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UNIVERSITY TUTOR'S SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST - MONTHLY CONTESTS FOR $1,000!

Every month, University Tutor holds a $1,000 college scholarship contest and we want to spread the word to students.

University Tutor's Scholarship Contest Description

University Tutor holds a monthly $1,000 college scholarship contest where students write a short essay in response to a monthly prompt. The submitted essays are reviewed by University Tutor staff at the end of the month and one winner is chosen to receive the $1,000 college scholarship. Interested students can enter the contest here: http://www.universitytutor.com/scholarship-contest


 

LATutors123 - Deadline - 20th of each month

 

Currently enrolled students with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 (or the equivalent) should submit an essay describing their innovative project and provide supporting documentation (e.g. website, news article, letter of recommendation, etc.).  All submissions are due by 11:59 pm PST on the 20th of each month.

 

There are no fees associated with this scholarship, and we have been offering it for over a year, awarding many creative students.  Please visit our website for more detailed information and to see featured past recipients and their accomplishments.

 

The link to our scholarship page is http://www.latutors123.com/scholarship/.


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SCHOLARSHIP - FOR ASPRING NURSE - DEADLINE JUNE 30, 2017

Nursing Schools Almanac has just launched its third annual Aspiring Nurse Scholarship. Our website 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 is open to all high school seniors who plan to pursue college education in nursing, including LPN / LVN, ADN, and BSN programs. Scholarship applications will be accepted until midnight on June 30, 2017.
Interested students may visit www.nursingschoolsalmanac.com and click the banner on the right-hand side of the website's homepage. Here they'll find detailed scholarship information and the official application form.

 

MooseScholarship
** MUST ATTEND MEETING - NOVEMBER 12, 2016 **
Each year, Moose Lodges, sponsor and ask school officials across North America to recommend at least two high school students from each grade level to attend one of their Association Student Congresses, which are held in October and November each year. Most students are selected based on academic ability and leadership qualities. They are challenged to become a “speaker’s bureau” utilizing Moose Kids Talks. Each participant selects a topic and develops a presentation around that topic, educating young people to make wise decisions in life.
 
They are then responsible for finding opportunities to speak to groups of 4 to 9 year-olds children in elementary schools, scouting units, Sunday School classes, Boy’s and Girl’s Clubs and YMCA youth programs just to name a few. Each student is asked to do three or more Moose Kids Talks from the end of the Association Student Congress through February 15, 2017. They are also asked to complete written reports on these presentations. After the student submits their (3) reports, the California/Nevada Moose Association will award them with a $50.00 Visa Card as a thank you for doing this most worthwhile community service program.
 
Out of those students, two are selected by their peers in southern California to receive $500.00 from the California/Nevada Moose Riders, and all-expenses paid, round trip to attend the International Youth Awareness Congress in Kenosha, Wisconsin, April 27 - May 1, 2017. Five Students will then be selected by their peers to receive one of five scholarships awarded to any college of their choice, the awards are: $12,000, $8,000, $5,000, $3,000 and $2,000.
 
All high school students (Grades 9-12) are eligible. But to be eligible for this year scholarships all students must first attend and receive their certificate as a Kids Talk Presenter, at the Association Youth Awareness Congress being held at the:
 
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945
8651 Knott Ave.
Buena Park, CA 90620

On Saturday November 12, 2016 - Registration 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM, Congress 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. A free continental breakfast and Lunch will be provided.  Parents are encouraged to attend the congress with their students.

There is a limited amount of sponsorships available so please hurry and send your forms back to me before they run out. Cutoff date is November 10, 2016THERE WILL BE NO WALK-UPS ALLOWED!
 
For a Student Application for Consideration, Parental ConsentRegistration Form, and a Brochure to attend the Congress, or if you have any other questions, contact:
 

Gary R Stromme
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945 & Empire Hub District #19 Youth Awareness Chairman
grsishere@aol.com
(714) 345.5656

 Note: Last year only 47 attended the South California Congresses, and less than 12 submitted a report.                               

MooseScholarship
** MUST ATTEND MEETING - NOVEMBER 12, 2016 **
Each year, Moose Lodges, sponsor and ask school officials across North America to recommend at least two high school students from each grade level to attend one of their Association Student Congresses, which are held in October and November each year. Most students are selected based on academic ability and leadership qualities. They are challenged to become a “speaker’s bureau” utilizing Moose Kids Talks. Each participant selects a topic and develops a presentation around that topic, educating young people to make wise decisions in life.
 
