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NEW HAMPSHIRE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS

For high school seniors or undergraduates enrolling in:

4-YEAR PROGRAM BACHELOR'S DEGREE
Deadline: April 12, 2024 (5:00PM ET)

2-YEAR ASSOCIATE DEGREE, CERTIFICATE OR PROFESSIONAL LICENSE
Deadline: Rolling deadline until December 13, 2024 (5:00PM ET)

Applications open January 15, 2024, and are available online at www.nhcf.org/scholarships.

To complete your online application, you will need:
• Electronic copy of FAFSA filing
• Electronic copy of high school transcript
• Email addresses for individuals who agree to write a letter of recommendation


INNOVATION IN EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP

The application deadline is 11:59 pm PST on the 20th of each month.

LA Tutors awards students who showcase their creativity and make positive impacts with a $500 Innovation in Education scholarship. On an ongoing monthly basis, this scholarship is open to all currently enrolled high school, college, and graduate students who showcase their creativity while helping those around them (whether that be in a creative fundraiser, an inventive new app, series of blog posts on a particular theme, or another idea).

Requirements:
• Must be currently enrolled in high school or college
• Cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 (or the equivalent)
• Must be a citizen of, permanent resident of, or hold a valid student visa in the United States or Canada

To Enter:
• Visit our online application portal at https://www.latutors123.com/scholarships/innovation-in-education/
• Submit an essay describing their innovative project
• Provide supporting documentation (letter of recommendation, news article/photo featuring their project, etc.)

There are no fees associated with our scholarship and featured past winners and their accomplishments can be found at the bottom of the web page.


THE AMERICAN LEGION HIGH SCHOOL ORATORICAL CONTEST

The American Legion strongly encourages any high school student who is a US citizen to participate because it is designed to create interest, foster appreciation of and gain a better understanding of the United States Constitution.

The American Legion Oratorical Contest is open to all New Hampshire 9-12 grade students in public, parochial, private, and approved home school programs.
       


NURSE CORPS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Deadline: May 2, 2024
$10,000 / 225 Awards

The Health Resources and Services Administration is accepting applications for the Nurse Corps Scholarship Program. The Nurse Corps Scholarship Program provides scholarships to nursing students in exchange for a minimum two-year, full-time service commitment (or part-time equivalent) at an eligible health care facility with a critical shortage of nurses. A complete understanding of the commitment to serve at a Critical Shortage Facility and the financial, legal, and other consequences of failing to perform the commitment is critical to successfully completing the mandatory service obligation associated with a Nurse Corps Scholarship award.

Eligible Applicants and Programs
Students accepted or enrolled at an accredited school of nursing located in the United States or territory, pursuing a nursing degree or certificate program. Types of eligible nursing programs include:

• Diploma in Nursing
• Associate degree in Nursing
• Bachelor of Science in Nursing
• Graduate-level nurse practitioner
• Graduate level advanced registered nurse

Bridge Nursing Graduate-level Programs (registered nurse to Bachelor of Science in nursing, registered nurse to Master of Science in nursing-nurse practitioners, Direct Entry Master of Science in nursing-nurse practitioners)

Funding The Nurse Corps Scholarship award includes funds for:

• Tuition
• Required fees
• Monthly stipend, and
• Other reasonable educational costs (e.g., books, supplies, uniforms)


GOT A SPINE SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: May 2, 2024
$500 - 1 Award

To be eligible for the Arctic Chiropractic "Got a Spine Scholarship" a student must:

• Be attending college or university no later than October of 2024.
• Be attending college or university on a full-time basis by October of 2024.
• Have achieved a GPA of 2.5 or greater during their last academic year.
• Be a U.S. or Canadian resident.
• Be attending a school in the U.S. or Canada by October of 2024.
• Submit answers to the essay questions no later than 11:59 PM EST on the day of the deadline.

*Note that you can be enrolled in any field of study.


