The Baby Sleep Site is devoted to helping in making dreams come true, regardless of whether it’s a child staying asleep for the entire evening or assisting you with moving on from school. They are glad to give two $1,500 grants every year, once in the Spring and once in the Fall. The Baby Sleep Site has been assisting families with accomplishing a superior night’s rest starting around 2008. This time, they are assisting students with their dreams and helping them in making their way to possible their dreams. the deadlines to apply for this grant vary from the spring submission deadline which is April 30th and the fall submission deadline, which is September 30th.
The scholarship is open to High School Seniors and College understudies from an underrepresented community of individuals including yet not restricted to single-parent families (regardless of whether you’re the parent or the understudy), guardians getting back to school after having kids, minority understudies, LGBTQ+, guardians of kids with disabilities and so on. Secondary school understudies applying for this scholarship should be no less than 15 years of age and provide an enrollment certificate. Undergrads keen on taking part in the grant program should be enlisted at a licensed college or university situated in the United States and 18 years or more.
The Baby Sleep Site has been assisting families with accomplishing a superior night’s rest starting around 2008. There is nobody size-fits-all way to deal with assistance exceptional children rest better so they guarantee to customize the experience for every family that they serve.
Below we have a brief description of the following scholarship:
|Organization||The Baby Sleep Site|
|Education Level||High school, college students|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Application Fees||Not required|
Who is Eligible?
The eligibility criteria for the following scholarship is as follows:
- Open to High School Seniors and College students from an under-represented group including but not limited to single-parent households (whether you’re the parent or the student), parents returning to school after having a child/children, minority students, LGBTQ+, parents of children with disabilities, students with disabilities, etc.
- High School students must be at least 15 years old and provide an Enrollment Certificate.
- College students interested in participating in the scholarship program must be enrolled at an accredited university or college based in the United States and 18 years or older.
- Open to high school and college students of the United States for the current school year.
How to Apply?
All eligible candidates can apply for this scholarship by submitting a 500-1,000 word essay on the topic of sleep, dreaming, the future, or your future dreams. Here are a few topic ideas:
- How would this scholarship help you achieve your dreams?
- How can we prioritize sleep in our culture?
- Is the rampant use of sleep aids for adults indicative of something bigger in our society?
- How are your dreams for the future unique?
- Do you remember your dreams? Share a recurring dream or significant dream in your life.
- Is sleep important to you or do you feel like it gets in the way of more important tasks?
There are no right or wrong answers. Simply share your ideas, research, feelings, etc. in an interesting essay.
Submit your complete application with essays and concerned materials using the link to the form below:
Following are the documents that need to be attached with your application form:
- 1-2 Page Cover Letter – Introduce yourself, let them know why you’re applying to the following scholarship, and why you’d be the right choice for this scholarship.
- Resume including education, work experience, extracurricular activities, and/or community service/volunteer work
- Official transcript
- Proof of Enrollment from the registrar – the check will be made out to you AND the educational institution at which you’re enrolled
- At least 2 dated Letters of Recommendation
- Income Verification (e.g. FAFSA Student Aid Report including income, two of your most recent W-2s, a copy of your most recent tax return, etc.).
The candidates to be eligible to get this grant must provide everything stated above to complete their applications. The most suitable candidate will be chosen and be given the honour of receiving an award worth $1,500.
The application deadlines for this particular scholarship are as follows:
- Spring Submission Deadline: April 30th
- Fall Submission Deadline: September 30th