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Lincoln Lane Scholarships
$5,000
The Lincoln-Lane Foundation welcomes applications from any high school or college student who is a resident of the Tidewater area of Virginia and meets the following guidelines: A) US Citizen or Permanent Resident. A copy of Alien Registration Receipt Card (I-151, I-551, or I-551C) is required. B) GPA of 3.0 or higher C) Financial Need D) Applying to, or currently attending, a 4-year college or university in the United States If you meet these qualifications, we invite you to submit an application. APPLICATION In addition to the application, the following items must be submitted: A) 2 letters of recommendation B)...
Deadline
Nov 14, 2022
The Lincoln-Lane Foundation welcomes applications from any high school or college student who is a resident of the Tidewater area of Virginia and meets the following guidelines:

A) US Citizen or Permanent Resident. A copy of Alien Registration Receipt Card (I-151, I-551, or I-551C) is required.

B) GPA of 3.0 or higher

C) Financial Need

D) Applying to, or currently attending, a 4-year college or university in the United States

If you meet these qualifications, we invite you to submit an application.

APPLICATION

In addition to the application, the following items must be submitted:

A) 2 letters of recommendation

B) Photograph taken within the last twelve months

C) Essay in your own handwriting as detailed in the application

D) Copy of parent(s)' prior year 1040 federal tax return with any schedules filed and student's prior year tax return, if applicable.

E) Official transcript of your scholastic record with SAT/ACT scores if applicable

F) A copy of your verified Student Aid Report (SAR) from FAFSA

G) Copy of Alien Registration card, if applicable

A paper copy of the completed application and the required items listed above must be submitted to the Foundation by regular U.S. mail postmarked by November 15. (If November 15 falls on a weekend, it is student's responsibility to have the application postmarked prior to November 15.)
Greater Lynchburg Community Foundation Scholarships
$3,000
The Community Foundation is proud to assist deserving students in our area in obtaining financial assistance for attending the college of their choice. We offer several scholarship funds that grant income annually for this purpose. 1) Amherst County Retired Teachers Association Scholarship Fund Provides scholarships for Amherst County High School seniors 2) Appomattox County Education Foundation Fund Provides scholarships to Appomattox County High School seniors 3) Altavista EMS Scholarship Fund Provides scholarships to students from Altavista High School, Gretna High School, and Faith Christian Academy who are interested in the field of medicine or pursuing training in a trade 4)...
Deadline
Sep 14, 2022
The Community Foundation is proud to assist deserving students in our area in obtaining financial assistance for attending the college of their choice. We offer several scholarship funds that grant income annually for this purpose.

1) Amherst County Retired Teachers Association Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for Amherst County High School seniors

2) Appomattox County Education Foundation Fund

Provides scholarships to Appomattox County High School seniors

3) Altavista EMS Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships to students from Altavista High School, Gretna High School, and Faith Christian Academy who are interested in the field of medicine or pursuing training in a trade

4) Barnard Family Health and Wellness Fund

Provides scholarships for area students seeking higher education in health care related fields that support MSK health

5) Bedford County Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors graduating from Bedford County high schools

6) Beth Johnson Boatner Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for E. C. Glass High School seniors

7) Jane Barringer Bowen Educational Fund

Provides scholarships for E.C. Glass High School seniors who pursue studies in Theatre Arts or English

8) Dorothy M. Brooks Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships to students at Randolph College who are Lynchburg residents

9) Daniel Christian Nursing Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships to Appomattox County High School seniors interested in nursing

10) Leonard and Eudora Coleman Memorial Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships to Altavista High School seniors

11) George and Gladys Costan Family Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships to seniors at Lynchburg City high schools

12) Dunbar High School Legacy Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors from Heritage and E.C. Glass High Schools

13) Donald and Virginia Farmer Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors at Nelson County High School

14) Jill Gardner Memorial Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors at E.C. Glass High School who have artistic talent with formal instruction in Art

15) Wally Gilbert Fund

Provides scholarships for senior athletes at Heritage High School

16) Glass/Heritage Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors from Heritage and E.C. Glass High Schools

17) Edward Christian Glass Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors from E.C. Glass High School who are pursuing a degree in Education

18) Mary L. Gregory Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors from Amherst County High School

