CFG ScholarBank

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Recent Scholarships

Virginia 811 Scholarship

Virginia 811 Scholarship Eligibility.

•  Applicant must have at least one parent or legal guardian who works full or part-time at a Virginia 811 Member Utility, works as a Utility Locator locating utilities in Virginia, or is a Professional Excavator who works in Virginia and whose company has successfully set up a Web Ticket Entry Account with Virginia 811.
•   Applicants must be Virginia residents and attend an accredited Virginia high school, public or private.
•  Applicants must be seniors at their respective high schools.
•   Applicants must have a current GPA of 3.5 or higher.
•   Applicants must be planning to attend either community college or a four-year, accredited, college or university by the following fall after graduation.
•   Applicants must successfully complete the Basic C.A.R.E. Module (Training Only) as a “Homeowner” prior to applying for this scholarship and include a screenshot of the course completion screen in the Section 1-4 PDF (see PDF details in the Guidelines section).

The Basic C.A.R.E. Module is found here:  https://partner.its-training.com/va811/index.html.

 

Hanover Republican Women’s Club Scholarship

Available for a female candidate with strong leadership skills, community service, and political activities.

 

Headwaters Soil & Water Conservation District Scholarship

The Headwaters Soil & Water Conservation District Scholarship guidelines/criteria allow full-time students who have applied to a college undergraduate level curriculum to apply for the SWCD Scholarship Program. These scholarships are offered to graduating high school students as well as college students. Preference may be given to applicants who have not previously received a Headwaters SWCD scholarship.  Eligible applicants
must reside or attend school within the boundaries of the Headwaters SWCD (Augusta County, the City of
Staunton, or the City of Waynesboro).

Recipients are selected based on various criteria including: academic achievement, school and community involvement, interest in natural resources conservation, as well as financial need.

The District also screens applications and selects one application to forward on to the Virginia Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts (VASWCD) for consideration for one of the available VASWCD Educational Foundation, Inc. Scholarships.

 

Congressional Art Competition – 7th District

The competition is open to all high school students who either live or attend school in the Seventh District. The winner of our district’s competition will be displayed for one year in the U.S. Capitol alongside artwork from other nation-wide contest winners, as well as being featured on the Congressional Art Competition web page.

Accepted Mediums for Artwork

  • Paintings: oil, acrylics, watercolor, etc.
  • Drawings: colored pencil, pencil, ink, marker, pastels, charcoal (it is recommended that charcoal and pastel drawings be fixed)
  • Collages: must be two-dimensional
  • Prints: lithographs, silkscreen, block prints
  • Mixed Media: use of more than two mediums such as pencil, ink, watercolor, etc.
  • Computer-generated art
  • Photographs

 

The Miriam “Ellen” Armstrong Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Cobra One Social Club, Inc., family, and friends to honor the life of
Miriam Ellen Armstrong and continue her legacy of excellence, generosity, and service.

Requirements:
• Must be a high school senior for the 2020-2021 academic year
• Must be a resident of Richmond, Chesterfield, Hanover, or Henrico, Virginia
• Provide a copy of unofficial transcripts with a minimum overall GPA of 3.0
• Provide a summary of community service experience
• Provide a list of extracurricular activities and awards/achievements
• In a short essay, describe how COVID-19 has impacted your senior year of high school. Your essay
should be one full page, typed 12-inch font, and double-spaced

 

Virginia Fourth District 2021 Congressional Art Competition

Congressman McEachin invites all high school students (grades 9-12), living or attending school in Virginia’s fourth congressional district, to submit an original work of art for the 2021 Congressional Art Competition.

Students should submit a high-resolution photo of their artwork and a completed Student Release and Information form via email to VA04.Projects@mail.house.gov with the subject line “Art Competition.”

Please contact Elizabeth Hardin at 804-486-1840 with any questions.

 

The Parker Family Scholarship

The scholarship is open to all Richmond Public School high school seniors currently attending one of the eight high schools in the city. The eligibility requirements for the scholarship are below:

  1.  Attend one of the eight Richmond Public Schools for at least a year.

  2.  Plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited four-year college or university.

  3.  Graduate during the spring or summer of the year 2021.

  4.  Have demonstrated financial need.

 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority – Pi Rho Omega Chapter–Dr. Linda H. Gilliam Scholarship

     Scholarship Criteria
  • A female student graduating from Chesterfield or Powhatan County Public Schools.
  • Must have attained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Must have demonstrated service in her school and community
  • Essay topic: “Why I want to Attend an HBCU”-300 words.
  • Candidate will enroll and attend an HBCU, failure to do so will result in the award being rescinded.

 

The Shann Palmer Poetry Contest

The Shann Palmer Poetry Contest is a partnership between James River Writers and Richmond magazine to encourage Virginia poets to share their best work.

First prize: $500, publication of winning poem(s) in Richmond magazine, and a ticket to the annual James River Writers conference.

 

 

Richmond Injury Attorneys Scholarship Contest

The attorneys at Lantz & Robins, P.C. believe that an important key to success begins with a quality education.

We understand how pursuing an education while trying to take on other activities can often times become cumbersome.

That is why we want to hear from students about the challenges they’ve dealt with and how that’s impacted who they are today.

ESSAY OVERVIEW

This year we are asking students to write an essay about a few of those challenges they have faced and how they were able to overcome them.

We are asking students to write a 150-300 words essay about the following: Describe an obstacle that you overcame, what was important, or significant about that obstacle. Then, answer what you took away from the experience.