Last Updated: March 20, 2013
by Andrea Cerny
There’s nothing better than winning a scholarship that recognizes your effort in an activity that you’re passionate about – extracurriculars like sports continue to remain popular among students of all ages. Contrary to what many believe, athletic activities aren’t only about the wins; most importantly they encourage teamwork and cooperation, persistence, patience, and leadership skills. These are skills that carry over to high school, college, and beyond, so that’s a fact worth conveying in you scholarship applications! Here are a few scholarships that will get you started:
1. Positive Coaching Alliance Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship Program – Chicago, New York, North Texas, Houston, Boston, San Francisco Bay/Sacramento Area, Washington DC Area
Award: $2,000 Deadline: May 31
For college-bound student athletes who are currently high school juniors.
Award: Varies Deadline: May 31
For students officially enrolled in as college sophomores or higher with at least one full academic year remaining. Students must plan to pursue a career in electronic journalism.
Award: $2,500 Deadline: April 6
For Miami, Florida-area high school seniors who not only participate in a sport, but excel in academics and community service.
Award: Varies Deadline: July 15
For high school baseball players who are part of a team affiliated with an American Legion Post.
Award: $1000-$3,000 Deadline: April 30
For high school seniors who participate in golf and community service activities.
Award: $1,000 Deadline: May 31
For students who compete in the sport of bowling.
Award: $1,000 Deadline: May 3
For students who have participated in AAU Karate for a minimum of four years.
Award: $2,000 Deadline: August 1
For graduating high school seniors who are student athletes.
And that’s not all. On Cappex you’ll find many more scholarships like these, especially local scholarship opportunities for students in various activities like track and field, football, baseball, basketball, soccer, swimming, and much more. Be sure to indicate your athletic activities in your profile and happy scholarship searching!Photo credit: howstuffworks.com
Original Post Date: March 20th, 2013