"Driving-Tests.org Annual Scholarship 2016" http://driving-tests.org/scholarship/ $2,500. Deadline: 31 Dec 2016.
Robert J. Stuckey Essay Contest : $1,500, $750, and $250. For any student, grades 9-12. One essay per school. Topic: "One or more aspects of books and reading." Single book reviews are not acceptable. See Mr. Murphy for further details. Deadline postmark: 31 Jan 2017
Missouri S & T Chancellor's Scholarship: $12,000. Criteria: 3.75 GPA, class rank top 10%, strong leadership in school and community. Student must apply to MS&T prior to November 1. Application and the 750-word essay must be submitted through the Academic Works at http://scholarship.mst.edu by Nov. 1. Must take ACTby Oct 22, 2016 and score 31+ OR CR+M of 1360 on SAT.
http://sfa.mst.edu/chancellors for more information.
Jefferson Scholars, University of Virginia: Website: http://jeffersonscholarsfoundation.cmail19.com/t/r-l-yddtkktl-hilrduhuuy-j/ Brochure: http://jeffersonscholarsfoundation.cmail19.com/t/r-l-yddtkktl-hilrduhuuy-t/ Counselor must nominate; if interested, see Mr. Murphy
Upcoming scholarships with short deadlines:
$1,000 Scholarship: CleanItSupply.com Scholarship Due Date: November 21
1,000 Scholarship: CustomerBlooms Scholarship Contest Due Date: December 31
$1,000 Scholarship: Moolahspot Scholarship Due Date: December 31
American Fire Sprinkler Association Scholarship
Sponsoring Organization Albacore.Org Scholarship: Up to $6,000 in scholarships available. Application opens Oct 10, 2016. https://alcorehab.org/scholarship/
$1,000 Scholarship: College JumpStart Scholarship Due Date: October 17
$5,000 Scholarship: Education Matters Scholarship Due Date: November 30
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarships: http://www.jkcf.org/scholarship-programs/
Legal Lawsuit Scholarship: https://www.lawsuitlegal.com/giving-back/scholarship.php
Deadline: 15 December 2016.
Planning a Wedding Scholarship (creativity): Information-- http://www.hitched.co.uk/wedding-scholarship/ Deadline: 20 Nov 2016.
B. Davis $1,000 Scholarship: visit our website at http://www.studentawardsearch.
Zumper Scholarships: https://www.zumper.com/apartments-scholarship Deadline: 15 Nov 2016.
Tobacco Free Scholarship: http:// https://tobaccofreelife.org/scholarship/
Quit Smoking Scholarship: Essay contest, $3,000. Essay entails bring awareness about smoking to its readers. More info: https://quitsmokingcommunity.org/scholarship/ Deadlines: 17 January 2017.
A second one: https://www.migvapor.com/scholarship Deadlines: 31 May and 1 Nov each year.
Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophies Scholarship: Merit based and social media based. Criteria: scholarship for tuition, books, and equipment for education courses. Application: http://www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship/10914/lgmd_awareness_scholarship_scholarship/php
HAVE ANNUAL RECURRING,
100 BLACK MEN SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: Feb 28
DETAILS: Open to undergraduate or high school students transitioning to college, planning to attend school for entire academic year beginning in the Fall 2015. Have at least a 2.5 GPA or better, completed 50 hours of “active” community service within past 12 months with certified documentation. Leadership involvement required. Essay, recommendation letters, application information can be found: http://www.100blackmen.org/education.aspx
ACCESS MISSOURI FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - ACCESS GRANT
DUE: April 1
DETAILS: Applicant must be a US citizen or permanent resident residing in Missouri; have a FAFSA on file by April 1 attend a participating school; have an EFC of $12,000 or less. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CLICK HERE
ACTIVE CALENDAR SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: April 20
DETAILS: Write an essay between 500-1,000 words telling us why knowing what’s happening on campus is vital to your success as a student. They will pick their favorite to award the $1,000 prize and even post the winning essay to our website as well as some of the runners-up. The winner will be chosen and announced on April 30. CLICK HERE FOR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
American Legion Scholarship: 20 April deadlines
Erman W. Taylor Memorial Scholarship: Two $500, descendant of veteran who served more than 90 days+ active duty in Armed Forces with honorable discharge, Missouri resident, use award as full time student at state accredited Missouri college or university, provide discharge certificate for the veteran on application, essay of 500 words on this subject [“In your opinion, what was the most significant world event of 2013-2014?] Applications for all scholarships listed are found at www.missourilegion.org Deadline for all listed above: 20 April http://www.missourilegion.org/erman_w._taylor_memorial_10-2-15.pdf
Charles L. Bacon Memorial Scholarship: Two $500 awards given to individuals who are current members of The American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary, or Sons of the American Legion, or a descendant of any member thereof. Must be unmarried, under age 21, Missouri resident, and use scholarship as full time student at accredited Missouri college or university. http://www.missourilegion.org/charles_l._bacon_memorial_10-2-15.pdf
Shane Dean Voyles Memorial Scholarship: $500. One per school. Criteria: scholastic, leadership, and athletic abilities; deeply involved in community and school activities; enroll full-time in accredited college or university. Deadline: 20 April http://www.missourilegion.org/shane_dean_voyles_memorial_10-2-15.pdf
High School Oratorical Contest: $1,500 to $2,000 scholarships (national ones can range up to $20,000) 1-800-846-9023 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions. Entry: http://www.legion.org/oratorical Rules and application at this web site. Deadline: 20 April http://www.missourilegion.org/september_2015.pdf
Lillie Lois Ford Scholarship: $1,000. Must attend American Legion Boys State of Missouri (CMSU, males, one week) or Auxiliary Girls State of Missouri (females, one week) in summer or a full session of the Department’s Cadet Patrol Academy in Jefferson City (one week). http://www.missourilegion.org/lillie_lois_ford_scholarship_fund_10-2-15.pdf
Loving service to family and community;
M.D. “Jack” Murphy Memorial Nurses Training Fund: $750 award -- $375 for consecutive semesters. Must be training to be a registered nurse (RN). Top 40% graduating class. http://www.missourilegion.org/m.d._jack_murphy_memorial_10-2-15.pdf
Mailed entries should not exceed 16" x 23" and the preferred format is horizontal
American Psychological Association Scholarships, Grants and Awards
AMERIQUEST TRANSPORTATION SERVICES SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: May 30
DETAILS: Students who are studying or are planning to study a technology or business derived major, or a related field or trade, are invited to take part in our $1,000 scholarship essay competition. A solid transportation industry is the backbone of a healthy economy. Without timely, reliable drivers, the economy can slowly grind to a halt, and expenses and living costs can become unaffordable. Whether you know it or not, the transportation industry is suffering from a serious shortage of drivers. This is not just a problem related to the American transportation industry; a number of European countries are also seeing shortages in their ranks of professional drivers. This problem has forced the industry to begin reevaluating its practices, hoping to attract a new pool of young, qualified drivers. The topic for this year’s scholarship essay competition is, “What can the transportation industry do to attract a new generation of drivers?” For your essay, take this concept and present your ideas as to how the industry can best market these jobs to young adults and millennials. Tackle the issue from whatever angle you prefer. Essays must be between 500-1,000 words. FOR APPLICATION CLICK HERE
