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Virginia State Bar – Law In Society Essay Competition

Sponsored by the Virginia State Bar and its Litigation Section and Communications Committee, in cooperation with the Virginia State Department of Education, to increase awareness and appreciation of our legal system among high school students.  Essays should demonstrate a superior understanding of the role and value of our legal system in our everyday lives.


Miles of Scarves (MOS) Multiple Sclerosis Society Scholarship Fund

A group of teenage girls in Henrico County knits scarves to raise money for the Multiple Sclerosis Society.  Along with sponsoring rest stops on the BikeMS Ride, funding MS research and helping families in need during the holiday season, this group also donates money to the MS Society for college scholarships for high school seniors who have MS or have a parent with MS.


Virginia International Business Council Scholarship

VAIBC who supports international business in its community has established a scholarship program for students attending the following Virginia institutions:  Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia State University, Virginia Union University, Randolph Macon College, the University of Richmond, the University of Virginia, and the College of William & Mary.  Two scholarships in the amounts of $750 and $500 will be awarded by the VAIBC.  In addition, the VCU School of Business-Philip Morris Endowed Chair and Piascik & Associates will both award a $500 scholarship.  Applicants should have an interest in International Business and be a rising undergraduate junior, senior or graduate student with a 3.0 GPA or better.  Please see link for additional criteria.


John Tyler Community Foundation Scholarships

The John Tyler Community Foundation scholarships are made possible by donor gifts.  To be eligible one must be enrolled or plan to enroll in a degree program at JTCC.  A minimum 2.5 GPA is required, along with having completed a current FAFSA which needs to be on file at John Tyler before the scholarship deadline date.  In-state tuition status is required.


U.S. JCI Senate Foundation Scholarship Program

The JCI Senate Foundation supports efforts of the Jaycees organization.  Two top ranked applications per state will be forwarded to the national foundation to be judged by an outside, independent panel of educators and winners of the scholarship grants are selected by that panel.  See link for additional information and requirements.


Southern States Scholarship Program

Applicant must be accepted at one of the specific universities listed by Southern States in the link below, and be the son or daughter of a producer of agricultural products.  FFA and/or 4-H experience is preferred but not required.  Applicant should be a resident of the state in which the university  he/she plans to attend is located. 


Southern States and John Deere Financial Scholarship and Internship

Applicant should be a college sophomore, pursuing an associate degree in the field of agriculture with a GPA of 2.5 or higher which must be maintained each semester.  A scholarship is offered and upon completion of an associate’s degree, an internship for wages  will be awarded.


Mid-Atlantic Chapter, International Erosion Control Association Collegiate Scholarship

Several scholarships will be awarded to assist undergraduate students within a designated field of study associated with Erosion and Sediment Control.  Applicant must be a declared major at an accredited four-year college or university located in one of the Mid-Atlantic states listed and must be either a full-time sophomore, junior, or senior undergraduate.  Must have a career direction related to the field of Stormwater Management or Erosion and Sediment Control.  Possible fields of study could include environmental science, earth studies, and earth science, agricultural and civil engineering, soil science, agronomy, geology, hydrology, construction technology, forestry, agricultural science, and marine science.  Applicant must have a GPA of 2.75 or higher. 


Resources For Independent Living – Student Advocate Scholarship

The participants will design and implement a fundraising and awareness event to benefit individuals with disabilities.  This is an eight week program, and the candidate who raises the most money for this non-profit organization by the end of the competition will earn the title of Student Advocate of the Year, as well as a $5,000 scholarship to the college/university of their choice


Karen Riley Porter, Attorney at Law – Good Works Scholarship

This firm is dedicated to providing educational opportunities to future lawyers and other college/university students who are working to make their community a better place through community service.