Private donor scholarships

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Private donor scholarships are offered by private organizations and/or organizations not affiliated with SPC, unless noted. Additional information can be found on the organization’s website. Applications must be returned to the address given on the application form.

If you are a private donor and plan to send a scholarship check for an SPC student, make the check payable to St. Petersburg College. Send the check to: St. Petersburg College, Attn: Scholarships, P.O. Box 13489, St. Petersburg, FL 33733. Please include the student recipient's name and SPC ID number, as well as a contact name and phone number for the donor.

Each individual private donor determines what charges their scholarship will cover. Examples are tuition; tuition and fees; tuition, fees and books; and tuition and fees with remainder to student. If there are unused funds, the funds will be held at SPC for three terms. If they are unused at the end of the third term, they will automatically be returned to the donor. The donor or the student may request to have any unused funds returned to the donor at any time.

The links below are to third-party websites that SPC does not control or maintain. SPC is not responsible for the privacy policies employed by any third-party website. We encourage you to read the privacy statements of all third-party websites before submitting any personal information.

The scholarships listed below are in deadline date order. Scholarships are added as they become available, so check this page often.

Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Description:

Provides scholarships to Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) students.

Criteria:

Students with minimum SAT scores of Math-520 and Verbal-530 OR ACT scores of Math-21 or English-22

Contact:

MC1Mario Crittenden at NRRS Seminole, 813-714-0073

Deadline:

no deadline

US Navy Health Services Collegiate Scholarship Program

Description:

The US Navy Health Services Collegiate Scholarship Program is designed to provide financial incentive for college students in the health care allied professions to complete Master's, Doctoral degree, and Internship requirements and obtain commissions in the Medical Service Corps. Specialties include Social Worker, Pharmacy, Physician Assistant, Environmental Health, Health Care Administration, Industrial Hygiene, Optometry, and Medical and Dental school. The value of this program could be well over $200,000 during the course of a four-year professional school program. After graduation, you'll join the Navy's active duty team as a commissioned officer. Financial benefits:  placed in active duty status as OCSN (E-6), receiving full pay and allowances (except clothing allowance), current monthly pay is at least $4000, full medical and dental benefits for selectee and his/her dependents, and full access to military bases, facilities and services including commissary and exchange (grocery and department store). Tuition, books and other school expenses are the responsibility of the individual.

Criteria:

Applicants must be a US citizen, at least 18 years old and able to complete degree/certification requirements and be commissioned prior to 42nd birthday, enrolled in or accepted for transfer to an accredited college or university in a course of study for a designated health profession, must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale prior to and after selection, must be full-time attending all normal school sessions (two semesters or three quarters), official transcripts must be sent to the US Navy upon completion of each school term, degree/certification requirements must be fulfilled within specified time frame for your field of study which has been approved by Commander Navy Recruiting Command, and must meet physical requirements and pass a Military Entrance physical exam.

Contact:

LCDR David Forsyth, USN, Medical Officer Programs, 813-477-9037, david.forsyth@navy.mil & HMCS Mario O. Martin, USN, Medical Officer Programs, 813-972-1680, mario.o.martin@navy.mil

Deadline:

open

US Navy Health Professions Scholarship Program

Description:

The US Navy Health Professions Scholarship Program is an educational support program for individuals pursuing graduate degrees in professional medical programs and who have a desire to serve in the US Navy following graduation. Eligible degree programs include Medicine (allopathic (MD) or osteopathic (DO)), Dentistry (DDS or DMD), Optometry (OD), Podiatry (DPM) and Physician Assistant (PA-C)(masters level program only). Benefits include full tuition (no upper limit) and allowable fees, reimbursement for all required books, supplies and equipment (some limits apply), monthly stipend of $2157.30, full pay and allowances of an Ensign (O1) for 45 days per year (about $4500), $20,000 signing bonus (Medicine and Dentistry only), and reimbursement for student's health insurance if required by school.  Military/Service Commitment:  One year of active duty not in training, for each year of scholarship with a 3-year minimum.

Criteria:

Applicants must be a U.S. citizen (dual-citizenship not permitted), physically qualified for a commission in the US Navy, and accepted into an accredited school in the US, Canada or Puerto Rico. Local medical officer program recruiters can assist with application, may apply prior to acceptance into school, early application is recommended, requires school transcripts, letters of recommendation and standardized test scores, must complete a physical exam (recruiter will schedule for you), and process typically takes 3 months to complete.