College Scholarships and Grants Available for Veterans
CORCENTRIC ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: May 30
DETAILS: Corcentric is offering a $1,000 scholarship to one talented thinker and writer. To apply, write an essay (500 to 1,000 words) that addresses the question: "One of the prevailing issues facing so many young adults in the U.S. is the large student debt they carry upon graduating from college. Saving early through 529 plans and Roth IRA’s are just some of the ways to offset a portion of that debt. Consider what you or your parents did or are doing to prepare for your college education. If you were able to advise young students on this issue, what would you advise them to do?" Submissions must be received by May 30th This scholarship is open to currently enrolled full-time college freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, as well as to high school seniors in the United States who will attend college. CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION INFORMATION
CREATE A GREETING CARD SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: Feb 18
DETAILS: Deadline 1 March
Student Scholarships Newsletter: This link http://www.studentscholarships.org has many scholarships for which students can apply. Deadlines vary.
DISTINCTIVE WINDOW SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: May 25
DETAILS: Students interested in this scholarship are invited to participate in our essay competition. The topic to be explored for this year’s scholarship essay contest is “Today’s Design Trends Across Different Markets.” Essays should be between 500-1,000 words. This contest is open to high school seniors and college students looking to study interior design, art and design, architecture, or another related major/industry. FOR APPLICATION INFORMATION CLICK HERE
DUE: April 30
DETAILS: The Epps Scholarship Fund awards scholarships to college-bound high school seniors based on demonstrated academic achievement, financial need, and an express interest in pursuing a legal education. Eligibility: The students eligible for assistance must be graduating high school seniors who reside in Missouri and intend to continue their education at a four-year college or university and then at an accredited law school. Consideration will be given to academic achievement, financial need and the student’s community service record. Students should submit a scholarship application on the form provided by the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation. CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION
CLAY County Farm Bureau Scholarship:
DUE: April 6
DETAILS: Students must be a Clay County resident; parents must have been a Clay County Farm Bureau member at least three years. School and community involvement required. For application and essay requirements, CLICK HERE. Scholarship is to be returned by April 6 to: Clay County Farm Bureau, 944 Sutton Place, Liberty, MO 64068
DUE: Feb 28
DETAILS: GreenPal's scholarship is open to any graduating high school senior, college freshman or sophomore who owns and operates his/her own small business, or has put together a business plan to start a business while in college. Additionally, the student must enter their freshman year at an accredited two- or four-year university, college or vocational/technical institute during the Fall of 2015. For details and application information CLICK HERE
GORDON M ROBINSON SCHOLARSHIP
GREATER KANSAS CITY - NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
DUE: March 1
DETAILS: The Fund was established in memory Gordon Matthew Robinson, who was a graduate of Truman High School in Independence, Missouri, a computer science major and member of Theta Xi-Alpha Psi chapter at Missouri University of Science and Technology when he tragically passed away in a car accident on his way home for Thanksgiving in 2009. The purpose of the Fund is to provide scholarships to assist financially struggling Missouri residents who are computer science majors at a public four-year college or university in Missouri. Eligibility: The students eligible for assistance shall be: Missouri residents; no older than twenty-one (21) years old when they apply; enrolled in or planning to enroll full-time in a public four-year college or university in Missouri; major in computer science; and demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to graduating seniors and graduates from Truman High School in Independence, MO and to students attending Missouri University of Science and Technology. Scholarships may be awarded to students at other schools at the discretion of the Advisory Committee. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
BEATRICE PRISCILLA STEWART SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: March 15
DETAILS: Students eligible for assistance shall embody the social, cultural and educational values of Beatrice Priscilla Stewart in that the student will be: Resident of Clay County, of African-American descent in the age range of 17-30 years, accepted to and attending an accredited two-year or four-year private or public college or university for the first time, minimum GPA 2.5 on 4 point scale, passionate about education and able to articulate how the education will be used and, convey via written essay what characteristics and conditions are present for the student that indicate the student’s ability and commitment to persevere to degree completion. CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION
DUE: March 31
DETAILS: Seniors in Clay County who will be pursuing a degree in the automotive field. Must have at least 2.75 GPA, have participated in some form of community service, and have worked during high school. Application materials are available and must be submitted online at: Application Information can be found here
DUE: April 15
DETAILS: High School seniors (male or female) in the Greater Kansas City area who demonstrates a
financial need. Selection is also based on grades and ACT scores. Applicant must submit an application, counselor’s report, transcript, and both parents’ most recent Federal Income Tax form 1040. For more information: Call NCJW office at 913-648-0747 email: email@example.com Applications can be found HERE
DUE: Feb 27
DETAILS: High school winners are selected based on a point system rating their GPA, ACT/SAT, educator recommendation, and leadership potential (honors, awards and activities). HS Applicants must be planning to attend college and majoring in Accounting. Applications will be accepted through February 28, 2014. To apply: http://www.mocpa.org/students/scholarships
DUE: March 31
DETAILS: Four (4) $1,500 scholarships and individual certificates awarded to four (4) students selected by the Missouri Insurance Education Foundation Scholarship Committee. CRITERIA: Applicant must be a Missouri
resident; applicant must be a graduating high school senior in the year of the award; applicant must be a full-time Missouri college/university freshman in the coming academic year with an interest or intent to pursue an insurance, risk management, or actuarial science course of study in an accredited Missouri college or university; applicant must demonstrate scholarship -- in the complete sense -- consistent with capacity and circumstances. For more information and application: http://www.mief.org
Fantasy Sports Daily Scholarship for Higher Learning Award: now available and accepting student applications through with a scholarship to be awarded in the amount of $ 1000 USD. The scholarship link for student applications is located here: https://www.fantasysportsdaily.com/scholarship/ Deadline: 1 April
Fastweb Scholarships: http://scholarships.fastweb.com/y-high-school-seniors?utm_source=solo&utm_content=201411_EDU Deadlines will vary by scholarship.