They are then responsible for finding opportunities to speak to groups of 4 to 9 year-olds children in elementary schools, scouting units, Sunday School classes, Boy’s and Girl’s Clubs and YMCA youth programs just to name a few. Each student is asked to do three or more Moose Kids Talks from the end of the Association Student Congress through February 15, 2017. They are also asked to complete written reports on these presentations. After the student submits their (3) reports, the California/Nevada Moose Association will award them with a $50.00 Visa Card as a thank you for doing this most worthwhile community service program.
 
Out of those students, two are selected by their peers in southern California to receive $500.00 from the California/Nevada Moose Riders, and all-expenses paid, round trip to attend the International Youth Awareness Congress in Kenosha, Wisconsin, April 27 - May 1, 2017. Five Students will then be selected by their peers to receive one of five scholarships awarded to any college of their choice, the awards are: $12,000, $8,000, $5,000, $3,000 and $2,000.
 
All high school students (Grades 9-12) are eligible. But to be eligible for this year scholarships all students must first attend and receive their certificate as a Kids Talk Presenter, at the Association Youth Awareness Congress being held at the:
 
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945
8651 Knott Ave.
Buena Park, CA 90620

On Saturday November 12, 2016 - Registration 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM, Congress 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. A free continental breakfast and Lunch will be provided.  Parents are encouraged to attend the congress with their students.

There is a limited amount of sponsorships available so please hurry and send your forms back to me before they run out. Cutoff date is November 10, 2016THERE WILL BE NO WALK-UPS ALLOWED!
 
For a Student Application for Consideration, Parental ConsentRegistration Form, and a Brochure to attend the Congress, or if you have any other questions, contact:
 

Gary R Stromme
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945 & Empire Hub District #19 Youth Awareness Chairman
grsishere@aol.com
(714) 345.5656

 Note: Last year only 47 attended the South California Congresses, and less than 12 submitted a report.                               

MooseScholarship
** MUST ATTEND MEETING - NOVEMBER 12, 2016 **
Each year, Moose Lodges, sponsor and ask school officials across North America to recommend at least two high school students from each grade level to attend one of their Association Student Congresses, which are held in October and November each year. Most students are selected based on academic ability and leadership qualities. They are challenged to become a “speaker’s bureau” utilizing Moose Kids Talks. Each participant selects a topic and develops a presentation around that topic, educating young people to make wise decisions in life.
 
They are then responsible for finding opportunities to speak to groups of 4 to 9 year-olds children in elementary schools, scouting units, Sunday School classes, Boy’s and Girl’s Clubs and YMCA youth programs just to name a few. Each student is asked to do three or more Moose Kids Talks from the end of the Association Student Congress through February 15, 2017. They are also asked to complete written reports on these presentations. After the student submits their (3) reports, the California/Nevada Moose Association will award them with a $50.00 Visa Card as a thank you for doing this most worthwhile community service program.
 
Out of those students, two are selected by their peers in southern California to receive $500.00 from the California/Nevada Moose Riders, and all-expenses paid, round trip to attend the International Youth Awareness Congress in Kenosha, Wisconsin, April 27 - May 1, 2017. Five Students will then be selected by their peers to receive one of five scholarships awarded to any college of their choice, the awards are: $12,000, $8,000, $5,000, $3,000 and $2,000.
 
All high school students (Grades 9-12) are eligible. But to be eligible for this year scholarships all students must first attend and receive their certificate as a Kids Talk Presenter, at the Association Youth Awareness Congress being held at the:
 
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945
8651 Knott Ave.
Buena Park, CA 90620

On Saturday November 12, 2016 - Registration 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM, Congress 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. A free continental breakfast and Lunch will be provided.  Parents are encouraged to attend the congress with their students.

There is a limited amount of sponsorships available so please hurry and send your forms back to me before they run out. Cutoff date is November 10, 2016THERE WILL BE NO WALK-UPS ALLOWED!
 
