Apple Scholarships may go Unclaimed
|August 11, 2010||Posted by Michael Sabol under corporate scholarships, Scholarships, Unclaimed scholarships, unknown scholarships|
Apple Computers has been around for a long time. Competitors of Microsoft in the PC world they have made their own name in the computer industry because of their own unique way of doing things. They are fast becoming famous for their contributions to the education community as well and their distinct way of allocating some of their Apple scholarships also has their own unusual touch to it. They are very proud to offer Apple Scholarships for students in need but many of their scholarship programs are unknown and may become unclaimed scholarships because not enough students may apply to them because of their elusiveness.
One of these contributions is called the Apple Scholars Program. They choose outstanding students and award them with a $2000 cash award, an Apple Nano iPod, and a nice computer to take to college with them. They pick the winners by their senior project. May 30th application deadline. This Apple scholarship is the most visable and easy to apply to.
Another Apple computer scholarship is the Blogging Scholarship. They give away a $10,000 Apple scholarship to a student who blogs. The blog site must be unique and interesting. It can be about anything that interests the student. The applicant must be a United States Citizen. He or she also must be attending post secondary education inside of the United States. They have to write an essay to apply. The nominations are closed for this year and deadlines for next year will soon be posted. This Apple college scholarship program could very well become unclaimed.
Apple also has a Science Scholarship. They are giving away $1,000 to a student who is in the field of Library and Information Science. You must be a United States citizen and be studying in this field that we mentioned. You must have a GPA of 3.0 and be currently enrolled in college as an undergraduate or graduate. You need to fill out the applications along with a 300 word essay and turn it in by December 24th, 2010.
They also have a College Scholarships Foundation Minority Student Scholarship. This is also a $1000 award given to one minority student every year. To qualify and apply you must be Black, Hispanic, Native American or Pacific Islanders. You must be a United States citizen. You must also be currently attending full-time in post-secondary education with a 3.0 GPA. They will also require that you write a 300 word essay. The deadline for this is also December 24th, 2010.
Apple also has a College Scholarships Foundation Women’s Scholarship. You need to meet all of the requirements as listed above but also be a female. It is also a $1000 award.
Apple has so many different corporate scholarships that it offers making it difficult to find and apply to. They may become unclaimed scholarships because students simply don’t know about them or where to apply for them. Going to their website does no good in locating an Apple college scholarship other then the Apple Scholars Program. They are almost elusive because they seem to be intertwined with other scholarship programs and sometimes they will discontinue a particular Apple scholarship program and it is no longer available. They must have at least 70 different ones that you can apply for. There are some that are available to anyone in the United States but then there are some that are only available in the states where Apple corporations are. In order to find the ones that are best for you and find the deadlines and requirements you must search for Apple scholarships to see what new Apple scholarship program is available at that time and it will be posted on the internet.
The above were all existing Apple scholarship programs as of the date of the writing of this article, but some may no longer be available. It is a bit unusual that such a large corporation handles their educational support for college students this way but then again Apple has always been one to distance themselves from the crowd and take their own unique road in doing things.
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