Global Life Equipment Scholarship: $500. Criteria--be attending college or university in U.S. in Fall of 2015, essay, 2.50 GPA. Application: http://www.usedforkliftsmissouri.com Deadline: 15 June
10 Words or Less Scholarship : $500. Criteria---ages 14-25 who will be attending school in Fall of 2015; submit answer to the question on http://www.studentscholarships.org Facebook page. Application: http://www.studentscholarships.org/easy.php Deadline: 15 June
Mark A. Forester Scholarship : $1,000. 12 June 2016 deadline. Criteria: presently enrolled in American university or college, or will be in Fall 2016. 300-500-word essay explaining how application goes about honoring America's military heroes. No attachment; be sure to include full name, college of choice, and contact information. Application: http://www.rockymountainmattress.com/company/mark-a-forester-scholarship.php
GREATER KC OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION (GKCOA) SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: April 15
DETAILS: Scholarships are available for current high school seniors involved in at least one of the following sports programs: football, volleyball, girls’ basketball, and/or boys’ basketball. Students must have a 2.50 GPA or higher and intending to enroll in a college, university or technical school. This is a one-time, $250 scholarship. FOR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION AND DETAILS CLICK HERE
HAYS C. KIRBY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ( grades 9-12)
DUE: March 1
DETAILS: Students in grades seven through twelve, attending a public, private, parochial school, or home school program in the U.S. are eligible to enter this essay contest. Students must be willing to submit an essay of at least 1,500 words focusing clearly on the current year's theme. 2015 Hayes C Kirby Essay Scholarship Contest - “I love my country because…” is the theme for this scholarship contest. Get creative and win a $5,000 college scholarship. Prizes for 2nd and 3rd too. Contest ends Sunday, March 1, 2015. Guidelines HCK 2015 FOR APPLICATION AND MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE
HDF Scholarship Program: Criteria: Hispanic ethnicity, permanent address in Greater KC metropolitan area within Clay, Jackson, Platte, Johnson, and Wyandotte counties, exhibit proven academic merit and community service, applicant accepted to accredited college or university and pursuing a degree, minimum 12 taken for student. Some colleges will match the HDF scholarship. Deadline: 1 March 2015
NFIB [National Federation of Independent Business ]: $1,000 to $15,000. Criteria: graduating senior, plan to enter accredited 2 yr or 4 yr college, university, or vocational institute in Fall, 2010; applicant must demonstrate entrepreneurial spirit and initiative in starting own business, participate in DECA, Junior Achievement, FBLA, FFA, etc. (an officially established business is not a requirement). Semi-finalists will be interviewed by an NFIB member. Submit application online at www.NFIB.com/YEA Deadline 1 Jan
Braxton Rethwisch Scholarship: $500 scholarship to the MOACAC college or university of the student's choice. Each MOACAC member high school may only nominate one student. The recipients will be officially recognized at the MOACAC Spring Conference. Criteria: commitment to academic excellence and service and must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. The application can be found at the link below: https://maca.memberclicks.net/assets/docs/MOACACscholarship/2016-2017%20moacac%20scholarship%20application.pdf Deadline: 6 March at the address noted via postal delivery only.
Playing with a Purpose Scholarship (for Christian Athletes)
$2,000 scholarship. Other benefits include a unique athlete profile, award certificate for finalists, a press release, and summer opportunities for sports’ ministries.
Criteria: Applying student athletes must meet ALL of the following criteria:
1. Currently a high school sophomore, junior or senior;
2. Maintains a minimum "C" grade average or higher;
3. Currently a varsity level athlete in one or more sports;
4. A committed follower of Jesus Christ
Information and application available at: http://www.playingwithpurpose.org
Further questions: http://firstname.lastname@example.org Application Deadline: February 1
James L. and Nellie M. Westlake Scholarship: Criteria -- Missouri resident, graduating senior, family adjusted income of $50,000 or less, cumulative GPA between 2.50 and 4.00 unweighted. Applications available at: http://sms.scholarshipamerica.org/westlake Deadline: 1 Feb
Elizabeth Spelman Health Career Scholarship: $1,000. Application at this website: http://www.saintlukeshealthsystem.org/locations/saint-lukes-north-hospital%E2%80%93barry-road or go to www.saintlukeshealthsystem.org and select LOCATIONS, Saint Luke’s North Hospital – Barry Road. Must be a resident of Clay, Platte, or Clinton County. Applicant must be declaring a major in a health-related curriculum. If questions, call Joanie Binggeli at 816-880-6770. Deadline: 6 March
Zeta Eta Nu Civic Scholarship for Women: $500. Zeta Eta Nu is a civic service sorority that serves organizations such as Northcare Hospice and Northland Early Education Center, as well as raises money for other organizations in the Northland. Criteria: community service, academic achievements, personal achievements, demonstrated leadership, financial need, and recommendations. The scholarship recipient will be announced in April. All completed applications should be sent to Zeta Eta Nu Scholarship Committee, Tammy Woehl, 1220 NE 94th Terrace, Kansas City, MO 64155. Application, transcript and letters of recommendation are to be mailed together in a single packet http://sthscounseling.weebly.com/uploads/5/1/7/9/5179910/scholarship_app_2015.doc Information letter: http://sthscounseling.weebly.com/uploads/5/1/7/9/5179910/scholarship_letter_to_schools_2015.doc If you have any questions, please contact Tammy Woehl at 816-304-7245 or email@example.com Deadline: 28 Feb
Missouri Society of CPA's Scholarship: Accounting scholarship. The following links are provided:
Complimentary Student Membership Application: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/?sm=E6%2f%2fBMt9dyH%2bpAR58igHuA%3d%3d
HISPANIC DEVELOPMENT SCHOLARSHIP FUND - KANSAS CITY
DUE: March 1
DETAILS: The program will operate throughout the Greater Kansas City Metropolitan Area generally defined as Clay, Jackson, Platte, Johnson and Wyandotte Counties. However, the primary focus will be to assist Hispanic students residing in those areas with the largest population of Hispanic residents, namely the Argentine and Central Avenue communities in Kansas and the Westside and Northeast neighborhoods in Missouri. The applicant must exhibit proven academic merit (as reflected in GPA and answer to essay question), financial need (as exhibited by family's gross income, size of family, and other financial need), and community involvement (as reflected in the application). Applicants must be Hispanic. The objective of this program is to provide financial assistance to Hispanic Americans. FOR APPLICATION AND INFORMATION
HY-VEE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP - 40 scholarships will be awarded!
