Want to make some money for college that will help you pay for a course?
If you need quick financial help to pay for your education, you should look at these scholarships as applying for them is really straightforward.
Online courses have the merit of attracting more students back into the classroom. Compared to traditional schooling, online education has its advantages. For starters, you can learn anywhere – be it your home or a beach in Bali. Secondly, internet courses tend to be more affordable than offline ones. Yet this is not a rule. But largely, online courses won’t put a toll on your finances the way paying for a traditional bachelor degree would.
Yet, if you’re not doing so great financially, you still have to find ways to put some money away for educative purposes. The best way to get the money for college you need is to apply for full scholarships. However, students of internet courses should keep in mind one thing – the larger the grant the more complicated the application process. But what if you want to make some quick money you can use to pay for one of your online courses and not necessarily for a full bachelor degree?
There are organizations out there offering smaller scholarships and you don’t have to bend over backwards to get one. Here’s three you might want to think of applying to once they are open up again.
CenturyLinkQuote is awarding a scholarship for $1,000 if you submit an infographic through which you explain how the advancement of technology usage is leading people to new career paths, which were unheard of 20-30 years ago.
In creating your infographic, you are required to use factual, unique info and site sources. The project can’t exceed 2MB. Once you are done you will need to fill in the application form on the CenturyLinkQuote website and upload your infographic. It’s as easy as that.
One of the largest wireless service providers in the US, AT&T is also offering a $1,000 scholarship to an individual who is capable of creating a fun infographic that shows off his or her knowledge about all things Internet.
Basically the challenge is to create an engaging, factual infographic which depicts how the growth around the Internet of Things (loT) and smart devices are creating a new type of environment for humans to live in and which are the benefits of living in such smart cities.
Like in the case of the CenturyLinkQuote scholarship, students need to create an infographic file no larger than 2MB and submit it via the dedicated form which should also contain your name, email, school you attend and brief description. Good luck!
The third scholarship is offered by Providian Medical – a provider of new and refurbished ultrasound, CT, and MRI medical equipment. The company wants to help students achieve their educational goals, so to that end is offering a bi-annual scholarship of $500.
In order to take advantage of it, students need to write a $1,500-word essay in which they describe how medical equipment technology has impacted their educational process. The scholarship is mainly targeted at medical or veterinary students, but virtually anyone with a story to tell is welcomed to apply!