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Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants – H. Burton Bates, Jr. Scholarship

Applicants should be a full-time rising junior or senior accounting major currently OR have earned an undergraduate degree from an accredited Virginia college or university and enrolled at least part-time taking additional coursework in order to take the CPA exam.  Must demonstrate a minimum overall and accounting GPA of 3.0 and be a U.S. citizen.


Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants – Past Presidents/Chair Scholarship

Applicant must be a U.S. citizen and currently enrolled in an accredited Virginia college or university as an undergraduate with the intent to pursue a degree in accounting.  Must demonstrate academic excellence with an overall and accounting GPA of at least 3.0  and have financial need.  Must have completed at least three hours of accounting and be currently registered for  at least three more accounting credit hours.  Essay required demonstrating leadership potential.


Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants – Graduate Accounting Scholarship

Applicant must be a U.S. citizen and currently enrolled in an accredited Virginia college or university as a graduate student with the intent to pursue a degree in accounting.  Must demonstrate academic excellence and financial need.


Richmond Chapter of the American Marketing Association – Robert R. Barber Scholarship

The Richmond Chapter of the AMA is offering three merit based scholarships to full time undergraduate students who are AMA Collegiate members in marketing or marketing-related majors (Communications, etc. w/ supporting marketing courses).  Selections will be made on information collected from the scholarship application highlighting work experience, extra-curricular activities and aspirations toward a career in marketing. Students with a 3.0 GPA or better have the best chance of being selected.  For all finalists, the application process will also include an interview with members of the scholarship selection committee. 


Scholarship Sharing – Invest In Me Scholarship

This scholarship is open to incoming freshmen, undergraduate and graduate students who have been accepted to or currently attend a community college or university in the State of Virginia on a full-time basis.  The applicant should have at least a 2.5 GPA.  They must be or become a member of Scholarship Sharing and an essay is required.  Additional information can be obtained by going to the link provided.


Mario Colon Rivadeneira Memorial Scholarship

In honor of former Lee-Davis student, Mario Colon Rivadeneira.  To be eligible student must be a senior attending Atlee, Hanover or Patrick Henry High school and a resident of Hanover County who participated in the marching, concert, and/or jazz band for all four years of high school.  Detailed information is available through high school guidance offices. 


Virginia Association for Pupil Transportation – Sonny Merryman Memorial Scholarship

The VAPT is offering this scholarship to honor Sonny Merryman, a widely respected bus dealership owner and a staunch champion of the virtues and rewards of education.  To be eligible, a student must be a Virginia public school senior who has a parent or grandparent currently or formerly employed in the public school pupil transportation field in the Commonwealth of Virginia.


J. K. Samples Scholarship

In honor of  J. K. Samples, a past Superintendent of Hanover County Public Schools, to assist Hanover County students with their post-high school education which includes, but is not limited to, apprenticeships, technical colleges and schools, community colleges, and universities.  A minimum 2.0 GPA is required  Complete criteria and applications are available from Hanover County high school guidance offices.


Virginia Press Women, Inc. – Agnes Cooke Scholarship

This scholarship is open to any Virginia college student or any Virginia resident attending an out-of-state college.  Applicants must be planning a career in journalism, photojournalism, public relations or another related communications field.  The competition is open to female and male students who are undergraduates or graduate students.  Members of Virginia Press Women receive additional consideration.


The Arts Club of Washington, Ann Bartsch Dunne Scholarship

This award recognizes promising students specializing in a specific art form or medium.  In 2014, scholarships will be awarded to students whose work as filmmakers reflects both outstanding technical and artistic abilities.  Students may submit fictional or documentary films of 20 minutes or less in length.  Applicants should be college students who are at least 18 years of age, but have not reached their 27th birthday by January 1, 2014.