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Elks National Foundation Most Valuable Student Competition

$50,000

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Awards Available: 500

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Elks National Foundation Most Valuable Student scholarship contest is open to any high school senior who is a U.S. citizen. The Elks National Foundation will award 500 prestigious, four-year scholarships to the highest-rated applicants in the competition. Applicants cannot be related to a member of the Elks. Males and females compete separately. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 2750 N. Lakeview Avenue
  • Chicago, IL 60614
  • scholarship@elks.org
  • tel: 773-755-4732
  • fax: 773-755-4729

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nicholas b  on 12/4/2015 11:05:10 PM

my name is Nicholas Enzo Bochichio . i am a high school senior, going to mar vista high school of imperial beach California. I would hope that this scholarship could help me to pay for my biochemistry major at texas state university in san Marcos tx. i aspire to either become either a nurse or a doctor. thx for listening

Miranda M  on 11/24/2015 10:18:23 AM

My name is Miranda Malvido. I am a senior at Morenci High School, in Morenci,AZ. I am very determined to get this scholarship, maily because I would hope to attend The University of Montana after i graduate. I am looking to get a degree in Social Services because, I enjoy helping everyone with hardships or problems they may be facing. It would be such an honor to win this scholarship. Thank you for your time.

Everett P  on 11/18/2015 1:25:29 PM

Hello, my name is Everett Perry, I want to be successful and that's one of my main goals in life, its hard to think that from where I came from, but I rather not talk about it here, I rather speak more on it in my application

james d  on 11/18/2015 8:55:36 AM

I don't think anyone read what this thread is for...

Raya C  on 11/11/2015 7:06:03 PM

Hello! My name is Raya, a senior at Stuarts Draft High School. Currently, I am the Senior Class President as well as the National Honors Society Vice President. I plan to major in Business Management from Virginia Tech, becoming a Marketing Manager. It would be an honor to win the Elks National Foundation Scholarship.

Ryan J  on 11/8/2015 9:02:28 PM

Hello my name is Ryan I live in Louisiana and currently attend Haughton high school. I plan to major in criminal justice with a minor in forensic science. Then plan to attend law school so this scholarship would really help me out. Please consider me.

Kala M  on 11/6/2015 2:38:56 PM

Hello, My name is Kala and I am a homeschooler. I was wondering what will you be voting on? I am going for my gold award in Girl scouts and I was in National Honor society in junior year in high school before I moved. I am trying to go back into National Honor Society in December if I can. I want to be a History Professor with a PhD. If you can answer my question I will definitely apply! I just want to make sure I am eligible!

Quinton B  on 11/5/2015 10:07:12 AM

Hello my name is Quinton and I live in Chicago. Right now I am a senior at CICS Longwood Academy. I want to major in accounting and art. It would be very helpful if you accept me for this scholarship. Please and thank you.

Taylor F  on 11/4/2015 5:40:43 PM

Currently a resident of Stuttgart Arkansas, my name is Taylor Nicole Fortenberry and I am a senior at Stuttgart High School. I would love to be considered eligible for this honorable scholarship! Thank you!

kelsey q  on 11/3/2015 8:41:48 AM

Hello, my name is Kelsey and I live in Lacey Township. I am currently a senior in Lacey Township High School. I am looking to major in political science and become a lawyer. Please consider me to be eligible for this scholarship. Thank you.

Evan F  on 11/2/2015 9:00:51 PM

I wish to know what criteria are used to determine who is the most valuable student. Is it off of grades? Test scores? Community service? Others? I can say that I'm a determined student who always applies himself. I hope to pursue doctoral work, later in life, in flute performance and in music theory. I know this scholarship would allow me to make it through undergraduate work while saving money for graduate studies. Thank you for your time, I'm sure people would love to know what makes people the most valuable candidate.

Neil C  on 10/28/2015 1:00:09 PM

Hello My name is Neil and i live in Fairfax VA and i am currently a Senior at Fairfax High School. I want to major is statistics and this scholarship could really help me out with that. It would really mean the world to me if I was selected for this scholarship so please consider me. One day i hope to get a job and settle down and be able to love what i do everyday and get payed for it. Thank you for reading this.

Haley S  on 10/23/2015 7:53:19 PM

Hello My name is Haley and I live in Athens Alabama and I'm currently a student at Athens High School. I want to major in nursing and with this scholarship, it can help me out so much. Please consider me for this. Again Thanks

Samira H  on 10/16/2015 11:31:33 AM

I would like to apply for this scholarship and would you please give the steps to apply for the scholarship

Mark S  on 10/9/2015 6:52:35 PM

Hello, My name is Mark Stapels, and i am currently a senior at Fort Pierce Central High School in florida. I have been applying for scholorships all over the internet and the state of Florida. Ever since I was about 7 years old i wanted to do professional acting for a career and i want to make that dream come true. I really hope that this scholarship prize will be great for me. I really hope that you do read this. thank you for your time.

Enrique N  on 9/24/2015 3:43:14 PM

Hello I an Enrique Nunez from Yuma, AZ and i go to Cibola High School. I would love if you would accept me to win your scholarship. All my life, i loved to help out kids and people. I have always wanted to be a heart surgeon and this scholarship prize would be a dream come true. I want to go to U of A in Tucson, AZ or in NAU in Flagstaff, AZ. I know that whoever reads this will make a great decision and give the prize to someone who needs it. One day i hope that i can work at St Jude's hospital in Phoenix, AZ. Thank you for reading this

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