If you wish to submit a paper application, please complete this brochure application, include the one-page essay (200 words) decribing why you have cvhosen to pursue a college aooperative education program, and mail it to:
If integrity, determination, and courage describe you - you have what it takes to be a Horatio Alger Scholar. Our scholarships reward students who possess the character to succeed in life. We help students overcome the financial barriers of pursuing higher education. To qualify, you must have a least a 2.0 GPA and require financial assistance to attend colllege. To learn more and apply, visit scholars.horatioalger.org
The eligibility criteria to be considered for Horatio Alger National and State Scholarships are as follows:
*Be enrolled full-time as a high school senior in the United States with plans to enter college no later than the Fall semester following graduation.
*Exhibit a strong commitment to pursue and complete a bachelor's degree at an accredited no-profit public or private institution in the United States (students may start their studies at a two-year institution and then transfer to a four-year institution.)
*Demonstrate critical financial need ($55,000.00 or lower adjusted gross family income is required)
*Be involved in co-curricular and community service activities.
*Display integrity and perserverance in overcoming adversity.
Each year, the United States JCI Senate Foundation Scholarship Programs awards $1,000.00 grants awarded to graduating high school seniors in the United States, who plan to continue their education at accredited post-secondary colleges, universities or vocational schools. The number of grants awarded annually will be at the discretion of the United States JCI Senate Foundation. These grants must be used for educational expenses in the first year of full-time study.
Application deadline: Postmarked NO later than January 11th, 2019
For additional information please visit the following to retrieve scholarship information and application:
NO electronic submission will be accepted. You must be a US Citizen to apply this scholarship
************************************************************ COMCAST LEADERS AND ACHIEVERS
Comast is please to announce that the 2019 - 2020 scholarship application is now live. New this year, the program now allows students to self-nominate with no limitations to the number of applicants from each school who can apply to receive a one-time scholarship of $2,500.00.
Students are directed to the Comcast Scholarship website to learn more about eligibility requirements and the applicaton process.
Applicants to the Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program must:
* Have demonstrated comitment to community service, outstanding qualities in character, integrity and leadership
* Be enrolled as a high school senior
* Reside in one of the communities listed on the program website
* Plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two or four-year college or university in the United tates for the entire 2019 - 2020 academic year
* Have a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or its equivalent)
* Demonstrate financial need
All scholarship applicatons materials must be submitted by December 7th, 2018 at 5:00pm. EST, in order to be considered.
High School seniors, Burger King Employees, their dependent children, spouses or domestic partners in the U.S., Cananda dn Puerto Rico can apply to receive up to $50,000.00 in scholarship awards for 2019 - 2020 school year!
High School seniors must have cumulative GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale to be eligible, and bust be active in their community through volunteering, sports, clubs and/or religious organizations.
Don't miss your chance to become a Burger King Scholar. Apply Today!!
The application period for the 2019 - 2020 school year is open from October 15th through December 15th,2018.
THE STEPHEN PHILLIPS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND, INC.
College Scholarships for the Academic Yer 2019 - 2020
The Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund offers renewable, four-year scholarships to students with financial need who display academic achievement, a commitment to serving others (in school, the community or at home), a consistent history of part-time work, grit and passion for overcoming obstacles and/or achieveing future goals, and leadership qualities.
All applications must be submitted using the online application form!! MAILED APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED!!!
Regular Deadline: 12 noon, May 1st, 2019
Early Response Deadline:12 noon, April 3rd, 2019
Available only to high school students who have the financial aid information from the college they prefer to attend. The first 300 student to submit an application before April 3rd will received a decision before the college common reply date May 1st.
THE STEPHEN PHILLIPS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND, INC
Flavorful Futures is awarding FIVE $5,000.00 scholarships to eligible high school seniors who are planning their bright and colorful futures.
All applicants must meet ALLthe following criteria:
* Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident of the United States
* Must be a high school senior graduating between August 1st, 2018 and July 31st, 2019
* Must have a cumulative high school grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.5 on a 4 point schole (highschool/home schooled seniors).
* Must enroll for Fall 2019 as a freshman or 1st year student in part-time or full-time study at a 2-year, 4-year, college, university, trade or vocational school. The school must be an accredited U.S. institution, and listed on the official website for the U.S. Department Education.
The Semper Fidelis All American Program, sponsored by the United States Marines, is for high-achieving student -athletes in the junior class.
Students must meet these minimum qualificatons to be considered:
*Be a junior in high school
*Have a minimum 3.5 GPA
*Be active in community service
*Play a competitive team sport
*Hold a student or community leadership position
Student will be chosen based on moral character and academic performance in addition to athletic abilities.
SELECTED STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE AN ALL-EXPENSES PAID TRIP TO THE BATTLES WOND ACADEMY THIS JULY IN WASHINGTON, D.C. AND BE HONORED AS AN ALL-AMERICAN WHICH IS INVALUABLE WHEN IT COME TO RESUMES AND COLLEGE APPLICATIONS.
Deadline to apply is December 31st, 2018. For mor information and to apply, high school juniors can go to: Please Click Here
The Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program recognizes students for their community service, academic performance and leadership skills. This year, scholarships of $2,500.00 will be awarded to over 800 students nationwide.
* Have a demonstrated commitment to community service, outstanding qualities in character, integrity and leadership
* Be enrolled as a high school senior
* Reside in a community served by Comcast and/or in one of the following NBC or Telemundo markets: Boston, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, El Paso, Los Angeles, McAllen (TX), New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, SanAntonio, San Diego and Washington, D.C.
* Plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two-or four-year college or university in the United States for the entire 2019-2020 academic year
* Have a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or it's equivalent)
GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program | The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute
The GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program has been cited by U.S. News and World Report as 1 of 4 "Huge Scholarships Worth $10,000 or More" Worth Winning. According to U.S. News, "If you can land one of these awards, you'll be off the hook for a big portion of your tuition bill. In fact, you might even graduate college debt-free."
GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program | The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute
Honoring the legacy and character of our nation’s 40th President, the GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program rewards college-bound students who demonstrate exemplary leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship with financial assistance to pursue higher education.
Each year, the Program selects numerous recipients to receive a $10,000 scholarship renewable for up to an additional three years – up to $40,000 total per recipient. Awards are for undergraduate study and may be used for education-related expenses, including tuition, fees, books, supplies, room, and board. In addition, Scholars are invited to participate in a special awards program and receive ongoing leadership-development support.
To be eligible for this award, applicants must:
demonstrate at school, at the workplace, and within the community the attributes of leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship;
demonstrate strong academic performance (minimum 3.0 grade point average/4.0 scale or equivalent);
be citizens of the United States of America;
be current high school seniors attending high school in the United States (students living on U.S. Armed Forces base and homeschooled students are also eligible); and
plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate course of study toward a bachelor’s degree at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States for the entire upcoming academic year.
Semifinalists will be required to provide a recommendation from a community leader, such as a high school principal, elected official or executive director of a nonprofit organization, and must provide documentation to certify academic performance and financial need. Finalists will be interviewed via Skype or telephone by a member of the selection committee. Learn more about the qualifications of a GE-Reagan Foundation Scholar.
