This list of prizes is organized by some of the most common sub-categories of unusual scholarships, such as physics, creativity, family name, sport, field study, final frontier, appreciation of animals, Food-related activity, good works, does not, twins and legacies. To find opportunities even the most unusual studies, complete student activities and the personal information section of your profile on Fastweb.
Little People of America Scholarships
The Little People of America (LPA) association offers scholarships to its organization’s LPA members, who work to provide information and support to the small people and their families. Membership is open to persons 4’10 “or less in height.
Tall Clubs International Scholarship
Tall Clubs International (TCI) offers a $ 1000 scholarship for senior citizens, and individual chapters can also offer local prices. Women who are at least 5’10 “and men who are at least 6’2” and under 21 with plans to go to college in the fall are eligible.
Duck Brand of duct tape attached to the dance contest
This contest is open to students over the age of 14 who attend high school in the spring and are citizens of the United States. Participants must enter the couple (two people) and attend a high school with a complete team or tape and accessories to include a color photograph of their cap held their entrance. The winning couple will be selected based on several criteria, including originality, fabrication, the amount of duct tape used, color usage and the creative use of accessories.
Domestic Competition Do it yourself with wool
The National Competition Make It Yourself Lana (NMIYWW) awards scholarships for woven woolen garments. Winners are selected based on the relevance of the participant’s lifestyle, the coordination of the fabric / thread with the style and design of the garment, the presentation and the creativity of the candidate.
Letterman Telecommunications David Scholarship
The David Letterman Scholarship was created by David Letterman in 1985 to provide scholarships for telecommunication students at Ball State University. Prices are for average students who nonetheless have a creative mind. Winners are selected primarily on the basis of creativity. Projects can involve a variety of media, including writing work, research, audio, video, graphics and movies.
The Milwaukee School of Engineering hosts an annual Rube Gold machine contest in early March each year. Students who participate in the Rube Goldberg high school competition and enroll in their first year at the Milwaukee College of Engineering are eligible for a scholarship.
J. Price Salinger
The price of J. D. Salinger at Ursinus University is intended to recognize and support “strange geniuses” in the field of creative writing. Unconventional prize bears the name of the famous author of The Guardian Among Rye, who attended Ursinus University in 1938. In addition to a scholarship, the winner will also live in the same bedroom previously occupied by M. Salinger. The contest is open to high school students.
Ayn Rand Institute Essay Contest
The Ayn Rand Institute sponsors several writing competitions:
• The Hymn Essays competition is open to undergraduate and sophomore students. It provides annual awards for short, original and unpublished essays on the philosophical themes of the Ayn Rand Hymn novel.
• The spring testing contest is open to seniors and seniors. It provides annual awards for short, original and unpublished essays on the philosophical themes of Ayn Rand’s novel, The Spring.
• Essest Atlas Rebellion Essay is open to all students. It provides annual awards for short, original and unpublished essays on the philosophical themes of Ayn Rand’s The Atlas Rebellion.
Grants and prizes for UNIMA poetry
Grants and scholarships from UNIMA UNIMA poetry allow members to study in the national or international art of puppets in a workshop of their choice. Applicants must be US citizens and have some experience in puppets and / or college degrees that are interested in puppets.