Contact:

LCDR David Forsyth, USN, Medical Officer Programs, 813-477-9037, david.forsyth@navy.mil & HMCS Mario O. Martin, USN, Medical Officer Programs, 813-972-1680, mario.o.martin@navy.mil

Deadline:

open

T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood Scholarship Program

Description:

The T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood Scholarship Program provides scholarships for early care educators and center directors to work towards earning an Associate's degree or credentials in early childhood education. It is funded by the Agency for Workforce Innovation Office of Early Learning and involves a three-way partnership for the sharing of expenses by the caregiver receiving the scholarship, the sponsoring child care center or family child care home and T.E.A.C.H. The majority of tuition and books costs are paid for and most T.E.A.C.H. participants receive a per-semester stipend for travel or for internet access as well as a bonus for caregivers and directors who complete their scholarship contract. In most scholarship models, reimbursement to the early childhood program or family child care home for release time given participants.

Criteria:

Depends on the individual scholarship applied for. See their website for more details.

Deadline:

no deadline

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

Description:

Many scholarships are available through the Hispanic Scholarship Fund website. There are different deadlines and requirements for each scholarship.

Criteria:

Each scholarship has different requirements. Please see the website for more information.

Deadline:

deadlines vary

BG Scholarship

Description:

The BG Scholarship offers a $300 scholarship in memory of Brandon Goodman from his mother.

Criteria:

Applicants must be in high school or currently enrolled in college, have a minimum 2.0 GPA, and be a U.S. Citizen or an international student enrolled in school in the US. Applicants need to submit a 250 word essay about their academic goals and contributions to their school and/or community.

Deadline:

Last day of each month

Varsity Tutors

Description:

Varsity Tutors is offering a monthly $1000 scholarship where students must write an essay in response to a monthly prompt. Visitors to the webpage are able to vote via social media for submitted entries. The top five entries with the most votes are reviewed at the end of the month and one winner is chosen.

Criteria:

Only one entry per person per promotion period. Each submission must exceed 200 words and must not exceed 900 words. Printed essay font size may not be smaller than 12 pt. All essays must address the specific promotion question, must be original, must not have been previously published, released or distributed and must have been created and must be owned exclusively by the applicant.

Deadline:

Rolling

Education-Portal.com

Description:

The Education Portal is offering scholarships to help manage college costs with their new Tuition Won’t Stop Me Scholarship. The scholarships are offered weekly.

Criteria:

"Like" the Education-Portal.com Facebook page and fill out a brief entry form. Answer the scholarship question. For every "Like" posted to the wall, the scholarship amount will increase by $0.50.

Deadline:

every Wednesday at 12:00 PM PST

GP LSAT Prep Prelaw Scholarship

Description:

The Prelaw Scholarship is for undergraduates considering law school.  $1000 grants are awarded twice yearly (January 31 and June 30).

Criteria:

Applicant to a U.S. or Canadian law school.  Submit one sheet of paper with your name, contact information, and if applicable, class rank, extra-curricular activities, and a brief overview of your financial need.  On the same sheet, include an essay of not more than 250 words describing why you are a deserving recipient of the award.

Deadline:

January 31 and June 30 of each year

The Southern Scholarship Foundation

Description:

The Southern Scholarship Foundation is a non-profit organization which awards qualifying students with housing scholarships on the following campuses: FSU, UF, FAMU, and FGCU.

Criteria:

Interested applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA and a demonstrated financial need. Scholarship recipients live cooperatively in a house with students representing a variety of backgrounds and cultures. They do not pay rent, but are responsible for their fair share of basic household expenses such as food and utilities. The entire cost to the student averages $950 per semester. Only complete application packets will be reviewed for acceptance.

Deadline:

There is not an application deadline, however, submission by March 1 is encouraged as spots do fill quickly.

Florida Fund for Minority Teachers

Description:

The Florida Fund for Minority Teachers offers a $4000 scholarship to full-time students. Scholars are selected on the basis of qualities that would indicate their potential to become good teachers. These qualities include strong writing ability, communication skills, overall academic performance and evidence of commitment to the youth of America, preferably demonstrated through volunteer activities. Special consideration is given to community college graduates. Submit an application and supporting documents to Sherri Kent-Roberts, SPC Academic Program Coordinator, 727-341-4659.

