Scholarships Available for High School Seniors

The Center for Gender Equity  has information regarding a variety of different scholarships. These scholarships are geared toward high school students who have plans to attend an accredited college or university in the fall. The parenthesis at the end of each title indicates the deadline for the scholarship application.

Airline Pilots Association Scholarship Program (4/1) Scholarships for sons or daughters of medically retired, long-term disabled or deceased pilot members of the Airline Pilots Association. Must be a high school senior enrolled in a program that will result in a B.A.
Airline Pilots Assoc.

1625 Massachusetts Avenue N.W.

Washington, DC 20036
PHONE: (703) 689-2270
WEB: www.free-4u.com/airline.htm or http://www.alpa.org

Air Force Aid Society (3/8) Grants for dependents of active duty or retired Air Force members. Must be high school senior accepted or enrolled as a full-time student. Must have 2.0 GPA.
1745 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Ste. 202
Arlington, VA 22202-3410
PHONE: (800) 429-9475
WEB: http://www.afas.org/education-grants

Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, Inc. (1/10) All students in grades 7-12 currently enrolled in a public or non-public school in the U.S., Canada, the U.S. territories, or U.S. sponsored schools abroad. Awards available in 11 writing categories and 14 art categories. See WEB for particulars and information for submissions.
557 Broadway

New York, NY 10012
PHONE: (212) 343-6493
WEB: www.scholastic.com/artandwritingawards/enter.htm

Alexander and Maude Haeden Scholarship Youth Foundation (4/15)
Scholarships available for undergraduate students studying in the U.S. Must be a U.S. citizen and must send for an application during the fall semester of the senior year in high school.
Youth Foundation Inc.
36 W. 44th Street
New York, NY 10036

American Veterans Scholarship Programs: (6/1) Must be a high school senior who is the child of an American Veteran or a former. Must demonstrate academic achievement, financial need and be an U.S. citizen, and be involved in extracurricular activities.
P.O. Box 1347

Lanham, MD 20703-1347
PHONE: (301) 459-9600

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Pacific Scholarship (4/15) Open to high school seniors who are at least 1/4 Native American. Must show proof of tribal enrollment in a federally recognized tribe. Must reside in AZ, CO, KS, NM, OK, OR, SD, WA, or San Bernadino County, CA. Award preference given to the study of any of the sciences: medicine, engineering, natural and physical sciences, as well as business education and health administration.
Scholarship Director
American Indian Science & Engineering Society
P.O. Box 9828
Albuquerque, NM 87119-9828
PHONE: (505) 765-1052
WEB: www.aises.org

Carpe Diem Foundation (4/29) Must be high school senior planning on attending an accredited college or university who has demonstrated outstanding achievement, exceptional leadership ability and a serious commitment to community service. Priority given to students whose parents are or have been employed in education, government, social service, public health, the administration of justice and the fine arts.
Gordon V. Levine, Executive Director
208 S. LaSalle St., Suite 1400
Chicago, IL 60604
PHONE: (312) 641-0400
E-MAIL: glevine@carpediemfoundation.org
WEB: www.carpediemfoundation.org

Cargill Scholarship Program (2/15) For high school seniors from rural communities who will be enrolled in college in the next academic year. Families of students must receive at least 50% of their income from farms/farm operations. Based on financial need, academic achievement, extracurricular activities, work experiences and demonstrated leadership.
National FFA Organization

PO Box 68960
Indianapolis, IN 46268-0960
PHONE: 888-476-9332
Rebeca Oswald at (952) 742-6207
E-MAIL: Cargill@ffa.org
WEB: http://www.cargill.com/about/citizenship/scholarships.htm

Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Inc. (10/31) Must be a high school senior attending a school in a participating Coca-Cola bottler’s territory. Contact Coca-Cola to find out where bottlers territories are located. Candidates are evaluated based on character, individual merit, and background.
Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation
PO Box 442
Atlanta, GA 30301-0442
PHONE:1 800 306-2653
WEB: http://www.coca-colascholarsfoundation.org/applicants/#programs

