Chegg has now become MORE than just a company that rents textbooks. It appears that Chegg has acquired Zinch and now provides all kinds of college-related information, including scholarships. It appears that some of the scholarships funded by Zinch and Chegg are available, still.
Eligibility Requirements: All U.S. high school and college students are eligible.
Money: According to the website, SUPPOSEDLY Zinch gives away $1,000 a week.
“SCHOLARSHIP OVERVIEW: Each week, Zinch will post a question at
and give entrants up to 280 characters to answer the question. Zinch will pick one winner with the best answer from among all entrants. Winners of the Zinch $1000 Weekly Scholarship, or individuals who referred such winners to Zinch, are not eligible to receive any matching funds from Zinch under any Zinch matching program.” This is, practically, a scholarship without an essay. Basically, just answer a question.
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Here is a list of scholarships with no essays. Many people are looking for “no essay” contests when it comes to finding college grants and scholarships. The
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Students that can easily express themselves through writing flock toward scholarships with interesting essays and the scholarships on this list are just that.