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Thomas G. Labrecque Smart Start Program

If you’re an ambitious, analytical New York City high school student who is ready to get a head start on a career in financial services, then Smart Start is the program for you. You’ll gain real-world experience working in our industry-leading businesses, while attending university on a full four-year scholarship. We are looking for talented, […]

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Tom Cory Memorial Scholarship

Tom Cory was a founding member of the APA and in his honor, the APA developed the Tom Cory Scholarship. This $2,000 scholarship is awarded annually to one deserving student in an architecture program. Follow archprecast.org to see updates on scholarship details (deadlines, application materials, etc.). Applicants must have a minimum of two years of […]

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TPA Hearing Trust

Scholarships are awarded to deaf or hearing-impaired persons of any age, race, or religion for specialized education, mechanical devices, or medical or specialized treatment. Based on financial need.

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Truman D. Picard Scholarship

The program is dedicated to assisting Native American/Native-Alaskan youth seeking careers in natural resources. Graduating senior high school students and those currently attending institutions of higher education are encouraged to apply. A valid tribal/Alaska native corporation’s enrollment card is required.

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Tuition Assistance for Certain War Veterans’ Children

Free tuition for South Carolina residents whose parent is a resident, wartime veteran, and meets one of these criteria; awarded Purple Heart or Congressional Medal of Honor; 100%permanently and totally disabled by VA or killed as a result of military service; prisoner of war; or missing in action. Must be a high school graduate or […]

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Tuition Reduction for Non-Resident Nursing Students

The CBAI Foundation for Community Banking offers 24 scholarships to top Illinois high-school seniors statewide each year. The scholarship awards available this year by the Foundation total $21,500. These scholarship awards help deserving students highlight the importance of community banking to the local economy. You could win up to $4,000 for higher education, and your […]

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Tuition Waiver

A waiver of tuition is and education benefit provided by the Commonwealth of Kentucky in recognition of military service of Kentucky veterans. The tuition waiver is provided for children, stepchildren, adopted children, spouses, and unremarried widows & widowers. An approved tuition waiver means a student may attend any two-year, four-year schools or vocational-technical schools that […]

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Twin Towers Orphan Fund

Fund offers assistance to children who lost one or both parents in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Long-term education program established to provide higher education needs to children until they complete their uninterrupted studies, or reach age of majority. Visit web site for additional information http://www.ttof.org.

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U.S. Marine Corps Historical Center Grants

Research grants for graduate-level and advanced study in Marine Corps history and related fields. Must submit preliminary letter outlining qualifications and a topic. Pending approval, applicants must submit a writing sample, transcripts, and a formal application. Program gives preference to pre-2000 period topics. A portion of the research may be done in Washington, DC. Applications […]

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UCB Family Epilepsy Scholarship

UCB will award 30 scholarships of up to $5,000 and 3 scholarships of up to $10,000 to people living with epilepsy, their family members, and caregivers pursuing higher education. Thirty applicants who demonstrate academic and personal achievement will receive scholarships of up to $5,000 each. Two applicants will receive Epilepsy Leader Scholarships of up to […]

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