DUE: Feb 10
DETAILS: All HS seniors working for Hy-Vee, or who began their employment on or before Sept 15, 2013. Seniors who have parents who work for Hy-Vee for at least 6 months (full or part-time) are also eligible to apply. Applicant must be enrolling into college for the first time. For other criteria, requirements and scholarship application: http://www.hy-vee.com/company/scholarships/default.aspx Application Information also FOUND HERE
JACKIE ROBINSON FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
DUE: Feb 15
AMOUNT: up to $7,500 per year, for four years.
DETAILS: Through its Education and Leadership Development Program, the Jackie Robinson Foundation provides scholarships of up to $24,000/four years to minority high school students showing leadership potential and demonstrating financial need to attend an accredited 4-year college or university of their choice. For application and more information: http://www.jackierobinson.org/apply/programs.php
JERRY SHARP MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Joseph J. Frank Scholarship: Five $500 awards to members or descendants of American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary, or Sons of the American Legion. Must attend Boys State or Girls State (see above), unmarried, under age 21, resident of Missouri, and use scholarship as full time student at accredited college or university. http://www.missourilegion.org/joseph_j._frank_scholarship_10-2-15.pdf
Junior: - 150 cumulative volunteer hours to qualify
KANSAS CITY LEGAL SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION ( KCLSA)
DUE: Feb 20
DETAILS: The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of scholastic achievement, leadership ability and need. The scholarship award may be granted to any qualified applicant with special emphasis on those whose work is of a legal nature. The candidate must: be a high senor senior or enrolled in a school of advanced education (including current school year); have a "B" or above grade point average and be in the top 25% of his or her class; and be in need of financial assistance. Details and application CLICK HERE.
KANSAS CITY MISSOURI OPPORTUNITIES SCHOLARSHIP FUND
DUE: May 1
DETAILS: Staley applicant must be a senior graduating from high school, be at least seventeen years of age at the beginning of the term for which assistance is paid, be a resident of Kansas City, Missouri, residing in a household which has a total annual income which is eighty percent (80%) or less than the median income of Kansas City, Missouri households as determined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and adjusted for household size. Staley applicants who are interested should go to THIS WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION
KC BLACK COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP FUND
DUE: March 31, 2015
DETAILS: Graduating high school senior in Clay county planning to continue education through a two year of four-year college and/or technical school. Priority given to students pursuing education in the areas of Healthcare, Education, or Youth Development. Students who are chosen for the scholarship will be required to perform 8 hours of community service. FOR APPLICATION INFORMATION CLICK HERE
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS MISSOURI STATE COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIPS - 11 Scholarships!
DUE: Feb 15
AMOUNT: $1,000 each
DETAILS: Be a member of, or have relatives of, the Knights of Columbus; attend a Missouri accredited university, college or technical school beyond high school. CLICK HERE FOR Applications and more information.
KRIS PAPER LEGACY SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: April 15
DETAILS: The Kris Paper Legacy Scholarship for Women in Technology Fund provides an annual scholarship to a graduating female high school senior or returning female college student who intends to further their education at a two-year or four-year college or university or at a vocational or technical school who share Kris Paper’s love of technology and will be seeking a degree in a technology related field. Requirements: The students eligible for assistance shall be graduating female seniors or returning female college students from the greater Kansas City area, have a minimum 3.2 GPA (rigor of curriculum will be taken into consideration), and regularly attend classes. Financial need and community service will also be taken into consideration. CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION
Liberty Hospital Nursing Scholarship – (5 scholarships). AMOUNT: $1,000-$2,500. Student must have 3.0 GPA or higher and pursue Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. One-time, non-renewable. Student must be a senior; 2) complete and submit a timely formal application and be available to interview with the Selection Committee. Specific criteria: Application: Call 792-7014. http://http://www.libertyhospitalfoundation.org/Nursing-Scholarship-Program.html Deadline: 6 March
Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship (St. Louis University): $13,000 to $24,000 per year, renewable. Criteria: 23+ ACT or 1050+ SAT, cumulative GPA 3.25. Application available at http://www.slu.edu/admissions/mlk Questions can be directed to George Winston at 314-977-8175 or http://firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline: 2 Feb
Lindenwood University Black and White Ball Scholarship: Criteria--completed application, admission to the University, essay, two reference letters, transcript, 20 ACT and high school cumulative GPA of 2.50, financial need, completion of FAFSA by 2 March 2015. Scholarship available from school counselor. Deadline: 2 March
Lindenwood University Jackie Joyner-Kersee Scholarship. Criteria: completed application, admission to the University, essay, two reference letters, transcript, 20 ACT and high school cumulative GPA of 2.50, financial need, completion of FAFSA by 2 March 2015. Scholarship available from school counselor. Deadline: 2 March
KCI Rotary Club Scholarship: The purpose of the Fund shall be to provide scholarships to graduating seniors of high schools located in Platte County who intend to further their education at a two-year or four-year college or university or vocational/technical school. $1,000. Renewable for up to 4 years with 2.50 GPA. Eligibility Criteria -- The students eligible for assistance shall:
· Be graduating seniors of Northland High Schools, 3.00 cumulative GPA, regularly attend classes, financial need and community service will be taken into account.
