My main reason for applying to these scholarships was this: NO ESSAYS.
"I, personally, am not that great of a writer, so it's natural that I do not like writing essays. Every time I find a nice scholarship and see that an essay is part of the requirements I let out a sad, deep sigh. Fortunately for me, there are also many scholarship applications out there that don't require long, boring essays. I have compiled this list for those people who hate essays as much as I do, and I hope that this list will prevent many a sad sigh. Have fun applying...I did!"
by Gina K. of University of Southern California Los Angeles
On top of a full load of courses, homework assignments, and extra curricular activities, students are often asked to write full-length essays for college applications, internships and scholarships. Fortunately, we provide students with a list of scholarships without essays, so that students like Gina K. can take a break from writing all day. Take a look below!
8 Matching Scholarships
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Deadline: Varies | Amount: Varies
Foundation for Global Scholars
Deadline: March 22 | Amount: Up to $30,000
Deadline: December 20 | Amount: Up to $350
National Organization for Women Foundation
Deadline: November 1 | Amount: $1,000
Actors Theatre of Louisville
Deadline: January 30 | Amount: $750-$3,000
National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA)
Deadline: February 21 | Amount: $500-$1,000
Deadline: June 30 | Amount: $2,980 and travel expenses to London
Deadline: The competition is June 25-30 | Amount: Up to $8,000
Gina Bachauer International Piano Foundation