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    Available Scholarships

    Next Level Jobs

    The Workforce Ready Grant pays for all tuition and regularly assessed fees for qualifying high-value certificates at any eligible training provider. To qualify, recipients must:

    Be an Indiana resident and a U.S. citizen (or eligible non-citizen)
    Have a high school diploma (or equivalent) but less than a college degree
    Enroll in in any qualifying training program at an eligible training provider.  Programs exist in Advanced Manufacturing, Health Sciences, Building and Construction, IT and Business Services, and Transportation and Logistics.
    Meet any additional requirements for certain training providers and programs
     

     

    Aces Opportunity Grant

    The University of Evansville (Purple Aces) is starting a new program that will give qualifying Hoosier
    students free tuition. Students must: have a household adjusted gross income of $50,000 or less,
    have a high school GPA of 3.25 or higher, are eligible for Indiana state grant funding, file the FAFSA by
    April 15, 2021, and live on campus. https://wkdq.com/ue-to-offer-tuition-free-schooling-for-qualified-
    indiana-students/

     

     

    College Board Opportunity Scholarships

    By using your College Board account to do career research, SAT prep, filing the FAFSA, college research, you can possibly win scholarship money.  The College Board Opportunity Scholarships offer nearly $5 million in scholarships each year as a way to reward you for your efforts to plan and pay for college.  The program is currently open to the Classes of 2021 and 2022.  College Board Opportunity Scholarships

     

     

     

     

    American Indian Graduate Center

    American Indian Graduate Center provides up to $30,000 in scholarships per student per year and supports Native students pursuing undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees in the United States. It offers more than 20 scholarship opportunities, plus a comprehensive array of academic and support services for students to utilize throughout their entire academic journey. From completing financial aid applications to creating a study plan to thriving on campus, students can rely on American Indian Graduate Center as a guide every step of the way.

    Check out the center's scholarships as well as its student resource page to learn more. Have questions? Contact an academic adviser by calling 505-881-4584 or by emailing fellowships@aigcs.org.

     
     
     
     
     
     

    Central Indiana Society of Plastics Engineers

    The Central Indiana Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) is sponsoring our 7th Annual scholarship open to all Indiana graduating high school seniors that plan to pursue a career related to the plastics industry.  The “Joseph B. Williams Memorial Scholarship” eligibility is for students planning to attend a four (4) year degrees program and has an application deadline of April 16, 2021.  The “Central Indiana Section Scholarship” eligibility is for students planning to attend a two (2) year degree program and has an application deadline of April 16, 2021.  The detailed requirements and applications are attached for both scholarships.  Please post these announcements on your school’s scholarship site.  

    Note that this is the 2nd year for our new two (2) year degree scholarship. 

    ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: Joseph B. Williams Memorial Scholarship

     Students must be a graduating high school senior from an accredited public/private Indiana school.

    1. Students must be enrolled at a four-year college / university program.
    2. Enrolled in one of the following majors; Plastic Engineering, Polymer Engineering, Polymer Science, Packaging Engineering, Material Engineering, Material Science, Composite Materials and Structures, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Design Technology, or Polymer Technology. Other majors may be eligible if the candidate submits a description of how that major relates to the Plastics Industry and the scholarship committee approves.
    3. Applicants must have maintained a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.8/4.0 scale from the prior school year.    

    ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: Central Indiana Section Scholarship

    1. Students must be a graduating high school senior from an accredited public/private Indiana school.
    2. Students must be enrolled at a two-year community college degree program.
    3. Enrolled in one of the following majors; Plastic Technology, Polymer Technology, Polymer Science, Packaging Technology, Material Science, Composite Materials and Structures, Chemical Technology, Chemistry, Biomedical Technology, Mechanical Technology, or Design Technology. Other majors may be eligible if the candidate submits a description of how that major relates to the Plastics Industry and the scholarship committee approves.
    4. Applicants must have maintained a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.4/4.0 scale from the prior school year.    

    Please come to the Counseling Office for an application.

     

    Sallie Mae Fund Bridging the Dream Scholarship Program

    The Sallie Mae Fund, the charitable arm of Sallie Mae®, has partnered with the Thurgood Marshall
    College Fund to launch a new scholarship program. The Sallie Mae Fund Bridging the Dream Scholarship Program will provide $1 million a year
    over the next three years to help students access and complete post-secondary education.

    • The Bridging the Dream Scholarship for High School Seniors: In 2021, The Sallie Mae Fund will award (25) $10,000 scholarships to high
      school seniors who plan to enroll in a two- or four-year degree professional certificate, or vocational training program. Seniors who excel
      inside and outside of the classroom and demonstrate financial need can apply now through March 8 at www.salliemae.com/landing/bridging-the-dream.

