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Toyota Community Scholars01-01inactive
GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program01-05$10,000/yrnationalAwarded to 20 college-bound scholars who demonstrate outstanding leadership and service; requires one recommendation and academic verification.$10,000 renewable scholarships (up to $40,000 per recipient)3.00,service
Ron Brown Scholarship01-09$10,000nationalAfrican American studentsThe Ron Brown Scholar Program was established in 1996 to provide academic scholarships, service opportunities and leadership experiences for young African Americans of outstanding promise.3.50 American
Dell Scholars Program01-15$20,000nationalMust be Pell eligible to qualify. Minimum 3.1 gpa, ACT 19Designed for students who have overcome situational adversity in their lives. Application available Nov 1.2.4 gpa,ACT 19
Gates Millenium Scholarship Program01-15nationalPell eligible, high achievingApplicant must meet federal Pell Grant eligibility criteria and have a 3.3 -need to be nominated and recommended -amount of award based on total costs and financial need of applicant -can be applied towards graduate study3.30
Local 32BJ Training Fund Scholarship Program01-15localParent must be member of SEIU Local 32BJ/Service Employees (doorman, handyman, superintendent, cleaner, etc.)30 undergraduate scholarships awarded annually. Awards also to graduate school students.See 212 388-3750 or scholarships@32bjfunds.comCurrent undergrad, grad
NATIONAL PUERTO RICAN DAY PARADE SCHOLARSHIP01-15$2,000HS students of Puerto Rican heritageSixty $2,000 scholarships to exceptional Puerto Rican HS and college students who are making a difference in their community. Requires a volunteer community service statement, written bio, 250 word essay and application form, 2 recommendations (one from community service site).3.00, college students,previously won
LOS PADRES COLLEGE TUITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM01-16$5,000localPrimarily Puerto Rican/Latino HS students in NYC/NJ metro area. Must be first-genRequires participation in LPF College Orientation program and community service.Gilbert Rios Memorial Award ($5,000) is a related program.3.00
HSF/Wells Fargo Scholarship01-20nationalHispanic studentsScholarship for hs seniors of Hispanic heritage who will enroll full-time at college3.00,
RONALD MACDONALD HOUSE(RMHC)/AFRICAN AMERICAN FUTURE ACHIEVERS SCHOLARSHIP01-20$16,000nationalAfrican American students (at least one parent must be African-American)$4,000/year for 4 years for undergraduate study available for tuition, fees, computers, and/or other approved expenses incurred directly with your college (but not room and board). Student must maintain a 2.7 gpa. Unused money must be returned.2.70 American
Ronald McDonald House(RMHC)/Asian Future Achievers Scholarship01-20nationalAsian American studentsAt least one parent must be of Asian-Pacific heritage2.70 American
Ronald McDonald House(RMHC)/HACERS Scholarship01-20nationalHispanic studentsAt least one parent must be of Hispanic descent2.70
Ronald McDonald House(RMHC)/Scholars Scholarship01-20nationalNeed based scholarship open to all2.70
SMART START SCHOLARSHIP01-25Full tuitionlocalStudents attending college in NYCFull tuition (minus any other financial aid) for 4 years. Requires working at Chase during school year and summers. won, internship
Milken Scholars Program01-29$2000/yrnationalNYC, DC, LACC Nomination period 11/3 to 12/9; offers $2,000/yr, ongoing academic and career counseling, assistance with internships, graduate fund of up to $2,000, annual summit to share experiences.Min 28 ACT, 3.6/90 gpa, service, career
Point Foundation LGBT Scholars01-29Individuals who identify within the LGBTQ spectrum. Academic achievement, personal merit, leadership, involvement in LGBT community, professional experiences, need and personal goals are all taken into consideration.Point scholarships are awarded on a "last provider" basis. It fills in the gaps and provides funds not provided by other scholarships, grants, loans, work/study, etc. There is no guarantee that the financial support will be provided or be the same each year. www.pointfoundation.orglgbt
Ten Words or Less Scholarship11-30$500students aged 14 - 25Available to HS and College students college student
Empower Orphans Annual Scholarhip01-30$300-$1,000HS students, ages 15-19For students involved with community service. To apply, students must submit a photo of themselves participating in a community service activity, small or large. Once photo is uploaded, the applicant and friends can volte for their favorite entries. Based on votes and other criteria, judges choose top 3 entries. Entries accepted from December 15 through January 30. See website for additonal details., orphan
