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  • AHEC Mimi Reardon Scholarship for Northern Vermont
    The Northeastern Vermont Area Health education Center (now Northern Vermont AHEC) established this scholarship to honor Dr. Mildred A. Reardon, the founder of the AHEC program in Vermont, and to encourage and support students pursuing health careers and who express interest in practicing in a Vermont community.
  • Alfred T. Granger Student Art Fund Scholarship
    This endowed fund was established to support a college education for talented students pursuing studies in architecture, design, fine arts, architectural engineering, or mechanical drawing (CAD).
  • Alice C. Coapland Scholarship
    Alice C. Coapland established this scholarship in 2002. Before her death in 2004, she generously bequeathed her estate to fund this scholarship for female residents of northeastern Vermont who have high financial need and who wish to pursue education after high school.
  • Alicia Shanks Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of Mrs. Alicia Shanks to assist college students who have demonstrated the capacity to become passionate and dedicated teachers.
  • American Legion-Brattleboro Post 5 Inc Scholarship
    This scholarship is sponsored by Brattleboro American Legion Post #5 Inc. The Post awards two $500 scholarships yearly. The scholarship awards are made directly to the award winners after verification from the post-secondary school of successful completion of one full semester.
  • America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders Scholarship
    This scholarship is for high school seniors or current college students pursuing any degree or certification in any Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources (AFNR) Career Pathways.
  • Amy Lowenstein Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to assist academically promising graduates of Addison County public high schools who plan to attend a competitive, degree-granting, four-year, accredited college full time.
  • Ascutney Mountain Audubon Society Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to assist a graduating high school senior who lives in a designated Vermont town and who has demonstrated a strong commitment to the environment.
  • Bernice Murray Scholarship
    This scholarship was created by former U.S. Senator James m. Jeffords of Vermont, along with family and friends of Bernice Murray, longtime aide to Senator Jeffords. the scholarship was established to honor her unselfish contributions to improving the lives of Vermonters.
  • Carol A. Hurley Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was established by the friends, family, and colleagues of Carol Hurley, a VSAC outreach counselor who helped first-generation college-bound students prepare for college.
  • Automotive / Mechanics / Repair
    Champlain Valley Street Rodders (CVSR) Scholarship
    The Champlain Valley Street Rodders established this scholarship to assist students who will pursue a certificate or undergraduate degree in a field related to automotive technology, mechanics, or repair.
  • Charles E. Leonard Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was created in memory of Charles Leonard by his mother after his death in 1981. Mr. Leonard, who was blind, was an engineer at General electric for many years and served as president of VABVI from 1978 to 1980.
  • Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary Scholarship
    The Charlotte-Shelburne-Hinesburg rotary created this scholarship for residents of Charlotte, Shelburne, or Hinesburg who demonstrate uncommon commitment and service to their communities. one of the scholarships will be awarded in the name of former CSH rotarian Denny Bowen.
  • Dale A. Boutin Scholarship
    This scholarship honors Dale Boutin, a woman who has a strong belief in the power of education and whose educational pursuits range from biochemistry to landscape painting or music composition. She continues to learn new skills and encourages other to pursue post secondary education.
  • David A. Hicks Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to help students who have overcome hardship in their lives (including illness) or who face significant barriers that limit their access to education after high school.
  • Denton and Ann Lyon Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to assist graduating high school seniors from Addison County who demonstrate strong financial need and high academic achievement, and who are committed to attending and succeeding in college.
  • Don Vickers Scholarship
    Don Vickers served as president and CEO of VSAC for a full quarter- century from 1988 to 2013. He joined VSAC in 1971 as director of the state grant programs. When he retired from VSAC in June 2013, his colleagues, friends, and staff contributed to an endowment for the purpose of awarding one or more scholarships in his...
  • Dr. Marc Hull Special Education Leadership Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to honor Dr. Marc Hull, a former Vermont commissioner of education who dedicated his career to creating equitable learning opportunities for all students, particularly those with disabilities.
