The African American Youth Harvest Foundation’s (AAYHF) Harvest Scholars Program is a scholarship available to AAYHF program participants who are lower-wealth, lower-resourced, underrepresented high school seniors that demonstrate a financial need and seek to attend and graduate from a two-year community college and/or...
This scholarship was established to aid undergraduate students majoring in English and/or History. Recipients will be selected by scholarship committees in both the ESFL Department and the History and Government Department.
This scholarship was established to aid students majoring in English and/or History. Recipients will be selected by scholarship committees in both the ESFL Department and the History and Government Department.
This scholarship is for students in the School of Management pursuing a business degree. Recipient must be an undergraduate enrolled full time in the TWU School of Management, pursuing a business degree program.
To apply for this scholarship, one parent must be a AHS alumni (must submit parent’s name(s) and year(s) of graduation from AHS, please include mother’s maiden name), need 2 recommendations, an essay, and list community service.
Must have participated on the AHS water polo team this year, must attend college in the fall, character assessed – candidate should demonstrate the qualities exemplified by Benjamin James Garcia, scholastic performance, performance on the team(s), school and extracurricular activities, essay discussing how AHS water...
The AHS Class of 1949 Scholarship is available to a graduating senior at Stephen F. Austin High School, that demonstrates academic achievement, financial need, motivation to successfully complete higher education or trade school, and leadership qualities.
The Student Council Scholarship is for students that help foster a positive culture and climate at Alvin High School. Recipients should be active participants in Student Council or class officer activities.
This scholarship is for graduate students majoring in Dance. If no graduate students qualify, then undergraduate students are selected by a scholarship committee within the Department of Performing Arts.
Scholarships are given to graduating seniors from a high school within Travis, Williamson or Hays Counties, living with a diagnosis of Type I Diabetes (insulin-dependent) with financial need and academic potential.
The purpose of the AISD Silverton Foundation Scholarship is to provide scholarships to graduates of Eastside Memorial High School that demonstrate financial need and have been accepted into a course study that constitutes vocational training.
The AISD St. David’s Foundation Scholarship is available to graduates of Lanier High School who graduated on the Recommended High School Plan.
The recipient must demonstrate financial need and be pursuing a healthcare field of study.
This scholarship aims to provide a stream of income to support scholarships for students enrolled in the College of Professional Education at Texas Woman’s University. Scholarships recipients shall be selected by the Scholarship Committee for the College of Professional Education.
This scholarship is for students majoring in an academic discipline in one of the liberal or fine arts, the natural sciences, or business studies. Students from other disciplines may apply, but exceptions to the identified areas above will be made only in cases of exceptional merit.
Psychology / Psychiatry / Mental Health / Counseling
To apply, you must be a current member of FFA in good standing, enrolled in an agriculture class and a paid FFA member for 3 out of the 4 years while in high school, will be attending technical college or a 2 or 4 year college in the fall.
Applicant must be a current member of FFA in good standing, enrolled in an agriculture class and a paid FFA member for 3 out of the 4 years while in high school, will be attending technical college or a 2 or 4 year college in the fall.
To apply, you must be a daily active Alvin FFA member, enrolled in an Ag Science class during this school year, attend an accredited college in the fall. The student must complete and pass 12 accredited hours at a college or technical school before money is dispersed 2nd semester.
The student must be a paid-up member of the K of C, Council 6403; or a child of a paid-up member of K of C, Council 6403; or child of a deceased member of the K of C, Council 6403; or a sibling of a paid-up member of the K of C, Council 6403; or a grandchild of a paid-up or deceased member of K of C, Council 6403.
Student must have participated in extracurricular activities for at least 4 years through his/her high school academic career and also have a great moral turpitude. In addition, the applicant must write an essay of no more than 500 words about Texas Masonry and its relation to our Texas Education System.
Student should submit an essay about – What difference can volunteer service make in a community? Upon graduation from an educational program beyond high school and entering the workforce, how would you make a difference and help others to make a difference, enhancing the quality of life of all people?
Applicants for this scholarship need to be active in school and community. The applicant should be a supporter of the community with evidence of community service. Also, the ideal candidate will be majoring in Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice; however, other qualified candidates will be considered.
