The Newark High School Alumni Association has 3 scholarships they offer: The Kay Lutz Athletic and Academic Scholarship, The Bedingfield Spirit Award, and the Newark High School Alumni Association Scholarship. Please find the forms below:
Newark High School Alumni Association Scholarship
The Century Club Scholarship for $5000 is due March 1, and is for a Christina School District senior who resides in the Christina School District.
DSCA Scholarship - $1000 for a Delaware student with a 2.5 cum. GPA - due in the spring.
Edward W. Cooch Jr. Environmental Scholarship due Apr. 15.
Links Scholarship -awarded to a graduating African American female high school senior who has a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale, and who plans to attend a historically black college or university.
City of Wilmington Scholarship is due in May.
WHS Scholarship due April 30.
The Dream.US Scholarship is available for DACA or TPS eligible students. This is for $29,000 per year at Delaware State University or Purdue University Global.
Skilled Trades - those interested in this field should check out the application below.
The Rotary Scholarship Application is due in April.
The Shriners Scholarship is due in April.
The Delaware Scholarship Compendium Delaware Scholarship Compendium
Scholarships for Delaware Residents www.DelawareStudentSuccess.org
Delaware Community Foundation Scholarship Compendium Delaware Community Foundation Scholarship Compendium
Our 2020 Scholarships are now available for graduating seniors. You can find the application and additional information on our website at Delaware PTA Scholarships
Scholarships tend to repeat each year, so if one below is outdated, check online for an updated application.
The seven Scholarship Programs below are accepting applications between now and March 1. Please read the application instructions on the website carefully before applying.
1. SEG Scholarships - March 1 (150 Awards - $14,000)
2. Project Yellow Light Scholarships - March 1 (7 Awards - $5,000)
3. GreenIS - March 1 (3 Awards - $2,500)
4. Christophers Poster Scholarship Contest - February 27 (1 Award - $1,000)
5. VIP Scholarship - January 31 (1 Award - $5,000)
6. SP Scholarship - January 31 (10 Awards - $10,000)
7. YDI Scholarship - February 27 (1 Award - $1,000)
EDIS' Generation III Scholarship - financial need ,academic merit, pursuing Associate's or Bachelor's in architecture, engineering, or business
EDIS' GreenSense Scholarship - financial need, academic merit, pursuing an Associate's or Bachelor's in environmental studies
The Bryan Cameron Education Foundation is a private, family foundation which was established by the Bay Area philanthropist, Bryan Cameron, in 2015 on the principle of making an impact. Through our four-year undergraduate scholarship program, we aim to provide ample support for extraordinary young adults who see their college education as a stepping stone toward a lifetime of contribution to the greater good. Our substantial, merit-based scholarship is available to individuals who seek to use their gifts and talents to make a positive impact in their communities and society at large in all areas of study and ultimate career paths. This scholarship application is for juniors.
The Cameron Impact Scholarship will be awarded annually to approximately ten high-school seniors. This four-year merit-based scholarship is intended to cover the full ‘educational expenses’ at the recipient’s chosen collegiate institution (estimated to be between $20,000-$50,000 per annum). Recipients have complete freedom in the choice of their school and area of study, however, a stated goal of public service will be strongly considered.
The Cameron Impact Scholarship is a merit-based undergraduate scholarship for incomparable individuals who have the ability to make real, tangible contributions to their families, friends, and the greater society. To be eligible, a candidate must:
- have a cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.7;
- excel in extracurricular activities;
- exhibit strong leadership qualities;
- demonstrate active participation in community service;
- be a citizen of the United States.
Please contact me or visit our website www.bryancameroneducationfoundation.org to find more information about our Foundation and Scholarship.
-Attached is a letter from the Delaware Higher Education Commission about their scholarships for this year. Please read to know how to apply.
From: Adedeji, Oyinkan (PHI-TNC) [OAdedeji@tierneyagency.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 21, 2014 1:15 PM
Subject: RMHC® Scholarships Now Available!
RMHC® Future Achievers Selection Committee Members:
We are pleased to announce that applications are now available for the Ronald McDonald House Charities®(RMHC®) of the Philadelphia Region, Inc. Scholarship Program with the support of the McDonald’s® Owner/Operators of the Greater Philadelphia Region.
As a reminder, the four scholarships offered in the Greater Philadelphia Region are as follows:
• RMHC® Scholars for high school seniors of all backgrounds;
• RMHC®/African American Future Achievers for African American high school seniors;
• RMHC®/Hispanic American Commitment to Education Resources (HACER®) for Latino high school seniors; and
• RMHC®/Asian Students Increasing Achievement (ASIA) for Asian-Pacific high school seniors.
The RMHC Scholars, RMHC/African American Future Achievers and RMHC/HACER programs will each offer fifteen scholarships: two (2) at $5,000 and thirteen (13) at $2,000. The RMHC/ASIA program will offer ten scholarships: one (1) at $5,000 and nine (9) at $2,000. All college-bound high school seniors in Southeastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, and Kent and New Castle Counties in Delaware are eligible to apply for an RMHC scholarship.
Fifty-five (55) scholarships totaling up to $130,000 will be awarded to local high school seniors who demonstrate academic achievement, leadership, community involvement, financial need and plan on attending a two- or four-year college during the next academic year.
Do you know a student who fits this description? Encourage current high school seniors to apply online at https://aim.applyists.net/RMHC now through January 20. Applicants will be asked to submit a high school transcript, a letter of recommendation and a personal statement detailing their background and community involvement; only online applications will be accepted.
Thank you for assisting us in our mission to give students the opportunity to fulfill their educational goals. Feel free to pass onto any youth or student organizations as well. Should you have any questions or require additional information, please respond to this message or reach me at (215) 790-4375. We hope to see you at the selection committee meeting in the Spring!
On behalf of RMHC of the Philadelphia Region, Inc.
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philadelphia, pa 19102
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