Discover Card Tribute Awards Scholarship (application available online Oct 1) Must be a high school junior with at least a 2.75 cumulative grade point average seeking certification or license, trade or technical school, or two- or four-year colleges and universities.
American Association of School Administrators
801 N. Quincy St., Suite 700
Arlington, VA 22203-1730
PHONE: (703) 528-0700
E-MAIL: webmaster@aasa.org
WEB: www.aasa.org/awards_and_scholarships/Discover/index.htm

Dale E. Fridell (1/14, 4/14, 7/14, 10/14) Must be a high school senior who is not already receiving a full-tuition scholarship from another source. International students may apply. An essay of 500-2000 words demonstrating an exceptional work ethic and a demonstrated commitment to excellence is required. No application form required.
StraightForward Media
ATTN: Scholarship Committee
8088 N. 110th Drive
Peoria, AZ 85345
WEB: www.straightforwardmedia.com/fridell

David and Dovetta Wilson Scholarship Fund: (3/31) Various scholarships for high school seniors who are active participants in the community and display financial need.
115-67 237th St.
Elmont, NY 11003-3926
PHONE: 1-800-759-7512
WEB: http://www.wilsonfund.org/index.html

Dr. Juan Andrade Scholarship for Young Hispanic Leaders (7/16) Applicants must be U.S. citizens or legal residents, must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as full-time students in a four-year college or university in the U.S. or U.S. territories, and must demonstrate a verifiable need for financial support. In addition, at least one parent must be of Hispanic ancestry.
U.S. Hispanic Leadership Institute
431 South Dearborn Street, Suite 1203
Chicago, IL 60605-1152
PHONE: (312) 427-8683
WEB: http://www.ushli.org/student/scholarship.php

Educational Theatre Association (5/15) Open to graduating high school seniors who participate in the annual International Thespian Festival. Applicants must be member of the society, have a minimum grade point average of 2.7, and intend to use the funds to further their education in the communicative arts.
Membership Manager, International Thespian Society
2343 Auburn Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45219-2819
PHONE: (513) 421-3900
E-MAIL: cschnock@etassoc.org
WEB: www.edta.org

Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund: (3/25) applications available from January through March ea/yr. Must be a high school senior and dependant family member of a current civilian federal or postal employee who has at least three years of federal service. Must be enrolled as a full-time student in an accredited college or university. GPA 3.0 and written recommendation from teacher or counselor. Awards are strictly merit based.
3333 S. Wadsworth Blvd., Suite 300
Lakewood, CO 80227
PHONE: (303) 933-7580

EMAIL: Niki Gleason, ngleason@feea.org
WEB: http://www.feea.org/programs/scholarships

Ford Country Scholars: (3/17) Must be a high school junior or senior with a GPA of 2.5. Must be a resident of Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, or Wyoming. Must be dedicated to rural life and livelihood.
P.O. Box 3757
Highland Park, MI 48203

Freedom from Religion Essay Contest: (Application available in Feb. 2014) Must be a graduating high school senior who is college-bound. Submit a 5-6 page essay on the experiences that made you a free thinker: (atheist, agnostic). First prize winners receive $1,000, second prize-$500, third prize $250.
FFRF, Inc. PO Box 750
Madison, WI 53701
PHONE: (608) 256-8900
WEB: http://ffrf.org/outreach/ffrf-student-scholarship-essay-contests

Freedom Scientific Technology Award: (9/30) Must be blind or visually impaired student planning to continue their education. Scholarship awards will be in the form of vouchers to be applied toward the purchase of any Freedom Scientifics’ products to obtain technology for education and/or career.
AFB 11 Penn Plaza, Ste. 300
New York, NY 10001
PHONE: (212) 502-7661
WEB: www.afb.org

