CFG ScholarBank

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Recent Scholarships

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.


Virginia Aviation Business Association (VABA) – Charles J. Colgan Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to a Virginia high school senior, technical school senior or college/university undergraduate who is pursuing an aviation related career at an accredited institution.  The applicant should have at least a 3.0 GPA and must submit an essay and letters of recommendation.  Deadline extended until May 29, 2020


GRASP College Success Scholarship

To be eligible for this program students must participate in at least three GRASP College Success e-mail programs this academic year and have at least a 2.5 GPA for the year.  Financial need must be demonstrated and a current FAFSA form should have been filed.  An essay is required.


Episcopal Diocese of Southern Virginia – C. Charles Vache Scholarship Fund

These scholarships are provided to assist low-income and minority college students in the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Virginia.

First year students as well as returning college students are welcome to apply. Scholarship awards range from $500 to $2500 per academic year.


Spectra Venue Management (GRCC – Greater Richmond Convention Center) Scholarship

Formerly known as Global Spectrum, this company has a scholarship available to a graduating high school senior who will attend an accredited educational institution and plans to major in the field of Hospitality, Tourism, or Venue Management.  See high school counselor for more information.


American Legion Oratorical Contest

Created by the American Legion to impart leadership qualities, along with the ability to think and speak clearly and promote an understanding of the history of our nation’s laws and the duties, responsibilities, rights and privileges of American citizenship.  State winners will move on to a national competition.


Short Pump Ruritan Club Scholarship

The scholarship will be awarded based on academic achievement, leadership, community service, and financial need.  If you live in the service area of these schools you may apply (even if you attend a private school or are home schooled):  Mills Godwin, Douglas Freeman, J.R. Tucker, Deep Run, Glen Allen or Hermitage.  DUE TO SCHOOL CLOSING, APPLICATION SUBMITTAL IS EXTENDED TO MAY 1, 2020.


Virginia Association of Legal Secretaries (VALS) Marjorie L. Harmon, PLS Scholarship

Applicant should have an interest in the legal field (attorney, paralegal, legal assistant, law enforcement, court system, criminal justice, etc.) and wish to further their education.  Those eligible for this award shall include any Virginia resident or a member of a VALS chapter who has been accepted to an accredited institution of higher learning, including college, business college, etc.


Women in Public Finance (Virginia Chapter) Mary Blackwell Barnes Memorial Scholarship

Applicant should be an enrolled female college or graduate level student who has exhibited scholastic achievement and demonstrated leadership skills who is interested in a career in finance, government, nonprofits, or public law.  Applicant should be enrolled in a Virginia or District of Columbia college or university for the upcoming fall semester.


Teens Without 2 Scholarship

This non-profit was started by a recent college graduate who faced the challenges of being raised by a single parent and funded much of her education through hard work and earning scholarships. This individual now wants to help others by providing this scholarship opportunity to a senior in high school or a freshman or sophomore in college.  The applicant must come from a single parent household, display financial need, and have a GPA of 3.0 or above.  The applicant must complete an application, answer specific essay questions, provide an academic transcript and obtain two letters of recommendation.