I Have A Dream Scholarship Winners
ScholarshipExperts.com is pleased to announce the winners of the I Have A Dream Scholarship Program.
In 2014, our I Have a Dream Scholarship question is: “We want to know…what do you dream about? Whether it’s some bizarre dream you had last week, or your hopes for the future, share your dreams with us for a chance to win $1,500 for college.”
Students can access the 2014 I Have a Dream Scholarship application online until January 31, 2014 at 11:59 pm EST.
Information about the 2014 scholarship winner and winning scholarship response will be updated here on or around April 30, 2014.
In 2013, our I Have a Dream Scholarship question was: “We want to know…what do you dream about? Whether it’s some bizarre dream you had last week, or your hopes for the future, share your dreams with us for a chance to win $1,000 for college.”
Here is the 2013 I Have a Dream Scholarship winner and winning scholarship response.
My uncle always told me to do things in spite of. In spite of others, in spite of circumstance, in spite of financial standing, and in spite of the nagging feeling of doubt that often fills you. My dream is to follow that advice. To be successful in spite of the statistic. The statistic that growing up in a low income family, with family members who’ve been incarcerated, involved in drugs, or torn apart by a nasty divorce, are likely to follow in those footsteps. My dream is to remember the discord I grew up in and learn from it. My dream is that, even though other than my father, no members in my family have attended college that I will. My dream is that even though, in my childhood, I never stayed in one place for long, that my children will have a stable home with parents they can depend on. My dream is that even though my mom never found her dream job that I will find a career that lights a passionate fire within me and puts food on the table. I dream that I will always have enough faith in myself to never turn to drugs or alcohol as a crutch. My dream is for people to look at me, and look at what I’ve accomplished and say, “Look at all she’s done, in spite of.”