SEE EDUCATION FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS

Deadline: May 6, 2024
$5,000 / 15 Awards

The SEE Education Foundation is a nonprofit organization created in 1996 to serve the long-term education interests of the explosives industry through the development of education and training materials, championing the inclusion of explosives instruction in engineering curricula and awarding scholarships to eligible students.

To be eligible, students must be, or plan to be, pursuing a technical, undergraduate, graduate, or doctorate in a field related to the commercial explosives industries. Students will be assessed on academic and professional achievements, industry goals, a personal challenges narrative, and a brief statement of financial need.


#SCIENCESAVES VIDEO SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: May 6, 2024
$10,000 / 10 Awards

All our lives have been improved by the discoveries of science. Describe an experience in your life that demonstrates that science does indeed save. The experience can be something that happened to you or someone you know.

How to Enter: Create a 20-30 second video answering the question “What has science done for me?” or “What has science done for somebody I know?” You will be judged on your ability to highlight how science saves in a succinct, creative way with original photos, video clips, and text. Be sure to add #ScienceSaves to your video.

Scholarship Terms:

• All scholarship awards are made in accordance with current and applicable laws and pursuant to the Internal Revenue Service Code and regulations as amended.
• Prior to payment of the scholarship award, the recipient must be accepted and enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited post-secondary program.
• The scholarship is for the upcoming school year only and cannot be deferred.
• The recipient’s photo, their answer to “Why was receiving this scholarship important to me”, as well as information about the college attending, may be shared with scholarship fund holders as well as used for promotional purposes.
• Payments should be applied toward your educational expenses for tuition, fees, books, supplies, and equipment required for study at a tax-exempt institution.


REVIEW IT SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: May 15, 2024
$1,000 - 1 Award

Dr. Gabriel and Christine Chiu are active philanthropists who avidly support a variety of organizations such as: Children Mending Hearts, Cedars Sinai, the American Red Cross, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, John Wayne Cancer Institute, Children's Action Network, GenArt, AVIVA, Project Angel Food, Center Dance Arts, Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Obesity, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Help for Orphans, the American Red Cross, P.S. Arts, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Art of Elysium, Nancy Davis Foundation for Multiple Sclerosis, Children's Action Network and the Music Center.

Eligibility:
• Be attending college or university no later than September of 2024.
• Have achieved a GPA of 2.5 or greater during their last academic year.
• Be attending or planning to attend a school in the US.
• Submit answers to the essay questions no later than 11:59 PM EST on the day of the deadline.


EXCEPTIONAL YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: May 17, 2024
$10,000 - 10 Awards

The Foundation for Global Sports Development is committed to empowering youth through education. Our Exceptional Youth Scholarship recognizes youth who have demonstrated remarkable conduct through community service efforts, volunteerism, and mentorship activities, in addition to achieving outstanding academic performance.

A total of ten (10) high school seniors will each be awarded a one-time scholarship of $10,000 to be applied towards the cost of attendance including tuition, housing, books, and other on-campus related expenses at accredited, four-year colleges and universities in the United States.

Exceptional Youth ScholarshipThe Exceptional Youth Scholarship recognizes deserving high school seniors who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and commitment to community service. Ten graduating seniors each receive a $10,000 scholarship.

Athletes In Excellence AwardThose who receive the Athletes in Excellence Award are acknowledged for their outstanding efforts in community outreach and youth mentorship.

Humanitarian AwardThe Humanitarian Award is presented to individuals and organizations that have stepped up as leaders and champions for social, economic, political, or environmental justice and equality.


NAGE SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: May 17, 2024
$500 - 100 Awards

Each year, one hundred scholarships in the amount of $500 each are awarded in a lottery. Applicants for the lottery drawing scholarships must be planning to attend or already be attending a two- or four-year college, graduate school, trade or technical school to be eligible.

