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Recent Scholarships

VirginiaCAN (Virginia College Access Network) Logo Design Contest

VirginiaCAN (Virginia College Access Network) is holding a logo design contest.  The requirements for the new logo are:
Must be simple and speak to VirginiaCAN’s mission. Learn more about VirginiaCAN at www.virginiacan.org
Must incorporate a graphic element
Must use the word, VirginiaCAN
Winner must agree that the new logo will become the sole property of VirginiaCAN. As such, VirginiaCAN reserves the right to enhance and/or alter original artwork if selected.
Design should be submitted in JPEG format for contest review
Must be submitted no later than June 1, 2018 to VirginiaCAN at admin@virginiacan.org.

 

 

Altria Trade Up Scholarships

Altria has established a scholarship for high school students as early as the 11th grade, and for students who are graduating and plan to attend community college or certification institutions in predefined courses of study. The approved courses of study must be taken at a predefined high school, community college or certification institution.

See link below for eligible schools

Awards will be divided among three categories: High School Coursework, High School and Dual Enrollment Coursework, and Community College Coursework.

 

Virginia Head Start Alumni Scholarship

The Virginia Head Start Alumni High School Senior Scholarship is open to  high school seniors who were former Virginia Head Start students. He or she must plan to pursue post-secondary education at an accredited two or four-year college or technical school.

 

Mid-Atlantic Certified Crop Advisors Scholarship

The Mid-Atlantic Certified Crop Advisers Scholarship Committee will select the scholarship recipients.  The selection will be based on the student’s agricultural background, relevant field involvement, financial need, grade point average, agronomic related studies, career goals, and extra curricular activities.

 

Asian American Society of Central Virginia Scholarships

Eight scholarships will be awarded.  Financial need, community service and a GPA of at least 3.0 required.  See high school guidance counselor for more information.

 

The Casualty Actuaries of the Southeast (CASE) Scholarship Program

The Casualty Actuaries of the Southeast (CASE) is offering scholarships to college students in southeastern states for the upcoming academic year. The scholarship program’s mission is to encourage students who reside in a southeastern state to become future working members of the Casualty Actuarial Society.  States included are:  Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, or Virginia.  Incoming freshmen/first year students are not eligible.

 

Southeastern Theatre Conference, Inc. (SETC) Graduate Studies Scholarships

Five scholarships are being offered by the SETC for graduate students studying the various disciplines of theatre including directing, acting, theatre, musical theatre and costume design and technology.   Applicants must attend, have attended, or plan to attend a school in the SETC region which includes: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia or West Virginia.

 

Southeastern Theatre Conference, Inc. (SETC) Undergraduate Scholarships

Two scholarships are being offered for high school seniors planning to major in theatre in the SETC region.   The SETC region includes Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.

 

2018 Fourth Circuit Essay Contest

The essay contest is open to students currently in grades 9 through 12 from Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, and West Virginia. The prompt for the 2018 Essay Contest is “How has the Fourteenth Amendment impacted education in the 150 years since it was ratified, and what impact will it likely have in the future?”

 

Beloved Community Initiative Essay Contest

This contest provides junior and senior students at high schools across Virginia with the opportunity to explore exemplars of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s notion of the Beloved Community – a community based on social and economic justice and a common love for fellow human beings.  This is an essay contest.