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SCHOLARSHIPS

Available Scholarships month by month

(Last updated 9/6/2017)

Please pay attention to deadlines and note that dates may change year to year.

Scholarships are Listed by the Date that they are Due

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Each college and university offers scholarships to future students. The colleges have different procedures for applying and awarding these scholarships. Go to the college web site to access their scholarships. These scholarships should be your first priority when completing scholarship applications.

If you receive award letters for any scholarships, bring a copy to the guidance office. You will be recognized in the graduation program for your achievements.

COLLEGE BOUND NEBRASKA-you will pay no tuition at the University of Nebraska campuses if you qualify for a federal Pella grant or have a EFC (expected family contribution on the FAFSA) of $5,000 or less. If you just miss Pella grant eligibility there may also be assistance. The guideline is a typical family of four with one student in college and an annual family income of $50,000 or less may qualify. Your FAFSA must be on file by April 1. NEBRASKA STATE COLLEGE SYSTEM ADVANTAGE-A similar program with free tuition at the state colleges for students who qualify for a Pella grant.

ACCESS NEBRASKA WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY- full tuition covered for students who qualify for a Pella grant and their Expected Family Contribution (EFC on the FAFSA) is $1,000 or less. ACT 25 or higher and GPA 3.0 or higher.

University Tutor holds a monthly $100 college scholarship contest where students write a short essay in response to a monthly prompt. The submitted essays are reviewed by University Tutor staff at the end of the month and one winner is chosen to receive the $100 college scholarship. Open to students 16 years of age or older.  Interested students can enter the contest here: http://www.universitytutor.com/scholarship-contest

August-June Wells Fargo College Sweepstakes- enroll in the Wells Fargo College Steps Program and you will be entered to win $5,000.http://ebm.collegesteps.wellsfargoemail.com/r/regf2?a=0&aid=2092274041&n=1

August 31 Undergraduate CIA Scholarship Program: If you are a high school senior planning to enroll in a 4-or 5-year college program, or you are a college freshman or sophomore enrolled in a 4-or 5-year college program, who is looking for career experience in a dynamic environment, apply to the CIA's Undergraduate Scholar Program and contribute to the work of the nation before you graduate. ACT 21, GPA 3.0, financial need, letters of recommendation. For complete application process go online:https://www.cia.gov/careers/student-opportunities/undergraduate-scholarship-program.html

September

September- check the Nebraska Latino American Commission for updates on available scholarships and links. Scroll down the page to find Nebraska and National Scholarship links. http://www.latinoac.nebraska.gov/education.htm

September 1 AXA Achievement Scholarship application opensCloses Dec.15, but apply early as they take the first 10,000 applications.The AXA Achievement Scholarship offers college scholarships of $10,000 and $25,000 to high school seniors who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their activities in school, the community or the workplace. The scholarships are sponsored by the AXA Foundation, in association with U.S. News & World Report. More information about the criteria used can be found online. Apply online: https://us.axa.com/axa-foundation/AXA-achievement-scholarship.html

ACE Scholarship-for students taking dual-credit classes through NECC. Student or parents must qualify for a federal benefit program (such as food stamps, free and reduced lunch) or provide summary of extreme hardship. Apply at the beginning of each semester. See Mrs. Thompson for more information. Apply at: https://ccpe.nebraska.gov/ACE

Sept. 1- Feb. 2 Elks National Foundation Legacy Awardsany senior can apply who is a child, step-child, grandchild, or legal ward of a current Elk member. Judged on knowledge, charity, community, and integrity. Apply online:http://www.elks.org/enf/scholars/legacy.cfm

Sept. 7- April 7 AFSA High School Senior ScholarshipEntries accepted September 7- April 7.  Sponsored by the American Fire Sprinkler Association. Any senior can apply. Go online to their site, read an essay, take an online quiz, and get an entry for each question you answer correctly. https://www.afsascholarship.org/

Sept. 14- Jan. 11 APIASF: Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund- Asian &/or Pacific Islander ethnicity, at least a 2.7 GPA, low socioeconomic status, first in family to attend college, one letter of recommendation, and complete the FAFSA. http://www.apiasf.org/scholarship_apiasf.html

Sept. 15 Gates Scholarship- The Gates Scholarship is a highly selective, full scholarship for exceptional, Pell-eligible, minority, high school seniors. Student must be from at least one of the following ethnicities: African-American, American Indian/Alaska Native*, Asian & Pacific Islander American, and/or Hispanic American. Pell- grant eligible, minimum GPA 3.3, and planning on enrolling in a 4 year college. https://www.thegatesscholarship.org/scholarship

October

Oct. 1- Dec. 31 StraightForward Media Law Enforcement Scholarshipfor seniors looking at a career in law enforcement, apply online. http://www.straightforwardmedia.com/scholarships2/law-enforcement/index.php

October 1 Corporal Vada M. Kinman Olfield Scholarship- The high school senior applicant should submit a typed essay about an honorably discharged veteran. The title of the essay should be "Why this Nebraska veteran should be recognized and honored."  The title should appear at the top of the essay.  The essay should not exceed 1,000 words. Include a typed cover sheet with your name. If the honored veteran is deceased and buried at Fort McPherson National Cemetery (located in Maxwell, Nebraska), provide the grave number and mapped location.  Counselors will select the top two essays from their school and submit them to the North Platte Public Library, 120 West 4th Street, North Platte, NE 69101. http://apps.educationquest.org/pdfs/SQvada_kinman_oldfield.pdf

Oct. 1- March 1 Northeast Community College-online scholarship form, one time application for all scholarships, essay included.http://www.northeast.edu/Financial-Aid-and-Scholarships/Scholarships.aspx.

Oct. 2 Wendy's High School HeismanMust have at least a 3.0 average, must participate in at least one school-sponsored varsity sport, and demonstrate leadership in school. Student must designate one school representative to review their application. http://www.wendysheisman.com./

Oct. 4 U.S. Senate Youth Program Scholarship-2 students selected from Nebraska, must hold an office in a student organization (student council officer, class officer, NHS Officer, or student council representative,and must complete a brief test on American and Nebraska government. Mrs. Thompson has the application. https://www.education.ne.gov/ss/USSYP.html

Oct. 5 AES-Engineering Solutions Scholarship-Scholarship Criteria: Our belief is that achieving a high grade point average should not be the only criteria for determining who deserves to be helped. For that reason we are offering a scholarship that will be awarded on the basis of character, as determined by evaluated the essays that are submitted. Scholarships are intended for our future leaders across a wide spectrum of fields of study. You are not required to be taking Engineering courses to be eligible. How to Apply: Students must submit an essay of 500- 1000 words in answer to the following question: When you look back on your life in 30 years, what would it take for you to consider your life successful? What relationships or accomplishments will be important on this journey?
Amount of award: $500.00- Submit essay to: scholarships@aesengineers.com. There is no application packet for this award. Please do not include your resume at this time. http://www.aesengineers.com/scholarships.htm
Be sure to include your full names well as the name of the school you are attending this year and your plans for next year.

Oct. 9 Nebraska 529 College Savings Dear Grandchild Drawing- write a letter to your grandchild, great niece or nephew explaining your hopes and dreams for them and why higher education will be important. https://www.nest529direct.com/home/grow/scholarships--rewards.html

Oct. 15 -Dec.15 BK ScholarsGPA 2.5, passionate about serving your community. Recipients are selected based on their grade point average (GPA), work experience, extracurricular activities and community service.  Must be a Burger King employee or the child of an employee. http://www.bkmclamorefoundation.org/WhatWeDo/ScholarsProgram

Oct. 15 Nebraska Softball Foundation Scholarship-attend 4 year college in state of Nebraska, GPA 3.0, applicant must have been a member of Nebraska’s ASA the past and/or current year as a player, team manager, or umpire, short essays. Fillable forms online- http://www.nebraskasoftball.org/Info/FormsDocs.aspx

Oct. 15 Pat Swartz Scholarship Program-attend 4 year college in state of Nebraska, child of registered sports official of baseball, softball, or football, GPA 3.0, short essays. Fillable forms online- http://www.nebraskasoftball.org/Info/FormsDocs.aspx

Oct. 15 USD Priority Deadline for Online Scholarship Application- ACT 24, recommendations, and copy of transcript required.  Apply online: https://usd.scholarships.ngwebsolutions.com/CMXAdmin/Cmx_Content.aspx?cpId=407

Oct. 17-Jan. 5 Online GE Reagan Foundation Scholarshiphonors the legacy and character of the 40th President by rewarding seniors who demonstrate leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship in their school and community. 3.0 GPA and financial need. Apply online: https://www.reaganfoundation.org/education/scholarship-programs/ge-reagan-foundation-scholarship-program/

Oct. 25 AKSARBEN/Horatio Alger State Scholarship-students with financial need ($55,000 or lower adjusted gross family income), school and community involvement, GPA 2.0, and display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity. Pursuing a bachelor’s degree (can start at a two-year college). Amounts range from $6,000-$22,000. Criteria and online application at Mrs. Thompson also has application information. https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/about-our-scholarship-programs/state-scholarships/

Oct. 31 Coca Cola Scholars-Program will award scholarships to 250 seniors. They look for seniors who are well-rounded, leaders, actively involved in school, and their community service. Must have at least a 3.0 GPA. Must apply online at http://www.coca-colascholarsfoundation.org/applicants/before-you-apply/

Discover Colleges Scholarship Drawing-$2,500 private Christian college scholarship drawing log on at :www.discovercolleges.com

November 1 Nomination to U.S. Service Academies-In order to be considered for entry into one of our nation's service academies, applicants must obtain a nomination from the member of Congress who represents their community.

