Lowell L. Bryan Scholarship
Submit your interest by: September 27, 2021
The Lowell L. Bryan Scholarship recognizes scholar-athletes who are strong leaders and performers in the classroom and impact players at the NCAA Division-I level on one of our 18 eligible teams.
Davidson awards two Bryan Scholarships, covering tuition and fees for four years, to one female and one male athlete in each incoming class.
Marshall Can nominate up to three students. If you are interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org or your counselor.
Students must submit their application by October 19, 2021 at 3 p.m. PT/6 p.m. ET
CRITERIA FOR APPLICATION
Students whose senior year of high school is the 2021-2022 academic year, graduating with the class of 2022.
Students who have at least a weighted “B” grade average (3.0 GPA) during grades 9, 10 and 11.
Students who participate or have particiated in grades 9, 10, or 11 in at least one of sports recognized by the International Olympic Committee in the Summer and Winter Olympic Games, the Paralympic Games or the National Federation of State High School Associations.
Students who have participated in volunteer service, community involvement or leadership within his/her school or community.
Students who are a resident of one of the 50 United States or the District of Columbia (D.C.).
Deadline: October 26,2021
This Scholarship is open to :All high school sophomores, juniors and seniors with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
During Pirates Pitch, your students can learn the basics of entrepreneurship and idea generation by pitching their own business idea.
1st Place Winner: $2,500 cash prize. Plus, a $10,000 scholarship to attend Seton Hall University ($2,500 annually).
2nd Place Winner: $1,000 cash prize. Plus, a $6,000 scholarship to attend Seton Hall University ($1,500 annually).
All other Finalists will receive a $4,000 scholarship to attend Seton Hall University ($1,000 annually).
How to Enter
Your students can submit an original business idea in 350 words or less, describing an innovative product or service that they would like to create. Or, your students can tell us about a business they’ve already launched! They just need to be sure to answer the following questions:
What problem does your product or service solve?
How do you propose making money?
Who are your customers and why will they buy your product or service?
Who is your competition and how are you going to be better than them?
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DEADLINE: October 31, 2021
The Coca-Cola Scholars Program scholarship is an achievement-based scholarship awarded to graduating high school seniors. Students are recognized for their capacity to lead and serve, as well as their commitment to making a significant impact on their schools and communities. With the 33rd class in 2021, the Foundation has provided over 6,450 Coca-Cola Scholars with more than $75 million in educational support. 150 Coca-Cola Scholars are selected each year to receive this $20,000 scholarship.
DEADLINE: November 14, 2021
Eligibility: Be currently enrolled in high school and graduating in the spring of 2022
Must have a minimum unweighted 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale or 7.5 on a 10.0 scale
Must enroll at an accredited higher education institution in 2022-2023
Be of Hispanic heritage (includes Spain, Brazil, Philippines)
If selected, attendance to virtual regional awards ceremony is mandatory
Be a U.S. permanent resident, U.S. citizen, or qualify under the DACA
November 15, 2021
The 2022 application is open.
Applicants will be judged on scholarship, leadership, and financial need.
Current high school seniors, or the equivalent, who are citizens of the United States are eligible to apply.
Applicants do not need to be related to a member of the Elks.
High school graduates are not eligible to apply.
Applicants must be citizens of the United States on the date their applications are submitted; permanent legal resident status does not qualify.
Any applicant may also contact our Grand Lodge Scholarship Office by email at Scholarship@elks.org or by telephone at 773-755-4732.
Submit your interest by Nov 12, 2021 to your Counselor
Milken Scholars receive financial assistance totaling up to $10,000 and a range of resources that include: An annual monetary recognition award of $2,000 for each of their four years of college
A $2,000 fund to assist them as they prepare to enter the workforce or pursue graduate school
Ongoing academic and career-related counseling
Assistance with career-related experiences through internships and shadowing opportunities
Milken Scholars must commit to maintaining a 3.0 grade point average throughout their undergraduate career and attend all annual program activities (expenses paid), including an annual Summit each summer. Scholars are also encouraged to participate in community service activities in their home and/or school community.
Students who will graduate from high school by June of 2022 are eligible for nomination to the Milken Scholars Program. They are identified by college advisors at their high schools and must demonstrate the following:
Minimum grade point average of 3.6 (un-weighted) or 90 in all academic high school subject areas
Active participation in community service activities
A record of leadership
Financial or other obstacles
United States Citizenship, Permanent Residency, or granted deferred action status under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program
Admission to a four-year college or university prior to final selection
Marshall Can nominate 15 students. If you are interested email your counselor or email@example.com
For more information regarding our program and its selection process, please visit our website at
www.milkenscholars.org. Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline November 18th
The Cooke College Scholarship Program is an undergraduate scholarship program available to high-achieving high school seniors with financial need who seek to attend and graduate from the nation's best four-year colleges and universities.
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Submit your interest by Novermber 30, 2021 to your Counselor
The John M. Belk Scholarship recognizes powerful students with demonstrated academic excellence, integrity, intellectual curiosity, willingness to take risks, and potential to be change agents in both their local and global communities.
Winners are awarded a four-year scholarship (covering tuition, fees, room and board), and two special study stipends ($3,000 each).
