America Our Country, the Mary Kawakami Scholarship Speech Contest has been going strong since 2003. In that time the Timpanogos Arts Foundation and The American Fork Arts Institute and have sponsored the contest for Junior High and High School students in North Utah County. Their objective is to support those students with initiative, drive and a commitment to leadership. It is in this spirit that this speech contest allows students to eloquently address the diverse complexities, responsibilities and beauty of America Our Country.
L. Ron Hubbard’s Illustrators of the Future Contest is an opportunity for new science fiction and fantasy artists worldwide to have their work judged by some of the masters in the field and discovered by a wide audience.
No entry fee is required and entrants retain all publication rights.
Entries in the Illustrators of the Future Contest are judged only by professional artists. Three prizes of $500 (a total of $1500) are awarded each quarter. From the twelve quarterly winners each year the judges select a grand prize winner to receive the L. Ron Hubbard Golden Brush Award and an additional $5000 cash prize.
L. Ron Hubbard’s Writers of the Future Contest is an opportunity for new writers of science fiction and fantasy to have their work judged by some of the masters in the field and discovered by a wide audience.
No entry fee is required and entrants retain all publication rights.
Entries in the Writers of the Future Contest are adjudicated only by professional writers. Prizes of $1000, $750 and $500 are awarded every three months. From the four quarterly 1st Place winners each year, a panel of judges select one story as the grand prize winner. The writer of the grand-prize-winning story receives the L. Ron Hubbard Golden Pen Award and an additional $5000 cash prize.
Thanks to the generosity of the Georges Lurcy Trust and CRS alumni and friends, LAJF offers college scholarships to CRS alumni. The scholarship fund is dedicated to the memory of George E. (“Freddie”) Jonas, founder and benefactor of Camp Rising Sun.
The AWeber Developing Futures Scholarship, which grants a $2,500 scholarship to one college student each year, is awarded to undergraduate students studying in the Business/Marketing/Communications fields, as they pursue their educational and professional goals.
It is AWeber’s mission to help entrepreneurs and small business owners be successful as they connect with and grow their communities. As part of that mission, we know that drive is something that is nurtured over time and it all begins with investing in the young individuals who will be the entrepreneurs, business owners and hard-working professionals of the future.
The USDA Pathways Program offers different pathway opportunities for students and recent graduates to work in agriculture, science, technology, math, environment, management, business, and many other fields. FSIS OFO participates in this program, offering the Adel A. Malak Scholarship to create a pipeline to attract and retain talented veterinarians to protect public health through food safety.
Dr. Adel A. Malak started his professional career with FSIS in 1985 as an in-plant Public Health Veterinarian in Phoenix, AZ. He quickly moved up the ranks to become a staff officer in the Western Regional Office in Alameda, CA, and later became the Deputy District Manager of the Alameda District Office. Dr. Malak was also instrumental in recruiting and mentoring many students from the University of Fresno and California Polytechnic State University. FSIS lost a beloved friend and colleague when Dr. Malak died in 2012. He was a giving and caring employee, and contributed greatly to the mission of food safety.
The Organization of Professional Employees of the USDA (OPEDA) accepts scholarship applications March 1st through June 30th of each year. OPEDA members in good standing and their family members attending college are eligible to apply. Two scholarships are awarded in honor of John W. Peterson and Steven “Tom” Stefani for their exemplary service to OPEDA, the USDA, and our country. We encourage you to visit OPEDA’s website for more information about membership and scholarship opportunities.
A career in public veterinary health would afford you the opportunity to be involved with the health of major animal populations in many activity areas. Veterinarians have a responsibility for the health of the Nation’s animals, and public health veterinarians can have a broad and lasting impact on animal health issues. A hallmark of VS is its multidisciplinary approach to working on animal health problems. VS has employment opportunities in the public veterinary field for professionals from a variety of disciplines. Additionally, APHIS employs veterinarians in its Animal Care and Plant Protection and Quarantine programs. Employment opportunities are located throughout the United States.
