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AAA Scholarship Foundation Scholarships available Private school scholarships now available for lowincome families. Informationwww.aaascholarships.org or 1-888-707-2465
Abbott & Fenner Business Consultants Scholarship Program $1000 scholarship award. Submit essay
on topic that appears on scholarship page of web site. For information
see: www.abbottandfenner.com/scholarships.htm
Abington Memorial Hospital Dixon School of Nursing (annual) Applicants must have 3.5 GPA,
complete a year of college study and then continue nursing education at
Dixon. Visit www.amhdixonson.org
AES ENGINEERS SCHOLARSHIP $500 award - applicant is not required to be taking Engineering courses
to be eligible. Award based on GPA and applicant’s character. Essay required. Information
available: www.aesengineers.com/scholarships.htm.
American Dream Scholarships (see TD Bank American Dream Scholarships)
American Heritage Federal Credit Union
(annual) must be member of American Heritage Federal
Credit Union. Fifteen $1,000 community scholarships awarded. Information: 215 969-0777 Ext.
2920. See website: www.amhfcu.org
American Legion - Scholarship and Financial Aid Information. Information on aid to veterans'
dependents and members of the American Legion family. www.legion.org or www.needalift.org
American Legion High School Oratorical Contest Sponsored by Pennsylvania American Legion. Also
essay contest, Drum Corps scholarship, and others. Scholarship awards. Information available: call 717
730-9100 or
www.pa-legion.com/programs/student-programs
Anna M. Vincent Scholarship Fund (annual) - Applicants must be residents of Philadelphia county, or
the 5-county Philadelphia area, or the counties of Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester in NJ. Evaluation
of applicant based one-third on ability, one-third on financial need, and one-third on work
history. Information available: 215 553-3208 or apply online at: www.annavincent.org
ASHE American Society of Highway Engineers Delaware Valley Section Scholarship Program Suggest
applicants be planning on majoring in Civil Engineering . Information
available: http://www.ashedv.org/events.html
Aviation Scholarship Program - applicants must be PA residents interested in aviation technology,
aviation management. Information available: www.acpfly.com
AXA Achievement Scholarship (annual) - U.S. News Media Group and AXA Equitable Life Insurance
Co. award total of $670,000 in scholarships. One $10,000 scholarship awarded in each of the 50 states,
plus Washington DC and Puerto Rico. Possible internship with AXA Equitable. Applicants must
demonstrate "drive & determination to reach goals, the ability to succeed in a college environment, and
respect for self, family and community. Information available: www.axa-achievement.com
B Davis Scholarship Visit website for information on this $1,000
scholarship. www.studentawardsearch.com/scholarships.htm
Big Sun Scholarships All student athletes eligible for this $500 award. Information
available: www.bigsunathletics.com
Big 33 Scholarship Foundation
Available to students enrolled in a public or private school in Ohio or
PA. Includes nursing, waste management, and general scholarships. Apply online. See
website: www.Big33.org
Boston University Trustee Scholarship Competition Four-year, full tuition scholarship Information
available: www.bu.edu/admissions/trustee
Bucks County Community College Scholarship Opportunities A number of scholarships are available.
For details go to: www.bucks.edu/about/foundation/scholarships
Buick Achievers Scholarship Program 100 scholarships each up to $25,000 per year, 1000 scholarships
each at $2,000. Applicants should be planning to major in a field of study that focuses on Engineering,
Technology, Design, or Business, with an interest in the automotive industry. Funded by the
BM Foundation. Information available: www.buickachievers.com
Burger King Scholars Program $50,000, $25,000, $5,000 or $1,000 awards available. Applications
available online Sept.15 - Feb. 2 Eligibility criteria on
website: http://www.bkmclamorefoundation.org/WhatWeDo/ScholarsProgram or
www.haveityourwayfoundation.org/bksp_scholaship_eligibility.html
Cabrini College Catholic High School student $3000 scholarship. A non-need based award to students
attending a Catholic high school. Contact Admissions Office 800 848-1003 or www.cabrini.edu
Carroll A. Lambton Memorial Fund Open to children of employees of the National Contract
Management Assoc., or the U.S. Dept. of Energy, and a resident of PA. Information
available: [email protected]
Cengage Learning Scholarship $2500 scholarship Students should create a short video that illustrates
their identity as a unique learner. . . Information available: www.cengage.com/mindtap/slice
Chestnut Hill Rotary Scholarship Contest Students must reside or attend school in Chestnut Hill, Mt.
