CFG ScholarBank

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Recent Scholarships

N.R. Burroughs Educational Award

Fund provides scholarship assistance to qualified and deserving young men and women pursuing an undergraduate degree.

  • Be a graduating senior or current college student residing within a 200-mile radius of the Henry County Circuit Court for the entire scholarship period.
  • Enroll part-time or full-time in an accredited two- or four-year college or university.
  • Have a minimum GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale.
  • Have an annual household income of no more than $92,000 if there is one student attending college, or no more than $107,000 if there are two students attending college in the household.

 

Long Nguyen and Kimmy Duong Scholarship Program for Vietnamese American Students

The Kimmy Duong Foundation established the Long Nguyen and Kimmy Duong Scholarship Program in 2017, as a way for Ms. Kimmy to support her adopted country, the United States of America. The program has supported 30 students so far in pursuing higher education, while continuously seeking new opportunities to extend its scope to encourage young professionals.

The scholarships will be available to students who demonstrate:
· Outstanding academic achievement,
· Strong leadership potential,
· A track record of service to the Vietnamese and American communities,
· Pride in their Vietnamese culture and heritage; and,
· A passion for applying their academic background to create a better world, both in the United States and in Vietnam.

 

Tidewater Oyster Gardeners & Peoples Community Bank Middle School Writing Contest

1. Open to all Virginia middle school students, grades 6 – 8, including those students home schooled.

2. Nonfiction only, with the theme “Consider the Oyster.”  Writers will create their own title for the article–other than using the words of the theme listed above.  The essay should be between 500 – 750 words in length.

 

Virginia War Memorial Foundation – Marocchi Memorial Scholarship

In memory of Rear Admiral John Marocchi, a scholarship has been created to encourage and enable motivated individuals who plan to enroll in the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) at a Virginia school of higher education. The RADM John Marocchi Memorial Scholarship provides two awards of $2,500 each given to two graduating seniors from Virginia high schools.

**NOTE: Applicants do NOT need to be JROTC participants in their high schools. All graduating seniors who meet the qualifications are welcome to apply.**

 

Virginia Lakes and Watershed Association – Leo Bourassa Graduate Student Scholarships

The mission of the Virginia Lakes and Watersheds Association is to promote and educate the public on good lake and watershed management, encourage sustainable storm water management practices and protect the welfare of lakes and other water resources within the Commonwealth.  To help further our mission, we would like to award scholarships to support and acknowledge deserving students who are studying in fields related to water resources. In the past, the Virginia Lakes and Watersheds Association has annually awarded from two to four scholarships ranging in value from $3,000 to $500 each.

The scholarship recipient will be selected on the basis of academic performance, contribution to the field of water resources, and related extracurricular activities. The Virginia Lakes and Watersheds Association intends to award a minimum of one scholarship to an undergraduate student and one scholarship to a graduate student. More scholarships may be awarded based on the number and quality of applicants.

 

Virginia Lakes and Watershed Association – Leo Bourassa Undergraduate Scholarships

The mission of the Virginia Lakes and Watersheds Association is to promote and educate the public on good lake and watershed management, encourage sustainable storm water management practices and protect the welfare of lakes and other water resources within the Commonwealth.  To help further our mission, we would like to award scholarships to support and acknowledge deserving students who are studying in fields related to water resources. In the past, the Virginia Lakes and Watersheds Association has annually awarded from two to four scholarships ranging in value from $500 to $3,000 each.

The scholarship recipient will be selected on the basis of academic performance, contribution to the field of water resources, and related extracurricular activities. The Virginia Lakes and Watersheds Association intends to award a minimum of one scholarship to an undergraduate student and one scholarship to a graduate student. More scholarships may be awarded based on the number and quality of applicants.

 

Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship

The program is geared toward high school and college undergraduate students planning to pursue a major in engineering or computer science, who demonstrate financial need and come from an underrepresented group or underserved community.  Recipients will also be eligible for a paid Lockheed Martin internship opportunity.

 

Buddy Pelletier Surfing Foundation Scholarship

These scholarships will be limited to members of the East Coast Surfing community. Students of all ages are eligible. Rising high school seniors and college undergraduate students or returning students may apply. Applicants and previous winners may reapply each year.

 

Rueben R. Cowles Youth Educational Award

The Reuben R. Cowles Youth Educational Award is awarded to young Jersey cow owners from Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia who are at least high school seniors but not older than 36 years of age.

 

Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship Program

The Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship Program was established in accordance with § 30-231.8 of the Code of Virginia for the purpose of providing a public education to persons who were denied an education in the public schools of Virginia between 1954 and 1964, in jurisdictions in which the public schools were closed to avoid desegregation.