Nov.1- Feb. 1 Susan Thompson Buffet Scholarship open for application-Full Tuition Scholarship- must apply online- personal essay, 2 letters of reference, FAFSA information, 2.5or 80% GPA. and plan on attending a Nebraska state public college (2 or 4 year). Students do not need to be Pell Grant eligible to qualify, but the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) needs to be below $10,000 to apply. Calculate EFC: https://www.educationquest.org/resources/college-funding-estimator/.  If you get your tuition paid by a different scholarship you can apply this one towards room and board. Look at the eligibility & selection tab on the website http://buffettscholarships.org/college-scholarships

 

Get on the road to a bright financial future with the help of Financial Literacy Online. Successfully complete* a Financial Literacy Online course and you'll earn a chance at one of several $500 college scholarships through June 30! These short online courses include: budgeting, contracts, credit, credit history, financing education, identity theft, insurance, and starting a business. Check it out at https://fa.financialavenue.org/

Nov. 1 Creighton University Academic Scholarships-The information contained in your admissions file will be used to match you with the appropriate scholarships. This scholarship is based on academic record. To receive priority consideration for scholarships, you should submit the Application for Undergraduate Admission and Scholarship and all required credentials to the Office of Admissions by the postmark date of December 1. http://admissions.creighton.edu/apply/scholarships

Nov. 5 The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) student essay contestjuniors and seniors answer the essay question: Why is free speech important at our nation's colleges and universities? Using examples from both videos on the web page, discuss how censorship of student speech is incompatible with higher education. Your essay should be 800-1,000 words. For rules and instructions check out the website: https://www.thefire.org/student-network/essay-contest/

Nov. 8 Prudential Spirit of Community Award 7-12 graders may apply-recognize students for service to community and volunteerism, essays, state recipients move on to natinal level.  http://spirit.prudential.com/view/page/soc

Nov. 15- Feb. 1 FFA and Ag Related Scholarshipscomplete one application online and it will match you to scholarships that apply to you, many different scholarships offered in areas of agriculture, Ag business, food industry, diesel mechanics, forestry, wildlife management, animal science, engineering, and more. Some require FFA membership and others do not. Some of the sponsors include: Casey's, Ford Trucks, TSC, AGCO, Case IH, and Monsanto.They will score you on your GPA of 2.5 or greater, ACT score, class rank, community service, work experience, and leadership. Some scholarships have other guidelines. Go to the website and check out the guidebook and other helpful tools. Apply online https://www.ffa.org/scholarships

Nov. 15 Jeffrey S. Raikes Honors Program in Computer Science and Management at UNL-leading educational program for high ability students, ACT 31, top 10% of class, Planned major in: computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, business, mathematics or other related fields of study Scholarship program covers full room and board, book scholarship, and top internship placements. All applicants are encouraged to apply for tuition scholarships at UNL, program applications at http:///raikes.unl.edu

Nov. 15 KHOP (Kearney Health Opportunities Program)cooperative program between UNK and UNMC. Student gets tuition paid at UNK for undergraduate study and then they are guaranteed admission to the UNMC program that they are pursuing with a commitment to come back and work in rural Nebraska. Areas of application include clinical lab science, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, dental hygiene, and radiography. Check the UNK web site for more information:http://www.unk.edu/academics/health_sciences/scholarshipprograms.php

Nov. 15 KLOP (Kearney Law Opportunities Program)- Kearney Law Opportunities Program (KLOP) is a collaborative partnership between the University of Nebraska at Kearney and the University of Nebraska College of Law. It is designed to recruit students from rural areas and train them to become lawyers who will return and practice in their communities.  Participants receive their bachelor’s degrees at UNK and are then guaranteed admittance to the Nebraska College of Law.  Students selected for KLOP will receive a full tuition scholarship to UNK for up to 125 credit hours. High School GPA of 3.5 or above and at least a 27 on ACT.  http://www.unk.edu/offices/financial_aid/resident-specific-scholarships.php

 Nov. 15 RHOP deadline (Rural Health Opportunities Program) for persons interested in health careers. All applications due Nov. 15th- you must choose one state college for your application. If also applying for KHOP that is a seperate program. This program is in cooperation with CSC/WSC/PSC and the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Full tuition paid while attending the State College and guaranteed acceptance to UNMC. Program areas include: dentistry, dental hygiene, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, clinical lab science, physical therapy, physician's assistant, and radiography. Check each campus to see what is available. Usually the applicants GPA is 3.5 or above and ACT 24 or higher. Also included is an essay, 3 letter of recommendation, service and leadership activities. Application should be completed online. Go to each colleges website to see what programs they offer. http://www.csc.edu/sci/rhop/     http://www.peru.edu/rhop/                  https://www.wsc.edu/rhop        

Nov. 15 The Hagan Scholarship FoundationThe preferred recipient of a Hagan Scholarship will be a high achieving student with meaningful work experience who aspires to obtain a college education in order to realize his or her full potential. Nebraska resident, GPA 3.5 or higher, ACT 23 or higher, must enroll in a four year college the first semester after high school, FAFSA Expected Family Contribution (EFC) must be less than $7,500, and must apply for eligible Federal and State grants. More information can be found on their website. http://haganscholarships.org/

Nov.15 UNK Omaha World Herald/Kearney Hub Scholarship and Honors Program-UNK's most prestigious scholarship-several room waivers, full tuition, fees, and books. ACT 30, top 10% of class, leadership, essay. Student must be admitted to UNK and the UNK Honors program by Nov. 15 to be considered.  http://www.unk.edu/academics/honors/omaha_world_herald_kearney_hub_scholarship.php

Nov. 15 UNL Honors Program-book stipends for 4 years, 3.5 GPA, ACT 25 http://honors.unl.edu/prospective/

Nov.15 WSC Art & Design Scholarship- majoring in art studiio, art education, or graphic design, complete art scholarship application, 2 letters of recommendation, letter of interest, and 10 pictures of art design work in any media. https://www.wsc.edu/info/20078/art_and_design/605/art_department_scholarships

Nov. 21 ASA Secure Optimal Yield Scholarship: plan to study Ag, parent or student must be a member of the American Soybean Association, GPA 3.0, 2 letters of recommendation, active in extra-curricular activities, apply online https://soygrowers.com/award-programs/soy-scholarship/

Nov. 30 DAR Good Citizens Scholarship-teaching staff selects student applicant, must demonstrate service, dependability, leadership, and patriotism, service efforts, essay, 2 letters of recommendation, high school activities, and future plans.

Nov. 30 Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarshipany senior who meets the criteria can apply, Award based on Scholarship, Leadership, and Financial Need.  Parent does not have to be an Elk's member.  Application online: https://www.elks.org/scholars/scholarships/mvs.cfm

Nov. 30 Fontanelle Hybrids Essay Contest- for seniors who are active members of 4-H or FFA. 
Entrants must submit a 250-word essay answering “What has had the greatest impact on production agriculture in your local community over the last 80 years?” Entries must be well-written, demonstrate commitment to the agricultural community and articulate ideas for future involvement. Twenty students in Nebraska will be selected for a $1,000 scholarship. http://www.fontanelle.com/EssayContest/Pages/default.aspx

Nov. 30 WSC RLOP (Rural Law Opportunities Program)- dynamic partnership between Wayne State College and the University of Nebraska College of Law designed to recruit students from rural areas and train them to become lawyers that will return and practice in their communities.  Student obtains their bachelor's degree from WSC and then are guaranteed admiitance to Nebraska College of Law.  Strong academic potential, GPA, ACT score, essay, and  recommendations are all part of the selection process. https://www.wsc.edu/info/20025/natural_and_social_sciences/863/rural_law_opportunities_program_rlop

December 1 Air Force ROTC Scholarships-several full tuition, book fees, living expenses. ACT 27, GPA 3.59, top 19% of class. Apply online https://www.afrotc.com/scholarships. Air Force ROTC Nursing Scholarships-top 40% of class, ACT 24, good moral character

Dec. 1 American Quarter Horse Foundation Scholarships-several scholarships with different criteria, see web site to download list of criteria and requirements. www.aqha.com/foundation or contact 806-378-5029

Dec. 1 Huge- Nebraska Wesleyan University-up to $27,000 a year, renewable, ACT 28, top 20% of class, 2 essays, 2 letters of recommendation, finalists will interview. Check on NWU web site for more information.

Dec. 1 Nebraska State College System Governor’s Opportunity Award-Choose Chadron, Peru, or Wayne and apply to that college. Scholarship pays half-tuition for 4 years. ACT score between 21-24.  Applying to the college is your application for this scholarship.

Dec. 1- Feb. 22 Southeast Community College Online Scholarship Application-https://scc.scholarships.ngwebsolutions.com

Dec. 1 USD General Freshman Scholarship Application final deadline: http://admissions.usd.edu/cost-and-aid/scholarships.cfm

Dec. 1 Walmart Associate Scholarship- for employees of Walmart, must have worked there for 6 months, also consider financial need. http://programs.applyists.com/walmartassociate/

Dec. 1 WSC Rural Law Opportunities Program (RLOP)- designed to recruit students from rural areas and train them to become lawyers that will return totheir communities to practice.  Participants receive their bachelor's degree from WSC and will be guaranteed admission into Nebraska College of Law.

Dec. 1 Wayne State College Scholarships Application Due-Application to WSC, ACT scores, transcript, essay, 2 letters of recommendation, and a resume.  Online application at https://www.wsc.edu/scholarships or see Mrs. Thompson for copies.

Dec. 1 AXA Achievement Scholarship-one $10,000 state winner, $25,000 national winner, demonstrate ambition and self-drive as evidenced by outstanding achievement in an activity in the school, community, or workplace, be recommended by an unrelated adult who can attest to the student’s achievement. Application online at www.axa-achievement.com or Mrs. Thompson has a paper copy.