· Financial need and community service will also be taken into consideration.
Contact: Greater Kansas City Community Foundation http://email@example.com for any further questions.
MCC-MAPLE WOODS FIRST ROBOTICS COMPETITION SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: April 1
AMOUNT: See details below
DETAILS: This year, two full-time (12 credit-hour per semester for a total of 24 credit hours for the year) scholarships will be awarded at the in-district tuition rate. Scholarship Requirements include: Must be a current (senior year) FIRST Robotics Competition team member/participant; must have a 2.5 or higher high school GPA; must be enrolling full time; must be a US citizen or permanent resident (proof of status will be required); must earn a 2.0 GPA the first semester to maintain the scholarship for second semester. Application process: Complete the MCC-Maple Woods Robotics Scholarship Application. Applications can also be downloaded at www.mcckc.edu/scholarships after March 3rd or by contacting your high school counselor or by contacting MCC- Maple Woods directly (see contact information below); s submit the MCC scholarship application with the following documents to the MCC-Maple Woods Admissions Office by April 1; o official High school transcript; FIRST Robotics Competition team mentor/coach recommendation letter. Return all application materials to: MCC-Maple Woods Admissions & Records, 2601 NE Barry Rd. Kansas City, MO 64156. INFORMATIONAL LETTER APPLICATION
MCC-MAPLE WOODS SCHOLARSHIPS
DUE: April 1
DETAILS: ALL MCC and Maple Woods scholarships will be live on our website sometime around March 1st, 2015 . Students will be able to apply at that time and DEADLINES for all scholarships are due by APRIL 1, 2015. Students must go to: www.mcckc.edu/scholarships during this time to apply for scholarships. There is always money that goes unawarded every year.
MISSOURI COMMUNITY SERVICE COMMISSION SCHOLARSHIPS - 8 Scholarships Awarded!!
DUE: Feb 12
DETAILS: Eight $1,000 scholarships are available to 9-12 grade student volunteers through the 2014-2015 High School Student-Volunteer Community Service Scholarship Awards Initiative. Staley can submit eight nominees for consideration. If you are interested in being nominated, and meet the criteria below; Students interested in applying need to meet these requirements:
1. A positive school citizen who demonstrates a caring and considerate attitude toward other students and faculty
2. For a student-volunteer to be considered for this award, community service must be completed by February 9. Student-volunteers must meet or exceed 50 to 200 community service hours, based on their grade level. Community service hours accumulate each year. Hours completed in one year will be counted toward the qualification level of the next year.
MISSOURI FBLA SCHOLARSHIPS
DUE: Feb 15
Details: For the Charles A. Newman Scholarship and any additional scholarships the student must be a current member of the Missouri Chapter of FBLA or PBL. For the Joanne Newcomer Scholarship, the student must be a current member of the Missouri Chapter of FBLA, PBL, or a student business organization at the college level. The student must be nominated by an instructor who is a current member of the Missouri Business Education Association. Only one student application per school or college/university may be submitted. Applicant must be taking/or have taken at least three business courses. In career- technical schools, the equivalent of three hours of business instruction would be accepted. Applicant must be enrolled or planning to enroll as a business major at a Missouri college/university. A complete transcript with cumulative grade point average of high school or college/university credits should be sent. Class standing/rank must be included for high school applicants. CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION AND DETAILS
MISSOURI INSURANCE EDUCATION FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP - 4 scholarships!
MISSOURI NEA FEA SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: Feb 27
DETAILS: Applicants must be a Missouri HS senior planning to attend college with an education or pre-education program to pursue a career in teaching, and a membership of the Future Educators Association. Applicants must be in the top 20% of their class, and a registered voter. CLICK HERE for application.
MISSOURI SOCIETY OF CPA (MSCPA) SCHOLARSHIPS
Missouri Society of Professional Engineers : $1,500. Must attend an accredited school of engineering. Go to: http://www.mspe-wc.org/scholarships and click on "Scholarship Info" on left hand side. Application can be downloaded from website. Questions to Steve Pellegrino: http://firstname.lastname@example.org or 816-276-1592. Deadline: 2 March
Hispanic Development Scholarship Fund - Kansas City
Criteria: The scholarship fund exists to assist Hispanic students residing in those areas with the largest population of Hispanic residents, namely the Argentine and Central Avenue communities in Kansas and the Westside and Northeast neighborhoods in Missouri (generally defined as Clay, Jackson, Platte, Johnson and Wyandotte Counties). The applicant must exhibit proven academic merit (as reflected in GPA and answer to essay question), financial need (as exhibited by family's gross income, size of family, and other financial need), and community involvement (as reflected in the application). Applicants must be Hispanic. Application: https://www.growyourgiving.org/scholarships/hispanic-development-fund-scholarship-program
Deadline: 1 March
B. Davis Scholarship: $1,000. Info and application available at this website: http://www.studentawardsearch.com/scholarships.htm Deadline: 25 May
MO SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL SURVEYORS -ROBERT V. PIRRIE SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: March 31
DETAILS: Students interested in going to college to major in land surveying or a related field, candidates
should have outstanding scholastic promise, enrollment/and or participation in activities related to the land
surveying field (these might include mathematics, topography, drafting, etc). Applications:
NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL ESSAY CONTEST (grades 9-12)
DUE: March 31
DETAILS: This is an essay contest. Registration forms are available on the American Foreign Service Association (AFSA) website. The student must submit an essay of 1,000 to 1,250 words on the current topic. This year's topic asks students to imagine themselves in the role of a member of the U.S. Foreign Service posted to one of six pre-selected diplomatic posts. They must explain how they would use the tools available to them as a diplomat to tackle the main issues facing their chosen post, and any major challenges in that place's relationship with the United States. New this year, students must include a discussion of how or whether social media can be leveraged as part of the solution. Click here to read more about the topic . CLICK HERE for more information and application details.
