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Scholarship Information Bulletin

October
24
, 2011

WAGNER

S TEST CODE: 446
-
277

This issue of the “Scholarship Bulletin” provides information on many important items

including

SAT/ACT test registration
deadlines and scholarship information. Please read the “Scholarship Information Bulletin” (SIB) and keep for future referenc
e.
Make note of deadlines and be sure to request transcripts at least two weeks before you need them.


SENIORS: TAKE YOUR COLLEGE ENTRANCE
EXAMS NOW!!!!!

Many scholarships require SAT or ACT scores. If you have not already taken one of these tests, you need
to sign up NOW for the December test dates.

SAT Deadline


Nov. 8; ACT Deadline


Nov. 4.
Rememb
er, if you qualify for the free or reduced lunch program, you can get a fee waiver for the SAT
and ACT so that you will not have to pay for the tests. Come to the Career Center to ask for them.


The Judson ISD College & Career Fair will be held
on

Tuesday, October 25,

from 6


7:30 at Judson
High School
.

Representatives from a variety of colleges will be on hand to answer your questions and give information
about their programs. Don’t miss this local event!


College Week Live will be hosting the “W
orld’s Largest College Fair”
on Nov. 2 & 3.

See the attachment for details.



Attached are some of the individual college scholarship opportunities for
seniors.
Be sure to c
heck
the
website
s

of the colleges you are interested in
for
applications and deta
ils. Some of the scholarship applications are part of the
ApplyTexas process. Be sure to complete all portions of the application to be
considered for these scholarships.


Don’t forget:
The scholarship deadline

for UT, Texas A&M, and the
University of H
ouston is Dec. 1. The deadline for Texas State is Dec. 15. Don’t
be caught in the last
-
minute crush. Complete your applications and request
your transcripts now!!








CURRENT
SCHOLARSHIP/CONTEST/WEBSITE LISTING

American Academy of
Neurology
-

Neuroscience Research
Prize

For high school students grades 9
-
12 who present a project or original
laboratory research in the field of
neuroscience.


Amount: $1,000

American Academy of Neurology

1080 Montreal Avenue

Saint Paul, MN 55116

Tel: (800) 879
-
1960 or (651) 695
-
2717

Email: memberservices@aan.com
www.aan.com/science/awards

11/01/2011

American Harlequin
Corporation Dance
Scholarship Program

For students who wish to pursue a
career in performing arts. This is a
random drawing, but to qu
alify you
must have the application
completed by a dance instructor.


Amount: 1,000
-

$5,000

American Harlequin Dance Scholarship Program

1531 Glen Avenue

Moorestown, NJ 08057

800
-
642
-
6440

dance@harlequinfloors.com

www.harlequinfloors.com

11/01/2011

Crisis Channel
Scholarship

Submit an original video that shows
how your family or community
prepares for an emergency.


Amount: $500

For more information, see websit
e at:
www.thecrisischannel.com/Crisis_Channel/Scholarship.ht
ml

11/01/2011

DUCK® BRAND DUCT
TAPE

Entrants must decorate and/or
accessorize a pumpkin (real or
artificial) using duct tape. Ages 14
or older.


Amount: $1,000

For more information, see website at:
www.duckbrand.com/Home/Promotions/stick
-
or
-
treat.aspx

11/01/2011

Jefferson Scholars
Foundation
-

University
of Virginia

For High School Seniors. Must
attend University of Virginia. Each
school may nominate two students
from the Senior class. Scholarship
is based on academic merit.


Amo
unt: $24,000
-

$49,000 per year

For more information, see your Counselor or go to website
at: www.jeffersonscholars.org

11/01/2011

TITLE

REQUIREMENTS

CONTACT INFO:

DUE

Horatio Alger

Senior with strong commitment to
pursue a bachelor’s degree

Critical f inancial need

Involvement in co
-
curricular and
community activities

Demonstrated integrity and
perseverance

Minimum GPA of 2.0

U.S. Citizen

http://www.giveusyourpoor.org/partners/horatio
-
alger
-
association.php

10/30/2011

American Legion
Oratorical Contest

The contest consists of two
speeches: a prepared oration

and
an assigned topic.

Contact your local American Legion Post or State
Headquarters at

PO Box 140527

Austin, TX 78714
-
0527


11/1/2011

Society for Science
& the Public

Students must submit an individual
research project and supporting
information.

Science Education Programs

1719 N. Street, NW

Washington, DC 20036

202
-
785
-
2255

www.societyforscience.org



11/2011

See website
for this years
date



Kairos Prize for
Spiritually Uplifting
Screenplay

Submit
screenplay that is
wholesome, uplifting and
inspirational and which results in a
greater increase in either man's
love or understanding of God. Must
be at least 18 yrs old. $50 fee
before 9/19, $80 thereafter.


Amount: $10,000
-

$25,000

Kairos Prize

4021 C
anario Street, Ste 338

Carlsbad, CA 92008

11/01/2011

Lights, Camera, Save!
Video Contest

Submit video which addresses the
topic of saving money. For students
ages 13
-
18. Check
website for
participating banks in your state.


Amount: $3,000
-

$500 Savings
Bond

For more information, see website at:
www.aba.com/ABAEF/LightsCameraSave.htm

11/01/2011

National Rifle
Association Youth
Wildlife Art Contest

For grades 1
-

12. Entries may
portray any North American game
bird or animal that may be legally
hunted or trapped.


Amount: $250
-

$1,000

NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest

11250 Waples Mill Road

Fairfax, VA 22030

artc
ontest@nrahq.org

(703) 267
-
1531

www.nrahq.org (click on "Youth Programs")

11/01/2011

National Suffolk Sheep
Foundation

High School Senior or current
college student. Must currently be a
regular member of or
part of a
family membership in the United
Suffolk Sheep Association.


Amount: $1,000

United Suffolk Sheep Association

P O Box 995

Ottumwa, IA 52501.

11/01/2011

Prudential Spirit of
Community Awards
-

National Association of
Secondary School
Principals

Award based on community and
volunteer activities. Grades 5
-

12.


Amount: State winners
-

$1,000,
National winners
-

$1,000 and an all
expense paid trip to Washington,
DC.

Contact your

school Principal or Guidance Counselor for
application or see webpage at: http://spirit.prudential.com

11/01/2011

TCU Texas Youth
Entrepreneur of the
Year Awards Program

The award is open to

any high
school student who has started and
managed a business. These
scholarships may be used to offset
tuition at any school of the student's
choice. If the student attends TCU,
the scholarships will double.


Amount: $1,000
-

$5,000

TCU Texas Youth Entr
epreneur of the Year Awards

Steve & Sarah Smith Entrepreneurs Hall

2805 West Lowden, Suite 309

Fort Worth, Texas 76109

Phone: 817
-
257
-
6544

txyouth@tcu.edu

www.neeley.tcu.edu/txyouth

11/01/2011

TEXAS PAINT HORSE
CLUB SCHOLARSHIP

For Children of Texas Paint Horse
Club Members.


Amount: Not listed

For more information, see website at;
www.texaspainthorseclub.com (click on "Forms
")

11/01/2011

Vacancy.com Blog
Scholarship

Anyone who has a blog or webpage
can enter. Use Vacancy.com to find
your ideal apartment in your ideal
city. Write a short essay explaining
why it is

so amazing.


Amount: $500

For more information, see website at:
www.vacancy.com/scholarship

11/01/2011



VFW Voice of
Democracy Contest

A national Audio essay contest
where participants record their
essays on an announced patriotic
theme. Open to all students grades
9
-

12.


Amount: Each state winner wins an
all expense trip to Washington, D.C.
where they will compete for a
$30,000 scholar
ship.

Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States

VFW Building

406 W. 34th St.

Kansas City, MO 64111

(816) 756
-
3390

info@vfw.org

www.vfw.org (click on "Community", then "Programs") or
contact your school or local VFW Chapter


11/01/2011

Your Point of View
Student Contest

Submit an essay that illustrates
changes that you believe your high
school needs. Must be between the
ages of 14
-

19.


Amount: $300
-

$1,000

For more information, see website at:
www.energizestudents.org/Speak
-
Your
-
Mind/Contest.aspx

11/01/2011

College Week Live
Scholarship

For high school students grades 9
-

12. To enter the contest: Register
for CollegeWeekLive and login/
attend CollegeWeekLive during a
live event during the Fall semester.


Amount: $10,000

Register online at: www.collegeweeklive.com/

11/03/2011

National Security
Language Initiative for
Youth (NSLI
-
Y)

Full, merit
-
based scholarships for
eligible high school students to
learn less commonly taught
languages in summer and
academic
-
year o
verseas immersion
programs.


Amount: Expenses associated with
program

For more information, see website at:
www.nsliforyouth.org/#data

11/03/2011

Engineering Education
Service Ce
nter (EESC)
Poster Contest

“Grand Challenges for Engineering”
is the theme for the Engineering
Education Service Center’s poster
contest. Must be 18 or older to
enter. If under 18, a parent or
guardian must submit your poster
on your behalf.


Amount: $50
-

$200

EESC

1004 5th Street

Springfield, OR 97477

Tel: (541)988
-
1005

www.engineeringedu.com/postercontest.html

11/04/2011

Foundation for
Individual Rights in
Education (FIRE)
Freedom in Academia
Essay Contest

Watch two short videos about real
students who were censored and
punished for speech that is
protected by the U.S. Constitution.
In 700
-
1200 words, discuss the
videos you have seen and explain
how these universities betray
ed the
purpose of a university and violated
the constitutional guarantees of free
expression.


Amount: $1,000
-

$5,000

FIRE Headquarters:

Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, Inc.

601 Walnut Street, Suite 510

Philadelphia, PA 19106

215
-
717
-
FIRE

(3473)

fire@thefire.org

www.thefire.org

11/05/2011

Sphinx Competition for
String Players

The competition is open to all Junior
High, High School and College age
Black and
Latino string players
residing in the U.S. All semi
-
finalists
receive full scholarship to summer
education program.


Amount: $2,000
-

$10,000

Screening Committee

Sphinx Competition

400 Renaissance Center, Suite 2550

Detroit MI 48243

313
-
877
-
9100

info@sphin
xmusic.org

www.sphinxmusic.org (click on "Programs")

11/09/2011



Oklahoma City National
Memorial and Museum
Student Essay Contest

For grades 5
-

12. An
swer essay
questions on website which provoke
ideas about citizenship and
responsibility to do what is right to
make the world a better place.


Amount: $50
-

$100

Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum

323 N. Harvey

Oklahoma City 73101

405.235.3313

888.
542.HOPE

lp@oklahomacitynationalmemorial.org

www.oklahomacitynationalmemorial.org (click on
"Education")

11/11/2011

First Freedom Student
Competition

The First Freedom Student

Competition is a national essay
contest, offering 9th
-

12th grade
students nationwide an opportunity
to compete for awards, as they
examine religious freedom, its
history, current importance and
relevance in their lives. Online
registration deadline is N
ovember
14th.


Amount: $2,500

First Freedom Center

1321 E. Main Street

Richmond, VA 23219
-
3629

Phone: (804) 643
-
1786

competition@firstfreedom.org

www.firstfreedom.org (click on "Education Programs")

11/14/2011

Women in Aviation,
International
Scholarships

Must be member of Women in
Aviation, International. Various
scholarships listed on webpage
-

some are available to high school
students.


Amount: Varies with schola
rship

Women in Aviation, International

Morningstar Airport

3647 State Route 503 South

West Alexandria, OH 45381
-
9354

Phone 937
-
839
-
4647

www.wai.org

11/14/2011

AllMediaNY.com
Scholarship
Competition

High School Senior in the U.S. Two
-
round essay contest.


Amount: $100
-

$1,000


For more information, see website at:
http://allmediany.com/competitions.php

11/15/2011

National Cosmetology
Association
-

Sally
Beauty Scholarship

High school graduates under the
age of 26, NCA members or
children/grandchildren of current
NCA members interested

in the field
of cosmetology.


Amount: $1,000

PBA|NCA
-

Sally Scholarship

15825 N. 71st Street, Suite 100

Scottsdale, AZ 85254
-
1521
www.probeauty.org/competitions/#scholarship

11/15/2011

National Rifle
Association
-

Jeanne E.
Bray Memorial
Scholarship

For dependent children of any
public law enforcement officer killed
in the line of duty who was a
member of NRA at time of death
and dependent children of any
current or retired law enforceme
nt
officers who are living and have
current NRA membership.


Amount: Up to $2,000 per year

National Rifle Association

Jeanne E. Bray Memorial Scholarship

11250 Waples Mill Rd.

Fairfax, VA 22030

703
-
267
-
1131

selkin@nrahq.org

www.nrahq.org/law/lebenefits.as
p

11/15/2011

National Security
Agency
-

Stokes
Educational
Scholarship Program

SAT
-
1600, ACT
-
25, High school
GPA 3.0 or higher, demonstrate
leadership abilities,

U.S. citizen,
must work for National Security
Agency after graduation. Must
major in computer or electrical
engineering, computer science,
mathematics or intelligence
analysis.


