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College Prep Scholarship Application:

available online at www.questbridge.org and is due March 29, 2011. You can visit our website for more information on our selection criteria as well as educator-specific resources.

Through our free application, students are eligible for multiple awards including full scholarships to college summer programs, all-expense-paid visits to QuestBridge partner colleges, and individualized college admissions counseling by experienced QuestBridge staff members. We also hold two College Admissions Conferences in the spring of each year – one at Yale University and one at Stanford University. In total, we are offering more than 1,000 awards.

Scholarships for Juniors!
**1)** AFA Teens for Alzheimer's Awareness College Scholarship:
For college-bound high school juniors and seniors. Applicants need to write an essay on Alzheimer, and one winner gets the grand prize of $5,000.
(www.afateens.org)
2) Coca-Cola Scholarships:
For college-bound high school students. The scholarship is $25,000, and one award is given each year.
(www.ncaa.com/collegebound)
3) Best Buy Scholarship:
For college-bound high school students with strong academic background and community service. 60 awards of $1,000 to $25,000 are available.
(www.bestbuy.com)
4) The Fountainhead Essay Contest
For high school students who participate in an essay contest on the novel Fountainhead by Ayn Rand. 236 scholarships are available, each worth $10,000.
(www.aynrand.org)
5) Signet Classics Scholarship:
For high school juniors and seniors writing an essay on one of the four topics determined by the committee every year. 5 scholarships of 1,000 each are available.
(us.penguingroup.com)
6) NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund:
For all high school students participating in a writing contest. 1 award of $4,000 is available.
(www.nradefensefund.org/writingcontest.aspx)
7) American Legion National High School Oratorical Contest:
For high school students enrolled in public, parochial, military, private, or state accredited home schools. Several scholarships of up to $18,000 are available.
(www.legion.org)
8) Bank of America Scholarships:
For junior or senior high school students who are able to participate in an 8-week paid internship program in Washington, DC. Number and amount of awards vary.
(www.bankofamerica.com/foundation)
9) America's Junior Miss Scholarship Program:
For college-bound high school girls. Several awards of varying amounts are available each year for female students participating in a number of contests.
(www.ajm.org)
10) McKelvey Entrepreneurial E-Scholarship:
For young entrepreneurs across the USA. 100 scholarships of $10,000 are available.
(www.mckelveyfoundation.org)
11) NetAid Global Action Scholarships:
For high school students in the United States who are willing to build a brighter future for the poorest people in the world. 4 awards of $5,000 each are available.
(www.netaid.org)
12) Toyota Community Scholars Award:
For high school students who are nominated by their high school. The high schools should have a good record of academic success. Several scholarships are available at $20,000 each.
(www.toyota.com/about/community/education)
13) AXA Achievement Community Scholarships:
For high school students with high ambition and drive, determination to reach goals, respect for self, family and community and possession of ability to succeed in college. 350 scholarships of $2,000 each are given.
(www.axa-achievement.com)
14) American Planning Association High School Essay Contest:
For high school juniors and seniors writing an essay on certain topics. 11 scholarships of $5,000 each are available.
(www.planning.org/essay)
15) National Vocabulary Competition:
For high school students between ages of 13 to 19. Applicants should take the National Qualifying Exam. 50 finalists win a trip to the championship finals. The scholarship amount is $40,000.
(www.winwithwords.com)
16) Annual Poster Contest for High School Students:
For all high school students grades 9 through 12. Several awards of $100-$1000 are available.
(www.christophers.org)
17) Outstanding Students of America Scholarships:
For high school students who have a minimum GPA of 3.00 who demonstrate excellent commitment to community services. Several scholarships of $1000 are available.
(www.outstandingstudentsofamerica.com)
18) Courageous Persuaders Scholarships:
For high school students who create a 30-second TV commercial targeted at middle school students warning them of dangers of underage alcohol. 7 awards of $500 to $3000 are available.
(www.courageouspersuaders.com)
19) Siemens Westinghouse Competition:
For all high school students competing in the team contest and for only seniors competing in the individual contest. Several scholarships of $1000 to $100000 are available.
(www.siemensfoundation.org/en/competition.htm)
20) Young Naturalist Scholarship:
For students in grade 7 through grade 12 willing to conduct original research in several areas such as biology, astronomy, and earth science. 12 scholarships of $2200 each are available.
(www.amnh.org/nationalcenter/youngnaturalistawards)
21) National High School Poetry Contest:
For all high school students who submit an original, unpublished poem of less than 20 lines. Several awards of up to $1500 available.
(www.highschoolpoetrycontest.com)
22) Holocaust Remembrance Project Essay Contest:
For high school students in the United States and Mexico who are 19 years old or younger. Students must submit an essay. 30 awards of $100 to $5000 are available.
(www.holocaust.hklaw.com)
23) You can Make a Difference Scholarship:
For high school students who have a desire to make a difference with technology. Students must submit a proposal for a software project that will benefit a charity organization. Several awards of up to $5000 are available.
(no website)
24) Eco-Hero Award:
For high school students who show environmental awareness. Students must work on a project that show environmental concerns.
(www.actionfornature.org/eco-hero)
25) Angel Soft Angels in Action Scholarship:
For students between the ages of 8 and 18 who perform service and dedication to their community or a cause. 11 awards of $2500 to $20000 are available.
(www.angelsoft.com/angels_in_action.html)
26) The American and Pacific Islander Scholarship Fund (APIASF Scholarship):
For students of Asian or Pacific Islander ethnicity who are getting enrolled full time in a four- or two-year college or university. Several awards of $2000 are available.
(www.apiasf.org)
27) National Peace Essay Contest:
For high school students in grades nine through twelve who are attending a public, private or parochial school. Several awards of $1000 to $10000 are available.
(www.usip.org/ed/npec/)