ByteBiteBit Scholarship

At, we all come to work every day because we want to assist everyone in solving the problem they might have while using technological devices. We understand how important an education is, so we’re offering eligible students the opportunity to win a $2,000 scholarship as a way to help cut down on the steep cost of high-quality education.

Annual Amount


Additional Selection Criteria


Our scholarship is open to all college students who are committed to making an impact in the world, but there are some requirements. You must fulfill the following requirements to apply:

  • Students Must Be Actively Enrolled in an American University
  • Students Must Be Registered as a U.S. Citizen

If you meet these requirements, then you are eligible to submit your essay, which has a chance to win you a $2,000 scholarship award. Applicants who do not meet these requirements will not be considered.

Application Process

Submission Guidelines

If you meet all of the requirements above, you may submit a 500 – 700 words essay on the topic: “Advantages and Disadvantages of Technology in Education” to for consideration.

You may also cite clinical studies if you wish, and are encouraged to note any outstanding achievements you’ve accomplished in your life. Feel free to add your own life experience to your essay, to personalize it.

Please be sure to include the following information:

  • Full Name
  • Full Address
  • University You’re Attending
  • Your Major
  • Proof of Student Status

Submissions must be sent through a university email to be considered for the scholarship award. Any submissions not sent through a university email will be discarded and will not be considered for this scholarship.

Essay Guidelines

The topic of your essay should be on: “Advantages and Disadvantages of Technology in Education” and you may feel free to take your own angle on it. Submissions must be 100% unique, and they will be checked for duplicate content.

Essays will be judged based on three criteria:

  • Quality of Content
  • Supporting Evidence
  • Uniqueness and Creativity

Students are encouraged to use clinical studies to support their arguments, and to cite authoritative, medical resources, as well. Be sure to submit your essay in MLA format to qualify for this scholarship.


December 15, 2020

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