Amount: Tuition, books, fees

Stokes Scholarship Application

National Security

Agency

9800 Savage Rd. Suite 6779

Ft. George G. Meade, MD 20755
-
6779

(410) 854
-
4725

www.nsa.gov (click on "Careers")

11/15/2011



Renaissance Training
Institute
-

Youth Civil
Rights
Leadership
Essay Contest (

High school students grades
-

9
-
12
-

in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex
will have the opportunity to compete
for an all
-
expense paid trip to the
RTIEL Youth Civil Rights
Leadership Tour, which will consist
of visits to historic
sites in the cities
of Montgomery and Selma,
Alabama and various youth summit
activities hosted by the National
Voting Rights Museum and Institute.
In addition, the first and second
place winners will be awarded
scholarships.


Amount: $500
-

$1,000

RTIEL,
INC.

P.O. Box 174831

Arlington, Texas 76003

Phone: 888.881.2657

Email: info@rtiel.org

www.rtiel.org/Youth
-
Essay
-
Contest.html

11/15/2011

Susan G. Komen
Scholarship

Seniors who plan to attend a state
university

who face significant financial
burdens due to
the loss of a parent
or guardian to breast cancer or their
own breast cancer diagnosis at age
25 or younger

For information and to apply go to
www.komen.org/scholarship


11/15/2011

Texas Music Educators
Association

For students who are interested in
becoming a teacher with a
commitment to music education.


Amount: $2,500

Texas Music Educators Association

P.O. Box 14
0465

Austin, Texas 78714
-
0465

(888) 318
-
8632

www.tmea.org/programs/scholarships



11/15/2011

Writer's Digest Short
Short Story Competition

Submit a fiction short story
manus
cript of 1,500 words or fewer.
Other contests available on website.


Amount: $100
-

$3,000

For more information, see website at:
www.writersdigest.com/competitions/short
-
story

11/15/2011

Society for Science &
the Public
-

Intel
Science Talent Search

For High School Seniors who have
completed independent science
research projects and wish to
pursue careers in science, math,
engineering or medicine.


Amount: $1,000
-

$100,000

Intel Science
Talent Search

Society for Science & the Public

1719 N. Street, NW

Washington, D.C. 20036

202
-
785
-
2255

sts@societyforscience.org

www.societyforscience.org/sts

11/16/2011

Lucerne
-

The Art of
Dairy Art Contest

Entrants will be required to neatly
design, decorate and color the cow
pictured on the Entry Form uniquely
blending some aspect of music with
at least one dairy product, where
dairy product plays a central role in
th
e design. For students grades 9
-

12 in selected states in the U.S.
Check website to see if your state
participates.


Amount: $5,000 for student, $5,000
for teacher and up to $20,000 for
school

For more information, see website at: www.artofdairy
-
artcontes
t.com

11/18/2011



Texas Scholar Award


Senior with minimum GPA of 3.5
or better

♦Cannot be a family member of a
State Farm employee


Participates in at least one of the
following UIL activities:



Academics:


*
Business


accounting, computer
science,
computer applications

*
Journalism


editorial writing,
feature writing, headline writing,
news writing

*
Language Arts


literary criticism,
ready writing, spelling & vocabulary

*M
ath & Science


Calculator
applications, mathematics, number
sense, science

*
Speech


cross examination
debate, informative & persuasive
speaking,
*
Lincoln Douglas debate,
poetry & prose interpretation


A
thletics

cross country, football, team tennis
,

baseball, basketball, golf, soccer,
softball, swimming & diving, tennis,
track &
field, wrestling


Music

band, choir, orchestra
, m
ariachi


O
ther UIL Competition

Current Issues & Events

One
-
Act Play

Social Studies


See Mrs. Carlton in T129 or email her at
scarlton@judsonisd.org

to be nominated

Nomination
forms due to
Mrs. Carlton
by the
following
dates to be
considered
for each
opportunity:


Nov. 18,
2011

Dec. 9, 2011

Jan. 20,
2012

Feb. 17,
2012

Center for Alcohol
Policy Essay Contest

Must be 18 yrs of age or older.
Essay: “The Importance of
Toward
Liquor Control

to Modern Alcohol
Policy.”


Amount: $1,000
-

$5,000

Center for Alcohol Policy

1101 King Street Ste 600
-
A

Alexandria, VA 22314

Phone: (
703) 519
-
3090 inf o@centerforalcoholpolicy.org

www.centerforalcoholpolicy.org/essay
-
contest

11/19/2011

Do Something
-

Make
Art, Save Art Contest

Submit visual artwork and a short
ess
ay showcasing the importance
of art education.


Amount: $1,000

For more inf ormation, see website at:
www.dosomething.org/make
-
art
-
save
-
art

11/28/2011

A. Poulin,
Jr. Poetry
Prize

US citizen 18 & older who have not
published a book of poetry.


Amount: $1,500

BOA Editions, Ltd.

PO Box 30971

Rochester, NY 14604

11/30/2011

Fraser Institute Video
Contest

Submit video addressing the topic:
"Natural Disasters: The Economics
of Aid and Recovery"


Amount: $750
-

$2,000

For more inf ormation, see website at:
www.fraserinstitute.org (click on "Education Programs"

11/30/2011

Helicopter Foundation
International

Must have interest studying to be a
commercial helicopter pilot or
helicopter maintenance technician.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

Send apps to: schol
arships@rotor.com or

1635 Prince Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314.

11/30/2011



National Catholic
Society of Foresters
Scholarship

Must be a member of the National
Catholic Society of
Foresters and
has held an insurance policy for at
least 2 years.


Amount: $4,000

National Catholic Society of Foresters

320 S. School St.

Mt. Prospect, Illinois 60056

1
-
800
-
344
-
6273

www.ncsf.com/scholarships.html

11/30/2011

P.E.O. (Philanthropic
Educational
Organization)
International
-

STAR
Scholarship

For High School Senior Women.
Exhibits excellence in leadership,
extracurricular activities, community
service, academi
cs and potential for
future success. 20 years of age or
under. 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Citizen or
legal permanent resident of the
United States or Canada.
Recommended by a P.E.O. chapter.


Amount: $2,500

P.E.O. International Headquarters

3700 Grand Avenue

De
s Moines, Iowa 50312

Phone: 515
-
255
-
3153

www.peointernational.org/peo
-
projectsphilanthropies

11/30/2011

Air Force ROTC
Scholarships

Scholarships will be awarded based
on a combination of SAT and/or
ACT scores (no mixing allowed),
class rank, GPA, and the number of
advanced placement or honors
courses completed through grade
11. Must be enrolled in an AFROTC
program in college.


Amount
: Varies

AFROTC Admissions

College Scholarship Section

551 East Maxwell Blvd.

Maxwell AFB, AL 36112
-
5917

1
-
866
-
423
-
7682

www.afrotc.com/scholarships

12/01/2011

Alzheimer’s
Foundation
of America
-

Teens
Video Competition

For students between the ages of
13 and 19. Submit an
autobiography and create an artistic
or documentary (non
-

fiction) video
of two minutes or less that conveys
a moment in relation to Alzheimer s
disease
when you learned
something about your
understanding of the disease,
learned something about
caregiving, or decided to become a
community volunteer or activist.


Amount: 250
-

$500

Alzheimer's Foundation of America

322 Eighth Ave., 7th Fl.

New York, NY 100
01

info@afateens.org

866.AFA.8484

www.afateens.org/competition_video.html

12/01/2011

American Association
of High School Physics
Teachers
-

Barbara
Lotze Scholarship for
Future Teachers

For
students who plan to pursue a
career in physics teaching at the
high school level. Must be U.S.
citizen.


Amount: $2,000

Barbara Lotze Scholarship Committee

American Association of Physics Teachers

One Physics Elipse

College Park, MD 20740

301
-
209
-
3340

pro
grams@aapt.org

www.aapt.org (click on "Programs")

12/01/2011

American Quarter Horse
Association
Scholarships

All scholarships offered by the
American Quarter Horse
Association. Must be member

of the
association.


Amount: $500
-

$8,000

American Quarter Horse Foundation

Scholarship Program

2601 East Interstate 40

Amarillo, TX 79104

(806) 378
-
5029

foundation@aqha.org

www.aqha.com/Foundation.aspx

12/01/2011

Stokes Educational
Scholarship Program

Recruits individuals, particularly
minority students, who have
demonstrated skills critical to the
National Security Agency (NSA). As
an NSA employee, you will attend
college full time, then work during
the summer at NSA. Visit the
website for program ben
efits and
qualifications.

www.nsa.gov

National Security Agency

9800 Savage Rd, Suite 6779

Fort George G. Meade, MD 20755
-
6779

Attn: Stokes Program


866
-
NSA
-
HIRE or 410
-
854
-
4725


11/30/2011



AXA
-
Achievement
Scholarship Program

Scholarship based on academic
achievement, extracurricular
activities and community service.
One scholarship per stat
e and one
National winner.


Amount: $10,000
-

$25,000

AXA Achievement Scholarship Program

Scholarship Management Services, CSFA

One Scholarship Way P.O. Box 297

Saint Peter, MN 56082

1
-
800
-
537
-
4180

axaachievement@scholarshipamerica.org

www.axa
-
equitable.co
m/axa
-
foundation/AXA
-
achievement
-
scholarship.html

12/01/2011

Fleet Reserve
Association
-

Americanism Essay
Contest

Contest is open to students in
grades 7
-
12. You must write an
essay of no more than 350 words
on the following topic: “What
Freedom of Speech Means to Me”.
You must be sponsored by a branch
of the Fleet Reserve Association, a
unit of the Ladies Auxiliary o
r a
Member
-
at
-
Large to enter.


Amount: $2,000
-

$10,000 Savings
Bond

Fleet Reserve Association National Headquarters

125 N. West Street

Alexandria, VA 22314
-
2754

(703) 683
-
1400

www.fra.org/essay

12/01/2011

Ford/AAA Student Auto
Skills Contest

For 11th and 12th grade Automotive
Technology students. Teams
compete in a nationwide contest for
scholarships and prizes.


Amount: Varies

Register online at: http://autoskills.aaa.com

12/01/2011

Foreclosure.com
Scholarship Program

Essay: "You've acquired $150,000
in cash to be used specifically for a
distressed real estate purchase.
Outline a detailed strategy th
at
ensures the maximum return on
investment, whether it's in terms of
financial profit or personal
satisfaction ... or both". For
incoming Freshmen, undergraduate
and graduate students.


Amount: $1,000
-

$5,000

For more information, see website at:
www.for
eclosure.com. Questions or comments regarding
the essay or the Foreclosure.com Scholarship Program
can be sent to scholarship@foreclosure.com or call at
561.988.9669 ext. 7387.

12/01/2011

Haraldson Foundation
Scholarship
-

University
of Texas

For high school Seniors who plan to
attend the University of Texas at
Austin or currently enrolled
students. Must demonstrate
academic excellence (High SAT or
ACT scores, Top 10% of graduation
class).


Amount: $33,600

Haraldson Foundation

25025 I
-
45 North, Suite 410

The Woodlands, Texas 77380

(281) 362
-
9909

ndossey@haraldsonfoundation.org

www.haraldsonfoundation.org

12/01/2011

Independent Pool & Spa
Service Association
Scholarship Fund

Must be self
-
employed swimming
pool/spa service technicians or
immediate family in California,

Arizona, Texas, Florida and
Nevada.


Amount: Not listed

Independent Pool and Spa Service Association, Inc.

10842 Noel Street #107

Los Alamitos CA 90720

888
-
360
-
9505

info@ipssa.com

www.ipssa.com (click on "Resources")

12/01/2011

Longhorn Opportunity
Scholarship

For students in selected high
schools in Texas who wish to enroll
in the University of Texas. Check
the website to see if your school is
partici
pating in this program.


Amount: $5,000 per year

For more information, see website at:
www.texasscholarships.org/types/osfs/los.html

12/01/2011



Maryknoll

Student
Essay Contest

For students grades 6
-

12. Theme
for essay: "Bullying is a serious
problem among young people
today. Tell a story of how you or
someone you know experienced
bullying. Then explain how you think
Jesus would tell all those involved
to

handle the situation."


Amount: $150
-

$1,000

Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers

PO Box 304

Maryknoll, NY 10545
-
0304

Phone: 914
-
941
-
7590

Toll Free: 888
-
627
-
9566

E
-
Mail: essaycontest@maryknoll.org

www.maryknollsociety.org

12/01/2011

National Rifle
Association Civil Rights
Defense Fund Youth
Essay Contest

Grades K
-
12. 1000 word essay on
topic: "The Second Amendment to
the Constitution: Why it is important
to our nation.
"


Amount: $100
-

$1,000 Savings
Bonds

NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund,

Office of General Counsel,

11250 Waples Mill Road

Fairfax, VA 22030

Phone: (703) 267
-
1250

www.nradefensefund.org

12/01/2011

Texas Chapter of The
Wildlife Society

For college students pursuing
degrees in programs that will
prepare them for careers in natural
resource conservation.


Amount: Varies

For more information, see website at: www.tctws.org

12/01/2011

Elks National
Foundation
Scholarships

Any high school senior who is a
U.S. citizen. Applications will be
judged on
scholarship, leadership
and financial need. Other
scholarships are available on
website.