The Recovery Village Health Care Scholarship
The Recovery Village is dedicated to maintaining exceptional service at our alcohol and drug rehab facilities while providing unique opportunities for education and personal development. As part of this commitment, The Recovery Village is offering a $1,000 scholarship to students pursuing a medical-related course of study.
To enter to win a $1,000 scholarship, simply submit a short essay (no more than 500 words) describing why you are passionate about substance use disorder and mental health treatment. Essays can be in the form of a personal narrative with a medical perspective or focus specifically on clinical experience.
Do you have a compelling recovery story? Have you witnessed the challenges that addiction can present, or helped someone overcome substance use disorder? Share your experience and describe why you are eager to enter the health care field for a chance to be awarded a $1,000 scholarship.
A $1,000 award will be given to a student pursuing a health-related degree program. Areas of study that will be considered include, but are not limited to, counseling, social work, emergency medicine, pre-med, nursing, psychology (with a focus on addiction counseling or a substance-abuse related field). Applicants must submit an essay no more than 500 words describing why they are passionate about health care, with a focus on substance abuse and mental health. Essays can draw from personal or professional experience.
In order to be eligible for the Foot Locker Scholar Athletes program, the applicant must:
1. Be entering college in the Fall of 2019 as a Freshman at a four-year school for undergraduate degree
2. Be currently involved in high school sports, intramural sports, or community based sports
3. Have a minimum GPA of 3.0
4. Be a U.S. Citizen or permanent legal resident. (you will be asked to prove citizen ship and age if you win)
For additional information and application process CLICK HERE
Scholarship Value: $100,000.00
Awards Available: 30
Award Deadline: December 31st, 2018
Founded by technology entrepreneur and investor Peter Thiel in 2011, The Thiel Fellowship is a two-year program for young people who want to build new things. Thiel Fellows skip or step out of college to receive a $100,000.00 grant and support from the Thiel Foundation's network of founders, investors, and scientists.
What is Fellowship?
The Thiel Fellowship is a two-year, $100,000.00 grant for young people who want to build new things instead of sit in a classroom.
How does the grant work?
Fellows receive $100,000.00, spread out over two years. We do not take equity in your company.
How many Fellows do you select?
Between 20 and 30 each year
For more in depth information and the fellowship process, CLICK HERE!
SCHOLARSHIP VALUE: $4,000.00
AWARDS AVAILABLE: 27
AWARD DEADLINE: DECEMBER 31ST, 2018
The CrossLites Scholarship Contest is open to High School, College, And Graduate School students. As an applicant you will write a reflective essay (400 - 600 words) based on one of Dr. Parker's quotes or messages. Applicants will be competing against students of their level. You may enter only one essay per application a year, into the contest.
There are NO minimum GPA or test score requirements in order to qualify for the scholarship contest. Any student that is currently enrolled in a high school, college, or graduate school may apply.
If selected as a top 20 finalist, you must provide an official transcript. Failure to provide an official transcript that shows current enrollment, will disqualify you from the contest - NO exceptions.
There are three separate catergories for each: High School, Undergraduate, and Graduate Students
For more detailed information and Scholarship application please CLICK HERE
To be eligible for the $1,000.00 Harris Poll Scholarship you must be:
1. A legal resident of the 50 United States and DC who are:
2. 13 years or older at the time of entry
3. Have not won a prize in the preceding 90 days
4. NOT enployees of iGain, its parent companies, subsidiaries, affilates, related companies, andits advertising and promotions agencies, and/or the immediate families and /or household members of each of the above. Only one entry per person.
For additional information and application please CLICK HERE!
SCHOLARSHIP VALUE: $10,000.00
AWARDS AVAILABLE: 10
AWARD DEADLINE: DECEMBER 7TH, 2018
The Points College Scholarship program was created to help students win scholarships without the hassle of filling out paper applications and writing dozens of essays.
To be eligible for the Scholarship you must be:
1. At least 13 years old and enrolled or will enroll in a college or university in the United States
2. A legal resident of the U.S. or Puerto Rico
For additional information and application process pleaseCLICK HERE!!
Minimum Eligibility Criteria for the NASA Scholarship:
1. Be of Asian and/or Pacific Islander ethnicity as defined by the U.S. Census
2. Be a citizen, national, or legal permanent resident of the United States. Citizens of the Republic of Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia the Republic of Palau are also eligible to apply.
3. Be enrolling as an undergraduate student in a U.S. accredited college or university inthe Fall of 2019.
4. Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 on a 4.o scale (unweighted) or have earned a GED
5. Must apply for federal financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
6. Submit one letter of recommendation online.
For additional informaiton and additional requirements please CLICK HERE!!
The Ron Brown Scholarship honors the legacy of Ronald H. Brown through a selective scholarship program that advances higher educaiton for community-minded and intellectually gifted African Americans. RBSP competitively awards Ron Brown Scholarships four-year $40,000.00 scholarships ($10,000.00 each year) to the most talented and economically-challenged high school seniors who demonstrate a keen interest in public service, community engagment, business entrepreneurship and global citizenship - the four pillars of the late Ronald H. Brown's mission to uplift people of all raced, cultures and ethnicities- especially our disadvantaged youth. Applicants for the Ron Brown Scholarship MUST be graduating high school seniors at the time of their application.
For additional information and the eligibility requirements please CLICK HERE!!!
The THINK Scholars Program is an educational outreach initiative that promotes science, technology, engineering and mathematics by supporting and funding projects developed by high school students. The program is run by a team of undergraduate students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and sponsored by technology companies and educational organizations. The program is open to all high school students residing in the United States. Students apply to the program by submitting a proposal for any novel science, technology, or engineering idea.
For the 2019 program, we will select up to six finalists, all of whom will receive an all expenses paid trip to MIT, as well as mentorship and funding for the projects. After the completion of the projects, three of the winning participants will receive additional scholarships.
For additional information and application process please CLICK HERE!!
It is the mission statement of the Faith Hope & Love Foundation Foundation to bring relief to children and youth suffering from poverty, hunger or homelessness and to bring them hope through faith and love, so they may accomplish all of their dreams.
Skrungloo Farm, Inc., a New Hampshire Non-Profit Charitable Foundation, is seeking applicants for its 2019 Scholarship Awards. Skrungloo Farm, Inc. is an approved 501(c)(3) non-profit organziation registered with the State of New Hampshire and the Federal Govermant. The Foundation has established scholarships in order to help individual New Hampshire residents educate themselves in order to build a stronger community. Applicants must demonstrate financial need, academic merit, and other non-academic factors such as community service, school activities and work experience. This is the sixteenth year for the Foundation's Scholarship Program. The Foundation has awarded a total of 521 scholarships in the past few years and looks forward to assisting many students in 2019.
Applications are due on March 1st, 2019. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered; no exceptions. Applications should be returned to the address listed below. Should you have any question, please contact Kristine Pries, Scholarship Coordinator or Jackie Gogolen, Assistant Scholarship Coordinator, at (603) 225-7170 or by email CLICK HERE!