Gates Millennium Scholarship Foundation: (1/13) Scholarships available for minority students who display financial need, have a GPA of 3.3 or higher, and plan to continue school during the fall 2006. Students must demonstrate leadership ability through extracurricular activities, community service or other areas. A teacher, peer, or some other person who knows them must nominate scholarship applicants. Scholarships are available for high school seniors. Must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent legal resident.
Gates Millennium Scholars
PO Box 10500
Fairfax, VA 22031
PHONE: 1-877-690-4677
WEB: www.gmsp.org

Gay, Lesbian, Straight, Educators Network (GLSEN) (5/15) Scholarship for a Colorado resident who is age 16-21, a member of the LGB community or, if not, committed to the community, who is planning to attend an accredited college or university.
GLSEN Colorado
PO Box 280346
Lakewood, CO 80228-0346
PHONE: (303) 936-6562
E-MAIL: glsenco@glsenco.org
WEB: http://www.glsenco.org

Gill Foundation/MSU Denver GLBT Student Services: (5/1) Must be first year students enrolling fulltime at MSU Denver; must write an essay illustrating involvement with gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender issues; financial need may be considered when applicants are equally qualified. When awarded the scholarship, student must maintain a 2.5 GPA and do 30 hours of community service for the GLBT community.
Steve Willich, Director of GLBT Student Services
PHONE: (303) 556-6333
ADDRESS: GLBTSS Campus Box 74
PO Box 173362
Denver, CO 80217-3362

WEBSITE: http://www.msudenver.edu/glbtss/resources/scholarships.shtml#d.en.5909

Hemophilia Health Services (5/1) Individuals with hemophilia, Von Willebrand disease, and other related factor deficiencies. Applicants must be college seniors who are planning to attend graduate school.
Scholarship committee Hemophilia Health services
6820 Charlotee Pike
Nashville, TN 37209-4234
PHONE: (800) 800-6606 X5175
FAX: (615)352-2588.

High School Scholarship Program (national) (8/15) Need to be graduating high school senior, US citizen or a legal permanent resident. Be enroll fulltime in a degree-seeking program at a US accredited college or university for the upcoming academic year. Need a minimum GPA of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale. Must apply for federal financial aid. Must be of Hispanic heritage.
WEB: http://www.hsf.net/Graduating-High-School-Seniors-Scholarships.aspx

Hispanic Dental Association (8/15) Supported by Proctor & Gamble, this program awards numerous scholarships in amount of $1,000 and $500. Applicants, who must have been accepted into an accredited dental, dental hygiene, dental assisting or dental technician program, are judged on demonstration of Scholastic Achievement, Community Service, Leadership Skill, Commitment to improving health in the Hispanic community.
188 West Randolph Street, Suite 415
Chicago, Illinois, 60601
PHONE: (800) 8527921
WEB: http://www.hdassoc.org/

Hispanic Outlook Scholarship Fund (5/1) The Hispanic Outlook Scholarship is open to high school seniors of Hispanic descent, with at least one parent from a Spanish-speaking Latin American country or Spain. Applicants must be attending, or planning to attend, one of the schools on Hispanic Outlook’s annual listing of the “Publisher’s Picks.” Scholarship awards are for $1,000 and are renewable annually by students maintaining a 3.5 GPA. Applicants must be full-time students and legal residents or citizens of the United States.
Hispanic Outlook Scholarship Fund
P.O. Box 68
Paramus, NJ 07652.

