Citronelle High School Guidance & Career Information

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National Guard

  • 100% tuition assistance

  • 1 weekend a month $140 per. Weekend

  • GI Bill $283 per month

  • Contact:

or Sgt. Gammon Brasier @ 895-1285

National Foundation for Advancement in the ARTS

  • Based on talent

  • Contact: 773-755-4732

National Restaurant Association Education Foundation

  • Post secondary Food Service education and career

  • $2000

  • April Deadline

  • Apply:

National Society of Black Engineers Scholarship

  • $1,000

  • Engineering or Math or Science Major at accredited college

  • November

Contact: National Society of Black Engineers Gulf Coast Alumni Chapter PO Box 1178 Gonzalez, FL 32560

National Student Nurses Association Scholarship


National Association of Secondary School Principals

  • Male / Female $1,000

  • Transcript Volunteer Community Service

  • Deadline December 7

  • Web site


Native Vision Scholarships/ Athletics

  • Native Vision accepts applications for three $1,000 scholarships that can be used for college expenses.

  • contact Marlena Trotta at the Native Vision Office, (410) 955-6931.

  • Apply:


  • GPA average “B” or higher

  • PSAT score at least 100/ 1000 on the SAT 22 Deadline February 1

Navy Recruiting District

  • US citizen

  • Male/ Female

  • High School Graduate or Possesses equivalency diploma

  • 17-26yrs old

National Achievement Scholarship Corporation

  • African-American Students w/ high PSAT

  • Contact: Achievement Program 1560 Sherman Avenue, Suite 200

Evanston, IL 60201 (847) 866-5100
National Association of Minority Engineering Program Administrators Scholarship Fund

  • Native American, Hispanic, African American

  • Up to $30,000

  • Contact: NAMEPA National Scholarship Foundation National Scholarship Selection Committee Chair

1133 West Mores Boulevard, Suite 201

Winter Park, Florida 32789-3788 (407) 647-8839

National Caucus of Black School Board Members Scholarship

  • Monetary award for accredited college

  • Financial need

  • $500

  • African American

  • December

  • Contact: NSBA Caucus Liaison 1680 Duke St. Alexandria, VA 22314

National Health Service Corps Scholarships

  • Contact:

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution 
Annual awards only for American Indians.  Award is intended to help Native American students of any age, any tribe, in any state who are striving to get an education. 

  • Awards based on financial need, academics and ambition.  Applicants must be Native Americans, be in financial need, have a minimum GPA of 2.75 (no exceptions), submit completed application, proof of Indian blood, 3 recommendation letters, official transcripts and letter giving family history, financial status and aims.  All academic levels are eligible and may be pursued at voc-tech schools or college/universities.  Undergraduates given preference

Contact: National Chairman-American Indian Committee
NSDAR-American Indians Committee
3738 South Mission Drive
Lake Havasu City, AZ  66406 

Native American Education Grant
Awarded to Presbyterian Indian: Aleut or Eskimo at the undergraduate level.  Amount: $200-$1,500.  Deadline: June 1.
Contact: Native American Education Grant
Presbyterian Church Financial Aid
00 Witherspoon Street
Louisville, KY  4020-1396
(502) 569-5760
NCR Foundation Minority Scholarship
Open to Black and other minority students who exhibit outstanding academic performance and who plan to major in accounting, finance, business, computer- science engineering or related fields.  Amount: $5,000-$20,000.
Contact: College Relations Consultant, NCR Corporation Headquarters
1700 S. Patterson Blvd.
Dayton, OH  45479
(513) 445-1777


Office of Indian Education Programs
This annually awarded (may be renewed) stipend is available to applicants recognized by the Secretary of the Interior as a member of a tribe and have at least ¼ degree Indian blood.  Recipients must be admitted for enrollment to an accredited institution and demonstrate financial need. 
Contact: US Bureau of Indian Affairs
U S Bureau of Indian Affairs
1951 Constitution Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20245 
(202) 343-4871

One Hundred Black Men of America Inc. Scholarship

  • $1,000 - $3000 for study at an accredited college

  • 2.5 GPA, Essay, emphasis on leadership activities

  • March Contact # : 141 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30303

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