Scholarship for Single Moms

International Scholarships for Single Moms 2020

Are you a Single Mother seeking for financial opportunities to study in the midst of financial crises ?. Here’s a small collection of scholarships out there that want to financially empower single moms around the world to get an education, and create a better life for themselves and their kids (scholarship sums are in US dollars).

Live Your Dream Scholarship for Single Moms

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  • Value: $10,000
  • Deadline:November 15
  • Eligibility: An applicant must be a woman who:
    • Provides the primary financial support for her household
    • Is enrolled in or has been accepted to a vocational/skills training program or an undergraduate degree program.

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Custody X Change Single Parent Scholarship

  • Value: They award three scholarships every year: $1,000 in the Spring, $500 in the Summer and $1,000 in the Fall. 
  • Deadline: April 30, August 31, December 31,
  • Eligibility: An applicant must be a single parent who:
    • Have primary physical custody of one or more minor children
    • Is enrolled in an accredited college or university ( full-time)
    • Have a GPA of 3.0 or higher or be a first-semester student.
  • How it works: Send the following attachments via email to scholarships@custodyxchange.com:
    • A 400 to 500 word essay, “How will you use your education to improve your family?”
    • Your unofficial college transcript 

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Bema-Mora Nickolaou International Scholarship for Single Moms

  • Value: They award three scholarships every year: $1,000 in the Spring, $500 in the Summer and $1,000 in the Fall. 
  • Deadline: July 31
  • Eligibility: An applicant must be a single parent who is enrolled in an accredited post-secondary school.
  • How it Works: Complete a 500 to 1,000 word essay on ONE of the following topics:
    • How has being a single parent shaped your life goals?
    • In what way(s) would attending college benefit both you and your family?
    • In what ways do you believe single parents are stigmatized? How can we as a society put an end to these stereotypes?

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