|Scholarship||Description||Deadline||How to apply|
|*South Lyon Community Schools does not endorse, or recommend any facilities, indivduals or groups listed in this guide. This information is general information. Please contact agencies directly for specific dates, costs, and information*|
|StudentScholarships.org||This link contains multiple scholarship opportunties. To access the Free Scholarship Database, simply create your own profile. |
Registered Users will be matched with Scholarships, Bursaries, and Grants, that fit their profile.
|Various deadlines for 2017-18 school year||StudentScholarships.org|
|AES Engineering Solutions||Our belief is that achieving a high grade point average should not be the only criteria for determining who deserves to be helped. For that reason we are offering a scholarship that will be awarded on the basis of character, as determined by evaluated the essays that are submitted.Scholarships are intended for our future leaders across a wide spectrum of fields of study. This award is available to high school seniors and all students attending a post secondary educational facility.You are not required to be taking Engineering courses to be eligible. Amount of award is $500.00 and students must apply on line.How to Apply:Students must submit an essay of no more than 1000 words in answer to the following question: What are your dreams for your future? When you look back on your life in thirty years, what would it take for you to consider your life successful?||10/6/2017||Submit essay to: firstname.lastname@example.org|
There is no application packet for this award. Please do not include your resume at this time.
Be sure to include your full name as well as the name of the school you are attending this year and your plans for next year.
|Coca-Cola Scholars Competition||Academic Achievement, Leadership and Community Service||10/31/2017||http://www.coca-colascholarsfoundation.org/applicants|
|Leukemia & Lymphoma Society: Student of the Year Scholarship Program||Students can nominate themselves! Leadership development and philanthropy program in which high|
school students participate in a fundraising competition to benefit LLS. Every dollar raised counts as one vote. The candidates/teams who raise the most money at the end of the 7 week competition earn the title Student(s) of the Year.
|11/14/2017||To nominate a candidate, join a team, or to learn more, visit: http://www.studentseries.org/high-schools/students-of-the-year Or contact Tami Duquette – email@example.com to learn more.|
|Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Program and Scholarship||Sponsored by the Sarah Ann Cochrane Chapter of the National Society of the DAR. After being named a DAR Good Citizen, the student may submit additional information and write and essay.||11/15/2017||http://www.dar.org/national-society/scholarships|
|Plymouth-Ann Arbor Elks Lodge #325||$2,000 renewable scholarship for a special needs applicant sponsored by a member of the Michigan Elks Association. Intended for qualified applicants, who could not otherwise continue their education or training past high school, and is available for study at an accredited college, university, licensed trade or vocational school. Our purpose is to help them become self-respecting, self-reliant, self-supporting, contributing members of firstname.lastname@example.org or call 734-635-1525|
|RARE Everyday Heroes High School Senior Scholarship Competition||HS Seniors who are attending a Michigan college, university, or post-secondary school in the Fall of 2016. Students submit and original essay (one-page, single spaced) about someone whom they consider to be an "Everyday hero in our Community - a true difference maker".||12/1/2017||Call 1.586.698-4387 or www.winningfutures.org/RARE_scholarships.html|
|AXA Achievements Scholarship and Community Scholarships||The AXA Achievementsm Scholarship in association with U.S. News & World Report provides $670,000 in annual scholarships to young people throughout the nation. |
The AXA Achievementsm Community Scholarship Program brings advice and access to higher education into every community in which AXA has a presence. Every AXA Advisors' branch office nationwide distributes up to twelve $2,000 scholarships to high school seniors who live and attend high school in their area.
|Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarship program||GPA of 2.8 or higher and has demonstrated leadership in school, work or community service. See your counselor for nomination email@example.com or at 1-855-670-4787.|
|Odenza Marketing Group Volunteer Scholarship||A student must have contributed at least 50 hours of volunteer (non-paid) service within his/her community over the last 12 months. Ensure that you have completed this amount of hours and that a person within the organization(s) is willing to confirm that you have volunteered this amount of time. (Note that we only contact the organization(s) in the event that you are chosed as the scholarship winner. Scholarship is $500||12/30/2017||Scholarship application details can be found by going to: http://www.studentscholarships.org/college.php|
|NMA Chapter 141 - Leadership Speech Contest||Scholarship award opportunity for Michigan high school students|
Chapter 141 of the National Management Association club proudly presents its annual Leadership Speech Contest. It's the first step in one of the nation’s leading competitions among high school age students.
Our nationwide speech contest promotes an understanding of Leadership among our nation’s high school students, and encourages the development vital communication skills. Students research, write and deliver a four to six minute speech on the topic of Leadership. Speeches will be delivered at an NMA meeting, where cash scholarships will be awarded to the top three contestants. Winner advances to the next level.
Public, private and home school students, grade 9 - 12, residing in southeast Michigan are eligible. NMA members take enormous pride in their educational outreach. We sincerely invite you to Apply for this important program.