Dec. 15 Burger King Scholars Program-GPA 2.5, regular track scholarship and an employee track scholarship. https://www.scholarshipamerica.org/burgerkingscholars/information.php

Dec. 15 Peter Kiewit Institute (PKI) Walter Scott Scholarship-for students attending UNO College of Information Science and Technology or UNL College of Engineering. Need academic verification form, recommendation forms, and scholarship form completed. 3.5 GPA and ACT 30. All copies online https://pki.nebraska.edu/new/pages/admissions/scholarships-financial-aid/

Dec. 15 UNO College of Business Administration Scholars Academy- The priority deadline is December 15 and the final deadline is February 1.  Twenty students will receive a $2,500 scholarship each academic year and a one-time $2,000 scholarship to study abroad.  Advantages are mentors, internships, hands-on experiences, and working with a cohort of students.  Students with a 3.5 or higher GPA and a higher ACT with have the advantage, also requires an essay and recommendations.  http://www.unomaha.edu/college-of-business-administration/scholars-academy/

Dec. 1- Dec. 15 Varsity Tutors College Scholarship Contest- write a 200-900 word essay to a given prompt and if selected there will be online voting. http://www.varsitytutors.com/scholarship_entrants/new

Dec. 16 Footlocker Scholar Athletes Scholarship- Honors student athletes who demonstrate excellence in school, on their sports teams, and in the community. Open to students entering a 4 year college in the fall following graduation.  Must be involved in high school sports and have a GPA of at least 3.0. 20 awards of $20,000. Apply online: https://www.footlockerscholarathletes.com/

Dec. 31 AKSARBEN Scholars-Ag Leaders Scholarship- for a high school senior who has never participated in the AKSARBEN Purple Ribbon Auction, never been disqualified from the AKSARBEN Stock Show, participated in the AKSARBEN Stock Show 3 years, and an interest in agriculture or related field or a professional career in rural communities.  Apply online: http://www.aksarbenstockshow.com/p/getinvolved/aksarben-scholars-ag-leaders-scholarship/369

Dec. 31 Ann Ford and Allegra Ford Scholarship-$10,000 award to 2 high school seniors who have a documented learning disability, see web site for more information look under scholarships and awards at :http://www.ncld.org/about-us.

Dec. 31 CrossLites Scholarship: (Grades 9-12) open to all high school students, many different scholarship amounts, reflective essay on one of Dr. Parker's inspirational quotes found on the website. Submit essay online and mail in your transcript. http://www.crosslites.com/about-the-contest/

Dec. 31 SBO (School Band & Orchestra) Scholarship: (Grades 4-12 can applyWrite a short 250 essay about why we need music education in schools, apply and submit online at: http://sbomagazine.com/essay-contest-submission.html

January

ACE Scholarship-for students taking dual-credit second semester classes through NECC. Student or parents must qualify for a federal benefit program or provide summary of extreme hardship. See Mrs. Thompson to complete an online application.

Jan. 1 Elkhorn Valley Chapter of Delta Waterfowl- selection based on academics, community service, school activities, outdoor activities, need, and interest in wildlife conservation.  A one page essay is required.  Application in school counselor's office.

Jan. 1 National Wild Turkey Federation’s Academic ScholarshipNortheast NE Beards & Spurs- Scholarship opportunity for those interested in hunting and conservation, current hunting license, 3.0 or higher GPA, short essay, 3 letters of reference. Our local chapter is: Northeast NE Beards and Spurs. You do not have to be a member of the NWTF as stated on the application. The Northeast NE chapter will pay for your membership if you are selected. The forms online are fillable. Complete online and then print. Download forms at http://www.nwtf.org/resource-library/detail/jakes-scholarship-application.

Jan. 1 Nebraska Elks Association Vocational Scholarship-open to high school seniors who plan to attend a Trade School, Technical School or Community College. These grants are for seniors who plan to attend a two year or less vocational-technical program for an associate degree, diploma or certificate. It is not intended for students who will be attending a four-year college. You cannot submit applications to both the Vocational Scholarship and the Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship. One boy and one girl applicant will be submitted from each Nebraska Elks Lodge to the state association. Deadline for the application to be returned to the local Elks Lodge is January 1. Fillable application online http://nebraskaelks.org/.

Jan. 1 Terwilliger Foster Care Student Scholarship-Student must have been in Nebraska foster care system for at least 12 months, continuous or cumulative and demonstrate appropriate academic success. Applicants who have been legally adopted are eligible if they demonstrate financial need. Applicants need to attend one of the Nebraska University campuses.

Jan. 4 Buckle Excellence Scholarship- for an incoming UNK freshman majoring in Computer Science or Information Technology, top 20% of class, ACT score of 26 or higher with at least a 24 in math. Application can be found on the UNK website http://www.unk.edu/academics/csit/scholarships.php

Jan. 5 Online GE Reagan Foundation Scholarshiphonors the legacy and character of the 40th President by rewarding seniors who demonstrate leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship in their school and community. 3.0 GPA and financial need. Apply online:http://www.reaganfoundation.org/ge-rfscholarships.aspx

Jan. 6 Hispanic Scholarship Funds- Opens online application opens and is due March 30.  Check to see if you meet the criteria for select scholarships.  Must also complete FAFSA. https://www.hsf.net/en_US/scholarships

Jan. 6 Sustainable Agriculture ScholarshipInclude a resume, work experience, and an essay on your field of study and sustainable agriculture, 2 letters of recommendation, and transcript. Email the application and mail the letters of recommendation and transcript. http://www.annies.com/giving-back/agricultural-scholarships

Jan. 6 AGC Nebraska Chapter Scholarship: $1,000 scholarship available at every NE community college for a student enrolling in a construction related program.  NECC- building construction, diesel technology (truck, and welding.  SCC- building construction, diesel technology (truck or ag equipment, land surveying/civil engineering technology, and welding. Minimum GPA 2.0, 2 letters of reference, and copy of transcript.  http://www.agcne.org/agc-nebraska-scholarships

Jan. 6 Creighton University Supplemental Merit Scholarship Application- scholarships that require students to satisfy specific criteria and submit additional required materials.  https://admissions.creighton.edu/admissions-information/scholarships

Jan. 10 MilitaryVALoan.com Disability Scholarship Application: open to any seniors, GPA 3.0, submit an essay on how you or someone else you know overcame a disability to do something great.  Essay can be about anyone with the intention of disability awareness. Download application at http://www.militaryvaloan.com/disability-scholarships.html

Jan. 11 APIASF (Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund): be of Asian or Pacific Islander ethnicity, be a citizen of the United States, GPA 2.7, submit FAFSA, and one letter of recommendation. Several different scholarships to apply for online:http://www.apiasf.org/

Jan. 13 SACS for CF Scholarship- The undergraduate and graduate award is made annually to 30 people who strive for therapy adherence and academic success. Scholarships for students who have cystic fibrosis.   Essay, letter of diagnosis from physician, transcript, financial information. http://www.esiason.org/cf-living/scholarships/sacks-for-cf-scholarship

Jan. 14 Walter Scott Scholarship Program @ Hastings College-GPA 3.75, ACT 26, top 20% of class, complete application, and submit a resume. http://hastings.edu

Jan. 15 Chadron State Incoming Freshman Scholarships-applications online at http://www.csc.edu/start/finaid/scholarships/index.csc

Jan. 15 1800Wheelchair Scholarship GPA of 3.0 or higher, no requirement of physical disability or ability. Please write a poem, in a style of your choose, on the theme of overcoming a personal challenge. Please include a personal statement about yourself and how the poem reflects on your personal experience. The poem and essay should be at around 500 words, free feel to write a little more or less. Go to the following link: http://www.1800wheelchair.com/scholarship/

Jan. 15 J.B. Ferguson Golf Scholarship-Must be a participant in high school golf and plan to participate in a college golf program. Submit your application to your local Nebraska Elks Lodge. Your application must be signed by the Ex halted Ruler. Each lodge will submit only one application. Get application at: http://www.nebraskaelks.org/

Jan. 15 Nebraska Elks Past Exalted Ruler's Scholarship-Six one time grants are awarded (3 boy 3 girl) in the amount of $1,100 for the first place, $800 for second place, and $600 for third place winners at the state level. Applications must be received at a Nebraska Elks Lodge by January 15th. Be certain that the Exalted Ruler has signed and dated the application. Basic emphasis in judging will be on NEED.Student can be attending any type of college. http://nebraskaelks.org/

Jan. 15 Omaha Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women Scholarship- High school senior catholic woman should apply.  Application, transcript, personal essay, and priest evaluation. Mrs. Thompson has the application.