For a Student Application for Consideration, Parental ConsentRegistration Form, and a Brochure to attend the Congress, or if you have any other questions, contact:
 

Gary R Stromme
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945 & Empire Hub District #19 Youth Awareness Chairman
grsishere@aol.com
(714) 345.5656

 Note: Last year only 47 attended the South California Congresses, and less than 12 submitted a report.                               

MooseScholarship
** MUST ATTEND MEETING - NOVEMBER 12, 2016 **
Each year, Moose Lodges, sponsor and ask school officials across North America to recommend at least two high school students from each grade level to attend one of their Association Student Congresses, which are held in October and November each year. Most students are selected based on academic ability and leadership qualities. They are challenged to become a “speaker’s bureau” utilizing Moose Kids Talks. Each participant selects a topic and develops a presentation around that topic, educating young people to make wise decisions in life.
 
They are then responsible for finding opportunities to speak to groups of 4 to 9 year-olds children in elementary schools, scouting units, Sunday School classes, Boy’s and Girl’s Clubs and YMCA youth programs just to name a few. Each student is asked to do three or more Moose Kids Talks from the end of the Association Student Congress through February 15, 2017. They are also asked to complete written reports on these presentations. After the student submits their (3) reports, the California/Nevada Moose Association will award them with a $50.00 Visa Card as a thank you for doing this most worthwhile community service program.
 
Out of those students, two are selected by their peers in southern California to receive $500.00 from the California/Nevada Moose Riders, and all-expenses paid, round trip to attend the International Youth Awareness Congress in Kenosha, Wisconsin, April 27 - May 1, 2017. Five Students will then be selected by their peers to receive one of five scholarships awarded to any college of their choice, the awards are: $12,000, $8,000, $5,000, $3,000 and $2,000.
 
All high school students (Grades 9-12) are eligible. But to be eligible for this year scholarships all students must first attend and receive their certificate as a Kids Talk Presenter, at the Association Youth Awareness Congress being held at the:
 
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945
8651 Knott Ave.
Buena Park, CA 90620

On Saturday November 12, 2016 - Registration 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM, Congress 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. A free continental breakfast and Lunch will be provided.  Parents are encouraged to attend the congress with their students.

There is a limited amount of sponsorships available so please hurry and send your forms back to me before they run out. Cutoff date is November 10, 2016THERE WILL BE NO WALK-UPS ALLOWED!
 
For a Student Application for Consideration, Parental ConsentRegistration Form, and a Brochure to attend the Congress, or if you have any other questions, contact:
 

Gary R Stromme
Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945 & Empire Hub District #19 Youth Awareness Chairman
grsishere@aol.com
(714) 345.5656

 Note: Last year only 47 attended the South California Congresses, and less than 12 submitted a report.                               

BOHS SENIORS LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP!
Local Scholarships for our 2018 Seniors ! Look out in mailer in middle of February 2018!
Lots of Cash to students! Click here to see all available from 2017  Local Scholarships

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Student Scholarship Newsletter - Monthly Scholarships

Students from California school districts are eligible for all awards.  
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Scholarships can open doors for students who might not be able to afford college, and the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation provides one of the largest scholarships in the country for high-achieving students with financial need.

Over half (54 percent) of the students who won the Jack Kent Cooke College Scholarship last year had taken the PSAT/NMSQT® and were discovered through Student Search Service®.
The Cooke College Scholarship seeks out underrepresented students of all races, backgrounds, and ethnicities using the PSAT/NMSQT.
The Cooke College Scholarship

• Offers up to $40,000 per year for four years of undergraduate study at any accredited college or university

• Can be used toward total cost of attendance, not just tuition, room, and board

• Supports study-abroad programs and internships

• A chance to receive $50,000 a year for graduate study, up to four years
Scholarships can open doors for students who might not be able to afford college, and the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation provides one of the largest scholarships in the country for high-achieving students with financial need.
Over half (54 percent) of the students who won the Jack Kent Cooke College Scholarship last year had taken the PSAT/NMSQT® and were discovered through Student Search Service®.
The Cooke College Scholarship seeks out underrepresented students of all races, backgrounds, and ethnicities using the PSAT/NMSQT.
The Cooke College Scholarship
Offers up to $40,000 per year for four years of undergraduate study at any accredited college or university
Can be used toward total cost of attendance, not just tuition, room, and board
Supports study-abroad programs and internships
A chance to receive $50,000 a year for graduate study, up to four years
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