ABNEY Inc. Scholarship ABENY Inc. Scholarship is limited to New York City public high school seniors who will graduate from a general, comprehensive, vocational, academic or alternative school or will receive an equivalency diploma from a public evening school or a New York City Board of Education alternative educational program. Students receiving the scholarship must apply its full amount to costs accrued at an accredited post-secondary education/training program. In addition, students must have high academic standing and demonstrate leadership in school and community. Amount: $1,000 https://abenyinc.wildapricot.org/scholarship
Kevin Shaw Jr. Foundation Scholarship Students are strongly encouraged to apply for the Kevin Shaw Jr. Memorial scholarship provided that they meet the requirements as listed below: Attend a high school in New York City and be a person of the African Diaspora, Latino/a, or Latinx background; Demonstrate financial need as determined by the Scholarship Selection Committee; Current high school student graduating Spring of 2021 or recipient of a GED; Cumulative average at least 80%, or an average GED score of 3000; Accepted as a full time and first-time matriculating freshman, in Fall Semester 2020, at an accredited College or University in pursuit of a Baccalaureate Degree at the time the award is presented; A person who demonstrates strong potential for academic achievement; Excellent character and proven leadership ability, with a demonstrated commitment to community service and extracurricular activities. For more information: https://www.kevinshawjrfoundation.org/about-the-scholarship/scholarship-application.html Citrin Cooperman & Company, LLP. Grants of $500 per college semester (maximum 2 semesters per student per year for 4 years) will be awarded to selected students attending college beginning the Fall 2020 school year. The scholarship will be extended for a fifth year for accounting students who enroll in a 5 year program that qualifies them to sit for the CPA exam. These students will need to submit the program documentation to receive the additional payment for the fifth year. For more information go to: https://www.citrincooperman.com/careers/scholarships Interested in scholarship? Email Carolina Weber at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mai Sai Vang Memorial Scholarship All students, race, nationalities, or ethnic backgrounds are eligible for this scholarship. • Any state resident., Any high school senior, high school or GED graduate or current college student is eligible. A successful applicant must demonstrate the following A commitment to overcoming challenges. A clear vision of his/her personal goals. Essay: In one essay, 1000 words or less, please answer the following questions 1. Tell us about the challenges you have faced and what you have done to overcome them. 2. Share your goals related to your education, career path, and/or volunteer work. Amount: $1,000 More information: http://www.thehaef.org/scholarshipsservices.html Apply at: http://www.thehaef.org/uploads/3/4/3/9/34394386/mai_sai_vang.pdf
Ayn Rand Essay Contest Prizes: $2,000 (1st place), $250 (2nd place), $100 (3rd place), $25 (Finalists) Cash prizes awarded to essays on specific topics on Ayn Rand’s Anthem, The Fountainhead, & We Are the Living Eligibility: 8th-12th graders Topics:
Aside from very rare exceptions, there is no opposition to the leaders in this society. Why is this? What ideas must the people in this society have accepted to live a life of obedience, drudgery and fear?
Prometheus writes: “The secrets of this earth are not for all men to see, but only for those who will seek them.” (Chapter 3) Why does he think that the secrets of this earth are not for all men to see? If he thinks this, why does he decide to show his glass box to the World Council of Scholars? How do these issues relate to the theme of the novel?
What does Equality’s society regard as sinful or transgressive, and what does it regard as holy or sacred? How does Equality’s view of what is sinful and sacred come to change by the end of the story? How do you think his ultimate view of what is sacred differs from our own society’s view of the sacred?
Microsoft STEM Scholarship for African American students Interested in an summer internship with theManhattan DA's Office? Student interns are assigned to a unit within the Office and helps Assistant District Attorneys and other staff members with their work. Interns also attend presentations and trips and participate in a mock trial competition.
For nearly 30 years, the program’s interns have represented a variety of public, independent, and parochial schools from the diverse communities of Manhattan. We will be accepting applications in February from bright and promising students who are interested in serving their communities. Interns receive a $175 weekly stipend. More information: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/diversity/programs/blacks-scholarships.aspx
Foundation 649 Scholarship The Foundation 649 Scholarship is a one-time grant of $2,000 that can be applied to college tuition. The aim of our scholarship is to promote and share Asian American culture and stories from students across the country. Details• Five recipients will be selected • Each recipient will receive a one-time award of $2,000 USD • 10 entrants will be selected as finalists for two video call interviews by May 15, 2021 • Recipients are announced by June 15, 2021Requirements • Be a degree-seeking, full-time student enrolling in a U.S. accredited university in Fall 2021 as a Freshman • One or both parents/guardians immigrated to the US from East or South-East Asia • Have demonstrated financial need for the scholarship • Have a track record of involvement and interest in Asian American communities, issues, or causes •Be a US citizen, resident or foreign nationalLearn More: https://foundation649.com