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Chesterfield Public Education Foundation – Panchita Cline Memorial Scholarship

Open to Thomas Dale High School graduating seniors who demonstrate financial need, have minimum GPA of 3.0, and exhibit a strong work ethic by working through high school.  Applications and deadline information can be obtained from the college counselor at Thomas Dale High.

 

Henrico Education Foundation – Capital One Access Opportunity

Open to Henrico County Public High School senior who has been accepted to accredited college/university; has a minimum of GPA 2.75; shows marked improvement or maintenance through first semester of senior year; exemplifies values of community service and/or exemplary extracurricular involvement; and shows significant financial need. Application form includes 3 short essays and requires 2 letters of recommendation from school office.  Applications and deadline information can be obtained from your Henrico County high school college counseling office.

 

Mechanicsville Ruritan Club Scholarship

Open to graduates of Atlee, Hanover, and Lee-Davis High Schools planning to attend a four-year college, showing good character and community service.  Applicants should have a strong academic record.  Official transcript and letter of recommendation required, as well as a 500 word essay.  Applications and deadline information can be obtained from your Hanover County high school counseling office.

 

Henrico Education Foundation – Highland Springs High School Class of 1967 Scholarship

Created for a Highland Springs graduating senior with financial need planning to pursue a program of study leading to a professional service occupation in Henrico County such as policeman, fireman, EMT, or teacher.  Minimum GPA of 3.0.  See high school counselor for additional information.

 

Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program

Open to a spouse or child, between the ages of 16 and 29, of a military service member killed, missing in action, taken prisoner, or at least 90 percent disabled  for education benefits. These benefits may include full payment of tuition, fees, room and board, and books at any state-supported college or university in Virginia.

 

Harry F. Byrd Leadership Award

Open to high school seniors who are nominated by each secondary / high school in Virginia.   Student must demonstrate academic accomplishment and embody excellence  of character, leadership, and good character.   One winner will be selected from each congressional district.  Applications and deadline information can be obtained from your high school college guidance counselor.

 

Mid Atlantic PGA Scholarship Foundation – Tony Marlowe Scholarship

Open to annual members of the MAPGA Junior Tour most recently completing their Junior or Senior year of high school. This fund/scholarship is to be awarded primarily based upon on-course etiquette and academic performance. Other factors to be considered may include, but are not limited to: extracurricular activities, financial need, content of required essays, references and off-course behavior.

 

Congressman Bobby Scott – Service Academy Nominations

As the Representative in the U.S. House of Representatives, for the 3rd Congressional District, Bobby Scott may nominate a limited number of people to four of the five service academies.  The 3rd District includes all of the cities of Petersburg and Portsmouth, parts of the cities of Hampton, Newport News, and Richmond and all of the counties of Charles City and Surry and parts of Henrico and Prince George.  The honor of attending a service academy comes with an obligation to serve in the military for a minimum of five years upon graduation.  For more information, see link below.

 

The Richmond Public Relations Foundation David P. Hurdle, William Dietrick and Daphne Lowell Dailey Memorial Scholarships

Three scholarships will be awarded to juniors or seniors of select Virginia colleges and universities who plan to pursue a career in public relations  One does not need to be a public relations major but should be planning to pursue work in public relations upon graduation.  An essay is required.  In addition to the colleges listed, the applicant may go to any college as long as their permanent residence is in this designated area:

Central Virginia residents are those living within the Richmond MSA, which includes the independent cities of Richmond, Petersburg, Hopewell and Colonial Heights; the counties of Amelia, Caroline, Charles City, Chesterfield, Dinwiddie, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, King William, New Kent, Powhatan, Prince George and Sussex; and the incorporated towns of Ashland and Bowling Green.

 

Emek Sholom Holocaust Memorial Cemetery – Esther J. Windmueller, Never Again Award

The Board of Emek Sholom Holocaust Memorial Cemetery is offering this award to a Virginia High School student who composes the best (500 words or less) essay on the topic of “Never Again” – What We Can Do Today to Stop the Growing Tide of Anti-Semitism World-Wide and also in America.”  The award winner must be prepared to read the essay on November 12, at their annual program.

 

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