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First 10 scholarships:

Amount:
$750
Awards:
4
Deadline:
January 23
Must be a high school senior enrolled as a full time student in an accredited valley high school. Applicant must have at least a B grade point average. Applicant must be actively involved in the Chinese community. Applicant must be an Arizona resident.
Amount:
Up to $5000
Awards:
9
Deadline:
January 24
university, and attained at least sophomore status by the fall of 2021, with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Eligible majors include biology, biochemistry, bioengineering, molecular biology, chemistry, engineering, biotechnology, bioenergy, biofuels, food science, crop science, environmental science, agricultural communications, agricultural business, agricultural education or any of the agricultural disciplines or related fields. Applicants must also demonstrate the desire to pursue a career related to the soybean industry and/or agriculture. Applicants must have proof of legal residency in the state of Ohio. Scholarship funds are to be used directly for tuition, fees, lab fees and books. Scholarship funds will be paid to the educational institution. Scholarship is not renewable, although recipients may reapply annually.
Contact:
Please contact Julia Brown, Communications & Project Coordinator, at jbrown@soyohio.org with any questions. https://app.mykaleidoscope.com/scholarship/ohsoybeanundergraduate
Amount:
$1000
Awards:
270
Deadline:
January 24
Open to graduating high school seniors who are planning to study at an accredited college, university or vocational school. Applicants must be high school students who are U.S. Citizens graduating from U.S. accredited schools. This may include state approved home school and state approved GED programs, cyber schools, and overseas U.S. approved schools.
Amount:
$5000 plus paid summer internship
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
January 25th
Be historically underserved students who self-identify as Black/African American; Hispanic or Latino; America Indian or Alaska Native; Asian; or Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander. High school seniors or graduates or current college undergraduates residing in one of the following states: CT, OH, WV, VA, MD, NC, SC, ID, WY, UT Plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school for the entire upcoming academic year. Have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or its equivalent).
Amount:
$2500
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
January 26
Graduating high school seniors from high schools in the United States intending to enroll full-time in an accredited 4-year college or university OR students who are currently enrolled full-time at an accredited 4-year college or university. Candidates must be from a family where a parent was diagnosed with ALS while the applicant was/is in high school or in college. Along with the VCCF scholarship application and required components, students must include documentation of parent diagnosis consisting of a signed and dated (within 6 months of the application deadline) letter on letterhead from an ALS Center or ALS Clinic. Prior recipients may re-apply for consideration in successive years. Applicants must have a minimum 2.75 GPA. A preference in the selection process will be given to applicants from Southern California and from the state of Iowa. A preference in the selection process will be given to applicants who demonstrate financial need.
Contact:
Ventura County Community Foundation 4001 Mission Oaks Blvd., Ste. A Camarillo, CA 93012 Phone: (805) 988-0196 Fax: (805) 484-2700 Email: vccf@vccf.org https://vccf.academicworks.com/opportunities/672
Amount:
$10,000
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
January 27
Point Foundation considers many factors when assessing scholarship applicants, including: A proven track record of leadership and community involvement, Strong academic achievement, Working for the betterment of the LGBTQ community, Financial need. Eligible applicants also: Must be enrolled or intending to enroll at an accredited college or university based in the United States, including Hawaii and Alaska, in the fall of 2020. Students enrolled or intending to enroll in a college or university in a United States territory are NOT eligible. Must be %u201Cout%u201D as a person who identifies as a member of the LGBTQ community. Must be enrolled full-time for the full academic year. Must be enrolled in a degree-granting undergraduate or graduate/ doctoral program. Post-doctoral research programs are not eligible. Students studying at community colleges, online programs, or trade schools, are NOT eligible. [But, if you are a community college student, check out our Community College Scholarship] Community college students must be transferring to a four-year college or university. Must be at least a senior in high school. If selected as a finalist, the finalist must be in North or Central America on April 23-25 and be available to fly to Los Angeles in order to remain eligible for the scholarship. All travel expenses will be covered by Point.
