20 Great STEM Scholarships You Can Apply for in 2019

STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. STEM Scholarships are a form of financial assistance and do not usually need to be repaid.

There are plenty of STEM-related jobs available but not enough qualified applicants to fill those jobs. In an effort to increase the number of qualified workers in the workforce, many companies, organizations and foundations provide STEM scholarships to encourage students to purse STEM majors. There are STEM Scholarships specifically to help women and underrepresented students succeed in these traditionally underrepresented disciplines.

STEM awards and scholarships range in value from $500-$15,000 or more. Students who apply for STEM Scholarships must be enrolled in a major or program related to the STEM fields. Some STEM scholarships may accept applicants in different majors such as business or literature and will have specific eligibility requirements and deadlines. You can find specific eligibility requirements on the scholarship providers website or application form.

Here are 20 STEM Scholarships you can apply for this year

 

Jungle Scholar
Amount: $2000
Deadline: April 15th
Eligibility: Studying business, technology, computer science, data science, entrepreneurship or another related major
Url: https://www.junglescout.com/jungle-scholar/

 

GeneTex Scholarship
Amount: $2000
Deadline: July 31st for Fall 2019 Semester
Eligibility: Open to undergraduate and graduate students with declared STEM major. International students may apply.
Url: https://www.genetex.com/Article/Company?param1=Scholarship

 

RevPart 2020 STEM Scholarship
Amount: $250-$1000
Deadline: December 31st
Eligibility: Any student majoring in a STEM field that is attending an accredited college may apply.
Url: https://revpart.com/scholarship/

 

AfterCollege STEM Inclusion Scholarship
Amount: $500
Deadline: March 31st
Eligibility: Enrolled in STEM field. Underrepresented in their field of study. Underrepresented groups may be defined by: gender, race, ethnic background, disability, sexual orientation, age, socio-economic status, nationality and other non-visible differences. Minimum 3.0 GPA
Url: https://www.aftercollege.com/company/aftercollege-inc/10/scholarship/220/

 

Buildium’s Build U. Scholarship
Amount: $2500 awarded each semester
Deadline: April 15th for fall
Eligibility: You must be enrolled in an accredited undergraduate or graduate degree program in the United States or Canada, majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM).
Applicants must be 18 years of age or older at the date of submission and in good academic standing with their college or university.
Url: https://www.buildium.com/buildiums-build-u-scholarship/

 

The Snapology Women in STEM Scholarship
Amount: $1000
Deadline: April 15th
Eligibility: The Snapology STEM Studies Scholarship awards scholarships to female college-bound high school seniors based on demonstrated academic achievement, financial need, and an express interest in pursuing a STEM education.
Url: https://www.snapology.com/scholarships

 

GMIS Scholarship
Amount: $500-$10,000
Deadline: April 1st
Elligibility: National – Any graduating high school senior, undergraduate, or graduate student, from a traditionally underserved or underrepresented group in science, technology, engineering, math or health.
Url: http://www.greatmindsinstem.org/scholarships/

 

MyBioSource Inc. Scholarship for STEM Majors
Amount: $1000
Deadline: June 28th
Eligibility: High School Seniors, Undergraduates, Graduates as well as international students can apply. Candidate must be enrolled as a freshman, undergraduate or graduate student at an accredited college or university for the Fall semester. Intended major in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics or related fields.
Url: https://www.mybiosource.com/scholarship_stem_majors

 

Battelle/NOGLSTP Out To Innovate Scholarships
Amount: $5000
Deadline: First Saturday of June
Eligibility: Successful completion of a minimum of two years of post-high school education at an accredited college or university. Maintenance of a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 for the entirety of college/university enrollment. A declared major in an accredited STEM or STEM-related teaching field. Be an active supporter of and participant in programs or organizations that promote LGBTQ inclusion and visibility. Students must be eligible for fall term registration and must not be under disciplinary sanction.
Url: https://www.noglstp.org/programs-projects/scholarships/

 

Women and Minorities STEM Scholarship
Amount: $2000
Deadline: June 1st, October 31st
Eligibility: The program is available to female students and students of African-American, Asian, Pacific Island, Native American, Native Alaskan, or Hispanic descent. A US citizen or permanent resident. A junior or senior, full-time, day-time student at an accredited and approved college or university.Enrolled in contiguous fall and spring semesters, carrying a minimum of 12 credits and earning a minimum 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale) each semester.Working towards a baccalaureate degree in science, technology, engineering or math with at least 60 credits of college work prior to the submission of the application.
Url: https://careers.atkinsglobal.com/women-and-minorities-stem-scholarship

