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The Optimum Scholarship

Applicants should have a 3.25 or better GPA and a combined (math, verbal, and writing) SAT score of 1500 or better.  A 250-500 word essay if required along with certified high school transcript and SAT scores.


Media Fellows Program Scholarships

The Washington Media Scholars Foundation sponsors this scholarship to support the academic development of undergraduates dedicated to pursuing a career related to the public policy advertising industry.  Applicants are required to submit a 500-word essay and one letter of recommendation.  Finalists must also complete a telephone interview.  There are two opportunities to apply and earn the Fellows scholarship:  summer (mid-July deadline), and fall.


Altria College Opportunity Fund

A competitive scholarship program designed to help qualified Richmond Public School system graduates.  Must have attended Richmond Public Schools for at least the junior and senior years.  Students must show a combination of financial need, academic promise, readiness for college and leadership in their schools and/or communities. 


Children’s Museum of Richmond Junior Intern/Scholarship Program

The Children’s Museum of Richmond is offering internships to students in any year of high school who have exceptional levels of responsibility and interest in serving the community.  Junior Internship Program participants will be eligible for college scholarships based on their level of service to the Children’s Museum.


Midlothian Athletic Association – Super Senior Scholarships

All graduating seniors who have participated in the Midlothian Athletic Association as either a player or a coach and are seeking to continue their education are eligible to apply.  The recommended minimum GPA is 3.5, however, all applications will be considered.  Please follow directions on the application for submission. 


The College Place – Richmond Scholarships

To be eligible one must be a TCP – Richmond client or have received direct services such as individual counseling or participating in a TCP – Richmond workshop.  One must plan on attending a two or four year Title IV college/university or be enrolled as a full-time or part-time undergraduate student.  Must have completed the FAFSA, and an essay is required.  See link to The College Place (TCP) – Richmond website for required documents and additional information


Richmond Chapter of Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants Scholarship

Will be awarded to a high school student who has taken a high school accounting course obtaining a “B” or above and wants to pursue a career in accounting.  Must be a senior at a Richmond area high school who has accepted an offer to enroll at any U.S. college and have a minimum GPA of 3.0.  A letter of recommendation from one accounting teacher is required.  An essay is required.  See link below for more detailed information.


Communication Disorders Foundation of Virginia (CDF) Graduate Student Scholarships

The CDF is offering two graduate student scholarships; the CDF Scholarship in the amount of $3,000 and the David H. Narburgh Scholarship in the amount of $1,500.  These scholarships recognize students who have demonstrated outstanding clinical potential.  These awards will be granted to current or rising master’s degree students in Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology who are enrolled in one of the following universities in Virginia:  Hampton University, James Madison University, Longwood University, Old Dominion University, Radford University, or the University of Virginia.  See link for application and further requirements.


Delta Kappa Gamma Society – Emily Markwith Scholarship

This scholarship is available to a Chesterfield County senior who is planning to pursue a career in the teaching field.  See high school guidance for application.


Twin Hickory Elementary School Scholarship

To be eligible for this scholarship, one must have attended Twin Hickory Elementary School for at least one full school year and have an interest in majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Math.  A teacher recommendation is required. GPA, extracurricular activities and community involvement may be considered.  See high school guidance counselor for application.