Emma L. Bowen Foundation01-31InternshipsMinority youth interested in mediaInternships to prepare minority youth for careers in the media industry. Students work for partner companies during summers and school breaks earning an hourly wage plus matching funds for college expenses. this 4 year program requires maintaining a 3.0 gpa while in college. 70-80 new students per year., internship
Little Rock Nine Foundation Scholarship01-31application requires a 500 word essay on why you think you deserve this scholarship & 2 recommendation letters3.00
Princeton Prize in Race Relations01-31$1,000nationalStudents in grades 9 - 12Award for students who have been actively involved in a volunteer activity that has had a significant positive impact on race relations in their school or community. To apply, applicants must submit a complete application form. A teacher, adviser,community or religious leader or other responsible individual (not related to candidate) who knows about the applicant's participation in the described activity must also submit a form in support.service,
ROTC Scholarships01-31full tuition +national2-, 3-, or 4-year college scholarships to qualified HS seniors or current college students considering service in the Army, Navy, Air Force or Army Nursing.Pays full tuition, fees, book allowance and monthly stipend of up to $5K per year. Requires an 8 year service commitment (4 full-time + 4 reserves). NYS schools include Fordham, Canisius, Syracuse, RIT, Rochester, and others. For complete list of schools see min [80], 19 ACT min
Union Plus Scholarship Program01-31$500 to $4,000 Dependents of current and retired members of participating unionsOver 100 union family members are awarded one-time cash awards ranging from $500 to $4,000. Student may reapply each year. Scholarships are awarded based on academics, social awareness,financial need and appreciation of labor. Application requires essay. (Does not require participation in any Union Plus program.) 3.0 or higher is
AXA Achievement Community Scholarship02-01$2,500nationalMust be recommended by an unrelated adult who can attest to the student's outstanding achievement in school, community or work activities. Awarded to up to 364 students, up to 12 per branch office
JACKIE ROBINSON FOUNDATION02-01$7,500nationalMinority HS senior with ACT of 21 For African American or Hispanic students who are planning to enroll at a 4 year college or university. Must show leadership potential, dedication to community service and evidence of financial need.ACT 21 won
McCALL'S BRONXWOOD FUNERAL HOME SCHOLARSHIP02-01$2,500localHS student who lives in the Bronx or lower Westchester300 word essay, 2 letters of recommendation2.80212 235-2800
SCHOLARSHIP PLUS02-01fills gaplocalNYC high school students with outstanding academic achievement, success in overcoming adversity and commitment to community service.Provides financial assistance and strong undergraduate support for outstanding but economically challenged NYC high school graduates. Also, paid summer internship at NY Public Radio.(85 min gpa) 90+ to be strong candidate
KFC Colonel's Scholars Program02-08$5,000national
National Peace Essay Contest02-0910,000 maxAny HS student for undergraduate studyU.S. Institute of Peace awards 53 scholarships of $1,000 to $10,000. Requires a 1500-word essay. Winners also invited to attend awards program in Washington, DC,journalism
Professional Athletes Foundation (PAF) College Scholarship02-10$2,500NYCStudents who have participated in varsity athletics for at least one year. The PAF Student Scholarship is designed for a high school athlete who intends to attend a college that does not provide athletic scholarships. Student must be nominated by high school coach and been accepted at a 2- or 4-year college or university. Required materials include coach's nomination letter, application form, 500 word (max) essay by student, high school transcript. Essay topic: Indicate why participation in high school athletics has been important to you and how this scholarship will help you achieve your career goals.2.0 minSee Counselor for application form.athletics
Latino College Expo & NY Knicks Grant02-11The Latino College Expo and The "New York Knickerbockers" have joined efforts to provide five deserving seniors from the tri state area with a grant towards their academic and personal needs.