NATIONAL CO-OP SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: Feb 15
DETAILS: Student must apply, be accepted, and attend one of eight NCCE Partner Colleges and Universities (Clarkson University, State University of New York Oswego, Drexel University, University of Cincinnati, Johnson and Wales University, University of Mass. Lowell, Rochester Institute of Technology, The University of Toledo, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Merrimack College, Kettering University). A 3.5 GPA or better, and a one-page essay are also required. For more information, CLICK HERE
NATIONAL DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION SCHOLARSHIPS
DUE: Feb 15
DETAILS: The NSDAR offers scholarships for the study of: General, Political Science, History, Government, Economics, Nursing, Medical, Music, Law, MBA in Business, Chemistry, Library Science, Elementary and Secondary Education. Scholarships also available for American Indian students. Apply for these various scholarships by visiting the NSDAR website
NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL POETRY CONTEST ( grades 9-12)
DUE: March 31
DETAILS: All U.S. high school students are eligible to enter this contest. That eligibility is continuous until May 31 of their senior year. Poems must be 20 lines or less (title and spaces between stanzas do not count), unpublished, the sole work of the entrant, and not be entered in any other concurrent contest. Only poems written in the English language can be judged. Foreign phrases are acceptable only with a translation provided. Only ONE poem per poet may be entered during any 90-day span. CLICK HERE for details and application information
National Hispanic Health Foundation Scholarship Program
NISSENBAUM INTERNET LAW SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: May 30
DETAILS: The Nissenbaum Law Group, a multi-state law firm with a focus in Internet law, has established the Nissenbaum Internet Law Scholarship. It is geared to undergraduate and post-graduate students of an American scholastic institution. The two winners will each receive a $500 scholarship. The firm may also award non-monetary honorable mention(s). Students who are currently enrolled in a college or university, seeking either an undergraduate or post graduate degree (whether or not related to law) or are planning to enroll in the Fall 2015 semester, are eligible. The contest requires (a) proof of matriculation at an applicable school and (b) an essay that complies with the contest rules. The topic for the scholarship essay is: “How can the American legal system improve its approach to policing and regulating digital technology without unduly stifling innovation and civil liberties?” The topic is intended to elicit creative and interesting insights into the ways in which the fast-paced growth of digital technology is being impacted by the corresponding legal framework within which it operates. It also seeks suggested improvements to that framework that might meet those challenges. CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION AND OTHER INFORMATION
NORTHLAND JC FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: April 3
DETAILS: A senior from NKC Schools, 2.5 GPA, meet A+ Program eligibility requirements, must plan to attend one of the Kansas City Metropolitan Community Colleges, plan to enter a field related to management, leadership and/or community service. Scholarships will be awarded based on academic achievement, leadership, service, and financial need. Please submit application and current transcript to: Northland JC Foundation Attn: Scholarships Committee, 6300 N. Indiana Ave., Gladstone, MO 64119. Note: Questions relating to this application should be referred to the NJCF President David G. Page, at (816) 436-1555 or DPageKCMO@aol.com. FOR APPLICATION AND INFORMATION CLICK HERE Visit the Northland JC website here
NSHSS Foundation STEM Scholarships
PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP AUDITIONS
DUE: Feb 21 (instrumental auditions or by appointment)
DETAILS: The Pittsburg State University Department of Music invites all music students to auction for scholarship awards. Any student, regardless of academic major, may audition for a scholarship. Feb 21 - Instrumental auditions or by appointment. Spring vocal auditions by appointment, Fridays at 1:00pm preferred. All students must contact the music office to schedule any auditions. For audition application and guidelines: www.pittstate.edu/department/music Phone: 620-235-4466. Email: email@example.com
PLATTE-CLAY COUNTY COOPERATIVE SCHOLARSHIP 3 Scholarships Awarded!
DUE: Feb 16
DETAILS: The Platte-Clay Electric Cooperative awards scholarships of up to $1000 to students who are pursuing a degree from a public institution that can be used in the electric power industry. Applicants must permanently reside in Buchanan, Caldwell, Clay, Clinton, DeKalb, Platte, or Ray counties in Missouri. Completed applications must be postmarked by March 3, 2014 to be eligible; for more information on this scholarship, please call 816-628-3121. For Scholarship Application click here
Please be sure to read out: Full Official Scholarship Rules . For scholarship details and information CLICK HERE
Private Scholarship: http://www.reservationcounter.com/scholarships
QUEST WHOLE PERSON SCHOLARSHIP - ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY
DETAILS: ORU seeks to educate students who are on a quest to exemplify a whole person lifestyle in that they are desirous of developing not just intellectually, but emotionally, spiritually and physically. We are looking for well-rounded students who dream of furthering their education, where they will emerge as servant leaders who are spiritually alive, intellectually alert, physically disciplined, socially adept and professionally competent. The Quest Whole Person Scholarship Program has been established to recognize students who are tireless on their quest for wholeness. Scholarship recipients will demonstrate the following: Christian Worldview, Lifestyle of Service, Academic Achievement, Leadership Ability, Vision to Make a Life-Changing Impact on Others, and a Healthy Lifestyle. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
QuitDay.org Scholarship — The QuitDay scholarship is awarded to students each year who share their vision for a smoke-free world. Help make higher education smoke-free! Submit your free application online at https://quitday.org/. $3,000. Deadline: March 31.
REED TECH SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: May 30
DETAILS: Reed Tech is committed to supporting global innovation and growth. As part of their mission, they are offering a $1,000 scholarship to students who are studying or are planning to study a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) major at a U.S. university or college during the 2015/2016 academic year. Interested applicants are invited to take part in the essay competition. Innovations drive progress, economic growth and are the engine that moves patent-driven companies forward. Students who have studied STEM majors have gone on to develop innovations that have materially changed both our work and leisure lives. For this essay, please write about a significant innovation, what benefits it has provided and how you would improve upon it. CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION AND INFORMATION
Pastor Otis L. Cobbins, Sr. Memorial Scholarship: This $500 Memorial Scholarship honors a young individual(s) who is furthering their education and exemplifies the attributes of Pastor Cobbins, Sr. These attributes include: honest; integrity; hard working; strong character; love of humanity; servant to community and family; trustworthy; and committed. Application will come live on the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation link soon.