Jan. 15 Providian Medical ScholarshipTo apply for the scholarship, you must submit an original essay of up to 1,500 words that describes how medical equipment technology has changed the face of a college course and curriculum. Entries can also include a look toward the future and how this area of study will continue to evolve and advance. Applications will be reviewed by a selection committee made up of principles and employees of Providian Medical. The decision of the panel will be based on originality, research, and quality of the essay submitted. Any student planning for a medical or veterinary career is especially encouraged to enter, however, students on any career path are also welcome to apply. Must currently be enrolled in high school or college with at least a 3.0 GPA. http://www.providianmedical.com/providian-medical-scholarship/

Jan. 15 UNL General Scholarships Due-  your application plus a personal statement. http://financialaid.unl.edu/Freshman_Scholarship.shtml

Jan. 1- Jan. 15 Varsity Tutors College Scholarship Contest- write a 200-900 word essay to a given prompt and if selected there will be online voting. http://www.varsitytutors.com/scholarship_entrants/new

Jan. 15 Washington Crossing Foundation Scholarshipfor seniors who are thinking about careers of service in local, state, or federal government. Essay, 3 letters of recommendation, resume, and transcript. http://www.gwcf.org/AppDownload.html

Jan. 17 Wells Fargo Scholarship Program for People with Disabilities- scholarship program to help people with disabilities obtain the education or training necessary to succeed in the career path of their choice. Identified disability, 3.0 GPA, transcript, and financial information. https://scholarsapply.org/pwdscholarship/

Jan. 18 National MS Society Scholarship: student must have Multiple Sclerosis or a parent with MS. Apply online: http://www.nationalmssociety.org/Resources-Support/Insurance-and-Financial-Information/Financial-Resources/Scholarship-Program/Scholarship-Program-Information

Jan. 20 United States JCI Senate Foundation Scholarship- JCI Service group several $1,000 scholarships awarded, reference letters, personal essay.  List leadership, activities, and honors. Application due to the state chairperson by Jan. 20. Fillable application online. http://www.usjcisenate.org/index.php/programs/scholarship

Jan. 27 Nebraska Women's Amateur Golf Association Scholarship- for female seniors who have played high school golf.  Essay on golf experience and how you have benefited from golf.  GPA, ACT, and school activities will also be taken into consideration.  http://www.nwaga.org/scholarship.html

Jan. 27 UNL Agronomy & Horticulture Department Scholarship- incoming freshman apply, resume, goals, transcript, and ACT score. http://agronomy.unl.edu/scholarship

Jan. 30 College of St. Mary's Marie Curie Scholars Program- financial need, major in biology, chemistry, or math, 3.5 GPA, ACT 23, essay, letter of recommendation. Complete application online- http://www.csm.edu/admissions/affordability/marie-curie-scholarships

Jan. 31 Acacia Fraternity- Nebraska Chapter Scholarship- Three scholarships awarded to incoming freshman at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln who display excellence in academics, motivation for personal success with an interest in developing and applying leadership skills.These scholarship awards are not dependent on membership.  Submit application online: http://bit.ly/acacia_unl

Jan. 31 Association for Women in Mathematics Scholarship: open to students in 6-8 grade category and 9-12 grade category, the essay is primarily an essay of a women in the mathematics field which may include female math teachers, or applied math, engineering, finance, physics, or computer science. Get more information and submit online at:https://sites.google.com/site/awmmath/programs/essay-contest

Jan. 31 Doane Leadership Scholarship- recognize prospective students that demonstrate leadership.  $1,500 each year. Apply to Directions Program by Jan. 31, essay, resume, recommendation, introduction video, complete interview by Feb. 28. http://www.doane.edu/doanes-leadership-award

Jan. 31 NMC CAT Sponsorship &/or Caterpillar Scholarship-student must study diesel technology at Central Community College in Hastings, the sponsorship guarantees the student a job with NMC CAT after graduation and covers college tuition, books, tools, tool box ($15,000 value) and a paid internship . Online application http://www.nmc-corp.com/nmcstudentsponsorship/

Jan. 31 Norma Ross Walter Scholarship (Willa Cather Foundation)-female, GPA 3.0, English major. Selection is based on intellectual promise, creativity, and character of the applicant. High school transcript, three letters of recommendation, a five-page application, an essay for reason to be an English major, and an original 1500-word essay related to Cather works are also required. Application found at: https://www.willacather.org/learn/scholarships or see the counselor.

February 1 Chadron State CSC Theatre Assistantships-The Theatre Program at CSC awards a number of Assistantships to students who plan to or who currently major in Theatre. Theatre Assistantships will be awarded from the following sources: Tuition Waivers, Memorial Scholarships, Foundation Assistantships, Fine Arts Assistantships. These Assistantships are awarded on the basis of ability in Theatre, more than on financial need. https://csc.edu/vpa/theatre/assistantship.csc

February 1 America's Farmers Grow Ag Leaders Scholarship (Monsanto)- application open from Nov. 15- Feb. 1, minimum GPA 2.5, two farmer endorsements, do not have to be a FFA member. More info on their website http://www.americasfarmers.com/recognition-programs/grow-ag-leaders/

Februarygo to Sallie Mae website and use the scholarship search and automatically be in the monthly drawing for a $1,000, also has a parent's sweepstakes for $10,000 in college money. Website: http://go.salliemae.com/scholarship/default.aspx?dtd_cell=SMPLSHWBSMAL7452

Feb. 1 Chadron State Theatre Assistantships- major in theatre, awards based on abilities in theatre. http://www.csc.edu/finaid/documents/TheatreScholarship.pdf

Feb. 1 Clarkson College Scholarships- $2,000-$4,000 per semester, GPA 3.4, ACT 24, apply to Clarkson College and complete online scholarship application. http://www.clarksoncollege.edu/tuition-financial-aid/types-of-financial-aid/scholarships/

Feb. 1 Creighton University Academic Scholarshipsvisit college website. https://www.creighton.edu/financialaid/typesofaid/creightonscholarships/

Feb. 1 G. Robert Muchemore UNO Scholarship-Demonstrate financial need, top 10% of class, attend college full-time, applicants are considered for this award by applying to UNO by  March 1. http://www.unomaha.edu/admissions/financial-support-and-scholarships/types-of-aid/scholarships/uno.php#much

Feb. 1 Nebraska FCCLA ScholarshipsFor seniors active in FCCLA. Five scholarships available- FCS Education Major, Non-FCS Major, Student Body, Families First, and Financial Fitness. Go to: http://www.nebraskafccla.org/awards/individual/

Feb. 1 Nebraska Grain Sorghum Producers Association Annual Scholarship-pursuing a career in an Ag related field, parent must be a member of the Nebraska Grain Sorghum Producers Association, letter of recommendation. Application in guidance office. http://www.lewiston

Feb. 1 Nebraska Lumber Dealers Association Scholarship- student must be going into a building construction related field, recommendation page, application needs to be signed by a manager at Carhart Lumber in Norfolk. Application in guidance office or online: http://www.nlassn.org/nebraska-scholarship-program.html

Feb. 1 Nebraska Society of Professional Engineers Scholarship-must attend a 4 year engineering program that is accredidated by ABET-EAC, GPA 3.5, ACT math-29, English 29, 2 recommendations, essay. National scholarship information atwww.nspe.org. Nebraska application at http://nspenebraska.org/scholarship.html

Feb. 1 SportQuest Scholarship: The SportQuest Playing with Purpose Scholarship Program is the only national scholarship program that recognizes and rewards Christian athletes who are making a positive impact in their schools and communities. Applying athletes must meet ALL of the following criteria: Currently a high school sophomore, junior or senior 
Maintains a minimum "C" grade average or higher. Currently a varsity level athlete in one or more sports. A committed follower of Christ who embodies the Playing With Purpose message. Apply online: http://www.allamericanaward.org/.

Feb. 1 Susan Thompson Buffet Scholarship-(Money can applied towards tuition and housing). Apply online form Nov. 1- Feb. 1 http://www.buffettscholarships.org/, essay, 2 letters of reference, FAFSA information (copy of Student Aid Report due March 15), 2.5 GPA. and plan on attending a Nebraska  public college (2 or 4 year). Families whose FAFSA expected family contribution is less than $15,000 are encouraged to apply. Students do not need to be Pell Grant eligible to qualify.

Feb. 1 UNL, UNK, UNO Davis Chambers Scholarship- The Davis-Chambers Scholarship seeks to identify and attract talented Nebraska student scholars who have demonstrated knowledge and experience in cultural communities or backgrounds. Students selected for this scholarship will demonstrate:  Academic preparedness as demonstrated by their ACT/SAT scores, GPA, class rank; demographic diversity including geographic diversity, first generation status, low income, single family household; life experiences or involvement in diverse organizations or communities. Requirements: Take ACT or SAT on or before the December national test dates; apply for admission and be admitted to UNL by January 15, UNK/UNO by February 1; meet the school's minimum academic merit scholarship standards of 23 or better on the ACT and rank in the top 30% of graduating class.  However, all applicants will be given full consideration. Complete the Davis-Chambers Scholarship Application at: http://www.unomaha.edu/student-life/inclusion/_docs/Davis%20Chambers%20Freshman%202016.pdf

Feb. 1 UNO Alumni Association Scholarship-$2,500, ACT 24, The student must either rank in the top 25% of class or have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. Awarded to students that have demonstrated leadership and involvement during high school. http://unoalumni.org/scholarships/

Feb. 1 UNO General Academic Scholarships-must have submitted an application and ACT scores. http://www.unomaha.edu/admissions/financial-support-and-scholarships/types-of-aid/scholarships/index.php

 Feb. 2 ESE (Epsilon Sigma Alpha International) a leadership and service organizations provides various Nebraska scholarships. GPA 3.0 or higher and ACT score of 22 or higher. See the website for scholarship descriptions and requirements. http://www.epsilonsigmaalpha.org/scholarships-and-grants

Feb. 2 The Art Institute Culinary Scholarshipgo online to see the details of the competition. http://www.culinary.aischolarship.com/

Feb. 3 Elks Foundation Legacy Award Scholarship-Any child or grandchild (or step-child, step-grandchild, or legal ward) of a living Elk who joined the order on or before April 1, 2014, or a charter member of a Lodge that was instituted on or after April 1, 2014, is eligible to apply. Great-grandchildren are not eligible. Apply online: https://www.elks.org/scholars/scholarships/Legacy.cfm

Feb. 5 American Meteorological Society (AMS) Freshman Undergraduate Scholarshipplan to pursue a degree in the atmospheric or related oceanic or hydrologic sciences. Visit website for application and instructions http://instructions httpwww.ametsoc.org/amsstudentinfo/scholfeldocs/freshundergradscholarhip.html.