Student must rank in top 25% of class, must be Interact Club member, must have attended AISD junior and senior years, college of choice. Rotary Clubs are known for providing community service, both locally and internationally.
Student must rank in the top 50% in class, must have attended AISD junior and senior years, must have volunteer hours documented and uploaded, school and community activities, college of choice, Financial Need Considered.
Student must rank in the top 25% percent in class, must have attended AISD junior and senior years, must have volunteer hours documented and uploaded, school and community activities, college of choice.
The Alvin Yellowjacket Booster Club (AYBC) is a volunteer organization that works with the AHS Athletic Department to raise funds to promote spirit and volunteerism. The AYBC awards thousands of dollars in scholarships to Alvin High School athletes who have participated in AHS athletics 3 years or more.
This scholarship is to be awarded annually to a major in the Department of Sociology and Social Work. The recipient must be an outstanding student who has exhibited leadership qualities and service to the University.
This scholarship is for a senior culinary student who has completed a minimum of 2 years in culinary. This is for any student who plans to attend a university or college, trade school, or culinary institute.
This scholarship is for graduating seniors that at one point attended Cowan Elementary School and demonstrate financial need, leadership skills and academic achievement. NOTE: most of these students will attend Bowie High School.
This scholarship is for a female student who is enrolled in the dual degree program and will receive an associate’s degree in May of her senior year with plans to attend a 4-year university in Texas in the fall.
This scholarship is for students who have completed at least 12 college hours by May of their senior year with plans to attend college in Texas in the fall. Must provide a short video clip (3-5 min) introducing yourself and your plans for the future.
This scholarship is for students who plan to attend college or trade school in Texas in the fall. Applicant must provide a short video clip (3-5 min) introducing yourself and sharing your relationship with Jesus and how He is working in your life.
This scholarship aims to assist students in the pursuit of an Education degree with a major in Administration, Math or Elementary Education of English. Eligible students must be enrolled at TWU in the College of Professional Education.
It is a scholarship program to advance the opportunity for the youth of Central Texas Community who are licensed amateur radio operators to attain an education at a level beyond high school and to benefit those communication functions operating within such community that are helpful to the safety and welfare of the...
Recipients must be a female graduate of a high school located within fifty miles of Austin, Texas. Preference is shown to students with financial need who have a major in Architecture or Historical Preservation.
Must attend college in the fall, character assessed – candidate should demonstrate the qualities exemplified by Benjamin James Garcia, scholastic performance, participation in athletics or participation in extracurricular activities, essay of less than 500 words discussing how AHS athletics and/or participation in school...
Must attend college in the fall, character assessed-candidate should demonstrate the qualities exemplified by Benjamin James Garcia, scholastic performance, performance on an AHS team and/or extracurricular activities.
Education course of study required with emphasis on Language Arts or Fine Arts, requires recommendation from AHS English teacher or ACC English teacher if enrolled in dual credit plus two other recommendations.
This scholarship is for students studying Journalism/Mass communications; Literary nonfiction writing; Public relations/advertising; pursuing Accredited course work for professional development/career advancement in journalism/literary nonfiction writing/related field, including internet-based activities.
Student must be a graduating senior at Bowie High School on the Football team. Applicant must be in good standing. Recipient is selected based on GPA, years of involvement on the football team, sportsmanship, attitude, leadership and dedication.
he purpose of this fund is to help S.F. Austin High School graduating seniors with a GPA of 3.0 or higher to attend the college of their choice. An annual scholarship will be awarded to those who, like Carson, are engaged in the world around them.
This scholarship is to provide financial support for graduate students pursuing a MFA or MA in the Department of Art and Design who have demonstrated financial need, cumulative GPA of 3.2 and over and are Washington State residents.
Recipient must be a graduating senior at Crockett High School demonstrating outstanding achievement in academics and leadership participation in school community activities. The recipient should be self disciplined and must not have received a full scholarship.
This scholarship is in honor of Cherie Burkhalter, who passed away in June 2011 from cancer. She was a devoted Elementary School Teacher for 34 years with the last 30 years as a 2nd Grade Teacher at Stevenson Primary.
