January Scholarship Information

January Scholarships

4-H OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIPS

    The Texas 4-H Youth Development Foundation, Inc.

    4180 State Highway 6 S

    College Station, TX  77845

    texas4-h.tamu.edu

The Opportunity Scholarship Program is an academically-competitive program in which a scholar's academic achievements and their 4-H experience are highly valued.  To apply for a Texas 4-H and YouthDevelopment Opportunity Scholarship, an applicant must, as a minimum:- Have made formal application to enroll with intent to attend a Texas college or university and have met theentrance requirements for that college or university- Be actively participating in 4-H- Be a Texas resident- Have successfully obtained the minimum test results for either the Baccalaureate Scholarship Program or theTechnical Certification Scholarship Program, as outlined at the website- Plan to attend a Texas College or University

Deadline:  End of February

TEXAS RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION FOR FOOD SERVICE SCHOLARSHIPS

Texas Restaurant AssociationW. Price Jr. Memorial ScholarshipP.O. Box 1429Austin, TX  78767-1429800-395-2872www.restaurantville.com/foundationScholarships of $2,000 are available for Texas residents only, and are awarded to graduating high school students attending a post-secondary culinary program and students currently enrolled in a post-secondary culinary program. For eligibility, deadlines, required documentation and full rules, see application by visiting website above or email Jerrica Deloney at jdeloney@tramail.org.Deadline:  February

ESA FOUNDATION

Epsilon Sigma Alpha (ESA) FoundationInternational Headquarters363 W. Drake RoadFort Collins, CO  80526970-223-2824email: esainfo@epsilonsigmaalpha.orgwww.epsilonsigmaalpha.orgEpsilon Sigma Alpha (ESA) Foundation    International Headquarters    363 W. Drake Road    Fort Collins, CO  80526    970-223-2824    email: esainfo@epsilonsigmaalpha.org    www.epsilonsigmaalpha.org   The ESA Foundation awards numerous scholarships annually, and applicants do not have to be an ESA member to apply.  Recipients will be selected based upon character, leadership, service, financial need, scholastic ability, and any special criteria set by a donor.  For a complete list of scholarships available and for more detailed information visit the website or contact Kathy Loyd, Scholarship Chair-person, at 660-441-3310; or email Sarah Fox at: marblelady14@gmail.com. Deadline is February 1.

 

ABE AND ANNIE SEIBEL FOUNDATION

Abe and Annie Seibel Foundation

    c/o The Frost Bank - Trust Dept.

    P.O. Box 8210

    Galveston, TX  77553-8210

    Phone:  409-770-5665

Interest-free loans available to USA Citizens and Texas residents who

have graduated from Texas high schools.  Must enroll as a full-time

student at a Texas college/university, accredited by the Southern

Association of Colleges and Schools, with the intention of completing

requirements toward a first bachelor's degree.

.Application packets are accepted January 1

through February 28.

 

NAFEPA scholarship

The purpose of the NAFEPA scholarship program is to financially support post-secondary education for qualifying seniors or high school graduates attending their first year of college.

Four scholarships will be awarded nationally:

-        two scholarships are for students pursuing a degree in Education

-        two scholarship winners can pursue a degree in Education or any other major

Each of the four scholarships is for $2500.

See Mrs. Myers for more information

 

 

 

Big Country Electric Cooperative, Inc. Scholarship

BIG COUNTRY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP Eligibility and Awards Criteria

  Two (2) scholarships of $4,000 each ($500 per semester) will be awarded.  Scholarship funds must be applied during the first year of college enrollment beginning the first fall semester following graduation from high school.   Applicant must reside with a parent or guardian who is a member of Big Country Electric Cooperative (BCEC).  Applicant must have a minimum cumulative high school 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale to apply.  See Mrs. Myers for application.

Deadline:   February 28

 

 

Kohls Scholarship
If you are a high school student looking for scholarships for college, check out these scholarship ideas. Some are fun and easy, while others require a significant community service project or talent in a particular area, such as music, art, writing or math.

 

 

 

Caffarelli Scholarship

Rocco C. Caffarelli established this scholarship in order to provide educational opportunities for young men residing in Texas who plan to attend a Texas college and earn a bachelor’s degree. The value of each scholarship is based on financial need, not to exceed $5,000 per academic year, for a maximum of four years, subject to renewal qualifications. You are eligible for this scholarship if you plan to attend a not-for-profit Texas college with the goal of earning a bachelor’s degree (not a vocational certificate). Deadline February 28 https://www.frostbank.com/scholarships/caffarelli

 

Texas Student Housing Scholarship Program

Open to student accepted to colleges in Austin, College Station, Denton or San Marcos, Texas, that have NOT signed offcampus housing leases with a TSH facility managed by Asset Campus Housing. · Must submit transcript, SAT/ACT scores, GPA and application package · A college grade point average of 3.0 is desired for renewal of the scholarship for subsequent years

For more information, visit:http://www.texasstudenthousing.net/

Submit applications to: Texas Student Housing Authority 99 Trophy Club Drive Trophy Club, TX 76262

Award amount:  $10,000 ($2,500/yr)

Deadline: 1/31/2019

 

Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists
Scholarships of $500 to $1,500 are awarded to undergraduate and graduate students. Scholarships from the Foundation are awarded on the basis of financial need, academic ability and career interest.

Deadline: 2/10/19

 

 

 

Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship

Be a graduating, minority high school senior; · Plan to attend an accredited and approved four–year institution within the United States; · Show leadership potential; · Demonstrate a dedication to community service; · Present evidence of financial need; · Be a United States citizen; · A minimum SAT score of 1,000 combined on the math and critical reading sections or a composite ACT score of 21; and · Not possess a degree from a 2 or 4–year

For Application: https://www.jackierobinson.org/apply/

Award Amount: Up to $24,000 Over 4 yrs

Deadline:  2/1/2019

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

The following link will take you to a website that will help you find scholarships that fit your future!

https://www.unigo.com/