Banyan College Scholarship 02-12
NYCFor low-income students of South Asian origin or descent (incl. India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal)For NYC seniors in HS of South Asian background from families earning <$75,000. Grants between $2,000 and $10,000 will be awarded annually for up to 5 students, and may be renewable for a total of 4 years. 3.30
Carolina Rice Scholarship-NY/NJ Metro Area Scholarship02-15$2,000inactiveNY and NJ residentsFive $2,000 scholarships; student must complete an essay
Columbus Citizens Foundation Scholarship Programs02-15Italian heritage (25% min), Financial need, 85% min gpa, service to school and community85% (3.0)Contact Antonella Recchia, Director, Scholarships/Opportunities Office 212-249-9923 x 231 www.ColumbusCitizens
Goya Food Culinary Arts Scholarship Program02-155,000national HS students interested in a career in the Culinary Arts & Food Sciences
*The Goya Foods Culinary Arts Scholarship Program
awards a $5,000 annual scholarship to students
planning to enroll as freshman in a culinary arts or
food science area of study for the next academic
year— renewable up to three years, or until a bachelor’s
degree is earned, for a maximum $20,000 scholarship! 201 348-4900 x2709
food science, culinary arts
National Co-op Scholarship02-15$24,000Students accepted at 1 of 12 partners (RIT, Clarkson, Oswego, Drexel, U of Cinci, UMass Lowell, Merrimack, Wentworth, U of Toledo, Johnson & Wales) eligible to apply3.50
$1500 & $500/yr
localTop studentsUp to 2,000 scholarships of $1,500 and 6,000 scholarships of $500 to NYS HS graduates to attend a NYS college renewable for up to 4 years. If funds are appropriated by the legislature, all students correctly nominated by your school will be scholarship winners. hs nominates top four students based on their gpa (must do FAFSA and TAP application)None
New York Water Environment Ass'n Major Scholarship02-17$10,000NYSFor HS students who are NYS residents interested in a career in environmental science$10,000 and $5,000 scholarship to HS student who enrolls in and graduates from a fulltime program with a focus on environmental issues.www.nywea.orgenvironment, college student
New York Water Environment Association Scholarships02-17$2,500NYSFor HS students who are NYS residents interested in a career in environmental scienceSix $2,500 scholarships to HS students who will be enrolled in an environmentally related program in a 4 year college or enrolled in a college with an NYWEA student chapterwww.nywea.orgenvironment, college student
Pierre Toussaint Scholarship Program02-19localMust be member of a Catholic ChurchA program of mentorship and support for college student-leaders. Applicant should be actively involved in parish activities and serving others. Supported by the Office of Black Ministries and the Archdiocese of NY., service
Diverse Minds Youth Writing Challenge - NYC02-20$5,000NYCNYC HS studentsWrite and illustrate a children's book that discusses the topics of tolerance and diversity. Submissions should provide a story that children in grades K - 5 would understand. Students may work individually or as a team of up to 4 members. Book must include art and text on each 8.5" x 11" page, no more than 24 pages. 2nd prize-$2,000; 3rd prize-$1,000; School prize-$500 grant; Teacher prize-$500 for classroom materials
National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Scholarships2/26HS seniors who plan to receive a BA in communications with an emphasis on any aspect of the television industry. In addition to the general scholarships, there is a scholarship open to Hispanic students only.
Buick Achievers Scholarship Program02-28$25,000nationalFor HS seniors & current undergraduates majoring in engineering, technology or design, with an interest in the car industry.50 scholarships each up to $25,000 per year for 4 years. Available to those who plan to major in field of study that focuses on engineering, technology, design or business with an interest in the automotive industry. Open to high school seniors and current undergraduates. Seeking community-minded students., technology,design,business, current college student
DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY SCHOLARSHIP02-28$1,600/yrlocalBronx residents with minimum B average who will enter a 4 year college in the fall. Student receives $800 per semester for a maximum of 4 years. Must maintain a 3.0 gpa in college. Requires an essay about yourself and your post-grad plans.
