Scholarship Opportunities

General/Multi-Category Scholarships

Davidson Fellows Scholarship. The Davidson Fellows Scholarship awards $50,000, $25,000 and $10,000 scholarships to extraordinary young people, 18 and under, who have completed a significant piece of work. Application categories are Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Literature, Music, Philosophy and Outside the Box.

IEA’s Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship. The Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship offers one of the only merit-based, need-blind high school scholarships to highly gifted students across the United States. Scholars receive a four-year high school scholarship to an optimally matched high school program intended to meet their unique intellectual and personal needs, as well as receive individualized support, educational advocacy, and a network of like-minded peers.

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Grants. The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation partners with educational leaders that share a commitment to advance the education of exceptionally promising students who have financial need. The foundation and its grant partners work together to create high-quality learning experiences for thousands of remarkable students whose families, schools, and communities need additional resources to help these students reach their fullest potential.

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship Program. The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s scholarship programs encourage and support outstanding students who work hard and have financial need. The scholarships provide financial assistance and academic support to high school, undergraduate, and graduate students.

Mensa Foundation Scholarship Program. The scholarship program for applicants in the U.S. awards more than $100,000 every year. U.S. applicants need not be Mensa members.  The foundation’s International Scholarship Program is open to international Mensans. One scholarship is for those attending college in the U.S., while the other scholarships are for those attending college outside the U.S. The foundation’s college scholarship program bases its awards on essays written by the applicants. Consideration is not given to grades, academic program, or financial need.