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The Aspira Association
To encourage and promote education and leadership development among Hispanic youth. Students are also provided with assistance to gain access to college.
United Federation of Teachers Scholarship Funds
Tel. (212) 777-7500
Prep for Prep
163 West 91 St. Street
NY, NY 10024
To place intellectually gifted and motivated minority students in independent college preparatory schools.
Elementary and junior high school students recommended by principals and guidance counselors are accepted.
Upward Bound Program
A nationwide program funded by US Department of Education to Provide participants with academic, social and cultural experience useful for success.
Students between ages 13 & 19 accepted.
For more information about the Upward Bound program at San Diego State University, send e-mail to mailto:email@example.com or call (619) 594-6184.
There should be a program at City College.
The Albert G. Oliver Program
420 Lexington Ave.
NY, NY 10170
To place high achieving African-American and Hispanic middle school students in leading preparatory schools.
Guidance counselors, teachers and principals are responsible for nominating students.
Center for Talented Youth
at the Johns Hopkins University
The Center for Talented Youth is a comprehensive, university-based initiative that promotes the academic ability of children and youth throughout the world. Formally established at The Johns Hopkins University in 1979, it is a leading force in educational reform and improvement in the United States and abroad.
Center for Talented Youth
3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
Phone: 410 516-0337 / Fax: 410 516-0804
A Better Chance, Inc
419 Boylston St.
To identify talented minority junior and senior high students and provide them with access to college preparatory education.
National Association of Negro Business & Professional Women Club Scholarship Programs
Offered to young Black women in the D.C. area who are high school seniors or college students and in need of financial assistance to attend college. 1816 New Hampshire Ave. NW Washington, D.C. 20009
The Internet and Scholarships
Get on the internet and type the website www.seaburn.com find this book and select the link: The Internet and Scholarships. Do it now! What you just did is a simple example of hyper linking. Hyper linking allows you to link with similar materials anywhere in the world, as long as it is on the Internet. So when you use the net to search for scholarships, you are going to different states or even different countries.
The Internet has vast amounts of information and you could easily get lost in the jumble of information presented. The sites that are listed below and in other parts of this book are hyperlinked to make it easy for you. While on the site point the mouse on any of the hypertext, or websites and follow the instruction (hold down the control button and then click the mouse). Hypertext or hyperlinked is usually underlined or in a different color from the rest of the text; when you point the mouse on it, the mouse changes to a finger or gives some sort of information. If the links do not come in automatically, you will have to type the website into the address field exactly as they are listed. If you wish to search on your own, use search engines such as Yahoo, WebCrawler, Alta-Vista and Dogpile and then type in keywords. For example, if you are interested in medical scholarships, you would type in: “medical AND scholarships or medical + scholarships”. Note that the “and” is all caps. If you wish to limit your search to NY you would type: “medical AND scholarships AND NY”. Practice!
The following indented articles are examples of information that can be found on the Internet. Some sites do no pay strict adherence to the rule of grammar. You should not use this to discount their validity. Happy hunting and best of luck.
All-USA Academic Team for Community Colleges
The All-USA Academic Team for Community Colleges competition is sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa, the American Association of Community Colleges and USA TODAY. This program recognizes scholarly achievements and leadership accomplishments of students enrolled in community, technical and junior colleges.
Presidents of eligible colleges or their designees are invited to submit as many as two nominations from each campus of their institutions. In selecting their institutions' nominees, presidents are asked to consider outstanding grade point averages; participation in honors programs; awards, honors, and recognition for academic achievement and service to the college and the community.
Students should expect to graduate with an associate's degree between September 1, 2001 and August 31, 2002. The student must post a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25 on a 4.0 grading scale for all college credit course work completed. Students must have completed twelve semester hours (or quarter hours equivalent).
For more information about the All-USA Academic Teams, contact Lori Warren, Scholarship Programs Coordinator, ext. 539
Centennial Scholars Program
In conjunction with the Community College Centennial celebration, The American Association of Community Colleges and Phi Theta Kappa are pleased to announce the Centennial Scholars Program. The Coca-Cola Foundation presented over $102,000 in scholarships to 51 outstanding community college students, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the two-year college system. The 51 Centennial Scholars received stipends of $2,000 each, and each institution received special recognition at the AACC Convention. If you have any questions regarding the Centennial Scholars Program, please contact Clancy Mitchell, Director, Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship Programs, at 1.800.946.9995, extension 560.
Through the Coca-Cola Two-Year Colleges Scholarship Program, the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation is awarding annually 400 scholarships to students attending higher-education institutions granting two-year degrees.
The highest scoring All-USA applicant from each of the 50 states and American Samoa has been named a Centennial Scholar. Each Centennial Scholar represented his/her state in the Centennial Celebration Ceremonies held at the AACC Convention April 4-7, 2001, in Chicago, Illinois.
If you have any questions regarding the Centennial Scholars Program, please contact Clancy Mitchell, Director, Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship Programs, at 1.800.946.9995, extension 560.
The Gates Millennium Scholars program is aimed at expanding access to higher education for students who reflect the diverse society in which we live. The foundation seeks to increase the number of African Americans, American Indians/Alaska natives, Asian Pacific Americans, and Hispanic Americans enrolling in and completing undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Individuals with academic promise, unmet financial need and demonstrates potential.
Gates Cambridge Scholars Program
In establishing the Gates Cambridge Scholars program, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation hopes to create a network of future leaders from around the world who will bring new vision and commitment to improving the life circumstances of citizens in their respective countries. Over time, it is anticipated that Gates Cambridge Scholars will become leaders in helping to address global problems related to health, equity, technology, and learning - all areas that the foundation is deeply engaged in. The program will offer about 225 graduate scholarships at any one time. The scholarships will support study as an affiliated student or to pursue taught or research courses of postgraduate study at the University of Cambridge beginning in October 2001.
Grantee schools –Find out about the 16 schools selected for the program
For more information on eligibility and how to apply please visit the Washington Education Foundation Web site.
Washington State Achievers Program
Bill and Melinda Gates believe that access to higher education opens doors to opportunities, especially for low-income students and students of color. A recent College Board report revealed that more than 40 percent of children from high-income families received a bachelor’s degree or higher within five years of high school graduation, compared with only six percent of those in the lowest income group. The Washington State Achievers Program hopes to address this disparity in Washington by working comprehensively with 16 high schools serving large low-income populations. The program will encourage high school redesign efforts that raise academic achievement and increase college-going rates of all students, especially low-income students.
Engineering AND Scholarships
Mechanical Engineering Scholarship - offered by alum Melissa McGehee.
U.S. States > Washington > Seattle >
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Computer Science and Engineering
American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) - offers scholarships to qualified American Indian students majoring in the
sciences, engineering, or natural resources fields.
University of California, Berkeley > Departments and Programs > College of Engineering > Mechanical Engineering
Drake Scholarship - awarded to students selected on the basis of interest in mechanical engineering and outstanding achievements.
Education > Financial Aid >
King Faisal Foundation Scholarship Programs - financial assistance to qualified Muslim students to pursue post-graduate studies in the fields of engineering, science, and medicine at universities of their choice.
Development Fund for Black Students in Science and Technology - provides scholarships to Black students who choose technical fields of study (Science and Engineering) at historically black colleges and universities.
Astronaut Scholarship Foundation - organization founded by the original Mercury 7 astronauts to strengthen the U.S. position in science and technology. Each year it awards over $140,000 to college students in science and engineering.
Engineering Link Group - offering courses in engineering problem-solving with the aim of encouraging senior students to take physics and maths. Features scholarship and sponsorship
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Production Internship Program
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In The News: Math Wars
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