Scholarships are available to members of NAGE, IBPO, IBCO, NAGE EMS and IAEP, and the member's spouse, child, step-child, grandchild, niece, nephew, or significant other.

NAGE Scholarship applications must be postmarked (or received if submitted electronically) no later than MAY 17, 2024. Scholarship recipients will be chosen in a random drawing at the Spring National Executive Board meeting; winners will be announced following the meeting.


ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP TO STUDY A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Deadline: May 17, 2024
$6,000 - 1 Award

The Corinne Jeannine Schillings Foundation is dedicated to preserving the memory of Corinne Schillings, who lost her life on March 6, 2004 in a water taxi accident in Baltimore Harbor. Corinne loved to learn, especially languages and about other cultures. It is our intent that she be remembered through the young women who receive scholarships from her foundation.

The Foundation awards Academic Scholarships to undergraduates who have attained the Girl Scout Silver or Gold Award, and who plan to/are currently majoring/minoring in a foreign language at a four-year college/university. The scholarship is $1,500 per academic year and may be renewed 3 times after the initial award, for a total $6,000 maximum award. Scholarship renewal is not automatic, however, and awardees must submit the renewal application and all required attachments each year.

Guidelines
• Complete the application
• Provide proof verifying receipt of the Silver and/or Gold Award
• Submit a letter of recommendation from a Girl Scout volunteer or staff member who is not a relative. The letter of recommendation MUST be written within the past six months, specifically for this scholarship
• Provide a copy of the acceptance letter from the college/university (if not yet attending); or a copy of the current college transcript (if already attending)
• Show proof that the cumulative AND foreign language grade point is at least a “B”
• Provide proof that the major/minor will be/is a foreign language


CHARLES B. STAATS MEMORIAL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: May 27, 2024
$12,000 - 1 Award

The mission of the Charles B. Staats Memorial Foundation is to inspire and empower high school seniors to become future leaders and active members of their community by serving as swim coaches to youth and adults in their communities.

The scholarship will be awarded to a well rounded student who cares about academics and shows leadership in the community. Most of all, we want a student who loves being a swim coach.

The CBSMF Scholarship award may be used towards the costs of: tuition, books, room and board and mandatory school fees. The Scholarship will be eligible for renewal each year in the same amount awarded in year 1, for up to a maximum of 4 years, contingent upon the student meeting the Board's annual conditions as outlined in the executed Annual Scholarship Agreement with student. The anticipated award for 2024 will be $3,000.00 per year.*

Application Criteria:
• Completed Application
• Minimum GPA of 3.0 (unweighted)
• Swim coach experience for at least 2 years (must be a swim coach the summer following high school graduation)
• One swimming reference letter (for example, from a swim coach or leader in community-no family members, please)
• One other reference letter (no family members please)
• Copy of SAT/ACT scores (in the event you are not required to take these exams, please contact us via email)
• Official high school transcript
• Proof of Acceptance to an accredited 4-year college or university


ISACA SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: May 28, 2024
$7,500 - 2 Awards

The ISACA Foundation provides academic scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students focused on digital trust, pursuing studies in the fields of IT audit, risk, security, assurance and cyber. We serve a community of students who have historically been underrepresented in tech.

Scholarship awards range from US$500–7,500 based factors such as region, cost of education and donor contributions. Unique to the ISACA Foundation, the awards also include an ISACA Career Building Bundle. This offers resources from ISACA’s renowned trainings, certifications and membership community. This combination of funding education and providing practical applied resources helps deliver impact in learning, and furthering careers. Our scholarships are designed to secure, accelerate and retain career growth for individuals, narrowing the workforce gap by pipelining untapped talent into employment opportunities.


THERE’S SPACE FOR EVERYONE SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: May 31, 2024
$3,000 / 8 Awards

Nobody is better suited to change the way we look at the world than you, the leaders of tomorrow. You’re not afraid to challenge authority and the status quo in order to make the world a fairer and more inclusive place for all people, no matter their race, gender, physical ability, ethnicity, national origin, nationality, religion, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identification, or age.