Holocaust Remembrance Project (5/1) Must be a high school student under age 19 and a citizen of either the U.S. or Mexico. Students responding to this year’s writing contest should study the Holocaust and write an essay of no more than 1,200 words, analyze why it is vital to remember and pass to a new generation the history and lessons of the Holocaust, and suggest what they, as students, can do to combat and prevent prejudice, discrimination and violence in our world today.
Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation, Inc.
400 N. Ashley Drive, Suite 2050
Tampa, FL 33602
PHONE: 1-866-452-2737 (toll free)
WEB: http://holocaust.hklaw.com/index.asp

Horace Mann Scholarship: (3/15) information about the 2006 scholarship program will be available on Oct. 15, 2005. For high school seniors who are children or legal dependents of public school employees. Parents must be currently employed for the duration of the award and students must be planning to attend an accredited 2 or 4-year college or university.
Horace Mann companies
P.O.BOX 20490
Springfield, IL 62708
PHONE: (217) 789-2500
WEB: www.horacemann.com/

Horatio Alger Scholarship (10/15) Must be a high school senior planning to enter college no later than the fall following graduation. Seeks applicants who have faced and overcome great obstacles in their young lives. Demonstrate critical financial need and have a minimum GPA of 2.0. Must be a citizen of the US or be in the process of becoming a US citizen. Need to have involvement in co-curricular and community activities. Contact:The Horatio Alger Association, 99 Canal Center Plaza
Alexandria
Virginia 22314
WEB: http://www.horatioalger.com

Hispanic College Fund, Inc (4/15) Must be a full-time student majoring in an academic area that will lead to a career in business. Applicant must be of Hispanic origin, show financial need, and have a minimum GPA of 3.0.Contact the Hispanic College Fund for details on what majors they will accept.
One Thomas Circle NW, Ste 375
Washington, D.C. 20005
PHONE: (202) 296-3774
WEB: www.hispanicfund.org

Hispanic Scholarship Fund (2/15) Must be a high school senior (Class of 2002) with GPA of 3.0. Must be U.S. citizen or legal permanent residents of Hispanic background planning to enroll full-time in an accredited four-year college or university in Fall 2002.
Sara M. Paredes
High School Scholarship Program
One Sansome Street, Suite 1000
San Francisco, CA 94104
PHONE: 1-877-473-4636
E-MAIL: mailto:sparedes@hsf.net
WEB: www.hsf.net

James R. Hoffa Memorial Scholarship Fund (3/25) Must be a high school senior graduating in 2003 who is the child or grandchild of a Teamster Union member. Must be in the top 15% of their class with excellent SAT or Act scores with plans to attend an accredited college or university. Application is submitted to parent’s local union.
25 Louisiana Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
PHONE: (202) 624-8735
E-MAIL: scholarship@teamster.org
WEB: http://www.teamster.org/content/about-james-r-hoffa-memorial-scholarship-fund

Jane Austen Society of North America (5/1) High school students. 1500-2000 word essay should contain personal, original insight into Jane Austen’s artistry, ideas and values which is not primarily a research paper.
Joan Klingel Ray, Professor and President’s Teaching Scholar Chair
Department of English
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
P.O. Box 7150
1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway
Colorado Springs, CO 80933-7150
PHONE: 1-800-836-3911
E-MAIL: JaneBRS@starband.net
WEB: www.jasna.org

Key Club International Scholarships (3/15) Offers a variety of scholarships to Key Club members. Must be a graduating high school senior with GPA of 3.5 or higher.
WEB: www.keyclub.org/keyclub/resources/cna/scholarships.asp

Latin America Educational Foundation (Application available Jan. 2014) Must be a resident of Colorado who is of Hispanic descent and has been accepted at an accredited college or university. Must have at least a 2.5 GPA and agree to fulfill ten hours of community service during the year of the award.
930 West 7th Ave.
Denver, CO 80204
PHONE: (303) 446-0541
WEB: http://www.laef.org/Scholarship

League at AT&T Foundation: (4/30) Each year the League Foundation offers $1,000 scholarships to assist self-identified Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and Transgendered graduating high school seniors. Must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, with a history of community service.
LEAGUE at AT&T Foundation
P.O.Box 57237
Washington, DC 20037-7237
WEB: http://www.leaguefoundation.org/scholarships/apply.cfm

