Looking for a few more scholarship opportunities to check out while you wrap up your applications this fall? We combed through the Internet to find five of the most interesting college scholarships with deadlines in November.
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1. Chick and Sophie Major Memorial Duck Calling Contest
We couldn’t pass this one up. According to their website, the Chick and Sophie Major Memorial Duck Calling Contest is open to any high school senior in the U.S. who has the ability to… call ducks. The scholarship awards up to $2,000 to each recipient.
The scholarship actually takes the form of a competition, held on November 25 in Stuttgart, Arkansas. Contestants have 90 seconds to use four calls: hail, feed, comeback, and mating.
Granted, it’s a pretty unique scholarship—but if you happen to be gifted in duck calls, it might just be worth the road trip.
Deadline: November 25, 2016
2. Ronald McDonald House of Charities of Central Indiana Scholarship
The Ronald McDonald House of Charities of Central Indiana Scholarship is for Indiana students who are attending a four-year college or university. The scholarships awards $20,000 each year, split between eight Indiana students.
To be eligible, Indiana students must have at least a 2.5 GPA, be enrolled full-time at an accredited U.S. college or university, and submit a letter of recommendation from someone who knows you in a professional capacity.
Deadline: November 21, 2016
3. Good360 Sustainability Scholarship
If you’re interested in environmental protection and sustainability, the Good360 Sustainability might be a great fit for you. The scholarship awards $1,000 toward tuition.
To apply, you’ll need to write a 200–300-word essay on what you do to live sustainably, and then post the photo on Instagram with #Good360 in the caption. The scholarship is open to high school seniors or current college students, but you must have a 3.3 GPA to apply.
Deadline: November 30, 2016
4. MIT Inspire Competition
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Inspire Competition is for high school students interested in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.
You (and a partner, if you choose) will be asked to submit research reports in one of 13 fields, including history, economics, or philosophy. 100 finalists will then be invited to present their research at MIT and compete for scholarship awards.
Deadline: November 30, 2016 (intent to participate), December 31 (abstract and report)
5. Walgreens Expressions Challenge
The Walgreens Expressions Challenge is a contest for high school students to use their creative skills in writing, visual arts, or media to explore their perspectives on sexual responsibility and healthy lifestyle choices. Topics include self-esteem, pregnancy, STD prevention, abstinence, and sexting.
The top prize is $2,000 toward your tuition.
Deadline: November 30, 2016