Scholarships

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Study Abroad Scholarships

  • Temple’s Passport ScholarshipIf you are a first-year freshman or transfer student and you’ve never had a passport, don’t forget to apply for Temple’s Passport Scholarship before June 30.
  • Diversity Abroad ScholarshipsDiversity Abroad scholarships are now accepting applications for Summer 2019 programs and beyond. Find out more information by visiting their website linked above.
  • Watanabe Scholarship for study in JapanApplications are open for The Watanabe Scholarship, which provides support for study in Japan. Find out if you’re eligible and apply.

External Scholarship Opportunities

Friday, April 12: SuretyBonds Small Business Scholarship
Tell us about how small business has influenced your life and how you plan to use that experience in the future. One deserving individuals will win a scholarship to use toward furthering their education at the college or university of their choice.

Monday, April 15: Dunkin’ Philadelphia Regional Scholarship Program
Dunkin’ and its franchisees are committed to a strong local community. The Dunkin’ Philadelphia Regional Scholarship Program has been established to recognize the importance of education and provide support to residents of the community and our extended corporate family. This program will award up to 25 $2,000 scholarships to qualified students throughout the region.

Monday, April 15: Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes
Open to students 18 or younger that are currently working in an inspiring service project or that have done so in the past 12 months. Applicants are only considered if they are individual leaders in their service work. $5,000

Monday, April 15: Also-Known-As Adoptee Excellence Scholarship
$1,000. Also-Known-As is establishing a scholarship program to acknowledge and celebrate the accomplishments of young dynamic adoptees attending college. The Also-Known-As Adoptee Excellence Scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship for an outstanding graduating undergraduate student who was adopted to the United States from another country.

Monday, April 15: Corinne Licostie Family Foundation Scholarship
The Corinne Licostie Family Foundation is for high school seniors and college students who have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership qualities, community service and/or outstanding personal achievements. Special consideration will be given to students with a demonstrated financial need; who have parents that did not attend college; who have overcome significant adversity; or who are first-generation immigrants to the United States.

Monday, April 15:Diabetes Scholars Foundation Scholarships
$5,000. Applicants must be high school seniors with Type 1 diabetes seeking a higher education at an accredited four year university, college, technical or trade school and must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

Tuesday, April 30: Norristown Garden Club Scholarship
Open to Botany, Horticulture, Landscape Architecture and Environmental students in Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, or Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania enrolled in full-time, horticulture-related programs are encouraged to apply. Non-residents will be considered if attending a full-time, horticulture-related program at an academic institution in the above Pennsylvania counties.

Tuesday, April 30: HENAAC Scholarship
Award of up to $10,000. Open to Hispanic students who are enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate STEM program at an accredited college or university in the U.S. Students who have significantly participated in and promoted organizations and activities in the Hispanic community can also apply. (Note: Architecture and Horticulture are usually considered STEM programs).

Tuesday, April 30: Crossword Hobbyist Crossword Scholarship
Here at Crossword Hobbyist, we believe in the importance of education for all students no matter their background. That’s why we’re excited to offer the Crossword Hobbyist Crossword Scholarship. Crossword Hobbyist is offering a scholarship to a current or incoming undergraduate student who will be enrolled for the Fall 2019 semester.

Tuesday, April 30: Untangle the Web Scholarship
With scams, fraud and misinformation, the internet can be a treacherous place for both younger and older generations. The good news is that we can foster intergenerational conversations and empower each other to be our best selves online. To apply for the Untangle the Web Scholarship, simply take a quiz to find your online strengths. Taking the quiz will enter you into the contest, and you will receive a customized action guide about how to be safe and responsible online. $5,000.

Wednesday, May 1: American Floral Endowment Scholarships
Awarding scholarships for floriculture and horticulture students is a primary function of AFE. We understand the financial burden students face and are doing our part to help! AFE has more than 20 scholarships awarded annually. Online applications and supporting documents are due by May 1 each year.

Wednesday, May 1: The Brower Youth Award for Environmental Leadership
Earth Island Institute established The Brower Youth Award for Environmental Leadershipin 2000 to honor renowned environmental advocate David Brower, who was quoted as saying “I love to see what young people can do before someone old tells them it’s impossible.” It is with this spirit that we recognize the outstanding leadership efforts of young people who are working for the protection of our shared planet.