19) Ted Hapgood Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for full-time employees at C. B. Fleet

20) Sallie Holland and Wesley Peters Hicks Math Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors from Beford County high schools or seniors from Carolina County High school who plan to major in Math or math related fields

21) Edwin Nelson James Jr. Memorial Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors from E. C. Glass High School

22) Troy Kiger Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors from E. C. Glass High School

23) Ella M. Lawless Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships to members of Heritage United Methodist Church

24) Edith B. Lee Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships through Lynchburg Retired Teachers Association

25) Dr. Gordon K. Leonard Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors of Amherst County High School who are interested in a career in health care

26) Mario Luongo Memorial Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors of Appomattox County High School participating in a varsity sport

27) Lynchburg Academy of Medicine Alliance Fund

Provides scholarships through the Lynchburg Academy of Medicine Alliance

28) Lynchburg Area Ministerial Association Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors from Lynchburg City Schools

29) Martin Memorial Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors at Appomattox County High School

30) Robert J. Miller Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors from Rustburg High School and Heritage High School

31) Walker and Mary Raine Pettyjohn Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships to area high school seniors

32) C. W. Seay Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors from Lynchburg City high schools

33) Marguerite F. Singleton Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors at Amherst County High School

34) Brad Sowers Memorial Art Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for art students at Altavista High School

35) Louise L. Terrell Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors from Bedford County high schools

36) Trench Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors from Heritage High School

37) Valley View Residents Scholarship Fund

Provides Nursing Scholarships for Lynchburg College seniors

38) VSU Alumni Chapter of Central Virginia Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for seniors from area high schools
Virginia Focused Driver Scholarship
$2,000
For years, the attorneys at Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers have been supporting good causes in our community and taking on young people as interns. Now, we are happy to be able to help further the reach of our efforts nationwide. We started our scholarship program to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving and to get students to think about ways to stay focused behind the wheel. Distracted driving is one of the most significant causes of accidents involving young people, and it is our goal that this scholarship will get applicants to think critically about those dangers and...
Deadline
Jul 14, 2022
For years, the attorneys at Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers have been supporting good causes in our community and taking on young people as interns. Now, we are happy to be able to help further the reach of our efforts nationwide. We started our scholarship program to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving and to get students to think about ways to stay focused behind the wheel. Distracted driving is one of the most significant causes of accidents involving young people, and it is our goal that this scholarship will get applicants to think critically about those dangers and how they can be avoided by staying focused while driving. For this scholarship, we will award one student with a $2,000 Scholarship to put toward their education.

Eligibility Criteria

A) To qualify for the Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers Focused Driver Scholarship, an applicant must currently be enrolled in a course of study at any accredited community or junior college, or an undergraduate or graduate degree program anywhere in the United States. Current high school students or GED holders who have been accepted for admission to a 4 year, community or junior college are also eligible.

B) Candidates must be in good academic standing and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.

C) Eligible candidates must be able to demonstrate their strong commitment to staying focused while driving and be able to describe why focused driving is important and how to avoid distractions.

Requirements

To apply for this scholarship, interested candidates should provide the following:

A) An updated resume with up-to-date contact information.

B) An essay of 500 to 750 words about the dangers of distracted driving and how you think the problem should be addressed. Please include any ideas you have for how you think yourself and others can stay focused when behind the wheel. We are looking for fresh ideas and vibrant presentations. Great images, infographics, posters, art, and video will gain you extra points. Please limit audio or video in your presentations to 2 minutes.

