|NORTH AND SOUTH TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOLS|
SSD OF ST. LOUIS COUNTY
SCHOLARSHIPS AND OPPORTUNITIES SHEET
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|Daves Vary||STLCC Various Scholarships Available!|
Multiple scholarships from $500-$5000 to St. Louis Community College
Meramec, Flo Valley, Forest Park, and other campus locations.
|Dates Vary||Ranken Technical College Scholarships Available!|
Multiple scholarships of various amounts for students planning to attend
Financial Ressources and Discounts for Students wtih
|A valuable resource for students with disabilities!||https://tinyurl.com/ybndrf35|
NAGE Scholarship for children of government employees
One hundred awards for $500 each for children and dependents of
government employees awarded via a lottery system.
Louise Tumarkin Zazove Foundation (hearing loss)
$3600 per grantee per year. Conditionally renewable. This scholarship is
for students with significant bilateral hearing loss;
generally, at least 50 dB unaided hearing loss in both ears is required.
|5/29/2019||AbbVie Cystic Fibrosis Scholarship|
Up to $25,000! 40 scholars are awarded scholarships of $3,000 each.
Two Thriving Scholars are awarded scholarships of an additional $22,000.
|5/31/2019||Excellence in Manufacturing Scholarship|
$2500 each for students of manufacturing engineering/manufacturing tech-
nology or closely related field. Students must attend one of these Ohio
colleges: Clark State College; Columbus State Community College;
Edison Community College; Marion Technical College; Rhodes State College
Sinclair Community College.
|5/31/2019||Sila Foundation Scholarships|
Ten awards of $2500 each. Students must have GPA of 3.00 or higher and
be enrolled in one of the following areas of study:
Business Administration; Education; Finance or accounting; Information
Technology; Insurance studies; Marketing; Mathematics
|5/31/2019||Pureland Supply Skilled Trades Scholarship|
The $1000.00 Pureland Supply Scholarship is available to students who
have been accepted to an accredited trade school, vocational college,
technical school or community college for the study of trade, craft, or
labor occupations. Recipients are chosen on their ability to describe how
their chosen trade or field plays an important role in today’s world and
why this is the path they have chosen.
|6/1/2019||Sons of the American Revolution Award|
Multiple awards from $5000 to $200 open to students in grades 9-12.
Students must submit a five-to-six-minute speech (and accompanying
manuscript) will be judged based upon its composition, delivery,
significance, and historical accuracy and relevance.
Minority and Underrepresented Environmental Program
Scholarship for African Americans, Hispanic or Latino Americans, Native
Americans and Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders
who are interested in pursuing a bachelor's or master's degree in one of
the following areas: Engineering programs including Environmental,
Chemical, Civil, Mechanical, Agricultural. Also covers degrees in
Biology, Geology, Wildlife management, Natural resource planning,
Natural resources, or a closely related field. Covers Environmental
chemistry, or Environmental law enforcement.
|07/07/2019||Goedeker's Culinary Scholarship|
One $500 and two $100 scholarships for Culinary Arts students.
Requires an essay length which should be 300 words minimum
Clear contact information (name, mailing address, preferred means of
contact) A recent photo of you with a dish you prepared and a few
sentences about yourself which will be used for publicity purposes on the
Goedeker’s Home Life blog. Proof that you are enrolled in a culinary
school for the spring 2019 semester OR proof that you have been
accepted at a culinary school for the fall 2019 semester
Please attach the items listed above to an email and send them to
email@example.com. For the subject line, write
“Culinary Scholarship - (your name).”
|07/30/2019||ABC Law Centers Cerebral Palsy Scholarship|
$1000 scholarship will be presented to a single
applicant who submits the required application and its accompanying
essay by the deadline, July 31, 2019.
|7/31/2019||U.S. Assn. of Blind Athletes (USABA) Scholarship|
$500 for legally blind students with 2.5 GPA who will enroll
in a 2-yr, 4-yr, or technical school
|07/31/2019||Auger & Auger Disabled Scholar Award|
$1000 for seniors with disabilitieis acceptance to
an accredited school or an undergraduate
student at an accredited institution.
Financial Ressources and Discounts for Students wtih
Disabilities for various job training programs
|Contact Starkloff Disability Institute at 314-588-7090 for info|
|09/13/2019||St. Louis County Police Academy||Contact Starkloff Disability Institute at 314-588-7090 for info|
Graduates of the
SSD Fire Tech
program may apply
after completing their
have received EMT-P
license from the
State of MO.
Greater St. Louis County Fire Academy Scholarship
$500 to $4,000 per applicant to be
used towards their tuition at the
St. Louis County Fire Academy.
|SkillsUSA/Ranken Technical College|
Rankin Scholarships for SkillsUSA winners who
place 1st, 2nd, or 3rd in qualifying contests.
$500 - $7,500 for full-time enrollment at Rankin (12-hrs)
NOTE: To qualify, students MUST enroll the year
following their graduation from high school.
For more info, contact
Dean of Enrollment Mgmt.
