There are a few college scholarships that are due on the 1st of May. You need to hurry to apply for these college scholarships on-time. They can be very useful, and helpful to use towards your college tuition.
Griswold Home Care is a home care services company that is mission-driven, and its headquarters is just outside Philadelphia. They celebrate, educate and advocate the choice to remain independent at home. Jean Griswold is the founder of Griswold Home Care. Jean founded the company in 1982 after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, and seeing a need for home care in her community. The company offers a $1000 college scholarship to a qualified student that is pursuing an associate’s degree, or a bachelor’s degree at an accredited college. The deadline to apply for this scholarship is May 1st, and the requirements are that you are currently enrolled in a higher education program or that you’re a high school senior and have plans to enroll the next year.
The second scholarship program is from CollegeClasses.com. It’s called the 2014 “Breaking Down the Barrier” Scholarship. A $500 scholarship will be awarded to an applicant that is pursuing a degree in any field. It can be a Bachelor’s, Associate’s, Master’s, or Doctoral degree. They may be studying in these areas: Culinary Arts; Education & Teaching; Art & Design; Business; Engineering; Healthcare & Nursing; Law & Justice; Psychology; Vocational & Trade; Humanities & Sciences; Technology; IT; and Human Services. You must be a legal resident of the United States to be eligible. You also must be 16 years of age, or older at the time of the application. In order to be eligible, you must also be enrolled in a degree program, or applying for enrollment. If you are selected as the winner then you must allow CollegeClasses.com to display your name, photo and educational aspirations. The deadline is also May 1st.
The third scholarship is from Dutch Crafters. They are offering three scholarships of $500 each. They pay the full amount in two increments of $250 each. One will be for the first semester, and the other will be for the second. The scholarships will be sent directly to the school, and are only for undergraduate study. You must be enrolled, or accepted for enrollment for full-time at an accredited 4 year undergraduate institution in the United States. You must be a legal resident of the United States, and have achieved at least a 3.0 in high school. You also must have applied for federal financial aid in 2013. The deadline for all of the above college scholarships is May 1st.