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#Scholarship for dependent children of active duty, reserve, National Guard or retired members of the United States military
Military Commander's Scholarship
Deadline: February 17, 2017
The New York Chapter of the American Logistics Association sponsors up to 15 $5,000 scholarships for dependent children of active duty, reserve, National Guard or retired members of the United States military who hold valid Exchange & Commissary shopping privileges at the time of application. Applicants must be high school seniors or graduates who plan to enroll for the first time in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited two-year or four-year college or university in the fall. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale, or the equivalent. Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of academic record, demonstrated leadership and participation in school and community activities, honors, work experience, statement of goals and aspirations, unusual personal or family circumstances, and an outside appraisal. Financial need will also be considered. More information is available at sms.scholarsapply.org/militarycommanders.
Book Industry Charitable Foundation (Binc) Scholarship ProgramDeadline: March 6, 2017
The Binc Scholarship Program is open to bookstore employees, bookstore owners, former Borders employees and dependents* of bookstore employees, owners and former Borders employees who plan to enroll in full or part-time undergraduate or graduate study at an accredited two or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school for at least half of the 2017-2018 academic year.
*Dependents include children under the age of 25, spouses and qualified same-sex partners.
Find out more and apply at https://www.scholarshipamerica.org/binc.
Wells Fargo Scholarship Program for People with DisabilitiesDeadline: January 17, 2017 or until 700 applications are submitted, whichever comes first
The Wells Fargo Scholarship Program for People with Disabilities is designed to help people with disabilities obtain the education or training necessary to succeed in the career path of their choice.
To apply, you must have an identified disability (defined as someone who has, or considers themselves to have, a long-term or recurring issue that impacts one or more major life activity). Applicants must be high school seniors or graduates who are planning to enroll (or who are already enrolled) in full- or half-time undergraduate study at an accredited two- or four-year college or university in the United States for the 2017-2018 academic year.
The program will award $2,500 renewable scholarships for full-time students and $1,250 renewable scholarships for half-time students. Visit https://scholarsapply.org/pwdscholarship for more information and to apply
Florida Engineering Foundation, Inc.
Funds $30,000 in Engineering Scholarships
for the 2016-2017 School Year!
The Florida Engineering Society scholarships are generously funded by the Florida Engineering Foundation, Inc. (FEF). Established in 1986, FEF is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit entity whose mission is to encourage and assist students in pursuing engineering careers and to educate the public about engineering. Furthermore, the Florida Engineering Foundation, Inc. promotes and enhances engineering education in Florida in order to position our state as a technological leader in the global economy.
Florida Engineering Society scholarships inspire and encourage the pursuit of an education focused on engineering. These scholarships are made possible by the generous tax deductible contributions of Florida Engineering Society members, private companies and the general public to the Florida Engineering Foundation, Inc.
Florida Engineering Foundation, Inc. contributions can be made online at https://www.fleng.org/donate.cfm or by sending your tax-deductible check made payable to the Florida Engineering Foundation, Inc. to the following address: Florida Engineering Foundation, Inc, P.O. Box 750, Tallahassee, FL 32302-0750. Click here to visit our web page to learn more about the efforts of the Florida Engineering Foundation, Inc.
High School Scholarships
Use this Excel file to apply for one of six high school scholarships. Applications are due by February 11, 2017 to your Chapter Representatives.
2017 High School Scholarship Application
Use this application to be automatically entered to win one of six University Scholarships, and consideration for each of the named scholarships. Applications are due by February 11, 2017 to your Chapter Representatives.
2017 University Scholarship Application
The Named Scholarships are awarded through the Florida Engineering Foundation, Inc. Please use the University Scholarships application for the named scholarships. If you have already submitted a University Scholarship application, we will also consider you for the named scholarships. Chapter Representatives.
If you are interested in starting a named scholarship, please contact Amanda Hudson either via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (850-224-7121).
American Association of Blacks in Energy Scholarship
2017 Scholarship Application Guidelines
(click for the application)
The American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) is a professional organization of African Americans in the energy industry. Through its Scholarship Program, AABE seeks to help increase the number of African Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans (underrepresented minorities) in energy related fields. By doing so, we help our nation address a critical need and a challenge to our future economic vitality in the world market.
Candidates for an AABE scholarship must meet the following six (6) eligibility criteria:
1. The student must have an unweighted academic average of “B” of better (minimum 3.0 on a 4.0 scale).
2. Be a graduating high school senior who has applied to one or more accredited colleges/universities. (For Florida Chapter scholarships only, preference will be given to students who plan to attend an accredited college or university in Florida.)
3. Plan to major in business, one of the physical sciences, technology, engineering or mathematics fields in preparation for a career in the energy sector.