Criteria:

Applicants must be a resident of the State of Florida; be a member of one of the following racial groups: African, American/Black, Hispanic/Latino, Asian American/Pacific Islander, or American Indian/Alaskan Native; be newly admitted into a teacher education program at any of FFMT’s participating universities/colleges; be a junior and have not earned a baccalaureate degree in Education; have earned 60 credit hours or an AA degree; and have not exceeded 18 hours of upper division education courses at the time of application. Scholarship recipients must attend a mandatory FFMT symposium each year they receive the award or they will not receive further funding. Upon graduation Scholarship recipients must agree to work in a public Florida schools for the number of academic years they receive the award or the scholarship becomes a loan that the student must pay back to the Fund. 

Deadline:

Aug. 1 for fall enrollment and Nov. 15 for spring enrollment.

Bailey Family Foundation

Description:

The Bailey Family Foundation provides $5000 in financial assistance to students based on their academic record, financial need and level of community involvement.

Criteria:

Student must possess a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5, demonstrate financial need, must be a graduating high school senior or current college student, currently attending or plan to attend eligible schools listed in the application, must be a legal US resident, and must be pursuing their undergraduate degree or diploma. Scholarship is for tuition and tuition related fees only. If selected, application information will be verified. College scholarship is not renewable; however, previous winners may re-apply through the normal application process.

Deadline:

Jan. 1 - March 15 application period

Transfer Scholarship! FAMU Community College Scholarship

Description:

FAMU is offering scholarships to assist high achieving Florida community/junior college graduates. The annual amount of the scholarship depends on your GPA.

Criteria:

This partial scholarship is a two-year undergraduate scholarship awarded to an AA/AS degree transfer student who has a minimum 2.50 GPA and is not enrolled as a FAMU student.

Deadline:

Transfer Scholarship! Florida Tech Bridge to Success Transfer Scholarship

Description:

Florida Tech Bridge to Success Transfer Scholarship is offered to 10 students who have graduated with their Associate of Arts degree from a State of Florida public community college or college and have been admitted to FIT in the fall semester only. This scholarship is a combination of grants and scholarships equal to two years tuition at Florida Tech. This scholarship is mutually exclusive and cannot be combined with the Florida Tech Transfer or Scouting Scholarship. It is renewable after the satisfactory completion of 30 credits and submission of an updated FAFSA.

Criteria:

Applicants must be currently enrolled at a Florida state college at time of application; have a cumulative grade point average greater than or equal to 3.5 for all college work; be admitted to Florida Tech and file a FAFSA with the university before graduating from a Florida state college; and graduate with an A.A. degree by the end of the spring term prior to fall enrollment (students who completed their A.A. degree in December of the previous year may also be considered). Recipients must enroll as a full-time undergraduate at Florida Tech's main campus in Melbourne, FL before the scholarship takes effect.

Deadline:

Pinellas Opportunity Council

Description:

The Pinellas Opportunity Council offers great resources in the following areas:  Case management, Referrals/resource mobilization, Emergency assistance (rent/mortgage, utilities, food, transportation - upon availability of funds), Training/education completion (tuition assistance for last semester), Youth/extra curriculum activity assistance, Financial assistance with books, uniforms, testing, background checks, licensing fees, etc.

Criteria:

Available to heads of household age 21 or older, must have legal custody of children under the age of 18, must be enrolled in their last 15 hours of college or other final stage of training, must present proof of enrollment in school/training, and must meet income requirements. For information, contact 727-823-4101, x25 in south county or 727-937-9393 in north county.

Deadline:

Fry Scholarship

Description:

The Fry Scholarship was created to honor Marine Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry, 28, or Lorena, TX. Sergeant Fry had one week left in his tour in Iraq in 2006, when he volunteered to continue working for seven more hours disarming explosive devices, despite having already sustained an injury to his hand. He made the ultimate sacrifice on March 8, 2006, in Anbar province, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated. He left behind a widow and three children.

Criteria:

Section 701 of the Choice Act expands the Fry Scholarship to include the surviving spouses of Service members who died in the line of duty after September 10, 2001. Prior to this law, only children of those who died i the line of duty were eligible for this benefit. The law states that eligible spouses are entitle to receive:

  • 36 months of full benefits, equal to 100% level of the Post-9/11 GI Bill, this includes tuition and fee payment, a monthly housing allowance, and a stipend for books and supplies
  • Training must start on or after January 1, 2015, training prior to January 1, 2015 is not eligible to receive benefits under Section 701
  • A spouse has 15 years from the date of the Service Member's death to utilize benefits. If a spouse remarries, benefits end the date of the remarriage.