Feb. 5 Winfield Solutions Ag Scholarship-pursuing a degree in agronomy, crop production, or closely related fields, 2 character reference forms, essay. https://www.winfield.com/cs/groups/lolweb/documents/document/ml8x/nte3/~edisp/36142_1517851.pdf

 Feb. 6 Cabela's Women in Leadership Scholarship- the purpose is to identify young women who have the potential to become tomorrow's leaders.  Scholarship assists to provide $10,000 in academic support and also provides professional support. Scholarship committee looks at academics, leadership, community involvement, personal qualities, letters of recommendation, and an essay. http://www.thehugefoundation.org/scholarships/

Feb. 9 RMEL Foundation Scholarship-for students entering engineering, business, information systems, plant, line or distribution technology, line worker or other area related to electric energy industry. Fillable online application:https://www.rmel.org/RMEL/RMEL_Foundation/Scholarships/RMEL/RMEL_Foundation/2016_Scholarship_Application.aspx?hkey=56b4baf8-9ffe-4096-a7f7-26f5bdc20bd9

Feb. 10 HyVee Foundation Scholarshipsenior must be an employee or their parent is an employee of Hy-Vee. Personal statement, resume, transcript, ACT score, plan on attending a 4 year college, and a personal reference. http://www.hy-vee.com/company/scholarships/default.aspx

Feb. 10 Nebraska Rural Community Schools Association (NRCSA)
*Gary Fisher Fine Arts Scholarship (Visual and Performing)-one application per school, planning to major in fine or performance arts, 3 letters of recommendation. Online at: http://www.nrcsa.net/about/scholarshipsandawards.htm
*NRCSA Scholarship- 1 male and 1 female per school, GPA 3.5, ACT 22, enter field of education, 3-4 letters of recommendation. All applications need to be turned into Mrs. Thompson.. Go online at: http://www.nrcsa.net/about/scholarshipsandawards.htm

Feb. 13 Scholarships for Military Children/Fisher House Foundation-If your mother or father is active duty, reserve/guard, or retired military personnel or you are the survivor of a deceased member, and you have a military dependent I.D. card you can apply! You must be planning to attend a U.S. college or university on a full-time basis. See website for instructions and application: http://www.militaryscholar.org/.

Feb. 14 Central Community College ACT or COMPASS Test Advantage Scholarship-ACT 21 or above, GPA 2.5, ACT scores have to be sent to CCC to receive an application or COMPASS scores: Writing 62, Reading 76, Pre-Algebra 49/Algebra 20 and a GPA of 2.5 or higher with COMPASS scores sent to CCC to get an application.

Feb. 15 NAIFA (Nebraska Association Insurance/Financial Advisors)-preference given to candidates interested in education, business management/finance, marketing/sales, or actuarial studies, attend a Nebraska college, above average GPA, and good character.application website http://www.naifanet.com/page.cfm?usr=300000&pageid=1648 or in the guidance office.

Feb. 17 Nebraska Press Association Foundation Scholarship-pursuing a career in print journalism (interest in news, editorial, photography, circulation, production, or advertising careers at a newspaper), letter of reference, essay. Application in guidance office or complete the form online at http://www.nebpress.com/

Feb. 19 Jamie Harper Nebraska Children's Groundwater Festival Scholarship-. Prefer water resources related field. http://cpnrd.org/jh-school-program/

Feb. 21 Bill Lewis Scholarship (NHSOA)- The Bill Lewis Scholarship is intended to provide financial assistance for the education of dependents of current and past officials registered with the NSAA.  Criteria: Financial need; citizenship; leadership, career goals; academic achievement (GPA, class ranking and ACT), and extracurricular activities.  Transcript and statement of financial need required. http://www.nhsoahome.org/

Feb. 22 Southeast Community College-online application gives consideration for SCC scholarships. Apply online Dec. 1-Feb. 22 at: https://scc.scholarships.ngwebsolutions.com.

Feb. 24 Nebraska Line Workers Scholarship- Scholarship administered by Mid-Nebraska Community Foundation.  Applicants must be pursuing training in a utility line program in Nebraska. Letters of recommendation, resume, and short biographical sketch about yourself.  Application in school counseling office.

Feb. 25 The Gallery Collection Create a Greeting Card $10,000 Scholarship:(9-12 graderssee website for scholarship details.Contest submissions accepted from April 14- February 18. Submit photo, artwork or computer graphic for
the front of a greeting card
. One entry per person. Prefer online entry or you may mail your artwork.  See online rules. http://www.gallerycollection.com/greeting-cards-scholarship.htm

Feb. 26 TESORO Youth Leadership Awards- 20 scholarships awarded to seniors.  Looks at leadership, school and community activities, financial need, integrity, and respect. GPA 3.0, transcript, financial need form, essay, photo, and a recommendation. http://nshssfoundation.org/resources/tesoro-youth-leadership-awards/

Feb. 27 Buick Achievers Scholarship Program- plan to enroll at a 4 year college or university, eligible majors- automotive technology, engineering, graphic design, information technology, industrial design, business, computer science (more details on the website), financial need considered, leadership, community service, and academic achievement. Also consideration given to first generation college students, females, or minorities. Apply online: http://www.buickachievers.com/

Feb. 28 Nebraska Horse Roping Association Scholarship-ACT 26, upper 1/4 of class, 2 letters of recommendation, essay. Application in guidance office or online- http://nebraskaquarterhorse.com/About-Us/Scholarships

March- Americorp Education Award- $4,725 college scholarship for 1,700 hours of work for the Americorps National Service in a period of nine months, while working in these U.S. Government sponsored program you will receive in addition to the scholarship award a living allowance, room and board, health care, and will learn skills from construction to tutoring to environmental conservation, first aid among others. This is an excellent way to learn and earn even through you would need to defer college for one year. A good opportunity to gain work experience and earn money for college. It is similar to the Peace Corps except that all the work is done in the USA. Go online to learn more:http://www.americorps.gov/for_individuals/benefits/benefits_ed_award_details.asp.

March- The Nebraska Bankers Association- The Nebraska Bankers Association along with the University of Nebraska Foundation sponsor many scholarships and internships. To learn more you have to contact the University campus individually at UNO, UNK, or UNL.

Opens in March 1-The Society for Women Engineers Scholarship Online Applicationfor women entering careers in engineering, engineering technology, or computer science. Must be an ABET accredited university or college. See website:https://scholarships.swe.org/applications/login.asp.

March 1 American Legion Children of Warriors National President's Scholarship- student must be a have a parent, grandparent, or great-grandparent that served in the military, looking for students who excel academically and who have community service. Letters of recommendation, essay, transcript, and 50 hours of community service.  Online fillable application: https://www.alaforveterans.org/Scholarships/Children-of-Warriors-National-Presidents--Scholarship/

March 1- Nebraska Department American Legion Auxiliary Scholarships- to submit a student must be connected to a veteran.Forms due to local legion before March 1.  Applications located at: http://nebraskalegionaux.net/documents%20-%20forms/Scholarships.htm

  • Vocational Technical College Scholarship
  • Nurses Scholarship
  • several more scholarships available for students related to a veteran

March 1 The American Legion Eagle Scout of the Year Nomination-active Boy Scout, received Eagle Scout Award, received religious emblem, demonstrated citizenship, at least 15 years old. Application must be sent to Nebraska American Legion Department Headquarters. Forms fillable online: http://www.legion.org/publications/223495/eagle-scout-year-nomination-form-2016

March 1 Cargill Global Scholars- financial, leadership, and mentoriung program.  Must be attending UNL.  Multiple fields of study accepted, and demonstrate financial need.  Check website for more guidelines: https://www.cargillglobalscholars.com/scholarship/

March 1 Central Community College General Scholarships-student should complete application for admission first. Applications online: www.cccneb.edu/financialaid or in the guidance office. They prefer the online application. This one time application serves as the application for all general scholarships.

March 1 Engebretson Foundation Scholarshipapplicants must meet the following criteria to be considered: financial need, academic merit-28 or higher on ACT, 3.75 GPA, and/or top 5% of class, leadership potential -activities, community service, teacher recommendation. http://engebretsonfoundation.org/

March 1 Farmers Pride Scholarship-pursuing an Ag related program at a Nebraska College. Application in the school counseling office.

March 1 Goodrich Program UNO- both a merit and financial need scholarship. Personal life experience essay and interview.  The program provides tuition/fees scholarship, a rigorous general education curriculum, and academic support services to academically achieving or academically motivated Nebraska residents with financial need. Any questions call  402.554.2274. . Online application: http://www.unomaha.edu/college-of-public-affairs-and-community-service/goodrich-scholarship-program/index.php

March 1 GPACAC (Great Plains Association for College Admission Counseling) Scholarship-ACT score between 21-28, GPA 3.0, essay. Application at:http://www.gpacac.net/scholarships

March 1 Hixson-Lied Undergraduate Scholarship Program UNL-merit/talent based on audition or portfolio, students studying Art, Film and New Media, Theatre, Design/Tech, Music Composition, Theatre Performance or Music, 2 letters of recommendation. Applications at: http://arts.unl.edu/hlfpa/hixson-lied-undergraduate-scholarships

March 1 Independent Insurance Agents of Nebraska (Chet Linder Memorial) Scholarship- student must major in business or business-related field, need recommendations and a resume.  http://www.iian.org/Information/Pages/News/Scholarships/default.aspx

March 1 Life Lessons Scholarship- apply online Feb.1-March 1. For students who have lost a parent-n 500 words or less or a 3 minute video, please discuss how the death of your parent or guardian affected your life financially and emotionally. To view full description of requirements go to website: http://www.lifehappens.org/life-lessons-scholarship-program/

March 1 Maynard Jensen American Legion Memorial Scholarship Program-applicants must be sons,daughters,grandchildren, great-grandchildren, step or adopted children of members of Department of Nebraska, The American Legion or POW, MIA, KIA, or any veteran that was a current Legion member at the time of death. Based on financial need, academic achievement, and extracurricular activities. Application in guidance office or online: http://www.nebraskalegion.net/Programs/Scholarships.html