Requirements:

• Must be enrolled in an accredited college or university for the Fall 2024 semester.
• Must be at least 16 years of age or older at the time of application.
• Must be a legal resident of the United States.

How to Apply:

To be considered for the 2024 There’s Space for Everyone Scholarship, you must complete the form above and provide a 500-800 word essay that answers the following question:

How have you exhibited a commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, or social justice through work, service, or other extra-curricular activities, and how will your education help you continue this commitment during college and beyond?


NHGMC STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: May 31, 2024

Keeping with our longstanding tradition of giving back to our community, and as a community service to the young people of New Hampshire, the New Hampshire Gay Men’s Chorus will be offering our NHGMC 2024 $1000 Student Scholarship!

The winning candidate shall be a graduating New Hampshire high school senior (class of 2024) and a New Hampshire resident, with plans to major in the Performing Arts as a full-time student.


CURT GREENE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: June 1, 2024
$2,500 / 1 Award

This scholarship honors the memory of Curt Greene, who served in many capacities in the Standardbred industry after working his way through school. A member of the Harness Racing Hall of Fame Communicator’s Corner, Curt brought energy and enthusiasm to every position he held, and this scholarship is intended for those who share his passion for racing.

Eligibility & Requirements:

• Applicant must have keen interest in any facet of harness racing.
• Applicant must demonstrate financial need.
• Applicant may or may not be pursuing a career in the harness racing industry.
• Applicant must be at least a high school senior.
• Applicant must have GPA of 2.5 or higher.
• Applicant must be (plan to be) enrolled as full-time student (minimum 12 credit hours).
• Graduate students are not eligible.
• Applications & attachments must be submitted online (handwritten applications will not be considered).
• Use additional space as needed to list achievements and answer essay questions.
• Answers to questions should be as brief as possible yet still be specific to the topic.
• Applicant must reapply each year for consideration; previous recipients may reapply.
• Recipient(s) will be asked to submit a high-quality digital photo before check will be issued.


AMERICAN INDIAN MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Deadline: June 1, 2024
$3,000 / 12 Awards

The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America has provided scholarship awards since 1928 to assist students of American Indian, Alaska Native, or Native Hawaiian heritage pursuing degrees in nursing or in the field of health care. Eligible students receive $1,500 per semester and the money is to be used strictly for tuition, books or fees applicable to the student’s approved program. The grant is sent to the school and credited to the student’s account. Once a student is accepted, they may re-apply for continued funds each semester as long as the student remains in academic good standing.

To be eligible for a scholarship, the candidate must be:

• Enrolled in a tribe or village. If not enrolled, the student may be considered if he or she can prove direct tribal ancestry.
• A high school graduate, in the last semester of high school, or have equivalent education
• Enrolled in an accredited school
• Enrolled in the health professional program, having achieved good scholastic standing in prenursing, pre-med; or, enrolled in a health care or health education program
• Expected to graduate two years after enrollment if in an Associate Degree program
• Expected to graduate in four years if pursuing a B.S.
• Post graduate students are also eligible
• Maintaining the scholastic average required by the school
• Recommended by their counselor, teacher or other school official
• In need of financial assistance
• Focused on a career goal directly related to the healthcare needs of the American Indian, Alaskan Native, or Hawaiian Native community

In addition to the above, an official transcript, small photograph and biographical statement including educational background, financial need, career goals, special achievements or other pertinent information must accompany the application.


TED & HOLLY ROLLINS SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: June 1, 2024
$5,000 / 1 Award

Both Ted Rollins and Holly Rollins have always valued young people who invest extra time, dedication and sweat equity to excel academically (as well as in life), no matter what their obstacles may be. This biannual scholarship will honor the late Ted Rollins’ vision as well as his wife Holly’s vision to give deserving high school seniors a helping hand toward their college tuition.

Scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors based on the most compelling stories -- regarding their life story, their intended field of study, career and how they will make an impact on the world. This money may be used to pay for tuition, books or living expenses.

Scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors based on the most compelling stories -- regarding their life story, their intended field of study, career and how they will make an impact on the world.


BOLD.ORG COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: Jun 1, 2024
$5,000 - 1 Award

This scholarship is for students who recognize the value of a strong community, and are always on the lookout for ways to help their friends and strengthen their community. It will be awarded to a student who has invited many friends to join Bold.org.

To invite a friend, visit your Invite Friends page on the Bold.org dashboard to copy your unique invite code and text it to your friends. For each friend who creates a profile, your chances of winning the Community Scholarship go up.

Like many of our currently available no-essay scholarship opportunities, this scholarship will favor students who apply earlier-who are bold and seize the day without procrastinating.

The scholarship will have rolling monthly application deadlines. Students applying within earlier application windows will have a greater chance of winning the award.


STUCK AT PROM SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: Jun 5, 2024
$15,000 - 10 Awards

Eligibility
The Contest is open to any participant who meets the following requirements (an “Eligible Participant”): (i) is a legal resident of (and is physically located or resides in) the United States, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and all U.S. territories and possessions (excluding, Maryland, Colorado, Vermont, Nebraska and North Dakota), or is a legal resident of (and is physically located or resides in) Canada (excluding the Province of Quebec); (ii) is 14 years of age or older; and (iii) is enrolled in a high school or home school association at the high-school level during the 2023-2024 school year. Anyone who was designated as a Finalist in a previous Duck® Brand Duct Tape Stuck at Prom® Scholarship Contest is not eligible to participate in this Contest.

Void where prohibited. The following persons are ineligible to enter: Employees, directors and officers (and their immediate families including spouse, parents, children, siblings, and their respective spouses), and their respective household members (whether related or not), of Sponsor, and their respective affiliates, subsidiaries, divisions, advertising and promotion agencies, and all others associated with the design, execution, production, development, and promotion of this Contest.

How to Enter
Eligible Participants may enter the Contest as one (1) single individual only ("Entrant"). Each Entrant must create and wear: prom attire consisting of either a complete dress (the "Dress Category") or a complete tuxedo including a jacket, shirt, and pants (the "Tux Category") and accessories made using Duck® brand duct tape and/or Duck® brand crafting tape ("Duck Tape® Prom Attire").

Other materials, in addition to Duck® brand duct tape, may be used or incorporated into the design of the Entry. Entrants must submit at least one (1) photo showing the Entrant wearing Duck Tape® Prom Attire; the location of the photograph is at the discretion of the Entrant.

The Duck Tape® Prom Attire: (i) must be an original creation, (ii) may not have previously won any award or Contest, or (iii) may not copy, incorporate or be based on the work of a third party unless permission is collected, as detailed below. Any Entry as such is subject to disqualification at the discretion of Sponsor. Assistance from family and/or friends is permitted in creating the Prom attire; however, paid professionals cannot participate in any way.

Entrants may enter the Contest via the Duck® brand Website at www.stuckatprom.com. Once the Entrant accesses the Entry form, the Entrant will be asked to submit the following: (i) at least one (1), but up to five (5), high-resolution (300 DPI) color photographs (professional or amateur) of the Entrant in Duck Tape® Prom Attire, (ii) each Entrant’s first name, last name, address, state or province, country, zip or postal code, phone number, email address, age, high school or home school association information as requested on the Entry form (iii) written details about their outfit as requested on the Entry form, or upload a video showing the requested details about their outfit in accordance with the instructions on the Entry form, and (iv) photographer release form if the photo submission is professional (to be obtained from the photographer and uploaded with Entry) (collectively the “Entry”, “Contest Entry” or “Contest Entries” or “Entries” as applicable).

