Scholarships for study towards a career in the rail transit industry as an electrical or mechanical engineer. Must be sponsored by APTA member organization and complete internship with APTA member organization. Minimum GPA of 3.0 required.
Maine Rural Rehabilitation Fund Scholarship Program
💰 $2,000 Value🏆 10⏳ 06/15📓 3.0
One-time scholarship open to Maine residents enrolled in or accepted by any school, college, or university. Must be full-time and demonstrate financial need. Those opting for a Maine institution given preference. Major must lead to an agricultural career. Minimum 3.0 GPA required.
This $500 tuition scholarship is awarded to Union members of Minnesota AFL-CIO affiliate unions (not high school graduating dependents). All scholarship funds are applicable only to accredited educational institutions. Awards will be made payable jointly to the winners and the educational institutions as indicated. Only winners will be notified. Winners must use the scholarship within […]
Awards from the Michael McMillen, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund will be made preferentially to students pursuing education in the caring professions such as: health, counseling, social work, early childhood education, or eldercare.
To be eligible, you must: (1) be a union member or a dependent of a union member whose local union is affiliated with the Minnesota AFL-CIO; (2) have a straight “B” average or better (2.0 in a 3.0 grade point system/3.0 in a 4.0 grade point system); (3) attend a post-secondary institution located within the […]
The NJCL annually grants several scholarships to NJCL members. Scholarships are awarded on the following criteria: (1) financial need; (2) JCL service at local, state, and national levels; (3) academic record; (4) recommendations from teachers, principals, counselors, and other adults. Special consideration will also be given to those applicants who intend to teach Latin, Greek, […]
Award to assist members of any tribe with their education. First degree students only. Preference for Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) members who are also awarded a supplemental grant and invited to participate in discernment of vocation dialog through a series of essay prompts and on-line events to promote a deeper understanding Christian vocation.
The NJOEF (New Jersey Osteopathic Education Foundation) works to build, sustain and advance the practice of osteopathic medicine in the State of New Jersey by rewarding qualified and eager medical school students with scholarship awards to be used toward attending his or her osteopathic school. First Year Medical Students Enrolled in Any Osteopathic Medical School […]