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

Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads – Anne J. Gwaltney Scholarship

To be eligible for the scholarship:

1) You or your parent must have been a member of the VAVRS, AVAVRS, or VAJVRS for at least 2 years.

2) You must be accepted at a fully accredited college or university or waiting acceptance at an institution that meets the criteria.

3) You must be less than 35 years old during the calendar year in which you are receiving the award.

4) You cannot have received this award before.


Asparagus Club Scholarship Fund

Affiliated with the National Grocers Association and created to enhance the future of the grocery industry by investing in education.  Each year scholarships are awarded to rising full time college sophomores , seniors, or graduate students pursuing a degree in business, food management or another relevant course of study leading to a career in the grocery industry.  A transcript, personal statement, resume and two letters of recommendation are required.


Rosecrest Garden Club Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to a Richmond area high school senior. Rosecrest Garden Club seeks to promote careers for students pursuing a degree in the following: horticulture,
agriculture, organic science, landscape architecture and design, and turf management.   Applicants should have a 3.0 GPA or higher and will need to supply two letters of recommendation.


Virginia Restaurant, Lodging & Travel Association Hospitality Scholarships

The VRLTAEF offers annual scholarships to provide financial assistance to worthy individuals studying in the hospitality industry. Scholarships are designed to provide assistance to deserving students seeking to further their knowledge at all levels of higher education.  See link for multiple scholarship opportunities.


Southside Electric Cooperative Education Opportunity Fund Scholarship

Applicant must live in the Southside Electric service area.  Financial need, academic achievement and a personal statement are required.


Junior Achievement of Central Virginia Future Laureate Scholarship

This competition is open to students currently enrolled in 9th-12th grade who have participated in at least one JA of Central Virginia program while enrolled in high school, including through external organizations. Up to one award will be given to a high school senior. Multiple awards may be given.


Capital One Virginia Military Dependent Scholarship

Applicant should be a resident of, or attending a high school in Virginia, who is a senior with a parent/guardian as an active duty service member.  The student must attend college in the upcoming academic year.


Virginia School Plant Managers Association Annual Scholarships

Open to students who are high school seniors, have earned a GED or attend college or technical school as a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd year student.  The student’s learning should be focused on the areas of building design, building construction, building engineering or facilities maintenance.


Colonial Agricultural Educational Foundation – Dr. C. E. Myers and Olive S. Myers Memorial Endowment

Must be a resident of Hanover County.


Colonial Agricultural Educational Foundation – Roger Gregory, Jr. and Emma E. Gregory Memorial Endowment by St. Peters Parish Church

Open to residents of Charles City, New Kent or King William Counties pursuing a college education to study agriculture, forestry or environmental science. Preference given to previous recipient of this award.