SCHOLARSHIPS by wuyunyi

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									                                   SCHOLARSHIPS
Note: CAMP does not endorse any of these web sites; it is your responsibility to read the information they provide
very carefully. Some of these organizations request basic data about you to personalize the scholarship information
you receive. It is your decision to provide the requested information. Our recommendation is that you NEVER
give them your social security number or a credit card number. They should not need those numbers if the
information they provide is free and without commitments. Also, these web sites might include offers from
different companies, but feel free to say NO to them.


COLLEGE-LEVEL SCHOLARSHIPS
The AREMA Educational Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship ($1000) - Deadline: March 15
http://www.arema.org/eseries/scriptcontent/index.cfm
The AREMA Educational Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship is available to full-time sophomores, juniors and
seniors enrolled in a four- or five-year program leading to a bachelor's degree in engineering or engineering
technology. You must have a minimum 2.0 GPA to be eligible for this award. A resume, transcript, two letters of
recommendation and a cover letter are required.

The CarDonors.com Scholarship ($500) - Deadline: March 15
http://www.cardonors.com/car-donation-scholarship-essay.html
The CarDonors.com Scholarship is available to students who are attending or planning to attend an accredited U.S.
college in the 2005-2006 school year. You must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and be in good standing at your current
institution.

William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship (for US citizens) ($2,500-$5000) - Deadline: March 16
http://www.apsanet.org/content_11389.cfm
The Nonprofit Sector Research Fund, a grantmaking program of the Aspen Institute in Washington, DC, annually
offers the William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship. The scholarship, which is based on academic excellence
and need, is open to both undergraduate and graduate students who are members of minority groups. The Hearst
Scholar serves as a summer intern with the Fund. Through this program, the Fund seeks to introduce a diverse group
of students to issues relating to philanthropy, voluntarism, and nonprofit organizations. Recipients may arrange with
their colleges or universities to receive academic credit for this experience.

The A. Patrick Charnon Scholarship ($1500) - Deadline: March 31 (but only the first 250 complete
applications will be accepted)
http://www.cesresources.org/charnon.html#requirements
The A. Patrick Charnon Scholarship is open to full-time undergraduate students who have been accepted to or who
are currently enrolled in a four-year college or university. Students who value tolerance, compassion and respect for
all people in their communities, and who have demonstrate their commitments to theses values by their actions will
be considered for this award. In addition to an official transcript and three letters of recommendation, you must
submit a typed 2-4 page essay on how community service experiences have shaped your life and how you will use
your college education to build communities in a manner consistent with Pat Charnon's values of compassion,
tolerance, generosity and respect.

The NIH Undergraduate Scholarship Program (up to $20,000) – Deadline: March 31
http://ugsp.info.nih.gov/exesumfaq.htm
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship Program (UGSP) offers competitive
scholarships to students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are committed to careers in biomedical, behavioral,
and social science health-related research.

The Frank O'Neill Memorial Scholarship ($500) - Deadline: March 31
http://www.easyaid.com/scholarship_form.html
The Frank O'Neill Memorial Scholarship is available to students attending a university, college, trade school,
technical institute, vocational training or other post-secondary education program in the 2005-2006 or 2006-2007
academic year. You must submit an essay of fewer than 1,000 words on how one person in particular has influenced
your life in a positive way to be eligible for this award.

The StraightForward Media Business School Scholarship ($500) - Deadline: March 31
http://www.straightforwardmedia.com/business-school/
The StraightForward Media Business School Scholarship is available to business students. Students with related
majors and/or specialties, such as: economics, finance,marketing, management, etc., will also be eligible for this
award.

The Straightforward Media Minority Scholarship ($500) - Deadline: March 31
http://www.straightforwardmedia.com/minority/
The Straightforward Media Minority Scholarship is available to current and prospective students of color.

The StraightForward Media Engineering Scholarship ($500) - Deadline: March 31
http://www.straightforwardmedia.com/engineering/
The StraightForward Media Engineering Scholarship is available to post-secondary engineering students.

