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In less than 1000 words, discuss must demonstrate leadership abilities and social your views on how well the United States maturity through involvement in both school and government agencies are prepared to community activities; must demonstrate skills and achievements outside the realm of science and respond to the next call for disaster relief. outside the realm of academic pursuits; and must demonstrate curiosity and eagerness to explore DEADLINE: June 20, 2007 many and varied topics. Interested students should explore the website for more information and complete the application found at www.nysc.org. Deadline is March 5, 2007. SCHOLARSHIPS FEBRUARY, 2007 POMPTONIAN FOOD SERVICE WILL BE AWARDING FOUR $1,000 SCHOLARSHIPS IN SYRACU SE U NIV ER SI TY MEMORY OF FOUNDER, SC HOO L OF GIOVINA COSCIA. THE MONETARY AWARDS ARE ARC HITECTU R E AVAILABLE TO GRADUATING EDU CATIO NAL SENIORS IN ANY OF THE HIGH SCHOOLS POMPTONIAN SERVES. OPPO RTU NI TY Mark Robbins, Dean of Syracuse University's SCHOLARSHIP DECISIONS WILL BE BASED School of Architecture is desperately and ON A COMBINATION OF FACTORS actively seeking young men and women of INCLUDING: color interested in pursuing a five-year *FINANCIAL NEED professional degree in Architecture. (SPECIAL CONSIDERATION WILL BE GIVEN.) Robbins says he's deeply committed to bringing *WORK EXPERIENCE *COMMUNITY SERVICE diversity to his field and has scholarship money *QUALITY AND SUBSTANCE OF ESSAY set aside to fully-cover education costs *LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION. for 10 students. He says that Latino enrollment in the school has risen substantially, but it's Interested students are encouraged to visit the harder to attract Blacks. Career Media Center for an application. Syracuse University’s School of ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE SENT TO: Architecture has a great reputation Candy Vidovich, Vice President Pomptonian Food Service and this seems like a terrific 3 Edison Place opportunity for the right person, so Fairfield, NJ 07004-3511 please inquire further if you are Telephone: (973) 882-8070 interested. Facsimile: (973) 882-6645 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Mark Robbins, Dean School of Architecture DEADLINE IS APRIL 5, 2007. Syracuse, New York (315) 443- 2255 email@example.com SCHOLARSHIPS FEBRUARY, 2007 THE SHIRLEY RABB WINSTON SCHOLARSHIP IN VOICE Sponsored by THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF ARTS AND LETTERS $10,000 in Scholarships will be awarded in honor of Shirley Rabb Winston, to young vocal artists New Jersey Society of between the ages of 16 and 22. Applicants must demonstrate exceptional talent and promise of Mayflower Descendants future success. The scholarship funds are only for Scholarship private study, for special training or for personal advancement in the applicant's future career. The funds are not for college tuition, housing or travel. Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of New Jersey operates an annual scholarship awards ELIGIBILITY 1. The applicant: a) must be a citizen program open to one student nominee per New of the U.S. b) must submit a vocal performance on Jersey high school. The student must, to remain DVD to the nearest Chapter of The National Society eligible as a scholar, graduate in the upper fourth of of Arts and Letters; c) must demonstrate a serious the class and matriculate at a New Jersey four-year commitment to their art by providing a written university or college. The committee, which makes statement of their career plans for the future. d) the selection of scholars, looks for a strong interest must specify the mode of further study: private in history United States History with emphasis on study, special training, or for personal advancement American Colonial History. Each $1,500 award is a in the applicant's future career. The funds are not single payment to the student's tuition account at the for college tuition, housing or travel. 2. The DVD university or college. Three individual awards will performances selected by the Chapter judges will be be given this year. sent to the Winston Scholarship Committee Chair. 3. The final awards may be made from a personal The application for nomination is available in the performance before the Winston Scholarship Career Media Center. Committee. 