CFG ScholarBank

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Recent Scholarships

Executive Women International – Richmond Chapter ASIST Scholarship

EWI is offering the Adult Student In Scholastic Transition Scholarship for non-traditional students.  Are you eighteen or older, in financial need, currently enrolled in a degree or certificate program, facing social, physical or economic challenges, just entering or preparing to re-enter the workforce, a single parent, a displaced worker, or at a transitional point in your life?  If you can answer yes to any of these questions, you may be eligible for this scholarship.  See website for additional details.


Mid-Atlantic Security Traders Foundation Scholarships for College Students

Eligible candidates should be undergraduates who are currently sophomore or junior business majors with a concentration in finance or economics and who are enrolled at a four-year state-sponsored or private college or university. Applicants must be U.S. Citizens.  Applicants will be evaluated on GPA, awards/academic honors received in and out of college, extracurricular/school/athletic activities and a 500 word essay entitled “How the securities markets affect our daily lives.”  Two letters of reference are also required.


Community Foundation – Manchester Volunteer Rescue Squad Greene-Stubblefield Scholarship

This fund was established to support scholarships for employees, children of employees or dependents of employees of the Manchester Volunteer Rescue Squad and their qualified applicants.  If there are no employees, children of employees or dependents of employees of the MVRS who apply, then preference will be given to Chesterfield County residents in the County’s Health Science Specialty Center (currently at Cosby High School) or in the VCU Paramedics Program, through VCU’s Center for Trauma and Critical Care Education.


Community Foundation – CarMax-Rick Sharp Entrepreneur Scholarship

An eligible applicant must demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for innovation and have financial need.  Applicants should have a commitment to academics which will be evaluated based on regular attendance, GPA, and SAT scores.  Leadership capabilities should include involvement in extracurricular school activities, honors and awards, and involvement in the community.


Virginia Athletic Trainers’ Association (VATA) Professional Development Scholarship – For Attendance of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia

A one-time scholarship to a deserving student currently enrolled in their final year at an in-state CAATE-accredited athletic training education program or a graduate assistant certified athletic trainer who is in their final year of an in-state post-graduate program in the State of Virginia, in order to attend the above mentioned symposia.  Criteria for selection includes scholarship ability, leadership ability, citizenship/community service and dedication/interest in athletic training.  Two letters of recommendation (one of which must be from your NCAT) are required, along with other conditions of eligibility and verification of attendance and expenses related to the symposia upon return.


Virginia Athletic Trainers’ Association (VATA)-College/University Scholarship Award

A one-time scholarship to a deserving college/university student who will be entering their final year of an Accredited Athletic Training Education Program in the State of Virginia.  The program seeks to recognize a student for their scholarship ability, leadership ability, citizenship/community service and dedication/interest in athletic training.  Two letters of recommendation (one of which must be from your NCAT) are required.


Upsilon Nu Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Kavansa B. Smith Memorial Scholarship

Student must be a senior African American male from the Richmond area.  Criteria includes:  a completed application with preference given to students who plan to attend or have been accepted at a historically black college or university, but students planning to attend other institutions are encouraged to apply; the scholastic ability of the students with a minimum GPA of 2.5; the financial needs of the student; and the strength of references from individuals qualified to attest to the character, disposition, financial need and/or ability of the student to compete on the collegiate/university level.  Contact high school counselor for more information.


Crime Stoppers of Metro Richmond Poster Contest

Each year Crime Stoppers of Metro Richmond sponsors a poster contest for area high school students.  The winner of the contest will receive a cash prize and have their poster displayed in area high schools and in the community in the six jurisdictions of Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers; Charles City County, Goochland County, Hanover County, Henrico County, New Kent County, and the City of Richmond.


John Randolph Foundation – Mary H. and Paul L. Quarrels Memorial Scholarship

Applicant should plan to pursue a career in education as a full-time or part-time undergraduate and demonstrate scholastic achievement with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.  Active participation in the community and extracurricular activities are required.  Financial need verification is also required.


John Randolph Foundation – American Legion Hopewell Memorial Post 146 Scholarship in Memory of Daniel W. Barbee, Jr.

Awarded for any course of study.  High School applicants must demonstrate academic achievement with a GPA of 3.0 or higher and plan to attend college as a full-time or part-time student.  Students currently attending a two or four year institution of higher education must be in good standing and have a GPA of 2.0 or higher to be considered.  Financial need, good citizenship and community involvement will be considered.  Priority may be given to those who are the child or grandchild of a member of the Hopewell American Legion Post 146.