The StraightForward Media Medical ($500) – Deadline: March 31
http://www.straightforwardmedia.com/medical-professions/
The StraightForward Media Medical Scholarship is available to students pursuing medical professions. Also for
technicians, physician's assistants, nurses, therapists, and other health professionals.

ALPFA Scholarships Program ($1200-$5000) - Deadline: March 31
http://scholarships.hispanicfund.org/applications/subsectionID.1,pageID.116/default.asp
The Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) offers scholarships to students
pursuing studies in accounting, finance, IT or a related field.

LULAC National Scholarship Fund (LNSF) - Deadline: March 31
http://www.lnesc.org/
The League of United Latina American Citizens scholarship fund is run completely at the local, grassroots level, the
LNSF is coordinated nationally by LNESC. We bring together local fund raising efforts with corporate partners to
provide over $750,000.00 in scholarships to all levels of degree seeking students each year.

George M. Brooker Collegiate Scholarship for Minorities ($1000) - Deadline: March 31
http://www.irem.org/sec1ins.cfm?sec=iremfoundation&con=scholarships.cfm&par
The George M. Brooker Scholarship provides tuition assistance to minority college students who plan to enter real
estate management and make it their career. Applicants for the scholarship must demonstrate academic excellence.
This scholarship was named in memory of George M. Brooker, an African-American CPM from New York City.

Cuban American National Foundation (The Mas Family Scholarships) (upt o $10000) - Deadline: March 31
http://www.canf.org/2005/principal-ingles.htm
This scholarship is open to graduates and undergraduates born in Cuba or who are direct descendants of those who
left Cuba. Students must be in the top 10% of their high school class or maintain a 3.5 GPA in college.
Scholarships are open to engineering, business, International Relations, Economics, Communications and
Journalism students.

Adelante! Fund Scholarship ($1500-$3000) - Deadline: March 31
http://www.adelantefund.org/adelante/Scholarship_Program_EN.asp?SnID=978548983
As the fastest growing minority group in the United States, Hispanics have increasing buying power and influence
on our economy. Proportionate access to and success in higher education is vital to the enrichment and
advancement of the Hispanic community.

The Global Solutions Flash Movie Contest ($500-$2000) – Deadline: April 1
http://www.globalsolutions.org/flash.html
The Global Solutions Flash Movie Contest is available to high school students, college students and grad students
aspiring artists, multimedia designers and activists who have an interest in international affairs. You must answer the
following question, "Why do you think global problems matter to Americans and what can Americans do about
them?" This contest is open to students of all majors, though those interested in international relations, political
science, government, human rights, computer science, graphic design, and IT are particularly encouraged to apply.
This is your chance to inspire listeners through your own vision of how America can work with other countries to
create a safer and better world.

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance Paid Internships - Deadline: April 1
www.apala.org
The Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA), an organization of union members and supporters of the
labor movement, was established by the AFL-CIO with the goal of organizing Asian and Pacific Islander American
workers into unions, promoting their participation and leader- ship within unions, and strengthening international
solidarity. APALA is currently seeking paid interns for terms in spring, summer, and fall 2006. Interns will work on
such activities as organizing labor activism at the chapter level, writing and designing media materials, producing
the APALA legislative scorecard, and planning voter registration and education campaigns. Applicants must have
completed at least two years of college. College graduates and graduate-level students are also welcome to apply.
Candidates with less education, but with exceptional experience in the internship areas, will be considered. The
application deadline for the summer internship is due April 1, 2006. To learn more, or to request an application, e-
mail <apala@apalanet.org> or write to APALA, 815 16th St. N.W., Washington, DC 20006.

The National Association of Hispanic Nurses' National Scholarships (varies) - Deadline: April 14
http://www.nahn-
us.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=category&sectionid=28&id=110&Itemid=615&lang=en_US
The National Association of Hispanic Nurses' National Scholarships, which are for one academic year, will be
awarded to outstanding Hispanic nursing students enrolled in a nursing program. Recipients will be selected on the
basis of current academic standing and financial need. The recipients for the scholarship awards are Hispanic nurses
who demonstrate potential for professional contributions to nursing and through their actions will serve as positive
role models to Hispanic nursing students. To qualify for the scholarship award, the applicant must be currently
enrolled in an accredited school of nursing, and be a United States citizen or legal resident of the United States.