Amount: $1,000
-

$15,000

Elks National Foundation

2750 N. Lakeview Ave.

Chicago, Illinois 60614
-
1889

773
-
755
-
4728

enf@elks.org

www.elks.org/enf/scholars/mvs.cfm

12/02
/2011

National Cattlemen's
Foundation Beef
Industry Scholarship

Graduating high school Seniors or
full time undergraduate students
who are pursuing careers in the
beef
industry. Essay required.


Amount: $1,500

National Cattlemen's Foundation

9110 East Nichols Ave. Suite 300

Centennial, CO 80112

ncf@beef.org

303
-
694
-
0305

www.nationalcattlemensfoundation.org

12/02/2011

National Organization
for Women
-

Love Your
Body Poster Contest

Winning posters will be chosen
based on how well they counteract
the media's use of narrow,
unrealistic, ne
gative images of
women and/or challenge advertisers
that profit from women's
dissatisfaction with their bodies.


Amount: $100
-

$250

National Organization for Women Foundation

1100 H Street, NW, Third Floor

Washington, D.C. 20005

(202) 628
-
8669 (628
-
8NOW)

http://loveyourbody.nowfoundation.org

12/03/2011

Get Green Video
Contest

Open to U.S. high school students
between the ages of 14 and 19.
Submit a 30
-

120 second video that
shows

how one or more of the
elements of science, technology,
engineering or math can help green
your city or town.


Amount: $250
-

$500 plus Samsung
products

For more information, see website at: http://planet
-
connect.org/getgreenvideocontest

12/08/2011

Annie's Sustainable
Agriculture Scholarship

Students must be studying
sustainable/organic agriculture.


Amount: Varies

Annie’s Scholarship Committee

1610 5th

Street

Berkeley, CA 94710

800.288.1089

www.annies.com/doing
-
good#Sustainable
-
Agriculture
-
Scholarships

12/15/2011



Being an American
Essay Contest

For grades nine through
twelve.
Essay topic: “How does the
Constitution establish and maintain
a culture of liberty?”. Check website
to see if your state participates in
this program.


Amount: $250
-

$1,000

The Bill of Rights Institute

200 North Glebe Road, Suite 200

Arlington,
VA 22203

703
-
894
-
1776

info@BillofRightsInstitute.org

www.beinganamerican.org

12/15/2011

Fireside Catholic
Publishing Scholarship

For any student enrolled in a
Catholic high school who

is a senior
during the current school year.
Essay required.


Amount: $1,000

Fireside Essay Scholarship

P.O. Box 780189

Wichita, KS 67278
-
0189

800
-
676
-
3264

scholarshipinfo@firesidecatholic.com

www.firesidecatholic.com/essay.htm

12/19/2011

MONEY MISSION
FINANCIAL LITERACY
SCHOLARSHIP
PROGRAM

Must register to play a financial
literacy game via a link placed on
the website of a participating credit
union. Submit a 400
-

800
-

word
essay on the followi
ng topic: "What I
Learned From the Money Mission
Financial Literacy Scholarship
Program Simulation and How Those
Lessons Will Help Me in Real Life."


Amount: $1,000

For more information, see website at:
www.moneymission.com

12/19/2011

Anne Ford and Allegra
Ford Scholarship
-

National Center for
Learning Disabilities

For a high school senior with an
identified learning disability (ld). 3.0
GPA. U.S. citizen


Amount: $10,000

Anne Ford Scholarship

National Center for Learning Disabilities, Inc.

381 Park Ave. South, Suite 1401

New York, NY 10016
-
8806

212
-
545
-
7510

Toll
-
free: 888.575.7373

ncid@ncld.org

www.ncld.org

12/31/2011

Blogging Scholarship
-

YourLocalSecurity.com

Post blog answering the question:
"As the nation approaches its 57th
Presidential Election, we're asking
the future leaders of this country,
stu
dents, to define the single most
important political issue in this
election. Tell us not only what that
issue is, but also tell us why and
how you propose we come to a
solution that benefits the majority?


Amount: $1,000


For more information, see website
at:
http://yourlocalsecurity.com/scholarship

12/31/2011

Dr Pepper Million Dollar
Tuition Giveaway Game

Ages 18
-

24. Submit one minute
video explaining why you deserve
tuition. Deadlines vary

for different
contests.


Amount: $2,500
-

$100,000

For more information, see website at:
www.drpepper.com/promotions

12/31/2011

Dr. Juan Andrade
Scholarship for Young
Hispanic
Leaders

At least one parent must be of
Hispanic ancestry. Demonstrate a
verifiable need for financial support.


Amount: $1,000

United States Hispanic Leadership Institute

431 South. Dearborn Street

Suite 1203

Chicago, IL 60605

Telephone: (312) 427
-
8683

Tol
l
-
Free (800) 959
-
5151
www.ushli.org/student/scholarship.php

12/31/2011



Gen and Kelly Tanabe
Scholarship

Open to 9th
-
12th grade high school
students, college students or
graduate school
students who are
legal U.S. residents. Essay
required.


Amount: $1,000

Gen and Kelly Tanabe Student Scholarship

3286 Oak Court

Belmont, CA 94002

650
-
618
-
2221

www.genkellyscholarship.com

12/31/2011

HAZ LA U (MAKE THE
U) Educational Grant

Must be of Hispanic heritage. Must
answer three questions concerning
your Hispanic heritage and your
service to the

community. High
school Senior.


Amount: $2,500
-

$15,000

For more information, see website at:
http://www.colgate.com/app/Colgate/US/Corp/CommunityP
rograms/HomePage.cvsp

12/31/2011

Lidtk
e Scholarship
Essay Competition

Write essay on one of the three
following subjects: a."Why would
you like to find a cure for diabetes?"
b."Why would you like to find a cure
for arthritis?" c."Why would you like
to find a cure for insomnia?"


Amount:
$1,000

Lidtke Technologies

9831 South 51st Street, Suite E
-
128

Phoenix, AZ 85044

Telephone: 1
-
800
-
404
-
8185 or 480
-
858
-
0502

customersupport@lidtke.com

www.lidtke.com/essay
-
competition

12/31/2011

ScholarshipExperts.co
m Top Ten Scholarship
List

Must be a U.S. student (13 or older)
to apply, and must submit an online
short written response (250 words
or less) for the question: “Cre
ate a
list of your 10 favorite books and
what they have taught you.”


Amount: $1,000

Register online at: www.scholarshipexperts.com

12/31/2011

School Band and
Orchestra Magazine
Essay Contest

Grades

4
-

12. In 250 words (or
less), finish this essay: “Dear
School Board Member


why we
need music education in our
schools…”


Amount: $1,000

SCHOOL BAND AND ORCHESTRA

21 Highland Circle

Needham, MA 02494

800.964.5150

www.sbomagazine.com

12/31/2011

National Garden Clubs

Essay: “Ways We Can Protect
Aquatic Ecosystems”. Grades 9
-

12. Contest must be sponsored by:
single garden club, group of
member clubs, councils or
districts
or a State Garden Club. State
deadlines must be observed
-

usually in Fall of year.


Amount: $100
-

$100


National Garden Clubs, Inc.

4401 Magnolia Avenue

St. Louis, MO 63110

Telephone: 1
-
314
-
776
-
7574

E
-
mail: headquarters@gardenclub.org

www.g
ardenclub.org/Youth/Contests/EssayContest.aspx


01/01/2012

American College
Foundation
-

Visionary
Scholarship

Applicant must be currently enrolled
as a High
School Freshman,
Sophomore, Junior or Senior and
must be a United States citizen or
eligible non
-
citizen. Essay required.


Amount: $5,000

For more information, see website at:
www.americancollegefoundation.org/college_planning/hom
e.aspx

01/05/2012

Letters About Literature
Writing Contest

To enter, select a fiction or
nonfiction book, a short story,
poem, essay or speech (sorry, no
song lyrics) you have read and
about which you have str
ong
feelings. Explore those feelings and
why you reacted the way you did
during or after reading the author’s
work. Grades 4
-

12.


Amount: $500 gift card from Target.

Letters About Literature

Post Office Box 5308

Woodbridge, VA 22194

programdirector@lette
rsaboutliterature.org

www.lettersaboutliterature.org

01/06/2012



Ron Brown Scholarship

For African American H.S. seniors.
Applicants must excel academically,
exhibit exceptional leadership
potential,
participate in community
service activities and demonstrate
financial need.


Amount: $10,000 for four years

Ron Brown Scholar Program

1160 Pepsi Place, Suite 206

Charlottesville VA 22901

(804) 964
-
1588

info@ronbrown.org

www.ronbrown.org

01/09/2012

Panhandle Telephone
Cooperative

Graduating senior who resides with
and is the child, adopted child, step
-
child, or full dependent ward of a
parent or parents in the certified
service area

of Panhandle
Telephone Cooperative, Inc.


Amount: $1,000

For more information:

Leslie Kraich

800
-
562
-
2556 or 338
-
2556

Leslie.Kraich@ptci.net


http://www.ptci.net/scholarship
-
applications/

01/13/2012

Create
-
A
-
Greeting
-
Card
Scholarship Contest

Create a holiday card, birthday card
or all
-
occasion greeting card using
photos, artwork or computer
graphics. Contest is open to legal
residents of the United States and
the Distri
ct of Columbia, 14 years of
age or older.


Amount: $10,000

Scholarship Administrator

The Gallery Collection

65 Challenger Road

PO Box 150

Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660

scholarshipadmin@gallerycollection.com

1
-

800
-

950
-

7064

1
-

201
-

641
-

0070

www.galle
rycollection.com/scholarship.htm

01/14/2012

All
-
in
-
One Applications
Scholarship

For high school Seniors.
Demonstrate well
-
rounded interests
and academic achievement. Submit
a maximum 500
-

word essay
describing your most meaningful
memory and your greatest goal for
the future.


Amount: $1,000

For more information, see website at:
htt
p://allin1applications.com/scholarship

01/15/2012

San Antonio A&M Club
Foundation

Incoming freshman graduating from
a Bexar County high school or
residing in Bexar County who plan
to attend Texas A&M at College
Station.

Blank applications may be obtained and printed off at
www.aggiepark.com
.


4/10/2012

100 Free
College Rides
You Don’t Need Daddy
to Pay For

"100 Free College Rides You Don’t
Need Daddy to Pay For" This article
was posted on a blog in January
2008. It may be outdated, but still
worth a look.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more information, see

website at:
www.advantageedu.com/blog/2008/100
-
free
-
college
-
rides
-
you
-
dont
-
need
-
daddy
-
to
-
pay
-
for

Not Listed

America's Homecoming
Queen Contest

To qualify, applicant must be a high
school

homecoming queen, football
or basketball and have never
participated in America’s
Homecoming Queen Selection
before.


Amount: Not listed

America's Homecoming Queen Contest

NATIONAL OFFICE

6744 KIRBY TRACE COVE

MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE 38119

Email: AHQ1181@AOL.C
OM

901
-
755
-
9144

www.americashomecomingqueen.com

Not Listed



American Legion
Samsung Boys and
Girls State Scholarship

High school juniors who participate
in and complete either an American
Legion Boys State or American
Legion Auxiliary Girls State
Program and be a direct
descendant or a legally adopted
child of a U.S. wartime veteran who
served on active duty during one o
r
more of the periods of war.


Amount: $1,000
-

$20,000

For more inf ormation, see website at: www.legion.org


Deadline: Normally the application is submitted to program
staf f upon arrival at your respective Boys/Girls State
program.

Not Listed

AmeriCorps Program

If you successfully completed a
term of service with
AmeriCorps*VISTA in an approved
national service position, you are
eligible to receive an
AmeriCorps
Education Award to help pay f or
college expenses. Must be at least
17 yrs. old and a citizen or
permanent resident.


Amount: Up to $4,725 per year.

AmeriCorps

1201 New York Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20525

(202) 606
-
5000

questions@americorps.gov

www.americorps.gov

Not Listed

Area Go Texan
Scholarships

Multiple scholarships available.
Must apply online.

For more information, see website at:
www.rodeohouston.com/about/scholarship/scholarships.as
px

Not Listed

Athletic Aid.com

A website for sports scholarship
information, recruiting, eligibility and
more.


Amount: Varies

For more
information, see website at: www.athleticaid.com

Not Listed

Automotive Women's
Alliance Scholarship

Available to women who are
pursuing education in business,
design, engineering or related fields
with a focus on the automotive
industry.


Amount: Not listed

Automotive Women's Alliance Foundation

P.O. Box 4305

Troy, MI 48099

(877) 393
-
AWAF (2923)

www.awa
foundation.org


Not Listed

Barbizon Scholarship

Barbizon Modeling Schools are
giving an opportunity to win a free
4
-
year College Scholarship to the
school of the applicant's choice. Fill
out
entry form for chance to win.

One winner is randomly chosen
every 12 months.


Amount: Up to $100,000

Fill out entry form at: www.barbizonscholarship.com

Not Listed

Burlington Northern
S
anta Fe Foundation
Scholarship Program
(BNSF Foundation).

