Any full-time and part-time student attending an accredited school.
The future of classic cars in an autonomous world. How do you envision classic cars existing alongside autonomous driving cars?
August 1, 2021
Apply: Applicants must write an essay of at least 1000 words about the future of classic cars in an autonomous world.
Email your essay to [email protected] along with your full name, contact information, and school you are attending.
Winners will be decided by vote by the ourhairstyle committee. Winners will be notified directly and will be listed on this page.
Annual $500 Student Scholarship
Announcing the winner of the 2020 edition
The winner of the 2020 edition of the Annual $500 Student Scholarship is Francis D. Vetter from Ashesi Universityin Ghana. There was a lot of competition; we received over 15 applications from over 5 partner institutions. Kevin won the scholarship for being active as the organizer of the Global Game Jam at his university, and for his game Tagetti, as well as for his excellent grades. The prize money of $500 is on its way to Ashesi University.
Out of gratefulness to community, and to help foster the next generation of digital media developers, we decided to give a hand to students who are working to build the future of this field and thus established an annual Student Scholarship with which we give away $500 every year to one student.
Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today. – Malcolm X
The winner of the 2019 edition of the Annual $500 Student Scholarship is Robert Jordan from Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. There was a lot of competition; we received over 20 applications from over 10 partner institutions. Robert won the scholarship for his game Momentum and blog describing the development process, as well as for his excellent grades. The prize money of $500 has been transfered to the Victoria University of Wellington.