Month: May 2022

Minerva Schools honors scholarship recipients

Minerva High School recently celebrated its Class of 2022 and announced the class members who received scholarships. Sponsored by the school’s National Honor Society, Honors Night includes school and community members. Dr. SL Weir and Mrs. Weir Nursing Scholarships – Emmett Blum, Hannah Collins and Alyssa Risden Minerva Strong Scholarships – Connor Shingleton, Brayden Costea […]

Sumter Club 2022 Music Scholarship Contest Winners Announced

SUBMITTED The 2022 Music Scholarship Competition sponsored by the Woman’s Afternoon Music Club was held on April 30 at First Presbyterian Church. This year’s judge was Dr. Sonja Sepulveda, artistic director of Palmetto Voices and retired director of choral studies at Salem College. Barbara Rearden is club president and Joni Brown is scholarship president. Three […]

Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation Awards Record Amount of Scholarships – Ohio Ag Net

Ohio Agricultural Bureau Foundation recently awarded nearly $85,000 in scholarships to students across the state, the highest amount awarded in a single year. According to Tara Durbin, chair of the board of directors of the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation and director of agricultural loans at Farm Credit Mid-America, the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation has intentionally […]

Mendota CCSVI Student Receives State Department Scholarship to Study Abroad in Costa Rica – Shaw Local

Sabrina Belmonte, of Mendota, from Illinois Valley Community College, was awarded the highly competitive Gilman Program Scholarship, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, to help her study abroad in Costa Rica this summer. The Gilman Program provides scholarships for undergraduate students with limited financial means to pursue college credit or career-oriented international internships. With […]

Scholarship providing funds for childcare to Richmond single mothers returning for 2nd year

RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) – A scholarship program for single mothers in the Richmond area is back for the second year in a row. Local nonprofit United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg has brought back its WomenRise Scholarship, which provides grants to single mothers in the Richmond and Petersburg area to pay for childcare while […]

Florida Mandate Targets Accreditation Process for Public Universities

Related practices and jurisdictions Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has signed a bill that would significantly change the accreditation process for public colleges and universities in the state and could also have national implications for institutions of higher learning. Senate Bill 7044 would require all public educational institutions in Florida to change accreditors during each review […]

Scholarship Opportunities at EOU | The voice

Written by Jillian Hoefer Photo by Pixabay: It is common knowledge that students often struggle financially, burdened with rent, tuition, course materials, and routine bills. Fortunately, Eastern Oregon University offers thousands of scholarships for incoming, current, and former students. EOU Foundation Scholarships EOU Foundation Scholarships is a general name for multiple scholarship opportunities in […]

The French Institute offers university courses for Ukrainians in Bulgaria –

As part of the AUF Ukraine Special Planand more specifically from a reintegration perspective, ESFAM (French-speaking Specialized Establishment for Administration and Management) in Sofia (Bulgaria) offers 50 seats to Ukrainian refugees in a university course. This project is aimed at French speakers Ukrainians with at least a B1 level: – graduates, – students currently in […]

ILM launches flight training scholarship fund for high school students

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – Wilmington International Airport (ILM) has partnered with the Coach Bill Dooley Education Foundation to create a “Spirit of Aviation Scholarship Fund” to provide area high school students with the opportunity to learn to fly. According to a press release, the annual scholarship will provide up to $10,000 in training for scholarship […]

Scholarship evening

Graham Thomas/Siloam Sunday Siloam Springs High School held its annual scholarship night Thursday, April 28 at the Panther Activity Center. The school announced 523 awards for 190 students, according to Amber Carter, director of scholarships. The total amount of scholarships and university aid was $2,042,743.00. Carter said five students received the Arkansas Governor’s Distinguished Award, […]

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