Wednesday, May 1: Family Fellowship Program
The objective of the Family Fellowship program is to offer family-like financial and emotional support to college-bound “aging out” foster youth. As part of our family initiative, we will also be a support system for our Fellows and provide things such as mentoring, care packages, summer bonding trips, and more. For the Family Fellowship program, Together We Rise is seeking 10 “aging out” foster youth between the ages of 17-23 years old.

Wednesday, May 1: Federal Resources’ Warrior’s Legacy Scholarship
Founded in 2018, Federal Resources’ Warrior’s Legacy Scholarship was created to support the families of those who protect us all, and to give back to those who put their lives on the line for us each and every day. There is no way to fully repay someone for their service and bravery in defending our country and our freedoms, but as a way of showing our support and gratitude for these dedicated individuals, FR will award $5,000 per year to a college bound high school senior or currently enrolled college student who meets the requirements of the scholarship. To apply participants are asked to write an essay of 500+ words sharing their story by answering an essay question.

Wednesday, May 1: CAIRF Byron Hanke Fellowship
The Byron Hanke Fellowship is available to graduate students working on topics related to community associations. Community associations govern common-interest communities of any kind – condominiums, cooperatives, townhouse developments, planned unit developments, and other developments where homeowners support an association with mandatory financial assessments and are subject to use and aesthetic restrictions. Applicants must be enrolled at the time of application, and through the period of research, in an accredited master’s, doctoral, or law program in the United States of America or Canada. Students of all disciplines are welcome to apply for the Hanke Fellowship, provided their studies relate to community associations/ common interest communities generally and to the topic of the candidate’s proposed community associations research project.

Wednesday, May 1: Sertoma Scholarships for the Hard of Hearing or Deaf
Sertoma’s Scholarship for the Hard of Hearing or Deaf is the leading funder of scholarships for hard of hearing or deaf students since the program’s inception in 1994. Students with clinically significant bilateral hearing loss, graduating from high school, or undergraduate students pursuing four-year college degrees in any discipline are eligible for the scholarship.

Wednesday, May 1: The Healthline & NAMI Stronger Scholarship
This year’s scholarship is dedicated to the advancement of mental health, either through research, raising awareness, community building, or combatting stigma. The program will award four students with a $5,000 scholarship each. The awarded scholarships will include two scholarships awarded to undergraduate recipients making an impact on mental health and two scholarships awarded to graduate recipients making an impact on mental health.

Wednesday, May 1:  DutchCrafters Amish Furniture Heritage Scholarship
The DutchCrafters Amish Furniture Heritage Scholarship was founded in 2011 as a way to give back to the community by offering education assistance to two outstanding students. This scholarship recognizes undergraduate students who draw upon their cultural heritage to shape their vocational aspirations, add creative value to their future employers, and serve their communities. For the 2019-2020 school year, DutchCrafters Amish Furniture will be awarding each of two outstanding students $500 to further their educational goals.

Wednesday, May 1: Vivint Smart Home Scholarship
Vivint Smart Home, the leader in home security and home automation, is pleased to promote higher education and give back to the community with five (5) $1,000 scholarships. Applicants required to submit a video.

Friday, May 3: Soozie Courter Hemophilia Scholarship
Scholarships will be awarded to applicants with hemophilia A or hemophilia B who present the best combination of a creative and persuasive essay, excellent recommendations, and superior academic standing.

Monday, May 6:Lily Pabilona Emerging Entrepreneur Scholarship
The Lily Pabilona Emerging Entrepreneur Scholarship recognizes Asian American high school, graduate and post-graduate students pursuing a career in entrepreneurship. This scholarship will provide awards for U.S. students attending accredited American universities. Scholarship Winners will be invited to attend our annual charity event, Fashion for a Passion, held in Fall in Dallas, Texas.

Monday, May 6: Against the Grain Scholarships
We believe in supporting future Asian American artists and leaders who are shining examples of what it means to Go Against The Grain. Each year, ATG proudly awards scholarships to a select group of amazing Asian American high school seniors, college undergraduate and graduate school students through our Against The Grain Artistic Scholarship and Groundbreaker Leadership Scholarship. In 2015, we added the #LiveLikeLyly Memorial Scholarship, a new scholarship for aspiring fashion and graphic design students, in honor of a special member of the ATG family Lyly Koenig Mendez, an aspiring fashion designer who passed away from cancer this January 2015. In 2016, we added the Lily Pabilona Emerging Entrepreneur Scholarship, which recognizes students pursuing a major or concentration in entrepreneurship. We have proudly awarded nearly 50 students with more than $65,000 in scholarships since 2011.

