At SameDayLoans365, we understand that there is little in this world that is more important than having access to education. While all types of education are important, we believe that learning to be financially responsible from a young age is one of the bases to living a happy life. Our website is dedicated to teach people how to access and choose suitable credit products.
As one of our primary missions is to be active members in our community, we decided that one of the best ways to support it, would be to invest in its future, by helping students off-set their higher education cost. Therefore we created our SDL Achievers Scholarship.
SameDayLoans365 is proud to announce the awarding of $500 in scholarship to one winner in our SDL Achievers Scholarship 2018 Contest. The winning student will earn a one-time $500 lump scholarship to use towards education costs.
To be eligible for our Scholarship, a student must:
To enter into our contest, we require that students write a 750-word essay, or infographic on one of the following topics:
After writing your essay, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org in Microsoft Word or PDF format.
For info-graphics, attach them to e-mail along with other required details.
Applicants are required to send all of their contact information along with their essay, or infographic. This includes name, address, and phone number.
Applicants also need to state where they are currently or planning on attending university. We require that applicants provide proof of this, and it’s important to remember that we will make the transfer out to you.
Winners for the SDL Achievers Scholarship are selected Quarterly, with application submission deadlines on June 28, September 28, December 28, March 28.
The winners will be announced accordingly, on July 16, October 16, January 16, April 16.
Colleen McMahon, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.
“My name is Colleen and I am currently a senior at Washington State University in Pullman, WA. I am majoring in accounting and will be graduating with my bachelor’s degree in May. I will be attending graduate school next year to obtain my Master of Science in Taxation. I have an internship at a public accounting firm this summer in their tax department and I plan to work as a CPA once I graduate.”
Read Colleen’s essay here.
Amanda Rivera, Calhoun Community College, Huntsville, AL.
“My name is Amanda Rivera. I’m 26 years old. I’m a wife and mom going back to school to become an elementary teacher. I enjoy reading, running, and binge-watching detective dramas. I hope to make the world a little bit better place by being a great teacher to many classrooms of kids. I’m taking all my classes online so I can work part-time and also keep up with my one-year old. I hope to graduate with my AA in Summer 2018 and my BA in Spring 2020.”
Read Amanda’s essay here.
Ricardo Calderon, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.
“Hello, my name is Ricardo Calderon. I have just transferred from DePaul and am working towards getting a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology. I chose this particular field because I love the fact that you have to continue to learn the new material in this field. My current objective is to receive a job relating to Information technology while I do my school work so I can apply what I have learned. This year has been going really well and I’am hoping to graduate by 2020.”
Read Ricardo’s essay here.
Jason Jaime Montañez, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.
“My name is Jason Montañez and I am a twenty-year-old future freshman who will be attending the University of Arizona starting this Fall. I will be majoring in computer science and my graduation date will be in May 2022 (fingers crossed)! Some of my hobbies include gaming, building computers, and binge watching tv series. I will use this scholarship to continue my studies and do what I love most!”
Read Jason’s essay here.
Their essays are so surprisingly good, that we decided to support them by granting second prizes of $100 and $50! Congrats!
Danny Garcia, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL.
“I am Danny Garcia and I am currently a freshman Computer Science student at Illinois Institute of Technology. I intend on obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and plan on graduating by Spring 2021, or perhaps even sooner if I continue to take on extra courses! It is my goal to get into the technology field and develop amazing software for others to enjoy in the hopes of furthering the tech industry.”
Read Danny’s essay here.
Michael Patterson, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.
“My name is Michael Patterson, I am studying mechanical engineering at Washington State University, and I am headed into my senior year in the fall. I will be graduating in May 2019, and eventually, hope to find a job working as a project manager or design engineer. I am currently trying to decide if I want to pursue a master’s degree in engineering management, although some of that depends on whether or not I can find a job after completing my bachelor’s degree. In my spare time, I enjoy running, swimming, hiking, cooking, and baking. I see a lot of connections between cooking and engineering design, and I think that is why I enjoy it so much.”
Read Michael’s essay here.
Clare McCullough, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI.
“Clare McCullough was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In her spare time, she volunteers, reads books, and is currently writing a science fiction novel. Clare is attending Marquette University for a bachelor’s in Political Science with a concentration in Political Economy and Public Policy. Asian Studies is her minor and she has achieved an intermediate level of Mandarin Chinese as well as studied abroad in Beijing. Her anticipated graduation year will be the spring of 2019.”
Read Clare’s essay here.
Jose Silva, Culinary Institute LeNôtre, Houston, TX.
“Hi, my name is Jose Silva. I am graduating from Culinary Institute Lenôtre this year in August 2018. I will be receiving an Associates degree in Culinary Arts. I am a former Marine. I love experimenting with food and having people enjoy my unique creations. I one day hope to open up my own authentic Mexican restaurant with a modern twist. Thank you so much!”
Read Jose’s essay here.
Their essays are worth sharing, and we decided to support them by granting second prizes of $100 and $50! Congrats!
Katelyn Ralston, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.
“My name is Katelyn Ralston and I’m going into neuroscience this fall at the University of Arizona. I’ll be graduating in 2022, but I plan on going back for my master’s and eventually getting my PhD when the opportunity arises. For now I’m just excited to be starting college, and hope I can make it through without too much debt!”
Read Katelyn’s essay here.
Owen Spencer, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.
“My name is Owen Spencer. I will be attending graduate school at the University of Arizona in the Fall of 2018 for My MPH in Health Services Administration. I will be going through a two year program and I am very excited that I have been awarded this prize. The money will be used for my schooling expenses.”
Read Owen’s essay here.