 

Deadline:

Begins Nov. 3, 2014

NursesLink.org - College Student Scholarship

Description:

NursesLink.org is offering a $500 scholarship to help students pay for the costs of education, based on merit.

Criteria:

Can be awarded to anyone enrolling in the next six months or currently enrolled in a NON-nursing education program offered by a community college, trade school or university.

The winning applicant will be selected by the administrative staff of NursesLink.org, based upon the merit of their application package. Approximately 1/3 of the weight will come from the formal application and 2/3 of the weight will come from the essay. The formal application criteria are a combination of GPA, extra curricular activities and employment history (if applicable).

The criteria considered in the essay is the author’s ability to present a meaningful answer that speaks directly to the essay question and provides insightful facts to support their claims. The 500-800 word essay for the Spring 2014 College Student Scholarship (deadline April 30th 2014) will ask the student to address the following:  Please describe your passion to succeed in life and how education will help you achieve your goals. Please give several detailed examples. 

Deadline:

April 30 and October 31 of every year

LA Tutors

Description:

LA Tutors is offering a monthly $500 scholarship

Criteria:

Applicants must currently be enrolled as a high school or college/university student within the US or Canada; must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 (or the equivalent); must be a citizen of, or hold a valid student visa in the US or Canada; must have designated an innovative project that makes a difference in the lives of others (this could be a website, series of blogs, an app, fundraising event, etc); must submit an essay describing the goal of the particular project and provide a link to access the content and supporting documentation; the essay, idea or creation must the applicant's original work; must submit a letter of recommendation evaluating the quality of the work and a photo taken during project execution.

Deadline:

Open monthly on the 1st at 8 am through the 20th at 11:59 pm PST

Up to $7,500! Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship & Excellence in Education

Description:

The Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship & Excellence in Education Foundation operates an educational scholarship program of up to 260 scholarships designed to provide up to $7,500 per year for outstanding U.S. students with excellent academic records and demonstrated interest in, and potential for, careers in mathematics, the natural sciences and engineering.    

Criteria:

Student must be a full-time matriculated sophomore or junior in 2015-16, who has one or two years of full-time undergraduate study left while pursuing a bachelor's degree, have a B average or equivalent, stand in the upper fourth of the class, and be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or U.S. national.  No paper applications will be accepted.

Deadline:

January 29, 2016 by 5 p.m. CST

Next Step Test Prep

Description:

Next Step Test Prep is offering three scholarships - $1000, $500 and $200.

Criteria:

The offer is open only to undergraduate students in the United States and Canada. Complete the online application, submit an updated resume, and unofficial transcript (min 3.0 GPA required for consideration), and and 500-word essay on what profession you want to pursue and what event in your life made you certain of that decision. One submission per person. Next Step staff will choose winners based on dedication to the health professions and academic record.

Deadline:

Jan. 31, 2016

Thumbtack

Description:

Thumbtack is an online marketplace that connects people with experienced local professionals to help them accomplish more than 5 million projects each year. They are offering a $5,000 scholarship.

Criteria:

The scholarship will be awarded to an individual who demonstrates the commitment to individuals becoming independent professionals and entrepreneurs by chasing their passion to learn a new trade that they can turn into a business, learning fundamental business skills such as marketing and accounting, or deepening their knowledge and capabilities to improve public policy and foster an environment that better serves small business owners and independent professionals. You must be at least 18 years old and a legal resident of one of the 50 states or the District of Columbia; currently be enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or graduate program, or be planning to enroll in a full-time undergraduate or graduate program during the entirety of the 2016-17 academic year at an accredited two- or four-year college or university in the United States; and be pursuing a degree that enables you or others in your communities to learn a new trade, develop skills or start a small business. Employees and affiliates of Thumbtack and members of their immediate families, and persons residing at the same address, are not eligible to apply for the scholarship. To apply, please submit an application that includes answers to the following questions:  Small business owners and independent professionals have a personal impact on their customers and communities every day. Share a story about how a small business owner or independent professional had an impact on you or someone you know. How do you envision using your education to start a small business or enable more individuals to start their own businesses and become independent professionals? 