For additional information, email NmaSpeechContest@bcbsm.com
|Horatio Alger Association Scholarship||This scholarship program provides financial assistance to senior students who have financial need and have exhibited integrity and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity. Scholarship criteria also include high school graduation in spring/summer of 2015, commitment to pursue and complete a bachelor's degree and United States citizenship. The value of scholarships range from $5,000 to $20,000.||01/2018||Students must apply on-line at www.horatioalger.org/scholarships|
|National Science Foundation Undergraduate STEM Scholarship||Eligibility for STEM Scholarship|
U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident
Enrollment in a Michigan public high school or charter school within a school district in Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Washtenaw or Wayne county
Financial need, defined for undergraduate students by the U.S. Department of Education, for which the applicant must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Recalculated GPA of at least 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) and an ACT score of 22 or higher
Declared major in manufacturing engineering, mechanical engineering, or industrial and systems engineering with a focus on manufacturing
Full-time enrollment, taking at least 12 credit hours per semester during the scholarship period
Other Requirements for STEM Scholar Selection - to be completed online: umdearborn.edu/stemscholarship
Provide name and contact information (phone no. and/or e-mail address) of a high school counselor or a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics) teacher who may be contacted for reference
Provide two written statements about (a) your interest in engineering, and (b) your extracurricular activities
Participate in a phone interview with an Engineering faculty member
|1/4/2018||For further queries on the STEM scholarship, please contact Professor P. K. Mallick at 313-593-5119 or firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|In Manufacturing Leadership Development|| U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident||1/6/2018||http://www.jfklibrary.org/Education/Profile-in-Courage-Essay-Contest.aspx|
|Washington Crossing Foundation|| Financial need, defined for undergraduate students by the U.S. Department of Education, for which the applicant must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)||1/15/2018||www.gwcf.org|
|National Wild Turkey Federation "Beard and Spurs Scholarship|| Recalculated GPA of at least 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) and an ACT score of 22 or higher||1/15/2018||Request application by emailing: email@example.com or contact Mr. Dan W. Potter, Scholarship Chairman, Beard & Spurs Chapter at 248 548-2036 or contact the scholarship coordinator at the Wild Turkey Center by calling 1-800-THE-NWTF|
|Michigan PTA Fran Anderson Scholarship|| Declared major in manufacturing engineering, mechanical engineering, or industrial and systems engineering with a focus on manufacturing||1/15/2018||http://www.michiganpta.org/scholarship.html|
|NALS of Michigan||Must be pursuing a degree in the legal field. NALS of Michigan Scholarship Fund shall present a $1,000 non-renewable tuition/books-only scholarship|
available to those enrolled in a school of advanced education in the legal field. The scholarship will be
awarded on the basis of scholastic or legal career achievements, future career goals, demonstration of
financial need and leadership ability. The scholarship award may be granted to any qualified applicant in the
The candidate must:
1. Be a high school senior or enrolled in a school of advanced education (including the current school
2. Be a resident of Michigan and be enrolling in a Michigan school of advanced education in the legal
3. Have at least a B average, or if percentile system is used, not below 90 percent.
4. Be in need of financial assistance.
5. Be able to enroll in the fall term (2017). Candidates nominated in prior years who meet current
qualifications are eligible for renomination. THE NALS OF MICHIGAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND APPLICATION MUST BE FULLY COMPLETED WITH ALL OF THE
FOLLOWING DOCUMENTATION ATTACHED AND RETURNED TO THE CHAIRMAN POSTMARKED NO LATER
THAN JANUARY 15, 2017.
1. An official transcript of grades.
2. A one-page letter of recommendation from the applicant's current major teacher or counselor,
addressed to NALS of Michigan Scholarship Fund, stating:
a. Applicant's activity and leadership record;
b. A description of applicant's personal traits, character, drive, home background and brief
statement of financial need;
c. Reasons the applicant should be awarded this scholarship.
3. One additional letter of recommendation from someone other than a member of the applicant's
family, such as an employer, teacher, pastor or friend, may be submitted if applicant so desires,
but is not required.
4. A one-page autobiographical statement prepared by the applicant, showing the date of birth, school
attended, employment, school and outside activities, accomplishments, family background, hobbies
and a brief description of applicant’s goals and desires, including the name of the college the applicant
will be attending and their major.
|1/15/18||Heidi S. Hopper, PP, PLS|
NALS of Michigan Scholarship Chair
2642 Sandhill Road
Mason, Michigan 48854
|Michigan Schools and Government Credit Union||You may now apply for our scholarship programs online! Applications will be accepted beginning January 16, 2017. For complete eligibility requirements, check out http://www.msgcuscholarships.org/||1/16/2018||http://www.msgcuscholarships.org/|
|Community Choice Foundation Scholarship Program||Graduating Senior who has been accepted into an accredited postsecondary institution, min 3.0 GPA, essay; NOT related to a board member or employee of Community Choice Credit Union –||01/16||https://www.communitychoicecu.com/index.php/community-services/scholarships|
|Princeton Prize in Race Relations||Full-time enrollment, taking at least 12 credit hours per semester during the scholarship period||1/31/2018||http://www.princeton.edu/pprize|
|Emma Bowen Foundation for Minority Interests in Media Program||Other Requirements for STEM Scholar Selection - to be completed online: umdearborn.edu/stemscholarship||1/31/2018||For additional information about Emma Bowen internships, other work based programs and an application please visit: www.emmabowenfoundation.com|
|Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority||Provide name and contact information (phone no. and/or e-mail address) of a high school counselor or a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics) teacher who may be contacted for reference||2/2/2018||http://www.epsilonsigmaalpha.org/esa-foundation/scholarships|
|Bloomfield Hills Financial Stock to Scholarship Challenge||Welcome to the 6th Annual Bloomfield Hills Financial Stock to Scholarship Challenge. The goal of this contest to help your students learn about the stock market in a risk-free environment with a fantastic incentive: they can win scholarship money for college!|
Bloomfield Hills Financial has organized an online stock market simulation that enables students to buy and sell stocks in their own account starting with $100,000.00 in simulation cash. At the end of the game, the top 3 students with the highest account balances will earn scholarship money- up to $5,000.00!
