Scholarship Bulletin 20
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AES Engineers ScholarshipOctober
The Redefining Ready National ScholarshipFor graduating seniors tell the world how they are college, career and life ready beyond a single test score. The story must be told via a 30-second video posted onlineVariesMay
American Indian College FundScholarship listing for students of American Indian/Alaska Native descentVaries, but up to $5000May
Aspiring Fashion Professional ScholarshipStudents that are interested in pursuing a fashion degree at an accredited post-secondary school or college$1,000June
Aspiring Animation Professional ScholarshipSeniors that are interested in pursuing an animation career path at an accredited post-secondary school or college$1,000June
ACLU Alaska Joan Hamilton Memorial ScholarshipHigh school seniors and current college students planning on studying fields related to law and committed to improving the lives of rural or Alaska Native communities$2,500December
Abbott & Fenner ScholarshipHigh school juniors & seniors$1,000June
Global Lift Equipment ScholarshipOpen to students who are currently attending or will be attending a post-secondary institution in fall 2017 $500June
BigSun Athletic ScholarshipAny high school senior student athlete or HS grad$500June
College Sports Recruiting ScholarshipsCurrent and former student athletes who are seniors or current college students$1,000July
Arctic Physical Therapy ScholarshipA US or Canadian resident attending college or university full-time no later than January 2018 with at least a 3.0 GPA from your last academic year$500August
Arthur Demmert Sr ScholarshipAnyone attending a post-secondary program full-time in the Fall of 2017. Priority given to ANB/ANS membersVariesNo application available at this time - Check back later
National Peace Essay ContestStudents in grades 9-12 who write a 1500-word essay$1,000-$10,000March
ACF ScholarshipsOpen to graduating seniors and current college studentsvaries depending on scholarshipvarrying dates in March
AFS Global Leaders Scholarship ProgramHigh school students studying abroad through the AFS program$500-$4,400Ongoing- check
Army ROTC seniors who are interested joining the Army and completing an Army ROTC program, additional requirements on the
18 Scholarshipsfree scholarship and college/career
College Prowlerhigh school sophomores, juniors or seniors or college freshmen or recent transfer students. Students must write essays based on the topics stated on the website. There are monthly and annual winners. Also has a scholarship search.$1,000
Discover Colleges.Comhigh school seniors planning on attending a private college or university$2,500
Do Something ScholarshipsVariesVariesOngoing
Fastwebfree scholarship search
Meritaid.Comanother free scholarship search
National CO-OP Scholarshipshigh school seniors with a GPA of 3.5 or higher attending Drexel, Johnson & Wales, Kettering, Rochester Institute of Technology, Univ. of Cincinnati, Univ. of Toledo, or Wentworth Institute of Technology in Fall 2011$6,000
NSLI for YouthStudents ages 15-18 studying abroad learning one of 7 languages (Arabic, Farsi, Hindi, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, and Turkish) with a 2.5 GPA or highermost of program
Petersons.Comanother free scholarship search
Scholarships.Comanother free scholarship search
Scholastic Art & Writing Awardsstudents in 7th-12th grades who have works of art or writing to submitup to $10,000Ongoing
SchoolSoup.Comanother free scholarship search
WeeklyScholarshipAlert.Orgthis website provides information about 5-10 scholarships weekly to your email
Zinch.comfree scholarship and college/career
Student Scholarships.orgVariesVariesOngoing
Intertribal Timber Council ScholarshipsAlaska Native/American Indian high school seniors and college students pursuing careers in natural resources$1,500-$2,000Ongoing
National Indian Education Association ScholarshipsScholarship listing for students of American Indian/Alaska Native descentVariesOngoing
June Nelson ScholarshipGraduating seniors who will be full-time trade school, business school, or college students in the fall$1,200March
B. Davis ScholarshipAll high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in any post secondary institution.$1,000May
ANTHC ScholarshipOpen to Alaska Native/American Indian students who are: permanent Alaska residents, interested in working in the healthcare field and currently enrolled or accepted into a formal education or training program (Associates, Bachelors, Masters, PhD)$5,000Dec-March yearly- check website
CHARR Education Fund ScholarshipOpen to any Alaska resident of at least 2 years who has been accepted to an accredited college or vocational school and pursuing a career in the Alaska hospitality indusstry.variesMay
MCO ScholarshipAttending college or university full-time no later than December of 2015 as a freshman, sophomore, junior or senior, requires an essay$500varrying dates March
Edelman Scholarship - Bartlett Regional Hospital FoundationSeniors and current college students from Southeast Alaska who intend to pursue a degree in the Health Science fields at an accredited college$5,000May
Society of Women Engineers Scholarshipdeserving Alaska high school female seniors who are planning on pursuing careers in the engineering profession$1000-$1500February
