College scholarships can be found for students who excel in less-common areas or are willing to step outside the box to earn some cash for tuition. For example, the Duck Brand Stuck at Prom Scholarship requires that students create prom attire using only duct tape. As of 2015, the members of the winning prom couple both win a $10,000 scholarship, while the school sponsoring the prom wins $5,000.Continue Reading
The Our World-Underwater Scholarship Society Rolex Scholarship is for students who are certified SCUBA divers. There are two separate scholarships: one for North American citizens and another for European citizens. The maximum amount of money for this scholarship is $20,000.
The National Potato Council Scholarship awards $10,000 to a student who wishes to pursue a career in the potato industry.
Sometimes, the scholarships focus on students who are already in college and are planning careers in specific areas. The John Kitt Memorial Scholarship is available to a college sophomore, junior or senior who has shown an interest in making candy. The student must also be majoring in food sciences, biological sciences or a similar field. The scholarship awards $5,000.
The Minnesota Soybean Ambassador Program awards four $1,000 scholarships to students who are interested in a career in the agricultural industry. Selected students spend time promoting the Minnesota soybean while learning about the soybean industry. Students applying to the scholarship have to be members of an agricultural family living in Minnesota and junior or senior college students getting degrees in soybean agriculture or a similar field.Learn more about Credit & Lending
The Tall Clubs International Scholarship, which grants scholarships to females who are at least 5 feet 10 inches in height, and the Alice Mcarver Ratchford Scholarship, which goes to single female undergraduate students residing on the campus with no car or other scholarships, are two unusual college scholarships for females, reports CollegeXpress. As of 2015, another bizarre scholarship is the Sophie Major Memorial Duck Calling Contest, which awards $2,000 to qualifying applicants who are capable of calling ducks.Full Answer >
As of 2015, Pepsi offers college students a variety of scholarships such as the Pepsi Service Scholarship, the Pepsi-Frito-Lay Scholarship and the Pepsi-Cola Public Affairs Scholarship, explains CollegeScholarships.org. The specific scholarships Pepsi offers depends on the time of application.Full Answer >
As of 2015, scholarships for left-handed students include the Mary Francis Beckley scholarship at Juniata College in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, according to the college. The award is worth about $1,000 to $1,500 annually to each recipient. Sophomores, juniors and seniors who have financial need and good academic records are eligible.Full Answer >
As of 2015, one scholarship available specifically for left-handed students is the Frederick and Mary F. Beckley Scholarship for students who plan to attend Juniata College, according to CollegeScholarships.org. Other scholarships for women, regardless of handedness, include the Laurels Fund Scholarship and Anne Trabue Scholarship, notes Scholarships.com.Full Answer >