Scholarships for high school seniors
who are dependents of BNSF
employees.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

BNSF Foundation

2650 Lou Menk Drive

Fort Worth, TX 76131
-
2830

BNSFFoundation@bnsf.com

Pho
ne: (817) 867
-
6458

www.bnsffoundation.org/giving.html

Not Listed

Call Me MISTER
Program

The program provides tuition
assistance through Loan
Forgiveness programs for admitted
students pursuing approved
programs of study in teacher
education at participating colleges.


Amount: Tuition assistance

Call Me MISTER

203 Holtzendorff

Clemson University

Clemson, SC 29634

MISTER@clemson.edu

Toll
-
free: 1
-
800
-
640
-
2657

www.callmemister.c
lemson.edu

Not Listed



Careers and Colleges
Scholarship
Sweepstakes

Enter random drawing for
scholarship when you register on
the Careers and Colleges website.
Contest starts in September and
ends in May.


Amount: $10,000

Register online at: www.careersandcolleges.com

Not Listed

Catholic Union of Texas
-

KJT Scholarship

Must be KJT member. Academic
achievement and extracurricular
activities considered.


Amount: Not listed

For more information, see website at: http://kjtnet.org (click
on "benefits") or contact KJT State Office at 1
-
800
-
245
-
8182 or email: info@kjtnet.org

Not Listed

Certification of
Deafness for Tuition
Waiver
-

Texas

Provides a certificate that verifies
hearing loss for applicants for tuition
waiver at state supported post
-
secondary schools in

Texas.


Amount: Tuition

DARS Disability Determination Services

P.O. Box 149198

Austin, TX 78714
-
9198

DARS.Inquiries@dars.state.tx.us

www.dars.state.tx.us/dhhs/trnganded.shtml

Not Listed

Chick and Sophie Major
Memorial Duck Calling
Contest

Students throughout the United
States have the opportunity to
compete for a scholarship in the
World's Championsh
ip Duck Calling
Contest. Qualifying contests
deadlines vary according to State.
Contest is in November of each
year.


Amount: $500
-

$2,000

Stuttgart Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 1500

Stuttgart, AR 72160

stuttgartchamber@centurytel.net

Phone: (870) 673
-
16
02

www.stuttgartarkansas.org (click on "Duck Festival")

Not Listed

Comcast Leaders and
Achievers Scholarship

HS senior with 2.8 GPA.
Demonstrate a strong commitment
to community service and display
leadership abilities in school
activities or through work
experience. Must be nominated by
a Principal or Guidance Counselor.


Amount: $1,000

For more information, go

to: www.comcast.com (click on
"About", then "Community Investment")

Not Listed

COSTEP.org
Scholarship

Register on website to enter
random drawing for scholarship.


Amount: $5,000

Enter online at: www.cos
tep.org

Not Listed

Department of Veterans
Affairs Student
Volunteer Program

The James H. Parke Memorial
Youth Scholarship Award provides
scholarship opportunities to
students who volunteer at VA
medical centers.


Amount: Not listed

For more information, see website at:
www.volunteer.va.gov/StudentProgram.asp

Not Listed

Federal Tax Benefits for
Education

Tax
-
Free Benefits
-

Certain
payments or special programs'
distributions are free of tax when
used for qualifying educational
expenses.


Amount: Varies

See Internal Revenue Service website at:
http://www.irs.gov/individuals/article/0,,id=121452,00.html

Not Listed

Fleetwood Memorial
Foundation

Educational funds for college are
available to the dependents of
Texas Law Enforcement or Fire
Protection Personnel who were
killed in the performance of their
duties.


Amount: Not listed

Fleetwood Memorial Foundation

501 South Fielder Rd

Arlington, Texas

76013

(817) 261
-
8954

fleetwood@fleetwoodmemorial.org

www.fleetwoodmemorial.org

Not Listed



Foster Care Children
Scholarships

Foster care children may be eligible
for funding of up to $5000 per year

if enrolled in college or a vocational
or technical training program!


Amount: $5,000

For more information, see website at:
www.statevoucher.org

Not Listed

Global Challenge Award

High school students in grades 9
-

12, who speak/write English. Year
-
round registration, costs $25. The
Global Challenge is an online
international competition that
encourages learning in science,
technology, engineering and
mathematics


Amount: Varies

To

register and obtain additional information and
assistance in finding your team members, see website at:
www.globalchallengeaward.org

Not Listed

Golden Corral
Restaurants Education
Loan Program

For employees of the Golden Corral
Restaurant. Loan will be reduced for
each month student works full time
with Golden Corral after completion
of degree.


Amount: $500
-

$2,000

Contact your local Golden Corral Restaurant for more
information.


www.goldencorral.com (click on "Career Opportunities",
then on "Restaurant Co
-
worker Opportunities")

Not Listed

Good Samaritan
Foundation
Scholarships

The Good Samaritan Foundation
sponsors scholarships
for nursing
students at all levels. Must be a
Texas resident.


Amount: Varies

Good Samaritan Foundation

5615 Kirby Drive, Suite 610

Houston, Texas 77005

713.529.4646
-

Phone

www.gsftx.org

Not Listed

Harvard College Tuition
Reduction

A major new initiative designed to
encourage talented students from
families of low and moderate
income to attend Harvard College.
Families with incomes of less tha
n
$60,000 will no longer be expected
to contribute to the cost of attending
Harvard for their children. In
addition, Harvard will reduce the
contributions expected of families
with incomes of $180,000 or less.


Amount: Tuition reduction

For more informatio
n, see website at:
http://fao.fas.harvard.edu


Harvard College Financial Aid Office

86 Brattle Street

Cambridge, MA 02138

Telephone: 617
-
495
-
1581



Not Listed

Imagine America
Foundation

Every high school in the United
States and Puerto Rico can select
up to three graduating seniors to
receive a "Imagine America"
scholarship. Students must meet
the standard admissions
requirements of the more than 400
participating career colleges. High
sc
hool Seniors can start applying on
January 1 of the current school
year.


Amount: $1,000

Imagine America Foundation

1101 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.

Suite 901

Washington, DC 20036

202.336.6800

scholarships@imagine
-
america.org

www.imagine
-
america.org

Not
Listed

Iris
-
Samuel Rothman
Scholarship

Open to college bound High School
Seniors, undergraduate, graduate
and post
-
graduate male students
who have lost their mother and
have either
lost their f ather or does
not have a f ather available to him.
Essay required.


Amount: $500
-

$5,000

Iris
-
Samuel Rothman Scholarship

P.O. Box 620643

Newton, MA 02462

617
-
686
-
3556

mrothman77@aol.com

www.iris
-
samuelrothmanscholarship.org

Not Listed



Joy and Hope Project
Scholarships

For students who have lost a parent
or sibling, and still gives back to the
community with service.


Amount: Not listed

Project Joy & Hope

PO Box. 5
111

Pasadena, TX, 77508

Local Phone: (713) 944
-
6569

Toll Free: 1
-
866
-
JOY
-
HOPE

www.joyandhope.org/families/services.php

Not Listed

Mattera National
Scholarship Fund for
Migrant Ch
ildren

The purpose of the Gloria and
Joseph Mattera National
Scholarship Fund for Migrant
Children is to assist financially those
migrant youth who have the
potential and the desire to further
their education to achieve their
personal and career goals. Oth
er
scholarships are available on
website.


Amount: $150
-

$500

Gloria and Joseph Mattera National

Scholarship Fund for Migrant Children

BOCES Geneseo Migrant Center

27 Lackawanna Avenue

Mt. Morris, New York 14510

(585) 658
-
7960

Toll Free: (800) 245
-
5681

ww
w.migr ant.net

Not Listed

Miss Southeast Texas
Scholar ship Pageant

Miss Southeast Texas Scholar ship
Pageant is now accepting
applications f or the next upcoming
pageant. Contact pageant
or ganizer s f or deadline.


Amount: Up to $5,000

Miss Southeast Texas Or ganization

P. O. Box 22661

Houston, TX 77227

Phone: 832.723.3039

E
-
mail: misssetexas@yahoo.com

www.misssetexas.org

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Nat ional Achievement
Scholar ship Pr ogr am

Black students may enter both the
National Achievement Pr ogr am and
the National Mer it® Pr ogr am by
taking the Pr eliminar y SAT/National
Mer it Scholar ship Qualif ying Test
( PSAT/NMSQT®) and meeting
other published r equir ements f or
par ticipation.


Amount: $2,5
00

For more information, see website at:
www.nationalmerit.org/nasp.php

Not Listed

National Association for
Asian and Pacific
American Education
(NAAPAE)

Preference is given to Asians and
Pacific
Islanders (APIs) who plan to
be teachers.


Amount: Not listed

NAAPAE Headquarters/Membership

PO Box 3471

Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA 90274

www.naapae.net

Not Listed

National
Exchange Club
-

Youth of the Year
Award and National
A.C.E. of the Year
Award

The A.C.E. (Accepting the
Challenge of Excellence) Award
recognizes high school students
who have had to overcome great
physical, emotional or social
obstacles and are now eligib
le for
high school graduation. The Youth
of the Year Award recognizes a
student who serves as a role model
to his or her peers, by exhibiting
exceptional scholastic achievement,
respect for self and others and
ambitious career goals.


Amount: $10,000

Conta
ct your local Exchange Club for more information or
see website at: www.exchangeclubfoundation.org

Not Listed

Next Step Magazine
Shout Out Writing
Contest

A first
person account from
teenagers on subjects like peer
pressure, politics, friends, world
events, culture, dating or other
relevant topics.


Amount: $100

Submit entry online only at: www.nextstepmagazine.com
(click on "Contests")

Not Listed



Nisei Student
Relocation
Commemorative Fund,
Inc.

Multiple scholarships and funds
available.


Amount: $1,000



NSRC Fund

19 Scenic Drive

Portland, Connecticut 06480

info@nsrcfund.org

www.nsrcfund.org/


No
t Listed

ScholarGamers.com

Register on website and play
games as selected by
ScholarGamers.com to qualify for
scholarships.


Amount: Not listed

For more information, see website
at:
www.scholargamers.com/2011
-
scholarships

Not Listed

Scholarships for U.S.
Mainland High School
Seniors
-

Hawaii Pacific
University

This program offers 20% tuition
waiver
scholarships, which are
awarded to incoming freshmen,
graduates of high schools in the
mainland U.S.A. Must attend Hawaii
Pacific University.


Amount: Reduced tuition

For more information, see website at: www.hpu.edu (click
on "High School Student")

Not Li
sted

Society of Iranian
American Women for
Education

Currently SIAWE offers
scholarships at eight Texas colleges
and universities. To apply for any of
the scholarships, contact each
school

directly. See website for
participating schools.


Amount: Varies

For more information, see website at:
www.siawe.org/scholarships.htm

Not Listed

Special Operations
Warrior Foundation

Available to
students who have lost
a parent involved in military special
operations.


Amount: Not listed

Special Operations Warrior Foundation

P.O. Box 13483

Tampa, FL 33681
-
3483

Ph: 813
-
805
-
9400

warrior@specialops.org

www.specialops.org

Not Listed

State Farm Companies
Foundation

Various scholarships for high
school, undergraduate and
graduate students. Check website
for other grants and awards.




Amount: Varies

Acc
ess website: http://www.statefarm.com/about/about.asp

Not Listed

Sun Country Amateur
Golf Association
Scholarship

For students in New Mexico and
West
Texas. Must have completed
Junior year in high school or at least
one year of college with a 3.0 GPA.
Must have some connection to golf.
Must be recommended by a
SCAGA member.


Amount: Not listed

Sun Country Amateur Golf Association

1440 Rio Rancho Blvd.

Rio Rancho, NM 87124

(800) 346
-
5319

www.newmexicogolf.org (click on "About/Contact Us")

Not Listed

TEACH GRANT
PROGRAM

The Teacher Education Assistance
for Col
lege and Higher Education
(TEACH) Grant Program that
provides grants to students who
intend to teach in a public or private
elementary or secondary school
that serves students from low
-
income families.


Amount: Up to $4,000

To learn more, contact the finan
cial aid office at the college
where you will be enrolled in the Fall or go to website at:
http://studentaid.ed.gov

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Terry Foundation
Scholarship

Candidates for the Terry Foundation
Scholarship are selected each
spring from Texas high school
seniors who have been admitted to
the universities affiliated with the
Foundation: The University of
Texas, Texas A&M University, The
University of Houston, The

University of Texas at Dallas and
Texas State University
-
San Marcos.


Amount: Varies

Applications for the Terry Foundation Scholarship are
available only from the Offices of Financial Aid at the
participating universities.


THE TERRY FOUNDATION

3104 Edl
oe, Suite 205

Houston, TX 77027

713
-
552
-
0002

1
-
800
-
941
-
1911

beth.freeman@terryfoundation.org

www.terryfoundation.org


Not Listed

Texas Early High
School Graduation
Scholarship

US citizen or
permanent resident
residing in Texas, for study in
Texas. Must have completed
recommended high school
curriculum at Texas public high
school in less than 36 months.