The Dale E. Fridell Memorial Scholarship ($1000) – Deadline: April 14
http://www.straightforwardmedia.com/fridell/form.php
The Dale E. Fridell Memorial Scholarship is available to students aspiring to attend a two- or four-year college,
trade school, technical institute or other post-secondary education program. You must submit an essay answering the
following question: Why is the completion of a postsecondary program important to you, and what do you hope to
achieve once you get a degree?

The Get out of Debt Scholarship ($500) – Deadline: April 14
http://www.straightforwardmedia.com/debt//debt-scholarship.html
The Get out of Debt Scholarship is available to undergraduate and graduate students attending a university, college,
trade school, technical institute, vocational training or other post secondary education program in the 2005-2006
academic year. You must demonstrate a need for help with your higher education bill due to credit card or other debt
and you may not already be receiving or awarded a full-tuition scholarship or waiver from another source.

StraightForward Media's Teacher Scholarship ($500) - Deadline: April 14
http://www.straightforwardmedia.com/education/
Welcome to StraightForward Media's Teacher Scholarship program! Our new program offers four scholarships per
year exclusively to students who will become teachers.

The Sallie Mae Fund First in My Family Scholarship Program ($500-$5000) - Deadline: April 15
http://scholarships.hispanicfund.org/applications/subsectionID.1,pageID.116/default.asp
The First in My Family Scholarship Program, developed in partnership with the Hispanic College Fund, offers
scholarships to Hispanic-American students who are the first in their family to attend college, and have financial
need. The program is open to Hispanic-Americans who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents enrolled as full-time
undergraduate students at approved, accredited institutions. *Students must have a minimum grade point average of
3.0 (on a 4.0 scale).
The Hispanic College Fund Program ($500-$5000) - Deadline: April 15
http://www.hispanicfund.org
The Hispanic College Fund, Inc. Scholarship is open to students of Hispanic heritage who are pursuing careers in
business, science or engineering. You must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, be studying full time in the
United States or Puerto Rico, have a minimum 3.0 GPA, and demonstrate financial need to be eligible for this
award. Students pursuing masters degrees in business administration are also eligible.

American Dream Scholarship ($500-$5000) - Deadline: April 15
http://www.thesalliemaefund.org/projectaccess/need.html
Established in partnership with the United Negro College Fund, the American Dream Scholarship Program is open
to African-Americans with financial need. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, with a minimum
2.5 grade point average (on a 4.0 scale), who meet Pell Grant eligibility criteria, and are enrolled full-time at
approved, accredited, undergraduate institutions.

The BPW Career Advancement Scholarship Program (varies) – Deadline: April 15
http://www.bpwusa.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=4553
The BPW Career Advancement Scholarship Program is open to female students who are at least 25 years of age.
You must be a U.S. citizen, demonstrate clear career plans and critical financial need, and plan to graduate or
receive certification between December 1, 2006 and August 31, 2008. You must also attend or be accepted into an
accredited program or course of study at a United States institution, including institutions in Puerto Rico and the
Virgin Islands. Students earning a doctoral-level or terminal degree, such as a PhD, MD, DDS, DVM, JD, etc. are
not eligible.

Akademos/TextbookX.com Spring 2006 Scholarship Contest ($250-$2000) – Deadline: April 30
http://www.textbookx.com/scholarship/
The Akademos / TextbookX.com Spring 2006 Scholarship Contest is available to undergraduate and graduate
students enrolled in good standing at an accredited college or university in the U.S. You must be a legal resident of
the U.S. or an international student with a valid visa to be eligible. To apply for this scholarship, you must write a
250 to 750 word essay on the following topic: How, if at all, would American society change if the current legal
right to abortion is either severely restricted or eliminated?

The HSF/Wells Fargo Scholarship (for Hispanics) ($2,500) – Deadline: April 30
http://www.hsf.net/scholarship/programs/wells-fargo.php
The HSF/Wells Fargo Scholarship is designed for college students who are interested in financial and banking
institution based careers. It aims at making a positive impact on students' education through scholarship support and
career preparedness via internship opportunities. Applicants are required to submit a resume along with their
application. The annual scholarship award is $2,500 and full-time enrollment verification is required before fund
disbursement.

