Three Random Scholarships

For the Free-Spirited College Student

Do colleges expenses have you worried? Are you tired of that poor student stereotype? Could you use a boost in your college fund? If you’ve said yes to any of these questions, that means you could use a few easy scholarships to help you out (also, my telepathy powers are working fine). Scroll down this page and apply to each of these general easy scholarships. Details on how to apply are below, however, more complete instructions are on the hosting site. Make sure you read all the instructions and rules before you enter.

AT&T Internet and Education Scholarship: Write the best essay on how technology helps you be a better student, and win $1,000. Apply by June 22, 2014, if you have a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. Incoming college freshmen must have taken the SAT or ACT within the last academic year. The college you are attending must be accredited and listed on the official website of the U.S. Department of Education. You must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident to enter. Employees of AT&T and their families may not apply.

$1,000 PicMonkey College Scholarship: Do you like to take pictures? If so, this might be an easy scholarship for you to get. PicMonkey is awarding $1,000 to the student writes the best essay describing what moves them to take pictures. There are two things you need to do to apply – first take their survey. Next, select which of two questions you’d like to address in your essay and write between 400-500 words answering that question. You must apply by May 31, 2014. To be eligible, you must be a U.S. citizen or resident, and either a graduating high school senior, or a current college freshman student. PicMonkey employees and their immediate relatives are not eligible to apply.

2014 Savvy Saver Scholarship: is offering this great opportunity to win $2,500! To win this scholarship, you are required to write a 400-750 word essay on financial responsibility. How did you learn to be financially responsible? Who taught you? To be eligible for the 2014 Savvy Saver Scholarship, you must be at least 18 years old, and be a legal U.S. resident. also requires you to be enrolled in an accredited college or university. You may submit your essay between March 6, and December 15, 2014. You must write in English, and be careful to check everything before you submit your writing. There are no opportunities to change your essay once you have submitted it. Employees of and their relatives are not eligible.

If one of these easy scholarships sounds like something you’d like to try, click on the scholarship title for more information.


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