Alaska Hotel & Lodging Association ScholarshipAlaska resident of at least two years, accepted at an accredited college or vocational school, and pursuing a career in the Alaska hospitality industryTBDApril
WyzAnt Scholarship10th graders and up$2000-$5000June
HBSD Staff Scholarship ***This scholarship application also serves as the application for the Juneau Lions Club scholarship for graduating seniors*** Seniors & HHS AlumniTBDApril or May (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
Uglys of Haines Leg-Up ScholarshipOpen to seniors, former students, or Haines residents who will be attending a post-secondary program$1,000April or May (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
Uglys of Haines Vocational ScholarshipOpen to seniors or former students who will be attending a vocational or trade program$5,000April or May (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
American Chemistry Society Scholars ProgramOpen to minority high school seniors, and college freshman-juniors who are pursuing careers in chemistry or a related fieldup to $5,000
American LegionHaines seniors & alumni$ (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
Bill Aronson Memorial/ Haines Friends of Recycling ScholarshipGraduating seniors or alumni who have been admitted to a post-secondary program to study energy-efficient construction or renewable energy design or installation; Haines residents who have lived here and worked in construction or using/designing/installing renewable energy equipment who plan to attend training either in energy efficient construction or renewable energy design and installation$500April or (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
Frank & Ramona Holmes Haines Friends of Recycling ScholarshipOpen to Haines and Klukwan graduating seniors and alumni who are pursuing post-secondary education relating to improving our environment$500April or (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
Delta Western ScholarshipHHS Graduating Senior$10,000April or (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
Haines Volunteer Fire Dept. ScholarshipOpen to any graduating senior or alumniTBDApril or (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
Haines Sportsmen's Association ScholarshipGraduating seniors & alumni$500April or (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
Haines Women's Club ScholarshipHHS AlumniTBAApril or (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
Pat Jones Scholarship (Haines Women's Club)HHS Students or Alumni planning on overseas study or doing volunteer workTBAApril or (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
Mildred Hermann Scholarship (Haines Women's Club)Seniors who are in the top 20% of their graduating class$500April or (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
Anderson-Barnes (HARK) ScholarshipSenior or alumni pursuing education in vet medicine, vet technology, or animal science$500April or (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
Lynn Canal Conservation Scholarshipseniors and alumni planning post-secondary study. Preference given to those studying fields related to the environment.$500April or (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
Catching the Dream ScholarshipHigh school seniors and current full-time college students who are at least 1/4 Alaska Native/American Indian and a member of a federally recognized tribe$500-$5,000 per year
Northern Southeast Regional Aquaculture Association Scholarshipseniors or current college students who hold a current Southeast Salmon Limited Entry Permit and have paid salmon enhancement tax or a dependent of someone meeting the permit conditions$2,500
Alaska State Fair Scholarshipjuniors and seniors$500-$1,500
ATA ScholarshipSenior, college or vocational school students who have been an AK resident for at least 4 years or in an AK school for at least 2, demonstrated success in an academic or vocational field, who will be attending a college or vocational program for at least 1 year. Study of communications (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
American Association of Drilling EngineersSeniors and current college students who are pursuing careers in petroleum engineering or a related fieldTBD
Virtual Business ScholarshipBusiness, marketing and finance students currently enrolled in their junior and senior years of high school throughout the United States are eligible for the scholarship$2,000
Bill Countryman ScholarshipHigh school seniors, college students, and students applying to the Johns Hopkins CTY programup to $25,000
Associated General Contractors of Alaska, Inc. (AGC of Alaska) & Construction Education Foundation, Inc. (CEF) ScholarshipStudents pursuing a career in the construction industry or a related field such as accounting, insurance & bonding and human resources. Scholarship awards will be limited to individuals who plan to live and work in Alaska. $2500-$5000
Denali Alaska Teen Power ScholarshipHigh school senior who is a member of Denali Alaskan with a GPA of at least 2.25$2,000
Easton ALASBO ScholarshipHigh school seniors$1,000
Alaska Assoc. of Harbormasters and Port Administrators ScholarshipCollege or vocational school bound Alaska high school senior interested in pursuing a career in a maritime-related field$500-1,000See Ms. Moore for an application
Janice M Scott Memorial ScholarshipGraduating seniors with a GPA of 3.0 or higher and a combined family income of less than $100,000$2,500