Airy, or Germantown or zip code 19038. Essay required. Awards of $1,000 or $500
available. Information: www.chestnuthillrotary.org
City of Philadelphia City Scholarship Program (annual) Student and parents must be residents of
City of Philadelphia thrughout continuation of scholarship award . Scholarship may be used at colleges
in Philadelphia five-county area. Minimum of 3.0 required. Based on academics, leadership, and
financial need. 50 students selected each year. Applications and contact information available in
College Counseling Center.
Clarence Schock Foundation Awards $1,000 per year for 4 years to students attending Cheyney,
Kutztown, Millersville, Shippensburg, or West Chester Universities: or awards $2,000 per year for 4
years to students attending Elizabethtown College. Information
available:www.clarenceschockfoundation.org
Clyde M. McGeary Scholarship Fund Awards scholarships to students enrolled in a PA higher education
program leading to a degree in art education. 717 236-5040
Coca-Cola Scholarship (annual) 250 awards presented annually with 50 scholarships for $20,000 and
200 scholarships for $10,000. Leadership, commitment to community, academic
achievement. Deadlline: Oct. 31. See web site www.coca-colascholars.org for specific details
Colgate-Palmolive Hispanic Scholarship Fund "Make the U" scholarship program Grand Prize winner
is awarded a $15,000 Educational Grant, 10 Second Prize winners receive $2,500 Education
Grant. Information available at www.colgate.com/hazlau or 877 473-4636
Columbus Citizens Foundation Scholarships For Italian-American students who demonstrate financial
need and academic excellence and will enter Penn State University or Bowling Green State
University. Awards up to $10,000 annually toward college. Information: 212-249-9923 Ext.
231 or: www.columbuscitizensfd.org/scollege.shtml.
CORE Scholarships (College Opportunity Resources for Education) Scholarships for students who
reside in Philadelphia for select PA colleges and universities. Information
available: www.corescholars.org
Crown & Caliber Entrepreneur's Scholarship One $1,000 scholarship offered based on student's
entrepreneurial abilities. Question: If given a baudget of $1,000 to initiate a startup that could rapidly
threatean major organizations, what startup would you propose? Crown & Caliber will present the top
submissions to a team of venture capitalists who will provide their opinions on the pros & cons of each
business plan. Finalists will be featured on CrownandCaliber.com for voting on the
winner. Information: www.crownandcaliber.com Scroll to bottom of page and click scholarships
Delaware Valley Mensa Foundation Scholarship Awards from $300 - $1000 based on essay describing
applicant's career, vocational or academic goals. For information
see www.mensafoundation.org/scholarships
Drexel University offers a number of special interest scholarships.
Please go to http://drexel.edu/drexelcentral/finaid/grants/special-interest-scholarships/ for details.
Some listed there are: The Eagles Fly for Leukemia Scholarship
Performing Arts Scholarship
Scholarship for students majoring in mechanical engineering and one for business, plus many more!
Dunkin Donuts Annual Regional Scholarship Program Up to 25 $1,000 scholarships. Recipients
selected on basis of "well-rounded" character: positive academic record, demonstrated leadership,
commitment to school and community activities, and experience in a work environment. Online
application at: www.dunkindonuts.com/scholarship. Information available: 610 397-1058.