  • Edgar May Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to honor the life and work of Edgar May, longtime champion of individuals outside the circle of financial and social success.
  • Elizabeth J. Davis Scholarship of the VNAs of Vermont
    This scholarship was established to assist students who are seeking bachelor’s degree (or more advanced degrees) in registered nursing, licensed practical nursing, physical therapy, speech language pathology, occupational therapy, or social work
  • Emily Lester Vermont Opportunity Scholarship
    This scholarship is administered with the proceeds from a trust fund established through an annual appropriation from State of Vermont’s general fund. Funding for this program is conditional upon annual legislative approval.
  • Franklin County Dual Enrollment and Early College Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to provide financial assistance to high school students who have successfully completed a dual enrollment course or an early college program before continuing their education after high school.
  • Franklin H. Isham Memorial Scholarship
    This is a scholarship for students who live in Franklin County and have graduated from a Franklin County high school.
  • Frank M. and Olive F. Gilman Foundation Scholarship
    The Gilman Foundation created this scholarship to promote academic growth and achievement in order to foster greater individual earning power and a skilled labor force. recipients are selected by an independent selection committee not comprised of Gilman Foundation Board members.
  • General Federation of Women's Clubs of Vermont Scholarship (Barbara Jean Barker Memorial Scholarship)
    The Barbara Jean Barker Memorial Scholarship for a Displaced Homemaker is a non-traditional scholarship offered by the General Federation of Women's Clubs of Vermont for a woman who has been primarily a housewife for the past 15-20 years and has lost her main means of support through death, divorce or separation of a spouse,...
  • George Buzzell Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to support students residing in Orleans County and pursuing higher education in a natural resource management-related field.
  • G. Jason and Marcia Vance Conway Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in 2011 to honor the contributions made to higher education by G. Jason Conway and Marcia Vance Conway, who passed away in April 2010 and March 2009 respectively.
  • Gordy and Gwen EMS Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to recognize individuals in emergency medical services (EMS) who serve others on a daily basis.
  • Environment / Natural Resources / Conservation
    Green Mountain Water Environment Association Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to help support students of environmentalism and to rebuild the water and wastewater management industry in the state.
  • Green Up Vermont Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in 2020 to mark the 50th anniversary of Green Up Day, a statewide initiative to clear Vermont’s roadsides of litter. In 1970, the nonprofit organization Vermont Green Up, Inc.
  • Harry and Vi Bradley Memorial Scholarship
    The Vermont Law Enforcement Hockey Charities Inc., created this scholarship to provide financial support to a student involved in team sports who intends to pursue a career in public safety. The Bradley's were ardent supporters of the Vermont Law Enforcement Hockey Charities Inc.
  • Nursing
    Helen J. Switzer Nursing Scholarship
    Helen Switzer’s children established this scholarship to honor their mother’s commitment to nursing and her 30-year career caring for the sick and elderly.
  • Helen K. and Robert T. Stafford Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to honor the entire Stafford family by providing financial support to a student who demonstrates strong financial need and a commitment to a career in environmental studies or special education, and who shows deep compassion and enthusiasm for making the world a better place.
  • Hildegard Durfee Graduate Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to enable residents of Windham County to further their education at the graduate level and/or to prepare themselves for career changes that require graduate-level coursework after college.
  • Hildegard Durfee Undergraduate Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to enable residents of Windham County to further their education at the undergraduate level and/or to prepare themselves for career changes that require undergraduate-level coursework after high school.
  • Hi-Low Farm Lowell Vermont Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to provide financial support to students with a high school diploma, including students who have successfully completed a home schooling program.
  • Hi-Low Farm Orleans County 4-H Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to provide financial support to students from Orleans County who were active in 4-H in their youth.
  • Horace Greeley Scholarship
    Abolitionist Horace Greeley was a newspaper giant and a candidate for President of the United States in 1872. the Vermont Legislature formally recognized Greeley by passing a resolution to honor him as a notable Vermonter and a voice of conscience to the American people.
  • Nursing
    Jean Andrews Nursing Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to encourage students to enter the nursing profession.