Amount: $1,000

For more information, see website at:
www.collegefortexans.com

Not Listed

Texas Electric
Cooperatives Inc.
Scholarships

Various scholarships for rural
students in Texas. Check website to
see if your local electric co
-
op offers
scholarships.


A
mount: Varies

Texas Electric Cooperatives, Inc.

1122 Colorado St. 24th Floor

Austin, TX 78701

(512) 454
-
0311

www.texas
-
ec.org (click on "Member Websites")

Not Listed

Texas
Mutual Insurance
Company Scholarship

For surviving spouses and children
of employees who died as a result
of a compensable injury or illness
while covered by a Texas Mutual
Insurance Company policy.


Amount: Up to $4,000

Texas Mutual Insurance Company

621
0 East Highway 290

Austin, Texas 78723
-
1098

1
-
800
-
859
-
5995

information@texasmutual.com

www.texasmutual.com (click on "Injured Workers")





Not Listed

Texas Sheep and Goat
Raiser's
Association

For graduating seniors in the sheep
and goat raising area who major in
some form of agricultural studies.


Amount: Not listed

Texas Sheep & Goat Raisers Association

P.O. Box 2290

San Angelo, TX 76902

325
-
655
-
7388

tsgra@wcc.net

www.tsgra.com (c
lick on "TSGRA Memorial) Funds")

Not Listed

Texas Society
-

Daughters of the
American Revolution

The Texas Society has endowed
scholarships at selected Texas
Universities. Scholarships are
administered only by and through
the respective Universities.


If you are interested in further
information, please contact the
Texas State Scholarship Chairman
at
: FISKF@rcisd.org or the
Financial Aid Office of the
For more information, see website at: www.texasdar.org

Not Listed



Universities.

Texas Tuition
Exemptions

Tuition and/or fee exemption for
students who will attend a public
institution in the state of Texas.
Categories include: exemptions for
blind and deaf students, children of
disabled firefighters and peace
officers, students who are
dependents of POW/MIA'S

and
students who are in foster care.


Amount: Tuition and/or fee
exemptions

Contact your public college financial aid office or:
www.collegefortexans.com

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United
Parcel Service
Earn and Learn
Program

Tuition assistance and student
loans. Must be employed by UPS.
Loans will be forgiven if
employment with UPS continues.


Amount: Up to $20,000

For more information: https://ups.managehr.com

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United States
Achievement Academy
Scholarship

Grades 6
-
12. Student must be
nominated by an educator to have
their name included in yearbook
and have opportunity to be selected
for scholarship.

Student is under no
financial obligation to be considered
for awards.


Amount: $1,500
-

$10,000

Nominate online at: www.usaa
-
academy.com/scholarships.asp

Not Listed

United States
Department of Veterans
Affairs Survivors' and
Dependents'
Educational Assistance
Program

Provides education and training
opportunities to eligible dependents
of veterans who are permanently
and totally disabled due to a
service
-
related condi
tion, or who
died while on active duty or as a
result of a service related condition.


Amount: Not listed

For more information, see website at:
http://gibill.va.gov/post
-
911/

Not Listed

University Bound
Network Scholarship
Program

Submit video that how an online
education could change your life.
Random drawing.


Amount: $2,500

Submit video at: www.unive
rsity
-
bound.com/scholarships

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UPROMISE
-

An
alternative to
scholarships

Upromise is a one
-
stop college
service provider that helps families
earn, save and pay for higher
education.


Amount:
Varies

For more information, see website at: www.upromise.com

Not Listed

Working Ranch
Cowboys Foundation

Must be the son, daughter or
spouse of a working ranch cowboy.
3.0 GPA.
Contact WRCA office for
Scholarship Application and more
information.


Amount: $500
-

$2,500

Working Ranch Cowboys Association

P. O. Box 7765

Amarillo, TX 79114

806
-
374
-
9722

wrca@arn.net

http://www.wrca.org/pages/Scholarships.php

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Accounting Education
Center Scholarships

The AICPA offers a number of
academic scholarships for students
pursuing a major in accounting.
Deadlines vary, but are usually in
Spring Semester.


Amount: Varies w
ith scholarship

For more information, see website at: http://ceae.aicpa.org/

Varies

ACE Mentoring
Program (Architecture,
Construction, or
Engineering)

ACE Mentor Program serves high
school youth who

are exploring
careers in Architecture,
Construction, or Engineering.
Students who successfully
participate in the program are given
the opportunity to compete for
scholarships. Grades 9
-
12.


Amount: $1,000
-

$5,000



To see if your State or region partici
pates in the program,
check website at: www.acementor.org


ACE Mentor Program of America

400 Main Street, Suite 711

Stamford, CT 06901

(p) 203.323.0020

Varies

AdmissionFacts
Scholarships

Various
scholarships listed on
Admissions Facts website.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more information, see website at:
http://www.admissionfacts.com

Varies

America's Junior Miss
Scholarship Program

Contestants in contest are judged
on scholastic ability, interviews,
talent, fitness and poise.
Scholarships are available at local,
state and national levels.




Amount: Varies

Application deadline varies with State. For more
informati
on, see website at: www.ajm.org

Varies

American Indian
College Fund

Scholarship and financial aid
information for Native American
students offered through the
American Indian College Fund.


Amount:
Varies with scholarship

American Indian College Fund

8333 Greenwood Blvd.

Denver, CO 80221

Toll Free: (800) 776
-
3863

Phone: (303) 426
-
8900

www.collegefund.org

Varies

American Legion
National
Scholarships

Various scholarships sponsored by
the American Legion. Requirements
and deadlines vary with scholarship.


Amount: Varies

For more information, see website at;
www.legion.org/scholarships

Varies

American Liberty
Scholarship

Register on website to compete for
monthly scholarships.


Amount: $50 gift certificate
-

$5,000
scholarship

Enter online at: www.americanlibert
yscholarship.com

Varies

American Sheep
Industry
-

Make It
Yourself with Wool
Contest

Create garment using wool or wool
-
blend fabric. Ages 12
-

25.
Deadlines vary with state, but most
are in Fall of each

year.


Amount: $1,000
-

$2,000

For additional information, send questions and a self
-
addressed, stamped envelope to: "National Make It
Yourself With Wool Competition"

Marie Lehfeldt

Box 175

Lavina, MT 59046

406
-
636
-
2731

levi@midrivers.com

www.sheepusa
.org

Varies



AnyCollege.Com
Scholarship

Random drawing on
AnyCollege.Com college search
page. Scholarships are awarded
quarterly. Deadlines vary.


Amount: $2,000

Register online at: www.anycollege.com

Varies

Arab American Institute
Awards

Scholarships listed on the Arab
American Institute website. For
students of Arab descent.


Amount: Varies

For more information, see website

at: www.aaiusa.org
(click on "AAI Foundation")

Varies

Art Contests

This is a website that includes
competitions and contests for artists
of all ages. The site may include
information about
writing & photo
contests, design & architecture
competitions, auditions, casting
calls and scholarship competitions.


Amount: Varies

See website at: www.xensei.com/users/adl/

Varies

ASCAP
(American
Society of Composers,
Authors and
Publishers) Foundation
Scholarships

Scholarships listed on the ASCAP
website for students who show an
interest in the field of music.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

The ASCAP Foundation

One Lincoln Plaza

New Yo
rk, NY 10023

www.ascapfoundation.org

Varies

Austin Community
Foundation

Although most scholarships are for
students in the Austin Independent
School District, some are for
available to others in the Austin
-
Central Texas area.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

Austin Community Foundation

P.O. Box 5159

Austin, TX 78763

512
-
472
-
4483

www.austincommunityfoundation.org

Varies

AYUSA Global Youth
Exchange

Various scholarships for students
who wish to study abroad.


Amount: Varies

For more information, go to website at:
www.ayusa.org/students/study
-
abroad/scholarships

Varies

Boomer Esiason
Foundation Scholarship
Program

For cystic fibrosis ("CF") patients
pursuing undergraduate and
graduate degrees. Scholarships
awarded quarterly.


Amount: $500
-

$2,000

Boomer Esiason Foundation

c/o Jerry Cahill

483 10th Avenue, Suite 300

New York, NY 10018

Phone: 646
-
292
-
7930

jcahillbef@aol.com

www.cfscholarships.com

Varies

Bound Tree Medical
Legacy Scholarship
Program

Applicants must be the son or
daughter of a career or volunteer
Emergency Medical
Technician(EMT), Paramedic, or
Firefighter (active, re
tired or
deceased) who is interested in a
career in

Emergency Medical Services
(EMS).


Amount: Awards based on cost of
program

Bound Tree Medical

P.O. Box 8023

Dublin, OH 43016
-
2023

800
-
533
-
0523, ext. 5233

scholarship@boundtree.com

www.boundtree.com/traini
ng/scholarships

Varies

Bowl.com Scholarships

Various scholarships for students
involved in bowling.


Amount: Varies

For more information, see website at: www.bowl.com

Varies



BrainstormUSA
-

Dare
to Dream...Expect to
Succeed Scholarship

Participating students describe a
personal dream and how they hope
to attain it. To be eligible for a prize,
all participants
must submit a child
entry and a parent entry.
Scholarships are awarded every
quarter of the year.


Amount: Computer

BrainstormUSA

8800 Roswell Rd. Suite 200

Atlanta, GA 30350

1
-
800
-
595
-
5561

info@brainstormusa.com

www.brainstormusa.com

Varies

Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers
and Trainmen

Scholarship and financial aid
opportunities available to the
children of BLET members.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more inf
ormation, see website at: www.ble.org (Look
under the "Communications" heading)

Varies

Cancer Survivors
Scholarships
-

Ped
-
Onc
Resource Center,

Scholarships for students who
have
been survivors of cancer.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more information, see website at: www.acor.org/ped
-
onc/scholarships

Varies

Cappex Scholarships

Fill out a Cappex profile to

be
eligible to apply for various
scholarships. Scholarships will be
given to students with well rounded
profiles. Numerous scholarships
available on website with varing
deadlines and requirements.


Amount: Varies

For more information, see website at:
www.
cappex.com/scholarships

Varies

CarDonors.com
Scholarship

3.0 GPA. Academic achievement
and community service. The
deadlines for scholarships are: May
31, August 31, December 31
and
March 15th.


Amount: $500

Apply online at: www.cardonors.com

Varies

Career Stimulus
Package Scholarship
Awards

For students interested in enrolling
in an accredited online
degree
program. Essay required.


Amount: $4,000

For more information, see website at:
www.elearners.com/careerstimuluspackage

Varies

Careerfitter Scholarship

For qualified
students who are
enrolled or planning to participate in
a college, university or graduate
school program. United States
citizen or permanent resident with a
minimum 2.5 Grade Point Average.
Essay required.


Amount: $500

All applications will be submitted

o
nline at:

www.careerfitter.com

Varies

Center for Scholarship
Administration

Various scholarships handled by the
Center for Scholarship
Administration.


Amount: Varies

Center for Scholarship
Administration, Inc.

PO Box 1465

Taylors, SC 29687
-
0031

(864) 268
-
3363

sandralee41@bellsouth.net

www.scholarshipprograms.org

Varies

ChiGems Art & Poetry
Scholarship

Submit original artwork with

essay.
For grades 9
-

12. 2.0 GPA.


Amount: $250

For more information, see website at: www.chigems.com

Varies



City Year Volunteer
Program

In return for serving 10 months of
community service and professional
development, City Year members
earn a weekly stipend, health
insurance and an education award
to be used for college. Be between
the ages of 17 and 24. The City
Year program is available in 19
cities in the U.S.


Amount:
$4,725

For more information, see website at:
http://www.cityyear.org/corpsexperience.aspx

Varies

Coast Guard Mutual
Assistance

Financial aid programs for family
members of active, retired,
civilian
employees, reserve and auxiliary
members of the U.S. Coast Guard.


Amount: Varies

Coast Guard Mutual Assistance Headquarters

4200 Wilson Blvd, Suite 610

Arlington, VA 22203
-
1804

ARL
-
DG
-
CGMA@uscg.mil

Toll
-
free 1 (800) 881
-
2462

www.cgmahq.org (cli
ck on "Assistance", then "Programs")

Varies

Coastal Bend
Community Foundation

Various scholarships listed on the
Coastal Bend Community
Foundation website. Must attend
school in Aransas, Bee, Jim
Wells,
Kleberg, Nueces, Refugio or San
Patricio counties.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

Coastal Bend Community Foundation

600 Leopard St., Suite 1716

Corpus Christi, TX 78473

361.882.9745

http://cbcfoundation.org

Varies

College Assistance
Migrant Program
(CAMP)

For Migrant or Seasonal farm
workers and/or their families
working in agricultural activities.
Attend a CAMP campus.


Amount: $750
-

$4,0
00

College Assistance Migrant Program

Alumni Association

1725 NE Upper Drive

Pullman, WA 99163

509.368.7132

www.migrantstudents.org

Varies

College for Texans

Information every Texan needs to
know about preparing for, applying
for and paying for college or
technical school.


