Top Women Scholarships Programs, You Should Know
Getting financial aid to pursue higher education is not as easy as it sounds. There are millions of students out there looking for scholarships and sometimes they simply are not looking in the right places. There are billions worth of scholarship funds and grants up on offer you just need to know where to look at. The following at the top 2013/14 scholarship programs offering grants, funds to female students pursuing higher education.
The Miss America Scholarship Fund
This program offers more than 12,000 scholarship to the young women who take part in the state and local competitions. It is also awarded to the Miss America first place winner, the four runners-up, the semi-finalist, and non-finalists. For more information follow this link.
The Women’s Independence Scholarship Program, Inc.
This scholarship was set up to help women who survived domestic violence and wish to return to school to further their education and become independent. The ideal candidate would be a single mother with young children and has little finances to pay for college. More information is available here.
SRR Women in Finance Scholarship
This is for junior students at a four-year college or university and majoring in finance, economics or accounting. More information here.
The AARP Foundation Women’s Scholarship Program
This scholarship program is for women seeking new job skills, training, and educational opportunities. The program is meant for women with low-income and have the age of 50 and above. For more information, follow this link.
Glamour’s Top 10 College Women Competition
This scholarship program is open to female students in their junior year of college and have excellent grades and demonstrate great leadership skills. More details here.
Asian Women In Business Scholarship Fund
This program awards scholarships to exceptional Asian female students based in the U.S.A and have demonstrated to be outstanding scholars and leadership. More details here.
Womenetics Advancing Aspirations Global Scholarship
The scholarship is awarded in a contest program where both men and women can participate. They must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university. More details here.
Joe Francis Haircare Scholarship
This scholarship seeks to offer financial aid to both male and female students currently applying for, or are already enrolled in a barber or cosmetology school. More details here.
The Jeannette Rankin Women’s Scholarship Fund
This program gives out scholarship awards every year to women of 35 years and above, who come from a low-income background. For more information, follow this link.
The AWG Minority Scholarship Program
This scholarship program seeks to encourage young minority women to take up education courses and pursue a career in the field of geosciences. More details here.
Awarded to female high school seniors planning to join college and are very active in golf. More details here.
Linda Lael Miller Scholarships
Meant for women aged 25 years and above, who did not complete their education in time due to the various challenges they faced along the way. More details here.
The Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship
This program offer scholarships to female undergrads seniors or female students in a graduate program and taking Computer Science or Computer Engineering course. Learn more at this link.
Women in Public Finance Achievement and Scholarship Awards
This scholarship program is for female high school seniors interested in pursuing a career in public finance, government, law or nonprofit organizations. More details here.
The Betty Rendel Scholarship
This one is for female undergrads attending a 4-year accredited college or university and are majoring in political science, economics or government. Women from whichever part of the United States can apply for this scholarship. More information is available here.
The BlackBerry® Scholars Program
This scholarship is for female freshman taking a STEM-related course in college. More details here.
Job’s Daughters Supreme Scholarships
This program awards different types of scholarships to single female high school seniors, graduates or students currently attending technical school or college. More details here.
The Young Women in Public Affairs Award
This scholarship is for young women between the ages of 16 to 19, who demonstrate interest in public affairs and are planning to join college. Learn more here.
Executive Women International Scholarship Program
This program awards scholarships to outstanding male and female high school seniors planning to pursue a four-year college degree program. More details here.
Vanguard Women in Information Technology Scholarship
This program awards scholarships to female students joining their junior or senior year in college. The scholarships are awarded based on merits. More details here.
The American Association of Japanese University Women (AAJUW) Scholarship Program
This scholarship caters for Japanese women who are currently studying at an accredited college or university in the State of California. More details here.
National Student Nurses’ Association Scholarships
This scholarship is awarded to students who are currently enrolled in a state-approved nursing degree program that would lead to an LPN or RN licensing. More details here.
The Talbots Scholarship Program
This is a one-time scholarship program award to women who would like to return to school and earn their undergraduate degrees after they have graduated from high school or obtained their GED after at least ten years ago. More information here.
The Go Red Multicultural Scholarship
The purpose of this scholarship program is to ensure there is the inclusion of multicultural women in the nursing and medical industries. The program seeks to address the important gaps in that industry. It also ensures all Americans from all walks of life get a chance to work with their healthcare providers in making the best choice in as far as their good health is concerned. For more information, follow this link.
The WIFLE Scholarship Program
This program seeks to encourage women to pursue a career in the law enforcement industry. It is open to undergrad, graduate and postgraduate female students. For more details follow this link.