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Below you will find current 3rd party scholarships. As such, you will be competing with other students outside of Wongu.

Remember to read the terms and conditions of each scholarship carefully.

Check back frequently for updates.

Angeleno Accident Lawyers

Angeleno Accident Lawyers is offering a $1,000 scholarship to one student dedicated to making a difference in their community.

Below is a brief outline of the scholarship details:

  • Currently enrolled or accepted to a university/college for the 2023 school year
  • In good academic standing with the current educational institution
  • Possess a 3.0 GPA or higher
  • Be a US citizen

Write an essay of 1,200+ words in a PDF format with the given topic.

Submit the essay before 12:00 AM on December 31st, 2023 using the form on this link.

The successful candidate will be notified by email on January 15, 2024.

Here is a link to the scholarship page with further details pertaining to the opportunity and award:

Best Chinese Medicine’s Scholarship

Best Chinese Medicine’s Scholarship Program is inspired by its commitment to fostering education and promoting holistic health practices. It is offering a total of five scholarships, each valued at $1,000, to outstanding students pursuing degrees or studies related to Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, or Herbalism.

Below is a brief outline of the scholarship details:

  • Five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to students with outstanding entries that effectively and passionately address one (1) chosen topic.
  • Open to all students currently attending an accredited CCAOM college in the United States and enrolled in Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, or Herbalism.
  • Applications must be submitted by 11:59 PM PST on March 31, 2024.
  • 5 winning submissions will be chosen and announced by May 1, 2024.
  • Awards will be made by check to each winning applicant.

Further details on the eligibility criteria, application requirements, and application process can be found at

Gabe Jenks Memorial Scholarship is devoted to helping individuals affected by substance use. We also believe that everyone should have a chance to receive higher education. We are excited to announce our scholarship program to honor both above commitments.

Our first selected Annee Grayson, inspired our organization to name our scholarship after her late brother Gabriel “Gabe” Jenks, who passed away due to fentanyl poisoning. We honor his memory through our commitment to helping those affected by substance use.

Scholarship Eligibility:

  • $1,000 distributed per your school’s financial aid policies
  • Full-time college or university student (individuals taking 12 credits – about four classes each semester)
  • Be at least 18 years old

Scholarship Details:

The Scholarship is an essay submission format. Individuals submit an essay in adherence to the guidelines below. The Team will review these essays, and the scholarship will be awarded to the best essay that meets all submission guidelines. This scholarship will be awarded annually with a different essay topic each year.

Essay Topic:

Explain in as much detail as you are comfortable with how drug and alcohol use has affected your life. Substance use is far-reaching, so this is not solely for individuals who have struggled with drugs and alcohol personally. You may also explain how the substance use of those close to you has impacted your life.  Conclude your essay with your personal viewpoints on how drug and alcohol use has become so prevalent in the United States, and share what you think should be done to improve it.

Essay Guidelines:

  • It must be an original essay
  • Keep essay length between 1000-1500 words
  • The essay must include personal experience, individual viewpoints on our nation’s drug epidemic, and one’s own ideas on how to make things better

Submission Guidelines:

  • Send all essays to [email protected] along with your name and the College/University you attend
  • Essays must be sent from your College/University email address
  • Submission Deadline – July 1st, 2024
  • Awarded to the winner in August for Fall Semester

You can find more information about the scholarship on their website here.

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