Scholarships Application Deadline Extension

Scholarship Application Extension

Our scholarship application deadline will be extended due to several school administrators’ request. The new ScholarshipJamaica.com scholarships application cycle deadline is Saturday, August 12, 2017. If you choose to apply as a new applicant or was unable to submit your application before last Friday’s deadline, you have until next Saturday, August 12 to apply.

After this new application deadline, NO application will be accepted. Additionally, please note that applications during this extension period will NOT be judged differently. There is no disadvantage to apply now.

The following scholarships are officially extended until Saturday, August 12, 2017. We welcome all applications.

  1. Arthur Winzro Parks Nursing Scholarship
  2. Arthur Winzro Parks Engineering Scholarship
  3. Arthur Winzro Parks Literature & Communication Scholarship
  4. Arthur Winzro Parks Computer Science Scholarship
  5. Arthur Winzro Parks Entrepreneurship Scholarship
  6. Arthur Winzro Parks Fashion Design Scholarships
  7. Edna Green Scholarships
  8. Joyce Ford Newell Scholarships for Students in St. Thomas
  9. Vashti A. Mills Achievement Scholarships

The above scholarships are offered through Next Move Jamaica International, Inc. a not-for-profit New York State registered 501 (c) 3 foundation.

Founded in 2012, Next Move Jamaica International, Inc. empowers Jamaican families with the knowledge and resources to successfully complete higher education, while providing scholarships, bursaries, school supplies, resume and interview preparations and support services to as many local students as possible.

Scholarships are free money available to you students. Why wait for the deadline? these donors are excited and driven to help you achieve your academic goals by helping you are your family cover the cost of your education. Don’t disappoint them, take this simple and easy opportunity to apply and win some money to help you on your way.

Why Apply Within Deadline?

College costs a lot more than it used to. According to a 2010 Trends in College Pricing report by College Board (in the USA), since the year 2000, public four-year tuition and fees have increased more than 5 percent annually above inflation. Tuition at public two-year colleges and private four-year colleges also increased by 3 percent above inflation.

The economy stinks, and your parents have no money. Well, hopefully that’s not 100 percent accurate, but there’s definitely some truth to that statement. While parents still very much value contributing to their children’s college tuition, the amount that families can afford to contribute has declined.

 

 

 

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