The Scholarships for Military Children program is celebrating its ninetieth year of ourtreach to the military community. Each year the program, supported through the military commissary system and administered by the Fisher House Foundation, awards hundreds of scholarships to qualified seniors planning to enroll in a four-year program of studies the following fall, or to college students already enrolled in a four-year program.
Manufacturers and vendors that sell groceries or provide services to commissaries fund the Scholarships for Military Children program, which has awarded more than $18.1 million and over $10,000 scholarships to deserving children of military families since 2001. At lease one $2,000.00 scholarship is awarded at every commissary location with a qualified applicant.
Application period for 2019 is open from December 14th, 2018 and applications must be submitted online by February 15th, 2019. CLICK FOR WEBSITE
GIRLS ON THE RUN NEW HAMPSHIRE
$1,000.00 COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP
Girls on the Run New Hampshire announces that applications are now being accepted for our Fifth Annual College Scholarship Award for a 2019 graduating high school senior with the following requirements:
* Must be a Girls on the Run NH Alumni (program participant OR junior coach)
* Must be college bound.
* Please include when, where and what season (s) you participated in GOTR.
* Please include email address, mailing address, and contact phone number.
* Correct grammar and syntax are par of the evaluation criteria.
Please submit a 500-700 word essay on the following topic:
How did you apply a lesson from Girls on the Run later in high school?
Essays must be emailed to Jen Hubbell, Executive Director, at Jen Hubbell, by April 20th, 2019 for the June 2019 Award.
2019 LOCKHEED MARTING STEM SCHOLARSHIP
Lockheed Martin is awarding 200 renewable scholarships of $10,000.00. Awards are open to individuals studying eligible engineering or computer science majors, who demonstrate financial need and come from underrepresented or underserved communities.
* Be a U.S. Citizen
* Be high school seniors with a minimum GPA of 3.5, or college freshmen or sophomores with a a minimum GPA of 3.0
* Plan to enroll in ful-time undergraduate study at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States for the upcoming academic year.
* Be majoring or planning to major in one of many specified eligible STEM programs
* Demonstrate financial need
* Be willing to consider a paid intership with Lockheed Martin follwoing their freshman, sophomore or junior year of college (note: the intership is not required to receive a scholarship)
NHAB is committed to furthering the broadcast industry by helping New Hampshire's best and brightest students pursue a career in broadcasting.
NHAB awards $2,500.00 scholarships to students pursuing a career in over-the-air broadcasting and additionally a $5,000.00 scholarship is awarded in honor of the former President of the NHAB, Al Sprague.
To apply for this scholarship, a student must be a New Hampshire resident, be enrolled or plan to enroll at an accredited two or four-year school with a major or intention of studying in a field related to over-the-air broadcasting. Students need not attend college in New Hampshire to be eligible.
Applications must be postmarked by Friday, April 5th, 2019. Incomplete, faxed or late applications will not be accepted.
Scholarships will be considered from applicants whose primary residences are in one of the following towns located within the Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of REALTORS® jurisdiction: Amherst, Auburn, Bedford, Brookline, Candia, Goffstown, Hollis, Hooksett, Hudson, Litchfield, Manchester, Merrimack, Milford, Mont Vernon, Nashua, and New Boston. (Areas of operation issued by NAR)
Students applying for a scholarship must be enrolled in, or planning to enroll in, a college or vocational-technical school as a full-time student for the 2019-2020 school year. Students who have a parent or guardian that is a member of the Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of REALTORS® are also eligible to apply. Members of the GMNBR Scholarship Committee, and their families, are ineligible.
Scholarships will be granted according to the following criterion: 1. Need and Grade Point – The applicants need and GPA will be evaluated. If both are evenly balanced, the need will be given more weight.
2. Industry Concentration – Since we, as REALTORS®, wish to promote education and professionalism in our industry special consideration will be given to applicants majoring in related fields such as, but not limited to: political science, real estate, real estate law, banking, taxes, or a vocational related field.
3. Extracurricular Activity – A record of community, civic or school involvement will also be considered. The Community Service Committee is dedicated to working throughout the year to raise money for the scholarships by means of raffles, events, and other fundraisers.
Deadline:Friday, April 26th,2019
Please feel free to call Julia Wood, Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of REALTORS @ 668-1054
Peters of Nashua announces their 6th Annual "Peters of Nashua Scholarship Contest", open to all graduating high school seniors living in New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts. This year we would like you to create a public service announcement about the dangers of "Testing and Driving".
To enter, please create your choice of the following formats:
:30 Original Video
:30 Orginal Audio
(Poster must be at least 9"x11" in size)
Peters of Nashua reserves the right to post your PSA on their website or at their Peters Honda, Peters Nissan, Peters Auto or Bump Clinic Collision Center locations.
Please submit your PSA to:
"Peters of Nashua ScholarshipContest 2019"
C/O Peters of Nashua
300 Amherst Street
Nashua, NH 03063
CLICK HEREto email your entry no later than April 15th, 2019
If you are mailing your entry, please place your video clip, audio clip or poster entry on a thumb-drive. We are also happy to receive your original poster art via mail, or as clear picture of your poster emailed as a jpeg. If your poster is selected, we request your provide your poster so that it can be displayed at our Peters of Nashua locations.
All entries must include the name of the high school you attend, your phone number, your home and email address, as well as the name and address of the college you will be attending.
Peters of Nashua will select "3" winning entries.
1st Prize = $2,000.00
2nd Prize = $1,500.00
3rd Prize = $1,000.00
All scholarship winners will be notified by phone or in writing no later than May 10th, 2019. All video clips, audio clips and posters will become the property of Peters of Nashua and will not be returned. Scholarship checks will be mailed directly to the college you will be attending. All mailed entries must be postmarked no later than April 15, 2019 to qualify. To contact Pam Ryan with any questions, please CLICK HERE!!
2019 THE LEAGUE OF NH CRAFTSMEN SCHOLARSHIP
The League of NH Craftsmen is pleased to offer up to a $1,000 scholarship to a deserving graduating senior pursuing an education in the field of craft related studies. Application forms are enclosed outlining eligibility and application procedures, which you may copy as needed. This application may also be found online at our website: nhcrafts.org Please make this scholarship opportunity available to your seniors. DEADLINE: APRIL 1, 2019.
The mission of the League of NH Craftsmen is to encourage, nurture and promote the creation, use and preservation of fine contemporary and traditional craft through the inspiration and education of artists and the broader community. The League promotes a high standard of excellence through its jury process and works to ensure marketing and educational opportunities for our members. Public awareness of the tradition of handmade craft is made possible through the Annual Craftsmen’s Fair held each August at Mount Sunapee Resort in Newbury, NH, exhibitions in The Gallery at League Headquarters in Concord, and through our eight retail galleries located in Center Sandwich, Concord, Littleton, Hanover, Hooksett, Meredith, North Conway and Nashua.
Education is a major component of the mission of the League. Craft classes are held at several of our Fine Craft Galleries and education programs are available at Littleton Studio School and Craft Studios in Hanover. These programs are supported in part through League grants. League scholarships are awarded to established craftspeople as well as to emerging artists.