  • Jennie Johnson Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students who live in Essex or Orleans County and plan to live and work in Vermont after obtaining their certificate of undergraduate degree. It was created to honor the memory of artist Jennie Johnson, who was most widely known as the postmaster of Beebe Plain, Vermont.
  • Jericho Underhill Lions Club David Damkot Memorial Scholarship
    The Jericho-Underhill Lions Club created this scholarship to encourage residents in the Jericho-Underhill area to serve their communities and develop high ethical standards. the scholarship name was changed in 2016 to memorialize and honor David Damkot, a charter member of the club.
  • John and Ruth Maciag Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to honor John and Ruth's commitment to art and design, learning, and international travel.
  • Nursing
    John Cooper Hubbard Scholarship
    The purpose of this scholarship is to provide aid for worthy Vermont students studying in the nursing field (RN or LPN level) or pursuing advanced studies in the medical or nursing fields.
  • John Hudson Savage Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to honor John Hudson Savage in recognition of his 28 years of volunteer service to the town of Colchester as a member of the Colchester rescue Squad.
  • Nursing
    Karen Quill Scholarship
    The Karen Quill Scholarship was established in 2012 in memory of Karen Quill, a dedicated union nurse. (This will be awarded to a student pursuing a career in nursing).
  • Katie Currier Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to honor the memory of Katie Currier, who passed away at the age of 18. Katie was devoted to justice, non-judgment, acceptance and unity. This athlete's scholarship was established to provide financial aid to Vermont students who are committed to promoting these qualities in their communities.
  • Civil Engineering / Construction
    Kilbourn-Sawyer Memorial Scholarship
    The scholarship assists students with their pursuit of a degree in a construction-related field. Preference will be given to applicants who want to study civil or mechanical engineering.
  • Early Childhood Education
    Lets Grow Kids Scholarship for Aspiring Early Educator New Students
    This scholarship was created for the purpose of increasing the quality and availability of early care and learning teachers who plan to work with young children in infant/toddler and prekindergarten programs.
  • Early Childhood Education
    Lets Grow Kids Scholarship for Aspiring Early Educators Continuing Students
    This scholarship was created to increase the quality and availability of early care and learning teachers who plan to work with young children in infant/toddler and prekindergarten programs. every child deserves a strong start and equal chance in life, which requires a well-qualified early childhood education workforce.
  • Ludlow VFW Scholarship
    The members of the Ludlow VFW Post 10155 established this scholarship to help students from Cavendish, Ludlow, Mount Holly, and Plymouth who aspire to attend college but lack the financial resources to do so.
  • Mahana Magic Scholarship
    In 2019, The Mahana Magic Foundation established a scholarship program for Vermont High School seniors who have been impacted by a parent's cancer. ​ The Scholarship Committee awarded all TWELVE applicants with a $1,000 scholarship.
  • Mark Blucher Planning Scholarship
    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,...
  • Martin Devlin Scholarship
    Martin Devlin was a beloved member of the Physician Assistant Academy of Vermont (PAAV) for many years. Following his untimely death, a scholarship fund was created in his memory.
  • National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in 2013 to award an annual scholarship to a graduating high school senior who is pursuing a business career.
  • Nichols Family Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in 2015 to honor Francis and Louise Nichols and their children, William Nichols and Sarah Nichols Gruenig. the intent of this program is to ease the financial burden of a college degree for Vermont students who have faced adversity in their lives and/or overcome hardship.
  • Agriculture / Horticulture / Animals
    Nichols Family Scholarship Agriculture and Environmental Science
    This scholarship was established in 2014 to honor Francis and Louise Nichols and their children, William Nichols and Sarah Nichols Gruenig, who valued education, hard work, and the natural world. the intent of this program is to support students in pursuing studies in agriculture or environmental studies.
  • Nordic Educational Trust Scholarship
    This two-year scholarship was created to provide education funding to students who want to attend school beyond high school and seek a certificate or associate (two-year) degree in a technical field. this scholarship is not dependent on past academic performance.
