Deadline: June 12, 2020
Abbott and Fenner 2020 Scholarship Deadline Approaching
Especially during these tough times, we are continuing to accept applications for the 2020 scholarship for the 14th consecutive year.
Amount of Award: $1,000
To apply for this scholarship students will need to write an essay on the topic listed on our website at https://abbottandfenner.com/scholarships.php. The essay should be between 500 and 1000 words. The submissions must be sent to us by email at: email@example.com
Accepting applications for its sixth annual college scholarship program for graduating high school seniors through Friday, May 29.
Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the closing of schools across Maryland and Washington, D.C., Miss Utility/District One Call has extended the deadline of its annual college scholarship program to FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2020. We understand that it is a difficult time, and we want to ensure that students still have access to funds that will help them as they prepare for their college careers.
We accept unofficial transcripts. Students can include them in their application, or if it is easier, please feel free to send them directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not currently have access to students’ transcripts, please let us know.
To submit the Miss Utility/District One Call Scholarship application online, click here. If interested in submitting the application by mail in its entirety, please find a traditional application attached but let students know to please ignore the April deadline.
Miss Utility/District One Call will select eight graduating high school seniors from Maryland and Washington, D.C., to each receive a $1,008.11 single-year scholarship. Applications will be accepted until May 29, 2020. Scholarship recipients will be notified in June 2020.
To be eligible, applicants must be on track to graduate from a Maryland or Washington, D.C., high school in spring 2020 and intend to enroll in an accredited two-year or four-year college, university or technical school beginning in fall 2020.
The Miss Utility/District One Call Scholarship requires applicants to submit the following:
Application forms and attachments must be submitted or postmarked by May 29, 2020. For mail-in entry, please submit the application to:
MGH for Miss Utility/District One Call
Attn: Gabriella Tancona
100 Painters Mill Road, Suite 600
Owings Mills, MD 21117
Deadline: May 31, 2020
Delegate Mark Fisher's scholarship application process has been simplified. Students will now only have to fill out the application, provide their GPA on the application and include a 500 word or less essay on the topic included in the application.
No longer required: Letter of recommendation and final transcript.
According to the email from Del. Fisher's office, the application and essay should be emailed to: Mark.Fisher@house.state.md.us
Students interested in applying for the scholarship should reach out to their school counselor for their GPA.
Check out this new tool that is useful for students and families experiencing a loss of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic
This provides details on how to appeal financial aid packages using the SwiftStudent website. The site provides templates for creating personalized letters to send to financial aid offices to request a review of financial aid offers.
This is good information for seniors and their families especially, but maybe all families in case they have other children who are currently in college.
Go to https://formswift.com/swift-student to start your financial aid appeal. Emergency cash aid may be available for current college students who have incurred unexpected expenses as a result of interruption of education due to COVID-19.
Contact your school’s financial aid office for more information.
The deadline for each scholarship is April 30, 2020
Students share their stories of struggle and triumph on social media using the hashtag #WeBelongInCollege for a chance to will one of twenty-five $1,000 scholarships to the most inspiring stories shared!
Realty Hop Scholarship
The RealtyHop Scholarship awards up to $2,000 a year to eligible undergraduate students and high school seniors working towards a bachelor and/or associate degree program in the US who demonstrate the ambition, diligence, leadership, and entrepreneurial spirit that is central to the company culture.
The scholarship prompt is as follows:
“How have your family, friends, and life at home influenced your decision on your future career?” Application Deadlines (Winner notified within 30 days of each deadline):
· April 30
· August 31
Children's Aid, Inc.'s George & Mary Lou Brezina Memorial Scholarship and Paul Taylor Memorial Scholarship 2020 - Deadline Extended
Deadline: Friday, May 15, 2020
The application deadline for Children's Aid, Inc.'s George & Mary Lou Brezina Memorial Scholarship and Paul Taylor Memorial Scholarship has been extended until May 15 2020.
Children’s Aid, Inc.
George & Mary Lou Brezina Memorial Scholarship
Children’s Aid, Inc. will award a one-time $1,000 scholarship providing financial assistance to a student graduating from a Calvert County public high school for undergraduate study in the field of Education.
To be eligible for consideration, the student must:
1. Be a resident of Calvert County.
2. Be a graduating high school senior enrolled in one of Calvert County’s public high schools.
3. Have a GPA of 3.0 or above.
4. Be an Education major.
DEADLINE for scholarship applications is Friday, May 15, 2020. (no exceptions).
Applications can be downloaded from Children’s Aid, Inc.’s website: www.TheChildrensAid.org
New Deadline: Friday, April 10th at noon
Senior athletes check this out!
New Deadline: June 1, 2020
Due to the closures related to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to extend the deadline to June 1.
In addition, we have given them the following flexibility:
· Transcript: Students do not have to submit an official transcript. They may submit any other proof they have of their grades – for example, a print-out of grades from the schools website, report cards from each semester, or even a document that the student prepares that lists the courses that they have taken and their grades in each course.
· Recommendations: because the closure of schools, if students are not able to get a recommendation from a teacher or counselor, both letters of recommendation may be from any adult who knows the student well.
Check back often to keep informed and up to date!