Today is the last day to apply for the $20,000 Answers.com Scholarship, for students planning to be enrolled in an undergraduate university program next year.
After you sign in on Answers.com (registration is quick and free), choose any 50 questions to answer (or create your own) and submit the answers using the application form which you can find here.
If you have any questions, email scholarship @ answers.com or review the rules on the scholarship page.
One last time: good luck! See you when we announce the winners.
Well, specifically university undergrads studying next year in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, India, Australia and New Zealand: You’ve still got until this coming Monday to submit your 50 answers to apply for the 2011 Answers.com Scholarship. That’s March 28th, the deadline for applications.
Thirteen scholarships will be awarded – one $5,000 scholarship, two $2,500 scholarships, and ten scholarships valued at $1,000 each.
The 50 answers can be in any category on Answers.com. So why not kill two birds and answer questions in your major? Otherwise, stick with your hobbies, favorite literature, or any other topic you can give quality answers in.
Learn more about how to apply for the scholarship here.
The clock is ticking!
Use that university noodle of yours and apply for the Answers.com Scholarship Fund for next year – in short, answer questions to win cash for college.
For the third straight year, Answers.com is making available a $20,000 scholarship fund for students planning to enroll in undergraduate college during the 2011-2012 academic year.
Here are the basics:
- The scholarship is open to students attending universities in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and India.
- Applicants must answer at least fifty questions in any of the 6,000-plus categories on Answers.com.
- Prizes will be awarded as follows: a first-place $5,000 scholarship, two $2,500 scholarships, and ten $1,000 scholarships.
- Candidates can submit online by March 28, 2011 or send a hard copy postmarked by the same date.
And now a word from Answers.com CEO Bob:
“The goal of Answers.com is to engage with those who want to gain knowledge on a particular subject or topic. We also encourage our users to take this pursuit of knowledge offline and to never stop looking for answers, no matter what the medium.”
Fun fact: users visit Answers.com with a science question almost every 30 seconds. So there’s plenty of material to go ’round – better get started!
Get further details on the scholarship program, qualifications, and the application submission process. Good luck!
This week, Answers.com CEO Bob Rosenschein spent some time chatting with over 100 visiting students/campers from across the United States. They were visiting as part of Camp Ramah‘s summer seminar in Israel – a program for 11th and 12th graders from across the United States exploring the country for six weeks.
Among the historical, archeological and traditional perspectives, the program wanted to share with its participants the technological view of the country; who better to give the verbal tour than Answers.com?
Bob’s talk included an entertaining history of the company, an introduction to Israeli technology and an inspirational word about making a difference.
And what more would a visiting student at Answers.com want, than some fashionable t-shirt-wear?
Hey, American/British/Canadian students! Don’t mean to interrupt your weekend, but the deadline to apply for the $20,000 WikiAnswers.com Scholarship Fund is THIS TUESDAY! Between now and then, you should be able to find time to log in to WikiAnswers.com and answer 50 questions in any category/ies of your choice and submit them to win $1,000 for next year… right?
And I’m not the only one talking it up… A whole bunch of education blogs have announced the scholarship in the last few days. So no claiming you didn’t know the opportunity exists…
New announcement from Answers Corp today: The company that is all about knowledge-sharing is now extending itself towards helping students acquire further knowledge – with the WikiAnswers Scholarship Program:
“Building a worldwide Q&A community takes a lot of hard work, dedication and knowledge — and it doesn’t only happen on the WikiAnswers site. Knowledge-sharing is a part of who we are every day, which is why Answers Corporation established the $20,000 WikiAnswers Scholarship Fund to provide funds for deserving students.”
Whoa! So here are some of the details, broken down:
- The WikiAnswers Scholarship Program plans to award twenty scholarships valued at $1,000 each for use by recipients.
- This scholarship is for students planning to be enrolled in undergraduate classes during the 2009-2010 academic year.
- Sign in to WikiAnswers with your username and answer at least 50 questions of your choice. The panel of judges will review the 50 answers you submit with your application for quality and accuracy.
- All materials must be submitted (and postmarked) by March 31, 2009.
You can get more details, including the FAQs and the downloadable scholarship application on the WikiAnswers Scholarship Program page.
As always, stay tuned for more scholarship information, tips and news.
Just received word that Answers.com was mentioned in the top 100 useful niche – well, I’ll let the title do the rest of the talking:
100 Useful Niche Search Engines You’ve Never Heard Of
“…college students sometimes need more specific tools to help them uncover quality information on the Web that they can use for class projects, research papers, and even job and apartment searches.” (College@Home)
Well, what an honor to be included on a list of 100 alternative online tools for college students. Answers.com is great for class research, quick look ups during study groups, familiarizing with summer internships, and loads more.
I just hope you didn’t really never hear of it yet…