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PSCA Graduate Student Scholarship
The PSCA graduate student scholarship provides financial assistance to graduate students in an approved School Counselor Education program at a college/university in Pennsylvania. The scholarship is open to PA residents who plan to enter or are already enrolled in a graduate program which leads to a certification in school counseling. Up to $2,000 in scholarship aid may be awarded to one or more candidates. The grants are given annually. The selection and presentation of the award is under the direction of the Professional Recognition Committee and all decisions regarding this award rests with that group.
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The awards are presented at the annual PSCA conference. For additional information, please contact the PSCA Professional Recognitions Chair: Lindsay Schoeneberger, firstname.lastname@example.org
General Scholarship Opportunities
|Name of Scholarship||Due Date||Link||Notes|
|Trade School Scholarships||www.imagine-america.org||Ex: Triangle Tech, YTI|
|Mercy Presidential Scholarship||mtaloy.edu|
|Josh Moore Fulfilling Your Dreams Memorial Fund||On going||
||Non-mandated community service or volunteerism is the main requirement.|
|Marjorie Farabaugh Nurse Practitioner Student Scholarship||
For guidelines and an application, contact Kim Garman at email@example.com or call 814-659-1964
One $2,000 and one $1,000 scholarship will be awarded this year.
|Pittsburgh Technical College Grants & Scholarships||Various dates||
2020 high school graduates and dependent students under the age of 24 can receive a PTC Academic Achievement scholarship. These program-specific awards are based on the student's documented high school cumulative grade point average. See the website for more information.
|Bezos Scholars Program||January 31, 2020||
Current high school juniors who attend a public school with 30% or greater free and reduced lunch rate are invited to apply. Successful applicants demonstrate academic rigor, maturity, curiosity, and community leadership. More information can be found at the website, including school and student eligibility requirements, biographies of previous Scholars, and examples of the incredible student-led projects Scholars have launched to improve their community.
|STEM Scholarship Program||January 15, 2020||www.gettysburg.edu/scholarships||
A cohort-specific program that includes a First-Year Seminar, faculty-student research, peer mentoring, etc. Please visit the website for more details and the link to apply.
|Eisenhower Scholarship||January 15, 2020||www.gettysburg.edu/scholarships||
This scholarship is awarded to top-performing applicants within a most challenging curriculum who have demonstrated a high level of civic engagement locally, nationally, and/or internationally.
|PIAA District 5 Athletic Directors Association Scholarship Program||January 31, 2020||
Applications are available in the High School Counseling Office
Must be a senior with at least a 3.0 GPA, have a verified post secondary education entrance score: SAT, ACT or other, and has earned at least one (1) varsity letter in a PIAA recognized sport.
|Garden Club Federation of Pennsylvania||February 1, 2020||
The Garden Club Federation of Pennsylvania awards scholarships to students who plan to further their education in Agriculture Education, Agronomy, Floriculture, Horticulture, Landscape Architecture, Botany, Biology (excluding Medical), Conservation, Environmental Concerns (Management: Environmental Engineering, Conservation, etc.), Forestry, Plant Pathology, City (Rural/Urban) Planning, Wildlife Science, Land Management, and/or allied subjects. Applicants for all scholarships must be residents of Pennsylvania and must be sponsored by a Federated Garden Club. Please visit the website for additional details regarding specific awards, application process and to download/complete applications. Select President's Packet/Forms then click on #21 Scholarship Info and Application-GCFP and NCG.
|Women's Army Corp Veterans' Association Scholarship||February 2, 2020||
Applicant must be a U.S. citizen, a high school graduating senior, showing academic promise, with a cumulative GPA of 3.5
|PSECU Scholarship||February 28, 2020||
To qualify for one of six scholarships, the student must be a PSECU member by Monday, December 31, 2019. Paper applications will not be accepted.
|Pennsylvania House Scholarship||March 1, 2020||
It is open to graduating high school seniors who are PA residents with plans to attend a PA college, university or career school as a full-time student. To qualify, students must have attained a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. Other factors taken into consideration are the student's commitment to community, leadership qualities, extracurricular activities and financial need
|Cambria County Coordinating Council Scholarship||March 13,2020||
The Cambria County Coordinating Council of the PA State Education Association (PSEA) Central Western Region offers a $500 scholarship to a senior high school student in our region who intends to major in education.
|Western PA Trial Lawyers Association||March 17, 2020||
See Mrs. Spangler in the High School Counseling Office for more information.
The scholarships will be awarded based upon the submission of an essay. For this year's scholarship essay, students will be asked a question relating to the Religion and Equal Protection Clauses of the United States Constitution.
|National Federation of the Blind||March 31, 2020||
Any legally blind person who will be a full time student during the 2019-2020 school year is encouraged to apply, even if you have had no previous involvement in the organization, and/or you have applied for a scholarship in the past.