Category Archives: Talent-Based Scholarships

Capture the Dream Single Parent Scholarship

Capture the Dream Single Parent Scholarship

Capture the Dream, Inc., founded in 2006, by Janine Lee, after working closely with a low-income single mother and daughter, as a free babysitter to help alleviate the financial burden associated with the mother’s current socio-economic circumstances. After some years of promoting her newly found passion for community service through her pageantry, she decided to… Read More »

Dr. Martin Luther King Scholarship

Dr. Martin Luther King Scholarship

The American Correction Association (ACA), founded in 1870 as the National Prison Association, is the oldest Association affiliated with the correctional profession of which President Rutherford B. Hayes was the first President. In fact, the Declaration of Principles developed at that first meeting in 1870 have become the standard guideline for the US and Europe… Read More »

Life Gets Better Scholarships (Florida A&M)

Life Gets Better Scholarship

Florida A&M, founded in 1887 and located in Tallahassee, Florida is the only black university in the state and one of the largest in the country. FAMU is a comprehensive institution offering degrees from bachelors to doctorates. There are 62 different bachelor’s degrees, 36 master’s degrees and 11 doctoral degree programs offered with a total… Read More »

Lincoln Legal Professionals Association Scholarship

Lincoln Legal Professionals Association Scholarship

If you’re considering becoming a paralegal or other legal support professional, you probably know that the Nebraska Labor Department predicted a job growth increase of over 17% in the area of legal support professionals. Also, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics Local Area Unemployment Statistics, students of legal support studies living in Nebraska… Read More »

Eagle Scout Scholarships

Eagle Scout Scholarships

Most high school students know the importance of being involved in extracurricular activities and service organizations in order to demonstrate on college and scholarship applications that they are well-rounded and exceptional applicants.  Students can end up putting a significant amount of time, energy, and resources into these extracurriculars, including money for uniforms and trips, time… Read More »

National Merit Scholarship

National Merit Scholarship

The National Merit Scholarship was first established in 1955 to provide students with the opportunity to get a higher education. The National Merit Scholarship Corporation or the NMSC is responsible for offering the scholarship and is considered a non-profit organization, which means all funds are directly donated and the program does not receive any government… Read More »

Critical Language Scholarship

Critical Language Scholarship

The Critical Language Scholarship, often shortened to CLS, is a special scholarship that provides students with the opportunity to expand their language learning. In fact, the program is considered a fully-funded cultural immersion and overseas language exploration for students who plan to master any critical language. The scholarship is designed to help students, both graduate… Read More »