|2/10/2018||Check out our website at|
If you would like to receive an information packet today, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|2018 Courageous Persuaders Video Contest||Create a TV commercial targeted at middle school students to warn them about the dangers of underage drinking. Win scholarship money and trophies, have fun, and gain valuable experience. The grand prize-winning commercial will be broadcast on TV and the team that created it will work with Pluto Post and the Detroit Auto Dealers Education Foundation to upgrade their spot for air. |
Open to all high school students in grades 9-12 - not only those taking video production. Winners will be selected based on ideas. And you all have great ideas.
|National Co-op Scholarship||WACE, on behalf of the nine WACE Partner Institutions, is pleased to announce and sponsor its Twelfth Annual National Co-op Scholarship Program. As the largest independently sponsored merit co-op scholarship program in the United States, WACE will award 160 merit co-op scholarships for a total value of $4,100,000.|
These merit co-op scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors and transfer students who plan to participate in college cooperative education at one of our nine Partner Institutions.
|The Knights Templar Educational Foundation (Michigan Division Scholastic Achievement Award)||As this is a highly competitive award, all applications will be considered. The Knights Templar Educational Foundation, Michigan Division, shall consider all applicants for scholarships without regard to age, race, religion, national origin, gender or Masonic affiliations. These scholarships are NOT "grants in aid" but are open to all students regardless of their financial circumstances. To be ELIGIBLE, applicant must be a permanent resident of Michigan pursuing a two (2) or four (4) year college degree, graduate or trade school education.||2/15/2018|
|The Engineering Society of Detroit||Awarded each year for outstanding academic and extracurricular achievement by a graduating high school senior pursuing a career in engineering or science. All applicants will receive a one-year complimentary Student Membership in The Engineering Society of Detroit. The award will be presented at the Society's Annual Awards Program held each year in June, and the recipient will receive a $1000 scholarship from The Engineering Society of Detroit.|
For more information, please contact: Sue Ruffner, email@example.com or 248-353-0735, ext. 117.
|NFL Alumni Detroit Chapter Scholarships|| Provide two written statements about (a) your interest in engineering, and (b) your extracurricular activities||2/24/2018||www.nflalumnidet.org under tab: Education Fund & Scholarships|
|The Arab American Scholarship Foundation Program (LAHC)|| Enrollment in a Michigan public high school or charter school within a school district in Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Washtenaw or Wayne county||2/26/2018||http://lahc.org/scholarship-program/|
|2017 Shell Oil Company Technical Scholarship||Applicants must plan to enroll full-time in geology, geophysics, physics, chemical engineering, civil enginnering, electrical enginnering, geological engineering, geophysical engineering, mechanical engineering or petroleum engineering at various institutions (list available in the counseling office). Applications/Qualifications available in the counseling office.||2/26/2018||http://www.shell.us/careers/students-and-graduates/scholarships/bachelors-degree-students.html|
|SAE Detroit Section Members||Student Eligibility Requirements|
• U.S. Resident
• Child or grandchild of a current SAE Detroit Section member
• High School graduating senior
• 3.0 or better grade point average on a 4.0 scale (required)
• Demonstrated financial need
• Enroll full time in a two- or four-year engineering or science program at an ABET accredited college or
SAE Detroit Section
28535 Orchard Lake Rd., Ste. 200
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
|The Art Department Gallery (ADG), Wayne State University (WSU), Detroit, MI presents a call for entries for its annual Tri-County High School Exhibition.||The exhibition dates are March 25 through April 8, 2016. The exhibition will feature approximately fifty artworks by high school students from Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. (All students selected to exhibit their work in the show will be offered a $1000 WSU Department of Art and Art History Scholarship. Students accepted into the Department of Art and Art History can redeem their offered scholarship upon enrollment with a declared major in Art, Art History or Design and Merchandising.)ELIGIBILITY: Open to all 10th through 12th grade-level public, private, and home-schooled students from Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. Students applying for admission to Wayne State University and other high school students are eligible. |
ACCEPTED WORKS: Submissions will be juried and selected by a committee from the Department of Art and Art History. Selections will be based on quality, presentation, and proper application format.
Selected works can be hand delivered or shipped. Instructions will be included in a notification e-mail letter. The artist entrant will be responsible for transporting their work to and from the gallery. Every precaution will be taken to handle artwork with the utmost care. However, the Art Department Gallery and Wayne State University will not be responsible for damage or loss from any cause.