  • Norman and Cecile Leduc Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to honor the memory and lives of Norman and Cecile Leduc.
  • NorthCountry Federal Credit Union Scholarship
    NorthCountry Federal Credit Union wishes to recognize northern Vermont students who are pursuing higher education, who reflect the credit union philosophy of people helping people, and who have demonstrated a commitment to learning and to giving back to the community.
  • Norwich Womens Club Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to any resident of Norwich who is pursuing education beyond high school. Students of all ages are urged to apply. Previous awardees are encouraged to apply in subsequent years.
  • NROC Art Scholarship
    Northgate residents ownership Corporation (NroC) is a resident- owned and -directed community in the New North end of Burlington. this scholarship was created for Northgate residents who may be first- generation college students, new Americans, and/or those who may have experienced generational poverty.
  • NROC Non Degree Scholarship
    Northgate residents ownership Corporation (NroC) is a resident- owned and -directed community in the New North end of Burlington. this scholarship was created for Northgate residents who may be first- generation college students, new Americans, and/or those who may have experienced generational poverty.
  • NROC Post Secondary Education Scholarship
    Northgate residents ownership Corporation (NroC) is a resident- owned and -directed community in the New North end of Burlington. this scholarship was created for Northgate residents who may be first- generation college students, new Americans, and/or those who may have experienced generational poverty.
  • Orange County Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to assist female first-generation college students who have been residents of orange County for at least one year.
  • PedsOne Youth Service Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to support and inspire graduating high school seniors who have demonstrated leadership in community service, and are passionate about and committed to improving the lives of children.
  • Peoples United Bank Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to provide financial assistance to Vermont students who wish to pursue college degrees.
  • Philip and Alice Angell Eastern Star Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in 1996 in memory of Philip and Alice Angell, both of whom were active in the Vermont Order of Eastern Star (OES) for more than 50 years.
  • Rainbow Business & Professional Association Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students with residency within the New England area (Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut).
  • Rebekah Assembly of Vermont I.O.O.F. Scholarship
    The Odd Fellows & Rebekahs Vocational Technology scholarships are based on Financial Need and Leadership.
  • Nursing
    Rebekah Assembly of Vermont Nursing Scholarship
    To provide financial assistance to residents of Vermont interested in working on a degree in nursing.
  • RehabGYM Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to assist students who have undergone significant physical challenges or illness and who met those challenges with courage and perseverance.
  • Remo and Donna Pizzagalli Family Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to provide financial support for academically exceptional students who show promise of continued excellence and demonstrate financial need.
  • Richard T. Gates Engineering and Technology Endowed Challenge Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to help worthy and able students pursue their bachelor of science degrees in engineering or technology.
  • Robert Gensburg Scholarship
    This scholarship not only recognizes the significant contributions Robert Gensburg made to affordable housing and education in Vermont, but also reflects Bob’s lifelong commitment to social and economic equality for all Vermonters.
  • Roger J. Sheridan Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to honor the memory of Roger J. Sheridan, former coach at Saint Michael's High School in Montpelier, basketball and football official, and member and secretary of the International Association of Approved Basketball officials.
  • Samuel W. Thompson Memorial Scholarship
    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.
  • Scott A. Lawrence Memorial Scholarship
    Scott A. Lawrence found value in every person he met and believed in their capacity and potential to do good in the world, especially as they grew in knowledge. the recipient of this scholarship should embody Scott’s values of friendship to all and give all individuals the benefit of the doubt.
  • Senator James M. Jeffords Endowed Scholarship to Honor Marion Hausman Jeffords
    This scholarship is for students who seek an undergraduate degree in the arts, including, but not limited to, music, visual arts, dance, or theater and live in Rutland County (or go to high school there).
  • Senator James M. Jeffords Endowed Scholarship to Honor Mary Jeffords Mills
    This scholarship is for students who seek an undergraduate degree in education and live in Rutland County (or go to high school there).