The MamasHealth.com Scholarship ($600) – Deadline: May 1
http://www.mamashealth.com/aboutus/scholarship3.asp
The MamasHealth.com Scholarship Award is available to freshman, sophomore and junior students attending a
college or university in the United States with a minimum 2.3 GPA. You must submit an essay with a maximum of
750 words and address the following question: Should the U.S. government provide free healthcare to all of citizens
of the United States?

The Stephen Phillips Memorial (varies) – Deadline: May 1
http://www.phillips-scholarship.org/
The Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship is open to students who demonstrate financial need. The award is also
available to any student who is currently attending college. High school students must rank in the top 20 percent of
their graduating class and have a minimum 3.0 GPA to be considered for this award. Currently enrolled students
must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. You must also demonstrate a balance of community, school and work activities. An
essay and letters of recommendation will need to be submitted with your application. Applicants must live in one of
the following states: Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New
Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia.
HSF/McNamara Family Creative Arts Project for Hispanics (up to $20,000) – Deadline: May 14
http://www.hsf.net/scholarship/programs/mcnamara.php
In partnership with the McNamara Family Foundation, this program will provide financial resources to
undergraduate and graduate students enrolled full-time in a creative arts related field -media, film, performing arts,
communications, writing, and others- to assist them in beginning and completing an art project. Grants will range
from $5,000 to $20,000.

The NASA Cooperative Education Program (for US citizens) – Deadline: May 15
http://www.nsa.gov/careers/students_csp_2.cfm
The National Security Agency Cooperative Education Program is open to college freshmen and sophomores who are
majoring in computer science, electrical or computer engineering, business or accounting. Participants in this
rotational cooperative program will alternate semesters of full-time work with full-time study from entry into the
program until graduation. You must work a minimum of 52 weeks prior to graduation and salaries are competitive
and determined by your degree progress. You must also have experience in computer programming languages and
have highly developed operations research skills. Additionally, you must be a U.S. citizen, be a second-semester
freshmen or sophomore, have at least a 3.0 GPA, and be eligible to be granted a security clearance.

The Patricia M. McNamara Memorial Scholarship ($5000) – Deadline: May 31
http://www.patricias-scholarship.org/scholarship.html
The Patricia M. McNamara Memorial Scholarship is available to students who are attending college or will be
attending college within a year of the award deadline. You must submit an essay on the following topic: "In 1000
words or less write about the best trait or traits of someone whom you have looked up to in your life."

The MoneyMatters101.com 2006 Spring Scholarship Award ($300) – Deadline: May 31
http://www.moneymatters101.com/aboutus/scholarship2006.asp
The MoneyMatters101.com 2006 Spring Scholarship Award is available to students attending a college or university
in the United States. You must have a minimum 2.3 GPA and submit an essay, maximum of 750 words, which
addresses the following question: Do you think social security benefits will be available when you retire, and if not,
what would you do to fix the system?

The CarDonors.com Scholarship ($500) – Deadline: May 31
http://www.cardonors.com/car-donation-scholarship-essay.html
The CarDonors.com Scholarship is available to students who are attending or planning to attend an accredited U.S.
college in the 2005-06 or 2006-07 school year. You must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and be in good standing at your
current institution. This award is offered every three months and the deadlines are as follows: May 31, August 31,
December 31 and March 15.

The Collegiate Inventors Competition ($10,000 - $25,000) – Deadline: June 1
http://www.invent.org/collegiate/overview.html
The Collegiate Inventors Competition is open to students who have been enrolled full time in a college or university
over the past 12 months. You must submit an original idea, process or technology that will be judged on originality
and inventiveness, as well as on its potential value to society (socially, environmentally, and economically), and on
its range or scope of use. Up to four students may work together as a team. However, only one prize will be awarded
per entry.

The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Program (PHEAA) has a number of financial aid programs
to assist you. Visit http://pheaa.org/

Summer Opportunities for Minority Undergraduate Students: http://www.doorsofopportunity.org/

								
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