Entrants must acknowledge that they have read and agree to the Official Rules by checking the box that appears on the Entry form. Contest Entries must be in the English language. All components of each Contest Entry must be submitted online in accordance with these Official Rules and received within the Entry Period in order to be eligible. Online Contest Entries only. No other method of Contest Entry will be accepted.


BOW SEAT OCEAN AWARENESS CONTEST

Deadline: Jun 10, 2024
$1,500 - 38 Awards

2024 Theme | Tell Your Climate Story
A CREATIVE CHALLENGE FOR TEENS WORLDWIDE

The 2024 Ocean Awareness Contest – Tell Your Climate Story – encourages you to become a climate witness and share your own unique climate story. We are asking you to creatively express your personal experiences, insights, or perceptions about our changing climate reality. Use this opportunity to learn about the climate crisis and how it impacts your family and community, and to examine your individual responses to our evolving world.


HOW I MAKE MY COMMUNITY GREAT SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: June 15, 2024
$2,500 / 1 Award

What Is the How I Make My Community Great Scholarship?

The How I Make My Community Great Scholarship is an academic-based award of $2,500 meant to help a currently enrolled or accepted student pay for their higher education.

To enter the contest, applicants must submit a 500- to 1,000-word essay about how they have helped their community evolve in a positive way. Other topic points to include in the essay should include:

• How do you make your community great?
• How would you define “community” in your own terms?
• What initiatives do you have in mind (or in place) to better your community and enact change?

To apply for the How I Make My Community Great Scholarship contest, you must:

• Be enrolled in or admitted to an accredited college or university: You must provide proof that you are currently enrolled in or have been accepted to a college or university, which can include an acceptance letter. This scholarship allows for both undergraduate- and graduate-level students to apply, provided their school has proper accreditation. Students of all areas of study may apply.
• Have at least a 3.0 GPA: You must provide a copy of your unofficial transcript to prove that you have earned at least a 3.0 GPA in your most recent semester of school. Students who were admitted to a college/university may use their high school transcripts to prove their recent GPA scores.
• This scholarship fund is available to both undocumented and documented immigrant students, and students who are United States legal residents and citizens. We highly encourage any student with interest in helping their community grow and develop to apply to this scholarship fund.


DOCTORS NETWORK HEROES SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: June 15, 2024
$2,000 / 12 Awards

Any senior high school student planning on attending college right after high school and any student in an accredited four-year, two-year, nursing, dental, or medical school in the United States who will still be a student for the applicable periods of the award may apply. One can win more than one award, so please apply for all applicable awards. The qualifying students are awarded based on a combination of academic excellence and their essays.

Doctors Network Marines Scholarship

Any active or former member of the United States Marines or any student attending or planning to attend an accredited four-year or two-year college in the United States with at least one parent or spouse who is an active or former member of the United States Marines can qualify for this award.

This award is $1,000.00 per student toward the tuition. Multiple awards available.

Doctors Network Army Scholarship

Any active or former member of the United States Army or any student attending or planning to attend an accredited four-year or two-year college in the United States with at least one parent or spouse who is an active or former member of the United States Army can qualify for this award.

This award is $1,000.00 per student toward the tuition. Multiple awards available.

Doctors Network Navy Scholarship

Any active or former member of the United States Navy or any student attending or planning to attend an accredited four-year or two-year college in the United States with at least one parent or spouse who is an active or former member of the United States Navy can qualify for this award.

This award is $1,000.00 per student toward the tuition. Multiple awards available.

Doctors Network Air Force | Space Force Scholarship

Any active or former member of the United States Air Force | Space Force or any student attending or planning to attend an accredited four-year or two-year college in the United States with at least one parent or spouse who is an active or former member of the United States Air Force | Space Force can qualify for this award.

This award is $1,000.00 per student toward the tuition. Multiple awards available.