Lilly Reintegration Scholarship (2/15) Must be diagnosed with schizophrenia, schizophreniform or schizoaffective disorder and currently receiving medical treatment for the disease, including medications and psychiatric follow-up. Must be a high school student applying for college enrollment.
Lilly Secretariat, PMB 1167
734 N. LaSalle St.
Chicago, IL 60610
PHONE: (800) 8098202
WEB: www.reintegration.com/resources/scholarships/scholarship.asp

Linda Riddle/SGMA Endowed Scholarship: (12/8) Any female athlete, who is an American citizen or a legal resident, high school senior who will be entering college and pursuing a full-time course of study is eligible to apply. Applicants must have participated on an officially recognized high school athletic team and have a GPA of 3.5. There are several different scholarships offered through this organization.
Women’s Sports Foundation
Eisenhower Park
East Meadow, NY 11554
PHONE: (800) 227-3988
WEB: www.womenssportsfoundation.org/cgi-bin/iowa/funding/featured.html

Military Scholarship Information (Spring) Students who are interested in pursuing a college education either at a civilian college / university with the aid of an AFROTC scholarship or attending the United States Air Force Academy (a 4-year military institution) should start the question and application process for both of these programs by at least the spring of their junior year in high school (if not earlier). Mr. Donald Moses is the Admissions Liaison Officer (ALO) for the United States Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps program and the United States Air Force Academy. He is also the Minority Affairs Coordinator. For more information about these programs, please contact Mr. Moses at d.moses@larc.nasa.gov
PHONE: 757-864-1491.

National Academy of American Scholars, Inc. (5/1) Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, a high school senior with a GPA of at least a C average at time of application with plans to attend a four-year college upon graduation.
WEB: www.naas.org/senior.htm

National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc.: (3/1) Offers scholarships to students who have a 3.0 GPA, are high school graduating seniors, are enrolled in an accredited college or university, and are U.S. citizens.
1806 New Hampshire Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20009-3208
PHONE: (202) 483-4206
WEB: http://www.nanbpwc.org/index-11.html

National Center for Learning Disabilities: (12/31) Anne Ford Scholarship is for a high school senior with an identified learning disability (LD). Must be a US citizen. Women and minority students are encouraged to apply.
381 Park Avenue South, Suite 1401
New York, NY 10016-8806
PHONE: (212) 545-7510
WEB: http://www.ncld.org/about-us/learning-disability-scholarships-awards/anne-ford-allegra-ford-scholarships

National Hispanic Explorers Scholarship Program: (4/15) Must be a U.S. citizen of Hispanic background residing in the fifty states or Puerto Rico pursuing a science, computer science, engineering or NASA-related major. Must be enrolled in a college or university as a full-time student as of Fall. GPA 3.0 or higher. APPLY ON-LINE.
WEB: www.hispanicfund.org

Native American Scholarship Fund, Inc. (3/15, 4/15, 9/15) For American Indian students of any age, from any U.S. tribe, and in any state, striving to get an education. Awards are based on merit, academic achievement, and ambition.
8200 Mountain Rd., NE, Suite 203
Albuquerque NM87110
PHONE: (505) 262-2351
E-MAIL: NScholarsh@aol.com

National Scholarship Trust Fund of the Graphic Arts: (3/1) Renewable scholarships for students pursuing a degree and career in graphic arts. Must have a 3.0 GPA and be planning to attend college full time orbe attending college full time.
200 Deer Run Road
Sewickly, PA 15143-2600
PHONE: (412)741-6860
WEB: www.agitraining.com/pdfs/scholarship_application.pdf

National Association of Retired Federal Employees (NARFE): (4/25; Application available Feb. 2014) Must a child or grandchild of a member of NARFE. Scholarships awarded on basis of merit and 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Must be enrolled full time in accredited college or university. Scholarships awarded by regions.
606 N. Washington St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
PHONE: (703) 838-7760
WEB: http://www.narfe.org/home/articles.cfm?ID=1501

National Press Club Scholarship for Journalism Diversity: (3/1) The National Press Club, the leading professional organization for journalists, wants to recruit promising future journalists who will bring diversity to American journalism. The scholarship consists of a $2,000 one-year scholarship, which can be renewed for up to three years at $2,500 per year. The first-year scholarship includes an additional $500 book stipend, the Ellen Masin Persina Scholarship. The competition is open to high school seniors who are preparing to enter college and intend to become a journalist and who will bring diversity to U.S. journalism.

