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  • America Society of Military Comptrollers
  • BAZ Scholarship Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc, Beta Alpha Zeta Chapter
  • Bethune Cookman University
  • Big Sun Scholarship
  • Brooks Law Group
  • Brooks Rehabilitation
  • College Raptor Scholarship
  • Community First Raymond A. Vinson Scholarship
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
  • Duval County Council of PTAs/PTSAs Scholarship
  • Englander Peebles
  • First Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Scholarship
  • Florida Striders Scholarship
  • Friends of 440 Scholarship Fund
  • FSCJ Fine Arts Program and Talent Scholarship Search
  • FSU Service Scholar Program
  • Gator Club of Jacksonville
  • GFWC Southside Woman's Club Scholarship
  • Jacksonville Commitment Scholarship
  • Jacksonville Urban League Scholarship
  • McGriff Foundation Scholarship
  • Mesothelioma Help Center Scholarship
  • National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth
  • NATIONAL NAVAL OFFICERS ASSOCIATION (NNOA) 2019 ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIPS
  • Norma T. McGuire Native American Scholarship
  • Northeast Florida Medical Society Foundation Scholarships
  • PFLAG of Jacksonville
  • Recovery Village Health Care Scholarship
  • Sassy Seniors & Steppers
  • Sons Of Italy in America Amici d'Italia Lodge 2791 Scholarship
  • The Annie Ruth Foundation's 2020 Summer Internship Program
  • THE DUVAL HOUSE NEW BEGINNING SCHOLARSHIP
  • The Florida Society -Anne Massey General Scholarship
  • UGA Vince Dooley Schoalrship
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  • * Must be pursuing a degree in Medicine or a related field like Athletic Training, Physical, Occupational or Speech Therapy * Submit two Letters of Recommendation * Must have written proof of at least 75 community service hours * Must submit a copy of college acceptance letter & an official high school transcript * Must submit a 200-300 word essay on: “Why I chose Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or Speech Therapy and how I want to make a difference in my community (T
  • 1. Complete a 500 word essay 2. Submit copies of SAT and/or ACT Scores. 3. Submit a sealed official school transcript 4. Submit three letters of recommendations. One must be from your teacher or counselor. 5. Provide proof of acceptance to an accredited university or college
  • Applicant must be under the age of 21 prior to the application due date; Applicant must be actively pursuing post-secondary education; Applicant must be homeless or have been homeless at any time during their school attendance. Parameters on homeless status are defined by the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Act
  • Applicants must be a senior in a local high school, pursuing a college education in the field of Accounting, Finance, Business, or Computer Science
  • Applicants must write an essay in response to one of the following prompts: 1. Share your personal story dealing with asbestos disease or cancer. Talk about how it affected your life and how/whether it impacted your education/career choice. 2. What do you hope to do with the education you are receiving to help cancer patients?
  • Applications accepted from May 1-May 31, 2019
  • Eligible Applicants must: • Be a member or dependent of a member of Community First with an account in good standing for at least one year. • Be a high school senior student entering college at the application deadline. • Demonstrate leadership ability and financial need. See document below for more requirements
  • Florida high school senior who will be attending an accredited 4-year Florida college or university or a 2-year accredited Florida community college. See more information in the file below (Norma T McGuire Native American Scholarship)
  • High school seniors must have a 2.7 GPA to apply and scholarship recipients must maintain a cumulative 3.0 GPA and have at least 12 credit hours per semester, in order to remain eligible for funds.
  • It is a four-year program (as a maximum of eight semesters of scholarship funds are available). Service Scholars participate in 75 hours of community service each semester (45 hours for the first semester of one's first year). Service Scholars must maintain a 2.75 cumulative GPA. Service Scholars attend monthly meetings called Evenings to engage in thoughtful conversation around civic engagement topics. Service Scholars enroll in a service-focused course each semester to help connect out-of-clas
  • More information can be found in the files below. Look for the file named The Florida Society -Anne Massey General Scholarship
  • Must be a Duval County student who has been accepted to and is planning to attend the University of Florida.
  • Please see all requirements in the document found below
  • Recipients must meet eligibility criteria and be willing to share a personal story at the dinner. A committee of local educators with diverse backgrounds reviews all applications and selects the recipients based on eligibility, academic potential and achievement, and participation in school activities and in the LGBTI community. Scholars may use the funds as needed as the scholarships are unrestricted.
  • See all requirements in document below
  • See document below
  • See information in the document below BethuneCookmanScholarship
  • See the file below called Delta Sigma Theta
  • Student must start college in the summer or fall of 2019; just fill out application (see in the documents file below); winner must attend the 10th anniversary banquet held in November.
  • Student must: 1. Be resident of Duval or St John's counties; 2. Complete application (see below) 3. Be accepted as full-time, degree-seeking student at UGA; 4. Be entering UGA as a freshman in 2019; 5. Attend a selection interview conducted by the Jax Bulldog Alumni Scholarship committee.
  • Student will submit an essay to the selection committee.
  • Students to begin the summer or fall term of 2019 and have completed the required application paperwork (see document below). Winners will attend an Awards Banquet in November 2019
  • Students who would like to enter the contest must submit an essay or a video. The essay should be 600 words or less, a video should be 2 minutes or less. The prompt for the scholarship is “do you own a smartphone, how does it affect your daily activities, are you ever tempted to use the phone while you are driving?
  • Targeted for highschool seniors planning to attend a two year college or four year university in the Summer or Fall 2019.
  • To be eligible for this scholarship, an applicant must fulfill 6 requirements. Please locate the document in the files below called 2019 PTA Scholarship
  • We are offering a $1,000 award to students pursuing a health-related degree program who have been personally affected by addiction
  • You must be a senior in high school entering higher education in the Fall of 2019. Must be attending an accredited school/college/technical school within the State of Florida. Must have at least a “B” average and have financial need
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