CFG ScholarBank

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Recent Scholarships

Dixie Boys Baseball Bernie Varnadore Scholarship Program

For outstanding high school seniors who were participants in a Dixie Boys Baseball, Inc. program and plan to attend college.  One may have participated in the Dixie Boys Baseball program for boys 13 & 14 years old, Dixie Pre-Majors Baseball for boys 15 & 16 years old; and Dixie Majors Baseball for boys 15 through 19 years old.  High school grades and testing and evidence of strong school and community leadership are required, as well as financial need.

 

Dixie Youth Baseball Scholarship

For high school seniors.  Must have played in a Dixie Youth Baseball league before the age of 13.  This scholarship is not based on athletic ability.

 

Washington Regional Transplant Community (WRTC) Legacy of Life Essay & Video Contest

WRTC is offering high school seniors in their service area an opportunity to receive scholarship money for college by writing an essay or creating a video in regards to organ donation.  See link for specific criteria for these lucrative scholarships.

 

The Richmond Public Relations Foundation David P. Hurdle, William Dietrick and Daphne Lowell Dailey Memorial Scholarships

Three scholarships will be awarded to juniors or seniors of select Virginia colleges and universities who plan to pursue a career in public relations. One does not need to be a public relations major but should be planning to pursue work in public relations upon graduation.  An essay is required.  In addition to the colleges listed, the applicant may go to any college as long as their permanent residence is in this designated area:

Central Virginia residents are those living within the Richmond MSA, which includes the independent cities of Richmond, Petersburg, Hopewell and Colonial Heights; the counties of Amelia, Caroline, Charles City, Chesterfield, Dinwiddie, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, King William, New Kent, Powhatan, Prince George and Sussex; and the incorporated towns of Ashland and Bowling Green.

To apply for one of the scholarships, please prepare and submit the following items:

A copy of their transcript (including GPA); unofficial transcripts are acceptable, but the winners may be asked for official transcripts for verification purposes

A resume, to include work experiences and internships

A typed, doubled-spaced, single-page essay on “Why I Want to Work in Public Relations”

 

Mail the application materials to:

The Richmond Public Relations Foundation

P.O. Box 29232

Richmond, VA23242

Or, email a PDF packet to

cmcpherson@hodgespart.com

 

 

 

Virginia International Business Council Scholarship

VAIBC has established a scholarship program for college students in the State of Virginia.  Applicants should have an interest in International Business and be a rising undergraduate junior, senior or graduate student with a 3.0 GPA or better.  Please see link for additional criteria.

 

John Tyler Community Foundation Scholarships

The John Tyler Community Foundation scholarships are made possible by donor gifts.  To be eligible one must be enrolled or plan to enroll in a degree program at JTCC.  A minimum 2.5 GPA is required, along with having completed a current FAFSA which needs to be on file at John Tyler before the scholarship deadline date.  In-state tuition status is required.

 

U.S. JCI Senate Foundation Scholarship Program

The JCI Senate Foundation supports efforts of the Jaycees organization.  Two top ranked applications per state will be forwarded to the national foundation to be judged by an outside, independent panel of educators and winners of the scholarship grants are selected by that panel.  See link for additional information and requirements.

 

Southern States Scholarship Program

Applicant must be accepted at one of the specific universities listed by Southern States in the link below for enrollment into the college of agriculture, and be the son or daughter of a producer of agricultural products.  FFA and/or 4-H experience is preferred but not required.  Applicant must be a resident of the state in which the university he or she plans to attend is located.

Eligible colleges in Virginia: Virginia Tech, Virginia State

 

Mid-Atlantic Chapter, International Erosion Control Association Collegiate Scholarship

Several scholarships will be awarded to assist undergraduate students within a designated field of study associated with Erosion and Sediment Control.  Applicant must be a declared major at an accredited four-year college or university located in one of the Mid-Atlantic states listed and must be either a full-time sophomore, junior, or senior undergraduate.  Must have a career direction related to the field of Stormwater Management or Erosion and Sediment Control.  Possible fields of study could include environmental science, earth studies, and earth science, agricultural and civil engineering, soil science, agronomy, geology, hydrology, construction technology, forestry, agricultural science, and marine science.  Applicant must have a GPA of 2.75 or higher.

 

Karen Riley Porter, Attorney at Law – Good Works Scholarship

Criteria for eligibility and selection:

  • The scholarship program is open to all undergraduate, graduate, and law school students, as well as incoming college freshmen at an accredited U.S. educational institution.
  • The candidate must be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Application requirements:

The Karin Riley Porter Attorney at Law Scholarship program welcomes all students who meet the above criteria to apply. Applicants will be assessed based on the following criteria:

  • A current resume,
  • An academic transcript,
  • A letter of recommendation,
  • A 500-word essay that identifies the applicant and describes the applicant’s leadership and dedication in giving back to his or her community through community service projects, including projects involving criminal justice issues.