The League of NH Craftsmen would be honored to aid in the support of a student entering a college of their choice to study a craft related discipline. All applications must be received by April 1st. The scholarship recipient may be asked to participate in an internship with the designer of the “Living With Craft” exhibition in preparation of the Annual Craftsmen’s Fair, which will provide an opportunity for exposure to a career in the craft field.
We look forward to working with the scholarship review committee to award the League of NH Craftsmen Scholarship to a New Hampshire graduating senior. If you have any questions, please contact Catherine Green, Standards and Gallery Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Catherine at 603-224-3375 x 116.
NEW HAMPSHIRE TEACHERS OF MATHEMATICS SCHOLARSHIP
New Hampshire Teachers of Mathematics (NHTM), it is my pleasure to provide you with information about this year’s David M. Kent NHTM Mathematics Major, Mathematics Education Major, and Elementary Education Scholarship. The $1000 Scholarship will be awarded to a graduating high school senior who will be attending an accredited college or university by September 2019, and who plans to enroll in a certification program for mathematics, mathematics education or elementary education.
For students under the age of 24 who have completed high school or earned a GED and are enrolling in a two-year or other short-term training program, there is one deadline: Monday, June 17,2019 at 5:00 pm Eastern. Preference is given to students who have previously received funding and successfully completed prior educational work or for students entering high-demand professions, including but not limited to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields: computer science, advanced manufacturing, clinical health care, engineering, engineering technology, graphic design (CAD), etc. Awards will range from $100 to $3,500 depending on financial need.
For students under the age of 24 enrolling in a four-year degree programFriday, April 12, 2019 at 5:00 pm Eastern. Students are selected to receive awards based on financial need, academic merit and other non-academic factors such as community service, school activities and work experience. Highest priority is given to students with the fewest financial resources. This is a competitive program. Typically, one award is made for every five applications received. Each year, approximately $3 million is disbursed with each award ranging from $250 to $7,500. The average award is $4,600.
Students may apply at nhcf.org where details about the application process are available
Students may apply by CLICKING HEREwhere details about the application process are available.
NEW HAMPSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF SEPTAGE HAULERS
HAROLD COLBY/RAY BARTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Value: At least one scholarship for $500.00 awarded annually.
Eligibility: Open to any high school student applying to college (2yr or 4yr, college or trade school), any current part time or full time college student.
Must meet one of the following criteria: a) Any immediate family member, defined as spouse, (step)child, (step)grandchild, or parent, of a NHASH member in good standing may apply for the scholarship for any secondary education. OR b) Any immediate family member of an industry related business or organization which meets the criteria for membership as a NHASH Associate member for any industry related secondary education. OR c) Any member of the general public pursuing a degree in any Environmental Science field. Selection criteria: Once each student has met the eligibility criteria, the scholarship committee selects students based on financial need, academic merit and other non-academic factors such as work experience, community services, sports, clubs and activities.
A completed application should be submitted by March 20, 2019 to:
NHASH, P.O. Box 6143,
Penacook, New Hampshire 03303 or
Email to: email@example.com Award Disbursement: The scholarship(s) will be paid to the school after the completion of the first semester and once NHASH receives documentation that the recipient has maintained a 3.0 GPA.
The application packet is available online at CLICKING HERE!!, by emailing - CLICK FOR EMAIL , or requested by mail from NHASH at the address listed above. Applications will only be accepted by mail or E-mail. Applications may not be hand delivered. Deadline for submission: March 20, 2019
The Alice M. Yarnold and Samuel Yarnold Scholarship Trust was established for the purpose of providing funds for those New Hampshire residents with an interest and desire to pursue post-secondary school education in the fields of nursing, medicine, or social work, but who because of financial circumstances would be otherwise unable or restricted to do so. The first priority of the scholarship Trust is the aforementioned fields of study and financial need. Potential applicants my demonstrate this financial need based on an appropriate application to be filed with the Trustees. The Yarnold Scholarship program is also available to New Hampshire residents who are attending out-of-school schools.
The scholarship is between $1,000.00 - $5,000.00 over a 1-4 year period
Individuals must demonstrate financial need and scholastic excellence
Deadline: Postmarked by May 20th, 2019
Alice M. Yarnold and Samuel Yarnold Scholarship Trust
127 Parrott Avenue
Portsmouth, NH 03801
2019 LOCKHEED MARTIN STEM
200 SCHOLARSHIPS OF $10,000.00 EACH!!!
Be U.S. citizens
Be high school seniors with a minimum GPA of 3.5, or college freshmen or sophomores with a minimum GPA of 3.0
Plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States for the upcoming academic year
Be majoring or planning to major in one of many specified eligible STEM programs
Demonstrate financial need
Be willing to consider a paid internship with Lockheed Martin following their freshman, sophomore or junior year of college (note: the internship is not required to receive a scholarship)
1. The applicant must be a high school senior from the graduating class of 2019 who attends a New Hampshire High School
2. The applicant must also have been accepted to an accredited art school, college or university, with the intention of pursuing a career in applied or fine arts.
All qualified applicants must provide the following to the Scholarship Committee:
A. A completed application provided by the Manchester Artists Association
B. A 500 (min.) to 1000 (max.) work narrative written by the student telling about himself or herself, their interest in art, and their intention to pursue a career in applied or fine arts.
C. A letter of recommendation from a member of the high school faculty.
D. Reproductions (no orginals!) of three pieces of artwork in any medium that shows the quality of work completed. For three-dimensional art, please include photos that clearly show all sides of the piece. Please do no submit orginal artwork as the Manchester Artists Association cannot be responsible for lost, misplaced, or damaged entries.
E. A list of three images including the title, medium, size and of each piece.
F. A self addressed and stamped envelope for the return of the reproductions (if desired).
G. A copy of the letter verifying the student's acceptance to an accredited art school, college or university if available. If unavailable, please note verification will be required from the student prior to payment of any scholarship award money.
New Hampshire Association of Education Office Professionals (NHAEOP) awards scholarships to graduating seniors from around the State who are pursuing a post-secondary education in a business-related program.
1. Applicant is pursuing further education in a business-related program.
2. Applicant is a graduating senior
3. Applicant has or will have completed four or more of the following courses from among the following:
c. Financial Literacy
e. Principles of Business
f. Business Law
g. Business Communications
i. Probability and Statistics
1. Please completely fill out the entirety of this application.
2. Please attach all required documentation
3. Please attach an Essay 500 words or less, "What aspirations do you have for a business career?"
4. Please include one official transcript.
5. Please include one letter of recommendation
6. Return the completed applicaton and packet no later than March 26th to the Affliation contact person:
*APPLICATIONS POSTMARKED AFTER MARCH 26TH WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED*
HOME ADVISOR SKILLED LABOR SHORTAGE SCHOLARSHIP
Scholarship Value: $2,500.00
Avards Available: 6
Award Deadline: March 15th, 2019
Eligibile students are plannin got attend a community college, technical institute, or university during the 2019 - 2020 academic year to study anything from construction management, plumbing or carpentry to landscape architecture or interior design. There is no minimum SAT, ACT or GPA. You must be 18 or older and a U.S. resident.