Eastern PA Youth Soccer Association Awarded to seniors attending public or non-public high schools
within the Eastern PA Youth Scholarship Assoc. Information available: 215 6577727 or www.epysa.org go to Programs and Camps and click college scholarship
"FIRE" FREEDOM IN ACADEMIA Student Essay Contest Awarded by the Foundatin for Individual
Rights in Education (FIRE) Write an in-depth essay explaining why free speech and First Amendment
rights are crucial to higher education and how abuses of these rights harm the college
experience. Deadline early Nov. Information available: http://www.thefire.org/student-network/essaycontest/ or 215 717 3473
Fireside Catholic Publishing $1,000 prize for essay on "How Your Religious Education Influenced Your
Life" Only one student per school may participate - essay due mid-December. Information
available: 800 676-3264 Ext. 114 or: http://www.firesidecatholic.com/schools/firesideessayscholarship/
First Freedom Student Competition – a national essay and video contest. Both essay and video awards
are $2500 each. For topic, guidelines and registration visit.www.firstfreedom.org
First Trust Samuel A. Green Scholarship Program (see Samuel A. Green) (annual)
The Foundation for Enhancing Communities offers several scholarships. www.tfec.org
Gallery Collection's 5th Annual Create-A-Greeting-Card $10,000 Scholarship Contest. Submit a
unique photo, piece of artwork, or computer graphic for the front of a greeting card. Student with best
design wins a $10,000 scholarship. Information: www.gallerycollection.com/greeting-cardsscholarships.htm
Gary M. Slezak Memorial Scholarship Fund Awards presented annually to a dependent of an employee
of Heatrex, Inc. Seewww.crawfordheritage.org
GCFP Scholarship Garden Club Federation of Pennsylvania Ten $1,000 scholarships awarded to
students who plan to study horticulture, landscape architecture, conservation, forestry, botany,
agronomy, environmental control, city planning, land management and/or related
subjects. Vist www.pagardenclubs.org/forms.html
Gates Millennium Scholars Must be African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific
Islander American or Hispanic American. GPA of 3.3. Also must have significant financial need (meet
the Federal Pell Grant eligibility criteria) and demonstrated leadership skills. Applications due in
January. Visit website: www.gmsp.org.
GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarships Rewards up to 20 students each year with $10,000 per year
renewable for up to four years. Applicants must demonstrate that they exhibit the values of Ronald
Reagan: leadership, drive, integrity and citizenship. Nominations required plus an essay. Information
available by e-mail: [email protected] or www.reaganfoundation.org/gescholarships.aspx or phone 1-855-670-4787.
Goddard School Anthony A. Martino Memorial Scholarship (AAMMS) $10,000 scholarship open to
any junior or senior in high school who graduated from a Goddard School Pre-Kindergarten and/or
Kindergarten program. Information available at www.goddardschool.com/approach-toeducation/scholarship or: 215 328-9868.
Greenleaf Scholarship Program Annual scholarships to dependents of an employee of Greenleaf
Corp. Visitwww.crawfordheritage.org/scholarship.html
Hearing Loss Association of America Generation X of Delaware Valley Chapter Scholarship Two $500
awards to seniors with a hearing loss. Applicants must have a 50db loss or more, and wear a hearing aid
or cochlear implant. Information available 610 525-9921 or: www.hearingloss.org
Hilltown Township Civic Association Scholarship (annual) Must be resident of Hilltown Township,
Bucks County. Four $1,000 awards.
Hispanic Heritage Foundation (annual) Must be Hispanic high school senior. Awards range from
$1,000 to $3,000. Top winner will receive $5,000 grant and a laptop computer. Award categories
include: Academic Excellence, Education, Healthcare, Community Service, Engineering & Mathematics,
Journalism, and Sports. Apply online at www.HispanicHeritage.org
Horatio Alger Association Scholarship Program (annual) Must have financial need and have exhibited
integrity and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity. Awards range from $2,500 to
$20,000. Deadline end of October.