  • Sister Elizabeth Candon Scholarship
    VSAC created this scholarship to honor the contributions Sister Elizabeth Candon has made to higher education in general and to women seeking higher education in particular.
  • Stonyfield Farm Endowed Scholarship for St. Albans Cooperative Creamery
    The owners of Stonyfield Farm established this scholarship to convey their gratitude and appreciation to the St. Albans Cooperative Creamery for its support, partnerships, and friendship.
  • Students with Disabilities Endowed Scholarship Honoring Elizabeth Daley Jeffords
    Former U.S. Senator James m. Jeffords of Vermont established this scholarship to honor his wife, elizabeth Daley Jeffords, by providing financial support to students with disabilities who wish to pursue an undergraduate degree.
  • Taigh Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to inspire and encourage residents of Peacham to pursue education after high school. It is the donors’ intent to assist students from rural areas, particularly those who are among the first generation in their families to attend college.
  • Health Administration
    Taini Mae Kinney Scholarship
    This scholarship was established by the family and friends of Taini Mae Kinney who wished to honor Taini’s kindness toward others.
  • Travel / Tourism
    Ted Bridges Hospitality Scholarship
    This scholarship was created in honor of Ted Bridges, a consistent and active contributor to the success of Vermont's tourism and hospitality businesses for more than four decades. It was created to provide financial assistance to encourage students to pursue education and careers in hospitality and tourism.
  • The Alannas Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in honor of Alan and Ann Schwartz, parent who provided strong encouragement for their children to pursue post secondary education despite considerable financial adversity.
  • Architecture / Interiors
    The American Institute of Architects Vermont Scholar Promise Award
    The American Institute of Architects Vermont Chapter created this scholarship to encourage students to enter the field of architecture.
  • The Bruce Lamb Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was created in memory of Bruce Lamb, a first-class lineman who passed away in a fatal accident while performing his job. He was devoted not only to his job, but also to his co-workers and friends.
  • The Carl T. Witherell Technical Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to provide financial assistance to graduates of the Hartford school system who are pursuing technical training or an associate's degree after high school.
  • The Carolyn Barra Scholarship
    Carolyn Barra was an Essex High School student who was gifted academically, active in the performing arts, and dedicated to community service. Carolyn dies as a result of complications of pulmonary hypertension disorder in her senior year, and this scholarship was established to her her memory and her special spirit.
  • The Dwight and Doris Hitchcock Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to honor the memory of Dwight and Doris Hitchcock for their lifelong love of family and friends, and service to the town of Athens, Vermont. Dwight Hitchcock was a selectman, and Doris held other positions in Athens for several years.
  • The Frank Spencer Achievement Award
    This scholarship is awarded to two students annually who reside in one of our member towns (Dover, Halifax, Jamaica, Marlboro, Readsboro, Searsburg, Stratton, Wardsboro, Whitingham, Wilmington).
  • The Harold and Sally Mitchell Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to provide financial assistance to Vermont high school graduating seniors who seek an associate degree or certification in a vocational or technical field after high school graduation.
  • The Paquin Family Technical Scholarship
    This scholarship was created by Burton A. Paquin, Sr. to encourage and foster training for Vermonters in the technical and skilled trades to ensure the perpetuation of these valuable skills for the benefit of Vermont’s economy and communities.
  • The Raven Ridge Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to assist academically promising incoming or current undergraduate students who are passionate about and committed to pursuing a career either in social work or early childhood education in the State of Vermont.
  • The Ray Pellegrini Reach for the Stars Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of Ray Pellegrini, a Vermont educator for more than 30 years, to recognize Ray’s commitment to and support for all Vermont students.
  • The Rotary Club of the Deerfield Valley Scholarship
    This scholarship is awarded to two students who are enrolling in the third year of their post secondary education and who reside in one of our member towns (Dover, Halifax, Jamaica, Marlboro, Readsboro, Searsburg, Stratton, Wardsboro, Whitingham, Wilmington).