HSF/Procter and Gamble Company Scholarship02-28$2,500nationalHispanic studentsThe HSF and Procter & Gamble provide financial resources to assist outstanding Latino undergraduates pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.3.00,STEM,tech,engineering,math
Voya Scholars02-28Voya Scholars is a scholarship competition for any HS senior, or currently enrolled college, graduate or financial certification (i.e. CFA) student who has participated in a Voya charitable program.(All current Cristo Rey students are eligible to apply because Voya has sponsored the CR Business Boot Camp.)Five $10,000 scholarships awarded annually, to be disbursed over each winner's remaining years towards their chosen degree. Applicants judged based on need, merit, course of study and responses to short answer and essay questions. No restrictions on major. Also, For questions: voyafoundation@voya.comcurrent college student, graduate student
Catholic College Admission Association (CCAA) Scholarship03-01$1,000nationalGraduating high school seniors planning to attend a Catholic college.Lottery for eight one-time $1,000 awards to high school seniors from various geographic regions attending one of the National CCAA member institutions. Easy 614.633.5444Catholic
Children of Warriors National Presidents' Scholarship03-01$5,000nationalHS students who are descended from veterans who served in the Armed Forces (from WW I on)Scholarships are awarded to 15 students who excel in academics and volunteer in their communities. Three $5,000 scholarships awaded annually per geographic division for a total of 15 scholarships. Requires completion of 50 hours of volunteer service within community during HS years (verified in writing by organization), letter from clergyman, and essay (less than 1,000) "What will I do to make my college a better place for students and staff."
Lance Corporal Phillip E. Frank-Fifth Third Bank Memorial Scholarship03-01HS seniorFor HS senior enrolling in college or trade school who exemplifies the spirit of the Heart of a Marine Foundation ideal: honor, loyalty, respect and concern for others. There are no GPA requirements, character is what's important.service, leadership
Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) Scholarship03-01$5,000inactiveSchool nominates one candidate and an alternate $5,000 scholarship paid $625 per semester for 4 years awarded to community minded senior for attendance at NYS college or community college
nationalHS seniors who have lost a parentFor HS seniors who have experienced the death of a parent or guardian. Requires an essay or video.
National (CCAA) Catholic College Admission Association Scholarship03-01$1,000nationalA one-time $1,000 award for 8 college-going HS seniors from various geographic regions attending a member institution. Will select one student from NY/NJ. Brief application.Contact Joyce Masek, Executive Director at
National Press Club Diversity Scholarship for Studies in Journalism03-01$2,000HS seniors with at least a 3.0 who are planning to have a career in journalism and will bring diversity to US journalism$2,000 one-year scholarship which can be renewed for up to 3 years at $2,500 per year. Also includes a one time $500 book stipend. Requires work samples demonstrating ongoing interest in journalism and 500-word essay explaining how s/he would add diversity to US journalism.3.00National Press Club
Toyota Community Scholars03-01$5,000nationalOpen to African-American/Black, Hispanic/Latino or American Indian students with 3.0 or better gpa intending or majoring in chemistry, bio-chem, or chemically-related scienceRecipients receive up to $5,000 per year depending on academic record, career objective, leadership, community service and evidence of financial need. Awards are renewable as long as Scholars maintain academic performance requirements: $2,500 for freshmen, $3,000 for sophomores, $5,000 for juniors and www.acs.orgcurrent college student
State Farm Companies Foundation03-02$2,500HS senior who will attend college next year and has financial need.Up to 50 recipients will receive a $2,500 award. Only the first 700 applications will be considered. Selection based on financial need, academics, leadership and participation in school and community activities, work experience, educational and career goals, and unusual personal/family circumstances. Applicants selected by Scholarship America.2.5 to 3.2 For Call 1 507.931.1682 and ask for State Farm Good Neighbor Scholarship Program.