Deadline:

January 31, 2016

Bulk Office Supply

Description:

Bulk Office Supply is offering a $1000 scholarship.

Criteria:

If you have an interest in teaching, art or owning your own business, you are eligible to apply for our scholarship program. The program is open to all high school students as well as college freshman and sophomores. Whether you live in Rochester, Denver, Los Angeles, NYC or elsewhere through the country, you are encouraged to apply. Complete the online application including a 500-600 word essay on your desired major, how did you develop your interest in teaching, art or opening your own business, and how will the scholarship help you attain your goals.

Deadline:

Feb. 1, 2016

Up to $30,000 for graduate or professional school! Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation

Description:

The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation awards merit-based scholarships to students who plan to pursue careers in government or elsewhere in public service.  Truman Scholars receive up to $30,000 for graduate or professional school, participate in leadership development activities, and have special opportunities for internships and employment with the federal government.

Criteria:

Each nominee for the Truman Scholarship must be:  a full-time junior-level student at a four-year institution pursuing a bachelor's degree during the 2015-16 academic year (or senior-level standing in the third year of college enrollment); nominated by the representative at his or her institution; in the upper quarter of his or her class; and a US citizen or a United States national from a Pacific Island. Resident aliens (green card holders) are not eligible.  A good candidate has an extensive records of public and community service; has outstanding leadership potential and communication skills; and is committed to a career in government, education, the nonprofit sector, or the public interest/advocacy sector. More detailed criteria can be found at the Truman Foundation website.

Deadline:

Feb. 2, 2016

BurialInsurancePlan.org Scholarship

Description:

BurialInsurancePlan.org is offering a $500 scholarship for qualifying applicants who working towards a career in Mortuary Science.

Criteria:

If you are currently accepted to a Mortuary Sciences related program but not yet started   or   are a current undergraduate or graduate student who is currently enrolled in a Mortuary Sciences related program at an accredited institution of learning. Applicants shall be at least 17 years of age. Interested applicants are invited to submit all contact information (name, address, phone number, email, date of birth, and sex); proof of age (a driver's license or other valid ID is acceptable); proof of enrollment or accepted (a photocopy is acceptable); and an essay of 500-1000 words on why they are choosing the mortuary services industry and what they hope to accomplish during their career.

Deadline:

Feb. 10, 2016

Levin Firm

Description:

The Levin Firm is offering a bi-yearly (February & July) $1,000 scholarship to individuals who are currently attending or planning on attending college or graduate school in the near future.

Criteria:

In order to apply, applicants must submit a 500+ word essay on the following topic:  Teen drivers account for a disproportionate number of motor vehicle crashes. While the reasons for this are varied, some observers believe that raising the minimum driving age would help address this issue, while others believe it would simply make the riskiest drivers on the road a little bit older. With whom to you agree and why?  Out of the pool of applicants, the Levin Firm will choose five finalists. They will post the five finalists' essays on their blog and social media pages. The finalists are responsible for promoting their entries within their social media networks. The two winners will be determined by the amount of social media "buzz" the winning essays generate in terms of likes, retweets, +1s, or shares. See additional Application Guidelines on the website.

Deadline:

February 15, 2016

Century Link Internet Service

Description:

Century Link Internet Service is offering a $1500 scholarship.
 

Criteria:

Applicants (enrolled college students) must write an original blog post of 500-800 words expressing a unique point of view with specific examples to back up your thoughts. Show your personal stance on the following:  How have you found creative ways to use technology throughout your college education? Do you think these methods could help others learn and succeed as well? Explain. 

Contact:

Century Link Internet Service

Deadline:

Feb. 29, 2016

PayScale

Description:

PayScale is offering a $2,000 scholarship to help support the educational goals of one exceptional woman actively pursuing an associate, bachelor's or graduate degree in a STEM field (science, technology, engineering or math related major).

Criteria:

The applicant must have accepted an offer of admission or be attending classes at an accredited college or university before the award is granted. The application includes sections on participation in extracurricular activities, work experience, and awards and academic honors. Applicants are asked to share information about themselves and why this scholarship is important to them. Applicants must complete a 250-500 word essay on Why you chose to pursue a STEM degree. What inspires you? What do you want to do with your degree? Employees of PayScale and members of their immediate family (spouse, parent, child, sibling and their respective spouses, regardless of where they reside) and persons living in the same household, whether or not related, of such employees, are not eligible to apply.

