CFG ScholarBank

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

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Recent Scholarships

GRASP Community College Pathway Scholarships

Eligible scholarship recipients will enroll at a Virginia Community College to either complete a career certificate or with the intent to transfer to a Virginia four-year public or private institution through a Virginia Guaranteed Admission Agreement.  See link for further requirements.

 

State Fair of Virginia Competition Scholarships

One $1,000 Gatewood Holland Stoneman Endowed Youth Development Scholarship

Qualifier: Applicant must have participated in 2019 non-livestock SFVA youth competitions or 2020 SFVA youth livestock shows.

Two $2,000 General Youth Development Scholarships

Qualifier: Applicant must have participated in 2019 non-livestock SFVA youth competitions or 2020 SFVA youth livestock shows.

Twelve Youth Livestock Scholarships:

Qualifier: Applicant must have participated in 2020 Youth Livestock Shows

  

 

TCF – John H. Wright Scholarship

The John H. Wright Scholarship Fund was established in 2018 to honor the memory of John H. Wright and Mr. Wright’s passion for farming and his land and his desire to help those who have encountered difficulties in life. The intent of this scholarship is to support students of varying academic levels who show promise of success in their chosen course of study.

An eligible student must be planning a course of study relating in some manner to agriculture, farming, or stewardship of the land.

 

TCF – Matthew Anthony Grappone Memorial Scholarship

The Matthew Anthony Grappone Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 1997 by his family, to honor a young man who was a student at Atlee High School. The purpose of the scholarship fund is to support post-secondary educational scholarships for qualifying graduates of Atlee High School and Hanover High School.

 

John Randolph Foundation – Disputanta Volunteer Fire Department David Zuskin Memorial Scholarship

To honor the sacrifices of local emergency responders and their families and to promote continuing education at institutions of higher learning. Priority will be given to a student who volunteers with the Disputanta Volunteer Fire Department or any Prince George County Emergency Services Department, or who is a dependent of a current or former volunteer of the Disputanta Volunteer Fire Department or any Prince George County Emergency Services Department. Preference will also be given to individuals interested in pursuing a course of study in the medical field or receiving appropriate training as a full-time or part-time firefighter or emergency services. Students must meet the basic requirements as outlined in the scholarship guidelines below.

 

John Randolph Foundation – Friendship Baptist Church Scholarship

To promote continuing education by awarding scholarships for any course of study at institutions of higher learning. These institutions may include technical colleges, community colleges, and four-year colleges/universities. Priority will be given to a member of Friendship Baptist Church and/or the child/grandchild of a member of Friendship Baptist Church.  Applicant must have a 2.5 GPA or higher and demonstrate financial need.

 

 

John Randolph Foundation – Fred C. and Bertha C. Morene Scholarship

To promote continuing education for any course of study by awarding scholarships for attendance at institutions of higher education to individuals who demonstrate financial need, community involvement, academic achievement and desire.  Applicant should attend Hopewell High School.

 

 

John Randolph Foundation – Bo Partin, Jr. Memorial Scholarship

To promote continuing education by awarding scholarships to a deserving student or alumnus from Hopewell High School, Prince George High School, Thomas Dale High School, or Maggie Walker & Appomattox Regional Governor School (home school would have been one of the above mentioned high schools) who plans to major in business/economics. Priority will be given to a student who plans or currently attends VMI. Applicants must demonstrate academic achievement, an active record of community service and strong leadership qualities.

 

Virginia Space Grant Consortium – Graduate STEM Student Fellowships

Applicants must be graduate students enrolled full-time in a program of study in science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) and have a specific faculty-mentored research project that has NASA or aerospace relevance. Applied Health Sciences majors are not eligible for this program.

 

Virginia Space Grant Consortium – STEM Bridge Scholarship Program

Students from any federally recognized minority group in STEM and enrolled full-time in a program of STEM at one of the five Virginia Space Grant member universities are strongly encouraged to apply.  Applied Health Science majors are not eligible for this program.