2019-2020 AAHS College and Career Center Scholarship Page
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Scholarship NameAmountSubmission DeadlineEligibilityHow to Apply
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National Elks Most Valuable Scholarshipranging from $4,000 to $50,000Submit online before November 5, 2019The Elks National Foundation Awards $2.9 million in college scholarships to a total of 500 high school seniors nationwide through its Most Valuable Student contest. Questions?? Contact Sue Arnold, Scholarship Chair 320-766-1146More Info
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St. Cloud Model College of Hair Design Scholorship2-$2,000 Cosmetology ScholorshipsFirst 2 students to inquire in the College and Career Center The first 2 students to inquire in the College and Career Center will be offered this opportunity!College and Career Center
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Variety of Nursing ScholarshipsSee individual scholarshipsSee individual scholarshipsMore Info
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The WTS Minnesota High School Scholarship $1,000December 5, at 5 pm.The minimum criteria for selection are:
a. Applicant must be a high school senior.
b. Applicant must be considering a college degree in a transportation-related field such as civil engineering, math, urban planning, geography, economics, or public policy.
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Imagine America Foundation ScholarshipDec 31, 2020
All students looking to apply for scholarships to career and technical colleges
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2020 Drake Physics PrizeFull TuitionFeb 3, 2020The Drake Physics Prize Test is primarily given to students in Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota and select areas in Illinois, Texas, and Colorado. Students outside of these areas are also eligible to participate. Any student interested in participating should contact the Drake Physics Department at 515-271-3141 or email ashlyn.hardin@drake.edu.More Info
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REA Scholarship DrawingEleven $1000 ScholarshipsMar 2, 2020This year REA will be giving out eleven $1000 scholarships through a random drawing to seniors graduating in 2020. The only stipulation is that the student’s parents or legal guardians are REA members. More Info
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Housing First Minnesota ScholarshipsMar 16, 2020Is scheduled to graduate from high school, or obtain the equivalent, in Spring 2020, or has a high school diploma, or equivalent, or is a current post-secondary student AND is a resident of, or intends to work in, the state of Minnesota. Applicant intends to work in the residential construction industryMore Info
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High School Social Leaders Bi-Annual Scholarship$1,000March 28, 2020High School Students who plan on pursuing higher education and currently involved in organizations working to solve key social issues that we face today.More Info
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Elevate Mental Health Awareness Scholarhips$750April 1, 2020Must be a high school or college student who has experienced challenges with mental health or have had people close to them who have experienced mental health challengesMore Info
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