CFG ScholarBank

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Recent Scholarships

Virginia Athletic Trainers’ Association High School Scholarship

Available to male or female senior who intends to become a Certified Athletic Trainer.  Must possess scholarship and leadership ability and evidence of interest through experience as a high school athletic trainer and/or attendance of an athletic training seminar or workshop.

 

Children’s Museum of Richmond – Snow Queen Scholarship

Applicant should be a female who is a junior in high school who would like to serve as the Children’s Museum of Richmond Snow Queen.  Must have love of children, balance of academics and other extracurricular activities.

 

National Association of Women in Construction(NAWIC)-Richmond Chapter

Available to male or female seniors who plan to pursue a career in a construction related field; must plan to attend a 2 or 4 yr. accredited school; must demonstrate financial need.  Only one application per school will be considered.  See high school counselor for application and counselor’s deadline date.

 

Delta Sigma Theta Financial Aid Award – Chesterfield Alumnae Chapter

Criteria:  African American male or female, GPA 2.5, must enroll in accredited college or university, and student must be  resident of Chesterfield County or have participated in a program by the Chesterfield Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta.  See counselor for more information.

 

AIAA – Futures In Aerospace Scholarship

The “Futures in Aerospace” Scholarship is open to all high school seniors who intend to pursue a study in engineering or the physical or applied sciences pertinent to aerospace.

The Selection Committee will determine the winners of the scholarships on the basis of the following items:

• An essay, no more than 1200 words, on the proposed area of study in engineering, physical science, or applied science and its relation to aerospace. The motivation for the choice, any special interests, and expected accomplishments should be stated.

• Scholastic achievement as determined by high school grade point average (converted to a scale 0.0 to 4.0) and score on the Scholastic Aptitude (SAT) or other college entrance tests.

• A letter of recommendation by a high school faculty member with personal classroom knowledge of the applicant’s abilities.

• Potential for leadership as indicated by the applicant’s record of extracurricular activities.

 

Prince George Master Gardener Association Scholarship

The Prince George Master Gardener Association is pleased to offer at least one (1) scholarship to enable students to study in a plant science related field, including but not limited to horticulture, botany, agronomy, forestry, landscape architecture/design, and turf management. These scholarships can be awarded to high school seniors or to students entering a college/university for the first time as a full time student.

 

Scott and Stringfellow Educational Foundation Scholarship

The Foundation provides need-based scholarships, with some consideration given to merit, to students in the communities where Scott & Stringfellow has offices.

Scholarship awards will be based on the following criteria:

* Applicant’s demonstrated need and an evaluation of successful college completion as determined by a prior academic record.

* Leadership roles in school and community activities.

* A personal statement of educational goals and aspirations.

* The chief consideration, however, will be financial need and any incomplete applications will not be considered.

The amount of each annual scholarship award goes up to $2,500 annually, depending on the financial need of each recipient and the cost of attendance at the institution of his or her choice. These amounts are subject to change, depending on the availability of funds in any given year.

 

Richmond Association of Phi Beta Kappa Scholarship

The criteria for this scholarship emphasizes excellent academic achievement and a commitment to the principles of  Phi Beta Kappa’s advocacy of the liberal arts. Graduating seniors are eligible for this scholarship.  See your guidance counselor for details.

 

TCF – William Reed Baker Oustanding Senior Award

The purpose of this scholarship is to support post-secondary educational scholarships for qualifying graduates of Hampton High School, Hampton, Virginia. The recipient of the scholarship will be a student who best exemplifies William Reed Baker’s commitment to academics, sportsmanship, school and community service activities, and dedication to fellow classmates.

An eligible student must:

  • be a senior attending Hampton High School, 1491 Queen Street, Hampton, Virginia 23669
  • demonstrate outstanding commitment to academics, athletics, school and community activities, and also a commitment to fellow classmates
  • be a candidate for high school graduation at the end of the current academic year, and plan to enroll in an accredited four-year college or university the following academic year

 

TCF – Virginia Randolph Scholarship

The purpose of the Fund is to honor Virginia Estelle Randolph’s 57-year teaching career in Henrico County by supporting the provision of scholarships or tuition assistance for qualifying high school graduates from Henrico County.  Scholarship awards are based primarily on financial need, academic achievement and a commitment to community service.

An eligible student must be:

  • a graduating high school senior from a public high school in Henrico County
  • demonstrate financial need, a commitment to academic achievement, and a commitment to serving his or her community
  • a candidate for high school graduation at the end of the current academic year, and plan to enroll in an accredited 2- or 4-year community college, college or university, vocational or technical institution the following academic year