ASAP, but not
less than 10-
weeks prior to
start of class
Ryan Hummert Memorial Scholarship (EMTs and
The Scholarship provides for tuition, textbooks and
other fee expenses paid by the Ryan Hummert Memorial
Scholarship (for paramedics and fire-fighters)
Not currently open
for 2018. Check
back after 1/1/19
|AG Bell Scholarship for Deaf and Hard of Hearing|
Competitive scholarship for students with
hearing impairments diagnosed prior to
the age of 4. Must have 3.25 GPA
|American Foundation for the Blind||$500 - $2,500||https://goo.gl/riFiPI|
|Varies||St. Louis Graduates Scholarship|
Database of 140+ scholarships
specifically for St. Louis area
|Varies. See link.|
Missouri Higher Education Scholarship
Up to $3,000 scholarship
designed for students in the
top 3-5 percentile on ACT-
SAT scores (see link for
|Year round||STLCC STEM Scholarship - Florissant Valley|
$6283/academic year for students in STEM disciplines.
For students with 3.5+ GPAs Biotechnology, Computer
Integrated Manufacturing, Computer Science,
Engineering Science and Engineering Technology.
Students mave have earned a “B” or better in
Intermediate Algebra or higher and demonstrate
financial eligibility as determined by the STLCC Financial
|ASAP||Starkloff's Dream Big Summer Career Camp|
Provides exclusive, behind-the-scenes opportunities to college
and career-bound high school students wtih disabilities and
IEPs. Participating businesses include: Monsanto, Boeing,
Centene, Express Scripts, Nestle Purina PetCare,
Fleishman Hillard, Riot Games, Bi State Development,
Cortex Innovation Center, Launchcode, and St. Louis
Community College Culinary Arts. Students will meet
business leaders, learn about a wide variety of
professions, and see what it takes to achieve in those
roles. For more info or to apply, visit next cell's link
or call 314-588-7090. Some scholarships are available.
Varies, many are
due March 1, 2019
Scholarships for Students on the Autism Spectrum
25 Different awards for students on the Autism spectrum
ranging from $500-$7500; including locally available ones --
Achieving in Higher Education with Autism/Developmental
Disabilities Scholarship; Achieving in Higher Education with
Autism/Developmental Disabilities Scholarship; Charles H.
Hoens Jr. Scholars Program; CVS Caremark All Kids Can
Scholars Program and more.
|DATES VARY||BDPA Scholarships for IT Students||Various Scholarships for various amounts. Check often!||http://www.bdpa.org/?scholarships|
prior to high
Gateway to Innovation Scholarship (Computer and IT)
Students must complete a scholarship application;
must be a recent high school graduate or current STLCC
student, and enrolled full-time at STLCC pursuing an
AAS degree in Information Systems or Computer Science;
must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and be in
good standing; must file FAFSA as financial need will be
considered; must submit a letter of recommendation
and a written essay outlining their career aspirations
and how this scholarship will benefit the student.
Renewable for up to 70 hours of college credit at STLCC
if student maintains a 2.5 GPA and continues to pursue
a degree in IT/CS.
Requires a continued
|A+ (Four-Year Colleges)|
The A+ Scholarship is funded by the State of Missouri
and primarily intended for community colleges and
trade schools; however, some 4-year colleges accept
funding. See link, next cell for more information
|ASAP||80 in 80 Ferguson Roofing Scholarship|
For trade students in Automotive, Construction,
Electrical, IT, Mechanical or other trades.
Ferguson Roofing is offering scholarships to
deserving youth in our local community. For
more info, see link next cell.
|Varies||STLCC Scholarship Foundation|
Various Scholarships and awards from $150-$4000 for
students studying at St. Louis Community Colleges
(see next link for more info)
ASAP - Apply
FAFSA and learning
|Fontbonne University Scholarship - Full ride!!!|
Students who qualify for The Fontbonne Promise will receive
a financial aid award that covers full tuition and fees - loan free.
As the link below indicates, the scholarship is available to
• Are accepted into Fontbonne University as full-time students
• Are Missouri residents
• Complete the FAFSA by the February deadline
• Have an Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) of $0
Financial Aid and Scholarships for Minority Students
Multiple scholarsip opportunities for students with
Financial Aid Guide for Hispanic Students
|Multiple scholarsip opportunities for students with
|Varies||Valuable Resource for MULTIPLE Scholarships|
Scroll down on the next cell's link to "Resources" for valuable info
on multiple scholarships.
CareerSafe National Youth Safety Essay Scholarship
Four awards of $500 each for students who have
received their OSHA 10-Hour card. Requires an essay
about the impact in the way the writer recognizes hazards
and how that recognition will benefit the writer's future.
for financial aid for
|AG Bell Financial Aid for Hearing Technology|
If you cannot afford hearing aids, several organizations offer
other sources of funding you can explore (Let Them Hear
Foundation, Starkey Foundation, Lions Clubs and others).
Medicaid provides hearing aids to qualifying children.
Hearing assistive device manufacturers often offer financial
assistance programs including help in contacting your health
care insurance company or Medicare to obtain approval for
coverage. Also, your audiologist may be able to refer you to
possible sources of funding in your community.
AG Bell maintains a list of resources detailing the hearing
aid-related insurance mandates on a state-by-state basis.
For more, see: https://www.scholarships.com/news/fall-in-love-with-2018-autumn-scholarships
NOTE: ANY STUDENT MAY APPLY FOR ANY SCHOLARSHIP.
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