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AIE Scholarship Search

Adventures in Education offers an amazing, free scholarship search for all prospective college students. They have a very simple quick-search feature that allows users to easily sift through the over 15,000 scholarships in their data base. They even have a list of frequently used keywords that can narrow down your search for the perfect scholarship(s). If you have a bunch of time on your hands, you can also check out the entire scholarship list – just to be thorough.

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Xerox Technical Scholarship

Xerox offers a technical scholarship for underrepresented and underserved populations of college students pursuing a degree in a technical science or engineering. If you love technology then head over to the site to apply and have a chance at scholarships ranging from $1,000-$10,000. They even have sample resumes and cover letters to get you started.

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State Farm Scholarship Fund

State Farm, via their Hispanic Scholarship Fund, provides $2,500 scholarships to 25 Hispanic college students who are pursuing a teaching career. Application info can be obtained from:
Hispanic Scholarship Fund
55 Second Street, Suite 1500
San Francisco, CA 94105
1-877-HSF-INFO (1-877-473-4636)

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Coca-Cola Scholars Program

The Coca-Cola Scholars Program offers seniors in high school the chance to receive $10,000-20,000 for a college of their choice. The application period is between August 1-October 31. They award 250 scholarships annually.

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UNCF – Scholarship Programs

The UNCF has compiled a list of about 40 scholarships for all prospective college students, with an emphasis on those for underrepresented populations. The requirements for each scholarship, as well as deadlines and background information are easily viewed by clicking on the link to each application.

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The Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship

The Jackie Robinson Foundation provides 4-year college scholarships to underrepresented populations. However, JRF is not simply a scholarship – they offer “peer and professional mentoring, internship placement, extensive leadership training, international travel and community service options, the conveyance of practical life skills, and a myriad of networking opportunities.”

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