C) A transcript from the applicant's current institution of study. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable. (NOTE: first-year students are permitted to submit unofficial transcripts from their most recent institution attended along with unofficial documentation from their current school.)
Tom Eaton Scholarship
$1,500
Tom Eaton was an active and invaluable member of the MAHSC board. In his spirit, the Tom Eaton Scholarship was established in 2008 to help defray educational expenses for one exceptional college student pursuing a degree in any horticultural field. This award also includes a three-day registration to attend the following year's MAHSC. Attendance at MAHSC is encouraged, but not mandatory, and travel reimbursement will be made for recipients living more than 50 miles from MAHSC. The scholarship check will be submitted directly to the college to be applied to the student's account; travel reimbursements are payable to the scholarship...
Deadline
Oct 30, 2022
Tom Eaton was an active and invaluable member of the MAHSC board. In his spirit, the Tom Eaton Scholarship was established in 2008 to help defray educational expenses for one exceptional college student pursuing a degree in any horticultural field. This award also includes a three-day registration to attend the following year's MAHSC. Attendance at MAHSC is encouraged, but not mandatory, and travel reimbursement will be made for recipients living more than 50 miles from MAHSC. The scholarship check will be submitted directly to the college to be applied to the student's account; travel reimbursements are payable to the scholarship recipient.
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;The Virginia Horticultural Foundation (VHF) awards College Scholarships for students pursuing careers in the green industries. Students of horticulture, arboriculture, nursery & greenhouse production, floriculture, forestry & urban forestry, landscape architecture/design, turfgrass management, or other horticultural fields are welcomed and encouraged to apply.

SCHOLARSHIP CRITERIA

A) College student attending an accredited university or college in Virginia (full-time or part-time)

B) Pursuing a degree in Horticulture, Arboriculture, Nursery & Greenhouse Production, Floriculture, Forestry & Urban Forestry, Landscape Architecture/Design, Turfgrass Management or any related horticultural field

C) Accumulated 9 credit hours in this major

D) Minimum GPA of 3.0 or above

E) Previous scholarship recipients of a VHF Scholarship are not eligible

F) Recipient must allow VHF to publicize the student's name, degree pursued and college attendance information and provide a recent photo to be posted on website, Facebook and any other promotional material.

G) This award also includes lodging and a three-day registration to attend the following year's MAHSC.
Virginia Association of Surveyors Trust Scholarship
$1,000
The VAS Educational Trust Scholarship is available to individuals who are residents of the commonwealth of Virginia and are pursuing a career in land surveying with the intention of practicing land surveying in Virginia. The scholarship application shall include a completed application, transcript of grades and an evaluation form from a professor or teacher.
Deadline
Jun 30, 2022
The VAS Educational Trust Scholarship is available to individuals who are residents of the commonwealth of Virginia and are pursuing a career in land surveying with the intention of practicing land surveying in Virginia. The scholarship application shall include a completed application, transcript of grades and an evaluation form from a professor or teacher.
Kids' Chance of Virginia Scholarships
$1,000
Kids' Chance of Virginia (KCVA) provides college scholarships to the children of Virginia workers who have been killed or severely or fatally injured in a workplace-related accident. KCVA awards as many scholarships as the current year's funding will allow. We encourage any student between the ages of 16 and 25 who fits the eligibility requirements below to apply. Scholarship applications are due by May 1st. Eligibility If you are a student who fits the criteria listed below, please consider applying for a scholarship through Kids' Chance of Virginia! You are: A student between the ages of 16 and 25 A...
Deadline
Apr 30, 2023
Kids' Chance of Virginia (KCVA) provides college scholarships to the children of Virginia workers who have been killed or severely or fatally injured in a workplace-related accident.

KCVA awards as many scholarships as the current year's funding will allow. We encourage any student between the ages of 16 and 25 who fits the eligibility requirements below to apply.

Scholarship applications are due by May 1st.

Eligibility

If you are a student who fits the criteria listed below, please consider applying for a scholarship through Kids' Chance of Virginia!

You are:

A student between the ages of 16 and 25

A child of a parent whose work related injury caused a significant decline in family income and circumstances

A student who plans to pursue a post-secondary or trade school education in the Fall semester

Application

Applications can be filled online, or by submitting the following document in full to info@kidschanceva.org.

To complete your online application, you will still need to email the following documents:

1. Most current transcript of grades and college/technical school transcripts available

2. Student Aid Report (SAR)

3. Brief description of accident

4. Death certificate of deceased parent

5. Current medical reports, including disability slip on injured parent

6. First report of injury of parent

7. Two letters of recommendation
Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads Scholarship
$1,000
To be eligible for the scholarship applicants must: A) Have been a member of the VAVRS, the AVAVRS, or the VAJVRS for at least 2 years or be a child or grandchild of a person who has been a member for at least 5 years; B) Have been accepted at a fully accredited college or University or be awaiting acceptance at an institution that meets these criteria (the scholarship will not be awarded until the applicant has been accepted); and C) Submit a completed application with all required items attached including the applicants transcripts, a letter of recommendation from a...
Deadline
Jun 14, 2022
To be eligible for the scholarship applicants must:

A) Have been a member of the VAVRS, the AVAVRS, or the VAJVRS for at least 2 years or be a child or grandchild of a person who has been a member for at least 5 years;

B) Have been accepted at a fully accredited college or University or be awaiting acceptance at an institution that meets these criteria (the scholarship will not be awarded until the applicant has been accepted); and

C) Submit a completed application with all required items attached including the applicants transcripts, a letter of recommendation from a teacher or other person in a leadership position, a letter from the applicant explaining why this scholarship assistance is important to them, and a letter of recommendation from the company/organization President or Chief describing the current member's status.
Thomas A. Hughes Scholarship
$1,000
Students may apply for the Thomas A. Hughes Scholarship Award. This scholarship is designed for a student who: A) Is a resident of Virginia B) A graduating senior who has been accepted into a college or university granting a baccalaureate degree C) A current member of a TSA chapter that has demonstrated leadership potential and has the desire to become a educator with certification in technology education. This is a $1,000 scholarship. The Thomas A. Hughes Scholarship Award Application is due February 1st of each year.
Deadline
Jan 31, 2023
Students may apply for the Thomas A. Hughes Scholarship Award. This scholarship is designed for a student who:

A) Is a resident of Virginia

B) A graduating senior who has been accepted into a college or university granting a baccalaureate degree

C) A current member of a TSA chapter that has demonstrated leadership potential and has the desire to become a educator with certification in technology education.

This is a $1,000 scholarship. The Thomas A. Hughes Scholarship Award Application is due February 1st of each year.
1890 Scholars Program
$40,000
The USDA/1890 National Scholars Program is a partnership between of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and 1890 Historically Black Land-Grant Universities. The program awards scholarships to students to attend one of 1890 Historically Black Land-Grant Universities. What does a scholarship under the USDA/1890 National Scholars Program provide? A scholarship under the USDA/1890 National Scholars Program provides: A) Full tuition; B) Employment with the USDA during the summer and after graduation; C) Employee benefits while employed with USDA; D) Fees; E) Books; F) Use of a laptop computer, printer, and software while on scholarship; G) Room and board for...
Deadline
Jan 31, 2023
The USDA/1890 National Scholars Program is a partnership between of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and 1890 Historically Black Land-Grant Universities. The program awards scholarships to students to attend one of 1890 Historically Black Land-Grant Universities.

What does a scholarship under the USDA/1890 National Scholars Program provide?

A scholarship under the USDA/1890 National Scholars Program provides:

A) Full tuition;

B) Employment with the USDA during the summer and after graduation;

C) Employee benefits while employed with USDA;

D) Fees;

E) Books;

F) Use of a laptop computer, printer, and software while on scholarship;

G) Room and board for each of the 4 academic years.

What are the eligibility requirements for the USDA/1890 National Scholars Program?

Eligibility requirements for the USDA/1890 National Scholars Program are as follows: Applicants must be U.S. citizens who have a high school diploma or a G.E.D. certificate and are starting their first year of college for a bachelor's degree. (Note: Since this program is intended to increase the number of students studying agriculture, food, natural resource sciences, or other related disciplines at participating institutions, currently enrolled bachelor-level students in these institutions are not eligible to apply.)

Applicant must:

A) Be a U.S. citizen;

B) Be an entering freshman;

C) Hold a high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate;

D) Have a high school GPA of 3.0 or better;

E) Have a combined verbal/math score of 1,000 or more on the SAT or a composite score of 21 or more on the ACT;

F) Attend one of the eighteen 1890 Historically Black Land-Grant Institutions;

G) Study agriculture, food, natural resource sciences, or other related disciplines;

H) Demonstrate leadership and community service;

I) Apply for admission to the institution(s) of his or her choice;

J) Submit an official transcript with the school seal and an authorized official's signature;

K) Sign all applications (original signature only);

