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Associated Credit Union Foundation Scholarship

  • The Ronald K. Ford Memorial Scholarship celebrates Mr. Ford's legacy as a 12-year member of our Board of Directors, his inspirational career in education, and his trailblazing impact on the credit union industry. The Scholarship Program awards $2,500 each to outstanding high school seniors who exemplify Mr. Ford's dedication to education, sportsmanship, and community service.

     

    For more information about this senior scholarship, visit the Ronald K Ford Memorial Scholarship.

Dereef College Scholarship

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Fried Goldberg Annual Scales of Justice Scholarship

  • To participate in this year's Scales of Justice Scholarship contest, write an essay discussing the following: If you were the NCAA, what arguments would you make as to why the NCAA should still be allowed to regulate the income of athletes and what types of regulations would you argue are necessary rules for college athletes as it relates to their income.

    Scholarship awards include $2,500 to the best response and $1,000 each to the second and third-placed entries. For more information and requirements, visit Fried Goldberg's Scales of Justice Scholarship.

American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Post 201 - Scholarship Program

  • American Legion is awarding three scholarships each year to qualified applicants. All scholarships are $1000. Additionally, this year - due to a generous donation from Newco Construction- we have an additional 4th scholarship for $1500. ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE BY APRIL 15. 

    All College-bound High School seniors are eligible to compete for these scholarships.     

    • The Auxiliary will determine the amount of each scholarship.
    • The application must be approved by the school counselor or another school-assigned representative.
    • All applications must be returned no later than April 15, 2024. 

    Ms. Ellen Youngblood
    123 Sedalia Ct.
    Alpharetta, GA  30009 

    All questions or concerns may be directed to Ellen Youngblood,  678.462.9003 

    Scholarship Application

2024 Sally FitzGerald Scholarship

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Friends for Life Foundation Scholarships

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Army ROTC Scholarships - University of North Georgia

  • UNG is looking for high school seniors and college freshmen who want to serve our nation as second lieutenants (officers) in the U.S. Army. Scholarships pay for room and board (up to $12,000 per year) or tuition and fees. It also pays a $420/month stipend and a $1,200/year book allowance. Click here for eligibility criteria, benefits, and how to apply. In addition, Georgia resident ROTC scholarship recipients receive grants of up to $2,000 per semester. These benefits combine for about $15,570/year to $19,500/year. This past year, more than 70 high school seniors were awarded three- and four-year ROTC scholarships to enroll in the Corps of Cadets at UNG.

    The scholarship leads to a professional career as an active-duty Army second lieutenant (O1) with excellent benefits and starting compensation (Department of Defense Calculator):

    • Single with less than 2 years of service stationed at Ft. Stewart near Savannah, GA: $72,769
    • Single with 4 years of service as a Soldier in the Guard while in the Corps of Cadets at Ft. Benning, GA: $79,053

    For more information, please contact the Office of Cadet Recruiting on the Dahlonega Campus at cadetrecruiting@ung.edu or go to the UNG Army ROTC Scholarship website.

Joieful Connections Scholarship

  • Application Deadline: March 21, 2024

    Any high school senior who has a diagnosis of developmental or intellectual disability may apply for this scholarship, but students in Oregon will be preferred. This is a $5,000 scholarship.

    For more information, visit Joieful Connections Scholarship.

Minority Cosmetic Science Scholarship

  • Application Deadline: April 15, 2024

    BIPOC high school and undergraduate students are eligible to apply if they are pursuing a career in natural cosmetology or cosmetic science via majors such as cosmetology, anthropology, botany, chemistry, biochemistry, herbalism, microbiology, and more. This is a $5,000 scholarship. 

    For more information, visit the Minority Cosmetic Science Scholarship.

Naviance Scholarship Database

  • Students can access the Naviance Scholarship Date base by logging in through Classlink. The database can be accessed under the Colleges tab, Scholarship, and Money. 

Other Resources and Scholarship Searches

  • Scholarship websites offer research tools that can help you find leads on potential scholarships for which you may want to apply. Keep in mind that when utilizing an online scholarship search, you are not guaranteed a scholarship. The searches are merely a way to inform you of available scholarships that match your personal profile. Once you complete the free scholarship search, you will see a list of scholarships for which you should be eligible and all the information you need to apply.