Union Pacific Railroad CONAH Scholarship for Native American StudentsOpen to American Indian/Alaska Native seniors or current college students with a GPA of at least 2.5$500-$1000
Elmer & Ruth Schwantes Scholarship FundApplicants must be graduates of Alaska high schools or Spencer High School in Spencer, Wisconsin. The scholarship(s) will be awarded based upon a combination of need and merit. Scholarship awards for the 2015-2016 academic year will be determined from applicants with a GPA of 2.5 or higher.$1,500-$3,000See or email Ms. Moore for scholarship form
Southeast Alaska Board of Realtors Memorial ScholarshipSeniors or current post-secondary students from Southeast Alaska$1, (click on counselor>applications for local scholarships)
Herff Jones Believe in You Scholarship & Principal's AwardGraduating seniors with nomination from a principal$2,000-$12,000
ConocoPhilips ScholarshipHigh school seniors planning on attending any institution of higher learning$5,000
QuestBridge College Prep ScholarshipOpen to high-achieving, low-income 11th gradersVaries
GAAS ScholarshipStudents planning careers in automotive aftermarket and attending an automotive technician program in Fall 2012varies
Ladd Macaulay Memorial Scholarship (DIPAC)Open to any graduate of Haines or a surrounding community applying to a BA or BS program or an associates/vocational training program related to the fishing industry (includes diesel technology, welding, marine construction, etc.)up to $12000Marchapplication on "local scholarship" link
Alaska Government Finance Officers Association ScholarshipCollege juniors or seniors attending college in one of the following fields: public finance, financial management, risk management, auditing, accounting, cash management, or bankingTBA
Alaska School Counselor Association ScholarshipHigh school seniors planning on attending UAF, Alaska Pacific University, UAA, Alaska Career College, or AVTEC$500 up to full tuition (depends on school attending)Marchapplication on "local scholarship" link
BP Principals ScholarshipGraduating senior (one nominee per school, to be considered see Ms. Moore)$4000-$20000
National Johnson O'Malley Association ScholarshipOpen to American Indian/Alaska Native high school seniorsTBA
Society of Petroleum Engineers Alaska Scholarshipsseniors or college students who are pursuing engineering or earth science degrees in college and plan to pursue a career in petroleumTBA
Alexander Hamilton AwardOpen to high school juniors who are college-bound, with a strong record of community service, is a self-starter, has financial need, and shows a strong commitment to academics$500, Leadership training, college application assistance, financial aid assistance, and internship and mentorship
National Honor Society ScholarshipHigh school seniors nominated by the Haines High chapter of National Honor Society$1,000-$13,000
Nick Begich ScholarshipAny Alaska resident pursuing a degree in education, government, or public service is eligible to apply$500-$2000
Sealaska Heritage ScholarshipAwards will be made to Sealaska members and Native descendants of Sealaska members enrolled in accredited colleges, universities and voc-tech schoolsVaries
Veterans for Peace ScholarshipOpen to all graduating seniors$1,000
BBB Foundation's Students of Integrity ScholarshipsTo qualify, students must: Attend accredited high schools in Alaska, Oregon or Western Washington;
Graduate in 2015 with plans to attend accredited higher education institutions; And, meet the academic requirements, with GPAs of 3.5 or higher

Jackie Robinson Foundation ScholarshipGraduating seniors from ethnic minorities who have a minimum ACT score of 22 or SAT score (reading & math) of 1,000up to $7500
University of Alaska Scholarship DeadlineAny student attending a University of Alaska campus in Fall 2015VariesLog into your UAOnline account and complete the Scholarship Application and have your FAFSA done
UA Foundation Scholarshipsa variety of scholarships for students planning on attending any of the UA campuses (Anchorage, Southeast, Fairbanks, and community campuses)$500-$8,000
Alaska Engineering Education Foundation Scholarship ApplicationSeniors who will be pursuing an Engineering degree at an ABET-accredited school$500-$2,000
Elks National Foundation Legacy Awardhigh school senior who has a parent or grandparent who is an active Elks member and has been at least since April 1, 2009$4,000
Alaska Travel Industry Assoc. Scholarshiphigh school seniors, college students and continuing education students who plan to use their education for a career in travel, tourism or hospitality in Alaska$1000-$2500
Red Boucher ScholarshipOpen to students with a >3.0 GPA who will be attending a full-time technology-related post-secondary program $1,000
Gates Millenium Scholarsseniors who are African-American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian/Pacific Islander, or Hispanic, US citizen or permanent resident, >3.3 GPA, meet federal PELL grant
National Multiple Sclerosis Society ScholarshipHigh school seniors or first-time college attendees who have MS or have a parent with MS and live in Washington, Montana, or Alaska$1,000-$3,000
SAE Engineering Scholarshipsseniors planning on majoring in engineering and attending an ABET accredited college$400-full tuition
Mensa ScholarshipApplicants must intend to enroll in an accredited U.S. institution for the 2015-2016 academic year.$300-$1,000