529 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20045
WEB: http://www.npc.press.org/activities/aboutscholarship.cfm

Optimist International: (4/15) The Essay Contest is sponsored by Optimist International to give young people the opportunity to write about their own opinions regarding the world in which they live. The guidelines require that contestants be under age 19 have not yet graduated from high school or the equivalent. Club winners advance to the District contest to compete for a $2,500 college scholarship.
Optimist International Programs Department
E-MAIL: programs@optimist.org
PHONE: (800) 500-8130, ext. 224
WEB: http://www.optimist.org/e/member/scholarships3.cfm

Organization of Chinese Americans Avon Scholarship: (4/18) Must be an Asian Pacific American woman entering the first year of college. Must be a US citizen or permanent resident with a GPA of 3.0.
1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 601
Washington, DC 20036
WEB: http://www.ocanational.org/?page=Programs_Scholarship

Organization of Chinese Americans UPS Scholarship: (4/15) Must be an Asian Pacific student with financial need who is entering the first year of college and is the first in their family to attend college. Must be a permanent resident or US citizen with a GPA of 3.0.
1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 601
Washington, DC 20036
WEB: http://www.ocanational.org/?page=Programs_Scholarship

Padgett Business Services Scholarship: (3/1) Must be a graduating high school senior who is planning to attend an accredited college or university. Must be a dependant of a small business owner who employs fewer than 20 individuals, owns at least 10% of the stock or capital in the business, and is active in the daily operations of the organization. Must be a US or Canadian citizen.
PHONE: (803) 9399397
WEB: http://www.padgettwestisland.com/htmlsite/scholarship.html

Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) (3/15) Must be a graduating high school senior, self identify as LGBT or as an ally to the LGBT community, demonstrate an interest in service to the LGBT community, and have applied to an accredited higher education institution.
Dr. Roy Gilbert Higginson: phone (202) 467-8180
E-MAIL: rgilbert-higginson@pflag.org

Pfizer Epilepsy Scholarship: (3/1) Must be a high school senior under a doctor’s care for epilepsy. Must be a good student who participates in activities outside the classroom. Please send proof of grades and activities, also two letters of recommendation (one must be from current doctor).
Pfizer Epilepsy Scholarship Award
c/o The Eden Communications Group
515 Valley Street, Suite 200
Maplewood, NJ 07040
PHONE:1-800-292-7373
WEB: www.epilepsy-scholarship.com

Print and Graphics Scholarship Program: (3/1) Student must be pursuing a career in graphic communication, printing or publishing. A high school senior/graduate enrolled in a two or four year accredited graphics or printing program at a technical school, college or university. Also, must be a full-time student with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
200 Deer Run Rd.
Sewickley, PA 15143-2600
PHONE: 412741-6860
e-mail: pgsf@piagatf.org
WEB: www.agitraining.com/pdfs/scholarship_application.pdf

Presbyterian Church: (4/1) Must be a member of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.); be a US citizen or permanent resident of the U.S. Also the student must demonstrate financial need. Must be high school senior. Must be recommended by a high school guidance counselor and a church pastor.
WEB: http://www.firstchurchtulsa.org/resources/scholarships.htm

Point Foundation (4/15) Must be either an active member of the GLBT community or a contributor to the GLBT community in the form of leadership and dedication. Must be a US citizen. Apply online
The Point Foundation
Post Office Box 261111 Lakewood, Colorado 80226
PHONE: (866) 3376468
WEB: www.thepointfoundation.org

