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January 8, 2014

Current Scholarships Available
Scholarship
Mensa Foundation

Amount
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Criteria
Graduating senior. Submit an essay of up to 550 words describing their career, vocational, or academic goals.

How to apply
http://www.mensafoundation .org/foundation/?LinkServID =DADFCFF0-E081-4C23C4F4FFD60970758C http://www.acetx.org/index.p hp?option=com_content&vie w=article&id=183&Itemid=39 4

Deadline
1/15/2014

$750 -1000

National Association of Federal Education Program

$2,500

Must demonstrate financial need

1/15/2014

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Gates Millennium Scholars

Based on need

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Colgate – Palmolive’s Haz La U scholarship

$15,000

Senior Must be African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander or Hispanic American Min. GPA 3.3 Federal Pell Grant eligible, visit fafsa.gov. Demonstrate leadership skills Be of Hispanic American heritage Be a U.S. Citizen or a legal permanent resident of the United States. . Minimum (GPA) of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale. Have plans to enroll full-time in a degree seeking program at a two or four year U.S. accredited institution in the U.S., during the 2014-2015 academic year

http://www.gmsp.org/default. aspx

1/15/2014

http://www.colgate.com/app/ Colgate/US/Corp/Communit yPrograms/Haz-La-U.cvsp

1/20/2014

Ronald McDonald House Charities Scholarship Frontier Fiesta (U of H) Sons of the Republic Texas History Essay Contest NROTC Scholarship Program

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Varies

Be a high school senior Be younger than 21 years old Be eligible to attend a two- or four-year college, university or technical school with a full course of study Must be a legal U.S. resident Must attend University of Houston Graduating senior Graduating seniors interested in becoming a commissioned officer in the navy or marines. US Citizen Meet physical standards. Applicant has FCC Amateur Radio License Graduating senior Must be US citizen Applicants will create an electronic presentation – content specific in application Graduating senior Plan to enroll in an accredited

http://www.rmhc.org/rmhcus-scholarships

1/21/2014

$1000 $1,000 - 3,000

http://www.uh.edu/fiesta/ http://www.srttexas.org/#!coc onte/cgkf https://www.nrotc.navy.mil

1/24/2014 1/31/14 1/31/14

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Full ride

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Austin Amateur Radio Club Scholarship Stephen F. Austin Daughters of the Republic of Texas Buick Achievers

TBD
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http://www.austincommunityf oundation.org/ama/orig/2013 _Radio_Full_Application.pdf http://www.stephenfaustindrt .org/scholarship-info/ http://www.buickachievers.c

1/31/2014

$1,000 Up to $100,000

2/17/14 2/28/2014

January 8, 2014
Scholarship over 4 years
 4 year college or university Majoring in Engineering/Technology or Design and Business related programs Pursuing a career in the automotive or related industries US Citizen Must have been enrolled at some point in a compensatory program (i.e. Title I, Bilingual/ESL, Migrant program, Homeless,etc)

om/

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Association for Compensatory Educators of Texas Barbara Jordan Historical Essay Competition SEG Foundation Scholarships

$1,000

http://www.acetx.org/index.p hp?option=com_content&vie w=article&id=183&Itemid=39 4 http://www.uiltexas.org/acad emics/essaycontests/barbara-jordan http://www.seg.org/web/foun dation/programs/scholarship

2/28/2014

TBD

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Students in grades 9-12 Graduating senior Plan to major in geophysics or related field such as geosciences, physics, geology, or earth and environmental sciences Graduating senior Min. 3.0 GPA Plan to attend an accredited college or university Plan to major in business, physical science, technology, engineering or math Pursuing a career in the Energy sector Member of a an underrepresented group in the sciences, technology, engineering, or math. Graduating senior African American, Hispanic/latino, or American Indian US Citizen or Perm Resident Min. 3.0 GPA Demonstrate financial need Planning to major in chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering, or chemically related science or chemical technology Planning a career in chemical sciences Graduating senior Plans to study design with a focus on footwear Graduating senior attending college starting Fall 2014 and have applied to UT Austin Preference given to students majoring in electrical, mechanical, and aerospace engineering; physics; mathematics; and computer science. Must be a junior in high school Must demonstrate financial need As a winner, you must participated in the Hamilton Leaders Academy

3/1/2014

$500 -14,000
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3/1/2014

American Association of Blacks in Energy

$3,000 -5,000

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http://www.aabe.org/index.p hp?component=pages&id=4

3/1/2014

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ACS Scholars Program

Up to $5,000

http://www.acs.org/content/a cs/en/funding-andawards/scholarships.html

3/1/2014

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Two Ten Footwear Design Scholarship

