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5 Scholarships for Students in Ohio

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Ohio has a host of nicknames. The Buckeye State, the Mother of Presidents, Birthplace of Aviation, and the Heart of it All. If you’re lucky enough to call Ohio home, take a look at some of these unique scholarships. Beat the Odds Program Amount: $5,000 Deadline: Varies (Opens Fall 2020) The Children Defense Fund of …

3 Scholarships for Culinary Arts Majors

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The United States is known for many things worldwide, both positive and negative, but one thing that remains constant through all lenses is our culinary diversity. Whether it’s seafood and gumbo in New Orleans, pizza and deli sandwiches in New York, steak in Chicago, or sushi in San Francisco, our country has held steadfast to …

5 Scholarships for Students in Texas

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The Lone Star State. It’s indisputably one of the most iconic state nicknames, high on the list with New York (the Empire State) and California (the Golden State). However, while New York and California’s nicknames reflect a desire to lead, to convince others of their state’s glory, Texas’s moniker shouts clearly that they are independent, …

Scholarships for Students in the Military

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The late Tom Clancy, a famed thriller novelist, once was asked his opinion on the educational opportunities provided to our troops. His response: “The people who wear our uniform and carry our rifles into combat are our kids, and our job is to support them because they’re protecting us”. No matter your opinion on individual …

5 Scholarships for Students in the Midwest

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The American Midwest is one of the more fascinating regions in the United States, due to its unique mix of noteworthy qualities. The Midwest has a diverse mash-up of natural wonder, large cities such as Chicago, Cleveland, and St. Louis, historical significance, great food, and even devoted sports fan bases. The boundaries–generally thought of as …

5 Scholarships for Students in Maine

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The northern and easternmost state in the contiguous “lower forty-eight” lies on a craggy outcropping of coastline, directly bordering Canada and the icy waters of the North Atlantic. The state of Maine is known for many reasons, nearly all of them complimentary. Nicknamed “The Pine Tree State,” Maine is renowned for its natural beauty, with …

5 Scholarships for Students in Hawaii

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Hawaii, known also as the Aloha State, was the 50th and final state to join the USA. Serving as the northernmost island group of Polynesia, Hawaii is also home to beautiful beaches, active volcanoes, and diverse wildlife. If you’re lucky enough to call this state home or plan to attend school there, take a look …

5 Scholarships for Criminal Justice Majors

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Criminal Justice is a broad field that includes: law, criminal investigation, law enforcement, criminology, and other related areas. If you’re a Criminal Justice major, take a look below at just a few criminal justice scholarships available. George A. Strait Minority Scholarship Amount: Varies Deadline: April 1, 2020 This scholarship awards minority students who have extensive law …

5 Scholarships for Students in Delaware

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Delaware is a unique state with many nicknames–The Small Wonder, Blue Hen State, the Diamond State, and given its status as the first state to ratify the US Constitution, the First State. As one of the thirteen original colonies, it is a place full of history. If you call Delaware home or plan to attend …

5 Scholarships for History Majors

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While a history major may not be the most common student you’ll encounter on a college campus, they play a vital role in our society. An obvious career path is a historian, but there are also other careers such as lawyers, politicians, writers, and teachers. The world we live in is complex, and sometimes the …