March 1 Marine Corps Foundation Scholarship- must be the child of an active, reserve, or veteran Marine or active duty, reserve, or veteran of a U.S. Navy Corpsman that served with a Marines unit.  GPA 2.0, family gross income below $96,000.  See website for more information https://www.mcsf.org/apply/eligibility/

March 1 Nebraska Academy of Sciences-6 different scholarships are available, letters of recommendation needed, see website for description of each scholarship and science essay topic. http://nebraskaacademyofsciences.wildapricot.org/GrantsandScholarships

March 1 NACO (Nebraska Association of County Officials) Scholarship-children/step children of a current Nebraska county official or employee may apply, essay, transcript, ACT, 2 letters of recommendation, and attend a college in Nebraska. Application in guidance office. http://www.nacone.org/webpages/services/scholarship.html

March 1 Nebraska Farm Bureau Young Farmers & Ranchers Greater Horizon Scholarship-family member of the county Farm Bureau in Nebraska or have own membership, enrolling in an agriculture field of studies and returning to production agriculture. Three letters of reference, transcript, and demonstrated leadership in activities or work experience. Application in guidance office. https://www.nefbfoundation.org/scholarships-awards/for-students

March 1 Nebraska Farm Bureau Scholarships for Madison County- family a member of Madison County Farm Bureau is preferred, student studying an Ag related field, resume, 2 letters of recommendation, personal statement, transcript, and ACT score.  https://www.nefbfoundation.org/county-scholarships

March 1 NECC (Northeast Community College) Scholarshiponline application gives consideration for NECC scholarships. http://northeast.edu/Financial-Aid-and-Scholarships/Scholarships.aspx

March 1 NECC Merit Scholarships- Board of Governor's ACT 23 or higher, President's Early Entry- ACT 18 or higher and have taken a NECC dual-credit class with a "B" average. https://northeast.edu/Financial-Aid-and-Scholarships/Merit_Scholarships_Waivers_Grants.aspx

March 1 Nucor Scholarship-apply online at: https://scholarshipapply.nucor.com/. All required documents should be given to the local HR Administrator for review.

March 1 PDK Prospective Educator Scholarship Program-plan to pursue a degree in teaching, essay, 2 letters of recommendation, (parent or grandparent is a Kappan or reference letter written by a Kappan). Application online- http://pdkintl.org/programs-resources/scholarships-awards/prospective-educator-scholarships/

March 1 Titan Machinery Scholarship Sponsorship Program- students who are going to go to Central Community College in Hastings to study Diesel Technology should apply. They will select 15-20 students and pay for their tuition, fees, books, and tools. Student must work for a Titan machinery dealership for 2 years after graduation. http://www.cccneb.edu/Diesel

March 1 UNK General Scholarships Due- http://www.unk.edu/offices/financial_aid/incoming-freshman-scholarships.php

March 2 State Farm Good Neighbor Scholarship- for students planning on attending a 2 or 4 year college or technical school with a GPA between 2.5 and 3.2.  Focus is on seniors who are leaders, involved in school and community, their career goals, and those that have financial need or special family/personal circumstances.  Apply online: https://www.scholarshipamerica.org/statefarmgoodneighborscholarship/

March 2 Oxbow Scholarship-student pursuing career in pet industry, or animal health and nutrition. Information online: http://www.oxbowanimalhealth.com/old/community/oxbow_academy/scholarships

March 3 Pat Tillman Foundation-Tillman Military Scholars- open online Feb. 3- March 3, veterans and active service members and spouses of service members may apply. Application opens online on this date. Criteria: unmet financial need, career ambitions, essay, personal achievement, and community service.www.pattillmanfoundation.org.

March 3 Nebraska 4-H Legacy Scholarship- must be attending UNL, 4-H member all 4 years of high school, leadership, preference given to first generation college students. http://ne4hfoundation.org/recognition/

March 3 Rose & Guy Richard McDonald Scholarship- must be a 4-H member.  Application online: http://ne4hfoundation.org/recognition/

March 8 Frame My Future Scholarship- open Oct.1- March 8 Show your creativity and win a $1,000 scholarship.  The entry piece can be, including but not limited to, a photograph, collage, poem, drawing, painting, graphic design piece, short typed explanation. (b) In the Entry Piece you must demonstrate: This is how I Frame My Future. (c) Sponsor will be looking for a creative, original and convincing approach to persuade them that you are a “success-driven” student. http://www.diplomaframe.com/contests/frame-my-future-scholarship-contest-2016.aspx

March 10 Scott Mecham Better Business Bureau Student Integrity Awards- high school junior or senior, award based on student's values, leadership and integrity, have teacher, principal, or counselor fill out the nomination form, 2 letters of recommendation, and listing of achievements and activities, essay, copy of transcript and ACT score. Application in guidance office or online: http://www.bbb.org/nebraska/for-businesses/programs-services/bbb-awards-pages/student-of-integrity-award-scholarships/

March 10 UCB Family Epilepsy Scholarship Program-must be a person with epilepsy or a family member/caregiver of a person living with epilepsy, essay, letters of recommendation, and transcript. Apply online:http://www.ucbepilepsyscholarship.com/ProgramInformation.aspx.

March 13 Nebraska Legal Professionals Association Scholarship-entering pre-law, paralegal, legal secretary, criminal justice, or a law related program. http://www.nebraskalegalprofessionals.org/LLPA/scholarship

March 15 Central Valley Ag-for students pursuing a degree in the field of agriculture. Parent is a current stockholder of CVS oer an employee.  Student involvement in ag related activities.  Application at the guidance office. GPA at least 80%.  Fillable application online:http://www.cvacoop.com/careers/scholarship/

March 15 CPCU-Lawrence "Larry" Frazier Memorial Scholarship-preference given to majors in aviation, insurance, or law, prefer applicant to have participated in Boy Scouts/ Girls Scouts/ or Debate. Financial information and essay. http://www.lcf.org/page.aspx?pid=477

March 15 Gladys D. Goodson Scholarship- pursing a degree in nursing, college in Nebraska, 3.0 GPA, financial need.  https://www.lcf.org/page.aspx?pid=479&ScholarshipHeaderID=533&fiscalPeriod=2017

March 15 John Breslow Scholarship-employee or dependent of employee of Matheson/Linweld, preference given to majors in welding, industrial distribution, or related field, financial information, and 2 letters of recommendation. https://www.lcf.org/page.aspx?pid=479&ScholarshipHeaderID=538&fiscalPeriod=2017

March 15 Nebraska Aviation and Trades Association Scholarship-applicant must get a signature from a member of the Nebraska Aviation Trades Association (guidance office has a list), essay, and list of scholastic achievements. http://gonata.net/scholarship.html

March 15 Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation Huss Family Scholarship- for a senior going to UNL majoring in animal science and preparing for a career in agriculture, "C" average, beef industry involvement, academics, and financial need. Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship- attend UNL and major in Ag. http://nebraskacattlemen.org/ncfscholarships.aspx

March 15 Nebraska Cattlemen Research and Education Scholarships- high school senior with a "C" average, beef industry experience, prefer studying an Ag related field. http://nebraskacattlemen.org/ncfscholarships.aspx

March 16- July 15 Duck Brand Duct Tape Stuck at Prom ContestThe Duck Brand Duct Tape Stuck on Prom Contest is open to students age 14 years or older who are attending a high school prom in the spring. Entrants must enter as a couple (two individuals) and attend a high school prom wearing complete attire or accessories made from duct tape. The submission must include a color photograph of the couple together in prom attire. The first place prize consists of a $10,000 scholarship for each member of the winning couple and a $5,000 cash prize to the school that hosted the prom. Other prizes include $5,000 for second place, and  $3,000 for third. The Duck Tape contest web site includes photographs of the winning costumes.  http://stuckatprom.com/

March 30 Battle Creek Betterment Club-senior that plans on attending NECC. Two scholarships awarded. Application in guidance office.

March 30 Hispanic Scholarship Funds- Check to see if you meet the criteria for select scholarships.  Must also complete FAFSA. https://www.hsf.net/en_US/scholarships

March 30 St. Patrick's Alter Society Scholarship-any Catholic senior who is an active member of St. Patrick's or St. Francis de Sales Parish may apply. Application in guidance office.

March 31 Balanced Man Scholarship of Sigma Phi Epsilon-for male students planning on attending the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, show a strong commitment to personal and academic development, and essay. Application in the guidance office.

March 31 Boomer Esiason Foundation Scholarshipto assist cystic fibrosis patients to pursue a college degree, letter from a physician, essay, parents income verification, and transcript.  Based on need and academic accomplishments. https://www.esiason.org/cf-living/scholarships

March 31 CHS Foundation Scholarship- for students majoring in an agriculture field, transcript, 2 letters of recommendation, and an essay.http://www.chsinc.com/stewardship/leadership-development/scholarships

March 31 Constance K. Rife Scholarship: Online application for a Nebraska female senior golfer, GPA 3.0, letter of recommendation. Applications online at http://simplygolf.us/

March 31 Faith Regional Volunteer Services Scholarships (10 annually)- Scholarship criteria includes how many hours were volunteered at Faith Regional (min. 110 hours), attendance record for volunteer services, leadership, academics, future goals in Health Care, and community activities. http://frhs.org/job-opportunities/volunteer-opportunities/volunteer-scholarships/

March 31 Janice M. Scott Memorial Scholarship Fundseveral national scholarships available for $2,500, GPA 3.0, going to a four year college, leadership/involvement in activities, financial need (combined adjusted income of parents $50,000 or less), letters of recommendation, and essay. https://jmscottmemorialfund.org/

March 31 Nebraska Insurance Federation and Nebraska Actuaries Club Scholarship-2 different scholarships, for insurance one must attend one of the Nebraska University campuses, the actuary one requires college in Nebraska. Major in actuary science, math, statistics, or economics with interest in pursuing an actuary career. Application and information available at: www.n-a-c.org.