NOTIFICATION: Notification of accepted and non-accepted works will be sent via email.
AWARDS: Seven awards will be given for outstanding artworks in the exhibition: First Place, Second Place, Third Place, 3 Honorable Mentions, and 1 Outstanding Teacher Award
First Place: WSU $3,000 Scholarship Award, Workshop Award, and $150 Dick Blick Certificate; the art instructor of the first place winner will also receive a $150 Dick Blick Certificate.
Second Place: WSU $2,000 Scholarship Award, Workshop Award, and $150 Dick Blick Certificate
Third Place: WSU $1,000 Scholarship Award, Workshop Award, and $150 Dick Blick Certificate
Honorable Mention: Workshop Award and $150 Dick Blick Certificate
Honorable Mention: Workshop Award and $150 Dick Blick Certificate
Honorable Mention: Workshop Award and $150 Dick Blick Certificate
|Detroit Section of the Society of Women Engineers||College Scholarships|
· SWE Detroit annually awards scholarships to exceptional high school senior women who intend to pursue a college degree in engineering.
· The scholarship application must be filled out by the student (and signed by a counselor) and postmarked or e-mailed by February 26, 2016.
· SWE, at a national level, also has many scholarships for outstanding high school female students. We also grant awards to current high school seniors and juniors.
Certificates of Merit
· SWE Detroit will award one Certificate of Merit (non-monetary award) per high school to an outstanding senior female who shows exemplary ability in math and science.
Madame Curie Award for Excellence
· SWE Detroit will award one Madame Curie Award for Excellence (non-monetary award) per high school to an outstanding junior female who shows exemplary ability in math and science.
|2/26/2018|| Society of Women Engineers|
PO Box 2978
Southfield, MI 48037-2978 This application form can be found on the National SWE website: www.swe.org
How to Apply for the Certificate of Merit & Madame Curie Award:
Use this link to fill out the forms for both of these awards online: http://www.swedetroit.org/outreach--scholarships.html
|National Council of Jewish Women,|
Greater Detroit Section Jewish Youth Awards.
|NCJW/Greater Detroit is proud to continue the tradition of honoring exceptional high school students who demonstrate strong leadership within the community.|
All high school seniors are invited to apply. To be eligible, an applicant needs to fulfill the following requirements:
Submit (6) hard copies of a typed essay (600-800 words) on the following topic: What experience or person has had the greatest impact on your Jewish identity? MUST BE ANONYMOUS-- THESE COPIES SHOULD NOT HAVE THE APPLICANT’S NAME ON THEM ANYWHERE IN THE ESSAY
Submit (1) letter from a religious institution documenting the applicant has had a formal Jewish education (e.g. became a bar/bat mitzvah, been consecrated or confirmed, or is presently attending a congregation’s high school program).
Submit (6) copies of applicant’s leadership positions or other involvement in the Jewish and/or secular community. MUST BE ON THE FORM PROVIDED AND MUST BE ANONYMOUS—NO NAME ON THIS PLEASE.
Submit (1) current photograph attached to the application.
Submit (1) application form which can be found on our website: www.ncjwgds.org
Be available for a personal interview by a panel of judges on tbd.
|2/28/18||submitted by mail or hand-delivery to:|
26400 Lahser Rd, Suite 306
Southfield, MI 48033-2675
|Sponsored by Producers Choice Network (PCN)||Must be a female in their senior year of high school in Michigan and enrolling at a university or college for fall term. Must be pursuing an engineering degree at a university or college with an ABET accredited engineering program. Criteria include academic performance, essay, awards, and leadership, activities or employment.||3/2/2018||For more information, please contact Lisa Purvis SWE-Detroit Section Scholarship Chairperson, firstname.lastname@example.org (734) 983-3648 or http://www.swedetroit.org/uploads/2/0/2/4/20241007/scholarship_application_fy15.pdf|
|SAE-Detroit 41st Annual High School Poster Competition||High school student creates poster(s) Prizes $1,000.00 - $500.00 awarded||3/13/2018||For additional details, contact Roxanne Loeffler at the SAE Detroit Section office at (248) 324-4445 ext. 3 or email@example.com .|
|Robert Ficano Hope Foundation Scholarship||$500 application for a Wayne country resident with a 3.0 GPA who is attending a 2 to 4 year College, university or trade school. Merit based, along with leadership, extra-curricular and community involvement considerations||3/16/2018||www.robertficanohopefoundation.org|
|Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Chapter 113 Aviation Studies Scholarship||Two one thousand dollar ($1,000) scholarships will be awarded by Plymouth-Canton Mettetal Airport's EAA Chapter 113 to graduating seniors from area high school and students enrolled in the Michigan Institute of Aviation and Technology. Minimum qualifications are: 3.0 GPA, acceptance to a college, university, or trade school majoring in aviation related studies such as Aeronautical Engineering||3/21/2018||www.113.eaachapter.org for application/information or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions|
|Smeart Heart Foundation||Smeart Heart Foundation is a new 501c3 non-profit establishing a scholarship for post-high school education for yourng adults with Congenital heart Defects (CHD).||3/31/2018||Application and information can be found at www.smeartheart.org or contact Ms. Suzanne Eidson, President of Smeart Heart Foundation at (734) 812-4932|
|Parkside Credit Union||Any high school senior with GPA 3.0 and permanent address in Oakland, Wayne, Washtenaw,Macomb, or Monroe Counties.-||4/3/18||Parkside Credit Union 734-525-0700 click on www.ParksideCU.org/fund-your-future|
|The Salem Township Promise||All Salem Township graduating high school seniors are eligible|
Please have all requested FAFSA information completed
prior to submitting this application. For Salem Township residents planning to attend
A Michigan University, College, or Vocational Training School. Minimum GPA is 2.00 See Mrs. Purcell in the Counseling Office for application.