Example majors include but are not limited to the following academic disciplines:
business - business administration, accounting, finance
physical sciences - physics, chemistry, biology (energy-related/non-medical fields only), astronomy
technology - computer science
engineering - mechanical, electrical, computer, chemical, nuclear, environmental, civil, agricultural/biological, industrial, materials science
mathematics - applied mathematics, all branches of mathematics
4. Be a member of one of a class or group of individuals who has been historically underrepresented in the sciences, technology, engineering and math related disciplines.
5. If applying for the Florida Chapter need-based scholarship, exhibits financial need and meets all other eligibility criteria. (Financial need is not a consideration for other Florida Chapter, regional, and national awards.)
6. If applying for any Florida Chapter scholarship, is a Florida resident or resides in an area where the Florida Chapter is the nearest AABE chapter.
Applications received from those who do not meet the eligibility criteria above will not be considered. Candidates may not apply for scholarships with more than one local chapter.
The Florida Chapter of AABE will award multiple scholarships to graduating high school seniors. Select local chapter applications are forwarded to compete for a Southeast Regional Award of $3,000. (The Southeast Region is one of six AABE Regions). Additionally, a Rufus D. Gladney Premier Award of $5,000 is given annually for a maximum of four years to the candidate who is judged to demonstrate the most outstanding achievement and promise. This is a national award. National and regional awards are distributed to the students upon presentation of proof of enrollment at an accredited college or university. Distribution of local chapter awards is done by the local chapter upon proof of enrollment at an accredited college or university.
Friends of 440 Scholarship Fund, a charitable organization comprised of people who work in the Florida workers’ compensation system. The deadline for applications is Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Students can go to our website to find out if they meet the criteria required in order to apply for the scholarship. If a student does meet the criteria, he or she can apply online at www.440scholarship.org, or they can print the application at the same online location, fill it out in paper form and mail it to us. Let me know if you or any of your students have any questions about the criteria and I will be happy to assist. ANY POTENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT WHO NEEDS HELP IN DOWNLOADING AND/OR COMPLETING THE APPLICATION CAN CALL ME ON MY CELL PHONE WHICH IS (904) 728-2582, AND I WILL ASSIST THEM IN MAKING A GOOD FAITH EFFORT TO COMPLETE THE APPLICATION AND GET IT SUBMITTED BY THE DEADLINE.
I'd now like to tell you a little bit about our organization. The Friends of 440 Scholarship Fund is a charitable organization that grants scholarship funds to deserving kids whose parents are involved in the workers’ compensation system as, for example, lawyers or legal assistants, insurance adjusters, medical personnel who treat workers’ compensation patients, and, of course, injured workers. Our scholarship is available to kids who have the talent, the financial need, and the necessary connection to the workers’ compensation system. High school seniors must have a 2.7 GPA to apply and scholarship recipients must maintain a cumulative 3.0 GPA and have at least 12 credit hours per semester, in order to remain eligible for funds.
AS PREVIOUSLY NOTED, APPLICATIONS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS MUST BE RECEIVED BY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2017. THE APPLICATION IS ON OUR WEBSITE AT: WWW.440SCHOLARSHIP.ORG.
Would you please let your fellow guidance counselors and students know that this scholarship is available. If you or the scholarship applicant have any questions whatsoever, please either call me on my cell at (904) 728-2582, or send me an email at email@example.com. You can also contact the executive secretary of our organization who is Lori Gerson. Ms. Gerson's phone number is (305) 423-8710 and her email is: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Many thanks for your help.
George D. Rotchford
440 Scholarship Chair Person
4940 Beach Boulevard
Jacksonville, Florida 32207
Saturday January 28th and Monday February 20th 10am-12pm
Samburu Boardroom (outside the front admission gates)
Free and open to the public
It takes lots of people with many different skills to run a zoo. Everyone knows that the Zoo has animal keepers and veterinarians but there are MANY MORE jobs that you probably didn’t think of. Are you good at math and want to be an accountant? We have those! Are you the creative type considering becoming a graphic designer? We have those too! This is a special opportunity for elementary, middle, and high school students to learn about career opportunities within a Zoo. Students will meet with a variety of Zoo professionals to learn about their careers and receive practical advice on how to prepare for the future. Zoo staff will recommend college programs, discuss how volunteering, interning, and related work experience can give you an edge over other students and explain what they do in their day-to-day job duties. The more you know about what positions exist, the easier it will be for you to plan your course of study and land that dream job!
To help us gauge attendance, please RSVP at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QN53Y5D
Questions? Please contact the Education Department at 904.757.4463 ext.122 or email@example.com
**This is NOT a job fair for those seeking employment. It is informational for students only.**
Education Engagement Supervisor
Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens
370 Zoo Parkway
Jacksonville, FL 32218
Phone: 904-757-4463 x202
Serena Ostrowsky, M.Ed.