To be eligible for this scholarship award, an applicant must demonstrate a desire to practice law in a small town in Wyoming (preference is for towns other than Cheyenne or Casper) through the submission of a current resume and brief student profile detailing post law school career goals.
Must be a Delaware resident. Scholarship recipient must have graduated from an accredited undergraduate college or university and been accepted at an accredited graduate school program in the United States for an advanced degree in medicine, dentistry, law or the ministry.
This scholarship was created to recognize Mr. Blucher's 39 years of service to the Rutland Regional Planning Commission, as well as his commitment to education. This scholarship is offered to Rutland County students who seek a degree in land use planning, legal studies, political studies, emergency services, agriculture,...
The scholarship is for **U.S. citizens of Italian descent (at least one Italian or Italian-American grandparent) enrolled in a law school program at an accredited academic institution for the Fall 2020 term.
This scholarship is for students showing dedication to the pursuit of higher education in diverse areas of study including history, economics, law, political science, medicine, nursing, occupational and physical therapy, elementary and secondary education, chemistry, math, science and English.
Samuel W. Thompson worked for the State of Vermont for 39 years, serving as deputy sheriff of Caledonia County for more than six years. His family established this scholarship to honor his memory and life.
This scholarship is for highly talented **sophomores and juniors in the fields areas including engineering, quality control, compliance and water and wastewater treatment, among other more classic areas like finance and computer science.
The Vermont Police Association created this scholarship in memory of Captain Mooney of the Rutland Police Department, who served for several years as secretary/treasurer of the Vermont Police Association.