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The foundation is offering $500 scholarships to help with application fees, books & tuition, or any other expenses. Download and fill out the application by the required deadline and mail to the Varee Slade Foundation.
SUBMIT COMPLETED APPLICATION TO:VAREE SLADE FOUNDATION
307 Evans Estates Drive
Cary, NC 27513
Download scholarship here: vareesladefoundation.org/apply/
Holt Brothers and Wake Tech Community College announce the Holt Brothers VMCCA Endowed Scholarship. Established in 2016, the Holt Brothers VMCCA Endowed Scholarship supports minority students who successfully complete their studies at the Vernon Malone College and Career Academy and wish to matriculate to Wake Tech to pursue additional studies. This scholarship is awarded with respect to both financial need and academic performance.
Award: $1,000 total, paid directly to Wake Tech CC at the beginning of the Summer or Fall semester.
For questions, please see Ms. Beaudry.
Please review all eligibility requirements attached!
The Hugh Morson Memorial Scholarship is providing scholarships for deserving students. A Grant Committee will consider the respective ability, educational goals, financial need and career ambitions of each applicant.
Value of the scholarship may vary from year to year depending on availability of funds.
Established in December of 2001, the North Carolina American Indian Fund is a collaborative effort of North Carolina American Indian tribes and organizations. It was established in response to an understanding that resources for meeting the human and economic needs are limited, including scholarship assistance, funding for community based health, human services, education programs, and tribal organization infrastructure. Recognizing that gaps in funding for education needs put Indian communities at risk in many areas, education was selected as the first priority to address these critical gaps. The North Carolina American Indian Fund Scholarship program will assist American Indian students in obtaining higher education by providing scholarships to students who demonstrate a commitment to the American Indian community, extracurricular and volunteer involvement, financial need, and academic success.
Apply Here: https://trianglecf.org/award/north-carolina-american-indian-fund-scholarship/
This scholarship, as a gift from Mr. Ward’s estate, is intended to honor his life and commitment to education and community service. Recipients must be permanent residents of Durham, Orange, Wake or Chatham County and plan to attend a 4-year public or private college or university in North Carolina; they are selected based on their financial need and commitment to community service.
Apply here: https://trianglecf.org/award/benjamin-f-ward-scholarship/
Students desiring to be considered for a Florence Kidder Memorial Scholarship must have the following material completed and postmarked or uploaded online by 11:59pm on deadline.
1. A completed application, answering all questions.
2. A separate listing of extracurricular activities, honors, community work and work experience.
3. A current photograph.
4. An unofficial transcript of grades, including first semester senior courses if possible and current GPA.
5. A letter of recommendation from one of the student’s teachers (scanned and in pdf format if done online).
6. Original essay of 500 to 700 words on this year’s topic (see attachments)
The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of merit of the individual essay (75%), scholarship and character (20%), and need (5%).
More information: www.ncdames.org/florence-kidder-memorial-scholarship
Submit application online, or if mailing: application with all supporting documents must be postmarked no later than deadline and mailed to 545 Hertford Street, Raleigh, NC 27609.
Please do not hesitate to contact me with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Most Valuable Student scholarship contest is open to any high school senior who is a US Citizen at the time of completing the application (legal residents are not eligible).
Applicants will be judged on scholarship, leadership, and financial need.
The 20 top finalists will participate in an all expenses paid Leadership Weekend in Chicago during which they’ll interview with the national judges. These 20 finalists will be vying for two first-place awards of $50,000; two second-place awards of $40,000; and two third-place awards of $30,000. The remaining 14 finalists will receive awards of $20,000. The 480 runners-up will receive fifth-place scholarships of $4,000.
For scholarship application and additional information, visit: http://www.elks.org/scholars/scholarships/mvs.cfm
The Odyssey Program, which is part of the Center for Access and Success, is a highly selective, merit-based program consisting of talented individuals who are academically strong, civically engaged, action-oriented leaders in their communities, who will benefit from an Elon education and demonstrate high financial need.
Are you the ideal student? If so, we invite you to apply to this program ready to make a difference, not only within the Elon community but in the broader community as a student and after you graduate. Students selected for the program are recipients of a number of prestigious, endowed scholarships.
Previous students in the Odyssey Program have included students who:
For more information: lwww.elon.edu/e/admissions/undergraduate/financial-aid/odyssey-program.html
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