CFG ScholarBank

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Recent Scholarships

Virginia Airport Operators Council (VAOC) Kenneth R. Scott Scholarship

Named in honor of Ken Scott for his contribution to the advancement of airport management in the Commonwealth of Virginia.  For your application to be considered one must have at least a 3.5 unweighted GPA, be planning a career in the field of aviation and accepted into an aviation related program at an accredited college.


GRASP 2 + 2 Renewable Scholarship

This scholarship is designed to assist students in receiving a baccalaureate degree from one of Virginia’s colleges and universities.  A $1,000 award will be given for their first year of community college and will be renewed for the second year based on successful completion of 30 credit hours with a GPA required by the Guaranteed Admission Agreement of the student’s intended four-year college or university.  Students must file a FAFSA and have specified financial need.


LawnStarter Lawntrepreneur Scholarship

Available for a Richmond area student who is passionate about entrepreneurship.  A scholarship is offered for each of spring and fall semesters (see deadlines below).

  1. You currently own a lawn care business, ran a lawn care business in the past, or plan on starting a business upon graduating college.

  2. You’re passionate and ambitious.

  3. You have the willpower, work ethic, and desire to build the next great business.

  4. You are a high school senior (who is going to pursue college degree) or full-time college student enrolled in a two year, four year, or graduate program. This scholarship is open to all majors.


Leadership For The 21st Century Scholarship

This scholarship is sponsored by the Chesterfield County Black History Month Committee for all eligible CCPS students.

Applicant must attend a Chesterfield County public school or one of the two regional Governors schools and plan to attend a Virginia college.


John Randolph Foundation – Anne Moncrief Layman Nursing Scholarship

Applicant should be currently attending or have an interest in attending college as an undergraduate or graduate student to become a registered nurse.  A GPA of 3.0 or better is required and financial need must be demonstrated.


John Randolph Foundation – Friends of Lower Appomattox River (FOLAR) Environmental Stewardship Scholarship

Priority may be given to a student with an interest in pursuing an environmental-related career and extracurricular participation in an environmental service program is highly recommended.  The applicant should have a 3.0 GPA or better.  The award is based on academic record, plan of study, career goals, recommendations and extra-curricular activities with no consideration of financial need, sex, race, national origin, or physical ability.


Collegiate Shooting Scholarship Program

Applicants should be graduating high school seniors in Virginia or Pennsylvania with a 3.0 GPA or better.  Applicants must have a strong interest in the shooting sports and write an essay about the Second Amendment or how the shooting sports have contributed to their personal development.  A letter of recommendation is required.


Carolinas-Virginias Retail Hardware Scholarship

The purpose of this scholarship is to provide undergraduate scholarships to children of employees of member firms of this region of the National Retail Hardware Association.


Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads – Anne J. Gwaltney Scholarship

To be eligible for the scholarship:

1) You or your parent must have been a member of the VAVRS, AVAVRS, or VAJVRS for at least 2 years.

2) You must be accepted at a fully accredited college or university or waiting acceptance at an institution that meets the criteria.

3) You must be less than 35 years old during the calendar year in which you are receiving the award.

4) You cannot have received this award before.


AARP Book Scholarship

This is a local scholarship for a senior who has a 3.5 GPA or above and plans to major in education in college.  See high school counselor for more information.