|5/1/2018||Mail completed application to: Salem Township Scholarship Fund|
P.O. Box 75319
Salem, Michigan 48175 See Mrs. Hopper in Student Services for application .
|AAA School Safety Patrol||Requirements: Scholarships of $1,000 will be awarded to four graduating seniors attending a Michigan public, private or charter high school. Students must show proof of AAA Michigan School Safety Patrol participation in elementary or middle school, good academic standing and a strong record of involvement in the community and/or extra-curricular activities. A personal letter of introduction must be included describing community and extra-curricular activities and what being a Safety Patroller meant to them. |
See Mrs. Purcell in Counseling for an application . Please review the guidelines and requirements!. Please be aware that AAA Michigan will accept only one applicant per school. Please be sure that the Principal or Counselor signs the application selected. Applications lacking this signature will not be processed. The deadline for submission of your school’s applicant is Friday, May 12, 2017.
|American Polish Engineering Association Scholarship||Two $1,000 scholarships are offered to one male and one female senior. Requirements include but are not limited to: Being of Polish descent, having a minimum gpa of 3.0 and a minimum of three letters of recommendation - two being from teachers . To receive scholarship monies, a successful applicant must also be accepted and enroll in a technical engineering or allied curriculum as at least a 3/4 time student.||5/30/2018||http://www.polishengineers.org/scholarships.php|
|Athnet Sports Recruiting Scholarship||Write a 400-500 word essay describing how the lessons you have learned through playing sports have positively impacted you as you pursue your college education. The $1,000 scholarship will only be usable towards the cost of tuition and books. The check will be made out to the winner’s school of choice and credited to academic costs. ●Must be a current or former athlete at the high school or college level. ●Must be a current college student or high school senior entering college.||6/15/2018||For additional information and application/essay information: email@example.com|
|Credit Union ONE William G. Coyne Scholarship Program||Graduating enior, minimum 3.0 GPA, complete 30 or more documented & qualified community service during junior/senior year of high school ending 4/1/2017, be a member of a family that has belonged to Credit Union ONE for a minimum of 6 months, plan to enroll in the fall in fulltime undergraduate course of study at an accredited 2 or 4 year college or university or accredited trade or vocational school. Additonal info on website. Once it goes live, students will be able to access the application online at http://www.cuone.org/about/scholarships.aspx||9/1/2018||Complete the application or call Judith L. Desilets|
Director of Corporate Events
Judi_Desilets@cuone.org for the Scholarship Line. Download: http://www.cuone.org/about/scholarships.aspx
|Buick Achievers Scholarship Programs||GM Foundation: 100 Scholarships for up to $25,000/Year, 1,000 Scholarships at $2,000/Year. Renewable for up to 4 years. Encouraging applicants who will be enrolling full time in the fall as a first -time freshman at a 4 year university and who plan to major in science, technology, engineering, math, business administration, finance, marketing or design. Applicants should also be interested in a career in the automotive or related industries.||02/29/18||www.buickachievers.com|
|American Sleep Medicine Foundation||ASMF Sleep Story Video Contest!|
Sleep has an impact on every aspect of your life, and everyone has a story about sleep. The American Sleep Medicine Foundation is issuing a nationwide creative challenge to young filmmakers: Tell a sleep story to help us shine a light on the effects of sleep problems.
Here's your chance to creatively tell a story about the importance of sleep and to win $500 for yourself and $500 for your school. The best videos will be used to educate the public about sleep.
The contest is open to high school students (grades 9-12) in the US.Entry form, Rules and eligibility information can be found on our website at http://discoversleep.org/schoolessaycontest.aspx
|2/29/2018||Upload your videos to YouTube and submit the link and entry forms to firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Community Financial Margaret Dunning and George Lawton Scholarships||Scholarship Criteria:|
Applicants must have their own personal Community Financial account and have it opened a minimum of six months (on or before September 17, 2014) prior to submitting their application. Please note that being a beneficiary on another person's account does not qualify
Have been accepted at or applied to an accredited college, university or trade school full or part-time for the 2016 Fall semester
Judging will be based on: academic performance, community service, extra-curricular activities, letter of recommendation, job/employment, answer to essay question on application and financial need
Latest transcript submitted with online application
Letter of recommendation from non-family members submitted with online application
CFCU Account Number uploaded as an attachment in a Word document
|2018 - deadlines vary. Please check website for specific information||contact us at (313) 961-6675 or email us at email@example.com.|
|MASPA||High school seniors who are members of a minority ethnic group and who plan to earn a degree in TEACHING may apply for consideration of this scholarship award. This is a $2000 initial award that is paid to your college or university account when proof of enrollment in a teacher education university is received. Applicants are selected solely on high school academic achievement, ACT/SAT scores, a personal essay, and letters of recommendation. Application Procedure:|
Applicants must submit the following:
1. A completed application form.
2. Submit a personal essay (see specifics below) which is written by you alone.
3. Provide copies of the most recent grade report showing cumulative GPA;.
4. Provide a copy of ACT/SAT results.
5. Submit with the application two letters of recommendation (i.e. teacher, principal, counselor, etc). They may be submitted by using the attached form or in a separate letter of recommendation.
Eligibility: • Applicants must be from a district that is a current MASPA member • Must have at least a 2.8 high school cumulative GPA or higher. • Must be admitted to a teacher training program at a college or university • Must be a member of one of the federal ethnic classifications listed on the application
|2018 TBD||Download application at www.maspa.org Incomplete, late or applicants from persons entering other fields of training will not be considered. Applications are reviewed by the MASPA Board in mid-May with applicants notified shortly thereafter. The completed packet must be postmarked no later than May 1 to: MASPA Scholarship 2238 Lorraine Ave. Kalamazoo, MI 49008|
|Italian American Club of Livonia||To be eligible candidates must: establish Italian Ancestry and reside in Southeast Lower Michigan, have completed their junior year of high school in the spring of 2016, have a B average in all classes, have taken the ACT or SAT. Candidate's need for financial assistance will be considered. Candidates must by outstanding character, integrity and leadership.||2018 TBD||Italian American Club of Livonia Phone: 734-953-1137|
|GRBS Perseverance Award||Focus is on students who have overcome personal challenges and/or hardships as many of the custodians employed by GRBS face in their own personal lives. GRBS hopes to celebrate perseverance and perhaps attract overlooked candidates not receiving other scholarships. $1,000.00 scholarship||3/25/2018||For application, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-441-4463|
|SAE: Micro-Electric Vehicle Competition||INTRODUCTION|
Following are the rules of competition for this year’s SAE Detroit Section Micro-Electric
Vehicle Competition. For those not familiar with the event, there are three award
categories in the competition: Design, Performance, and Overall School Final Results.
The Design Competition is based on a written paper and an oral presentation. The
Performance Competition is a multi-heat, double elimination head-to-head race. The
Overall School Final Results Competition is based on accumulated point totals per
school from both the Design and Performance events. Teams must build a vehicle to be
powered by one AA alkaline battery capable of pulling a weighted trailer up a steep
incline faster than the other competitors to advance.
Please pay special attention to some of the sections of the rules because we changed
the way we score the Overall Competition. In past years, there have always been two
different competitions at the event – Performance and Design Competitions. Our
committee had three goals in mind when we started talking about changing the event:
make the event shorter from start to finish, eliminate the need for multiple judging
panels, and find a way to integrate the Design and Performance Competitions into the
Overall School Final Results.
To accomplish these goals, the following changes were made:
• The Design Competition papers must be submitted to the SAE Detroit Section at
least three weeks prior to the competition (Wednesday, April 13, 2016)
• The competition committee will score the papers and invite the top 15 to 20
competitors to give the oral presentation at the event
• Oral presentations will be permitted only by the invited teams; invitations will be
sent at least seven days before the competition
• The top three finishers in the Design Competition will be awarded Design points,
to be added to the Performance Competition in order to obtain final overall
results. For First Place in design, (4) points will be added to the Performance
Competition. For Second Place, (2) points will be awarded and for Third Place,
(1) point will be added
|4/10 /18||Sponsored by DENSO and Yazaki North America For more information, contact Roxanne Loeffler at email@example.com or (248) 324-4445 ext. 3. FOR INFO: https://www.sae-detroit.org/students/collegiate/micro-electric-vehicle-competition/|
|Robert A. Schuele Scholarship Fund||The Robert A. Schuele Scholarship Fund (2017-2018 College year – current high school seniors) was established to honor the life of a friend, a family man, and a business professional. The intention of the Robert A. Schuele Scholarship Fund is to grant a scholarship award in an amount that will secure the attendance of a student at a major college or university in Michigan. The Trustees are searching for an applicant who has outstanding character, demonstrated commitment to academic studies, significant financial need and who will take advantage of the mentoring and networking resources the Trustees intend to offer to maximize the recipients educational experience. CRITERIA: To apply for the Robert A. Schuele Scholarship, applicants shall be required to meet the following minimum criteria: |
1. At least a 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) cumulative high school G.P.A. (or its equivalent, to be submitted as a sealed transcript) or an 18 composite A.C.T. score for first-time freshman; or scores of 400 or more in each of the following SAT categories: Critical Reading; Mathematics and Writing.