 

HoshizakiIceMaker.com Supporting STEM Scholarship
Award: $1000
Deadline: June 30th
Eligibility: An applicant must: Be an undergraduate college student or high school senior. Have a cumulative minimum of 3.0 GPA. Maintain full-time enrollment of 12 credit hours or more per college term. Be a declared major in a science, technology, engineering, or mathematic field of study. Demonstrate passion for STEM subjects, strong moral character, and leadership ability. Reside in the U.S. attend a U.S. university, and be legally declared as a U.S. citizen.
Url: https://hoshizakiicemaker.com/stem-scholarship

 

HomeTechLab STEM Scholarship
Award: $1000
Deadline: December 1st
Eligibility: The HomeTechLab STEM Scholarship is for High School, Undergraduate and Postgraduate students whose studies focus on the STEM disciplines, which include any field related to or approximating the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Url: https://hometechlab.com/scholarship

 

Widespread STEM Scholarship
Award: $500
Deadline: January 1st
Eligility: Open to any full-time student currently enrolled in a STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) program at any college, university or vocational school.
Url: https://www.widespreadsales.com/Scholarship

 

Masergy STEM Scholarship Program
Award: $5000
Deadline: April 15th
Eligibility: Open to undergraduate and graduate students majoring in STEM (i.e. science, technology, engineering or mathematics). Must submit video.
Url: https://www.masergy.com/stem-scholarship

 

The Hubertus W.V. Willems Scholarship for Male Students
Award: Up to $3000 (20-40 available)
Deadline: Contact for 2019 Deadline
Eligibility: awarded annually to a male, US citizen who attends an accredited institution in the United States and is majoring in one of the following fields: Engineering, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematical Sciences.
Url: http://www.poisefoundation.org/the-hubertus-wv-willems-scholarship-for-male-students

 

Virginia Heinlein Memorial Scholarship
Award: $2000
Deadline: April 1st
Eligibility: 1. Applicant must be a full time undergraduate student enrolled in an accredited college that awards Bachelor of Science or Arts degrees. 2. Major must be Engineering, Math or Physical Sciences (e.g. Physics, Chemistry) or Science Fiction as Literature. 3. Open to residents of any country.
Url: http://www.heinleinsociety.org/scholarship-program/

 

The Science Ambassador Scholarship for Women in STEM
Award: Full Tuition
Deadline: 2019 Applications will open in fall
Eligibility: The Science Ambassador Scholarship is a full tuition scholarship for a woman seeking an undergraduate degree in science, engineering, or math, funded by Cards Against Humanity.
Url: https://www.scienceambassadorscholarship.org/#current-status

 

Palantir Women in Technology Scholarship
Award: Up to $10,000
Deadline: March 24
Eligibility: Open to women who are active, full-time undergraduate students enrolled in an accredited U.S., Canadian or Mexican college/university during the academic years that the scholarship is awarded, i.e., you must be enrolled in both the current (2018-19) and upcoming (2019-20) academic years. Are a freshman, sophomore, or junior who are majoring in or plan to major in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) fields. Identify as women. Have not been recipients in the past.
Url: https://www.palantir.com/students/scholarship/wit-north-america/

 

The Development Fund for Black Students in Science and Technology (DFBSST)
Award: Up to $3000
Deadline: Contact
Eligibility: African-American, undergraduate student majoring (or intending to major) in a technical field of study (i.e., engineering, math, science, etc.), Be enrolled (or identify his or her intention to enroll) at one of the predominantly Black colleges or universities listed below, and Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
Url: http://www.dfbsstscholarship.org

 

The Dotcom-Monitor Women in Computing Scholarship $1,000 Annual Award
Award: $1000
Deadline: April 1
Eligibility: The Dotcom-Monitor Women in Computing Scholarship is open to female students currently enrolled as full-time undergraduate students at an accredited college or university in the U.S. or Canada for the 2018-2019 academic year. Applicants should have either already declared their major or have completed at least one academic year in computer science, computer engineering, or closely related technical field.
Url: https://www.loadview-testing.com/scholarship/

 

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20 College Scholarships…you probably haven’t heard of

We have compiled a list of 20 college scholarships for you to enjoy and hopefully win! While there are many other scholarships worth more money, we choose 20 award programs that should appeal to just about everyone. The awards are from $100-$5000 and are open to a wide range of students. Whether you are a high school senior, current undergraduate or graduate student, non-traditional student or international student, you should be able to find some good resources in this list. Good luck!