Begin by reading the prompt and selection a topic from below. Then, write your own 1,000 to 2,000 - word essay. Essays will be ewvaluated for their creativity and orginality, relevane to the topic, and overall quality.
Please CLICK HERE for more information on the website
JOHN WRIGHT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Scholarship Value: $5,000.00
Awards Available: 1
Award Deadline: March 15th, 2019
Scholarship Application - John Wright Memorial Scholarship The John Wright Memorial Scholarship Program funds one student scholarship per year. This scholarship was established at TREE Fund by Wright Tree Service in honor and memory of its founder, John L. Wright, and his son, John R. Wright. Learn more about Wright Tree Service and the founding family here.
The purpose of this one-year scholarship is to support the arboriculture industry by helping college students interested in commercial arboriculture achieve high academic goals without accumulating burdensome debt.
Applicants must be high school seniors entering college or community college, or returning college students seeking a first bachelor's degree or associate's degree while attending an accredited US college or university. All applicants must plan to enter the commercial arboriculture industry. Special consideration will be given for honorably discharged veterans and present members of the United States Armed Forces, Reserves and National Guard.
One $5,000 scholarship will be awarded annually, to be paid in full at the start of the fall semester after the spring application cycle (e.g. apply in January to March 2019 for the Fall 2019 Semester). The award is non-renewable, but can be applied for annually. All awards will be paid directly to the educational institution attended by the recipient, in full, after required documentation has been received. Awards may only be applied to tuition expense, and applicants may not request scholarships greater than the anticipated amount of their tuition expense for the academic year in which the grants will be paid.
All of the following criteria must be met to qualify:
A) Pursuing a career in the commercial arboriculture industry
B) Entering or returning student at an accredited undergraduate institution in the United States
Scholarship Application - Odenza Marketing Group Scholarship To be considered eligible for the Odenza Marketing Group Fall Scholarship you must:
A) Be between the ages of 16 and 25 on March 30th, 2019.
B) Submit answers to the essay questions, which can be found on the application page, prior to the deadline.
C) Have at least one full year of post secondary studies remaining at the time of the award.
D) Have a GPA of 2.5 or greater.
E) Be a citizen of the United States or Canada
The scholarship winner will be announced roughly six weeks after the deadline and will be posted on this website immediately after. All applications must be received by 11:59 pm ET. No late applications will be reviewed. For additional information please CLICK HERE
Scholarship Application - AFSA National High School Scholarship The United States has many tools to advance and defend its foreign policy and national security interests around the world-from diplomatic approaches pursued by members of the Foreign Service, to the range of options available to the U.S. military. In countries affected by or vulnerable to violent conflict, peacebuilding tools are important additions to the national security toolkit.
In such complex environments, cooperation across agencies and approaches is challenging, but it can also blend knowledge and skills in ways that strengthen the overall effort to establish a lasting peace. On the other hand, lack of coordination can lead to duplication of effort, inefficient use of limited resources and unintended consequences.
In a 1,000-1,250-word essay, identify two cases-one you deem successful and one you deem unsuccessful-where the U.S. pursued an integrated approach to build peace in a conflict-affected country. Analyze and compare these two cases, addressing the following questions:
A) What relative strengths did members of the Foreign Service and military actors bring to the table? What peacebuilding tools were employed? Ultimately, what worked or did not work in each case?
B) How was each situation relevant to U.S. national security interests?
C) What lessons may be drawn from these experiences for the pursuit of U.S. foreign policy more broadly?
The Law Office of Manning & Zimmerman's annual scholarship program to assist New Hampshire students with furthering their education beyond high school will be awarding a $1,000.00 scholarship to two (2) New Hampshire students. One award for a student with a written entry and one award to a student with a video entry. This is for New Hampshire students who enroll in any type of secondary education or vocational/technical school, in-state or out-of-state.
The scholarships will be awarded to those students who best address both of the following questions:
1. How significant is distracted driving in your peer group and describe the problem as you see it?
2. What can be done to reduce or elimanate distracted driving to make our roadways safer?
The deadline for applications is May 1st and the recipients will be announced on May 25th. Additional details can be found on our website byCLICKING HERE!
Should you have any questions about or scholarship program, please feel free to contact Anna Goulet Zimmerman by CLICKING HEREfor her email address.
ED WENTZELL CHILD NUTRITION SCHOLARSHIP
New Hampshire School Food Service Association Guidelines:
The Ed Wentzell Child Nutrition Scholarship will be awarded to a student graduated from high school pursuing a career in food service and/or a member active in school food service.
Applications can be obtained from the High School Guidance Counselor office.
Applications must be submitted by March 25th, 2019
Submit completed application, including all attachements to:
School Nutrition Association of New Hampshire
John Stark Regional High School
618 North Stark Highway
or scan to Morgan.firstname.lastname@example.org
New England Newspaper & Press Association
The New England Newspaper and Press Association awards up to 10 scholarships each year to aspiring journalists throught the Journalism Education Foundation of New England. Our foundation strives to encourage and support young peiple who plan to pursue a career in the newspaper industry.
College students or high school seniors who are studying and acquiring work experience that will prepare them to work int he field of journalism are eligible to apply.
To qualify students must:
1. Be a resident of New England
2. Be a senior in high school planning to attend college the following year or an undergraduate college student studying journalism or related field.
3. Have a GPA of 3.0 or above
4. Demonstrate a serious interest in a careeer in journalism by sending:
* A cover letter, transcript, resume or biography, letter of recommendation, AND
* A body of published work in a school news publication, general circulation newspaper, or a similar publication AND/OR
* A body of work prepared for a journalism class
DEADLINE: MARCH 28TH
PAUL S. MILLS SCHOLARSHIP
Scholarship Value: $1,000.00
Awards Available: 20
Award Deadline: March 30th, 2019
Scholarship Application - Paul S. Mills Scholarship The Paul S. Mills Scholarship program offers scholarships to students pursuing an undergraduate education in a financial service related field. This may include finance, accounting, insurance or risk management, actuarial sciences, and related fields of business.
Who is eligible to apply?
Applicants for Paul S. Mills Scholarships must:
A) Be United States citizens or legal residents living in one of the 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia or U.S. Territories.
B) Be a full or part-time student enrolled or accepted into an undergraduate college or university program.
C) Be pursuing a course of study in a financial service field.
D) Demonstrate financial need by submitting the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) or similar documentation of financial need.
E) Employees, members, or immediate family of employees or members of the Society of Financial Service Professionals and its local Chapters are not eligible.
What will be awarded?
Approximately 20 students will each receive a scholarship of $1,000. Scholarship checks will be made payable to the school selected by the student and will be mailed to each recipient's home address.
How do I apply?
To apply you must complete an application and write a short essay (500 words) describing why you wish to pursue an education in the financial service field and why the scholarship is important to you. You must also submit your FAFSA Student Aid Report so that financial need can be evaluated. Applications are available below and must be submitted online. As part of the application process, applicants must agree to a brief phone interview by a member of the Society of Financial Service Professionals.*
Scholarship Application - Kezian Science Scholarship The Dr. Arthur A. Kezian DDS Science Scholarship will be awarding $1,200 to help deserving science students. Applicants are required to be high school seniors to graduate students in university, majoring in a science field and pursuing advanced education.
