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High School Senior Scholarship Contest The American Fire Sprinklers Association is a non-profit international association which apart from its designated work is also involved in supporting its members on educational front. Through its $ 20,000 High School Senior Scholarship Contest American Fire Sprinklers will help high school seniors to pursue their education. Eligibility Requirement Must be U.S Citizen or permanent resident of U.S Scholarship will be given to those winners who are enrolled in accredited college/university or certified trade school Must not be a relative AFSA staff or board members Home-schooled students can apply only if the course they are undertaking is equivalent to that of a senior in high school. To win this scholarship one needs to read an essay on Fire Sprinkler and go through a test online. Those who clear the test will be notified and would win $ 2000 scholarship. Of all the participants 10 would be chosen for the high school seniors scholarship contest. The contestants will not be judged through their financial need. Details of the contest are given here: http://www.afsascholarship.org/hsinformation.html. The entries will be accepted till May 3, 2010

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The Sequoyah Graduate Scholarship is being offered by Association On American Indian Affairs to the students in any curriculum. The scholarship amount is $ 1,500. Eligibility: Must be Native American/ Alaska Native from the Continental US or Alaska Applicant must be enrolled in an any federally recognized or non-recognized tribe Must be of ¼ Indian Blood Must be graduating high school senior, current college freshman, sophomores, juniors, seniors, graduate and doctoral students from an accredited college or university Must be seeking an associate degree or higher The application is available on the website: http://www.indian-affairs.org/scholarships/sequoyah.htm. the application packet must include: Certificate of Indian Blood showing atleast ¼ Indian Blood Proof Of Tribal enrollment One to three page essay mentioning your educational and post graduate goals as well as life experiences Two letters of recommendation (employers, professors, ministers,teachers, coaches etc) Copies of official transcript The application packet for 2010-2011 school year must be mailed on the following address: Lisa Wyzlic, Director of Scholarship Programs Association on American Indian Affairs 966 Hungerford Drive, Suite 12-B Rockville, MD 20850 For more details and queries you can either call on 240-314-7155 or e-mail to Iw.aaia@verizon.net

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Eric Delson was a person with Hemophilia but lived his life king size. He was the Vice President of Marketing and Clinical Services For Caremark Inc. Being a Hemophilic was posed with many limitations but they inspired him to touch the lives of many who were sailing in the same boat. It is with the memory of this great man and the spirit of young mind that this scholarship was founded. Citizens’ Scholarship Foundation Of America, is a non-profit educational support and student aid service organization who  manages the scholarship program. Eligibility: Diagnosed with clinical bleeding disorder Students entering grades 7 through 12 at private secondary schools High School Seniors, high school graduates or equivalent or post secondary school students Currently enrolled or planning to enroll  in an accredited  two or four year college, university or vocational-technical school in the United States. The scholarship amount is $ 2,500 and will be awarded to the deserving candidates.  Those who perfectly fit in the eligibility requirement must complete the application and send it to the following address along with current transcript of grades. The Eric Delsom Memorial Scholarship Program Citizens’ Scholarship Foundation Of America P.O. Box 297 Saint Peter Minnesota 56082. The [...]

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Categories: Scholarship For Bleeding Disorders, Scholarships