Tuesday, May 7: Against the Grain Artistic Scholarship
The Against The Grain Artistic Scholarship provides financial assistance and promotion of Asian-American college students pursuing a major in the performing, visual arts, journalism and/or mass communications. Scholarship Winners will be invited to attend our annual charity event, Fashion for a Passion, held in the fall in Dallas, Texas.

Friday, May 10: The Betty Ann Shema-Morris Scholarship Fund
Applicants must be a Full time Temple rising senior enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts (majoring in Spanish), Landscape and Horticulture, the Fox School of Business and Management, or the Tyler School of Art and must have a GPA of at least 3.0 

Friday, May 10: Jean Kawecki Memorial Scholarship
From its inception, Studio Montclair has believed in the value of professional development and has encouraged emerging artists by offering workshops, seminars, panel discussions and exhibitions. We are pleased to further this tradition with the Jean Kawecki Memorial Scholarship, to be given to an individual pursuing or furthering a career in the arts who has been accepted into an accredited art institution or college. This $1,000 scholarship honors Jean Kawecki, a renowned sculptor and founding member of Studio Montclair. This scholarship is made possible through our partnership with the Kawecki family and friends and Broadfoot & Broadfoot Gallery.

Sunday, May 12: Gunvant & Bharati Parekh College Scholarship Award
Two scholarships will be awarded to a student in the United States who is a senior in high school or a current college student, who will be actively enrolled in college in fall of the upcoming academic year. The student must be of Indian origin, and must demonstrate academic and personal excellence.

Tuesday, May 14: UNCF/KOCH Undergraduate Scholarship Program
The UNCF/Koch Scholars Program (UKSP) explores how principled entrepreneurship, innovation, and the economic way of thinking contribute to the well-being of individuals, communities and societies. The program combines scholarship support, online learning and networking opportunities to yield a comprehensive student experience. Open to African-American freshmen with GPA of 2.7 or higher.

Wednesday, May 15: Aging Matters Scholarship
We are excited to announce the SeniorCare.com Aging Matters Scholarship. A $1500 scholarship will be given annually to a selected college student that currently cares for an aging loved one, works within the senior community, or intends to pursue a career that will have an impact on the elder population. Any existing student (or incoming freshman), in good academic standing, at a 2 or 4 year accredited college can apply for this scholarship. And the recipient will demonstrate a unique and admirable understanding and desire to show us that “Aging Matters” to them.

Wednesday, May 15: Families of Freedom Scholarship Fund
The Families of Freedom Scholarship Fund benefits dependent children with strong financial need, as well as spouses and domestic partners of 9/11 victims. Scholarships may be used to attend an accredited vocational-technical school, trade school, two-year college, four-year college, or university located in the United States. Recipients may receive scholarship awards for up to four years, or the equivalent if attendance is part-time, depending on total funding available. Eligibility for scholarship assistance is always based on financial need, as calculated by our financial need formula. Funds are available for undergraduate study and, in some cases, for graduate study.

Wednesday, May 15: BottleStore Academic Scholarship
The O.Berk Company Academic Scholarship is awarded bi-annually to passionate students enrolled in a 4-year college program. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to a student with an interest in pursuing continuing education in any field.

Wednesday, May 15: Presbyterian Student Opportunity Scholarship
The Student Opportunity Scholarship program serves Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) college students by providing need-based aid for sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are full-time, first-degree students attending accredited institutions in the United States. Student Opportunity Scholarship applicants will explore who God created them to be in a series of essay questions intended for students to explore with mentors and peers. This program requires that students maintain an active involvement in a worshiping community or campus ministry program while they are attending college.

Wednesday, May 15: Ida Foreman Fleisher Scholarship
Foreman Fleisher established this fund in memory of his mother Ida Fleisher to assist talented women to become professionals. The fund provides scholarships for women, preferably Jewish, to pursue a graduate degree. Eligibility is limited to women who have a hometown or attend school in the Greater Philadelphia area, including New Jersey and Delaware. Grant distributions, which can range from $2,000 – $8,000, are administered by a local bank and sent directly to the chosen recipient’s school to be used for tuition only. Applicants must be graduate students only residing or attending school in Greater Philadelphia region.