Applications will be reviewed by our scholarship committee and will be awarded based on academic merit, community service, and financial need.
To be eligible for our company scholarship you must be at least 18 years of age. Note that your age is based on the date of the deadline. The deadline for the scholarship will be 11:59 pm Eastern Standard Time on March 31, 2019.
To be Eligible you:
A) Must be at least 18 years of age.
B) Must be attending a College or University in the Fall of 2019
C) Must be a resident of the United States or Canada
D) Must complete the application form, including the essay prior to the deadline
Scholarship Application - Project Yellow Light Scholarships Project Yellow Light is a scholarship competition designed to bring about change. As an applicant you have one clear mission: encourage your peers to develop and embrace safe driving habits.
For the video competition:
For both the high school and college categories, the first-place winner will receive a scholarship in the amount of $5,000. Second-place winners will receive $2,000. Third-place winners will receive $1,000. Videos are due April 1.
For the billboard competition:
For both high school and college categories, the winner will receive a scholarship in the amount of $2,000. Designs are due March 1.
For the radio competition:
For both high school and college categories, the winner will receive a scholarship in the amount of $2,000. Recordings are due April 1.
In addition to a scholarship, the winning video may be turned into an Ad Council PSA and distributed nationally to approximately 1,600 TV stations. The winning design may be turned into a billboard and displayed on Clear Channel Outdoor digital billboards across the U.S. The winning radio spot may be shared on iHeartRadio's national network and radio stations across the U.S.
Here's what we're looking for: A video, billboard design or radio spot created to motivate, persuade and encourage your peers to not drive distracted. You have a unique opportunity to play a key role in spreading this important message. You can speak to your peers on this subject in a way that adults cannot. The more lives you can impact, the more lives you can save.
Scholarship Application - Intel ISEF Awards Students in grades 9-12 or equivalent must compete in an Intel ISEF affiliated science fairs around the world AND win the right to attend the Intel ISEF. Each affiliated fair may send a pre-determined number of projects to the Intel ISEF (as factored by participation and high school population) to compete in 22 different categories.
What is the timeline for Intel ISEF and when should I start my research?
Students may present work for their project which includes no more than 12 months of continuous research and may not include research performed over 18 months from the time of the Intel ISEF Fair in which they will be competing. Local, regional, and state affiliated fairs take place throughout the year, but all will be completed by early April.
What is an Intel ISEF affiliated science fair?
A Society-affiliated science fair is a research-based, high school competition that is a member of the Intel ISEF network. These competitions exist in 46 states, the District of Columbia, and 70 countries, regions, and territories. To affiliate, science fairs agree to follow basic guidelines for fair operations and Intel ISEF rules governing student research, but are ultimately responsible for their own management. Fairs are conducted at local, regional, state and national levels.
How do I find an Affiliated Fair in my state or country?
Fairs are conducted at local, regional, state and national levels. Find an Society-affiliated fair in your area. For more information about a specific fair in your area, you can contact the fair directly by clicking on the fair name, which will direct you to their website.
1. Each Intel ISEF-affiliated fair may send to Intel ISEF the number of projects provided by their affiliation agreement.
2. A student must be selected by an Intel ISEF-affiliated fair, and meet both of the following:
a. be in grades 9 –12 or equivalent; and
b. not have reached age 20 on or before May 1 preceding the Intel ISEF.
3. English is the official language of the Intel ISEF. Student project boards and abstracts must be in English.
4. Each student is only allowed to enter one project. That project may include no more than 12 months of continuous research and may not include research performed before January 2018.
5. Team projects must have no more than three members. Teams competing at Intel ISEF must be composed of members who all meet Intel ISEF eligibility.
6. Students may compete in only one Intel ISEF affiliated fair, except when proceeding to a state/national fair affiliated with the Intel ISEF from an affiliated regional fair.
7. Projects that are demonstrations, 'library' research or informational projects, 'explanation' models or kit building are not appropriate for the Intel ISEF.
8. All sciences and engineering disciplines are represented at the Intel ISEF and projects compete in one of the 22 categories.
9. A research project may be a part of a larger study performed by professional scientists, but the project presented by the student must be only their own portion of the complete study.
Scholarship Application - National Dairy Shrine Scholarships Tomorrow's dairy leaders are here today, in classrooms, dairy youth organizations, at dairy competitions and on dairy farms across the country. National Dairy Shrine's task is to encourage, stimulate and inspire them. Since its inception, National Dairy Shrine has recognized the importance of laying a foundation for the future, and has constantly expanded its youth programs to capture and challenge the interest of outstanding dairy youth. Dairy students, our future leaders, are eligible to apply for National Dairy Shrine college scholarships and recognition awards with grants totaling over $40,000 every year.
All National Dairy Shrine scholarships and student awards are only for U.S. students attending schools, colleges or universities in the United States and majoring in dairy or other agricultural related fields.
NATIONAL DAIRY SHRINE SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS AVAILABLE
A) Kildee Graduate School Scholarships (Up to 2 at $3,000)
The top 25 All-American contestants in the past three National Intercollegiate Dairy Judging Contests plus the Platinum winners in the past three National Dairy Challenge Contests are eligible to apply for up to two $3,000 scholarships for post graduate study in a dairy related field. Students may apply for the scholarship in their junior or senior year of college. The awards are base on rank in the national contests, academic standing, leadership ability, student activities, future plans and interest in the dairy industry.
B) Kildee Undergraduate Scholarship (1 at $1,000)
The top 25 participants in a National 4-H or FFA Dairy Judging Contests qualify for one $1,500 scholarship for undergraduate study. ONLY COLLEGE students who have received junior or senior status can apply.
C) NDS Student Recognition Award for Seniors (1st - $2,000; 2nd - $1,500; 3rd through 5th - $1,000)
The purpose of this award is to recognize and reward graduating university or four year college seniors who are planning a career related to the dairy industry or production agriculture and who have demonstrated leadership skills, activities, academic ability and interest in the dairy industry. Each university can nominate up to two students for this award.
These scholarships are available to current junior students at a four year college who are planning a career in the dairy industry. Major areas of study include: Dairy Science, Agricultural Economics or Accounting, Dairy Genetics, Dairy Equipment, Dairy Nutrition, Dairy Feed or Pharmaceutical sales, Dairy Consultant, Dairy Extension, Dairy researcher or Professor. Scholarships are based on leadership, activities, academic ability and interest in the dairy industry. This scholarship is named in honor of Merton Sowerby, a long time Guernsey classifier, well known herdsman and National Dairy Shrine Pioneer and member of the National Dairy Hall of Fame.
E) NDS Mike Lancaster Sophomore Merit Scholarship (1st - $1,500; 2nd through 4th - $1,000)
These scholarships are provided to encourage undergraduate sophomore students to pursue careers in the dairy industry. Major areas can include: Dairy Science, Agricultural Economics or Accounting, Dairy Genetics, Dairy Equipment, Dairy Nutrition, Dairy Feed or Pharmaceutical Marketing or Sales, Dairy Consultant, Dairy Extension or Dairy Researcher or Professor. Scholarships are based on leadership, activities, academic ability and interests in the dairy industry. This scholarship is named in honor of Distinguished Dairy Cattle Breeder and Klussendorf recipient Mike Lancaster.
