Citronelle High School Guidance & Career Information


Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Deadline: October Amount: ,000 to ,000



Download 0.91 Mb.
Page7/17
Date27.10.2016
Size0.91 Mb.
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   ...   17

Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation

  • Deadline: October Amount: $20,000 to $4,000

  • See web site www.coca-colascholars.org



Coast Guard

http://www.uscg.gov



Coast Guard Recruiting Initiative for the Twenty First Century Program


  • Contact: www.uscg.mil/jobs

  • Male/ Female Minority age: 17-23

  • Citizen of US / Unmarried Physical Requirements SAT/ ACT


Capps College Merit Scholarship Program


  • 500 word essay

  • Begin program within 6 months of graduation

  • Deadline May



Coca-Cola Scholarship

  • Students active in school and community service

  • October 31

  • Must apply on line

www.coca-colascholars.org

Comcast Cable Scholarship


  • Performing Arts Amount: $1000 for study at accredited college

  • 5 minute video of student performing in a play, dramatic monologue

  • Due: October Contact: 251-470-7821


Converse College Excellence in Leadership

  • Amount: $500 -$2000 female


Converse College Justin V. R. Milliken Honor Scholarship Program


  • Various monetary awards Female

  • ACT 22+ GPA 3.0 unweighted

  • October

  • Contact: Director of Admissions

  • Converse College

  • 580 East Main Street

  • Spartanburg, South Carolina 29302-0006


Commitment to Agriculture Scholarship Program


  • Family engaged in production agriculture and student seeking agriculture related major for career

  • Average + GPA 18+ ACT Amount $1500 February deadline

  • Will Attend accredited 2 or 4 year college or Voc. Tech. School

  • Contact: www.monsanto.com , www.nafb.com , or www.ffa.org

Commitment to Agriculture Scholarship Program

C/o National FFA Organization,

Scholarship Office

PO Box 68960

Indianapolis, IN 46268-0960 (888) 476-9332



Council of Energy Resource

  • Scholarships for study in engineering, science, business, or related fields. 

  • Amount: $1,000. 

  • Contact: Council of Energy Resource
    1999 Broadway, Suite 2600
    Denver, CO  80202



Council of Energy Resource Tribes (CERT)

  • Annual award for motivated American Indian or Canadian Indian CERTs Tribes Program graduates and CERT summer interns studying various eligible academic majors. 

  • Students must submit resume, letter stating goals, Tribal affiliation, college transcripts, written work sample, and specific letters of recommendation. 

  • Funds may be used for living expenses, books, clothing or other needs. The goal of CERT Scholars is to assist students in defraying the cost of education.

  • Award amount: $1,000 per year, renewable up to 5 years-need not be consecutive years.

Contact: Lesley Jackson, Education Manager
Council of Energy Resource Tribes
1999 Broadway-Suite 2600
Denver, CO  80202 
(303) 297-2378

Council on Career Development for Minorities

  • Annually awarded scholarship for ethnic minority undergraduates. 

  • Applicants should show outstanding academic records and be enrolled in an approved accredited university or college. 

  • Contact: Scholarship Coordinator

Council on Career Development for Minorities

1341 W Mockingbird Ln, Suite 412-E

Dallas, TX  75247  (214) 631-3677

J. Craig & Page T. Smith Scholarship Foundation


  • Graduating Alabama high school senior entering accredited Alabama Colleges for fall term

  • Applicant must be first of family to attend college.

  • Essay on future plans or goals

  • Essay documenting community and civic-oriented activities or assistance to family members.

  • 3 signed personal recommendation letters

  • Recipient must maintain full-time status with a minimum ‘C+’ average

J. Craig & Page T. Smith Scholarship Foundation

505 20th Street North

Suite No. 1800

Birmingham, AL. 35203 (205) 250-6669 www.jcraigsmithfoundation.org




D
Danforth Scholars Program, Washington University, St. Louis

  • Full or partial tuition (renewal)

  • Student demonstrates high ideals, personal integrity, selflessness, commitment to community and dedication to leadership and academic excellence

  • Request application before September for undergraduate consideration.

  • All applicants admitted to a graduate program are considered.

  • Danforth Scholars Committee e-mail: danforthscholars@wustl.edu

Washington University in St. Louis admissions e-mail: admissions@wustl.edu

Campus Box 1117

One Brookings Drive

St. Louis, MO 63130-4899 (314) 935-8700


Daughters of the American Revolution Society

  • All applicants must obtain a letter of sponsorship from their local DAR chapter. (The only exception is the American Indian Scholarship.) Your state scholarship chairman will assist in locating the chapter nearest you. Please send a stamped self addressed business size envelope to obtain the name and address of your state scholarship chairman and an application for any of the following scholarships.

  • Address your request to: Committee Services Office
    Attn: Scholarships
    1776 D Street, NW
    Washington, DC 20006-5303

  • http://www.dar.org/natsociety/edout_scholar.cfm


Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.

  • Male / female African American from Mobile/ Baldwin

  • Scholastic achievement and financial need

  • Must attend Bishop State

  • Interview Deadline May

  • Transcript / letter of recommendation with letter of need

  • Contact: Diana McNeil 690-6832

  • PO Box 2313

  • Mobile, AL 36652





Download 0.91 Mb.

Share with your friends:
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   ...   17




The database is protected by copyright ©sckool.org 2020
send message

    Main page