritage Week the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York is sponsoring The Toby Nussbaum Jewish Heritage-NY2013 Writing Contest for students in the New York City school system. To enter you must write 250 to 300 words about the current year's theme. See the webpage for more details.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration has a Nursing Scholarship Program.
You must be enrolled or admitted to an accredited nursing program in order to be eligible.
To compete in the Student Video Contest on the Forms of Energy prepare a three to seven minute video (VHS or DVD) on positive aspects of the various forms of energy, including nuclear energy. The video can be staged as a short play, commercial, news broadcast, talk show, music video, documentary, etc.
Any U.S. middle or high school can apply.
If you are a leader who has played a significant role in an environmental or social project, you may be eligible for the Brower Youth Award. You must also live in North America and be between the ages of 13 and 22.
The program seeks outstanding leaders who have played a major role in creating, organizing and implementing a project or campaign.
The Phyllis G. Meekins Scholarship (doc) is a scholarship, given by the LPGA Foundation, to a female high school senior from a recognized minority background who will be attending college full-time and playing collegiate golf at an accredited college or university in the United States.
The UCB Family Epilepsy Scholarship Program provides funding for people living with epilepsy and their family members, and/or caregivers who demonstrate academic and personal achievement.
The scholarship applicants will be evaluated on their personal excellence, community achievements and determination to overcome seizures that interrupt daily life.
The scholarship can be used for colleges, graduate schools and technical schools.
Whether you’re interested in baking, pastry, culinary arts or some other aspect of food or hospitality management, the James Beard Foundation School Scholarships may be for you. Fourteen US and international schools are participating in this culinary scholarship and each program is somewhat different in both the amount of tuition waiver and what programs of study are eligible. Check the Culinary Schools Scholarship list (pdf) for more details.&