Doctors Network Coast Guard Scholarship

Any active or former member of the United States Coast Guard or any student attending or planning to attend an accredited four-year or two-year college in the United States with at least one parent or spouse who is an active or former member of the United States Coast Guard can qualify for this award.

This award is $1,000.00 per student toward the tuition. Multiple awards available.

Doctors Network Firefighters Scholarship

Any active or former firefighter or any student attending or planning to attend an accredited four-year or two-year college in the United States with at least one parent or spouse who is an active or former firefighter in the United States can qualify for this award.

This award is $1,000.00 per student toward the tuition. Multiple awards available.

Doctors Network Law Enforcement Officers Scholarship

Any active or former law enforcement officer or any student attending or planning to attend an accredited four-year or two-year college in the United States with at least one parent or spouse who is an active or former law enforcement officer in the United States can qualify for this award.

This award is $1,000.00 per student toward the tuition. Multiple awards available.

Doctors Network African American Scholarship

Any African American (black) student attending or planning to attend an accredited four-year or two-year college in the United States can qualify for this award.

This award is $2,000.00 per student toward the tuition. Multiple awards available.

Doctors Network Immigrant Scholarship

Any immigrant student with a green card or visa attending or planning to attend an accredited four-year or two-year college in the United States can qualify for this award. United States citizens may not apply.

This award is $2,000.00 per student toward the tuition. Multiple awards available.

Doctors Network Student Nurse Scholarship

Any student attending or planning to attend an accredited nursing school in the United States can qualify for this award.

This award is $2,000.00 per student toward the tuition. Multiple awards available.

Doctors Network Student Dentist Scholarship

Any student attending or planning to attend an accredited dental school in the United States can qualify for this award.

This award is $1,000.00 per student toward the tuition. Multiple awards available.

Doctors Network Student Doctor Scholarship

Any student attending or planning to attend an accredited medical school in the United States can qualify for this award.

This award is $1,000.00 per student toward the tuition. Multiple awards available.


WILLIAM GRIGGS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR SCIENCE AND MATH

Deadline: June 20, 2024
$2,500 / 1 Award

William Griggs was a beloved father who believed that space represented the final frontier of exploration for humanity.

William grew up in rural New York and quickly developed a love for science, tinkering, and pushing the limits of possibility. William took this passion and his curious nature to launch a career as an aeronautical engineer working on groundbreaking projects, including the Saturn V Rocket that delivered astronauts to the moon for the Apollo missions.

William encouraged his daughters to engage in science and mathematics, building their confidence and teaching them how to take risks based on methodical preparation and knowledge.

This scholarship seeks to honor the memory of William Griggs by supporting women pursuing science and math.

Any female high school senior or undergraduate student pursuing a two or four-year degree program in science or mathematics may apply for this scholarship.

To apply, tell us about yourself and how you plan to contribute to the field of math or science.


ABC HUMANE WILDLIFE SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: July 1, 2024
$1,000 / 1 Award

As a woman-owned corporation operating in a largely male field, we understand the remarkable impact women can have. We want to pave the way for other women pursuing their dreams in the scientific world, which is why ABC Wildlife offers a scholarship designed to increase the number of women studying and influencing the future of science, including technology, engineering and math.

Essay Prompt:
Why are you passionate about science, technology, engineering, or math, and how will your pursuit of these fields help preserve biodiversity, improve the health of our planet, or alleviate human suffering?

Eligibility:
To apply for the scholarship, applicant must be a student currently enrolled at a college or university recognized by the U.S. Department of Education in the United States.