These scholarships are provided to encourage undergraduate sophomores and junior students to pursue careers in marketing of milk or dairy products. Major areas can include: Dairy or Agricultural Marketing, Dairy Product Development, Dairy Quality Control or Testing, Dairy Foods or Nutrition, and Food Product Science. Scholarships are based on leadership, experience, academic ability and interests in Milk Marketing or Dairy Products. Co-sponsored with Dairy Management Inc.
G) NDS / DMI Education & Communication Scholarship (1st - $1,500; 2nd through 5th - $1,000)
These scholarships are provided to encourage undergraduate sophomores and junior students to pursue education or communication careers in dairy or food related industries. Major areas can include: Education, Social Media & Communications, Public Relations, Marketing, Food Science, Nutrition (Human), and Journalism. Scholarships are based on leadership, experience, academic ability and interests in education or communications. Co-sponsored with Dairy Management Inc.
H) NDS Iager Scholarship(s) for Two Year Colleges (up to 2 at $1,000)
Iager scholarships are available to second year college students in a two-year agricultural college majoring in Dairy or Animal Science. Scholarships will be based on academic standing, leadership ability, interest in the dairy industry and future plans. This scholarship(s) is sponsored from a fund donated by Mr. and Mrs. Charles lager, well known Maryland Holstein breeders.
I) NDS Maurice E. Core Freshman Scholarships (2 at $1,000)
This scholarship is available to current freshman students at a four year college who are majoring in a dairy/animal industry related field with interest in working in the dairy industry in the future. Scholarship is based on leadership abilities, volunteerism, activities and plans for the future. This scholarship sponsored by the Maurice E. Core Scholarship fund, a fund created by donations from the Friends of Maurice E. Core, longtime leader in the Jersey breed and National Dairy Shrine.
Applicant must be a high school senior planning to enter a four-year-college or university with intent to major in Dairy/Animal Science with a Communications emphasis or Agricultural Journalism with a Dairy/Animal Science emphasis. Student must be planning on a career in dairy journalism or communications. Scholarship is based on communication abilities and future plans. This scholarship is sponsored from a bequest fund sponsored by Marshall E. McCullough, well-known Georgia nutrition researcher, educator and journalist. Co-sponsored with Dairy Management Inc.
K) Klussendorf / McKown Scholarships (7 at $1,500)
Seven scholarships will be awarded, three from the Klussendorf's Chris Kampf fund and four from the McKown Fund. Students who are eligible include those that are successfully completing their first, second or third years at a 2-year or 4-year college or university in the United States or Canada majoring in dairy science, animal science, agri-business, or other related majors that will develop the skills needed to pursue a career in the dairy industry. Scholarships are based on activities, experience, interest in showing dairy cattle and future plans. These awards are made possible by donations from Chris Kampf, the McKown family and from Klussendorf members and friends.
Scholarship Application - Len Assante Scholarship Fund The Len Assante Scholarship Program was developed to nurture and support those who wish to pursue and advance careers involving the protection, distribution, remediation, and responsible utilization of groundwater resources.
Eligibility: Scholarships are for full-time students only (including high school seniors who are applying for scholarships to be used in their first quarter or semester of post-secondary study).
Field of Study: Applicants should be enrolled in a program that is groundwater industry-related, such as hydrogeology, water resource management, water well construction and supply, geology, etc.
Award Amount: Scholarship amounts are dependent on available funds annually.
Scholarship Application - AMVETS National Scholarships AMVETS annually awards scholarships to veterans/active military, their sons, daughters or grand-children. A son, daughter or grandchild of a deceased veteran is also eligible. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence and financial need, the scholarships go to deserving high school seniors, high school JROTC students and veterans pursuing a higher education.
What are the eligibility requirements for the AMVETS National Scholarships?
A) Must be a United States Citizen
B) Must provide evidence of active duty status or veteran status having served honorably
C) Must have a high school diploma or GED
D) Must demonstrate financial need
E) Must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment to an eligible program
F) Must not be in default on a federal student loan
G) Must not be convicted under state or federal law for sale of or possession of illegal drugs
H) Must agree to authorize AMVETS to publicize your scholarship award, if you are selected
Scholarship Application - The Paradigm Challenge The Paradigm Challenge is an annual competition that invites students aged 4 to 18 around the world to use kindness, creativity, and collaboration to help solve real-life problems and make a difference.
Based on the initial and further reviews described above, Project Paradigm will select a First Place, Second Place, and Third Place winner in each of the following three age divisions:
Division 1: Ages 4 to 8 Division 2: Ages 9 to 13 Division 3: Ages 14 to 18
The age of the oldest team member determines a team's division. In other words, to be eligible for an age division, at least one member of the team must be within the specified age range on May 1, 2019 and any and all other team members must be between age 4 and the top of the entered age division as of May 1, 2019. If any team member is older than 18 years old as of May 1, 2019 or is otherwise ineligible, the entire team will be disqualified.
Winning teams with four or more qualifying members will share the following cash prizes:
First Place: $10,000 Second Place: $2,000 Third Place: $1,000
If a First Place, Second Place, or Third Place team has less than four qualifying members, each qualifying member will receive 25% of the team prize amount listed above.
Grand Prize Winner: Project Paradigm will select one of the First Place teams as the Grand Prize winner. A team of four or more qualifying members that wins the Grand Prize will share $100,000 instead of the $10,000 First Place Prize. If the Grand Prize team has less than four qualifying members, each qualifying member will receive $25,000.
Two $1,200 awards will be given to a graduating senior in the top 25% of his or her class and proceeding to an accredited post secondary institution or to a student currently enrolled in a post secondary institution. In either situation, the student must maintain a 2.5 or higher postsecondary grade point average, be enrolled in the next semester and be a son or daughter of the NH Road Agents Association member (see member list for explanation), which includes entire municipalities and companies.
Each candidate must submit an official transcript, a teacher or guidance councilor/advisor recommendation, a list of extra-curricular activities, as well as an essay of 150 words or less explaining their goals and ambitions.
Applications may be obtained at your human resource office or by calling Ashley Methot at 603.230.3340.
GATE CITY STRIDER SCHOLARSHIP
The Gate City Striders (GCS) running club is offering a scholarship to a high school or college student who is a member of GCS, whose parents are members of GCS, or who is sponsored by a GCS member.
DEADLINE: All requirements must be postmarked by May 1st to be considered.
The GCS Scholarship is a non-renewable award.
Applicants must have applied to and been accepted at a college, university or vocational school at the time the scholarship is awarded.
Receiving the award does not preclude the applicant from applying for and accepting other scholarships, loans, grants or other aid.
Applicant need not participate in college athletics.
Recipients will be notified by email no later than May 15th.
Application form can be downloaded here.
Completed and signed application form available HERE.
Copy of transcripts.
Two (2) letters of recommendation or two (2) references.
Typed essay (one page maximum) on the following topic: “What running means to me--past, present, and future.”