1. Study Soup Future Innovator Scholarship Program – Open to high school, undergraduate and graduate students.

2. The SwissGear.com Ultimate Backpack Scholarship – Open to incoming college freshman for the fall 2016 academic semester or a current undergraduate or graduate student that is enrolled by August 31, 2016 at any accredited two or four year college, university or institute.

3. The Family Rentals ‘Create Your Ideal Event’ Scholarship – The Family Rentals (Create Your Ideal Event) Scholarship is open to high school seniors and any student enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program by August 31, 2016 at any accredited U.S. college, university or institute.

4. The Stop-Painting.com Scholarship – Open to any student currently enrolled at an accredited college, university, or related technical program. All majors, programs of study, and class years are encouraged to apply.

5. Bant.io Scholarship Opportunity – Open to all students who are currently enrolled in a high school, college, university, or trade school, and who complete the scholarship application online at www.bant.io/scholarship/. Applicants must be enrolled (or enroll no later than the fall of 2016) in a college or university within the United States or United Kingdom.

6. Vol & Tier Digital Excellence in Entrepreneurship Scholarship – Toronto-based digital marketing company, Vol & Tier provides one $4,000 annual scholarship to an undergraduate student enrolled in an academic institution (College or University) with both a high level of business acumen and a strong entrepreneurial mindset. Applicants cannot be in their final year of study and must be enrolled full-time. The scholarship is limited to Canadian and U.S. residents only.

7. TikiLIVE Television Takeover Scholarship – The TikiLIVE “Television Takeover’’ Scholarship – Open to any student enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program by January 1, 2016 at any accredited U.S. college, university or institute.

8. The NOAH’S Event Venue Scholarship – is a merit-based scholarship program. Financial need is not considered in the selection of the scholarship recipient. Winners are selected based on the quality of their essay. It is open to all current students attending an accredited U.S. college or university.

9. SimpleTexting $1,000 College Scholarship – SimpleTexting is offering a $1,000 College Scholarship for a deserving high school senior or current college student. If you are currently enrolled in college or headed there in 2016-17 and want to win a $1000 college scholarship to help cover expenses, consider entering the SimpleTexting College Scholarship Contest.

10. Spreadsheet Sherpa Bi-Annual Scholarship – Offers a bi-yearly (February & July) $1,000 scholarship to individuals who are currently attending or planning to attend undergraduate or graduate school in the near future.

11. Giva’s Corporate Student Scholarship and Worldwide Community Ambassador Award – Open to anyone attending a college or university worldwide. This scholarship grant is aimed at assisting undergraduate or graduate students further their education as well as expand their social responsibility and community service footprint in the world. There is no specific course of study or major required.

12. JustJobs Scholarship – JustJobs Scholarship Program offers (1) $3000 scholarship per year. Applicants must be currently enrolled in an undergrad or graduate program at one of their registered schools in the US.  For a list of registered schools, visit: http://academy.justjobs.com/registered-schools/

13. The HotelsCheap Scholarship Program – is a need-based scholarship that rewards students who are looking to better themselves, who have goals and dreams, and who are committed to achieving a college degree. U.S. students who are 16 years of age or older are encouraged to apply. High school students, undergraduate students, master degree students, and adult learners are all encouraged to apply.

14. The Lang Antiques Fine Arts Scholarship – Open to any student enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program by September 1st at any accredited U.S. college, university or institute.

15. The Opportunity Influence of Social Media Scholarship – Open to any student enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program by September 1st at any accredited U.S. college, university or institute.

16. Simon Youth Community Scholarship Program – Must Be a high school senior attending school and living within 50 miles of the Simon® property associated with the application. For a list of Simon properties, visit: http://m.simon.com/malllist.aspx Applicant must be a legal U.S. resident. Plan to enroll full-time in an accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational/technical school in Fall 2016. Demonstrate academic promise and financial need. Applicants will be evaluated based on academic promise, financial need, essay response, work experience and community/extracurricular involvement.

