The Anne Ford and Allegra Ford Thomas scholarships offer financial assistance to two graduating seniors with documented learning disabilities and/or ADHD (awards are $2,500 & $10,000) Visit the following website for details: https://www.ncld.org/what-we-do/scholarships/
Turn your efforts into scholarships with help from The College Board. Students, the College Board has launched a new scholarship program with $5 million of scholarships each year, beginning with the class of 2020.
Visit the website below for details.
Georgia Energy and Industrial Construction Consortium is offering up to five $1000 scholarships for graduating seniors involved in STEM.
Apply Today! www.geicc.org/scholarship/
Application deadline: March 15, 2020
Comprised of more than 200,00 women, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., is a private, not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to provide assistance and support through established programs in local communities throughout the world. Encouraging young African-American women to achieve excellence through higher education is a primary focus of the organization. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. supports this focus by awarding scholarships to young women who exemplify academic excellence, strong leadership and community involvement.
Eligible applicants must:
Be a graduating African-American female high school senior
Live or attend school in Cobb County, Cherokee County or North Fulton County
Have at least a 3.0 GPA or equivalent numerical average
All applications must be submitted online by December 15, 2019. Applications are available on our website www.dstmrac.com/scholarship or at https://MRACForms.formstack.com/forms/201920_mrac_scholarship_application
The College of Engineering is pleased to announce the following merit scholarship opportunity:
The Geisinger Scholarship Program
During his lifetime, Joseph M. Geisinger created a trust fund to provide
support to forward the careers of students pursuing degrees in
engineering at the University of Michigan.
Scholarships will be awarded to first-year students admitted to the
College of Engineering at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor for the
2020-2021 academic year.
Recipients must be enrolled full-time at the University of Michigan and pursuing an undergraduate degree program in engineering.
Scholarship support is awarded for four years of undergraduate study or through graduation, whichever is less; annual renewal is contingent on satisfactory academic progress and maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0.
Scholarship applications must be received no later than
1:00 pm EST, 16 January 2020!
Apply here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeuM-NrtB4iAoS7U5I6MEgI5EhxOagOfez155qBcWXQ6mgTEA/viewform
For additional information, please visit the ESO website at the following web address: http://scholarships.engin.umich.edu/new-students/
Engineering Scholarship Office
The Brockman Scholars Program invites applications for a merit-based full-ride scholarship that covers five years of study at the College Station campus of Texas A&M University.
The Brockman Scholarship supports four years of undergraduate study in an approved Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Mathematics (STEM) program followed by the one-year MS Business graduate degree for non-business majors at Texas A&M’s Mays Business School.
Top students are encouraged to apply for this prestigious scholarship via the application portal at www.brockmanfoundation.org.
Applications for study beginning in the 2020 – 2021 academic year are open on September 1, 2019. The application deadline is 5pm United States Central Time on December 1, 2019.
The Brockman Scholarship covers tuition fees in full, room and board, transportation, books and supplies, and an overseas study opportunity. The BSP offers around 50 new scholarships each year.
American citizens resident anywhere in the world may apply for the scholarship. International (non-US) students may apply if they can obtain a visa to study in the US. All applicants, including international students, must have an SAT or ACT score (equivalents are not accepted).
It is imperative that applicants understand this scholarship provides for both an undergraduate and post-graduate degree. It is a condition of being awarded the scholarship that the recipient will enroll in, and successfully complete, both the four-year undergraduate STEM degree and the MS Business graduate degree program.
For more information about the Brockman Scholars Program, please see our Frequently Asked Questions section here www.brockmanfoundation.org/brockman-scholars-faqs
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States. Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).
Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
The competition for the Coolidge Scholarship is indeed significant -- but even students who do not win have reported to us they are glad they went through the application process because it helps prepare them for college applications later on. Furthermore, the Coolidge Foundation invites the top 100 applicants to participate in its Coolidge Senators Program, which includes an all-expenses-paid Summit Weekend in Washington, D.C and a one-time $1,000 scholarship. Applicants who make it to the finalist level, but do not ultimately win the full scholarship, receive a one- time finalist scholarship of $5,000.
The scholarship application, along with additional information, can be accessed on the scholarship site: www.coolidgescholars.org. Please note the deadline is 5:00 PM EST, Thursday, January 16, 2020. If you have any questions regarding the scholarship, the Coolidge Scholars Program can be reached by email at email@example.com or by phone at (202) 827-4291.
Online Application Now Available!
We are pleased to inform you that the online application for the Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship is now available at jackierobinson.org. The JRF application is the vehicle through which more than 4,000 talented young minority high school students apply to become JRF Scholars and carry on the civic-minded legacy of the Foundation’s namesake, Jackie Robinson. The deadline to submit the application for a Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship is February 1, 2020 by 5:00 pm ET.
About the Jackie Robinson Foundation
The Jackie Robinson Foundation (JRF) Scholarship program addresses the financial needs of college students and provides extensive, hands-on mentoring and support services. Once chosen from a national, selective application process, Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholars receive a generous four-year grant to attend the undergraduate school of their choice and enroll in JRF’s celebrated “42 Strategies for Success Curriculum”. This four-year program guides JRF Scholars to effectively navigate their college environments, explore career options, develop leadership skills, and embrace a commitment to service. The program also promotes the values and character traits embodied in the heroic life of the Foundation’s namesake, encouraging Scholars to positively impact the lives of others.
To learn more about the Jackie Robinson Foundation, please visit our website at jackierobinson.org.
To be eligible for a Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship, an applicant must:
We are happy to provide you with Frequently Asked Questions about the Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship. We have compiled a listing of the queries we most often receive into one easy to read document for you and your students. To download click here.
The Mercer University School of Engineering is pleased to announce their annual Scholarship Challenge at the Macon, Georgia campus on Saturday, November 16, 2019. The school plans to award valuable scholarships this fall to high school seniors who are interested in Mercer’s engineering, industrial management and technical communications program. More information about Mercer Engineering is available at engineering.mercer.edu.
The Scholarship Challenge is a day where the School of Engineering team meets with students to show them the campus, the labs and technology, and give them an opportunity to meet with faculty and students. A design problem or a test of math skills is used to help the team make scholarship recommendations. High school students do not need to have applied to Mercer – this event is open to any high school senior!
The process is very simple:
Students applications are due by November 7th. The team expects to offer scholarships before Christmas so that seniors can make their college plans early.
The Saturday event on November 16th will include:
Feel free to contact the event coordinator, Stephen Karafa at (478) 301-2650 or via email to Karafa_sp@mercer.edu with questions.
The 5 Strong Scholarship Foundation, Inc. Partners with Historically Black Colleges and Universities to provide full tuition scholarships and ongoing support to promising student leaders from “Matriculation to Graduation.” The opportunity to apply is from now until December 1, 2019. Please visit the following website for application details: https://www.5strongscholars.org/