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There are Billions of dollars of money for college is out there... you just have
to find it! As you search for college scholarships, make it a priority to look
for Grants as well.
Many scholarships and grants are designated for students who attend a particular
school or live in a particular area, so it's important that you contact your
high school, college, local Chamber of Commerce, and local minority
organizations to find out what opportunities are available for you. Here's
a glimpse at some of the major scholarship and grant opportunities that are
Train up a child in the way he should go: and
when he is old, he will not depart from it.
Programs - Scholarships
Olivet 12th Grade Program
The major purpose of the Scholarship Committee is to promote and
encourage high school seniors to continue their education after graduating from
high school. Any questions, contact Rae Carson, 328.7528 or
Baptist Church Scholarship Application, Due
May 1. 2016
Any high school senior who has been actively
involved with Mount Olivet for at least two years since
grade 8, is encouraged to apply. Actively
involved means regularly attending Worship Services and
participating in activities, e.g., AB Girls, Boy Scouts,
Youth Choir, Audio-Visual Ministry, Youth Usher Board,
Youth Sunday, Liturgical Dance, Bible Study,
Audio-Visual Ministry, etc.
Each graduate will receive a minimum of
$1,000.00. There are two additional scholarships
that will be awarded in the amount of $250.00 each.
One is for the senior with the highest GPA. The
other is the Regina Alexander Award, which will
go to one senior who meets the characteristics and
Christian behavior exemplified and espoused by Mrs.
The completed application package is due by
Tuesday, May 1, 2016. No Application will be
accepted after this date, May 1st. An
interview with the Scholarship Committee is required.
The Scholarship Award announcements will
be made during the Sunday morning worship service
as part of the Baccalaureate Program on June 1st.
Mrs. Rae Carson, Chairperson of the Scholarship
Committee, at 585.328-7528, if you have any questions.
University, No Tuition Program
Harvard College has provided assistance
to students who need help in meeting their
education expenses for over 350 years, enabling
them to seek out the most outstanding scholars
in the world and open our doors to students of
exceptional ability and promise, regardless of
their financial circumstances.
Apply for aid at the same time as you apply for
admission. Your financial aid application will
in no way jeopardize your chances of admission.
Application for Federal Student Aid, is the form
that must be filled out in order to apply for
federal financial aid. If you are a US citizen
or permanent resident applying for financial aid
you must fill out this free form each year.
2. HFAI (Harvard
If your family earns
less than $65,000 per year, your parents pay
nothing for you to attend Harvard.
3. Types of Aid.........more
When you qualify for
financial aid from Harvard, we use a combination
of resources to create an individualized aid
package to meet your demonstrated need.
Robinson Foundation Scholarship Program Due
February 15, 2016
This foundation offers awards up to $7200
annually to high school seniors based on
academics, financial need and evidence of
community interest and leadership potential. For
more information, call 212.290-8600.
Jackie Robinson Scholarship.....more
Marshall College Fund Altria Scholarship, Due
February 28, 2016
scholarship award is $6,200 for the 2016-2017
academic school year. The funds are applied in
the fall and spring semesters at $3,100 per
semester. Students must meet the minimum
criteria to apply for the award.
Varies up to
Whitehouse Internship Program,
Jan 15, 2016
The application for the Summer 2016 White House Internship Program is now
The White House Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to gain
valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on
program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen
their understanding of the Executive Office and prepare them for future public
April 17, 2016 -
Applications are now being accepted for their
annual Nona Patterson Chambers Scholarship
for African American young ladies graduating
from high school in June, 2016. If interested,
please call Ms. Castle at 278-6877.
Intel Science Talent Search, 2016, Deadline:
Nov 4, 2016
Science Talent Search,
is America’s most prestigious science research
competition for high school seniors. In 1942, the first
partnership was with Westinghouse then in 1998 it became
Intel. Intel STS has provided a national stage for
America’s best and brightest young scientists to present
Original Research to Nationally recognized Professional
Scientists. Intel STS
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