Chris Cordova attended Alvin High School. At 18 years old, Chris lost his life due to a senseless act of violence. To memorialize his life and giving spirit, this scholarship was created to assist students with continuing their education and make their dreams become reality.
Applicants must be graduating senior at Bowie High School, have played on the football team, or basketball team and be in good standing. Recipient is selected based on GPA, years of involvement on the football team, sportsmanship, attitude, leadership and dedication.
This scholarship is for graduating seniors at James Bowie High School that have been JRTOC cadets for at least two years and have a minimum GPA of 2.5. Preference shown to students who participate in community service.
This scholarship, established by the Kiwanis Club, will benefit a graduating senior at Stephen F. Austin High School. Applicants must have demonstrated the ability and the desire to complete his/her education in an institute of higher education; must have an interest in pursuing an education in **Science, Engineering,...
The purpose of the El Paso in Austin Network High School Scholarship is to encourage, recognize and reward young El Pasoans who aspire towards advancing their education in Austin, TX. The ideal candidate will demonstrate exceptional leadership skills, character and a solid academic standing.
This scholarship was established by Emma C. Browning for students graduating or have graduated from High School in the following Texas Counties: Brown, Callahan, Coleman, Comanche, Eastland, Erath, Hamilton, Shackleford and Stephens.
Students must be graduating seniors from an AISD High School majoring in transportation technology, have at least a “C” average, demonstrate financial need, have knowledge of automotive profession, be involved in campus and charitable activities and demonstrate leadership, and be able to enroll in trade school, community...
The scholarship is to be awarded to a graduating senior at Graham High School who will be attending a college or university. The ideal recipient will be active n school/community activities and shall have overcome some type of adversity.
This scholarship is targeted at an individual planning a career with agriculture, veterinary sciences or ranching. The recipient of this scholarship must be a citizen of Nolan County and a graduating senior at Sweetwater High School, Highland Secondary High School, Blackwell High School or Roscoe Early College Academy.
The Gary Faust Memorial Scholarship is in memory of Gary Faust. To be considered for this scholarship the applicant must a graduating senior from Akins High School, involved in the school band, and in good standing.
This scholarship is for graduating high school seniors from Marble Falls High School- TX, Tishomingo High School – OK or Ada High School -OK who plan to attend a trade school or college/university in the upcoming semester.
This fund will provide scholarships to students graduating from Taylor High School. Applicants must have scholarly academic achievement, demonstrate social consciousness and participation, and have a spirit of enterprise.
Applicants must be a graduating senior attending college/university in the upcoming fall, show signs of success through scholastic achievement, be an active participant in extracurricular activities and the community, demonstrate active class participation and financial need.
The scholarship is offered to graduating high school seniors at Austin High School who demonstrate financial need and academic achievement. Preference will be shown to applicants who are physically challenged, or face other hardships.
This scholarship is available to students who currently attend or plan to attend Baylor University. Preferential consideration is given to students graduating from Hyde Park Baptist High School or have served as acolytes in their Episcopal church.
This scholarship is eligible to graduating seniors in Austin ISD with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who will be attending an accredited university with the intent to earn a Teacher’s Certificate. Community service, extracurricular activities and demonstration of leadership skills will be considered.
For students attending WVU at Morgantown, Keyser, or Beckley. Values are different depending on the campus you will be attending. This is a recurring scholarship per year for up to four undergraduate years or completion of a bachelor’s degree – whichever comes first.
This scholarship is for students at one of the nineteen 1890 Historically Black Land-Grant Universities and studying agriculture, food, natural resource sciences, or other related academic disciplines.
This scholarship is for part-time or full-time students pursuing a graduate degree in the Public and Nonprofit Management program, or students pursuing a graduate certificate in the Public and Nonprofit Management program.
This scholarship is for undergraduate students in the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences (EPPS) at UT Dallas. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents or international students with at least a 2.
This scholarship is for graduate students, with preference for doctoral students, studying areas that interested Dr. Kelly, including gender and politics, public policy, public affairs and public administration.
This scholarship is for high school senior in Hidalgo, Starr or Cameron County graduating in the spring and a permanent residents must have lived in Hidalgo, Starr or Cameron County for five consecutive years.