Eligibility: Student must be a graduate of a high school in Wyandotte county in Kansas, and Clay and Platte counties in Missouri; accepted to attend or enrolled as an undergraduate in a higher education institution for a minimum of 12 hours per semester; in good academic standings with school currently attending. https://www.growyourgiving.org/uploadedFiles/Resources/Scholarships/application%20packet%202010.pdf 1 Mar deadline.
Scholarship for Higher Learning: $1,500. Application and information available: http://www.hotelscheap.org/scholarship Deadline: 15 April
Sallie Mae Scholarship Resource: Further information available, including account setup, at: https://www.salliemae.com/plan-for-college/scholarships/scholarship-search/?dtd_cell=SMPLSHDCOTDOBOOTOTHOTHRR010001
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SECURITYBONDS.COM STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP 3 Scholarships Awarded!
DUE: March 31
DETAILS: The Security Bonds (based out of Columbia, MO) scholarship targets students with small business experience (personal or from observing family members). Three individuals will win $1,500 each to use at the college or university of their choice. Applicants should submit an essay and complete the online application at www.suretybonds.com/scholarships. Online application deadline is March 31
SHIRE ADHD COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM - 50 scholarships awarded!
DUE: Feb 18
DETAILS: The Shire ADHD Scholarship recognizes and supports individuals with ADHD in the US who are seeking to obtain higher education. The Scholarship includes a $2,000 monetary award and a prepaid year of ADHD coaching from the Edge Foundation to assist in the transition to higher education. Fifty recipients will be selected based on community service, volunteer and extracurricular activities, and a personal essay describing how ADHD has impacted their lives. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS AND APPLICATION INFORMATION
SOUTHLAND ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: May 30
DETAILS: Students who studying or planning to study in a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) major or a related field or trade are invited to take part in this essay competition. The topic for this year's scholarship essay competition is” How innovation affects the science, technology and trade industry” This broad topic is intended to bring in a wide variety of essays covering the multiple facets of the industry. Though innovation is important to all industries, the technology and trade fields, in particular, have always thrived on fresh ideas that challenge what has come before it. For your essay, take this concept and apply it to a field or trade of your choice, explaining how innovation has changed and will continue to change your chosen discipline. FOR APPLICATION CLICK HERE
State Farm Grants and Scholarships
SUPERPOWER SCHOLARSHIP (grades 9-12)
DUE: March 31
DETAILS: Submit an online short written response (250 words or less) for the question: “Which superhero or villain would you want to change places with for a day and why?” The Superpower Scholarship winner will be notified on or around June 30. CLICK HERE for details and information.
SWEET AND SIMPLE SCHOLARSHIP ( grades 9-12)
DUE: Feb 28
DETAILS: Submit an online short written response (250 words or less) for the question: “Not every gift has to be expensive or extravagant. In fact, sometimes it’s the sweet and simple things that make a real difference in our lives. Think back and tell us about something you received as a gift and why it meant so much to you.” CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION AND INFORMATION
THE VEGETARIAN RESOURCE GROUP SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: Feb 20
DETAILS: Due to the generosity of an anonymous donor, The Vegetarian Resource Group each year will
award $10,000 in college scholarship money to graduating U.S. high school students who have promoted
vegetarianism in their schools and/or communities. Vegetarians do not eat meat, fish, or fowl. Two awards of $5,000 each will be given. Entries may only be sent by students graduating from high school in spring 2015. Early submission is encouraged. TO APPLY CLICK HERE
This year's essay question: "In 300 words or less, share with us how you have demonstrated your own volunteer spirit in your community and the impact those efforts had - and how you plan to impact the future through volunteerism." Application: https://www.cacu.com/emeritus-scholarship-2014 Deadline: 4 April
SYED FARRUKH SHABBIR, MD Scholarship: Amount $250-$500. Criteria: This scholarship, in honor of Dr. Shabbir who died from a debilitating disease, will be awarded to a college bound graduating senior who has written the most compelling essay about the importance of peace and understanding in a pluralistic world. This 500-word essay contest is open to any graduating senior from a high school located in the greater Kansas City area. For more information: call 816-213-2536, http://firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the website: http://www.crescentpeace.org
Application available: http://www.crescentpeace.org/High%20School%20Scholarship%20Form%202014.pdf
Deadline: 31 March
The Ancient Order of Hibernians Scholarship: Each year TAOH awards four scholarships in the amount of $500 to students that will be attending an area Catholic High School. This group is a Catholic, fraternal organization. Each year the Kansas City chapter awards four $500 scholarships to youth from the area that will be attending a Catholic High School. The awards are presented by Bishop Finn in August. The selection is based upon a combination of scholarship, leadership, faith life and a 500-word essay related to Irish history. To find out more information please go to www.aohkc.org and click on the scholarship tab or contact Kurt Killen at email@example.com. Deadline: 5 July
TONY DIPARDO INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: March 30
DETAILS: The Tony DiPardo Instrumental Music Foundation and Scholarship Fund was established in honor and memory of instrumental music leader Tony DiPardo to support students pursuing instrumental music education at the college or university level and also programs that enhance and encourage students’ appreciation for instrumental music. Eligibility:
In order to be eligible for the Tony DiPardo Instrumental Music Scholarship the student must meet the following criteria: Be graduating from a Greater Kansas City area high school and accepted to an accredited two or four-year college or university; currently play a musical instrument and have an express interest in continuing instrumental music study at the college or university level; have/maintain an academic GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION
TRANSITION INTO POST-SECONDARY STUDIES (TIPS) SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: April 15
DETAILS: Be graduates or graduating seniors from high school who plan to seek or who are seeking an Associates or a Bachelor’s Degree and who reside in Johnson or Wyandotte County in Kansas or Clay, Jackson or Platte County in Missouri; have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA in high school and, if applying while in college, at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA in college; the students’ special learning needs must be evidenced by either an IEP (Individual Educational Plan) or a 504 Plan that they can submit with their scholarship application; students must also explain why the college they plan to attend (or that they already attend) is a school that offers programs that align with their special learning needs; in n addition, college students who are applying for a scholarship must provide evidence that they are using the support services for special learning needs at the school they attend; consideration will also be given to financial need and extracurricular activities. Students must submit a scholarship application on a form provided by the Community Foundation. Finalists are required to participate in an interview with the Selection Committee. Time and date will be announced at a later date. CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION
UMKC Balanced Man Scholarship: $800. Criteria -- male only, enroll at UMKC in Fall, 2014, A minimum 3.0 high school cumulative GPA is recommended. If chosen to continue through our selection process, you will be contacted for a phone or in-person interview by July 2. http://www.sigepumkc.org/#!balanced-man-scholarship/c1viv
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI - MUSIC SCHOLARSHIPS
DUE: Feb 14 & 16
DETAILS: Every student auditioning is considered for a music Scholarship. Students interested in majoring or minoring in music, are also considered for music admission. FOR APPLICATION AND MORE INFORMATION
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI - STEWARD SCHOLARS PROGRAM - 3 Awarded!