2. Demonstrate need for financial assistance;
3. Intend full-time college student status;
4. Unrestricted academic standing with the university or college with which courses will be taken (e.g., no academic suspensions) is required as a result of this scholarship; and,
5. A high school senior who is a member in good standing at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Oakland & Macomb Counties, an applicant recommended by the Robert A. Schuele Scholarship Committee. Additionally, high school seniors in Wayne, Oakland & Macomb Counties may apply If you have questions or want to apply, the link is: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2016SchueleApplication
|4/11/18 at 9 PM (Eastern)||https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2017SchueleScholarshipApplication|
|Roberta M. Knapp Testamentary Trust Scholarship|
1. Graduate of a Fulton County high school- Broadalbin-Perth CSD, Gloversville Enlarged School District, Greater Johnstown School District, Mayfield CSD, Northville CSD and Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville School District
2. Preference to those applicants who express interest in a veterinary practice
3. Preference to female applicants but not mandatory
4. Enrollment in a Veterinary Science Technology, Veterinary Technology Management
or related field degree program at the undergraduate level or in a Doctor of Veterinary
Medicine degree program at the graduate level. Limited Use of Scholarship Grant 1. Education Purposes Only
2. Tuition, Books, Special lab Fees, Required Equipment, Room & Board (if on campus), or other expenses directly related to education only.
3. Scholarship is awarded for a period of four years only.
Application Deadline: May 1, 2018
|5/1/18-extended deadline||Mark A. Nagelsmith|
NBT Wealth Management
Vice President and Trust Officer
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Glens Falls, NY 12801
|APIASF General Scholarship and the Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) Program||GATES MILLENNIUM SCHOLARS PROGRAM/APIA|
The Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) program, funded by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was established in 1999 to provide outstanding, African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American, and Hispanic American students with significant financial need an opportunity to complete an undergraduate college education in any discipline area of interest. Continuing Gates Millennium Scholars may request funding for a graduate degree program in one of the following discipline areas: computer science, education, engineering, library science, mathematics, public health or science. The goal of GMS is to promote academic excellence by providing thousands of outstanding students, the opportunity to reach their full potential.
For high school seniors and students with GED entering as first-time, first-year student in the Fall
Application Deadline: January 13, 2017 at 11:59 PM EST
Additional Information: http://www.apiasf.org/scholarship_gms.html
APIASF AANAPISI SCHOLARSHIP
The APIASF AANAPISI (Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institution) Scholarship supports full-time Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students at specified institutions. AANAPISIs are Minority-Serving Instructions (MSIs) that have an undergraduate enrollment of at least 10 percent AAPI students and a significant enrollment of students with financial need.
For current college students who will be enrolled in Winter 2015/Spring 2016
Application Deadline: January 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM PDT
Additional Information: http://www.apiasf.org/aanapisi.html
APIASF GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP
The APIASF General Scholarship is open to Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) high school and college students who will be enrolling or are currently enrolled in a U.S. accredited college or university as a degree-seeking undergraduate student in the upcoming academic year. There are multiple scholarship opportunities that vary in award amount, number of years, field of study, location, and more.
For high school seniors, current college students, and students with GED entering college in Fall 2017
|APIASF General Scholarship Application|
GMS Program Application
|Varsity Brands School Spirit Awards||Submission Requirements for All Entries:|
Nominees must be nominated by a student, colleague or community member.
All entries must include:
• One 500-word essay about why the nominee is deserving of this award
• One letter of recommendation from a school principal, administrator or community leader
• Two photos of the nominee and his/her/their work
• Optional: Three links to additional media (including but not limited to press releases, videos,
additional photos, articles, etc.)
• All nominees must be affiliated with a high school in the United States (student, faculty,
coach, staff, etc.)
**Please submit a separate nomination for each category if you are interested in being considered for more than one award.
|Contest submissions opens on 2/ 8/18 and closes on 3/ 1/18||Varsity Brands School Spirit Awards|
|Jeptha Wade Schureman Scholarship Program||Targets students who are fatherless because of death or termination of parental rights before age 18. Student must be pursuing a major and career in nursing, law dentistry or medicine. Students must also demonstrate financial need and must attend one of the 15 public Michigan universities. This awards up to 8 $7,500 scholarships and prior year recipients can reapply for scholarship consideration.||Deadline varies||Explore these and other scholarships on the Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan Website at www.cfsem.org|
|The American Legion||The American Legion is pleased to be able to provide you with a 152 page revised edition book that list scholarships, grants, and loans for which students may qualify. Need A Lift? contains extensive information on scholarships for veteran's dependents.||Deadlines vary||Available on the World Wide Web at www.needalift.org or visit The American Legion at www.legion.org|
|Michigan Council of Women in Technology Scholarship Opportunities||The Michigan Council of Women in Technology Foundation is sponsoring several scholarships and technology grants for women, majoring in Information technology.||Deadlines vary||http://www.mcwtf.org/Scholarships_149.html|
|Ayn Rand Essay Contests||8th, 9th and 10th graders: Choose one of three selected topics based on Anthem. 11th and 12th graders: Choose one of three selected topics based on The Fountainhead Ayn Rand’s novels are inspiring and intellectually challenging. But they can also be financially rewarding for high school and college students. The Ayn Rand Institute sponsors annual essay contest that offer 521 prizes and $81,000 in prize money every year||Each novel contest has a different deadline||http://aynrandnovels.com/essay-contests/|
|Michigan Competitive Scholarship (MCS)||The MCS award is renewable for up to 10 semesters or 15 terms. The award is based on BOTH academic merit (the ACT exam) and financial need (FAFSA). The State of Michigan's Office of Scholarships and Grants will be contacting you if your composite score on the ACT is 23 or higher. Eligible students will then have demonstrated financial need, based on analysis of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You must then provide your social security number to match a student's ACT score to their FAFSA record. Look for the letter from the State of Michigan Department of Treasury requesting a social security if you are a senior whose ACT is 23 or higher.||Priority consideration for state financial aid goes to students whose FAFSA is received at the federal processor by March 1st||Visit www.michigan.gov/ssg. Contact the Michigan Competitive Scholarship program, Student Scholarships |
and Grants, toll free at 1-888-4-GRANTS (1-888-447-2687), e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or fax (517) 241-5835.
