PMI Silver Spring Chapter Scholarship

PMI Silver Spring Chapter (Maryland, USA) is sponsoring two $1,000 scholarships annually. In order to be considered for these scholarships, applicants must be enrolled in or applying for an accredited academic degree program in project management or a related field benefitting from project management, with the following order of priority: Order of Priority for Scholarship #1 - Anyone attending the following colleges or universities in the National Capital Area: Trinity Washington University - A resident in the National Capital Area attending any accredited college or university anywhere - Anyone attending any accredited college or university in the National Capital Area Order of Priority for Scholarship #2 - A resident in the National Capital Area attending any accredited college or university anywhere - Anyone attending any accredited college or university in the National Capital Area The National Capital Area includes the following: - Washington, D.C. - Maryland: Howard County, Montgomery County and Prince George's County - Virginia: Alexandria, Arlington County, Fairfax County, Loudoun County, and Prince William CountyFor more information about this award, please visit our website.

A better way to pay for college!

Over 500,000 high school students are earning no-essay college scholarships for their grades, activities, and other achievements.

Sign up for a free RaiseMe profile and see how much you can earn!

Get Started - It's Free!
Award Amount: $1,000
Competitive: Yes
Essay required: Yes

Opportunities for micro-scholarships

Unlike the scholarships listed above, micro-scholarships are awarded by universities themselves for your high school achievements and don't require essay competitions or judges. Micro-scholarships can earn you up to:

$1,500 $600 $3,000
for earning an A in a core class for each sport or extracurricular for working or supporting your family

Over 200 colleges offer no-essay micro-scholarships. Sign up for a free RaiseMe profile to start earning as early as 9th grade.

Get Started - It's Free!