     

     

     

     

    INDIANA SHERIFFS' ASSOCAIATION SCHOLARSHIP

    The Indiana Sheriffs' Assocation Scholarship fund was established for the purpose of recieving, investing and dispensing of funds to provide college scholarships to qualified styudents who are committed to pursuing and education and career in the law enforcement field.

    The deadline to apply for the scholarship is April 1, 2021

    See link below for qualifications

    https://indianasheriffs.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Application2021.pdf

     

     

    IASP Indiana Assocation of School Psychologists

    The deadlne for to apply for the scholaship is March 1, 2021

    See link below for qualifications

    https://iaosp.wildapricot.org/page-1862824

     

     

    Jackson County REMC Scholarship (JacksonREMC.com/scholarship)

    RULES

    • Applicant must reside in the home of a parent or legal guardian who is a Jackson County REMC member and receives electric service from REMC.
    • Applicant must be a high school senior who has been admitted to a 2 year, 4 year, or technical schoool in Indiana for the upcoming fall semester/quarter.
    • Special consideratin will be given to an applicant attending school to study careers in the field of Business, Information Technology, Engineering, Communications, Marketing, Human Resources, Accounting or utility related fields 

     Requirements

    • 300-500, word typewritten essay will be required on the topic: Who powers you.
    • Official grade transcript.
    • Personal letter of reference.

     The deadline to apply for the scholarship is April, 16, 2021.

    Please come to the counseling department for an application or click on the link below.

    https://jacksonremc.com/scholarship

     

     

     Contact Mrs. Walton in Counseling if you have any questions.

     

    APWA American Public Works Association Scholarship

    The Indiana Chapter of the American Public Works Association  would like to offer an opportunity to Indiana high school seniors to receive our 2021 annual scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to a high school senior who would pursue a degree program in public works related field. Such fields would include Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Park and Recreation, Municipal Planning, Public Administration Public Works/Municipal Operations and Fleet management among others. The degreee me be through an university or technical school course of study. The Scholarship awards $1000.00 annually for 4 years provided that the students demonstrates continued progress toward a public works field degree. A paid annual membership to the American Public Works Association is included in the award.

    Deadline:  on or before May 3, 2021

    Application available on line at the following link:http://indiana.apwa.net/PageDetails/25193

     

     

    MDFF (Muscular Dystorphy Family Foundation) "Sparky" Seever Scholarship

    Applications open March 1st and are accepted on a rolling basis. Awards are up to $2000.00

    Applicants must be:

    • Diagnosed with muscular dystrophy or a neuromuscular disease
    • An Indiana resident
    • A graduate of a public, private or home school high school program
    • Enrolled or attending a two or four-year post-high school educational institution, Trade school, or Accredited certificate program

    Students can access full information and begin the application process with a short questionnaire on our webpage

          http://www.mdff.org/seever-scholarship  

     

     

     Robert E. Lee II Memorial Scholarship

     Please visit the website

    Applications must be received in the Scholarship Foundation office by 3 pm on or before April 5, 2021.  You may pick up information in the Counseling Office.

    Society of Women Engineers Scholarship

    Value:  $1,000

    Deadline:  April 30th, 2021

    Qualifications

    • Applicant must identify as female.
    • The applicant's home must be in Monroe, Owen, Greene, Daviess, Lawrence, Orange, Martin, or Brown County.
    • For the Fall 2021 semester, the applicant must be a freshman student accepted into an engineering, technology, or computer science program at an ABET accredited college or university.
    • The applicant must not be receiving full funding for education from their school or another organization.
    • The applicant's unweighted grade point average must be a 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale. All Schools on a 5.0 Scale must recalculate the student's GPA on a 4.0 scale.

    How to Applyhttps://swcindiana.swe.org/scholarship.html

     

     

    AHEC Scholars: A Community Health Care Fellowship

    The Scholars program is for students who are studying a health profession and have an interest in underserved and rural areas. The students complete online modules and community-based experiences throughout the 2 year program to deepen their understanding of rural and urban health care, caring for underserved populations, and the importance of practice transformation in a clinical care setting. Currently, SCI AHEC facilitates learning  for 15 scholars, 9 who will complete the progam this May. SCI AHEC sucessfully graduated the first ever cohort of scholars from the program in May 2020. Contact Ashley Gilstrap to find out more about the Scholars Program and see below hot to apply for the next cohort!

    How to Apply: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Xou7NyIkdELTkVh-eyibDYOXCDiEZe44/view?usp=sharing