DUE: March 1
AMOUNT: Full tuition and other related expenses
DETAILS: University of Central Missouri is seeking up to three high school students for the Steward Scholars Program.
The Steward Scholars Program is available through the University of Central Missouri Foundation for a graduating high school senior planning to pursue a bachelor of science in business administration degree in Computer Information Systems at UCM. This scholarship is made possible by way of a gift from David (’73) and Thelma Steward of St. Louis, Missouri. First priority will be given to graduates from Clinton High School and/or students of diversity. Qualified applicants from other Missouri high schools will also be considered. FOR APPLICATION AND MORE INFORMATION Questions may be directed to Dr. Mustafa Kamal, Professor of CIS, School of Accountancy and Computer Information Systems at 660-422-2318 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org . CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATIONAL LETTER
University of Central Missouri Scholarships:
Criteria: Amounts vary upwards from $1,000. http://www.ucmo.edu/sfs/explore/scholarships/ucmfreshscholarships.cfm Deadline: 1 March
Virginia Whitsitt Memorial Scholarship: Criteria include being a graduate of NKC schools and going into teaching. Scholarship Fund program provides annual scholarships to graduating interested in pursuing a career in teaching and demonstrating financial need. Preference given to those seeking teaching careers at the elementary level. Application must be submitted online. For application and more information: http://www.gkccf.org/scholarships/virginia-whitsitt-memorial-scholarship-fund Deadline: 1 March
J. Harold and Mabel Hamil Memorial Scholarship:
Amount: $1,500. Scholarship honors J. Harold and Mabel Hamil, and intends to assist high school students who have excelled in the areas of English/Journalism; Debate/Public Speaking; Political Science; and/or Community Involvement and who wish to pursue a college/university education. Students must be graduating seniors from a Northland high school. Applicant must submit transcript and two letters of recommendation with their application - one from a teacher or counselor at their high school, and a second from an individual not related to them who is familiar with their accomplishments and character.
Deadline: 1 March
Buick Achievers Scholarship Program: Visit www.buickachievers.com for more information. These people are encouraged to apply: high school seniors and current undergraduates, those who plan to enroll full time at a four-year college or university in 2015-2016, and those who plan to major in a field of study that focuses on engineering, technology, design or business, with an interest in the automotive industry. www.gkccf.org/scholarships Deadline 27 Feb
Generation Google Scholarship: AMOUNT: $10,000
Criteria: For current high school seniors who are members of an underrepresented group (African American, Hispanic, Latino, Indian, female, person with disability) accepted or intending to enroll as a full-time student at a U.S. or Canadian university for the 2014-2015 school year; applicant must pursue a Computer Science or Computer Engineering degree, or a degree in a closely related technical field, exemplify leadership and demonstrate a passion for computer science and technology, and exhibit a strong record of academic achievement. In addition, applicant must be available to attend Google's summer computer camp ( http://www.google.com/students/cssi ) in the summer of 2014. Application: http://www.google.com/edu/students/the-generation-google-scholarship/
Deadline: 3 March
MISSOURI: State of Missouri Scholarship and Grant Site: http://dhe.mo.gov/ppc/grants/
MO Metrix College Scholarship Essay Contest:
Scholarships range from $1,000 to $5,000. Essay of no more than 350 words telling us about their favorite test preparation practices and why they work so well. Submit essays between today and May 22nd at: http://www.mometrix.com/collegescholarships/ More information at this website: www.mometrix.com
Deadline: 22 May
University of Dayton Leadership in Service Scholarship: $10,000. If applying to UD, see school counselor for the nomination form. Deadline: 31 Jan
UNIVERSITY OF ST. MARY STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) SCHOLARSHIPS
DUE: Feb 16
AMOUNT: Up to $10,000 per year, for 4 years
DETAILS: STEM Scholars program is an exciting new program whereby qualified applicants will be awarded generous scholarships of up to $10, 000 per year for 4 years, to attend USM for their STEM undergraduate degree. Consideration for the USM STEM Scholars Program is based in part on academic performance. The ideal candidate would have a suggested cumulative high school GPA of at least a 3.0 and a minimum math ACT score of 25 for students looking to major in biology or chemistry or a minimum math ACT score of 27 for students looking to major in math. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
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VINCE BILARDO SR. MEMORIAL MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: NO DEADLINE
DETAILS: This fund provides scholarships to help cover music camp fees, as well as scholarship help with
tuition at post-secondary institutions. Applicants for the post-secondary scholarship should have at least
a 2.0 GPA, and be planning to attend either a two-year or four-year institution. A preference is given to those
students who plan to major in instrumental music. Application and more information can be found at:
www.gkccf.org/scholarships Application materials are to be submitted online.
Visine Students with Vision Scholarship Program
WALMART DEPENDENT SCHOLARSHIP
DUE: April 1
DETAILS: Open to students whose parents currently work for Walmart Stores. Staley applicants must meet ALL of the following criteria: must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Legal Resident of the United States; must be the dependent of an associate (employee) of any division of Walmart who has been actively employed with Walmart for at least six consecutive months; must be a high school senior earning a HS diploma; must have financial need and be able to demonstrate the need with required documents. FOR DETAILS AND APPLICATION - CLICK HERE