March 31 Nebraska School Counselor Association Scholarship-write an essay that describes how a school counselor or school counseling program has assisted you to plan/decide/resolve/grow in an area of your life. http://neschoolcounselor.org/scholarships.asp

March 31 Nebraska Society of Mayflower Descendants Burt & Becky Whedon Memorial Scholarship- Mayflower ancestry NOT a requirement.  Student must be planning on attending a 4 year college. Evaluated on essay, GPA, Class rank, ACT score, honors, activities, leadership, and a letter of recommendation. http://nebraskamayflower.org/scholarship/

March 31 Prince Hall Education Foundation of Nebraska Scholarshipapplicants must be a minority, GPA 2.5, based on scholastic achievement, leadership qualities, and community involvement. See Mrs. Thompson for an application. http://www.phefne.org/scholarship-recipient

March 31 RGA Memorial Scholarship- Student must be pursing a career in mechanical, electrical, or architectural engineering at either UNL, UNO, Kansas State, Iowa State, or the University of Iowa.     ACT 24, GPA 3.0, essay, resume, financial information, and letters of recommendation. http://www.rgascholarship.org/    Student must be pursing a career in mechanical, electrical or architectural engineering at the University of Nebraska System, University of Iowa, Iowa State University, or Kansas State University

March 31 UNK Opportunity Fund-Must graduate from a NE Class D or C school, admitted to UNK, must not be receiving any merit academic scholarships from UNK, must show financial need. Must be nominated by high school guidance counselor.

April 1 Alpha Gamma Sigma ScholarshipFor male students planning to attend UNL and have an interest in the Greek system should apply. Submit essay, GPA, and ACT score. Application in the guidance office.

April 1 Battle Creek Public School Foundation Scholarshipgraduate of Battle Creek Public Schools, GPA 2.5, and must attend college the next term following graduation. Applications are available in the guidance office.

April 1 Boomer Esiason Foundation Scholarshipto assist cystic fibrosis patients to pursue a college degree, letter from a physician, essay, parents income verification, and transcript.  Based on need and academic accomplishments. http://esiason.org/thriving-with-cf/scholarships.php

April 1 Chief Standing Bear Journey Scholarship- The Chief Standing Bear Journey for Justice Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to traditional and non-traditional students of Native American heritage who are residing in the state of Nebraska. Recipients must use the scholarship to attend an accredited community college, college/university, technical college/school or vocational school to pursue a degree or certificate program. Three scholarships of $1,500 will be awarded to students who demonstrate qualities of leadership, character and academic accomplishment, and who need financial assistance to meet their educational goals. http://www.nebcommfound.org/affiliated-funds/find/details/2857/

April 1 CHS Foundation Scholarship- for students majoring in an agriculture field, transcript, 2 letters of recommendation, and an essay. http://www.chsinc.com/~/media/chs%20inc/files/pdfs/stewardship/2015-2016%20chs%20fdtn%20scholarship%20guidelines.ashx

April 1 Elkhorn Valley Chapter of Delta Waterfowl Scholarship- based on academics, community service, school activities, outdoor activities, and interest and involvement in wildlife conservation.  Applications in school counselor's office.

April 1 Leta Hollingworth Scholarship (Offered through the NE Association for the Gifted)- for high ability students who have distinguished him or herself through outstanding achievement, accomplishment, or unusual ability.  Requires as essay or drawing, recommendations, resume, and transcript.  Counseling office will distribute applications to students who are eligible to apply.

April 1 Lincoln Builders Bureau Educational Scholarship-applicants must be an employee of a Lincoln Builders Bureau member company, or the child of an employee; awards based on academic performance, work experience, community involvement and career goals. See website:http://www.buildersbureau.com/ or the school counselor office.

April 1 Midwest Dairy Association Nebraska Division- for students studying the dairy field or if parent is a dairy farmer with a producer that funds Midwest Dairy Association.  Essay required.  Go to the website Nebraska Division for more information. https://www.midwestdairy.com/for-farmers/scholarships/

April 1 Nebraska Quarter Horse Association Youth Scholarship- qualified seniors must write a personal statement about their involvement with horses and the HQHA.  Also a statement about school and community involvement.  http://nebraskaquarterhorse.com/About-Us/Scholarships

April 1 Nebraska Seed Trade Association Scholarship-Students applying for the Nebraska Seed Trade Association Freshman Scholarship must be a new student enrolling at the University of Nebraska. They must possess a strong interest in the area of seed industry, crop production, seed technology, or plant breeding and major in a degree program offered by the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Nebraska. Fillable application: http://neseedtrade.org/scholarship.htm

April 1 Steve F. Wemhoff Memorial Scholarship-"B" average, leadership, financial need, and essay. Application in the school counselor office.

April 1 Walmart Dependent Scholarship- must be a dependent of a Walmart employee and  have financial need.  See website for guidelines: http://programs.applyists.com/walmartdependent/

April 3 Nebraska Foster Care & Adoptive Parent Association Scholarship- for an adoptive, foster, guardianship, or kinship student.  See website for details: http://nfapa.org/what_we_do/scholarship-programs.html

April 7 AFSA High School Senior ScholarshipEntries accepted September 7-April 7. Sponsored by the American Fire Sprinkler Association. Any senior can apply. Go online to their site, read an essay, take an online quiz, and get an entry for each question you answer correctly. https://www.afsascholarship.org/high-school-contest/

April 7 Johhny Baxter Carriage House Foundation Scholarship-automotive related study at a Nebraska Community College, letter of recommendation, reference letter from a New Car Dealer. Application in the school counselor office.

April 8 Northeast Nebraska Chapter UNL Alumni Association Scholarship-plan on attending UNL, essay. Application in the school counselor office.

April 10 Ed Johnson Memorial Scholarship Award- The award is based on the following criteria: excellence in scholarship, leadership, sportsmanship, loyalty and citizenship. The student athlete nominated need not be a starter on the team, but must be a senior boy's basketball player. Coaches are encouraged to nominate a player or players who they feel would qualify for this award.  https://www.ncacoach.org/edjohnson.php

April 10 Nebraskans For Peace Scholarship-The awards, based upon written essays, will be evenly divided among the three congressional districts. The essay is based on one of the priorities listed on the Nebraskans for Peace webpage. The recipients will be students who wish to further their education in an area consistent with the mission of Nebraskans for Peace: peace with justice through community building, education and political action. http://nebraskansforpeace.org/

April 10 Nebraska State Volunteer Firefighters' Association Auxiliary Scholarship-GPA 2.5, 2 letters of reference, essay, and transcript. Application in the school counselor office. http://www.nsvfa.org/ne-ff-aux.htm

April 13 James M. Cox Scholarship-considers students with financial need, FAFSA, SAR (Student Aid Report), essay, letters of recommendation. Application in the school counselor office.

April 14 Meadow Grove Credit Union Scholarship-member of the credit union, must be studying a field of business or finance, short essay. Application in the school counselor office.

April 14 Nebraska Coaches Association Lincoln Country Inn and Suites Scholarship Award-eight $1000 scholarships will be awarded. Requirements are top 25% of class, ACT 24, one letter of recommendation from a coach, participated in two sports for at least two years and lettered in two sports.  https://www.ncacoach.org/lincolninnsuites.php

April 14 Northeast Nebraska Ag Community Scholarship- at least a "C" average; resident of Madison, Wayne, Stanton, Pierce, Antelope, Boone, or northern Platte County; essay, and ag industry letter of reference.  Application in guidance office or call the Norfolk Area Chamber of Commerce (371-4862) or Madison Chamber of Commerce (454-2251).

April 15 American Legion Legacy Scholarship- student's parent/step-parent must be active military or reservists to apply.  Application online- http://www.legion.org/scholarships/legacy

April 15 Battle Creek Booster Club Scholarship-student athletes must have lettered at least one year before senior year and in one sport their senior year, cheerleaders and dance team may also apply. Application in school counselor office.

April 15 Battle Creek Education Association Scholarship-for students pursuing a career in teaching. Applications in school counselor office.

April 15 Battle Creek High School Science Scholarship- this scholarship is sponsored by Bob Stranghoener a past BCHS science teacher.   The student must have taken 4 or more years of science.  The award goes to the student with the best cumulative science GPA. Applications in the school counselor office.

April 15 Battle Creek Knights of Columbus Scholarship-any Catholic high school senior who is a member of either St. Patrick's or St. Francis de Sales Parish. Application in the school counselor office.

April 15 Battle Creek Music Boosters Scholarship-student must have completed 6-8 semesters of band or vocal music. Application in school counselor office.

April 15 Battle Creek Speech and Drama Booster Club Scholarship-must have participated in any of the following: Speech or Drama. Application in the school counselor office.

April 15 Battle Creek Student Council Scholarship-must be an active member in student council. Application in school counselor office.

April 15 Constance K. Rife Scholarship: Online link opens March 1. female senior golfer, GPA 3.0, letter of recommendation. Applications online at http://simplygolf.us/

April 15 Discover Student Loans Scholarship Program- Site application opens Jan. 15. High school seniors who are US Citizens, can only enter once.  https://aim.applyists.net/Account/LogOn?ReturnUrl=%2fDSL

April 15 Eugene & Carolyn Prauner Family Scholarship- open to Battle Creek seniors, list school and community involvement, and answer two other brief questions. Scholarship funds are awarded through the Battle Creek School Foundation.  Application in the school counselor office.