Wednesday, May 15: NCCF Survivor Scholarship Program
The National Collegiate Cancer Foundation was established to provide services and support to young adults whose lives have been impacted by cancer and who have continued with their education throughout treatment or after their treatment. Applicant must be a cancer survivor or current patient between the ages of 18-35. An exception will be made if you are 17 and entering college in the fall following application. Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident who is attending or planning to attend an accredited college, university or vocational institution in pursuit of an associate, bachelor, master’s, doctorate or certificate.

Wednesday, May 15: Trove Scholarship
To thank the countless number of students who have chosen to store with Trove, Trove is offering two $1,000 scholarships to individuals who are committed to improving themselves or their local community. One scholarship will be awarded after the fall deadline and one after the spring deadline. We believe in reimagining the space around us for both customers and communities, and want to hear about how you are doing the same.

Friday, May 17: Boomer Esiason Scholarship of the Arts
Calling all CF artists! BEF’s Scholarship of the Arts is an annual award promoting communication through creativity. Artwork in the form of video, painting, sketching and sculpturing is considered.

Friday, May 26: AAUW Reading Branch Graduate Scholarship
The American Association of University Women – Reading PA Branch has established a Graduate Scholarship Fund to annually award scholarships of up to $2,000 to Berks County women who are pursuing full or part-time graduate study. Candidates must be Berks County natives or residents. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.

Thursday, May 30: Scott-McKenna Memorial Scholarship
Named in memory of J.B. Scott and Joe McKenna, founders of RMOWP, the award is given annually to a student with a career interest in communicating about the outdoors. Students need not have a declared major in a communications field. Outdoors subjects include, birding, conservation, science, fishing, hunting, camping, backpacking, paddle and climbing sports. And, the medium may take the form of published written material, photographs, illustrations or messages broadcast on TV, radio, or the Internet.

Friday, May 31: Quit Smoking Scholarship
ECR is passionate about smoking cessation and feel that it’s their duty to help prevent suffering and death caused by it around the globe. Show them that you share their vision and sense of commitment toward this particular issue by writing a cessation-oriented essay and submitting it for consideration. They want to support your education so you can, in turn, help fight the good fight and bring about a smoke-free world!

Friday, May 31: Reservation Counter College Scholarship
Reservation Counter is a leading online hotel accommodation provider in the world, offering the best travel deals in top destinations such as Orlando, New York and Las Vegas. Reservation Counter is offering a scholarship program for US students enrolled in colleges, universities and private institutions. This need-based scholarship program is designed to reward students who have a passion for travel and for giving back in their communities.

Friday, May 31: Pedro Zamora Young Leaders Scholarship
Dedicated to the continuing legacy of AIDS educator and activist Pedro Zamora, the Pedro Zamora Young Leaders Scholarship Program (Scholarship) seeks to support the academic efforts of emerging young leaders who share Pedro’s passionate commitment to ending the HIV/AIDS pandemic. The scholarship is open to all current high school seniors, college freshmen, sophomores and juniors (ages 27 and younger) who demonstrate an active commitment to fighting AIDS and taking on roles of public service and leadership, and who plan to continue to find ways to make a difference in the epidemic through their careers or through public service opportunities after their education is complete.

Friday, May 31: AED Superstore $1000 College Scholarship
AED Superstore is a nationwide distributor of automated external defibrillators and related accessories dedicated to increasing awareness and education around CPR and AEDs. AED Superstore is located in northern Wisconsin and operates under Allied 100, LLC. AED Superstore is offering a bi-annual scholarship of $1,000 to eligible students.

Friday, May 31: Ampronix College Scholarship Program
College Scholarships are a great way to give back to the community and that is why we are offering our Ampronix College Scholarship Program. We will be awarding a total of $2,250 to 3 full-time undergraduate college students who demonstrate a passion for their field of study and have a great desire to give back to their community.

Friday, May 31: College is Power Scholarship
A scholarship to help you pay for college! The “College Is Power” scholarship is open to students age 17 and older who are currently in college or plan to start college within the next 12 month. Use the scholarship to pay for tuition, books, room and board, computers or anything else related to your education!

Friday, May 31:  American Indian College Fund Full Circle Scholarship
The American Indian College Fund provides scholarships to American Indian and Alaska Native college students seeking undergraduate and graduate degrees at any nonprofit, accredited college, university or tribal college.

August 16: G2 Entrepreneurial Scholarship
Are you passionate about creating opportunities for yourself, then working to develop the skills and relationships necessary to cultivate them? Are you disciplined and adaptable? Are you resourceful and open-minded? Are you driven to solve problems and create value? If so, we invite you to apply for the G2 Entrepreneurial Scholarship.