DC 37 Education Committee Scholarship Program03-15$1,000Students with a parent, grandparent or legal guardian who is a current or retired member of DC 37 AFSCME (NYC Public Employee Union)Four award categories including HS seniors,1st or 2nd year college students,overcoming physical or learning disabilities, and careers in education. All awards are $1000 and may only be received one time per academic year. Winners are selected by lottery. Contact DC 37 or call 212 341-4999union, current undergrad, disability, LD
NACME Pre-Engineering Scholarship Program03-15$2,500HS and college studentsThe NACME Pre-Engineering Scholarship Program recognizes the nation’s highest achieving African American, American Indian, and Latino high school seniors who have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership skills, and a commitment to science and engineering as a career goal. Each NACME Pre-Engineering Scholarship winner receives a $2,500 award to be used toward the cost of attendance at a university.For students considering engineering as a career
3.0 gpa, 24 ACT minimum,current undergrad
Questbridge College Prep Scholarship03-23nationalTop low-income studentsFull scholarships to college summer programs at Stanford, Yale, Emory, Penn and more. Free online application.juniors
NYS Society of Professional Engineers (NYSSPE - New York Chapter) Scholar Award03-25$1,500-$2,500NYCFor HS senior either resident of Manhattan or goes to school in Manhattan who intends to study engineering in collegeOne time award ranges from $1,500-$2,500. Requires recommendation and essay on the contribution he/she hopes to make in society as an engineer. (See College Counseling Office for application) 212 598.9010 x115STEM,engineering
NYS Society of Professional Engineers (NYSSPE - New York Chapter) SEAP Scholarship03-25$1,500-$2,500NYCFor HS senior either resident of NYC or goes to school in NYC who intends to study engineering in collegeOne time award ranges from $1,500-$2,500. Requires recommendation and essay on the contribution he/she hopes to make in society as an engineer. (See College Counseling Office for application) 212 598.9010 x115STEM,engineering
AFA (Alzheimer's Foundation of America) Teen Scholarship Essay Contest03-26$500 - $5,000HS seniors to attend 4-year accredited collegeStudents are asked to describe how Alzheimer's has impacted their lives, whether through a loved one, volunteer work or just passionate about the cause. Requires 200-word autobiography and 1200-1500 word essay.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF)03-30$5,000nationalHispanic high school seniors and college studentsNumerous scholarships ranging from $500 to $5000 (based on need) and support services for Hispanic students. All majors accepted, emphasis on STEM majors. Applications available in January.3.0 for HS; 2.5 for undergrad, Hispanic, STEM
New York Chapter New York State Society of Professional Engineers03-30HS senior either resident or student in NYC who intends to study engineering2 annual awards: a monetary "Scholar Award" to a HS senior who goes to school in Manhattan and plans to study engineering in college. Also the SEAP Scholarship to senior who goes to school in NYC who intends to study engineering in college. Requires counselor recommendation and an essay regarding the contribution he/she hopes to make in society as an engineer. Erich Arcement SAM SCHWARTZ ENGINEERING 212-598-9010 x115 322 Eighth Ave 5th Fl NY,NY 10001
Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund03-31$10,000nationalHS or graduate student will will be attending an accredited college program.Must demonstrate activism in struggle to achieve civil rights, economic justice or other progressive issues. Maximum grant is $10,000 and may be considerably smaller depending on applicant's circumstances and amount of money available.
FAFSA $500003-31$5,000NYCHS seniors Win up to $5,000 by completing the FAFSA. Each entry increases the jackpot by $1.
