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Richmond Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Richmond Section Scholarship

This scholarship is open to women entering the field of engineering or computer science.  The applicant must be a woman in the Richmond area who has been accepted or is already enrolled at an ABET accredited school.  Applicant should be in her first or second year of school who has permanent residency in the Richmond area or is attending a school in the Richmond area. 


Holman Middle School PTA Scholarship

Applicant must have attended Holman Middle School for at least one year and be a graduating high school senior who is well rounded and demonstrates positive character traits.  See high school guidance counselor for further details.


Short Pump Middle School PTA – Dr. Mark E. Chamberlin Scholarship

Applicant must be a graduate of Short Pump Middle School and have a minimum 2.5 GPA to be considered.  Based on school involvement, community service and strong personal character.  See high school guidance counselor for further details.


Henrico Education Foundation – Caroline Lilly Knotts Memorial Scholarship

The applicant should be a Henrico County high school senior who participated in field hockey during high school.  A minimum 3.0 GPA is required, as well as community service.  Participation in a Specialty Center is preferred.  See high school guidance counselor for further details.


James 2:26 Fund

The James 2:26 Fund Scholarship is a last-dollar scholarship for students seeking a bachelor’s degree at a public college or university located in Virginia with a preference for students living in public or subsidized housing. To the extent possible, this scholarship will cover the cost of tuition, fees, room and board, books and supplies not covered by other grants and scholarships the student receives. Recipients are required to live on campus for their first year of attendance if such housing is available


Enid W. & Bernard B. Spigel Architectural Scholarship

This scholarship is for long-time Virginia residents who are college juniors, seniors or graduate students in architecture, architectural history or architectural preservation.  Applicants may be from anywhere in Virginia. Financial need is required.  This scholarship is renewable for up to three years.


Adrian Ryan Kirk Memorial Scholarship

The Adrian Ryan Kirk Memorial Scholarship is for graduating high school seniors with ADD, ADHD and learning disabilities who strive to overcome their disability and attend college or vocational school.  This award is merit-based; financial need is not a factor.


The Community Foundation (TCF) Scholarships

The Community Foundation strives to provide a stronger and more vibrant Central Virginia region.  Approximately 60 scholarships are administered through TCF to promote educational enhancement in this area.  Click on link to access individual scholarship information.  The deadline for these scholarships has been EXTENDED to MARCH 6, 2015!


Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative Scholarship

Available to students pursuing careers in the dairy industry.  Applicant should be the child or employee of a Maryland & Virginia member or the child of a Maryland & Virginia employee.  Selection criteria based on commitment to the dairy industry, leadership, integrity, along with extracurricular activities.


Virginia Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy Scholarships (UDC)

Must be a lineal descendant of Confederate Veterans, present or former members of the Children of the Confederacy, members of the UDC, and children of UDC members (living or deceased).  See link for criteria outlined in the qualifications section.