TBD

http://www.twoten.org/WhatWeDo/Scholarships/FootwearDesign-Scholarships.aspx

3/3/2014

UT Applied Research Laboratories Apprenticeship Program

Full Time Paid Summer Internship

http://www.arlut.utexas.edu/ education/HS_apprentice_a pplication.php

3/1/2014

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The Hamilton Award

$500

http://www.hamiltonfriends.o rg/apply.php

3/5/2014

January 8, 2014
    Graduating senior Live within 50 miles radius of Austin Police Department Graduation senior Relative of an active TRTA member Pursuing a degree in Education Studying television and film production Must attend 4-year school Academic excellence and financial need considered Non-US citizens eligible Female graduating seniors Based on financial need, leadership, academic achievement, and community service Students must have successfully completed at least 3.0 credits in two or more high school CTE courses. Students must be a full-time student in an accredited program. Must be US Citizen and Texas resident Minimum GPA of 3.0 Must demonstrate need through FAFSA Must be full-time student US Citizen Be a member of the Society of Mayflower Descendants or have parents/grandparents who is a member Be in upper 10th percentile in class Have ACT or SAT scores that is in 75th percentile Be a resident of Tx GPA 3.0 Member of Future Educators Association or child/grandchild of Phi Delta Kappan Major in Education US Citizen 2.5 GPA Attend a School that hosted 2 Central Texas Blood Drives Must be a Travis or Williamson County Resident Living with insulin dependent diabetes Senior from a Travis or Williamson County high school 3.0 on a 4.0 scale Enrolling in a music program at an accredited undergraduate institution High school junior or senior Graduating senior Competed at the UIL

Amigos en Azul Texas Retired Teachers Foundation Scholarship

$1,000

http://www.amigosenazul.co m/ http://www.trtf.org/index.cfm/ scholarships-grants/ http://www.collegegreenlight. com/page/scholarships/detai ls.jsp?scholarshipID=1304

3/10/2014

$500

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3/13/2014

Charles and Lucille King Family Foundation Scholarship

$3,500

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3/15/2014

Young Leaders Scholarship

$2,000

http://www.youngwomensalli ance.org/scholarships

3/15/2014

Mahindra Texas Pride

$1,000
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http://www.ctat.org/awardsand-scholarships/studentscholarships/

3/28/2014

Charles, Lela and Mary Slough Foundation Scholarship

$5,000

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www.midland.edu/slough

3/29/2014

Texas Society of Mayflower Descendants Scholarship Program

TBD

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https://www.themayflowerso ciety.com/pilgrim-news/1082013-gsmd-scholarshipinformation

4/1/2014

Phi Delta Kappa Prospective Educator Scholarship Blood Center of Central Texas Scholarship

Various Scholarship amounts

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http://pdkintl.org/programsresources/scholarshipsawards/prospectiveeducator-scholarships/ http://inyourhands.org/gag/s cholarship-information.php http://www.austincommunityf oundation.org/ama/orig/2013 _application_Aimee_Melissa _Davis.pdf http://www.austincommunityf oundation.org/?nd=scholars hipapps http://www.studentawardsea rch.com/scholarships.htm http://tilf.uiltexas.org/scholar

4/1/2014

$1000

4/1/2014

Aimee Melissa Davis Scholarship

TBD

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4/4/2014

SoundWave Music Scholarship

$500

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4/12/2014

B. Davis Scholarship Texas Interscholastic

$1,000 Varies

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5/26/2014 5/30/2014

January 8, 2014
League Foundation Scholarships
    Academic State meet or be a TSSEC outstanding soloist or state finalist in Essay competition Plan to attend an accredited college or university in Texas Min. 2.5 GPA Taken the SAT or ACT Additional criteria may exist depending on award

ships/how-to-apply/

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HEB/ Adelante future leaders Scholarship

$1,000.00

AnimationCareerReview. com Aspiring Animation Professional Scholarship

$1000

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Big Sun Scholarship

$500

Abbott & Fenner Scholarship Program Alice Madden Barton Scholarship Program AES Engineers Minority, Ethnicity and American Indian Scholarships

$1,000

TBD

$500

3.0, high school senior Texas resident Must attend college in these regions: San Antonio, McAllen, Austin, Edinburg, Austin, Laredo, Brownsville, Victoria, San Marcos, Houston, Del Rio, Beeville, Eagle Pass, Kingsville, Kerrville, Corpus Christi, Seguin, San Angelo, Midland, or Uvalde High school senior with demonstrable academic success Open to students intending to pursue a career in an animation related field. high school senior or be attending a post-secondary institute and currently involved in some sport at that institution or in the community.. Available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in any accredited post-secondary institution. High school student interested in Cosmetology or Barbering Seniors and students attending a post-secondary institution

http://www.cappex.com/scho larship/listings/H-EB/Adelante-Future-LeadersScholarship/-s-d-39698

5/31/2014

http://www.animationcareerr eview.com/animationcareerr eviewcom-aspiringanimation-professionalscholarship-program http://www.bigsunathletics.c om

6/1/2014

6/20/2014

http://www.abbottandfenner. com/scholarships.htm http://www.greatclips.com/st ylists/scholarship-program http://www.aesengineers.co m/scholarships.htm http://title7.nebo.edu/sites/titl e7.nebo.edu/files/Native%20 American%20Scholarship.pd f

6/14/14 6/30/14 10/6/2014

TBD

Must be of American Indian ethnicity

Ongoing

TG's Milton G. Wright Scholarship Drawing

$500

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Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation

$250- 2,500 Varies

Are eligible to receive federal student aid (Title IV) funding; Are, at the time of entry, at least 13 years old; Are a high school senior, graduate, or GED recipient Open to every high school student in the United States, this is a monthly online quiz tournament.

http://www.aie.org/miltwright-scholarship/index.cfm

Ongoing

http://www.cksf.org/ http://www.apiasf.org/scholar ship_other.html

Ongoing Varies

Varies

Other Asian & Pacific

January 8, 2014
Islander American Scholarships Hispanic Scholarship Fund United Negro College Fund Scholarships Varies Varies Varies http://www.hsf.net/innerCont ent.aspx?id=426 http://www.uncf.org/forstude nts/scholarship.asp

Varies Varies

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