|Ford Motor Company Scholarship Programs||At Ford, we know that an education is essential to achieving your goals and dreams. Ford Blue Oval scholarships provide hope and opportunity to students around the globe, partnering with leading edge educational organizations.|
The Ford Motor Company Fund has distributed over $1M in scholarships to our Ford Blue Oval Scholars. These scholarships propel a student through a course of study or fund a particular project, but they always open doors that students may not have known existed.
Learn more and find out which might be right for you.
|Scholarship deadlines vary||Multiple Scholarship Opportunities https://www.fordscholars.org/scholarships|
|Elks Most Valuable Students Scholarships||Graduating seniors may apply for awards based on scholarship, leadership, and financial need||Scholarship deadlines vary||http://www.elks.org/enf/scholars|
|UNCF Scholarship Program||UNCF manages various scholarship programs and each program has its own eligibility criteria, open/close dates and required documentation. To apply for a UNCF scholarship, you must apply through the on-line application process. As many of the UNCF scholarships require that the scholarship recipient apply for Federal Student Aid, it is recommended that applicants complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).||Varies||Applications are available online at http://www.uncf.org|
|Michigan Oil & Gas Producers Education Foundation Scholarship||Pursuing degree in energy related field, 3.0 minimum GPA||Varies||www.mogpef.org|
|Health Resources and Services Administration-Bureau of Health Professions Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students||To increase the diversity of the health professions workforce and the number of providers working in underserved communities, HRSA provides funds to accredited U.S. health professions schools. The schools in turn provide scholarships and low-interest loans to students with financial need. Many of the students who benefit from these programs are from racial and ethnic minorities under-represented in the health workforce, including African Americans, Latinos, and American Indians and Alaska Natives – groups that comprise 25 percent of the U.S. population, but less than 10 percent of many health professions.||Varies||http://bhpr.hrsa.gov/scholarshipsloans/index.html|
|College Prowler Essay Scholarship||Students must write essays based on the topics stated on the website. Visit website||Varies||http://collegeprowler.com/scholarship/apply.aspx|
|College Board's Scholarship Search||Find scholarships, other financial aid and internships from more than 2,200 programs, totaling nearly $6 billion||Varies||http://apps.collegeboard.com/cbsearch_ss/welcome.jsp|
|Army ROTC Scholarships||Whether you're a college-bound high school student or already attending a college or university, Army ROTC has scholarships available. Scholarships are awarded based on a student's merit and grades, not financial need.||Varies||http://www.goarmy.com/content/goarmy/rotc/scholarships.html|
|Detroit Economic Club Scholarship Program||Students graduating in June 2016, and enrolling in college in the fall of 2016, will be selected to receive a $2,000 scholarship. These scholarships are renewable for the three additional years that the recipients are in college. The scholarship criteria includes: min. GPA of 3.2, demonstrated leadership though extracurricular, volunteer or paid work experience, demonstrated financial need based on completion of the FAFSA ( www.fafsa.org ) and overcoming hardship to achieve both academic and personal goals.||Various||Explore these and other scholarships on the Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan Website at www.cfsem.org|
|Michigan Society of Professional Engineers||Requirements: Be accepted at a Michigan ABET accredited college or university and enroll in an engineering program. Scholarship awards are contingent upon acceptance for admission and an intent to earn a degree in engineering and enter the practice of engineering after graduation.|
* Be a high school senior, a resident of Michigan, and a U.S. Citizen at the time of application.
* Have at least a 3.0 grade point average (based on a 4.0 scale) for the 10th and 11th grades.
* Attain a minimum composite test score of 26 on the American College Testing (ACT) Exam.
* Submit a list of senior classes being taken.
* Attach a documented high school transcript and ACT test score to be considered.
* Submit only the current year MSPE application. Additional forms are available from MSPE. Photocopies are accepted. Counselor or Principal Certification is needed to complete the application. Note: If there is a student planning on attending Michigan State University and majoring in Biosystems Engineering, they would like to know. Students should indicate this near the section marked "College Preferences"
|Various deadlines for 2018||Contact: MSPE|
PO Box 15276
Lansing, MI 48901-5276