Student of the Month is the first and only national program of its kind.
In addition to the national recognition, each month a $1,000 scholarship is awarded to a the High School Student of the Month and $1,000 scholarship to the College Student of the Month.
What makes a great Student of the Month?
Mark Twain said famously, “I never let my schooling interfere with my education.” We believe that the top students aren’t necessarily top of their class or identified by their 4.0 GPA. Education is a power one yields to affect the world and identified through passion and dedication. We want to hear about your passion and how you plan to use your education to change your world.
Husband-father re-entering school to pursue his dream of becoming a music conductor.
I consistently demonstrate initiative in both my part-time Law Class and my full-time employment.
I’m using my scholarship to pay for my education as I develop free online language programs for students in Pakistan.
I’ve overcome many challenges in my life. I am pursuing a nursing degree to help those who suffer from mental illness.
I am originally from Bosnia-Herzegovina. I love books, education, and politics. I want to become a lawyer and I’m working hard!!!
Though all the difficulties, I found my passion in medicine and continue my mission to acquire the knowledge needed to be a provider and give back to the world.
I am a Working Student/Father pursuing an Accounting degree and an MBA in Finance. I am also a veteran. My future plans include starting businesses in renewable energy and green building.
I am a perseverant college student who wants to learn as much as possible and help as many people I can along the way. I don’t let trials get the best of me; I make the best of them.
As a soon to be graduate from UCLA I am only just beginning my lifelong dedication to the study of cinema and the practice of film-making.
I am a Linguistics and English double major at the University of Georgia. My specialties include speech variation and second language acquisition. I’m also a dance instructor/choreographer, as well as an English tutor at the university, where I tutor international graduate students.