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We found 47 awards.

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Level of Study - High School
Award Type - Prize
Award Name Level Of Study Award Type Award
Amount
Deadline
"$1,000 A Portrait of You" Monthly Scholarship
Organization: Recruit Connect Inc.

Purpose: To recognize an outstanding student currently enrolled in high school or college.
Associate Degree
Bachelor's Degree
High School
Professional Development
Vocational
Grant
Prize
Scholarship
$1,000
January
Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest
Organization: Ayn Rand Institute

Purpose: To encourage students to use and practice their writing skills through essay contests.
Bachelor's Degree
Graduate Degree
High School
Prize
$100
$500
$2,500
$25,000
January
Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Awards
Organization: Jewish Community Federation

Purpose: To support community engagement among Jewish-identified youth who are demonstrating outstanding leadership skills and conducting independent community service projects in the spirit of tikkun olam (repair the world).
Associate Degree
Bachelor's Degree
High School
Prize
Scholarship
$36,000
January
MIT THINK Scholars Program
Organization: MIT THINK

Purpose: To recognize the work of talented high school students that have demonstrated exceptional innovation and motivation in designing science or engineering projects.
High School
Fellowship
Grant
Prize
Scholarship
$1,000
January
CAA National Capital Region Writing Contests
Organization: Canadian Authors Association-Ottawa Branch

Purpose: To provide funds for written article(s) of an individual.
Associate Degree
Bachelor's Degree
Graduate Degree
High School
Professional Development
Vocational
Prize
Scholarship

February
Women of Distinction Network
Organization: Women of Distinction Network

Purpose: Women of Distinction Network will provide five young ladies with a brand new laptop computer that rewards students who have made a positive change in their lives.
Bachelor's Degree
High School
Prize
$350
February
AFSA High School Essay Contest
Organization: American Foreign Service Association

Purpose: This is the flagship program of AFSA's outreach efforts to high school students. AFSA has partnered with the United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Semester at Sea (SAS) and the National Student Leadership Conference (NSLC) to make this contest a rewarding and educational experience for thousands of students. AFSA's annual contest has challenged high school students, whose parents are not members of the Foreign Service, from around the nation to explore and research some of the most difficult questions related to the Foreign Service and American diplomacy.
High School
Prize
Scholarship
$1,250
$2,500
March
College-Bound Award
Organization: Lighthouse Guild International

Purpose: To recognize high school seniors or recent high school graduates for outstanding accomplishments and to provide them with financial assistance to pursue their academic goals.
High School
Prize
Scholarship
$10,000
March
Toptal Scholarships for Women
Organization: Toptal, LLC

Purpose: The scholarship program is open to anyone with a passion for changing the future, and we welcome applicants from all majors and academic standings.
Associate Degree
Bachelor's Degree
Graduate Degree
High School
Professional Development
Vocational
Prize
$10,000
March
Williams Chorale Bacardi Fallon Scholarships
Organization: The Williams Chorale

Purpose: To help area high school juniors or seniors in their pursuit of a musical education.
High School
Prize
Scholarship

March