College of St. Joseph in Rutland, Vermont - Provider Scholarship
Who is eligible
Provider Scholars are intellectually curious, want to make a difference on campus and in the community, and have a 2.0-4.0 GPA.
What is the Provider Scholarship?
The Provider Scholarship is for full-time resident and commuter undergraduate students and can be worth up to more than $65,000 over four years. It incorporates a commitment to academic excellence, personal and professional growth, and community service. Tuition, room and board costs are locked in over four years, which means that the direct cost to students decreases over their time at CSJ. The scholarship removes about half of the cost of student's tuition, room and board, making CSJ among the best values for private colleges.
If you are interested in this opportunity please see Joni Kennedy or Chris Cate in the Counseling Office for further details.
Reading Friends and Neighbors Community Foundation Community Service Award - For Reading students. Applications available in the Counseling Office. Application deadline is .
$2,000, $1,000 & $500
First and Second Year Male Students.
Acacia Fraternity is offering the Dr. John B. Lane Leadership Scholarship in the amounts of $2,000, $1,000 & $500 to incoming first and second year male students. Apply online!
Applications due by , at
The Key Award at Elmira College
This merit award is bestowed upon one outstanding man and woman in the junior year of high school or preparatory school as nominated by the guidance or college counselor.
The Key holds a monetary scholarship value of $15,000 per year for a total of $60,000 over a 4-year period. Key winners will be considered for other Elmira College Honor Scholarships, as well as for need-based financial aid, after applying and being admitted to Elmira. If a Key Award winner is selected for a higher scholarship at the time of admission to Elmira, that scholarship replace the Elmira College Key Award. The Key Award is not added to the new scholarship. However, you will always be recognized as a Key Award winner at EC. Recipients must maintain an academic average of at least 3.0 at the end of each year to maintain eligibility for the scholarship.
Key recipients are required to visit the College prior to of their senior year in high school or prep school to qualify for the scholarship.
If you are interested in being nominated for this Award please see Joni Kennedy in the Counseling Office by .
NEW Scholarship for architectural or architectural engineering program
The American Institute of Architects, Vermont Chapter (AIAVT) is offering two new scholarships- which are to be given to high school students. These two scholarships will be awarded to students who have demonstrated excellence in areas of design or aesthetics. To qualify, the applicant must be scheduled to complete their senior year at a Vermont high school and be accepted in an architectural or architectural engineering program anywhere in the United States.
We are calling the new scholarships the AIA Vermont Scholar Promise Awards. The first two $500 awards will be given out this year. It is our board of directors' intention to continue to offer these awards each spring for the foreseeable future.
Due to our chapter's interest in supporting our state's economy and local design firms, our board will give preference to equally qualified candidates who will attend any of the three Vermont institutions that teach architecture: Norwich University, Vermont Technical College, or Middlebury College. For superior candidates accepted to out-of-state architectural institutions, the in-state preference will be waived.
We will request that applicants submit a 500-word essay on why they are good candidates for the scholarship, as well as a portfolio of architectural and/or artistic work that demonstrates their developing skills as a designer. The scholarship application form will be online at http://www.aiavt.org/resources/. Submissions are to be mailed or emailed to AIA Vermont's executive director, Carol Miklos, by . Entrants will be notified by email no later than .
The scholarship funds will be distributed directly to the institution where the recipients are enrolled for the fall semester of 2015 by the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC).
If they have any questions, they can contact Ward Joyce or Carol Miklos:
Ward Joyce, AIA, Board of Directors, AIAVT, 802-522-0150
Thanks very much for your assistance.
Ward Joyce, AIA
Board of Directors, AIAVT
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The 2015 Aspiring Nurse Scholarship
Nursing Schools Almanac is proud to announce our inaugural Aspiring Nurse Scholarship. We will award a $1,000 scholarship to an aspiring nurse who best demonstrates:
A track record of academic excellence, particularly in science and mathematics
A passion for the nursing profession and the overall field of healthcare
This scholarship competition is open to all US high school seniors who plan to pursue college education in nursing, including LPN / LVN, ADN, and BSN programs.
Applicants must be in good academic standing and on track to graduate from high school at the conclusion of the 2014-15 academic year. Only one application entry is accepted per student.
: Submission deadline for scholarship applications is .
July 2015: Scholarship committee will meet to review all applications received.
August 2015: Winner will be notified and $1,000 scholarship will be awarded.
Interested students may find the complete scholarship application form here. We recommend composing the 500-word essay in your favorite word processor and then pasting the finished product into this form.
Terms and conditions
One scholarship winner will be selected to receive a one-year, non-renewable $1,000 scholarship. Scholarship recipient will be chosen at the sole discretion of the Aspiring Nurse Scholarship committee.
Scholarship funds may be used to pay for tuition, books, supplies, or any other direct education expenses. Scholarship recipient must provide proof of enrollment in an accredited US nursing program.
Once submitted, all essays are property of Nursing Schools Almanac and may be published at its discretion. Nursing Schools Almanac will announce the scholarship winner on its website and through its media outlets.
All personally identifiable information is collected solely to conduct the scholarship competition. Student information will never be used for marketing purposes or shared with any third party.
We will be offering a 2015 Gifford Medical Staff Scholarship of $1,500, but the deadline for applications is next .
Date of Birth:
Name of school currently attending:
Name of college you will attend in the fall:
The Gifford Medical Staff Scholarship Committee will review applications and choose a scholarship recipient by . The check will be made payable to the student and the school.
Gifford Medical Center
44 South Main Street
Randolph, VT 05060
The Nan Bourne Schwartz Memorial Scholarship - College bound senior for pursuit of Theatre Arts Education. Applications are available in the Counseling Office. Deadline is .
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