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    Justin Demary Memorial Athletic Scholarship

     Mercedes Rio-Garcia Scholarship

     

     

    Alexander L Johnson, Jr Memorial Scholarship

    Delta Sigma Theta Scholarship & Delta Sigma Theta Application Procedures (Only the filled out fillable form will be considered for application review. The fillable document is also available on the chapter's website- dstlakecharles.org)

    ART & MUSIC Scholarship Opportunity

    https://georgerodriguefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarship-art-contest/

     

    Construction Scholars – Scholarship

    https://www.louisianabelieves.com/docs/default-source/jumpstart/jump-start-construction-connect-scholars-application-2020-2021.pdf

     

    Dudley DeBosier Scholarships – Essay & Public Service Announcement

    https://www.dudleydebosier.com/ddb-does-right/college-scholarship/

     

     

    American Press scholarship    Due to Counselor's office April 1st.  (posted 3-18-2021)

    FCA Kyle Broussard Scholarship 

    EEQual Scholarship for Homelessness & Housing Insecurity

    Versie L. Williams Memorial Scholarship

     ACF Visionary Scholarship 

    Heisman Scholarship

    National Scholarships

    LOSFA Scholarships & Grants

    Southern University Scholarship and Book Stipend

    U. S. Senate Youth Scholarship Opportunity

     The Louisiana Department of Education, in partnership with the William Randolph Hearst Foundation, is offering a $10,000 scholarship opportunity for two outstanding juniors or seniors from Louisiana who will be selected as our state delegates for the U.S. Senate Youth Washington Week, March 5-12, 2022. Delegates must attend all of the scheduled meetings that will be scheduled either in-person or virtually to receive the scholarship.

    Juniors or seniors who hold elected or appointed offices in school or community groups listed in the national program brochure are encouraged to submit a Louisiana application packet. For test security reasons, the test secure essay topics will only be released to school systems. High school personnel should contact marian.johnson@la.gov as soon as a student request is made for the essay topics.

     Because so many high schools have been impacted by Hurricane Ida, many students have been displaced and are unable to access the necessary resources for their portfolio. Please assist them with securing the needed recommendations, transcripts and essay topics on their behalf. The application portfolio is due via e-mail to marian.johnson@la.gov by October 5. Finalists will be notified by October 27, for the final phase of selection process on November 9.

     Please contact marian.johnson@la.gov with questions.

     Application packet: https://www.louisianabelieves.com/docs/default-source/awards/u-s-senate-youth-application.pdf?sfvrsn=c612991f_2

    Louisiana 811 Scholarship

    The mission of Louisiana One Call (LA 811) is to support the protection of facilities, the public, and the environment by providing excellent damage prevention services in a cost-effective manner. Through its “Call Before You Dig” program, this organization promotes damage prevention through innovation, education and technology while providing excellent customer service. To advance this mission, the organization is awarding four $811 scholarships to four Louisiana high school seniors. ● Applicants must be Louisiana residents and attend an accredited public or private Louisiana high school.

    ● Applicants must be graduating seniors.
    ● Applicants must be planning to attend either a community college, an accredited trade school, or a four-year accredited college or university by the fall following graduation. Guidelines: The student will submit their application in pdf format.

    The student will combine sections 1-4 in one file, with a title for each section. The student is to be the sole contributor to and creator of the submission document. Please note that all submissions will be the property of Louisiana 811 and used at their discretion. Student Introduction: In this section the student introduces him/herself. The student should concentrate on hobbies, favorite academic subjects, and any information supporting that the student works with others as a team, demonstrates leadership skills, and/or has contributed to improving the community. Education/Extracurricular Activities/Work Experience:

    Students provide the following information.

    ● Name of school the student is currently attending
    ● Name of schools to which the student is applying or planning to attend
    ● Indication of the kind of scholarship the student is seeking--academic or technical
    ● List of sports, clubs, and civic organizations in which the student has participated
    ● Description of the volunteer work in which the student has participated during high school
    ● Summary of the student’s employment history Page 3 of 4 Essay: In 300 words or less, describe how you can explain to your peer group and/or family the importance of the 811 message, “Call Before You Dig.” Explain how you will deliver that information.

    Transcript: In addition to the application submission, students must provide a scanned copy of their official high school transcript(s). All applications must be submitted by 5 p.m., Friday, March 18, 2021.
    Please email Cole Vanderlick at cole@laonecall.com with questions about this opportunity.

     

    Louisiana Rural Water Association will award two (2) scholarships in the amount of $2,000 each to either graduating high school seniors or enrolled college students.

    The W.J. Fournet Scholarship was created in honor of Mr. Willis Fournet, who was not only one of the founding members of the Louisiana Rural Water Association but also an educator, coach and an elementary school principal.  He was very instrumental in guiding LRWA to its present state by utilizing his background in education to train and assist water and wastewater operators across the state. 

    Please click on the link below, which will bring you to our website.  In the blue area you will see W.J. Fournet Scholarship, simply click on this and it will bring you to the application.

    https://lrwa.org/resources/

    Applicants must reside on a water and/or wastewater system who is a member of LRWA, be a citizen or legal resident of the United States, and a resident of Louisiana. Previous scholarship applicants and winners may also apply. 

    The TYPED applications must be mailed and postmarked by March 5, 2022 to: LRWA, Attn: Scholarship Committee, PO Box 180, Kinder, LA 70648.  If you need additional information, please call the Louisiana Rural Water Association office at (800)256-2591 or (337)738-2896.

     

    The Horatio Alger Association Scholarship Programs

    Information on all Horatio Alger Scholarships, as well as winners of 2021 Scholarships, can be found at https://scholars.horatioalger.org/

    The Horatio Alger Scholarship application (for National, State and Targeted Scholarships) is open through March 15, 2022. This year we have transitioned to awarding our National and State scholarships to high school juniors who will be attending college in the fall of 2023. We continue to encourage high school seniors to apply for our Targeted awards. Please direct students to apply at: 

    https://scholars.horatioalger.org/about-our-scholarship-programs/ 

    Scholarships range from $10,000 to over $50,000.