Information available: 866 7639228 or: www.horatioalger.org/scholarships
Horsham Lions Club (annual) Must be resident of Horsham Township, Montgomery County,
PA Several acadamic college scholarships awarded. Information available: 215 8301443 or: www.HorshamLions.com
Hughesian Free School Trust (annual) Awards grants for undergraduate studies to financially needy
students who are LEGAL residents of Buckingham Township. Information available: Deborah
Fraser 215 598-3712
John McKee Scholarships (annual) College or vocational training scholarships for high school seniors
who are fatherless, in need of financial assistance, and native to the five county Philadelphia
area. Preference given to those planning a career in the U.S. Navy. Awards begin at $2,500 for 1st year,
then grow in increments of $1,000 up to $5,500 in 4th year ($16,000 maximum) total). SAT
required. Applicatons are due before Feb. 1 and are available in College Counseling Center. Also
see: www.mckeescholars.org
John G. Williams Scholarship Foundation Provides financial assistance for promising persons who lack
the resources to pursue higher education. Information available: 717 763
1333 or www.jgwfoundation.org
Joseph L and Vivian E. Steele Music Scholarship Fund Provides scholarships to students of serious
classical music in the fields of composition, composition/teaching, performance and
performance/teaching. 717 236-5040
KFC Colonel's Scholars Program (annual) Online application available until Feb. 10. Program to assist
students with financial need - awards up to $5,000 per year. Must have GPA of 2.75 and plan to enroll
in a public, in-state college or university. Complete application online at: www.kfcscholars.org or
call: 866-KFC-7240
Keppra Family Epilepsy Scholarship Program (annual) Must be epilepsy patient - Twenty $5,000
scholarships available. www.Keppra.com
or: 1 888 275 7928
Kids' Chance of PA Scholarships www.kidschanceofpa.org Open to children of workers who have been
seriously injured or killed in PA work-related injuries. 484 945-2104
Kohl's Cares Scholarship Program (annual) Nominees are eligible for $1,000 to $5,000 scholarship
awards. Forms available at any participating Kohl's Store or online at: www.kohlskids.com Phone: 262
703-6312.
La Salle University Music Ministry Scholarship Scholarship money ($2,500 to $10,000) available for
instrumentalists such as keyboardist, guitarist, flautist, violinist, etc., to work with La Salle's Campus
Ministry program to provide music at weekly Sunday liturgy as well as special liturgies during the
year. Information available: www.lasalle.edu/admiss/fin_aid/scholarship_pros.php#4 or 215 9511048.
Left-Handed Student Scholarship The Scholarship for Left-Handed Students who will be attending
Juniata College. More information write to: Office of Student Planning, Juniata College, 1700 Moore St.,
Huntington, PA 16652 www.juniata.edu
The Maguire Scholars’ Program – Must demonstrate financial need and have a GPA of 3.0. For
additional details and participating colleges see your counselor or go to
http://www.maguirefoundation.org/college.php
McKelvey Foundation (annual) The McKelvey Foundation Entrepreneurial Scholarship available to all
high school seniors who have demonstrated entrepreneurial spirit by owning and operating their own
businesses while in high school. Awards up to $10,000 per year for 4 yrs. Awards based solely on
demonstration of entrepreneurial spirit. Apply by January 25. Visit
website: www.mckelveyfoundation.org Information available: 1-877-625-3583.
A. Marlyn Moyer, Jr. Scholarship Foundation
(annual) Must be resident of Bucks County. Must be
academically qualified, have record of involvement in community, church and/or other activities,
financial need. Six to eight awards from $2,500 to 5,000. Sponsored by Lower Bucks Chamber of
Commerce. www.lbccc.org Click services and resources and then partners and links
Martin J. Mitchell Scholarship Fund Open to a child of an employee or former employee of Iron Age
Corp. who displays academic promise and participates in extracurricular and community activities. 412
787-4100
Mervyn Sluizer Jr. Scholarship Award (annual) Provides scholarships to Boy Scouts and former Boy
Scouts residing in 8-county Philadelphia area
Must have attained the rank of Eagle. Information available: 215 563-6417, Ext.
119 or: www.philafound.org
National Academy of American Scholars NAAS Awards Minimum of 2.0 GPA Must use approved
NAAS forms to apply Forms available atwww.naas.org or: 1-800-541-3840
National Assoc. for College Admission Counseling Essay Contest (annual) Awards of $5,000, $3,000,
$2,000, and $1,000 (10 semi-finalists) for essay describing a teacher, counselor, or experience that has
influenced your decision to go to college. Information available: 800 8226285 orwww.nacacnet.org. Essays may be submitted by e-mail to [email protected]
National Association of Secondary School Principals Prudential Spirit of Community Awards (see
Prudential)
National Catholic College Admission Association (The National CCAA Scholarship) Awarded to 8
college-going high school seniors. A one-time $1,000 award. Information available
www.catholiccollegesonline.org
National Commission for Cooperative Education (annual)
Offers 195 merit co-op scholarships at the 10 NCCE WACE Partner Colleges and Universities. Applicants
must be accepted at one of the following schools: Clarkson University, Drexel University, Johnson &
Wales University, Kettering University, Rochester Institute of Technology, SUNY Oswego, University of
Cincinnati, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, University of Toledo, and Wentworth Institute of
Technology. Information and application available:
www.waceinc.org: 978-934-1870
The Hispanic Scholarshp Fund (National Commission for Cooperative Education) Applicant must be of
Hispanic heritage, U.S. citizen, minimum GPA of 3.0, and apply for financial aid using the FAFSA
form. Apply online at 222.hsf.net.