The USDA/1890 National Scholars Program seeks to increase the number of minorities studying agriculture, food, natural resource sciences, and related disciplines. The program provides full tuition, employment, employee benefits, fees, books, and room and board each year for up to 4 years to selected students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in agriculture, food science, natural resource science, or a related academic discipline at one of 19 designated 1890s land-grant universities and Tuskegee University. The scholarship may be renewed each year, contingent upon satisfactory academic performance and normal progress toward the bachelor’s degree. All USDA/1890 National Scholars are required to compete for appropriate USDA employment immediately after graduation. If selected, they must commit to at least one year of service to USDA for each year of financial assistance provided. The details of this requirement will be outlined in the service agreement for the scholar, their university, and the USDA sponsoring agency.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) 1994 Tribal Scholars Program is an employment program that offers a combination of work experience and academic study leading to career positions within USDA. The program is designed to integrate classroom study with paid work experience. The program is conducted in accordance with a planned schedule and a working agreement between USDA agencies, student, and the 1994 Tribal Colleges and Universities. The USDA 1994 Tribal Scholars Program is designed to strengthen the long-term partnership between USDA and the 1994 Land-Grant Institutions; to increase the number of students studying and graduating in food, agriculture, natural resources, and other related fields of study; and to develop the pool of scientists and professionals to annually fill 50,000 jobs in the food, agricultural, and natural resources system.
Interested in a career in agriculture, botany, plant pathology, entomology, or other biological sciences?
The USDA Pathways Program:William F. Helms Internship program provides university and college-level students with the opportunity to help protect U.S. agriculture and the environment while facilitating global trade of pest and disease-free agricultural goods. Students may experience hands-on activities like inspecting plants, plant products and other regulated items for pests or disease; conducting crop and commodity surveys; assisting with the identification of suspected pests and diseases; or participating in plant health emergency response efforts.
Students accepted into the program will receive:
Tuition assistance while pursuing a degree (Up to $5,000 each year the student is enrolled in a degree program);
Paid work experience during school breaks (both summer and holiday periods);
Career exploration, and;
Possible permanent employment upon successful completion of education, training, and work requirements.
The Rachel Carson Healthy Planet Award will be given to a deserving high school junior from each high school across the United States and internationally who embodies the spirit of Rachel Carson in his or her dedication to sustainability and community development. Eligible students for this award are current high school juniors, in the U.S. and internationally, and must be nominated by a teacher, school counselor or advisor.
It’s the time of year when high school seniors are thinking about the next great step in their lives college. They are thinking about where to go, where to live, and what classes to take. College is a wonderful experience but it can get expensive in a hurry. Application fees, tuition, student fees, housing, books the list goes on and on.
We are committed to helping the students in our service areas achieve their goal of a college education. For the past 16 years, CentraCom Interactive has offered scholarships to eligible high school seniors planning to attend college. This has been a great opportunity not only to serve our community, but to get to know future leaders of America.
We are pleased to announce that we have again partnered with Snow College to bring even larger scholarship value. We will be giving away six scholarships with an initial value of $750. If the recipient chooses to attend Snow College, the scholarship from CentraCom will be $1500 and Snow College will match $500 raising the value to $2000 (scholarhip deferrals for service opporutnities will be managed by Snow College). The scholarship may be used for any college expense, such as tuition, books, housing, etc.
Ensign Staffing Inc., announces the 2018 Ensign Staffing Trade Scholarship Program. Under the Program, a $500 cash scholarship will be awarded to someone currently attending Snow College, or to a senior attending a high school in Sevier County, Utah that intends to attend Snow College.
Devconhomesecurity is an exclusive online portal into the world of home security. Our experts perform unbiased and trusted research as well as write news about today’s top home security systems. DevconHomeSecurity.com is helping consumers to find the best product which can cover all their requirements.
Devconhomesecurity.com, is pleased to announce an Annual $2,500.00 scholarship for the benefit of an undergraduate or a graduate student.
This annual scholarship was created for students who are interested in the study of online marketing, hence students currently studying in the areas of Marketing, Business, IT or Communications might have the greatest interest for this scholarship.
Education is the best investment anyone can make; however, the costs can often cause un-necessary financial strain.
This $2,500.00 scholarship will be awarded to a new applicant annually and must be used towards the cost of your education.
The Nurses Make a Difference Scholarship is an annual $1,000 scholarship awarded to an aspiring nurse who is currently enrolled in an undergraduate nursing program at a college or university or is a high school student who has been accepted into a school with an undergraduate nursing program. The winning applicant will provide the best 200-300 word essay on this year’s essay topic which is: “”What do you hope to accomplish as a nurse?”” . The application deadline is August 1, 2019.
Cascade Healthcare Solutions is a leading online retailer of healthcare supplies to customers throughout the United States including individuals, clinics, nursing homes, and hospitals. In 2019, we are excited to announce an annual scholarship to support future nurses who want to make a difference in the lives of their patients.
We believe that great nurses make a tremendous impact on the lives of patients and the growing elderly population. According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing , there is a growing shortage of nurses that is affecting patient care and outcomes. The United States needs hard working and caring individuals to join the nursing profession to support the health and well being of citizens.
Cascade Healthcare Solutions is excited to support individuals who have the goal to pursue one of the most essential professions in our society with the Nurses Make a Difference Scholarship.