List of any GCS activities in which you (the applicant) and/or your family or sponsor have participated (volunteering, racing, social, etc).
Must be a Strider, a child of a Strider or nominated by a Strider who has been active with the club for more than one year.
Must have been accepted at a college, university or vocational school.
Previous GCS Scholarship winners are not eligible.
All applicants are evaluated by at least three members of the Scholarship Committee on the following three criteria: (1) Embodiment of the Running Spirit (based on personal essay), (2) Contribution to the Running Community (based on personal essay, letters of recommendation, and list of GCS activities); and (3) High Academic Achievement (based on academic transcripts and letters of recommendation).
We are offering a $1,000.00 scholarship to an Accredited School of your choice. Requirements to apply to include:
You must uphold a GPA of 2.5 or greater and have been involved with some community service.
*GPA = 2.5 (attach transcripts)
*Letter of Acceptance to an Accredited College/University or current transcript
*Letter of Reference
*Essay Requirement: one page, double spaced.
Deadline: May 3rd, 2019
Please submit to:
New Hampshire Tour Guide Scholarship
At The Zebra, we know better than most just what a pain buying car insurance can be. We also know that students suffer from higher-than-average policy rates. Talk about a double-whammy. That’s why, this year, we’ve decided to continue The Zebra’s annual scholarship with the goal of helping to alleviate the financial pressures of college-bound students in the New Hampshire area, while also getting an insider view of the Granite StatePrompt
So, students, we want to see your favorite road trip destination(s) in your state— from your unique perspective. If it makes sense to hit the open road and be our virtual tour guide, that's great! But there are no limits to what we're looking for: a narrated animation, a slideshow of memorabilia, an illustrated map of the best roadside attractions on the way. This is a chance for you to showcase any place you love in as an original way as possible.
How do I choose a location?
The length of the road trip to your feature destrination is inconsequential. So if you have an awesome spot in mind that's just two miles from home, we want to see it.
Applicants must be currently enrolled at or planning to attend a four-year university, graduate program, community college, or trade school located in the continental United States. Upon notification, winner(s) must supply a current proof of enrollment or letter of acceptance.
*Upon notification, winner(s) must also supply a current proof of enrollment at a four-year university, graduate program, community college, or trade school located in the continental United States.
By participating, entrants represent that the video submitted is their sole and original work and does not infringe the intellectual property rights of any other party. In other words, no copyrighted music or images may be used.
Employees of The Zebra and their immediate family members are not eligible to participate in the contest.
Written credits for any technical or talent positions (e.g., editor, director, actors) should be included with your submission, along with any sources used to create the video.
2019 SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS - SOUTHERN NH SECTION
In 2018, The Society of Women Engineer's Scholarship disbursed approximately 238 new and renewed scholarships valued at over $830,000.00
Participants must be entering their freshman year of college for the fall of 2019, and the deadline for the scholarship application is May 1st, 2019.
For additional information please contact Darcie Bays at email@example.com or (978) 621-4583.
NEW HAMPSHIRE INSTITUTE OF ART
2019 PRE-COLLEGE SUMMER PROGRAM
SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE MAY 1ST
Designed for CREATIVE WRITERS, DESIGNERS, and VISUAL ARTISTS ages 15-19. Over the course of two weeks students will become a part of NHIA's creative community and engage in a variety of classes, studio workshops, collaborative projects, and offsite excursions. Surrounded by like-minded makers, professional artists, and phenomenal faculty, our program offers students an introduction to the expectations and experience of attending an art college, while supporting their development as emerging artists and writers.
FINE HOMES GROUP/KELLER WILLIAMS COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP
Bill Weidacher, Diane Davidson and the Fine Homes Group at Keller Williams Metropolitan in Bedford, NH are pleased to offer Scholarships totaling $10,000 as part of their "Gives Back" Program. The Gives Back event and scholarship award will be held on Wednesday, May 22nd at The Derryfield in Manchester, NH.
The deadline for the scholarship is only a few weeks away. Please contact Lisa Riso @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603-860-9983 for additional information and application process.
You might already know that you need to find some scholarships for college. Well, you're in for a treat because there is a link below that will bring to you the "Top 175 Scholarships based on web search data. Please click on the link below for additional information.
The American Indian College Fund provides scholarships to American Indian and Alaska Native college students seeking undergraduate and graduate degrees at: - Tribal colleges & universities - All nonprofit & accredited schools:
A) Tribal colleges and universities
B) All non-profit & accredited schools
Which tribal members are eligible to apply for a scholarship?
Amy member of a state or federally recognized tribe or Alaska Native village is eligible to apply for a scholarship. You can also be eligible by providing descendancy from a parent or immediate grandparent that is/was an enrolled member of a state or federally recognized tribe or Alaska Native village.
The National Defense Transportation Association Foundation carries out the association's charter to conduct and assist programs of transportation education, research and development. A volunteer Board of Trustees supervises the Foundation's activities.
The Foundation is funded by voluntary donations, which are tax duductible under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Funds held by the Foundation cannot be used to meet operation expenses unrelated to the Foundation.
Scholarship Program: The foundation annually awards scholarship money to high school or college students pursuing an education in logistics transportation, or passenger travel. Three scholarship programs are available to NDTA members and their financial dependents pursuing the study of logistics, transportation, supply chain, physical distribution, or passenger travel services:
1) Academic Scholarship Program A is currently enrolled college students
2) Academic Scholarship Program B is for soon-to-be high school graduates, accepted at an accredited institution
3) Academic Scholarship Program C is currently enrolled distance learning college students
The National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) invites all high school students (9th through 12th grades) interested in the American Revolution to participate in Joseph S. Rumbaugh Historical Oration Contest.
The contest is open to all students attending public, parochial, private or home school students in the same grade range. The preliminary rounds of the contest begin at the local level, students may potentially advance to the state or national levels where scholarships and cash prizes are awarded.
Each student's five-to-six minute speech (and accompanying manuscript) will be judged based upon its composition, delivery, significance, and historical accuracy and relevance. Three cash awards are given: the National First Place Winner receives $5,000.00, the 2nd Place Runner-up receives $3,000.00, and the 3rd Place Runner-up receives $2,000.00 cash prize. Each also receives an Olympic sized medal. All other finalists (4th through 6th Place runners-up) are awarded $400.00 and all other national contestants are awarded $200.00. Please be aware that the local and state application dealine dates may vary, so interested applicants should reach out to their loca SAR chapter for further details.
The Adrian Rubin Foundation Scholarship was created by Adrian Rubin to help future entrepreneurs of the world with the cost of going to college, this is the second year that Mr. Rubin has funded this project and he looks forward to continuing it years into the future.
High School students graduating in 2019 that have been accepted into a college, university, trade school, or design school. Students currently enrolled in college, university, trade school, or design.
To apply for the $1,200.00 Adrian Rubin Foundation Scholarship, Adrian Rubin wants to hear your answer to the following question in the form of a 500-word essay: "When was the exact moment that you knew what you wanted to major in?"
July 1st, 2019
The winner will be selected in August 2019. Once contacted, the winner will have two weeks to respond. If the winner does not respond, a winner will be selected.