Contact:
LA Office: 323-933-1234 Phone: 866-33-POINT (866-337-6468) Fax: 866-39-POINT (866-397-6468) Website: www.pointfoundation.org Url: https://pointfoundation.org/point-apply/application-faqs/
Amount:
$2000 per year
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
January 27
With the help of college advisors at high schools in the Greater Los Angeles area and New York City, the Milken Scholars Program identifies outstanding students who will graduate by June of 2021. These students are nominated for the Program based on the following criteria: Minimum grade point average of 3.6 (unweighted) or 90% in all academic high school subject areas; Minimum composite SAT I Reasoning score of 1850 with results submitted for Critical Reading, Math, and Writing, or a minimum ACT score of 28 (This score may be a combination from multiple sittings); Active participation in community service activities; A record of leadership; Financial or Other Obstacles; Admission to a four-year college or university prior to final selection; and United States Citizenship or Permanent Residency. Students nominated by their college advisers to participate in the Program must complete a rigorous selection process that includes completion of a five-page application, as well as submission of letters of recommendation, high school transcripts and a financial aid profile. Finalists are then selected and invited to interview. Milken Scholars are eligible to receive a range of resources that includes: An annual monetary recognition award of $2,000 for each of their four years of college; Ongoing academic and career-related counseling; Assistance with career-related experiences through internships and shadowing opportunities; and A graduate fund, which assists students as they prepare for the world of work or graduate school. Milken Scholars must commit to attend all annual program activities (expenses paid), including a three-day Summit, and maintain a 3.0 grade point average throughout their undergraduate college careers. Scholars are also encouraged to participate in community service activities in their home and/or school community.
Contact:
Milken Scholars Program 1250 Fourth Street, 4th Floor Santa Monica, CA 90401 Phone: (800) 654-5675 Fax: (310) 570-4751 Questions? Please call 800-654-5675 or email: milkenscholars@milkeninstitute.org
Amount:
$4000
Awards:
2
Deadline:
January 27
To be eligible for the SNMMI-TS Entry Level (BA, MS) Degree Completion Scholarship, candidates must: Be currently enrolled in a Bachelor's level or Entry-level Master's program to advance his/her career in nuclear medicine. Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better on a 4.0 grading scale. Be an active member of the SNMMI-TS.
Contact:
Please address any questions to SNMMI Grants and Awards: grants&awards@snmmi.org or 703-652-6782.
Amount:
$100-$250
Awards:
10
Deadline:
January 27
The Laws of Life Essay Program is a character education essay writing contest that includes students reflecting, writing and discussing their laws of life (ethical values) that help people live productive and meaningful lives. Laws of Life values should lead to positive and life-affirming essays. The essays may describe the laws of life of individuals in history, literature or in their own life story. Please review the Laws of Life Program Handbook to be aware of essay writing guidelines for student essays. The contest is available to all Connecticut schools and students in grades 5-12. Those outside of Connecticut are invited to use any resource here to begin their own program.
Contact:
SEE ( The School for Ethical Education ) 326 West Main St. Suite 204, Milford, CT 06460 www.ethicsed.org
Amount:
$2,500 for Latinx artists and cultural workers. $5,000 for Latinx arts organizations
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
January 27th (Mid America), March 17th (Eastern U.S. and Puerto Rico), May 12 (Western U.S.)
NALAC will distribute $2,500 grants to Latinx artists and cultural workers and $5,000 grants to Latinx arts organizations facing critical financial emergencies due to the impact of COVID-19.
Contact:
National Association of Latino Arts and Culture 1208 Buena Vista San Antonio Texas United States 78207 Telephone: 210.432.3982 Fax: 210.432.3934 E-mail: info@nalac.org Website: www.nalac.org Url: https://www.nalac.org/actos-guidelines-2021/