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First 10 scholarships:

Amount:
$2000
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
February 9
Applicants must be currently enrolled students at MSU, demonstrate good academic standing, and provide evidence of interest in research on Chicano/Latino communities.
Contact:
Dr. Rubén Martinez, Director Julian Samora Research Institute Michigan State University Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center 219 S. Harrison Rd., Rm 51 East Lansing, MI 48824 For more information, please contact Devin Mazur at (517) 432-1317 or e-mail mazurdev@msu.edu Url: https://jsri.msu.edu/scholarships/julian-samora-endowed-scholarship
Amount:
$1500
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
February 10
ALL North Carolina students with disabilities are eligible for nomination. Including students enrolled in the Occupation Course of Study, students who will be receiving a Graduate Certificate and students enrolled in the Future Ready Course of Study.
Contact:
To send via email, scan your completed application, supporting materials, etc. into a single PDF and email to MCGaward@ecacmail.org. If you have not received an email confirmation within 3 business days, please contact Cheryl Strupe: 800-962-6817 before application deadline. If emailing this document is not possible, documents may be sent via USPS mail, FedEx, UPS or hand delivered to: Matthew C. Graziadei Award ECAC 907 Barra Row, Suite 103 Davidson, NC 28036 https://www.ecac-parentcenter.org/ecac-news/applications-now-being-accepted-for-the-2021-matthew-c-graziadei-achievement-scholarship-award/
Amount:
$1000
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
February 10
The Circle Michigan Foundation will award a $1000 scholarship to a student attending a Michigan higher education institution and who is enrolled in a Hospitality and Tourism program. Full or part-time students may apply.
Contact:
Please Contact The Circle Michigan Foundation at 269-569-7064 or CircleMIFoundation@circlemichigan.com
Amount:
First Prize (4 teams): U.S. EE Savings Bond worth $10,000* at maturity for each student Second Prize (4 teams): U.S. EE Savings Bond worth $5,000* at maturity for each student National Finalists (8 teams): An expense-paid trip to Washington, DC in June for ExploraVision Awards Weekend for each national winning student and his/her parent/guardian Regional Winners (24 teams): A technology/science-related gift for each student and an awards ceremony for each regional winning team at its school where the team will receive a winner's banner, plaque and other gifts Honorable Mention (500 teams): A unique prize and certificate for each student All Participants: A certificate of participation and gift for every student whose team submits a complete project
Awards:
Several
Deadline:
February 10
All projects must meet the following requirements: All entrants must be United States or Canadian citizens and living within the United States, U.S. Territories or Canada and enrolled full-time in a public, private or home school Students must be no older than 21 years of age National Science Teachers Association employees, NSTA board members, ExploraVision judges and their respective families are not eligible to enter the competition Any project that has won at ExploraVision's regional and/or national levels may not be re-submitted in future years Any project previously awarded a prize in another competition may not be submitted Any student who was selected as a regional or national finalist in ExploraVision can only compete in subsequent years with a new team i.e., with students who have not previously been selected as ExploraVision regional or national finalists Students enter as a team of 2-4 students with a teacher/coach and optional mentor (no individual entries).
Contact:
Any questions, please contact exploravision@nsta.org https://www.exploravision.org
Amount:
Varies
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
February 10
Mae Ward was a school teacher in Boyd County, KY for 43 years. Mrs. Ward established her trust for students who are graduating or who have graduated from Boyd County, KY high schools. Her objective was to provide financial resources to eligible young men and women who were scheduled to graduate from high school in the current year so that they might have the resources to pursue a college degree. The recipients shall possess outstanding character and promise as reflected by their record of service to their neighbors, community and family and their reputation for honesty and integrity. Application Process Applicants should complete the scholarship application form. If you are unable to complete the application in one sitting, you can save your application and come back to it using the link above. Three letters of recommendation are required. Letters should be on professional letterhead and be no more than one page in length. Students will upload the recommendations to the application. Current academic transcript and ACT scores (if not included on the transcript) are required and will be uploaded to the application. DEADLINE is February 10, 2023 for online application, three letters of recommendation, transcript report and ACT test scores. Scholarships will be awarded in May 2023. All applicants will be notified of the status of their personal application no later than June 30, 2023 via e-mail.
Contact:
https://apply.mykaleidoscope.com/scholarships/maeward23 Any questions regarding the program or eligibility may be sent to OFIC's Scholarship Management Resources at scholarships@ofic.org. Be sure to reference the name of the scholarship program in your inquiry.
Amount:
$1000-$3000
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
February 11
The Elizabeth J. Davis Scholarship was established to assist home care professionals with obtaining advanced degrees and students seeking bachelors or associate degrees in a health profession. The scholarship is available to any Vermont resident who is studying for a degree in a health care profession and who plans to work in home care in Vermont upon completion of the program. To be eligible for the scholarship a student must be enrolled in a certified college (does not have to be a Vermont college) and must be studying either nursing (RN and LPN), physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, or medical social work. (preference given to applicants pursuing four-year degrees or higher and/or applicants interested in working in home health). Intend to work in Vermont for a minimum of two years. Attend an accredited school approved for federal title IV funding (Pell Grants, Federal Direct Loans).
Amount:
Up to $7000
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
February 11
To assist promising or accomplished potters (who are permanent residents of northwest Ohio or Lenawee or Monroe Counties in Michigan) in obtaining additional education or training in the ceramic arts. Scholarship recipients may obtain such education or training at any United States college, university or nonprofit institution offering courses in pottery. The organization must be a 501(c)(3) (nonprofit) entity. Funding from the Edith Franklin Pottery Scholarship covers educational expenses only, including tuition, registration, fees, etc. Personal expenses and transportation costs are not considered covered expenses. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.
Amount:
$2000 and an iPad
Awards:
10
Deadline:
February 11
The Cavaliers and Huntington Bank will award 10 Northeast Ohio high school seniors with $2,000 college scholarships. Graduating seniors must submit a 500-word essay, perform a high level of service in their communities, provide a high school transcript, ACT and/or SAT scores and one letter of recommendation.
Amount:
$1000
Awards:
1
Deadline:
February 11
Open to individuals of the Islamic faith who are pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in journalism, communications (which may include concentration in broadcasting, media, film or public relations), business, accounting, finance, economics or related degree. Selection criteria to be utilized in selecting scholarship recipients must include the following, in priority order: a) United States citizen with permanent residency status and of the Islamic faith; b) Full time status (as defined by the school); and c) Need for financial assistance. If numerous potential scholarship recipients meet the above criteria, then final selection of the scholarship recipient(s) shall be based upon academic merit. It is the Donors' desire that priority consideration be given, but not limited to, first year graduate students attending schools located within 150 miles of Toledo, OH, preferably schools located in the states of Ohio or Michigan.
Amount:
$1000
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
February 11th
Open to individuals of the Islamic faith who are pursuing a Juris Doctor (JD) degree at Case Western Reserve University, Michigan State University, The Ohio State University, University of Dayton, University of Michigan or The University of Toledo.