Deadline:

11:59 PM on February 29, 2016

Stewart J Guss College Student Scholarship

Description:

Stewart J Guss College Student Scholarship is offering a yearly scholarship designed to alleviate some of the financial pressure on present and future students with the desire and potential to succeed.

Criteria:

Applicants must be an aspiring or current college student and must participate in the 1000-word essay competition.

Deadline:

March 1, 2016

Dolman Law Group

Description:

The Dolman Law Group is offering a $1100 bi-annual college scholarship to a current or prospective college student. The scholarship will be awarded to the winner of a video essay contest.

Criteria:

Applicants must be currently attending or planning to attend a college or university during the 2016-17 academic year; must be in good academic standing with your current educational institution; if under 18, must have permission from a parent or legal guardian; must apply to the contest via email and provide your name, address, and the name of the institution you are attending or plan to attend; and must provide your video essay (YouTube format preferred). Applicants must present 2-3 minute video essay discussing driverless vehicles. Detailed essay topic is listed on the website.

Deadline:

March 15, 2016

Ronald D. Weiss College Scholarship

Description:

Ronald D. Weiss College Scholarship is offering a $2500 scholarship to incoming and existing college students.

Criteria:

In order to be eligible to apply for the scholarship, applicants must fit the following criteria:  be currently enrolled in a college or university or planning to enroll as a freshman for the 2016-17 academic year, be in good academic standing with your current educational institution, and if under 18, must have the permission of your parent or guardian to apply. Applicants must submit an essay to scholarships@ny-bankrupcy.com (topic is listed on the website). The following factors will be considered in determining the winner:  demonstrated understanding of the issues raised, originality, quality of writing, and the applicant's demonstrated potential for success in a field related to law

Deadline:

April 17, 2016

Dickson Law Group

Description:

Dickson Law Group is offering a $1000 scholarship.

Criteria:

Applicants must be currently enrolled in an accredited college in the US or planning to matriculate in the fall of 2016; must be in good academic standing if currently enrolled in college or high school; must have the permission of a parent or guardian if under 18 and must submit a video essay (YouTube or Vimeo preferred) on "Partnerships, corporations, and limited liability companies are among the most popular business formations used by small businesses today. If you were going to start a business of your own, which one would you choose, and why?" Applicants are expected to conduct research on the benefits and disadvantages of these business entities and demonstrate their knowledge in their video essay.

Deadline:

May 15, 2016

Student Award Search B. Davis Scholarship

Description:

The Student Award Search B. Davis Scholarship is offering a $1,000 scholarship to a high school junior or senior or current student registered in any post secondary institution.

Criteria:

There is no age restriction. Be sure to include your name and the school you are attending this year and next. This is not an academic scholarship but you are asked to provide where you are going to school now and what your future academic plans are. Do not send transcripts or letters of recommendation. To apply for this scholarship, you will need to write an essay of less than 1000 words on this topic:  Describe the three characteristics of leadership you value most. Discuss why you believe that these traits are so important and how you feel that they are developed in an individual. 

Deadline:

May 23, 2016

Abbott and Fenner Scholarship Program

Description:

Abbott & Fenner Business Consultants are offering a $1000 scholarship to a high school junior or senior or a student currently registered in any accredited post-secondary institution.

Criteria:

To apply for this scholarship, you will need to write an 500-1000 word essay on "Describe your educational career and life goals. Explain your plan for achieving these goals. Include your degree/major, why you selected it, and how this degree will help you achieve your goals."

Deadline:

June 10, 2016

New! Astanza Q-Switched Laser Annual Scholarship

Description:

Astanza Q-Switched Laser is offering a $2500 scholarship that may be used for tuition, books, and other education-related exenses to students pursuing an education in physics, biology, engineering, medicine, nursing or other natural or applied science fields. Q-Switched lasers are the type of laser technology utilized for tattoo removal treatments.

Criteria:

The scholarship will only be awarded to students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 that are enrolling in an accredited college in the upcoming fall. ALL of the following materials must be submitted for a scholarship candidate to be considered: completed application form with scanned applicant signature, image or email of college/university acceptance letter (high school applicants); imaged or scan of a recent transcript either from high school or college (can be unofficial); a cover letter explaining why you are a good candidate for this scholarship and why you are pursuing an education in your field of choice. Only email applications will be accepted.

Deadline:

June 30, 2016 @ 11:59 CST