National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Young Entrepreneur Award - Scholarship
recognizes students who have demonstrated entrepreneurial spirit / initiative. Must have an
established business. To apply see: www.NFIB.com/YEA or call 202 314 2042.
National Federation of the Blind and The National Fedration of the Blind of
Pennsylvania Scholarships available to blind or visually impaired students. Information available: 215
988-0888 or www.nfbp.org.
National Italian American Scholarship Foundation (NIAF) Applicants must be of ITALIAN DESCENT with
at least one ancestor who has emigrated from Italy, or a student of any ethnic background majoring or
minoring in the Italian language, Italian studies, Italian-American studies, or a related field. NIAF
scholarship recipients selected based on academic merit - must have a GPA of 3.5 to apply. More than
100 annual scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $12,000. Information available: 202 9393118 or: www.niaf.org
The National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) in Washington, DC has many
scholarships available to high school seniors. Please review the information below to see if you are
interested. National scholarship link: http://www.dar.org/national-society/scholarships/general-info
Neducsin Spirit of Manayunk Scholarship Fund Provides three partial scholarships - applicant must be
a resident of zip codes 19127 or 19128. Must document community service to Manayunk and be
outstanding student. Information available: 215 4834800 or: www.neducsin.com orwww.northlightcommunitycenter.org Application available online.
Nightingale Awards of PA Grants scholarships annually to PA residents who are studying nursing at
the basic or advanced level and intend to practice in the state. Information available: 717 9090351 or www.nightingaleawards.org
North Penn Area Scholarship Fund Association (annual) Must reside within North Penn School
District. Awards range from $500 to $2,000. Must rank in top half of class. Awards also based on
financial need, school and community service. See website: www.npasfa.org
Order Sons of Italy in America Grand Lodge of PA Scholarships available to members or children of
members. Visit www.sonsofitalypa.org
Partnership for Access to Higher Education (PATH) Offers qualifying students additional financial aid
via educational grants. A participating PATH organization nominates student who must be a State Grant
recipient and have a federal student loan; student should demonstrate financial need for a PATH
grant 800 692-7392 or www.pheaa.org
Patterson Scholarship Best-selling author James Patterson's initiative. Several college specific
scholarships are available. www.jamespatterson.com click ‘about James’
PennAg Open to the children of PennAg employees 717 6515920 or www.pennag.com/ageducation.htm
Pennsylvania Forestry Association Forestry scholarships http://pfa.cas.psu.edu
Pennsylvania House of Representatives Scholarship Program $2,500 scholarship awards to two
seniors who reside in PA who will attend a PA college or university. Scholarship may be renewed each
year. Information available: 717 236-5040 or www.ghf.org orwww.pahousescholarship.com
Pennsylvania Professional Fire Fighters Association Applicants must be children of active members or
children of members who have died in the line of duty. Information available: 507 9311682 or www.ppffa.org
Pennsylvania School Public Relations Association Scholarship Three $500 one-year scholarships for
students planning a career in a communications field - must have a 3.0 GPA. Awards announced late
March.
Visit www.penspra.org. for more information.
Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers (Valley Forge Chapter) Scholarship program open to
students who either live in, or attend high school in Montgomery County and plan on pursuing an
engineering degree. Applicants will be competing for two 5-year scholarships to Drexel, or a 4-year
scholarship to Temple. Cash awards also will be made by the PSPE. Applications due early
January. www.pspe.org/valleyforge
Pennsylvania Society of Professional WEngineers – www.pspe.org/education/scholarships
Pennsylvania State Young American Bowling Alliance Provides scholarships to bowlers 717 7572860 or [email protected]
Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union Scholarship (PSECU) Applicants must be PSECU member,
or family of a member, or living in household of a member. Check eligibility at
psecu.com/eligibility. Information available: www.psecu.com/scholarships
PHEAA Academic Excellence Scholarship Award Program Provides scholarships of $1,500 to students
who applied and qualified for the federal Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship but did not receive the
scholarship. 800 692-7392 or www.pheaa.org
PHEAA New Economy Technology Scholarship (NETS) Program Must be high school graduate, be
enrolled at PA school in an approved science, technology, or allied health program, and agree to work
full-time in Pennsylvania following college graduation, one year for each year a scholarship is
received. Provides up to $3,000 per year. Information: 717 720 2800 or: www.PHEAA.org
Philadelphia Publinks Golf Association Applicant must have participated in a PIAA/NJSIAA golf team,
or have played in PPGA events, or have been employed in a golf related job at any public golf
course. Information available: www.phillypublinks.com
Platt Caddie Scholarship (annual) Awards range from $200 to $7000 for golf caddies - must have
been a regular caddie for at least one year at a Golf Association of Philadelphia (GAP) member
club.
Information available: 610 687-2340 Ext. 21
Apply online
at www.PlattCaddieScholarship.org
Prudential Spirit of Community Awards In conjunction with National Association of Secondary School
Principals. Awards for students who have taken part in community service activities. Student applies by
early Nov., faculty certification two weeks later. Information available: 877-5258491 or spirit.prudential.com or www.nassp.org/spirit.
Robert S. King Scholarship Awarded to Philadelphia high school seniors pursuing an associate's degree
at Community College of Philadelphia. Twenty awards covering tuition and fees (based on Philadelphia
residency). Information available: 215 751-8000 orwww.ccp.edu.
Robertson Scholars Program (Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill) (annual) four-year scholarship of #140,000
awarded to 15 scholars. Criteria: behavior grounded in strong ethical principles, superior academic
achievement, intellectual curiosity, demonstrated leadership, active commitment to helping others and
to community service, courage and collaborative spirit . www.robertsonscholars.org/apply/high-school
Ron Brown Scholarship (annual) must be highly motivated African-American and academically
talented. Awards $10,000 per year for 4 years at any 4 year college in the U.S. 2 deadlines: Nov. 1 to
have application information forwarded to additional scholarship providers, and Jan. 9 to be
considered for the Ron Brown Scholar program ONLY. Applications available on website. Check
website www.ronbrown.org. or Phone: 434-964-1588.
Ronald McDonald House Charities
RMHC/Scholars awards two $5,000 and thirteen $1,000 scholarships. RMHC/African American Future
Achievers awards two $5,000 and thirteen $1,000 scholarships to studnts of African/American or Black
Caribbean heritage. RMHC/HACER (Hispanic American Commitment to Education Resources)
awards two $5,000, thirteen $1,000 scholarships to students of HIspanic/Latino
heritage., and RMHC/ASIA awards scholarships to Asian-Pacific students. Phone # 855-670-4787
or: www.rmhc.org. To apply online: https://aim.applyists.net/RMHC
Rosemont College Cornelian Scholarship Awarded to two Catholic high school seniors
annually. Covers 100% of tuition and fees for 4 years. Must have 3.5 /4.0 GPA, 1100 (Crit. Reading &
Math) or 24 ACT, essay required, plus letter of recommendation. Information available: 610 527-0200
or www.rosemont.edu
SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) (annual) Must intend to earn a degree in engineering or a
related science. Deadline Dec. 1. Seewww.sae.org/students/engschlr.htm
Saint Joseph’s University has a variety of scholarships. Go to: www.sju.edu/information/scholarships
Saint MIchael's College, Colchester, VT Edmundite Scholarship (worth $20,000 over 4 years)
awarded to a Catholic high school graduate who is admitted to St. Michael's College. Information
available: 802 SMC 8000.
Sammy / USA Today Scholarships (Milk Processor Education Program) $7,500 scholarships awarded
to 25 national winners based on academic performance, athletic excellence, leadership, and community
service. Sammy applications will ONLY be accepted online atwww.sammyapplication.com Visit
Facebook.com/MIlkMustache for rules and information.