17. The Daily Steals ‘What’s Your Utensil Type?’ Scholarship – Open to any student enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program by January 1st, 2016 at any accredited U.S. college, university or institute.

18. The Urban Mattress Scholarship – The Urban Mattress Scholarship is a $2500 merit-based scholarship awarded once per year for students pursuing higher education with an emphasis on the social sciences, liberal arts, philanthropy, volunteer work, or any other related field. Urban Mattress locations are each locally owned and operated and we positively impact our communities by giving back 2% of each purchase to local non-profit groups. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents with a minimum GPA of 3.0 enrolled in or planning to enroll in an accredited college or university during application year.

19. Goedeker’s Appliances Annual College Book Scholarship – Goedeker’s is a St. Louis-based, family-oriented company that has been in operation since 1951. Any student that is enrolled in an accredited college is eligible to participate. This includes any grade level, freshman to senior; undergrad and graduate alike are eligible. Even if you are a transfer student, non-traditional student, studying abroad, or taking classes online, you can enter. Any major or field of study is acceptable.

High school seniors that are enrolled in an accredited college, either for a dual credit program or for the upcoming semester, are eligible to enter as well.

You must either be enrolled for the spring 2017 or registered for the fall 2017 semester. Being enrolled in summer classes does not make you eligible to enter.

20. The Diamond Herbs Scholarship Award – The $1000 scholarship aims to help students reach their education and career goals by assisting with the cost of tuition and books. Open to any student currently enrolled in school with a GPA of 3.0. To apply; the student must write an essay of the benefits of alternative medicine compared to pharmaceutical drugs.

We hope you found this list of 20 college scholarships helpful. For more great scholarships, visit our free scholarship database at www.collegeresourcenetwork.com

5 Anti-Bullying and Cyber-Bullying Scholarships for Students

Today is Spirit Day #spiritday and in support of LGBTQ Youth across the nation, we are highlighting 5 anti-bullying scholarships that students can apply for.  Here at College Resource Network (www.collegeresourcenetwork.com), we fully support diversity and the right for all people to exist. We consider ourselves an ally to the LGBTQ community and have created one the most extensive LGBTQ scholarship databases in the U.S.. In honor of Spirit Day, we would like to share 5 anti-bullying scholarships.

1. The Brand UR Anti-Bullying Scholarship

Open to high school students who stand up against bullying.

  • Award: Varies
  • Number of Awards: Varies
  • Deadline: Contact
  • Contact: The Brand UR Scholarship Committee C/O Jodi LaFountain CEO P.O. Box 20 Carver, Massachusetts 02330 www.thebrandur.com

2. Ambercrombie and Fitch Anti-Bullying Scholarship

Open to outstanding students who have academically persevered while experiencing bullying and to those who have led anti-bullying efforts in their schools and communities. Eligibility requirements include high school seniors with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Applicants may be from the U.S. or international.

  • Award: Varies
  • Number of Awards: Varies
  • Deadline: February 1
  • Contact: A&F Anti-Bully Scholarship NSHSS Foundation 1936 N. Druid Hills Road Atlanta, GA 30319 USA E-mail: scholarships@nshssfoundation.org Website:www.nshssfounation.org

3. The Carl Joseph Walker- Hoover Foundation Anti-Bullying Scholarship

Open to outstanding high school seniors who have demonstrated efforts to combat bullying in their schools and communities.

4. Chely Wright “Like Me” Scholarship

Open to graduating high school seniors who can show that they have actively advocated for LGBT issues, such as respect and inclusion for LGBT youth, community service at an LGBT resource, involvement and/or attendance of LGBT events, working against teen bullying or teen suicide, and any other activities that improve the condition of the LGBT community and/or improve cultural conditions for LGBT youth. This list serves as examples only, and each student’s personal, individual advocacy will be different.

5. Megan Meier Memorial Scholarship Against Bullying and Cyber-Bullying

Must be  enrolled as a full time student, either within his or her high school.Currently possess senior status as determined by his or her school for one academic year. Minimum 2.5GPA. Obtain a written recommendation from member of the faculty or staff at the school in which he or she is enrolled. This recommendation is to serve as validation that the applicants’ words and actions promote an environment of acceptance and tolerance of differences within the school community.