LIVE OUT LOUD YOUNG TRAILBLAZERS SCHOLARSHIP03-31$10,000localFor LGBTQ youth from NY, CT and NJ who are going to collegeLive out Loud is awarding 3 scholarships for $10,000 each to pay for educational expenses at a college, university or technical/vocational program. Awards based on leadership, community service and academic credentials. Requires application, 2 recommendations, 2 essays and interview. previously won
P. Buckley Moss Endowed Scholarship03-31$1,000High school seniors with financial need, a certified language-related learning difference, and artistic talent who plan a career in the visual arts.P. Buckley Moss FoundationLD, arts
Hellenic University Club of New York Scholarship04-01$1,500localFor Greek-American studentsFour scholarship awards of $1,500 each to Greek American HS seniors who have exemplified high scholastic achievement and have demonstrated financial need. Instructions and application available online.
HENAAC Scholarship Program/Great Minds in STEM04-01$500-$10,000HS student of Hispanic heritage pursuing a STEM degreeVarious merit-based Great Minds in STEM one-year scholarships ranging in amounts from $500 to $10,000. Requires 3.0 or higher gpa. Requires 700-word essay, peer and faculty recommendations, etc.3.0/85 min or 323.262.0997
Herbert Lehman Educational Fund Award established by the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (LDF)04-01$2,000For African-American undergraduate and law students$2,000 per year for 4 years. Applicants should demonstrate a record of academic achievement, leadership qualities, a commitment to public service (through volunteer or other activities) and financial,African-American,college
Whitney M. Young, Jr.Memorial Scholarship04-01$5,000localNYC resident of African-American, Latino or Native American backgroundVarious scholarship awards through the New York Urban League. Whitney M. Young Scholars are eligible for numerous scholarships ranging from $1,500 to $5,000. Requires interview and 500 word essay on 1 of 3 topics.80 gpa 212 926-8000
Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, LLP Scholarship Program04-02$1,000For HS seniorsOne $1,000 first prize, one $500 runner-up, three $250 honorable mentions to be used for tuition and related expenses such as books or supplies. Requires essay of 500-750 words on one of 3 topics. Submissions to be sent by email to
HCCI(Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement, Inc.)-Canon Frederick B Williams Scholarship04-06$1,000localOpen to residents of the 5 boroughs who are 18 years old and will be registered to attend college in the fall.Application requires 350 word essay describing how you would like to impact the Harlem community and how you would use the funds to further your education. Also, 2 recommendation letters and transcript.3.0/85 gpa minHarlem Congregations for Community Development, Inc., 256 West 153rd St, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10039
HCCI(Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement, Inc.)-George H.&Lottie K.Weldon Scholarship04-06$1,000localOpen to a HS senior or college student in need of financial assistance who is a resident of the 5 boroughs Application requires 350 word essay describing how you would like to impact the Harlem community and how you would use the funds to further your education. Also, 2 recommendation letters and transcript.noneHarlem Congregations for Community Development, Inc., 256 West 153rd St, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10039current college students
HCCI(Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement, Inc.)-H&N Insurance College Scholarship04-06$1,000localOpen to residents of Harlem Manhattan CB10 district who are 18 years old and will be registered to attend college in the fall.Application requires 350 word essay describing how you would like to impact the Harlem community and how you would use the funds to further your education. Also, 2 recommendation letters and transcript.3.0/85 gpa minHarlem Congregations for Community Development, Inc., 256 West 153rd St, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10039
HCCI(Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement, Inc.)-Rev. Charles A Curtis Scholarship04-06$1,000localOpen to residents of the 5 boroughs who are 18 years old and will be registered to attend college in the fall.Application requires 350 word essay describing how you would like to impact the Harlem community and how you would use the funds to further your education. Also, 2 recommendation letters and transcript.3.0/85 gpa minHarlem Congregations for Community Development, Inc., 256 West 153rd St, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10039
AFSA High School Senior Scholarship Contest04-07$2,000nationalOpen to all HS seniorsTen $2,000 scholarships. Read article about fire sprinklers and then take 10 question online test. Not based on gpa or need.nonewww.afsascholarship.orgno essay