• Applicants must be studying or planning to study the fields of science (excluding social sciences i.e. economics), engineering, mathematics, or technology.
• If the applicant or the applicant’s parent/legal guardian is employed by ABC Wildlife, Inc. at the time of award, the student is not eligible for the scholarship. Eligibility of finalists will be verified before winners are selected.
• Applicant must include “Women in STEM Scholarship” in the subject line of the submission email. (submission to be sent to [email protected])


ROBERT S. SIMMONS CHRISTIAN STUDIES SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: July 1, 2024
$1,000 / 2 Awards

To apply and qualify for the Christian Studies Scholarship, an applicant must:

• Be a lawful U.S. permanent resident or U.S. citizen
• Enrolled in or accepted and plan to attend a Christian college or university for undergraduate studies in the fall of the scholarship year.
• Be a participant in volunteer or community work
• Submit a completed application
• Submit a completed required essay
• Applicants must not have received the same scholarship in a previous year

Essay Requirements:
Gold cap and Diploma Applicants should submit a typed, double-spaced essay that is in legible font of 12-point size. The essay should discuss, in detail, how Christian education and Christian business leaders help to enhance the moral fibers of the United States. The essay should also include a description of how a Christian education has or/and will benefit the applicant, and how a Christian education will help the applicant to be a future leader among their peers.

The essay should be no less than 1,000 words in length.


AVNET LAW NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: July 15, 2024
$1,000 / 1 Award

Avnet Law is dedicated improving and lifting up our community—and recognizing those who do the same. Our goal is to help all people have equal access to education and civic involvement, especially those with a spirit of volunteerism and community service. We believe that those who demonstrate the commitment and spirit of community service, possess the characteristics of future leaders. It is for this reason that we are pleased to announce our Avnet Law National Scholarship. This $1,000 scholarship is offered to support a community-minded college or graduate student whose has demonstrated a history of community service and involvement.

In order to be eligible for the The Avnet Law National Scholarship, applicants must:

• Be a United States citizen or permanent resident.
• Be accepted to or currently enrolled in an accredited college, university, or graduate program within the United States.
• The Avnet Law National Scholarship is available for any current or soon-to-be undergrad or graduate student who demonstrates a spirit of volunteerism and/or community service.

In order to be apply for the The Avnet Law National Scholarship, applicants must submit:

• Contact Information: Name, Address, Phone number, Email Address. If you are under 18, contact information for your parents.
• A letter of recommendation from a teacher/faculty member referencing character and community service and the school you will be attending.
• Applicants must submit a 1,000 word-max typed essay on the benefits of community service.


STATE TROOPERS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS

Deadline: July 31, 2024
$1,500 / 6 Awards

For a student to be eligible, their AAST member parent must have been a member in good standing for two (2) consecutive years prior to the July 31 application deadline for the year the student is applying. Students can be eligible to apply each year for a total of four scholarships.

$500 FIRST SCHOLARSHIP APPLICANT CRITERIA REQUIREMENTS:

• An original, official transcript indicating a minimum 3.0 GPA (4.0 scale) at an accredited school.
• HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS must submit a final four-year high school transcript. If your transcript does not indicate your grades for all four years of high school, it will not be considered.
• COLLEGE STUDENTS must submit a current official college transcript indicating all grades earned through the current year which you are applying.
• A letter of acceptance from an accredited college, state university, community college or technical school for the upcoming academic year.
• A typed essay of 500 WORDS entitled "How My Education Will Advance My Career Plans."
• A small photo of applicant attached to the bottom of the application where indicated.


ADDICTION RESOURCE SCHOLARSHIP ESSAY CONTEST

Deadline: August 23, 2024
1st Place: $1,000 /Runner-up: $250

To participate in the scholarship contest, individuals must meet certain eligibility criteria, including:

• Be a student pursuing a college or university degree (associate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctorate) or a trade certification in a technical college in the United States
• Be enrolled full-time at a post-secondary institution
• Be enrolled for the semester in which the scholarship will be awarded
• Be 18 years or older at the time of entry
• Previous winners may not apply

Essay Submission Topic

Propose a creative and feasible approach to raising awareness about addiction on college campuses. This could be an educational campaign, a peer support program, or another innovative initiative. Explain how your proposed approach would break the silence, reduce stigma, and encourage students to seek help for substance abuse and addiction.