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Wrap up May with these Memorial Day Scholarships


May 22, 2020 10:38 AM
by Izzy Hall
Time to break out the white pants, beach chairs and barbeque sauce! It’s Memorial Day weekend and we’re excited for the (unofficial) start of summer. But there’s still almost a week left of May, and plenty of scholarships to consider before we jump into June. So, enjoy your three-day weekend – and set aside some time to apply to these scholarships.

Time to break out the white pants, beach chairs and barbeque sauce! It’s Memorial Day weekend and we’re excited for the (unofficial) start of summer. But there’s still almost a week left of May, and plenty of scholarships to consider before we jump into June. So, enjoy your three-day weekend – and set aside some time to apply to these scholarships.

FMAA Scholarship Program

Award Amount: $2000
Deadline: May 30
Scholarship Description: The FMAA Scholarship Program gives students an opportunity to express their feelings regarding the flag and their own views on patriotism, as well as raising awareness of the "Made in the USA" issue.

Leon Bradley Scholarship

Award Amount: $3500
Deadline: May 31
Scholarship Description: The Leon Bradley Scholarship Program was established to encourage more minorities or persons of color to enter the field of teaching and school leadership.

Victor Agnoni Visual Arts Foundation - VAVAF LGBT Arts Scholarship

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: May 31
Scholarship Description: The Victor Agnoni Visual Arts Foundation - VAVAF LGBT Arts Scholarship is open to LGBTQ high school seniors entering a 2 or 4-year college or technical school for the upcoming fall semester the year the scholarship is offered, with a qualifying visual arts portfolio.

RTK Scholars Program

Award Amount: $1500
Deadline: May 31
Scholarship Description: RTK Environmental Group is open to students who study environmental science, biology, engineering, or a related physical science major - those majors make up the majority of the college graduates who go on to become the foremost experts in environmental testing, both in the lab and the field, and developers of new technologies for the trade.

SILA Post Secondary College Scholarship

Award Amount: $2500
Deadline: May 31
Scholarship Description: The SILA Foundation awards five $2,500 scholarships for use at an accredited post-secondary college or university to students enrolled in one of the following disciplines: business administration, education, finance or accounting, information technology, insurance studies, marketing or mathematics.

Steps For Change Scholarship

Award Amount: $2000
Deadline: May 25
Scholarship Description: The Steps For Change Scholarship is an achievement-based scholarship awarded to high school seniors applying to a college or university to further their career goals. Students from low-income families (household income of less than $55,000) are recognized for their capacity to lead and commitment to making a significant impact on communities.

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