"Federal Student Aid, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation. At the office of Federal Student Aid, our 1,200 employees help make college education possible for every dedicated mind by providing more than $150 billion in federal grants, loans, and work-study funds each year to more than 15 million students paying for college or career school. We are proud to sponsor millions of American minds pursuing their educational dreams."
Throughout their many years of volunteerism focused on mentoring and tutoring refugee and immigrant families, Larry and Sue Yarger have met many parents who have endured significant hardships and challenges in order to provide their children opportunities not available in their home countries. The Achievement Scholarship Fund for Refugees and Immigrants in Wake County will provide financial awards for refugee and immigrant high school graduates who reside in Wake County to continue their education in a post-secondary setting. The goal is to support these students on a pathway to finding meaningful employment and becoming contributory members of their communities and adopted country. Scholarships will range from $1,000 to $4,000 per year, for up to four years and can be used at any accredited public, private, technical college or university in the state of North Carolina. A minimum of four awards will be made each year.
A small group of Hispanic members of Congress established the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) to develop the next generation of Latino leaders with a clear vision of a strong America made possible with the many contributions of educated and civic-minded Latino leaders engaged in and contributing to all aspects of U.S. society. CHCI offers internships, scholarships, mentoring as well as resources for parents and those interested in becoming involved.
Outstanding achievement is rewarded in the form of college scholarships ranging from $10,000 to $1,000 to support the goals of Hispanic youth committed to academic excellence, extracurricular leadership and community service.
With over $90 million in scholarships for eligible members, Phi Theta Kappa helps you finish the dreams you started. There are also scholarships for non-members. See website for more details.
Five pages of survey responses will earn you an entry into our monthly $1,000 Parent Survey Scholarship. You can earn up to three entries each month.
Grants for students to study organic agriculture nationally $2,500 grants available for at least 10 individuals Applicants must start or be currently enrolled in their program within the 2014 calendar year (applicant must be able to prove acceptance and/or enrollment) Program must be a vocational or higher education certificate or degree program Student must clearly demonstrate how the program will benefit their career of organic production or becoming an organic professional Applications must be submitted online by midnight June 13, 2014. Late applications will not be considered Awards will be made public in July 2014 Students can be any age Students can be full time or part time Weight will be given to students from disadvantaged backgrounds Grants are intended for use for fees and tuition only and will be paid directly to the school or program
10, 000 Degrees provide crucial financial support to hundreds of low-income students each year. Various scholarships offered, see website for more details.
The Latino Resources Scholarship Fund will award scholarships to qualified Latino students who are enrolled or are planning to enroll in accredited colleges or universities in the United States. Awards start at $250 up to $2,000. All awards will be disbursed during Hispanic Heritage Month which begins September 15 and ends on October 15. All awards are sent to the recipients and scholarships may be used for the payment of tuition, academic fees, room, board, and the purchase of required educational materials and books.
Scholarship is open to current high school seniors attending school in a Maui County School System.
Contest is open to students, student groups, and classes in grades 9-12 (or the equivalent) in the United States. Contestants must submit an art piece on the topic: “Miranda: More than Words.”