5 Scholarships and Fellowships with November Deadlines

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Whether you’ve hit the submit button on those early action college applications or you’re already a hard-working college student, November is a great month to start your college scholarship search. It’s never too early or too late to find money for your college education!

ScholarshipAdvisor has a database of more than 3 million dollars worth of college scholarships, fellowships, and grants. Many of them go unclaimed every year because no one applies. Don’t let college scholarships slip away from you! Download the ScholarshipAdvisor moblie app to search for college scholarships on the go as well and set deadline reminders so you never miss a due date.

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These five college scholarships have November deadlines:

1. Blogging Scholarship 

Deadline: 11-13-13

This $1,000 college scholarship is for students who have a passion for sharing their thoughts and experiences through blogging. “We believe those who freely express themselves are far more likely to find their true passions and connect with people to bring on large-scale social change.”

2. Amelia Earhart Fellowship for Women


This $10,000 fellowship helps talented women pursuing advanced studies in the typically male-dominated fields of aerospace-related sciences and engineering achieve their educational goals.

3. American Dissertation Fellowship

Deadline: 11-15-13

If you are a woman in the final year of your dissertation, you are eligible to apply for this $20,000 fellowship from the American Association of University Women.

4. Chick and Sophie Major Memorial Duck Calling Contest

Deadline: 11-25-13

If you have a talent for duck calling, you can compete for this $2,000 college scholarship at the annual Duck Festival in Stuttgart, Arkansas. All are welcome!

5. Pasta Tales Essay Contest


This $2,500 award is offered by Olive Garden to the student who best answers the essay question, “How would you help end hunger in your community?”

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Applying for scholarships, fellowships, and grants is an imprtant step in paying for your college education. By filling out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) you can also qualifiy for scholarships that are administered specifically by individual colleges. 


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