CFG ScholarBank

Better than Fastweb. 500 local scholarships. Over $1.5 million dollars.

Updated every week. Use the search box and search away! And if you want some great ideas on how to save time and get better search results, please click on the link below to read our tips. 

Tips on using the CFG ScholarBank

Recent Scholarships

Stuart H. Slusher Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior from Freeman High School who is planning on continuing his or her education after high school. The minimum GPA is 2.0 and the applicant should demonstrate leadership, community service, and participation in athletics. Please see the Freeman Counseling Office for more information.

 

Shady Grove Elementary PTA – Thomas B. Fernald Scholarship

Are you a high school senior who attended Shady Grove Elementary School? Have you been an active volunteer? You may be eligible to apply for the Thomas B. Fernald Scholarship. Additional criteria include a record of community service, a well-rounded individual, an overall good student and a person of good character.

 

Tuckahoe Woman’s Club Scholarship

This scholarship is for graduating seniors with at least a 3.5 GPA, who standout in extracurricular activities and community service. Financial need must also be shown. See your Guidance office for information and application.

 

Virginia High School League – Vito Perriello Citizenship Award

Two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded during the school year, honoring one male and one female student-participant who demonstrates outstanding traits of citizenship in his/her high school career.  Only students graduating from a VHSL member school will be eligible for these awards. Each VHSL member school may nominate one male and one female student (a separate application is required for each individual).

Students must have previously participated in one or more VHSL activities which can include serving as an athletic training student aide (ATSA) with a Virginia licensed athletic trainer within that school to be eligible for the award.  All applications must be submitted to the VHSL office by the member school principal.

 

Virginia High School League – Allstate Foundation Achievement Award

Open to graduating seniors attending a member VHSL public high school who have previously won at least one varsity letter in a VHSL sport/academic activity, and who are involved both in school-sponsored activies and community-related activities.  Each VHSL member school is encouraged to nominate four candidates, one for each category – female athlete, male athlete, academic activities participant and courageous achievement.

 

Central Virginia Nursery and Landscape Scholarship Fund

Open to resident students of Central Virginia who are pursuing a degree in Horticulture or Landscape Design.  Preference given to students who have worked or plan to work for a member of CVNLA.

$1,000.00 awarded the “Harry Johnson Memorial Scholarship” to a horticulture student at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College.

$500.00 awarded the “Harris Wheeler Scholarship” to a horticulture student at Richmond Technical Center.

$500.00 awarded the “Richard Nunnally Scholarship” to a horticulture student at the Chesterfield Technical Center.

 

Associated Builders and Contractors CEF Scholarship

The Construction Education Foundation of Virginia (CEF) will award a minimum of four $2,500 scholarships for higher education in the construction industry. Only students who are employees or children of employees of ABC-VA member firms are eligible. All applicants must be pusuing a degree in construction management, civil engineering, electrical engineering, or mechanical engineering. The applicant must be enrolled in school or accepted to a school.

 

American Water Works Association – Virginia Water Environment Association – Graduate Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded annually by VWEA to a full or part time graduate student who is a member of VWEA and attending school in Virginia currently and in the upcoming Fall semester.  Judging of the applicants is performed by the VWEA Student Activities Committee and based on merit.  Requirements include a one-page resume indicating academic and extracurricular performance and activities, and either a reference letter from an instructor or professor or a one-page essay on a wastewater topic of your choice.  One must supply an up-to-date transcript or official semester schedule of school currently attending and a completed VWEA Student Scholarship application.

 

The Virginia Latino Higher Education Network (VALHEN)

Open to Virginia resident students who are of Latino/Hispanic heritage and who have graduated or will graduate from a Virginia high school with a 2.5 GPA.  Applicant must be planning to enroll, or already be enrolled,  in an accredited public or private college or university in the Commonwealth of Virginia.  A 300-500 word essay is required.

 

The Lee-Jackson Foundation Scholarship

Open to any junior or senior in a Virginia public or private high school or home school that plans to attend an accredited four-year college or university in the United States as a full-time student.  Applicant must demonstrate the natural ability to succeed in college and have a sincere desire to attend. Financial need is not a requirement.  The application must be accompanied by an essay on either General Lee or General Jackson, or both.