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3 Healthy Living Scholarships to Apply for During Winter Break

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You did it! With all of the parties, festivities, holiday sales, and get-togethers, you still managed to survive final exams week. Even your addiction to scrolling through your feed on Instagram didn’t derail your goals. After checking so many to-dos off your list, you deserve a reward. If you are a high school senior or a college student who could use some new ways to pay for college, give yourself a gift by applying for scholarships. There is a multitude of opportunities online that can help you tackle that tuition statement. But since you’re about that #HealthyLife, we’ve weeded through the clutter to find these three college scholarships that could be the perfect fit” (pun intended). Deadlines are approaching so hop to it!

1. DoSomething.org Cookin’ It Old School

Deadline: December 31st

In addition to delivering cool ways to give back, the DoSomething.org platform hosts many scholarship opportunities that should be on your radar. For Cookin' it Old School, you can simply reach out to a grandparent or elder in your life to find out one of their favorite recipes. What an amazing way to bond with loved ones this winter break! When you complete a service campaign on DoSomething.org, you are placed into a scholarship drawing. These scholarships are open to anyone between the ages of 13 and 25.

2. BIM Theory LLC 2018-19 Scholarship

Deadline: December 31st

Do you have a unique award-winning soup recipe in mind? This $500 scholarship is open to anyone 18 years of age or older who is currently pursuing a technical, associates, or Bachelors degree.

3. Foot Locker Scholar Athlete Scholarship Program

Deadline: December 14th

Are you a senior in high school currently involved in athletics? Foot Locker is awarding 20 $20,000 scholarships to high school students across the nation who embody sportsmanship and community-building principles. In order to qualify, you must have at least a 3.0 grade point average and plan to enroll in a four-year university in Fall 2019.

If you are looking for more scholarship opportunities, search engines such as Scholarships.com and Fastweb.com will find the perfect scholarship opportunities for your major, academic classification, current location, and hobbies.

Sweat Sisters, have you ever applied for a health-related scholarship online? Comment below if you have any advice to share!

SAVOR REPORTER | Zaria Rayes is a junior biology pre-med major with a minor in finance at Hampton University. Her ultimate career goal is to become a pediatrician. At an early age, she realized her passion for community service and healthy living. The 20-year-old Las Vegas native enjoys writing as a form of creative expression. Zaria has remained actively involved on campus at Hampton University as a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, the Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students, and the Honors College.