Marshall May nominate up to two students for the Belk Scholarship. Nominations. If you are interested email email@example.com or your counselor.
Deadline: December 1, 2021
The AAPT Board of Directors offers scholarships for future high school physics teachers. These scholarships, supported by an endowment funded by Barbara Lotze, are available only to U.S. citizens attending U.S. schools.
Undergraduate students enrolled, or planning to enroll, in physics teacher preparation curricula and high school seniors entering such programs are eligible. Successful applicants receive a stipend of up to $2,000 and a complimentary AAPT Student Membership for one year. The scholarship may be granted to an individual for each of four years.
Students who meet the following criteria are eligible to apply for the Barbara Lotze Scholarship for Future Teachers. Applicants must declare their intent to prepare for, and engage in, a career in physics teaching at the high school level and must, at the time the scholarship funds are received by the student, be: an undergraduate student enrolled in an accredited two-year college, four-year college or a university; or a high school senior accepted for such enrollment.
pursuing, or planning to pursue, a course of study leading toward a career in physics teaching in the high schools. Showing promise of success in their studies, and a citizen of the United States of America.
Deadline: December 6, 2021
Reaching college is one of the biggest dreams of Hispanic families and you are on your way to achieving it.
“Make the U” is an educational program from Colgate-Palmolive in partnership with the Hispanic Heritage Foundation that offers financial relief to Hispanic youth on their path to higher education.
If you have maintained academic excellence, have dedicated service to the community, and have demonstrated leadership, your effort could be rewarded by winning one of: 100 SCHOLARSHIPS WORTH $1,000 EACH* for a grand total of $100,000 in support of higher education for Hispanics.
Are Hispanic or Latino descent.
Are a Rising Senior (student graduating in the Spring of 2021).
Plan to enroll in college in the Fall of 2021.
Have a minimum 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale) or 7.5 (on a 10.0 scale).
Are U.S. citizen, legal permanent resident or DACA eligible.
Deadline: Monday, December 13th at 11:59PM CST
A full–tuition scholarship for a woman in science, technology, engineering, or math.
Funded by Cards Against Humanity. HOW TO APPLY
Film a three–minute educational video of yourself explaining a STEM topic you're passionate about. To apply, you must be a high school senior or an undergraduate college student. To view videos we've liked in the past, check out our previous winners. Your video should be:
A mini–lecture, not a personal statement. Pretend you're a lecturer speaking to a class. Teach us something.
Clear, creative, accurate, and a demonstration of your passion for the subject. We value novel, memorable approaches to topics. Your video doesn't need to be fancy or high–tech. Production value is not a factor.
Three minutes or less in length. Videos longer than this will not be considered. No exceptions!
About any STEM topic, not necessarily your field of study. Pick a topic that excites and fascinates you. We don't need to hear about the latest thing in science news (unless that's your jam).
Scientifically accurate. We encourage you to cite the sources used to research your topic. Ideally, this would be in a slide or frame at the end of your video. You can use any citation format you'd like.
Uploaded to YouTube and marked ‘public.’ No exceptions!
Please note: Part of being a science communicator is leading by example. If applicable, please film your video in a way that complies with your local safety regulations related to COVID-19.
An advisory board of women who hold higher degrees and work in a broad range of STEM fields will review applications and select finalists. Finalists will be notified in early 2022 and will move onto the next round to submit additional materials. A winner will be announced in April 2022.
APPLY YEAR ROUND
The Ann Peppers Scholars Program will provide students from the Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) with a comprehensive hands-on program. The goal of its enhanced financial, academic, mentoring, and career-related services is to increase the students’ retention, persistence, and degree/certificate completion at PCC. In addition, it will prepare students for a career after graduation from PCC and/or for a four-year college.
California-Hawaii Elks Vocational Grant Program
California-Hawaii Elks Scholarship Program for Students with Disabilities
Opens Nov 15, 2021
DEADLINE: MARCH 15
The California-Hawaii Elks Association (CHEA) is opening its Vocational Grant Program to California (and Hawaii) residents who are U.S. citizens planning to pursue an eligible vocational/technical certificate or two-year degree leading to employment opportunities. The program is open to graduating high school seniors (male and female), but is not limited to graduating students. All prospective students who require training or retraining to compete in the workplace are eligible. Eligible courses have included 6 month Police Academy, 13 month cosmetology, 3 month electrical lineman, 13 month veterinary technology, and 2 year fire science. Applications are available online at the CHEA website. Applications for Pasadena students must be filed with the Scholarship Chairman (me), Exalted Ruler (Rene Flores) or Secretary (Sonia Solis) of Pasadena Elks Lodge #672, 400 W. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena 91105-1865.
The California-Hawaii Elks Major Project, Inc. is offering to high school seniors who are U.S. citizens residing in California (or Hawaii) its Undergraduate Scholarship Program for Students with Disabilities. This is a needs-based scholarship. Applicants must have a physical impairment, neurological impairment, visual impairment, hearing impairment, and/or speech-language disorder. Scholarships may be used at an accredited community college, four-year college, or licensed vocational school. Scholarships are $1,000 per year and are eligible to be renewed for up to four years. Applications for this program will be available November 15 through March 15 on the CHEA website.
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