  • Award: Varies
  • Number of Awards: Varies
  • Deadline: November 7
  • Contact:  Phone: 636.757.3501  
Email-info@meganmeierfoundation.org

Focus of the Week – Asian Americans

This week, the College Resource Network’s blog will focus on Asian Americans in college. We offer over 100 scholarships for students of Asian descent, so we are happy to showcase the talent coming from this community.

Talking about talent, many Asian Americans have made history in the US through their achievements. They might not be the ones whose faces we see on magazines or TV commercials nowadays, but they are ones who shaped American history with their unique perspective and serve as inspiration to new generations. Let’s review seven remarkable Asian personalities who have broken through personal and professional barriers to achieve amazing goals.

Minoru Yamasaki, architect, designed the World Trade Center’s building one and two. Yamasaki was one of the most prominent architects of the 20th century and a University of Washington graduate. He designed several other noteworthy buildings, such as the Conservatory of Music at Oberlin College and the Pacific Science Center in Seattle.

Norman C. Bay was the U.S. Attorney for the District of New Mexico from 2000–2002, and the first Chinese-American to hold the position of U.S. Attorney. Bay was raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico and graduated from Albuquerque Academy. He attended Dartmouth College and Harvard Law School.

Ken Kashiwahara is an Emmy winning television journalist who was the first Asian American network news anchor. Kashiwahara, spent 25 years with ABC News as a correspondent, which includes coverage of the O.J. Simpson trial, Ronald Reagan’s presidential bid, and the Vietnam War.

Chien-Shiung Wu is arguably the most admired female Asian-American scientist in U.S. history. Wu developed a procedure for using gaseous diffusion to separate U235 from U238 was key to the Manhattan Project’s success in building the world’s first atomic bomb. She is a graduate of UC Berkley.

Hiram Fong was the child of poor Chinese immigrants and in 1959 became the first Asian-American senator. Fong is a graduate from University of Hawaii and Harvard Law School.

Ellison Onizuka was the first Asian American astronaut in space, on the first spaceflight in 1985. Onizuka made a career in the Air Force before he was selected to be part of NASA. Sadly, Onizuka died in the 1986 Challenger disaster.

Sheryl WuDunn is the first Asian-American to win a Pulitzer Prize, at The New York Times in 1990, for her coverage of investment banking and new media. WuDunn has studied at Cornell University, Harvard Business School and Princeton University.

These Asian Americans college graduates have put hard work into achieving their goals and overcoming challenges. Their college degrees served to catapult their professional careers and their perseverance carried them through adversity.

About the Blogger

Ana Folhadella
Ana Folhadella
Ana Folhadella, CRN’s main Blogger and Social Media Manager

First and foremost – Welcome to the College Resource Network (CRN)! We’re happy that one way or another you found this website and hope it has been useful in your transition from high school to college or in financing your higher education.

You may be wondering, who is this (natural!) red-headed girl atop all of CRN’S blog posts?? Well, that would be me! My name is Ana Folhadella and I’m a Brazilian-born Michigan resident. As of this blog writing, I’m a graduate student pursuing a Masters of Public Administration (MPA) at Oakland University. I have a a Bachelors in International Studies (with concentrations in Politics and Spanish) from the University of Michigan, as well as a Minor in Criminal Justice. I have had three scholarships throughout my undergraduate years, but also had to take out loans to pay for college. Luckily I’ve been able to pay out-of-pocket for my Masters without getting a loan. That’s why I’m very interested in scholarships and opportunities to help others offset the gigantic cost of college.

I’ve been with the College Resource Network as their Social Media Manager since December 17th 2012, and it’s been a wonderful experience spreading the word about this great resource. I feel very lucky to work with CRN on this internship opportunity because as a woman and a minority,  I don’t think there aren’t very many websites that can give us scholarship information that is trustworthy, reliable, and applicable to our unique situation. In addition to all the scholarships available, there are also great informational sections on transitioning from high school to college that I wish I had known before enrolling in an university.

We’re excited to launch this blog and focus on a unique feature each week. There are many more changes and new scholarships in stock for 2013 at CRN, so we hope you will stick around for the ride!