  • The Samara Scholarship
    The Samara Scholarship was established in 2000 as an investment in the future of Vermont students who oppose discrimination and prejudice and who stand for the elimination of homophobia.
  • The Tatarczuch Family Scholarship Business
    This scholarship was established to honor the memory of Thomas F. Tatarczuch, a man of integrity, whose career in management, accounting, and finance was dedicated to preserving and expanding manufacturing opportunities throughout North America.
  • THV Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to encourage Windham County residents, towns of Readsboro, or Searsburg in Bennington County to seek education after high school and to contribute fully to freedom, peace, and social understanding throughout the world, beginning in their own homes and communities.
  • Trinity College of Vermont Memorial Scholarship
    The Trinity College of Vermont Association of Alumni and Friends awards this scholarship to promote empowerment through education, and to encourage work that supports healthy communities and social justice.
  • UMaine NEBHE Flagship Scholarship Award for Transfer Students
    The New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) has established the Regional Student Program (RSP) under which qualified residents of the region may receive reduced tuition rates when attending college in another New England state.
  • UMaine NEBHE Leadership Scholarship Award for Transfer Students
    The New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) has established the Regional Student Program (RSP) under which qualified residents of the region may receive reduced tuition rates when attending college in another New England state.
  • Upper Valley Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to provide financial support to residents of the Upper Valley who pursue education after high school.
  • US JCI Senate Foundation Scholarship - Vermont
    The Vermont JCI Senate awards three $200 scholarships each year to Vermont high school seniors going on to further their education.
  • USM Mountains to the Sea Scholarship
    This scholarship if for first-year students of University of Southern Maine from New Hampshire and Vermont to attend USM for less than the cost of in-state tuition in their home states.
  • Vermont Association of Broadcasters Scholarship
    The intent of this scholarship is to fund an employee or a direct family member of an employee of a Vermont radio or television station.
  • Vermont Dairy Industry Association VDIA Memorial Scholarship
    The Vermont Dairy Industry Association established this scholarship to further its commitment to assist students in their educational pursuits in the study of dairying.
  • Vermont DAR Good Citizenship Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to promote dependability, community service, leadership, religious awareness, and patriotism among high school seniors.
  • Dentistry / Dental Hygiene
    Vermont Dental Hygiene Scholarship
    This scholarship was established by the members of the Vermont State Dental Society to encourage Vermont residents preparing to enter the dental hygiene profession.
  • Agriculture / Horticulture / Animals
    Vermont Feed Dealers and Manufacturers Association Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to encourage students to pursue degrees in fields related to agriculture.
  • Vermont John H. Chafee Education and Training Scholarship
    This scholarship was established for youth with experience in foster care. The mission of this program is to help young adults prepare for and enter training or educational institutions after high school.
  • Environment / Natural Resources / Conservation
    Vermont Lakes and Ponds Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to encourage and support students who are seeking education beyond high school and are interested in pursuing aquatic environmental studies, such as watershed management, water resources education, and limnology.
  • Vermont Mentoring Scholarship
    This scholarship was created (1) to provide financial assistance to individuals who have participated as mentees in a mentoring program; (2) to provide additional incentives for young people to join, fully participate in, and commit to a mentoring program; and (3) to provide a giving avenue for individuals who want to...
  • Vermont NEA Maida Townsend Scholarship
    The sons and daughters of Vermont-NEA members (students in their last year of high school, undergraduates, and graduate students) are eligible to apply for Vermont-NEA/Maida F. Townsend scholarships. The $1000 scholarships, established in 1991, are awarded annually at the Vermont-NEA Representative Assembly.
  • Vermont New England Red Sox Service Scholarship
    The New England Red Sox Service Scholarships for Vermont is an honor awarded by the Red Sox Foundation, the official team charity of the Boston Red Sox. In spring 2020, Foundation will award a **$1,000 scholarship to 41 academically talented Vermont public high school seniors who have shown commitment to community service.
  • Law Enforcement / Corrections / Criminal Justice
    Vermont Police Association Erwin Bugbee Memorial Scholarship
    The Vermont Police Association created this scholarship in memory of one of its past presidents, Erwin Bugbee of the Bellows Falls Police Department.
