Le Petit Scholarship Competition Instructions
Who: Any student enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program in the Fall, Spring, or summer semesters at any university or college in the United States.
What: Two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded, one each semester
When: Submission deadlines are December 15 and May 15 every year
How: Email your essay of 400 words or more to LeScholarship@gmail.com
Two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded each year to students enrolled in the Fall, Spring, or Summer semesters at any accredited American college, university or institution of higher education. We're aiming to give back by helping you relieve some of your financial burdens so that you can better focus on class; use this award towards tuition or books, fraternity or sorority dues, rent or mortgage, or even to buy your loved one a gift for helping you cram for that final last semester.
How do I apply?
Applicants should email your essay of 400 words or more to LeScholarship@gmail.com. Be sure that your essay includes your name, email address, and phone number so that we can notify the winners. All submitted applications become the property of the sponsor, lepetitsoldat.com, and may be reprinted. Only one entry per applicant. Two exceptional essays will be chosen, one for each semester. Choose from any of the following topics:
1) Who do you consider the most inspirational military leader, and why?
2) What was the most incredible military victory of ancient times, and why?
3) What was the most incredible military victory of medieval times, and why?
4) Which is your favorite Napoleonic battle, and why?
5) What was the most incredible military victory of World War I or World War II, and why?
6) Semper Fidelis, the motto of the United States Marine Corps, is Latin for “Always Faithful”. What does this motto mean to you?
Submission Deadlines: December 15 and May 15, annually
Award Dates: January 15 and June 15, annually
Offered by L.A. Tutors, the “Innovation in Education Scholarship” is an opportunity for students to win $500 to be used for college tuition, books, on-campus room and board, and other fees.
All submissions must be uploaded no later than 11:59 pm PST on the 20th of each month. The submission window closes starting the 21st and will reopen on the 1st at 8:00 a.m.
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California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science (COSMOS) is a four-week summer residential program that gives high school students who have demonstrated skills within STEM subjects (science, technology, mathematics and engineering) opportunities to explore beyond their usual high school curriculum.
Students are able to work on advanced topics with renowned faculty members, scientists and researchers as well as experience state-of-the-art lab environments and facilities.
Participants will also have the opportunity to take university-level courses and gain an awareness of both educational and career options within the STEM fields.
The students attending the program live in campus housing with other program participants. Full and partial scholarships are available.
Learn more about California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science.
Future engineering students are encouraged to apply for scholarships from the Florida Engineering Society. Every eligible applicant will be considered for both the Florida Engineering Society statewide scholarship and the local FES Scholarship. Students interested in scholarships offered by the Florida Engineering Society should visit our web page at http://www.fleng.org/scholarships.cfm. There, they should download the scholarship application and instructions.
The application is in the form of an Excel spreadsheet which the student should complete by entering all of the requested data into the spreadsheet (note the various worksheet tabs) and save the file to a FLASH/Jump Drive.
Applications should include the following items:
1. A FLASH/Jump Drive with their completed Excel spreadsheet application. Flash Drive will not be returned.
2. A hard copy of their completed and signed high school scholarship application Certification Page.
3. A copy of their transcripts (sealed in envelope) that include their class standing (if the transcripts do not list their class standing for the last completed semester then a signed letter from the principal or guidance
counselor stating the size of the class and the student’s standing in it will be acceptable).
4. A copy of any IB and/or AP exam results and a copy of their SAT/ACT test scores.
Submit these items to the following address by February 13, 2015:
Douglas M. Davis
Florida Engineering Society, North East Florida
c/o Fletcher Management Company
1548 The Greens Way, Suite 4
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
Discover Leadership: A Social Entrepreneurship Experience at Emory
Discover Leadership is a five-day, four-night summer leadership experience focused on social entrepreneurship where rising junior and rising senior high school students gain valuable leadership skills that will prepare them to be highly competitive college applicants/students! The program is coordinated by Emory's Office of Student Leadership and Service. At Discover Leadership, participants will work with Emory faculty, staff, administrators, alumni and students to explore leadership skills while gaining hands-on experience in the Atlanta community.
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