Where to start!? Scholarships are all over the place actually! Many corporations and organizations around the country have scholarship programs.
Visit their websites to find them. For example, Kohls Department Store, Wendy's restaurant, the NAACP, Ronald McDonald Charities, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund and other various ethnic organizations like the Polish National Alliance and Italian Heritage have scholarship programs that can help offset the cost of college. These scholarships can range from $100 to over $10,000!! Check with your local community leaders, banks, Lions Club, Rotary Club and local retailers for scholarship opportunities.
Use the scholarship search tools to the right to begin searching today!!
Completing the FAFSA and applying for college are essential steps in qualifying for scholarships and other financial aid from specific colleges & universities. Usually enclosed with your acceptance letter, a scholarship award letter outlines the scholarship(s) you've been awarded should you decide to attend their school. These scholarships are usually based on high school GPA and ACT scores.
In addition, be sure to check the "financial aid" webpages for the colleges and universities you have applied to. Many additional scholarships at specific schools require a separate application, such as those offered by fraternity, sorority and ethnic organizations that love to assist incoming freshmen. Be sure to check with each school you are considering attending.
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The Sparkling Ice Flavorful Futures Scholarship will award five scholarships of $5,000 that celebrates students' individuality, creativity and communication of future goals.
Get more information at Flavor Futures.
Illinois AMVETS serves and promotes those in the military,
They do have a Freedom's Foundation for high school sophomores.
For more information, see Ilinois AMVETS.
Kevin Dowling Scholarship
The Kevin Dowling Scholarship was established to promote the education of three students enrolled in a Catholic Schools Program to honor the memory of Kevin.
For more information on the scholarship, visit kevindowlingscholarshipfund.
Kids Chance of Illinois
Students who had a parent killed or seriously injured as a result of an on-the-job accident that meets the criteria of the Illinois Works Compensation Act are eligible.
For more information, visit kidschanceofillinois.
Legacy Guild Scholarship
The Legacy Guild Scholarship is available to a graduating high school senior living in District 204.
For more information, look at thelegacyguild.
Patriot Education Fund
The Patriot Education Fund supports families with ties to the military, including support for tuition.
For more information, visit patrioteducationfund.
Triple Impact Competitor Scholarship
Positive Coaching Alliance offers a scholarship opportunity for high school athletes, based on their responses to questions on: personal mastery, leadership and honoring the game.
For more informaton, visit positivecoach.