Ronald McDonald House Charities: (2/1) Must be a graduating high school senior. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement, financial need, and community service.
RMHC of Denver, Inc.
1300 E. 21st Avenue
Denver, CO 80205
WEB: www.rmhc.org/rmhc/index/programs/rmhc_scholarship_program.html

Ron Brown Scholarship Program (1/9) For African Americans high school seniors who seek to become leaders in business, education, government, and a wide spectrum of professions. Applicants must demonstrate traits of excellence, leadership, commitment to public service, and desire to make a difference as well as demonstrate financial need.
Ms. Fran Hardey executive assistant
Ron Brown scholar program 1160 Pepsi Place, Suite 206
Charlottesville, VA 22901/
PHONE: 1-800-836-3911
E-MAIL: franh@ronbrown.org
WEB: www.ronbrown.org

Roberts, Wagner, Prickett, Simpson and DUSA Scholarship (3/1) Sponsored by the Society of Daughters of the United States Army. Must be the daughter or granddaughter of a career warrant or commissioned officer of the U.S. army who 1)is currently on active duty; 2) retired after 20 yrs. of service; or 3) was medically retired after 20 yrs. of service; 4)died while on active duty or after retiring with 20 yrs. or more of active service. The U.S. army must have been the primary occupation of the father of grandfather. Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0
Janet B. Otto 7717 Rockledge Court
Springfield, VA 22152-3854
WEB: www.dodea.edu/students/dusa.htm

Sachs Foundation Scholarships: (3/1) Must be an African American high school senior and a Colorado resident for a minimum of five years, demonstrating financial need.
90 South Cascade Avenue, Suite
1410
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
PHONE: (719) 633-2353
E-MAIL: sachs@frii.com
WEB: www.free-4u.com/sachs_foundation_professional_award.htm

Society of Automotive Engineers: (12/1) Must be a high school senior seeking an undergraduate degree in engineering or a related science that is accredited by ABET. . Must have at least a 3.5 GPA for the 10th and 11th grades and meet minimum requirements on the SAT and/or the ACT.
Educational Relations Division, SASE
400 Commonwealth Dr.
Warrendale, PA 15096-0001
PHONE: (724) 772-4047
WEB: www.sae.org/awdscholar/scholarships/undesignated

Society of Daughters of the United States Army: (3/1) Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Must be the daughter or granddaughter of a career warrant or commissioned officer of the U.S. army who 1) is currently on active duty; 2) retired after 20 years of service; or 3) was medically retired after 20 years of service; 4) died while on active duty or after retiring with 20 years or more of active service. The U.S. army must have been the primary occupation of the father of grandfather.
7717 Rockledge Court
Springfield, VA 22152-3854
WEB: www.dodea.edu/students/dusa.htm

Spinster’s Ink Young Feminist Scholarship: (12/31) Scholarship for young women in their last year of high school. Must submit an essay on what feminism means to them and the winning essay receives a $1,000 scholarship to the school of their choice and the opportunity to spend one week at a writer’s retreat.
32 East First St., #330
Duluth, MN 55802
WEB: www.spinsters-ink.com/scholarship.html

Target All-Around Scholarship: (11/1) Must be a graduating high school senior with a 2.0 GPA or higher that will be enrolled as a full-time student in a 2 or 4-year program. Volunteer service is considered in the selection process.
1505 Riverview Rd.
P.O. Box 480
St. Peter, MN 56082-0480/1-8005374180
WEB: www.target.com/target_group/community_giving/scholarships.jhtml

The Karla Scherer Foundation: (3/1) Must be a female majoring in Finance or Economics with plans for a corporate business career in the private sector. Both U.S. citizens and International students are eligible to apply. Students must request an application in writing by March 1st for the following academic year and they must enclose a stamped, self-addresses envelope with their request. Your letter requesting an application must identify the school you will attend, your major, and a description of your career plans.
737 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 2330
Chicago, IL 60611
PHONE: (562) 860-2451 ext. 2370.