L) All application materials must be postmarked no later than February 1st and sent to the institution(s) selected by the applicant to attend.
Herb Block Scholarship
$16,000
The Herb Block Scholarship provides financial assistance to students of all ages to attend community colleges in the DC metro area. It helps roughly 100 students each year gain access to higher education they could not otherwise afford. "Mr. Block saw education as a cornerstone for a better life," according to Mrs. Rickard, Executive Director Emerita of the Foundation. In his will he urged the creation of post-secondary education scholarships for those with financial need. He wanted to give a chance to students who have successfully completed high school but found the cost of college out of their reach." How...
Deadline
May 31, 2022
The Herb Block Scholarship provides financial assistance to students of all ages to attend community colleges in the DC metro area. It helps roughly 100 students each year gain access to higher education they could not otherwise afford.

"Mr. Block saw education as a cornerstone for a better life," according to Mrs. Rickard, Executive Director Emerita of the Foundation. In his will he urged the creation of post-secondary education scholarships for those with financial need. He wanted to give a chance to students who have successfully completed high school but found the cost of college out of their reach."

How Much Is the Scholarship Worth?

The Herb Block Scholarship will provide up to $8,000 per academic year and up to $16,000 over the life of the scholarship. This covers not only tuition, but also fees, books and limited transportation and child care expenses. It is a 'last dollar' scholarship, meaning that the calculation of a student's need takes into account all other financial aid awards the student receives. It is renewable for up to five years, provided that the student continues to meet all other eligibility criteria and has not reached the monetary cap.

Am I Eligible?

Students of any age are eligible for The Herb Block Scholarship if they are a high school graduates, GED holders, or current community college students, who meet the following criteria:

A) Are US citizens/nationals, Permanent Resident Aliens, have been granted DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) by the US Customs and Immigration Service, or qualify for in-state tuition under the Maryland Dream Act or Virginia Dream Act. (Note: the 2020 Virginia Dream Act refers to the change in VA policy that allowed students who met certain criteria to receive in-state tuition through the SB 935, "Tuition Equity Provision for High School Completers.)

B) Are a primary resident in Washington, DC, or Montgomery or Prince George's Counties in Maryland, or the Cities of Alexandria or Falls Church, or the Counties of Arlington or Fairfax in Virginia.

C) A US citizen/nationals, Permanent Resident Aliens, have been granted DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) by the US Customs and Immigration Service, or qualify for in-state tuition under the Maryland or Virginia Dream Act

D) are eligible for (but need not necessarily receive) federal financial aid.

E) Are attending, or plan to attend, on a full time or part time basis, one of the participating community colleges, and have not yet earned more than 40 credits towards a degree.

F) Can demonstrate financial need and, if eligible, apply for financial aid.

Which Community Colleges Participate?

All campuses of the following community colleges participate in The Herb Block Scholarship:

Montgomery College
Northern Virginia Community College
Prince George's Community College
Community College of the District of Columbia

What Types of Students Receive Awards?

Scholarships are awarded to students of all races and genders based on the following criteria:

A) Academic Performance - The Herb Block Scholarship seeks to recognize both students who are high achievers ('A' and 'B' students), students who may have started at a 'C' level and have shown improvement during their academic career, as well as GED holders and adult learners.

B) Scholarship applicants must provide financial documentation. Applicants can submit a copy of the Student Aid Report generated by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or provides copies of tax returns for review by the program administrator. If selected, scholarship recipients eligible for federal student aid must complete the financial aid application process at their college. For more information contact www.fafsa.ed.gov.

How Much Is the Scholarship Worth?

The Herb Block Scholarship is a "last dollar" scholarship valued at up to $8,000 per academic year and up to $16,000 over the life of the scholarship. This covers not only tuition, but also fees, books and limited transportation and child care expenses. It is a 'last dollar' scholarship, meaning that the calculation of a student's need takes into account all other financial aid awards the student receives. It is renewable for up to five years, provided the student continues to meet all other eligibility criteria and has not reached the monetary cap.

What Makes A Great Applicant?

The scholarship application offers students the opportunity to tell us more about themselves. We encourage students to tell us in the essays about their personalities, their stories, and their goals. Recommendations are optional.

When Are Applications Due?