Sugar Spun Run is proud to announce that we will be awarding a $500 scholarship to one high school senior or college student who authors a winning essay for the Annual Sugar Spun Scholarship.
To honor the efforts of diabetes patients everywhere, and to assist diabetic students in achieving their academic and professional aspirations, Dr. Auger has created the Elizabeth Auger Annual Scholarship for Students with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes. Students who are interested in competing for the scholarship will need to submit an essay in response to the following questions:
Reflect on the quality of your diabetes care and your efforts to manage your diabetes. What do you believe are the greatest strengths and weaknesses of the care you have received? How have your strategies to manage your blood sugar evolved and changed over time?
Where do you see yourself in five years? Please detail how the scholarship will help you to achieve your academic and professional goals.
Dr. Troy Dreiling and Zenaptic Chiropractic are proud to announce the 1st annual Zenaptic Chiropractic Scholarship! This scholarship was created with college students in mind. Higher education has become increasingly expensive. This expense has also become increasingly necessary. This scholarship is designed to help a current or prospective student in their college career. Applicants will be required to answer a simple question and the winner will be selected by a committee. One winner will be selected and receive $1000 towards higher education.
Griswold Home Care is a mission-driven home care services company headquartered just outside of Philadelphia that celebrates, educates, and advocates the choice to remain independent at home. Griswold Home Care was founded by Jean Griswold in 1982 after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and seeing the need for quality care in her community. Jean’s mission of affordable care for all continues to spread today.
The scholarship will be awarded to the best Movie Review submitted by a student.
The Ivey Engineering $1,000 bi-annual scholarship(awarded twice per year) provides college and university students an opportunity to earn money to further their education.
Established in 2006, the 1800wheelchair scholarship fund now bestows one or two $500 awards each year. In the past, we’ve asked applicants to explore mobility issues on campus, overcoming personal challenges, and much more.
This program, of college tuition awards, is supported and administered by the Utah Youth Soccer Association. The scholarships are in the form of tuition awards of $750 and are to be used toward expenses in an accredited college, university, or community college. Two scholarships, one to a male soccer player and one to a female soccer player, will be awarded to two players from the region in which they are registered.
This scholarship celebrates the life and passion of Susan Madsen who never failed to be on a soccer field encouraging, managing, cheering and supporting all around her.Susan was an active member of Utah Youth Soccer who gave countless hours of support and service to the Utah Soccer Community, always unconditionally and with a laugh.This scholarship is made possible through contributions to the Susan K Madsen Memorial fund by her family, friends and the Utah Soccer Community.
The Luigi Wewege Foundation scholarship was created with the belief that everyone who has a desire to attend college or university should. Research shows that this has not been the case, due to higher education becoming increasingly more expensive over the last several decades. Although by answering a simple essay question, applicants will have an opportunity to be granted a $1,500 academic scholarship. The foundation committee will select a winner by the end of December every year and there will only be one winner who will receive this amount towards their higher education expenses in each year.
Bottar Law, PLLC, is proud to announce its first ever scholarship for students with physical or learning disabilities (the Bottar Law, PLLC Scholarship). This $2,500.00 scholarship will be awarded twice annually to a recent high school graduate with a documented physical or learning disability.
Transitioning from high school to college can be overwhelming for any student. Having represented injured children for more than three decades , many of whom have lifetime special needs â€“ the medical malpractice and personal injury lawyers of Bottar Law, PLLC know, first-hand, that the transition for a student with a physical or learning disability is often more difficult.
In the collegiate environment, a student with a physical or learning disability must make a number of difficult and complicated decisions, including whether to e.g., disclose the specifics of his/her disability, request special accommodations in the classroom, or request other types of campus assistance. In addition, paying for college can provide different challenges, as students with physical or learning disabilities may need to purchase special equipment or hire private tutors to facilitate their collegiate learning experience. Typically, students with disabilities do not receive special financial aid consideration from the federal government.
Through the Bottar Law, PLLC Scholarship, we hope to reduce barriers to education for students with physical or learning disabilities by providing additional financial security as they pursue their studies in college.
The SHC Youth Leadership and Scholarship Program
Provides scholarships to youth who have experienced homelessness to ensure their completion of a post-secondary education program.
Assists youth with financial aid processes, mental health advocacy and referrals, professional legal advocacy and referrals, and assistance in locating and establishing local contacts for general support and services.
Builds a stable peer and adult support network for recipients, before, during, and after their college careers, and into their transition into the workforce.
Offers young people meaningful opportunities to engage in advocacy, while providing sustained support services to help ensure graduation and success in life.