Amount: Varies

For more information, see website at:
www.collegefortexans.com

Varies

College Peas Student
Standout College
Scholarship

Submit a maximum 300
-

word
essay describing a special skill,
talent or interest that helps you
standout from your peers. 3.0 GPA.


Amount: $500

For more information, see website at:
www.collegepeas.com/money

Varies

College Prowler No
Essay Scholarship

Submit registration form to compete
for monthly randomly selected
scholarships.


Amount: $2,000

For more information, see website at:
www.collegeprowler.com

Vari
es

College.us.com!
Scholarship

Open to any individual 17 years or
older, who is or will be
attending a
regionally or nationally accredited
college, university, or vocational
school in an academic term within 1
year of notification date. Essay
required.


Amount: $3,000

For more information, see website at:
http://scholarshipwinnings.org

Varies



Collegeanswer.com
Contest

Register on Collegeanswer.com
website to qualify for monthly,
randomly chosen scholarship.


Amount: $1,000

Register at: www.collegeanswer.com

Varies

CollegeNet.com
Scholarships

Register on website and create a
profile to win votes for scholarship.


Amount: $1,000
-

$3,000

Register online at: www.collegenet.com/elect/app/app

Varies

Common Knowledge
Scholarship Foundation

Scholarships based on well rounded
practical knowledge. Check website
for current competitions and more
information.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation, Inc.

P.O. Box 290361

Davie Fl, 33329
-
0361

www.cksf.org


Varies

Communities
Foundation of Texas

To apply for a scholarship, review
scholarship opportunities
available
through Communities Foundation of
Texas to determine the ones for
which you may qualify. Academic
records, statements of need,
recommendations, and personal
essays may be required.


Amount: Varies

Call or e
-
mail the CFT Grants Department for the
appropriate application(s) and application deadlines.


Communities Foundation of Texas

5500 Caruth Haven Lane

Dallas, Texas 75225
-
8146

214
-
750
-
4222

info@cftexas.org

www.cftexas.org (click on "Grants")


Varies

Community Foundation
of Abilene, Texas

For Abilene, TX area students.
Requirements and deadlines vary
with scholarship.


Amount: Varies

The Community Foundation of Abilene

500 Ches
tnut, Suite 1509

P.O. Box 1634

Abilene, TX 79604

325
-
676
-
3883

cfainfo@abilene.com

www.cfabilene.org

Varies

Community
Foundations

A list of community foundations in
the United
States. Scholarships for
high school students are available
from some local foundations.


Amount: Varies

Check website to see foundation in your community:
www.communityfoundations.net/index.html

Varies

Community
Foundations in the
United States

A listing of community foundations
in the United States. Scholarships
for high school students are
available from some local
foundations.


Amount: Varie
s

For more information, see website at: www.tgci.com (click
on "Funding Sources")

Varies

Construct My
Future.Com
Scholarships

Various scholarshps

for students
planning on attending post
-
secondary programs in any
construction industry related field.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more information, see website at:
www.constructmyfuture.com/Students/Scholarships/Schola
rships.asp

Varies



Courage to Grow
Scholarship

High school senior or a college
student with a minimum GPA of 2.0
or better. Essay required.


Amount: $500

Support@CourageToGrowScholarship.com

PO Box 2507

Chelan, W
a. 98816

(509) 731
-
3056

http://couragetogrowscholarship.com

Varies

Cowboy Heritage
Association of Fort
Worth Scholarship

For outstanding high school seniors
or current
college/university
students who have been raised in a
Texas working ranch family.


Amount: $1,000

Cowboy Heritage Association of Fort Worth

P. O. Box 136639

Fort Worth, Texas 76136

www.cowboyheritage.org

Varies

Creative
Communication
-
Young
Poets Contest

The purpose of this contest is to
recognize young writers of poetry.
Must submit an original poem of not
more that 21 lines. Contest is held
three
times a year. Deadlines are in
August, December and April.


Amount: $50 savings bond

Poets Contest
-

Grades K
-
12

Creative Communication

1488 N 200 W

Logan UT 84341

(435) 713
-

4411

editor@poeticpower.com

www.poeticpower.com

Varies

Creative
Communication Essay
Contest

Write essay on a topic that you feel
is important to you. Grades 4
-

12.
Contest deadlines are October,
February and July.


Amount: $50 savings bond

Send
essay to:

Essay Contest

1488 N 200 W

Logan UT 84341 or submit online at:
www.poeticpower.com/essay.html

Varies

Cute Kid of the Year
Contest

Submit baby photo for monthly
chance to win scholarship.


Amount: Up to $25,000

Enter online at: www.thecutekid.com

Varies

Dale E. Fridell Memorial
Scholarship

For high school seniors or current
college students not already
receiving or been awarded a full
-
tuition scholarship or waiver from
another source. Contest is offered
four times annually. Essay required.


Amount: $1,000

Apply online at:

http://www.straightforwardmedia.com



Varies

Dallas County
Community Colleges
Foundation
Scholarships

Foundation Scholarships are
available to current and potential
students of the Dallas County
Community College
s.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more information, see website at:
www.foundation.dcccd.edu/scholarships/scholarships.html

Varies

Dallas Foundation

See this website for
various
scholarships available in Dallas
-

Fort Worth area and Texas.


Amount: Varies

Dallas Foundation

900 Jackson St. Suite 705

Dallas, TX 75202

214
-
741
-
9898

www.dallasfoundation.org

Varies

Daughters of The
American Revolution
National Society
Scholarships

Scholarships sponsored by the
Daughters of the American
Revolution. Other scholarships
available through state and local
chapters.


Amount: Varies

Office of Committees, NSDAR

Scholar
ships

1776 D Street, NW

Washington, DC 20006
-
5303

(202) 628
-
1776

www.dar.org

Varies



David Barr Kirtley
-

Science Fiction and
Fantasy Writing Awards

Resources for Teen
Writers
Interested in Science Fiction &
Fantasy Writing. Various contests
with some offering cash awards.


Amount: Varies with contest

For more information, see website at:
www.davidbarrkirtley.com/teenwriter/Contests.html

Varies

Department of Defense
Scholarships for
Military Children

Various scholarships for children of
active, retired or reserve military
personnel. Various deadlines, some
as early as February 15th.


Amount: Varies

For more information: access website at www.dodea.edu
(click on "Students & Alumni")

Varies

DisabilityInfo.gov

An online resource for people with
disabilities. Website includes
information on financial aid and
scholarships.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more information, see website at: www.disability.gov
(click on "Education")

Varies

DisabilityScholarships
.
us

Some of these unknown
scholarships are Government
disability scholarships that are
based on specif ic disabilities, while
others cover all disabilities.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more inf ormation, see website at:
www.disabilityscholarships.us

Varies

Discus Awards

Discus Awards Scholarships
recognize a new category of high
school students: the all
-
around
standout. You may nominate
yourself f or this monthly
scholarship.


Amount: $2,000

For more inf ormation, see website at:
www.discusawards.com/scholarship
-
inf o

Varies

Do A Good Deed
Contest

Simply do a good deed. Anything
goes, a small action or being
involved in a bi
g project. Prizes are
awarded by doctors based on the
positive results af f ecting you and
the people around you.


Amount: Various prizes

Do A Good Deed Contest Headquarters

22222 Sherman Way, #101

Canoga Park, CA 91303

Tel: (818) 888
-
7100

www.doagooddeed.co
m

Varies

Do Something
-

Grants
and Scholarships

Grants and scholarships on
DoSomething.org website


Amount: Varies

For more information, see website at:
www.dosomething.org/grants

Varies

East Texas
Communities
Foundation

Various scholarships for graduating
high school Seniors in EAST
TEXAS.


Amount: Varies

East Texas Communities Foundation

315 N. Broadway, Suite 210

Tyler, Texas 75702

903
-
53
3
-
0208

etcf@etcf.net

www.etcf.org

Varies

EducationStart.org
Scholarships

Register on website for random
drawing for scholarship. Must be 17
yrs. or older. Essay required.


Amount: $3,000
-

$4,000

For more information, see website at:
http://educationstart.org/scholarships/

Varies

El Paso Community
Foundation

Scholarships listed on the El Paso
Community Foundation website. For
students in
the El Paso and eastern
New Mexico area.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

El Paso Community Foundation

P.O. Box 272

El Paso, Texas 79943
-
0272

Phone (915) 533
-
4020

www.epcf.org

Varies



EssayContests.com

A listing of currently running essay
contests that award money and
other prizes to winners. Some
contests require an entry fee.
These contests are not
scholarships!

For more information, see website at:
www.essaycontests.com

Varies






Amount:


Varies

Executive Women
International
Scholarship Program

For high school Juniors.
-

male

or
female. Only one student per school
is eligible. Scholarship based on
academic achievement and
community and school involvement.
Deadlines vary with each local
chapter.


Amount: $2,000
-

$10,000

Executive Women International

515 South 700 East Suite 2
A

Salt Lake City, UT 84102

801.355.2800

ewi@ewiconnect.com

www.executivewomen.org

Varies

Federal Aviation
Administration
Scholarships

Various scholarships listed on
website for students interested in
aviation training.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more information, see website at:
www.faa.gov/education/student_resources/scholarships_gr
ants

Varies

Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA)

Apply On line using the free
application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA).


Amount: Varies

Visit the website at: www.FAFSA.ED.GOV

Varies

Federal Student Aid on
the Web

A source for information provided by
the U.S. Department of Education
on preparing f
or and funding
education beyond high school.


Amount: Varies

For more information, see website at:
http://studentaid.ed.gov

Varies

Fondo Futuro
Scholarship

Available to Hispanic high school,
undergraduate and graduate
students.


Amount: $1,000

For more information, see website at:
www.fondofuturo.com

Varies

FreeCollegeScholarship
s.net

Regis
ter on website to enter
random drawing for scholarship.


Amount: $10,000

Register online at: www.freecollegescholarships.net

Varies

Freelance Writing
Contests

These are not scholarships, but the

website offers cash prizes for
winners in several different writing
categories.


Amount: Varies with contest

For more information, see website at:
www.freelancewriting.com

Varies

FreeMilitaryScholarship
s.com

Must be 18 yrs. or older. Register
on website to enter random drawing
for scholarships.


Amount: $10,000

Register at: www.freemilitaryscholarships.com

Varies

FreshBrain
Scholarships

Scholarships for students interested
in the technology field will be
offered at various times on the
FreshBrain website.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

Check for scholarships at:
http://www.freshbrain.org/scholarships

Varies



Girl Scouts of
Southwest Texas
Scholarships

Scholarships for Girl Scouts in the
Southwest Texas Area. Most
deadlines are in the Spring.


Amount: Varies with scho
larship

Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas

811 N Coker Loop

San Antonio, TX 78216

210.349.2404

www.girlscouts
-
swtx.org

Varies

Girls Write Now
Contests

Girls Write Now webpage includes a
list of contests and scholarships that
are aimed specifically at TEENS
with topics ranging from poetry to
social justice.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more information, see website at:
www.girlswritenow.org

Varies

Giving Soul Student
Scholarships

Scholarships on a monthly basis to
students who tell about how they
are actively making a difference in
the world.


Amount: $550

For more inform
ation, see website at:
https://givingsoulscholarships.com/indexmembers.html

Varies

GoCollege.Com Lucky
Draw Scholarships

Register online for monthly
drawings for scholarships
sponsored by GoCollege.com


Amount: $250

Register online at: www.gocollege.com

Varies

Golf Course
Superintendents
Association of America
(GCSAA)

Scholarships offered through the
Golf Course Superintendents
Association of America. For
students pursuing careers in the
golf course industry


Amount: Varies

For more information, see website at: www.gcsaa.org (click
on "Students")

Varies

Guaranteed
Scholarships

This is a web site for scholarships
that require no interview, essay,
portfolio, audition, competition or
other "secondary" requirement. Just
meet the criteria listed
, adhere to
the application deadlines set by the
individual colleges and universities,
gain admission, enroll, and receive
your scholarship or scholarships.
Students should contact individual
colleges for more information.




Amount: Varies

For more inform
ation, see website at: www.guaranteed
-
scholarships.com

Varies

HBCU Connect
-

Historically Black
Colleges and
Universities

Multiple scholarships listed on the
HBCU website.


Amount: Varies with
scholarship

For more information, see website at:
http://hbcuconnect.com

Varies

Healthy Lifestyles
Scholarship

Open to currently enrolled high
school seniors or first
-
year college
students. Must be a U.S. citizen, be
under 25 years of age and answer
both of the following two essay
questions: in under 1000 words,
"Why is a healthy lifestyle important
in school?" and

in under 500 words,
describe your career plans, goals
and personal ambitions.


Amount: $5,000

Enter online at: www.fitnessexercises.tv/scholarships.php

Varies



High School

Journalism
Scholarships

Various scholarships for students
interested in majoring in journalism.
Scholarships are listed by State and
ethnicity.


Amount: Varies

For more information go to web page at:
http://highschooljournalism.org (click on "Students")

V
aries

Houston School of
Floral Design

Can only be used at the Houston
School of Floral Design for
certificate programs and seminars.