Applications are open March 1st until the November deadline. There are two scholarship deadlines each year. Applications for the fall semester awards are due June 1st, applications for spring semester are due November 10th. Fall semester applicants who do not receive the award are automatically re-considered for an award for the spring semester. Students who apply for the spring semester are not automatically re-considered and may re-apply for the following fall. The online application period opens on March 1st and closes on November 10th.
Stuck at Prom Scholarship
$10,000
We’re giving away $20,000 in cash scholarships to high school students who make the best prom attire out of Duck Brand duct tape. So, stock up on your favorite colors and prints now to create something that will wow our judges! STEP #1 - CREATE Create and wear your original promwear using Duck Brand duct tape and/or Duck Brand crafting tape. Remember to take a high resolution pic of the big moment! See official rules for details. STEP #2 - SUBMIT Fill out the entry form where you’ll upload at least one pic of yourself in your Duck promwear and...
Deadline
Jun 07, 2022
We’re giving away $20,000 in cash scholarships to high school students who make the best prom attire out of Duck Brand duct tape. So, stock up on your favorite colors and prints now to create something that will wow our judges!

STEP #1 - CREATE

Create and wear your original promwear using Duck Brand duct tape and/or Duck Brand crafting tape. Remember to take a high resolution pic of the big moment! See official rules for details.

STEP #2 - SUBMIT

Fill out the entry form where you’ll upload at least one pic of yourself in your Duck promwear and fill in more details. Don’t forget to get your parent’s permission if you’re under 18 years old for the photography release. After you submit, a confirmation email will be delivered right to your inbox.

STEP #3 - VOTE

Have a favorite you want to win? Register and vote on this site using your email address and wait to hear the results.

Eligibility

The Contest is open to any participant who meets the following requirements (an “Eligible Participant”):

(i) is a legal resident of (and is physically located or resides in) the United States, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and all U.S. territories and possessions (excluding, Maryland, Tennessee, Colorado, Vermont, Nebraska and North Dakota), or is a legal resident of (and is physically located or resides in) Canada (excluding the Province of Quebec);

(ii) is 14 years of age or older; and

(iii) is enrolled in a high school or home school association at the high-school level during the 2021-2022 school year.

Anyone who was designated as a Finalist in a previous Duck Brand Duct Tape Stuck at Prom Scholarship Contest is not eligible to participate in this Contest. Void where prohibited. The following persons are ineligible to enter: Employees, directors and officers (and their immediate families including spouse, parents, children, siblings, and their respective spouses), and their respective household members (whether related or not), of Sponsor, and their respective affiliates, subsidiaries, divisions, advertising and promotion agencies, and all others associated with the design, execution, production, development, and promotion of this Contest.
Roothbert Fund Scholarships
$7,000
Albert and Toni Roothbert established the Roothbert Fund to assist those in need of financial aid to further their education. Based in New York City, the Roothbert Fund operates as a volunteer organization. Through scholarship, The Fund supports fellows' graduate or undergraduate study at an accredited institution based in the United States. The Fund seeks candidates motivated by spiritual values. A) Seeking candidates whose daily actions are guided by spiritual motives B) Preference for graduate students and undergraduates with one year of college completed C) Preference to candidates who reside in or attend schools in these states: Connecticut, District of...
Deadline
Jan 31, 2023
Albert and Toni Roothbert established the Roothbert Fund to assist those in need of financial aid to further their education. Based in New York City, the Roothbert Fund operates as a volunteer organization. Through scholarship, The Fund supports fellows' graduate or undergraduate study at an accredited institution based in the United States. The Fund seeks candidates motivated by spiritual values.

A) Seeking candidates whose daily actions are guided by spiritual motives

B) Preference for graduate students and undergraduates with one year of college completed

C) Preference to candidates who reside in or attend schools in these states: Connecticut, District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia

D) Grants are typically $5,000 to $7,000 and may be renewed for subsequent years.

Application At a Glance

While the deadline is February 1st each year, applicants may apply starting November 1st each year. Awards are announced in late April, and grants are mailed to the grantees' institutions in August.

To successfully apply for a scholarship from the Roothbert Fund, applicants must submit the following materials:

A) The Roothbert Fund Application Form

B) A scanned copy of an official transcript from the applicant's current or most recent institution.

C) Three autobiographical essays

D) Three letters of recommendation

The application contains more detailed information. You can save an application in progress.