CUNY/Myself Third: Spirit of NY Scholarship04-08$4,000NYCStudents attending CUNY who have completed at least 50 hours of service in their community or school in the last 12 months.Multiple, one-time grants of $4,000 each towards tuition costs at any CUNY college. Student must commit to participating in at least one community service project during freshman year. Requires 500 word essay., service
Soule Foundation04-08$2,500Open to LGBTQ/SGL high school seniors in the NYC area who identify as a person of colorFoundation that offers mentorship, scholarship and programming for LGBT/SGL youth. Five $2,500 wcholarships will be awarded.www.soulefoundation.orgLGBTQ
Voice for Animals High School Scholarship04-10$650High school students between ages 14 - 1813 awards up to $650. Entrants must be involved in a project which has a direct impact to alleviate animal suffering or write an essay or create a video that discusses how one animal species has been affected by climate change and what can be done to protect it. Contest is supported by partnership between the Animal Welfare Institute and the Humane Education
Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes04-15$10,000nationalPublic-spirited young people between 8 and 18 years old who are currently working on an inspiring service project or have done so within the last 12 months.25 $10,000 awards. Student must work as an individual to organize and lead their service work. Activity cannot have been done solely to complete an assignment for school or work. Online application requires Project Essay describing activity and what you accomplished and learned from your experience. Requires 3 recommendation letters. barronprize.orgservice
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) Scholarship04-16$1,000-$2500nationalHispanic studentsCHCI awards one-time scholarship to Latino students in the United States who have a history of performing public service-oriented activities in their communities and who demonstrate a desire to continue their civic engagement in the future. There is no GPA or academic major requirement. Students with excellent leadership potential are encouraged to apply. Needs strong writing skills.none, leadership,service
PAPER Foundation Scholarship Program04-20Must be child or grandchild of an NPTA (National Paper Trade Alliance) member companyAwards based on combination of academic achievement and financial
Notes for the Future Scholarship Program04-27$1,000Open to HS sophomores, juniors and seniors who plan to study music in college (vocal or instrumental)International Scholarship and Tuition Services, Inc (ISTS) will award scholarships of up to $1,000 to promising young musicians. Requires submission of an audition of a live solo performance.
You Deserve It Scholarship04-29$1,000natlU.S. resident, age 16 or older enrolled in HS or college in U.S.One $1,000award each month. Register your information and you are automatically entered. Award cycle ends on 29th of each month and immediately restarts a new session. Winner chosen at random. college student
KISS Cares Scholarship Fund04-30$1,000inactive?NOT ACTIVE - 2019Three $1,000 scholarships and an opportunity to intern at 98.7 KISS FM/NYservice
Milton Fisher Scholarship for Innovation and Creativity04-30$5,000localNYC HS juniors, seniors and college freshmen planning to attend college anywhere in USscholarship for NYC metro area high school juniors, seniors and college freshmen who display evidence of innovative and creative problem solving (a) in an artistic, scientific or technical field or (b) who has come up with a distinctive solution to problems faced by your school, community or family, or (c) who has created a new group or organization and are attending college in NYC or CT students,STEM, art,juniors
Shawn Carter Foundation Scholarship04-30active 2019HS seniors and undergrads. Gpa's typically range from 2.0 to 3.0 (roughly 75 to 86) but can be higher.SCSF provides individual grants, paid directly to the educational institution, to every student who qualifies and reapplies yearly, from admission to graduation. The grant can be used to cover tuition expenses and related supplemental educational expenses such as books, lab fees, travel and select costs of living. All Shawn Carter Scholars are required to “give back” by conducting community service and by serving as mentors to younger, aspiring Shawn Carter Scholars.Leadership, community service, quality of essay and need taken into account. SCSF also sponsors bus tour of HBCU's. Also supports study abroad. Application available 4/1 and due 4/30. Requires essay.2.0 gpaundergrads, current college student, HBCU
Blue Coco Scholarship05-01$500inactive?HS students from the East Harlem community.Email sent to students regarding application.
Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities (HACU) Scholarship Program05-01nationalMust demonstrate financial need and meet specific criteria for each scholarship. Must attend an HACU-member college.Multiple scholarships available; award amounts vary. Please visit website. Deadlines vary, typically April-May.
