CFG ScholarBank

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Recent Scholarships

Battlefield Park Elementary School – Dorsey G. Smith, III Scholarship

Scholarship offered to students who attended BPES and will be graduating from one of the four Hanover County High Schools. Requirements include:  application, transcript showing GPA of 2.5 or higher, two written recommendations, and an essay.  Contact high school guidance counselor for application.


Greenwood Elementary School PTA – Debra Smith Scholarship

Dr. Debra Smith was the first principal at Greenwood Elementary School that had a strong connection with her students and community. During her 12 years at Greenwood, Dr. Smith set the foundation for our 5 core values:

Appreciating the people that lift you up each day          Grateful
Taking responsibility for your success                             Accountable
Doing what is right, even when no one is watching        Trustworthy
Making a choice to have a positive attitude                    Optimistic
Becoming a role model admired by peers and adults    Respectful

1.) Attended Greenwood Elementary School
2.) Currently a graduating high school senior
3.) Active volunteer or leader in your community


St. John’s Episcopal Church – Louise Leland Clark Memorial Scholarship

Applicant should be a Chesterfield County high school student who plans to enroll in a post-secondary school or college with a concentration in the medical field.  The award is based on merit and need.


Gamma Delta Chapter of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. – Chapter Scholarship

Scholarship that will be awarded to a graduating female or male high school student who plans to enter the field of business and/or related field.  GPA of 2.5 or higher required.


Elmont Elementary Scholarship for Continuing Education

For a high school senior who attended Elmont Elementary School.  Minimum 3.0 GPA required.  A short essay is required.   


Virginia Water Environment Association (VWEA) Scholarships

These scholarships are available to students who are rising freshmen, undergraduates, and graduate students who plan to study or are studying in the water/environmental science programs at a Virginia college or university.


M. W. Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Virginia Free and Accepted Masons Scholarship Fund for Continuing Education

Through the M. W. PRINCE HALL GRAND LODGE OF VIRGINIA Continuing SCHOLARSHIP FUND, continuing scholarships will be awarded to 2nd, 3rd & 4th year students who are the children or grandchildren of a Prince Hall Mason in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Continuing scholarships are available to 2nd, 3rd & 4th year students. They are ranked based on academic achievement (minimum 2.0 GPA), leadership, service, and participation in activities both in and out of school.



Mechanicsville Elementary PTA Cardinal Scholarship Program

Scholarships will be awarded to two students who previously attended Mechanicsville Elementary for at least three years.  High school seniors who attend any one of the four Hanover County high schools may apply.  Parent or guardian membership of a Hanover PTA is required, as well as a 3.0 or higher GPA.


Hanover CREW (Crisis Relief for Emergency Workers) Foundation Scholarship

Applications are now being accepted for financial assistance for spouse and legal dependents
seeking scholarship(s) from the Hanover CREW Foundation.  Applicants should provide:

A completed Hanover CREW Foundation Scholarship application form, to include
affidavit of association with one of the Hanover affiliate Emergency Response entities
(Fire/EMS, Hanover Sheriff’s Office, Ashland Police Department, and/or Hanover

An official copy of the school transcript and grade report from the school currently attending
or most recently attended. The official school transcript should list all grade points earned and
academic course work completed to date.

A brief statement (minimum 200 words & maximum 600 words) prepared by the applicant
which indicates their reasons for wanting to continue their education, future career goals, and
how it will support the Emergency Response Community.

Two (2) letters of recommendation:
a. Letters of recommendation should be from a teacher, school administrator, counselor, work
supervisor, or military supervisor who can address the qualifications and academic aptitude
of the scholarship applicant.
b. The required letters of recommendation may not be from the immediate family members,
close family friends, blood relatives, or relationships by marriage.

A statement of community involvement and extracurricular activities in school and outside of


Esperanza Education Fund Scholarships

Scholarships range from $3,000 to $20,000.

Scholarship amounts are determined based on need.

Scholarships will be disbursed equally across the years of the degree. For example, a scholar awarded $6,000 to attend community college would receive $3,000 per year for two years. A scholar awarded $10,000 for a four-year university would receive $2,500 per year for four years.


  • Applicant must be born outside the U.S. or have two parents born outside the U.S.
  • Applicant must be planning to enroll full-time at an accredited public college or university in the academic year the award is offered.
  • Applicant must be either a graduating senior at a high school in the District of Columbia, Maryland, or Virginia or a recent GED grad residing in DC, Maryland or Virginia.