Third Wave Scholarship for Young Women: (4/1) For full or part time students age 30 or younger who are enrolled at or have been accepted to an accredited college, university, or community college. The primary criterion for this scholarship is financial need. Students should also be involved as activists, artists, or cultural workers working on issues such as racism, homophobia, sexism, or other forms of inequality.
116 East 16th Street 7th Floor
New York, NY 10003
PHONE: (212) 388-1898
WEB: www.thirdwavefoundation.org/

Tylenol Scholarship Fund (4/30) Many scholarships available for undergraduate and graduate level study at an accredited two or four-year college or university or a vocational-technical school. Selection based on academic record, leadership responsibilities in school and community, those majoring in a health related course of study, and a clear statement of education goals.
1505 Riverview Road
PO Box 88
St. Peter, MN 50082
WEB: www.tylenol.com/page.jhtml?id=tylenol/news/subptyschol.inc

The United Methodist Youth Organization: (6/1) Must be a high school senior entering first year of undergraduate study. Must be a United Methodist youth, active in church for a minimum of a year prior to application deadline. Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident; pursuing a church-related field; C-average throughout high school, and must be able to establish financial need.

P.O. Box 340003
Nashville, TN 37203-0003
PHONE: (877) 899-2780 ext.7184
WEB: http://www.gbhem.org/loans-scholarships/scholarship-applications

The Walmart Competitive Edge Scholarship: High school students interested in a manufacturing industry and technology-related field and plan on attending an accredited college or university.
WEB: www.walmartfoundation.org/

The Jackie Robinson Foundation: (4/1) Must be a minority high school senior accepted by a four-year college or university in the Fall 2006 and a U.S. citizen. Minimum ACT and SAT scores, with leadership potential and displaying financial need.
Scholarship Program
3 West 35th St., 11th floor
New York, NewYork 10001-2204
PHONE: (212) 290-8600
E-MAIL: requests@jackierobinson.org
WEB: www.jackierobinson.org

The International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers (3/15) Must be a high school senior and a child or grandchild of an IFPTE member in good standing. Must be planning to attend an accredited two or four year accredited college or university or trade school.
Dominick D. Critelli, Jr. Scholarship
c/o IFPTE
501 3rd Street, NW
Suite 701
Washington, DC 20001
PHONE: (202) 239-4880
WEB: http://www.ifpte.org/join-us/benefits/scholarship/

The Ear Foundation (2/15) Must be a high school senior with a least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average. Must have significant (severe to profound) bilateral hearing loss and be a mainstreamed hearing-impaired student. Must be a US citizen and be accepted as a full-time student in college or university.
1817 Patterson Street
Nashville, TN 37203
PHONE: (voice/TDD): 1-800-545-HEAR
WEB: http://www.earfoundation.org

U.S. Bank Internet Scholarship Program: (1/28) Must be a high school senior planning to enroll full time in 2-year or 4-year college or university. Must be a US citizen or permanent legal resident. Register on line only.
WEB: www.usbank.com/cgi_w/cfm/studentloans/marketing.cfm

Union Plus Scholarship: (1/31) Must be a high school senior who has been accepted at an accredited college, university or trade school. Must be a dependant of a member of a union participating in the Union Plus program. Participating union members from Puerto Rico, Canada, Guam and Virgin Islands and U.S. citizens are eligible.
Union Plus Education
c/o Union Privilege
P.O. Box 34800
Washington, DC 20043-4800
WEB: www.unionplus.org/benefits/education/scholarship/up.cfm

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc: (2/1) Offers a general education scholarship for graduating high school women. Must show proof of college enrollment.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
National Educational Foundation
1734 New Hampshire Avenue
NW. Washington, DC 20009
WEB: www.zphib1920.org/nef/schapp.pdf

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