scholarships for high school students and adults

Scholarship

YourFreeCareerTest.com has three scholarships for individuals who have yet to earn a bachelor’s degree. You must be a U.S. citizen and attending a U.S.-based college. U.S. military members overseas and their dependents can apply. The only submissions accepted are the online forms listed in the ‘Submission Form’ area of each scholarship.

For each of these scholarships, you’ll need to take the career test from the home page as the last question will ask about your results.

If you are an educator and have any questions about these scholarships, you can email contact@yourfreecareertest.com. Our phone number is also (480) 382-3580. If you call, you will be sent to voicemail. Please leave your contact information and we’ll contact you within 2 business days.

Scholarship for High School Seniors: $500

Accepting SubmissionsMarch 1st of each year
Submission DeadlineJuly 1st of each year
Selection Date:July 15th of each year
Submission Form:High School Senior Scholarship Form

The submission form asks what college you will attend, what you plan on getting a degree in, and why. This scholarship also counts if you plan on attending a trade school program that is at least 13 months in length.

Over 30 Scholarship: $500

2017 Winner: Amelia D. at West Texas A&M University

Accepting SubmissionsNov 1st of each year
Submission DeadlineJanuary 1st of each year
Selection Date:January 15th of each year
Submission Form:The 2017 winner has been selected. The scholarship form link will be added again November 2018.

If you are over 30 years of age and have yet to accomplish your bachelor’s degree you can apply for this scholarship. The submission form asks what school you are attending, what your degree will be in, and why.

GED to College Graduate: $500

2017 Winner: Kelsey T. at Phoenix Community College

Accepting SubmissionsNov 1st of each year
Submission DeadlineJanuary 1st of each year
Selection Date:January 15th of each year
Submission Form:The 2017 winner has been selected. The scholarship form link will be added again November 2018.

If you have earned your GED, have yet to accomplish your bachelor’s degree, and are enrolled in college or a trade school, you can apply for this scholarship. We are not looking for individuals who were home schooled and took their GED. This scholarship is for those who were unable to graduate high school for various reasons, went back to earn their GED, and are now attending college. We’ll ask you to briefly explain why you got your GED and what you are going to college (or a trade school) for.

Additional Scholarship Details

You may apply for more than one scholarship category if more than one applies. However, if we select you as the recipient of one scholarship category, you will not be qualified for another scholarship category. This helps us spread the wealth.

Submissions will be judged by the detail of their answers and desire for self-improvement. It is also recommended that short answer questions be at least 3-4 sentences in length to provide the opportunity to showcase your desire to accomplish your educational goals.