Amount: $500

Houston School of Floral Design

2000 North Loop
West, Suite 130

Houston TX 77018

713
-
977
-
4364

floristschool@gmail.com

www.floristschool.com

Varies

International Dairy
-
Deli
Bakery Association

Must be current full or part
-
time
employee of a supermarket
dairy,
deli or bakery department or an
employee for a company which
services those departments.
College major must be in a food
-
related field. Must have 2.5 GPA.
Scholarship is offered four times per
year.


Amount: $250
-

$1,000

Scholarship Committee

IDDBA

P.O. Box 5528

Madison, WI 53705
-
0528

608
-
310
-
5000

scholarships@iddba.org

www.iddba.org

Varies

International Pet
Owners Club
-

Cutest
Pet Contest

Pet Photo Contest
-

All breeds
considered.
Membership in club in
not necessary to participate or win.
This is not a scholarship! It is a
photo contest open to all. One entry
may be submitted every six months.


Amount: $1,000

Cutest Pet Contest

c/o International Pet Owners Club

P.O. Box 4470

Olathe,

KS 66063

Phone: 1
-
913
-
782
-
3272

www.cutestpetcontest.com



Varies

Joseph S. Rumbaugh
Oration Contest
-

National Society of the
Sons of the American
Revolution

For U.S. residents. For
Freshmen,
Sophomores, Juniors or Seniors in
a public or parochial school Oration
must be between 5
-
6 minutes and
topic must address the
Revolutionary War or a personality
showing the relationship it bears to
America today.


Amount: $200
-

$3000

Applicants
must compete in local or state chapter contests.
Check web site for State Chapters and rules of contest.


Chairman of the Rumbaugh Oration Contest

NSSAR Headquarters

1000 South Fourth Street

Louisville, KY 40203
-
3208

(502) 589
-
1776

contest@sar.org

www.sar
.org

Varies

Junior Science and
Humanities Symposium

JSHS invites high school students
to conduct an original investigation
in sciences, engineering or
mathematics and to participate in
regional and state
symposiums.
Deadlines vary with region, but all
must be completed by early April.


Amount: $1,000
-

$12,000

JHSH

24 Warren St.

Concord, NH

603
-
228
-
4520

cousens@jshs.org

www.jshs.org

Varies

Kosciuszko
Foundation
Scholarships

Various scholarships available for
students of Polish descent or
students wishing to study Polish.


Amount: $1,000
-

$7,000

Kosciuszko Foundation

15 East 65th Street

New York, NY 10021
-
6595

Phone: 212
-
734
-
2130

Website: www.thekf.org

Varies



LA Kelley
Communications
Hemophilia
Scholarships

This website list scholarships for
students or family members of
students who have been diagnosed
with hemophilia.


Amount: Varies

LA Kelley
Communications, Inc.

65 Central Street

Georgetown, Massachusetts 01833 USA

phone: 1.978.352.7657

toll
-
free: 1.800.249.7977

fax: 1.978.352.6254

email: info@kelleycom.com

www.kelleycom.com

Varies

Ladies Auxiliary VFW
Scholarships

Various scholarships sponsored by
the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veteran's
of Foreign Wars. Requirements vary
with scholarship. Some deadlines
as ea
rly as January.


Amount: $1,000
-

$10,000

Check with local VFW chapter for more information or :

National Headquarters

Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars

406 W. 34th Street, Kansas City, MO 64111

Telephone: 816
-
561
-
8655

info@ladiesauxvfw.org


www.ladiesauxvfw.org/html/scholarships.html

Varies

Latino College Dollars
-

Scholarships for Latino
Students

Various scholarships for Latino high
school and college students.


Amount: Vari
es with scholarship

The Tomás Rivera Policy Institute

University of Southern California

School of Policy, Planning, and Development

650 Childs Way, RGL 102

Los Angeles, CA 90089
-
0626

Phone: (213) 821
-
5615

Fax: (213) 821
-
1976

Email: trpi@trpi.org

www.lati
nocollegedollars.org

Varies

Lint Center for National
Security Studies

For students who are interested in
the study of counter intelligence and
national security issues.


Amount: Varies with
scholarship

For more information, see website at: www.lintcenter.org

Varies

Lions Club of Texas
Scholarships

Multiple contests sponsored by the
Lions Club of Texas with multiple
deadlines.


Amount: $1,000
-

$3,000

For more information, see website at: www.texaslions.org
(click on "Youth Contests")

Varies

LittleAfrica.com

This website features a list of
African A
merican Scholarships and
Internship Opportunities.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more information, see website at:
www.littleafrica.com/scholarship

Varies

Lubbock Area
Foundation

Various scholarships listed on the
Lubbock Area Foundation webpage.
Requirements vary with scholarship.
The scholarships are for students
who are in the Lubbock and South
Plains of Texas area.


Amount: Varies

Lubbock Area Foundatio
n

1655 Main Street Suite 202

Lubbock, Texas 79401

806/762
-
8061

contact@lubbockareafoundation.org

www.lubbockareafoundation.org/index.shtml

Varies

Manuscript Editing

Creative
writing contests for people
of all ages.


Amount: Varies with contest

For more information, see website at:
www.manuscriptediting.com/contests.htm

Varies



MeritAid.com

A comprehensive directory of merit
scholarships and academic
scholarships from colleges across
the country.


Amount: Varies

For more information, see website at: www.meritaid.com

Varies

Micro Essay
Scholarship

For anyone
planning to enroll in a
school of higher education. To
enter, tell how this scholarship
would benefit your education in 2
-
3
sentences (320 characters).
Scholarship is given quarterly.


Amount: $1,000

For more information, see website at:
http://microessays
cholarships.com

Varies

Military.com
Scholarships

Scholarships for dependants of
active, retired, or deceased
members of military.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more information, see website:
http://www.military.com



Varies

Miss America's
Outstanding Teen
Competition

Be a young lady between the ages
of 13 and 17. Be a United States
citizen. Deadlines vary with state.


Amount: Varies

If you are interested in receiving more information about
becoming a contestant in the Miss America's Outstanding
Teen, see website at: www.maoteen.org and navigate to
the state you are interested in competing in.


Miss America's Outstandin
g Teen, Inc

13911 West Hillsborough Avenue, Suite 168

Tampa, FL 33635

Email: info@MAOTeen.org

www.MAOTeen.org





Varies

Miss American Coed
Pageants

For girls ages 3
-
21. Scholarships
offered

for winners of state and
national competitions. See website
for information concerning State
and National competitions.


Amount: Varies

American Coed Pageants, Inc.

4120 Piedmont Road

Pensacola, FL 32503

nationals@gocoed.com

www.gocoed.com/main1.shtml

V
aries

Mycollegeguide.org
Scholarship
Sweepstakes

Grades 9
-

12. Register on website
to enter random drawing for
scholarship.


Amount: $2,000

For more information, see website at:
http://mycollegeguide.org/

Varies

National Association for
Music Education

Scholarship resources for students
interested in music education or
music performance.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more information, go to website at:
http://menc.org/gp/scholarship
-
resources
-
for
-
music
-
students

Varies



National Federation of
Music Clu
bs

Competitions are sponsored by the
Federation in a wide range of
categories, including voice,
instrumental music, composition,
dance, conducting, handicapped
and visually impaired, and music
therapy.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more inf ormation
, see website at: http://nf mc
-
music.org/cms/nf mc
-
competitions
-
and
-
awards

Varies

National Hemophilia
Foundation

Scholarships for students
diagnosed
with hemophilia or other
bleeding disorders.


Amount: Varies

For more information, go to website at:
www.hemophilia.org (click on "About Us")

Varies

National High School
Poetry Contest

Open to all U.S. high school
students. Submit a poem of not
more than twenty lines that is
unpublished and is solely your own
work. Submissions will be accepted
continuously through May 31.


Amount: $150
-

$1,000

Live Poets Society of NJ

P O Box 8841

Turn
ersville NJ 08012

LPSNJ@comcast.net

www.highschoolpoetrycontest.com

Varies

National Hispanic Fund
Scholarships

Various scholarships available for
students of Hispanic heritage. Must
be U.S. citizen or permanent
resident.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

55 Second Street, Suite 1500

San Francisco, CA 94105

1
-
877
-
HSF
-
INFO (1
-
877
-
473
-
4636)

A
pplications available online at:www.hsf.net

Varies

National History Day
Contest

Show your creativity by making
history come alive in an exhibit,
documentary, paper, or
performance. Contests held in
Spring of each year. Deadlines vary
with State
-

many by March 1.
Grades 6
-
12.


Amount: $250
-

$1,000

Contact your State Coordinator at:
http://nationalhistoryday.org

Varies

National League of
American Penwomen

Contests in Art, Music, Poetry and
Writing listed on the National
League of American Penwomen
website.


Amount: Varies with contest

NLAPW

National Headquarters

Pen Arts Building

1300 Seventeenth Street N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20036
-
1973

Phone: 202
-
785
-
1997

www.americanpenwomen.org

Varies

National Society of
Black Engineers
Scholarships

Numerous scholarships listed on
the NSBE website. Requirements
vary with scholarship.


Amount: Varies

For more information, see website at:
http://national.nsbe.org

Varies

National Society of High
School Scholars

Must be a member of NSHSS.
Academic scholarships and
academic competitions are offered
annually. Some deadlines are as
early as November 30.


Amount: $25
0
-

$5,000

To join NSHSS and see more information about the
scholarships, go to website at: www.nshss.org

Varies

National Society of the
Sons of the American
Revolution

Various contests sponsored by the
NSS
AR, including the Eagle Scout
Contest and Joseph Rumbaugh
Oration Contest.


Amount: Varies

The National Society of the

Sons of the American Revolution

1000 S. 4th Street

Louisville KY 40203

502
-
589
-
1776

www.sar.org (click on "Education/Youth")

Varies



National Society of the
Sons of the American
Revolution
-

Knight
Essay Contest

All high school sophomores, juniors
and seniors who are United States
citizens or legal residents. Must be
entere
d through a local NSSAR
Chapter. 800
-

to 1,000
-
word original
research paper on an event,
person, philosophy, or ideal
associated with the American
Revolution, the Declaration of
Independence, or the framing of the
United States Constitution.

Deadlines var
y with state
-

some as
early as December 28.


Amount: $500
-

$2,000

Chairman, NSSAR Knight Essay Contest

721 Booth Drive

Shrevesport, LA 71107
-
3901

301
-
425
-
4765

Email: johnjohnsoncis@yahoo.com

www.sar.org (click on Education/Youth")

Varies

National Teenager
Scholarship Pageant

Female between the ages of 12
-

18. Contest based on academic
achievement, school, and
community involvement,
communication, and leadership
skills. No Swi
msuit competition.
Deadlines vary with state with
contest held in late July
-

early
August.


Amount: Varies

See website at: www.nationalteen.com for State deadlines
and application.


America's National Teenager

808 Deer Crossing Court

Nashville, TN 37220

T
oll Free: 1
-
866
-
NAT
-
TEEN

Phone: (615) 370
-
4338

jennytelwar@mac.com




Varies

Negro Spiritual
Scholarship Foundation

Senior high school students of
eleventh or twelfth grade level who
are of Afro
-
ethnic descent may
enter a state or region wide vocal
competition in Capital Region,
Florida, Mid
-
South Region or New
England Region to rehearse and
perform arranged Negro spirituals.
Deadlines vary by region from
January through February of ea
ch
year.


Amount: $300
-

$3,000

For more information, see website at:
www.negrospiritual.org/competition

Varies

OnLine Contest Index

These are not scholarships! This is
an index of
contests where cash
and prizes can be won.


Amount: Varies

For more information, go to website at:
http://tectonicdesigns.com/contest/index.html

Varies

Online
-
Degree
-
Scholarships.com

Must be at least 18 yrs. old. Apply
online to enter random monthly
drawing for scholarship.


Amount: $2,000

For more information, see website at: www.online
-
degree
-
scholarships.com/quick
-
scholarship
-
entry.html

Varies

PEPNet
-

Financial Aid
Information for
Students with Hearing
Disabilities

This website lists many links to
financial aid information for students
with hearing disabilitie
s.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more inf ormation, see website at:
http://projects.pepnet.org/publication/financing_your_educa
tion/

Varies

Permian Basin Area
Foundation
-

Texas

Various scholarships f or students in
the Permian Basin area of Texas.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

Permian Basin Area Foundation

200 N. Loraine, Suite 500

Midland, Texas 79701

432.617.3213

www.pbaf.org

Varies



Poetry Contests

Various contests for writers of
original poetry. Requirements vary
with contest.


Amount: Varies

For more information see website at:
http://dmoz.org/Arts/Wri
ters_Resources/Contests/Poetry/

Varies

Poetry.Com Contests

Submit an original poem, twenty
four lines or less, on any subject, in
any style. Awarded monthly.


Amount: $25
-

5,000

Poetry.Com Contest

1
Poetry Plaza

Owings Mills, MD 21117

(410) 356
-
2000

Submit poem online at: www.poetry.com

Varies

Prom Guide Magazine
Scholarships

Prom Guide Magazine offers 3
scholarships;
Business
-

minded
Graduate, Teen Model and Creative
Graduate. See website for details.