4. The awarded scholarship funds will be sent directly to the institution, teacher, or tutor The completed application must be forwarded by chosen by the scholarship winner/s with the March 1, 2007. approval of the Winston Scholarship Committee. Applications are available at www.arts-nsal.org/07voicebro.pdf Vocal DVDs due at a NSAL Chapter on February 1, 2007. NEW JERSEY CHAPTER Judy Martorelli, 52 Kahdena Rd. Morristown, NJ 07960 973-267-0952 SCHOLARSHIPS FEBRUARY, 2007 THE NAOMI WINSTON SCHOLARSHIP IN ART Sponsored by THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF ARTS AND LETTERS In honor of Naomi Winston, a scholarship has been established and made available, through the The Robert Wood Johnson University National Society of Arts and Letters, to young visual artists between the ages of 16 and 22. Hospital, Rahway Auxiliary, Applicants must demonstrate exceptional talent and In memory of Shirley Levitzky is promise of future success. The scholarship funds offering a Scholarship Award. are only for private study, for special training or for personal advancement in the applicant's art medium. They can be used for workshops, museum Interested in studying the Health Career programs, summer programs, etc. The funds are not fields after high school? RWJUH is offering for college tuition, housing or travel. this wonderful scholarship opportunity to graduating members of the Class of 2007. ELIGIBILITY 1. The applicant: a) must be a citizen of the United States. b) must submit slides of their works to the nearest chapter of the National Society These scholarships will be a one-time of Arts and Letters c) must demonstrate a serious payment towards the first year’s tuition. commitment to their art by stating in writing their career plans for the future. d) must specify the mode Information and applications for the of further study: private study, special training, or scholarship may be obtained by calling the for personal advancement in their art. 2. The slides Auxiliary Office at 732-499-6068, Monday selected by the Chapter judges will be sent to the Winston Scholarship Committee Chair. The through Friday, from 8 am to 4 pm. Scholarship Committee will select the finalists. Finalists may be notified to send the original art The application must be completed and works to the Winston Scholarship Chair for final returned to the RWJUH Rahway Auxiliary judging by the Committee. 3. The awarded Office by March 30, 2007. scholarship funds will be sent directly to the institution, teacher or tutor chosen by the scholarship winner with the approval of the Winston Scholarship Committee. Applications available at www.arts-nsal.org/07artbro.pdf. Slides due at the NSAL Chapter on February 1, 2007 NEW JERSEY CHAPTER Judy Martorelli, 52 Kahdena Rd. Morristown, NJ 07960 973-267-0952 SCHOLARSHIPS FEBRUARY, 2007 Who's Who Among American High School Students® In 1968, our second year of operation, it was determined that in addition to recognition in FREE MONEY! Who's Who Among American High School Okay, now that we have your attention, Students®, it was important to support hard KEY Magazine gives away a $1,000 working students with financial assistance to scholarship every year to one lucky high the best of our ability. school student. 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Awards Founders Scholarship Award $6,000 Chairman's Scholarship Award $5,000 each Outstanding Achievement $2,500 each ECI Academic Award $1,000 each Application Deadline: May 1, 2007. SCHOLARSHIPS FEBRUARY, 2007 New J ers ey C ent er for Sci ence, Technolo gy & Mat hematics Education To support students interested in the exciting and rewarding careers in science, mathematics and technology, NJCSTE offers tuition scholarships. Students are eligible for scholarships for the first two years of the program. Scholarships are available for the NJCSTE five- year degree programs. These scholarships cover for the first two years of both the teacher and professional researcher program tracks subject to the maintenance of satisfactory academic performance. Students that follow the teacher track, leading to a master's degree in teaching and New Jersey teacher certification, may be eligible for an additional three years of tuition scholarships provided they maintain satisfactory academic performance and agree to teach in New Jersey schools for three years upon completion of the program. NJCSTE Scholarships cover the cost of tuition only, students are responsible for university fees, books and other expenses. Deadline is March 1, 2007.