Monthly archive April, 2010
When we think of present day golfers, who brought a great deal of popularity to this game, the name that tops the list is Walter J. Travis Golf, A man whose efforts and accomplishments accelerated the popularity of the Golf as a sport. The Walter J. Travis Society Inc was formed to pay tribute for his achievements and contribution. It is a non-profit organization that apart from their other missions it also provides financial aid to the aspiring golfers. The Walter J. Travis Society Inc awards limited number of scholarship to Amateur golfer, Golf course architect, Turf grass expert, Golf journalist, Golf magazine founder Editor and golf equipment innovator You are eligible if you have taken one of the courses as a full time student in a two-or four year college/university. You can find more information regarding the scholarship & application at http://buff-golf.com/travis.htm. Along with the application you need to submit a letter from your college/University that you are or will be a full time matriculated student. The scholarship amount is $ 750 each and to achieve this opportunity you need to complete the application and postmarked it no later than June 1, 2010.
We all who are actually searching an appropriate scholarship to fund their education would be surprised to find such scholarship which does not ask you to complete the tedious process. CrossLites Scholarship is one of the few such scholarships which can be procured by writing an essay. The CrossLites Scholarship contest is open for High School, College and Graduate School Students. You will be competing with the students of your level. The 9th and 12th Grade & Undergraduate students (Freshmen-Senior) will have a chance to win 1st, 2nd & 3rd place. 3 categories for each (High School, Undergraduate, Graduate Students) • 1st Place: $2,000.00 • 2nd Place: $1,500.00 • 3rd Place: $1,000.00 • 4th Place: $750.00 • 5th Place: $500.00 • 6th Place: $250.00 • 5 Lottery Winners: $100 each To apply for this scholarship there is no requirement of GPA, SAT, ACT, GMAT, GRE or any other test score. You simply have to submit maximum of two essays for the contest. The essay should be based on the quotes of Dr. Parker. The essay you write will be judged on originality, how the quote relates to something in your life, grammar and punctuation and off course the quality content. [...]
The Ron Brown Scholars Program is given in the honor of Ronald H. Brown a late Secretary of Commerce, who dedicated his life for public service. The scholarship is for African American Students with the aim to provide them the opportunity to take education from some of the best universities and colleges of the country. The scholarship is for outstanding students who have demonstrated academic excellence. Eligibility Requirements: Must be U.S Citizen or a permanent resident of US Demonstrate exceptional leadership potential Actively involved in community service Show financial need Must be African American High School Senior Students from any discipline can apply for this scholarship. Of all the applicants 20 will be chosen, who will receive $10,000 award annually for four years to attend an accredited four year college or university of their choice. More information regarding scholarship, application and other necessary details are given at http://www.ronbrown.org/Apply.aspx. If you have any queries send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org . Along with the application you need to attach following documents: Essay of not more than 500 words Two recommendation letters from known people Official transcript with most current semester courseload and school profile with application materials. Send the complete application packet [...]