SCHOLARSHIP LIST #8 November 20, 2016
Check with the financial aid office of the college for local scholarships available only at that institution.
FOUNDATION EPSILON SIGMA ALPHA-Epsilon Sigma Alpha International (ESA) is a philanthropic service organization with state councils in 39 states and Australia. The ESA is a not for profit corporation which operates exclusively for charitable and educational purposes and is exempt from Federal Income Tax. The ESA website is www.epsilonsigmaalpha.org where you will find information. We offer over 200 scholarships annually for $248,000 plus. Scholarships are available to anyone who has graduated from high school (seniors) or has earned a GED. We have endowments for trade schools, community college, and undergraduate and graduate degrees.
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN-GEISINGER SCHOLARSHIP-The Geisinger Scholarship is a $20,000 per year annual award. The scholarship is renewable as long as the student maintains a 3.0 GPA, is enrolled full-time in the College of Engineering, and declares an Engineering major. The scholarship is awarded over eight semesters, or until the student completes his or her undergraduate program, whichever comes first. The full value of the award over eight semesters is $80,000. Student must be attending University of Michigan. The deadline is January 17, 2017. For scholarship applications or additional information, visit the ESO website at http://scholarships.engin.umich.edu/new-students/
KIWANIS CLUB-EARL COLLINS FOUNDATION: Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to saving the world one child and one community at a time.
Amount of $1000
Deadline: December 15, 2016
Application can be picked up in the counseling office.
US WOMEN IN NUCLEAR-The Callaway Energy Center’s Women In Nuclear Chapter is offering two $1000 scholarships to high school Seniors toward post-secondary education pursuits in power-related fields for the academic year 2017-2018. This would include students pursuing careers in electrical, gas or nuclear power generation including engineering programs in electrical, mechanical, civil, nuclear, computer science, or administrative assistant program or programs in business or technical schools. The scholarships are open to men and women. Additional requirements are applicants must include a letter of reference from a high school teacher or administrator, and include an essay on “My Career in the Energy Field”.
Applications can be picked up in the Counseling office.
The American Legion Eagle Scout of the Year – The nominee must be a registered, active member of a Boy Scout Troop, Varsity Scout Team, or Venturing Crew chartered to an American Legion post, American Legion Auxiliary unit or Sons of The American Legion squadron – OR – be a registered, active member of a chartered Boy Scout Troop, Varsity Scout Team, or Venturing Crew, and the son or grandson of a Legionnaire, Sons of The American Legion or Auxiliary member. The American Legion Scout of the Year will receive a $10,000 scholarship. Three runner-up scholarship awards will be granted in the amount of $2,500 each.
Application can be picked up in the Counseling office.