  • Vermont Police Association Gene Gaiotti and Ron West Memorial Scholarship
    The Vermont Police Association created this scholarship in memory of one of its past presidents, Gene Gaiotti, a member of the Vermont Liquor Control Department who was killed in the line of duty, and Ron West.
  • Law Enforcement / Corrections / Criminal Justice
    Vermont Police Association George Whitney Scholarship
    The Vermont Police Association created this scholarship in recognition of George Whitney, who served the VPA as its secretary/treasurer for more than 25 years.
  • Vermont Police Association Herbert Fullam Scholarship
    The Vermont Police Association created this scholarship in memory of one of its founders, Herbert Fullam of the Springfield Police Department.
  • Vermont Police Association Raymond R. Mooney Scholarship
    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.
  • Vermont Principals’ Association (VPA) Member Scholarship
    During the 2019-2020 school year, the Vermont Principals’ Association (VPA) will award two $500 scholarships to high school seniors who are the children of VPA members.
  • Vermont Sheriffs' Association Scholarship
    The Vermont Sheriffs’ Association created this scholarship to assist Vermont residents seeking degrees in law enforcement in order to become police officers.
  • Vermont Sheriffs’ Association William Graham Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to honor former Windham County Sheriff William Graham, who has exemplified outstanding public service and community leadership throughout his life.
  • Agriculture / Horticulture / Animals
    Vermont State Grange Agricultural Scholarship
    The Vermont State Grange Agricultural Scholarship was created to encourage Vermont students to enter the field of agriculture.
  • Nursing
    Vermont State Grange Alice Cossingham Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to encourage Vermont students to enter the field of nursing.
  • Agriculture / Horticulture / Animals
    Vermont State Grange Cobble Hill Grange Scholarship Agriculture
    The Cobble Hill Grange created this scholarship to recognize the importance of a college education and to encourage Vermont students to enter the field of agriculture.
  • Vermont State Grange Cobble Hill Grange Scholarship Education
    The Cobble Hill Grange created this scholarship to recognize the importance of a college education and to encourage Vermont students to enter the field of education.
  • Vermont State Grange Educational Aid Fund
    The Vermont State Grange created this scholarship to assist students with obtaining their associate or bachelor’s degrees.
  • Vermont State Grange Scholarship Vocational or Technical
    The Vermont State Grange created this scholarship to assist high school seniors with obtaining vocational or technical education.
  • VSAC Board of Directors Scholarship (David Coates)
    VSAC established this scholarship to honor the contributions David Coates made as a VSAC board member from April 2008 to June 2019.
  • VSAC Board of Directors Scholarship (Katharine Hutchinson)
    VSAC established this scholarship to honor the contributions Katharine Hutchinson made as a VSAC board member from July 2011 to June 2017. The guidance department at BFA St. Albans, where Katharine Hutchinson worked for many years, works to encourage all students, especially first-generation, to continue educatuin after...
  • VSAC Board of Directors Scholarship (Virginia Cole-Levesque)
    VSAC established this scholarship to honor the contributions Virginia Cole-Levesque made as a VSAC board member from July 2005 to June 2015
  • VSAC-Freeman Scholarship
    The Freeman Foundation created this scholarship to assist students who are either among the first generation in their families to attend college (neither parent has received a bachelor’s degree) OR who face other barriers that restrict access to a college education.
  • Nursing
    William Boudreau Memorial Scholarship for Licensed Nursing Assistants
    The William Boudreau Trust established this scholarship in 2010 to honor the memory and generosity of longtime Barton resident and farmer William Boudreau. This scholarship provides financial assistance to Orleans County residents who wish to become licensed nursing assistants.
  • Woodstock Rotary Scholarship
    The Woodstock rotary Scholarship Fund was established to provide scholarship assistance to graduates of Woodstock Union High School. Woodstock Rotarian family members are not eligible to apply.