Amount: $1,000
-

$5,000

For more information, see website at:
http://www.promguide.com/scholarship/default.aspx

Varies

Return2College
Scholarship Program

Open to current and future students
who are 17 years or older. There is
no maximum age limit.


Amount: $1,500

For more information, see website at:
www.ret
urn2college.com

Varies

Robert C. Byrd Honors
Scholarship Program

U.S. Citizen. For exceptionally able
high school seniors who show
promise of continued excellence in
postsecondary

education.


Amount: $1,500

Students must apply directly to the State education agency
in their State of legal residence. Application deadlines are
set forth by the respective SEA. Students must request the
application package from the State education agen
cy.


For more inf ormation, see website at:
www.ed.gov/programs/iduesbyrd/index.html

Varies

Sallie Mae Fund
-

Black
College Dollars

This scholarship search,

geared f or
Af rican
-
American students, contains
more than 300 scholarships
searchable by GPA requirement,
academic and career interest and
application deadline.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

See website at: www.thesalliemaef und.org

Varies

San Antonio Area
Foundation

Various scholarships listed on San
Antonio Area Foundation website.
For students in San Antonio area
and throughout the state of Texas.


Amount: Var
ies with scholarship

San Antonio Area Foundation

110 Broadway Street, Suite 230

San Antonio, TX 78205
-
1948

Phone: 210.225.2243

General email: info@saafdn.org

Website: www.saafdn.org

Varies

Scholarship4Education.
com

Register on website to enter
random drawing for scholarship.
Must be at least 18 yrs. old.


Amount: $10,000

Register online at: www.scholarship4educa
tion.com

Varies



Scholarshipexperts.co
m Scholarships

Register on website to access
information about several
scholarships offered by
Scholarshipexperts.com. Must be
13 yrs.
or older.


Amount: Varies

Register at: www.scholarshipexperts.com

Varies

ScholarshipPoints.com

Members earn points for
scholarships by logging in each day,
completing surveys and reviewing
other sites and services. Drawings
are monthly. Amount: Varies with
scholarship

For more information, see website at:
www.scholarshippoints.com

Varies

Scholarships in Graphic
Communications

Scholarships that are available for
students pursuing higher education
in a Graphic Communications
related

field of study.


Amount: Varies

For more information, see website at:
www.graphiccommcentral.org/decide/scholarships
-
in
-
graphic
-
communications.html

Varies

Scholarships4moms

Register on website

to enter
random drawing for scholarships.
Must be 18 yrs. or older.


Amount: $10,000

Register online at: www.scholarships4moms.net

Varies

Scholarships4moms.co
m

Register on website to
enter
random drawing for scholarships.
Must be 18 yrs. or older.
Scholarship drawings are held
several times during the year.


Amount: $10,000

Register on website at:
www.scholarships4moms.net/form.php

Varies

Scholarsite.com
Scholarships

Random monthly drawing. Must
register with Scholarsite.com to be
eligible.


Amount: $1,000

For more information, see website at: www.scholarsite.com

Varies

Scholastic Art and
Writing Awards
-

Alliance for Young
Artists and Writers

Grades 7
-

12. Awards will be given
for outstanding works in writing and
visual art categories. Students
should check website

for detailed
information. Deadlines vary by
region with some as early as
October.


Amount: From $1,000 to $10,000

For more information, see website at:
www.artandwriting.org

Varies

Seneca Nation of
Indians Scholarship

Must be a member of the Seneca
Nation of Indians. Must show
financial need.


Amount: Up to $11,000 per year.

For more information, see website at: ww.sni.org/hep (click
on "Education and Employment")

Varies

SEVEN Fund
-

I Am an
Entrepreneur
Photography
Competition

This competition recognizes the
outstanding use of photography to
tell compelling stories of role model
entrepreneurs from arou
nd the
world. Anyone is welcome to
participate in this competition.


Amount: $250
-

$1,000

For more information, see website at:
www.sevenfund.org/entrepreneur
-
image

Varies

Sharps
Scholarship
Program

Must write essay on topic of
accidental needle
-
stick injuries
outside of hospital and healthcare
settings. Contest held twice a year.


Amount: $750
-

$1,500

For more information, see website at:
www.sharpsinc.com/scholarship.htm

Varies



Society of
Actuaries/Casualty
Actuarial Society
Scholarship Program

For students who are U.S. citizens
or permanent residents who plan to
major in the actuarial (insurance)
profession.
Note: High sc
hool
students may not be eligible for all
of the scholarships listed on
webpage. Please refer to the
specific eligibility requirements for
each scholarship for more
information.

For more information, see website at:
www.beanactuary.com

Varies






Amount: Varies with scholarship

Society of Automotive
Engineers International
Scholarships Program

For undergraduate and graduate
students majoring in engineering.
Deadlines vary, but are mostly in
Spring semester of year.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

SAE Scholarships and Loans Program

400 Commonwealth Drive

Warrendale, PA 15096 USA

scholarships@sae.org

(724) 772
-
8593

http://students.sae.org/awdscholar/scholarsh
ips

Varies

Star of Texas Fair and
Rodeo Scholarship

Available to students from all
counties in Texas.


Amount: $2,500
-

$15,000

Star of Texas Fair and Rodeo

9100 Decker Lake Road, Austin, TX 78724

Phone: (512) 919
-
3000

Fax: (512) 919
-
3005

Email: info@rodeoaustin.com

www.rodeoaustin.com/scholarships.aspx







Varies

Student Loan Network
$10,000 Scholarship

Register on website to enter
quarterly random drawing for
scholarship.


Amount: $10,000

For more information, see website at:
www.studentloannetwork.com/10K/

Varies

Study Abroad
Scholarships

StudyAbroad.com is a source of
information on educational
opportunities for students to study in
other countries.


Amount: Varies

Studyabroad.com

1350 Edgmont Ave., Suite 1100

Chester, PA 19013 USA

Phone: (484) 766
-
2920

www.studyabroad.com

Varies

SunTrust Education Off
To College Scholarship
Sweepstakes

Register on Sun Trust Education
website for random drawing to win
scholarships. One winner will be
chosen every
two weeks from
October through May.


Amount: $1,000

Register online at:
http://suntrusteducation.com/sweeps/default.asp

Varies



Sweepstakes Lovers

A website that features many
sweepstakes where
contestants can
compete for cash and prizes.


Amount: Varies

See website at: www.sweepstakeslovers.com

Varies

Teachers Count

This website offers a list of
scholarships
for prospective
teachers.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For more information, see website at:
www.teacherscount.org/wannateach/scholarships.shtml

Varies

Teen Ink Magazine

A
website that has many writing
contests f or teens.


Amount: Varies with contest.

For more inf ormation, see website at:
www.teenink.com/Resources/ContestsR.php

Varies

Texas Association For
Pupil Transportatio
n
Scholarships

Various scholarships listed on the
Texas Association For Pupil
Transportation website.


Amount: Varies

For more information, see website at: www.tapt.com

Varies

Texas Financial Aid
Programs
-

Texas
Higher Education
Coordinating Board

Financial aid for college offered by
the State of Texas.


Amount: Varies

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

Student Services Division

P.O. Box 12788

Austin, TX 78711
-
2788

1
-
800
-
242
-
3062

(512)
427
-
6101

www.thecb.state.tx.us or contact a college financial aid
office.

Varies

Texas Society of
Certified Public
Accountants

Scholarships for students who plan
to major in the field of
accounting.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants

14651 Dallas Pkwy Suite 700

Dallas, Texas 75254

800.428.0272 • 972.687.8500

www.tscpa.org (click on "Students")


Varies

Texas Surveyors
Foundation, Inc.
Scholarship

Must have been accepted or
enrolled in a survey related course
of study. Financial need and
academic achievement considered.


Amount: Not li
sted

TSPS

2525 Wallingwood Drive #300

Austin, Texas 78746

Phone: 512.327.7871

www.tsps.org/index.php/education/tsfi

Varies

The Grantsmanship
Center

A list of community foundations in
the
United States. Scholarships for
high school students are available
from some local foundations. Click
on your state for more information


Amount: Varies

Check website to see foundations in your state and
community: http://www.tgci.com/funding.shtml

Varies

Two Ten International
Footwear Foundation
Scholarships
-

Footwear Design
Scholarship

Open to any student who is
studying design with a focus on
footwear.


Amount: $1,000
-

$5,000

For more inf
ormation, see website at:
www.twoten.org/Scholarships

Varies

Unitarian Universalist
Association of
Congregations Awards
and Scholarships

Multiple scholarships listed on the
Unitarian Universalist Association of
Congregations website.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations

25 Beacon Street

Boston, MA 02108

(617) 742
-
2100

info @ uua.org

www.uu
a.org/giving/awardsscholarships

Varies



United Methodist Higher
Education Foundation

Candidates must be enrolled or
planning to enroll as a full
-
time
student in a UM
-
related college,
\

university or seminary and be an
active member of The UMC for at
least one year.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

UMHEF

1001 Nineteenth Ave. S.

Nashville, TN

37212
-
2130

800.811.8110

umhefscholarships@gbhem.org

www.umhef.org/receive.php

Varies

United Methodist
Scholarship Program
-

General Board of Higher
Education and Ministry

Must be active, full member of The
United Methodist Church for at leas
t
1 year. 2.5 GPA, full time student.


Applications accepted between
January 1st and May 15th.

GBHEM Scholarship Office

PO Box 340007

Nashville TN 37203
-
0007

umscholar@gbhem.org

615
-
340
-
7344

www.gbhem.org


Varies

United Negro College
Fund Scholarships

Various scholarships offered on the
UNCF website.


Amount: Varies

United Negro College Fund

8260 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive

P.O. Box 10444

Fairfax, VA 22031
-
8044

1
-
800
-
331
-
2244

www.uncf.org

Varies

United States Chess
Federation
Scholarships

This website offers information
about some colleges in the United
States that

offer scholarships for
chess.


Amount: Varies

For more information, see website at:
http://main.uschess.org (click on "Scholastic/College")


Varies

UNITED STATES JCI
SENATE FOUNDATION

High school
seniors with high
academic achievement.


Amount: $1,000

For more information, see website at:
http://www.usjcisenate.org


The deadline for return of the completed application forms
to the state chairperson is at his or her individual
discretion, and can v
ary from as early as December 1st to
as late as the following January 15th. The deadline is
shown on each state's application cover page.

Varies

United States Navy
Memorial Scholarships

A list scholarship programs and
educational resources for students
and service members avail
able
through the government, veterans
groups and other associations.


Amount: Varies with scholarship

For complete list, go to website at: www.navymemorial.org
(click on "History and Education")

Varies

United States Senate
Youth Program

Junior and Seniors in high school
who hold an elected student office
are eligible to apply for this
scholarship. Two students will be
selected from each state. State
s
have deadlines varying f rom July 1
through November 2.


Amount: $5,000 and all expense
paid trip to Washington, D.C.

To receive detailed inf ormation and a selection application,
contact your high school principal, counselor or ref er to the
State
-
level Ed
ucation Selection Administrators listed on
web page at: www.ussenateyouth.org

Varies



US Achievement
Scholarship Fund

Visit website to see complete
eligibility requirements to enter
monthly contests. Must be U.S.
citizen.


Amount: $5,000

Achievement Scholarship Fund

2207 Concord Pike, Suite 623

Wilmington, DE 19803.

www.achievementscholarshipfund.org

Varies

Wells Fargo
CollegeSTEPS
Scholarship

Random drawing for students who
sign up for CollegeSTEPS program.
Drawings are held eight times
during the year.


Amount: $1,000

For more information, go to web site at:
https://wfefs.wellsfargo.com/csteps/rules.jsp


1
-
888
-
511
-
7302

collegesteps@wellsfargo.com

Varies

WinningSurveys.com
Sweepstakes

Fill out a survey to enter a random
drawing to win up to $50,000.


Amount: $50,000

Enter online at: www.winningsurveys.com

Varies

Writers/Illustrators of
the Future Contests

For writers or illustrators of science
fiction or fantasy stories. The
contest has
four quarters
-

October
1, January 1, April 1 and July 1.


Amount: $500
-

$5,000

L. Ron Hubbard Writers or Illustrators of the Future
Contest

P.O. Box 1630

Los Angeles, CA 90078

contests@authorservicesinc.com

www.writersofthefuture.com

Varies

Young Voices
Foundation Writing
Contests

Writing contests for students grade
K
-

12.


Amount: $25
-

$1,500

For more information, see website at:
www.youngvoicesfoundation.o
rg

Varies

Youth For
Understanding (YFU)
USA Scholarships

YFU awards more than 300
dif f erent scholarships to students
each year f or study abroad.


Amount: Varies with
scholarship

For more inf ormation, see website at:
http://yf uusa.org/american
-
students/scholarships.php

Varies

Zinch.com General
Scholarship

Current high school student,
minimum 2.0 GPA, Zinch prof ile
complete. Both need of student and
merit considered. Winners chosen
based on what the student provides
in his/her Zinch prof ile.


Amount: $1,000
-

$10,000

Apply online at: http://www.zinch.com/st
atic/college
-
scholarships.html

Varies