HUMANAS SCHOLARSHIP05-01$4,000/yrlocalHS senior who will attend college within 2-3 hours of NYCProvides $4,000 grant per year and mentoring for student attending college within 2-3 hours of NYC. Contact Director of College Counseling for consideration.Previously won
Child Mind Institute Rising Scientist Scholarship05-10$1,000localHigh school graduate strong in scienceOne-time $1,000 scholarship awarded annually to 5 local high school students who demonstrate early achievement in science. Must be nominated by counselor.
Joseph Tauber Scholarship Program (1199SEIU)05-13$750 minimumlocalHS grad who is child of an eligible 1199SEIU member and enrolled full-time in collegeScholarship recipients must file the CSS Profile, submit application and reapply each year for consideration.There is an additional Incentive Program for Tauber Scholarship awardees who maintain a gpa of 3.0 or higher per
M.V.F.T. Memorial Scholarship Fund05-13HS senior who is child of a member of the Mt. Vernon Federation of Teachers and will be a full-time student at a 4 year collegeApplication requires 750 word essay on career goals, teacher recommendations, transcript, etc.Min B avgunion
UNCF/Koch Scholars Program05-14$5,000For African-American high school seniors or college freshmen currently attending or planning to attend an eligible 4-year college or university who is interested in entrepreneurship, innovation and economics.200 scholarships awarded of up to $5,000 for up to 4 years of undergraduate study. Student also has exclusive access to online learning community plus mentoring and networking opportunities. Application includes 6 essays, transcript and recommendation letter. Eligible UNCF institutions include City University, American University, Creighton, Dartmouth, George Washington U, Hampton, Howard, Loyola New Orleans,Morehouse, Saint Michaels,St Johns U, Stonehill,Catholic Univ, Univ of Dayton,Villanova,Wellesley among many others2.7/82 min or 202.810.0313 college student,
Hach & Rose LLP Annual College Scholarship05-15$10,000local$10,000 college scholarship for graduating high school seniors to assist one student who has shown strength \through adversity or has known someone who has suffered a serious injury due to another's negligence. Winner announced on June
James Beard Foundation Scholarship05-15$20,000nationalHS senior planning to attend an accredited culinary school or hospitality institution, college or university.Program assists aspiring and established culinary professionals who plan to further their education at an accredited culinary school or hospitality institution, college or university. Awards include Friends of James Beard: cash grants applied to tuition and sometimes other school-related expenses, and James Beard School Scholarships: tuition waivers granted by educational institutions, which are sometimes renewable. Ten scholarships of $20,000 each awarded to food-focused candidates of exceptional
Nordson BUILDS Scholarship05-15
nationalScholarships are targeted at individuals whose permanent residence or college is near a Nordson facility, and are pursuing majors in manufacturing, engineering-related STEM disciplines and/or business majors leading to a career in the manufacturing industry and corporate America. (Nordson has operations worldwide and in Ohio, Georgia,Providence RI, Carlsbad California, Wisconsin St. Paul, MN, Norwich, CT, Salem, NH, Spokane WA)Selection based on assessment of academic record, leadership skills, community service and school involvement. There are 3 types of scholarships-one for students pursuing associate degree, a University Scholars Scholarship and one for underrepresented students2.7 & 3.0Brett Fields at
Center for Student Opportunity (CSO) Opportunity Scholarship05-28$1,000inactiveFirst generation, low-income and/or minority students$1,000, four-year renewable scholarship awarded to high school seniors enrolling at certain colleges (such as Union, Fairfield, Iona)
Catholic Women of Harlem Educational Scholarship05-29$500NYCMust be Catholic and attend a Central Harlem church (such as St. Joseph's, All Saints, St. Mark's, St. Aloysius, St. Charles').Must submit college acceptance letter and typed, dbl spaced 500 word essay on how you would use your education to benefit your community. Get application from any of these churches .2.50Catholic, service