Samuel A. Green Firstrust Bank Scholarship Program (annual) Open to high school seniors planning to
attend a 4-year college or university. Awards a total of $70,000 in scholarships. Requires either a 250word essay or a video presentation. Applications available atwww.firstrust.com/scholarship or at
Firstrust banking offices. 800 220-BANK
Scholarship Fund of the Union League Open to students from Greater
Philadelphia www.ulheritagecenter.org
Siemens Foundation Competition in Math, Science and Technology. College scholarships granted for
original projects - prizes varying from $1,000 to $100,000. Entries due Oct. 1. Information available
at http://www.siemens-foundation.org or www.college-board.com/siemens
SMART Scholarships SMART program for scholarships of $25,000 - $41,000 for students pursuing a
degree in science, technology, engineering and math. 300 scholarships awarded. Deadline: Dec.
1. Information http//.smart.asee.org
Sons of Italy Foundation Scholarships (annual) Must be U.S. citizen of Italian descent. Mail
address: Sons of Italy Foundation, National Leadership Grant Competition, 219 E. St. NW, Washington,
DC. 20002.
See web site for specific details www.osia.org
St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY Two Foreigh Language Scholarships available. Must have
proficiency in French or Spanish, minimum 1000 SAT, or 22 ACT composite score. Winners receive
$3,000 annually if they complete two foreign language courses during first year at Fisher, and maintain a
3.0 GPA. Information available: 585-385-8064, or 800 4444640, or www.sjfc.edu/freshman/scholarships
The Stephen Philips Memorial Scholarship Fund Open to students entering accredited college or
university in the U.S. and are permanent residents of New England or Mid-Atlantic States. 978 744
2111 or www.phillips-scholarship.org
Student Award Search Aid formerly the B. Davis Scholarship Information
available: www.studentawardsearch.com/scholarships.htm
Scholarship information and search - https://studentaid.ed.gov/
Student Scholarships.org Website listing various scholarships including
SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstake $1,000 scholarship. Eligibility not based on GPA or
financial need. Apply online atwww.offtocollege.info Enter mid-September. One winner every 2
weeks from October to May. First drawing end of October. visit www.offtocollege.info
Susanna DeLaurentis Charitable Foundation Awards 10 or more $1,000 scholarships to college-bound
seniors with superior academic and extra-curricular achievements who contend with a chronic disease
or other serious challenge to physical or mental health. Information available 215 6359405 or: www.thesusannafoundation.org
Templeton Press Scholarships for Civics-Minded Seniors Two scholarships each with prize of
$5,000. Applicants write essay or compose a video response to excerpts from book "New Threats to
Freedom". Sample topics: The Loss of the Freedom to Fail" or "Campus Censorship in Academia"
. Information available: http://newthreatstofreedom.com/contests
Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund - Awards more than 2000 merit scholarships to students
attending the 47 member public Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). Information
available: 212 573-8888 or www.thurgoodmarshallfund.org
Union League Scholarship See "Scholarship Fund of the Union League".
U.S. News Media Group Scholarships - see AXA Equitable Life Insurance above.
United Way Scholarships Available to affiliated union members and their families. 800 2423770 or www.uwsepa.org
University of the Sciences' Mayes College of Healthcare Business and Policy Business competition
open to all sophomore, junior & senior students. Scholarships & cash prizes in excess of
$10,000. Winning team to develop the best Healthy Lifestyles campaign using social media. Selected
presentations to be made in November. Information available: www.usciences.edu
Washington Crossing Foundation Scholarship Awards. Must be planning a career in government or
militaty service. Scholarship awards range from $1,000 - $5,000. Information available on
website: www.gwcf.org.
or: 215 949-8841. Deadline Jan. 15.
Wendy's High School Heisman Scholarship Award Honors high School students who excel in
academics, athletics, and student leadership. Must have at least a B average. Applications due by Oct.
2. Information available: WendysHeisman.com
William Dale Murphy Scholarship Fund Open to seniors who are dependents of a Conrail
employee 412 893-728
The Wilmot E. Fleming - Eugene C. Fish Scholarship Reserved for a qualifying resident of PA 215 9498841 or visit www.gwcf.org
Youth Volunteer Scholarship Award - $1,500 award. Over the past two years a students must have a
GPA of 3.5 or greater and have completes 50 hours of volunteer work. Application can be found at
www.studentscholarshiprs.org/volunteer.php
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