April 15 Holocaust Remembrance Project Essay Contest-
The Holocaust Remembrance Project Essay Contest is designed to encourage and promote the study of the Holocaust. Ten first place winners receive an all-expense-paid trip to Washington DC to visit the US Holocaust Memorial Museum and scholarships of $1,000 to $5,000. The contest is open to all residents of the United States and Mexico, and also to US Citizens living abroad. Candidates should be enrolled in high school (grades 9-12) and age 19 or younger. The deadline is April 15. For more information, send email to holocaust@hklaw.com.
http://holocaust.hklaw.com/

April 15 Hughes Family Scholarship- open to Battle Creek High School senior, lists school and community involvement, and answer 2 brief statements.  Scholarship need taken into account.  Awarded through the Battle Creek School Foundation. Application in school counselor office.

April 15 Jim Gray Jr. Memorial Scholarship-list contributions to Battle Creek High School and the community of Battle Creek, there are also two other brief statements in application. Scholarship funds are awarded through the Battle Creek School Foundation.  Application in the school counselor office.

April 15 Joshua Benson Memorial Scholarship-involved in a form of martial arts, good character, involvement in activities and plan to attend an accredited institution in the fall. Application available in the school counselor office.

April 15 Kropp Family Scholarship- Battle Creek Senior, GPA 3.0,. declared education major. Scholarship funds are awarded through the Battle Creek School Foundation.  Applications in the school counselor office.

April 15 "Live Like Marcus" Memorial Scholarship- Battle Creek senior boy who participated in football, demonstrates strength of character, involved in school and community activities.  Scholarship funds are awarded through the Battle Creek School Foundation.  Application available in school counselor office.

April 15 Michael Peters Memorial ~ Donate Life Nebraska Scholarship- GPA 2.5 or above, persuasive essay on organ transplants and the importance of registering to donate. http://www.donatelifenebraska.com/get-involved/michael-peters-memorial-donate-life-nebraska-scholarship

April 15 Mid-States Conference Scholarship- application open to any senior who has participated in Mid-States Conference activities through their senior year. One boy and one girl will be chosen for the scholarship. Application in the school counselor office.

April 15 Nebraska Agri-Women Scholarship-student must plan on pursuing an Ag related degree from a Nebraska college, brief essay. Application in the school counselor office

April 15 Nebraska Cooperative Council Education Foundation Scholarship Program-for children of parents who have been members/directors/employees fro 3 years of a cooperative in good standing as a member of the Nebraska Cooperative Council for at least 5 years. UNL College of Agriculture Sciences and Natural Resources majoring in agricultural business/economics, Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture at Curtis majoring in business/management or Ag production systems with the business option, Chadron State College upper class student with a major or minor in agribusiness. Materials available on the Council's website at www.nebr.coop.

April 15- NAIFA (National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors)- Nebraskaland: for students interested in education, business/finance, marketing/sales, or actuarial studies. Attend a Nebraska college, above average grade point average, and demonstrate good character and leadership. Application in school counselor office.

April 15 Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Bernard Hogan Memorial Scholarship-African American male, attend college in Nebraska, GPA 3.0, 2 letters of recommendation, and essay. Application online at:www.onesigmas.org.

April 15 St. Patrick's CCD Program Scholarship-for students who have actively participated in a CCD program all 4 years of high school, and who have been active in CCD, CYO, and/or church activities. Letter of recommendation and an essay. Application in the school counselor office.

April 17 Local 1005 Norfolk Fire Division Scholarship- for a student planning on attending NECC. Criteria: GPA, class rank, transcript, extracurricular activities, and essay.  Applications in the school counseling office.

April 19 Battle Creek Lion's Club Scholarship-economic need, upper 50% of class, essay, documentation of community service hours, and teacher recommendation form. Application in school counselor office.

April 21 Pheasants Forever Scholarship (Maple Creek Chapter)-planning to study wildlife management or soil conservation. Essay and 3 letters of recommendation. Application in the school counselor office.

April 24 White Owl (Phi Gamma Delta) Scholarship- for first year male freshman at UNK, not obligated to join the fraternity, selection on academics-leadership-community involvement-and answer to application questions. See Mrs. Thompson for an application.

April 25 Battle Creek Wrestling Club Scholarship-be a member of the wrestling team senior year, requirements for helping with club wrestling/meets, GPA 3.0. Application in the school counselor office.

April 26 Ayn Rand Essay Scholarship Contest-http://aynrandnovels.com/essay-contests/. Must read or have read a specific novel, then write an essay, selecting one of the three topics given on the scholarship application.  Seniors & Juniors may apply.

April 28 Lueshen's Birders Scholarship-Northeast Nebraska Birdwatchers organization offers two scholarships to students planning to enter a biological field of study with special emphasis on wildlife and environmental conservation. Letter of recommendation, short essay questions, and summary of school and community activities. Application in the school counselor office.

April 28 American Red Cross Scholarship (Blood Drive)- one scholarship will be awarded to a Battle Creek student that has volunteered and participated in the school blood drive.  Get a paper application from school counselor.

April 29 PEO (Philanthropic Educational Organization) Madison Chapter AL Scholarshipopen to any Battle Creek senior boy or girl to apply. Application and resume required. Application in the school counselor office.

April 30 Nebraska Gamma Chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Outstanding Freshman male Scholarship (Balanced Man Scholarship)- male applicants applying to the University of Nebraska at Kearney, looks at academic record, extracurricular activities, and community service.

May ABC- Associated Builders and Contractors Construction Academy- Apprenticeship opportunities to prepare you for jobs in carpentry, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, masonry, and sheet metal.  Sites for training in Omaha and Lincoln.

May 1 AEMP Foundation Scholarship-entering heavy equipment technician profession, GPA 2.0, enroll in a college that offers a diesel technology program. Application online: http://www.aemp.org/the-aemp-foundation/for-students/

May 1 American College Foundation Visionary Scholarshipopen to Grades 9-12, complete an application, copy of transcript, and an essay on Why College is Important to Me. Application online http://americancollegefoundation.org/college_planning/visionary_scholarship_terms.aspx

May 1 Bloodstock Summer Scholarship Challenge-The American Red Cross will have a drawing for scholarships for any student that plans and organizes a successful BloodStock blood drive! To qualify for the scholarship drawings, a student must plan and organize a blood drive that collects a minimum of 50 units of blood ($2,000 scholarship) or a drive that collects a minimum of 35 units of blood ($1,000 scholarship) from volunteer donors. See website: http://www.redcrossblood.org/forms/bloodstock

May 1 Joseph's College CosmetologyOutstanding Merit Scholarship for Cosmetology $3,500, GPA 3.5 or higher. Joseph's Achievement Scholarship $1,000. One letter of reference, 1000 word essay, transcripts, and resume. Call 800-742-7827 or visit www.josephcollege.com for an application.

May 1 "Learn and Work" Scholarship- intended for students who truly have financial need, who have endured much, overcome many obstacles, and whose trials in life have focused their vision on the future. http://www.sheridanlutheran.org/scholarship or in the school counselor office

May 1 Nebraska School Counselor Association Scholarship-write an essay that describes how a school counselor or school counseling program has assisted you to plan/decide/resolve/grow in an area of your life. http://www.neschoolcounselor.org/

May 1 The Society for Women Engineers Scholarship Online Application- open March 1- May 15 for women entering careers in engineering, engineering technology, or computer science. Must be an ABET accredited university or college. See website:https://scholarships.swe.org/applications/login.asp.

May 5 Wells Fargo College STEPS Program-drawing in May for several scholarships, must sign up for program, see webpage for more information: https://www.wellsfargo.com/student/planning/scholarships/index

May 15 Daisy/4-H Shooting Sports Scholarship-for juniors or seniors, GPA 3.0, 3 years participation in 4-H shooting sports, recommendations, essay, and transcript. Application online: http://www.4-hshootingsports.org/youth/09_Daisy_SCHOLARSHIP.doc.

May 15 Faith Regional Health Services Educational Loan Program-If you are considering a career in pharmacy, radiology, ultrasound, nursing, coronary tech, nuclear physicist or therapies, you may be interested in learning about our Educational Loan Program. The Program provides up to $20,000 for expenses in return for your agreement to complete a specified term of employment at Faith Regional Health Services. Application and information online: http://www.frhs.org/jobs_hrloanprogam.html.

May 15 James Beard Foundation Scholarship- opens onilne April 1st. Areas of study can be culinary arts, hospitality, food studies, or Agriculture. Look online for list of requirements.  https://www.jamesbeard.org/education-scholarships-and-grants

May 15 Melissa Neier Memorial Scholarship:The Melissa Neier Memorial fund in conjunction with Mothers Against Drunk Driving will
award two $2500 scholarships to graduating seniors planning to attend college. Applicants must be victims of drunk driving or have
had a family member or relative killed or injured in a DWI crash. For more information contact Scholarship Committee, for this fund at P.O. Box 740083, Boynton Beach, Florida 33474.

May 26 Insurance Studies Scholarship-attending NECC and studying Insurance Services Program, short essay questions. Application in the school counselor office.

May 29 USBank Scholarship- open to students planning on attending a 2 or 4 year college, apply online at: https://www.usbank.com/community/financial-education/scholarship.html

May 31 Alpha Gamma NU Fraternity-freshman male entering the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. recognizes outstanding academic achievement, leadership, and community involvement. Application in the school counselor office.

June AGP (Ag Processing Inc.)/Central Community College-$1000 Scholarship, must be enrolled at Central Community College,majoring in Industrial Tech, Electronics Tech, Electrical Tech, Ethanol, 2.5 GPA and provide a narrative summary of their interest in the AG Industry, Call: Financial Aid Office 402.461.2413

June Samsung American Legion Scholarship- for American Legion Boys/Girls stater, parent or grandparent is a veteran, student turns in application at Boys/Girls State. http://www.legion.org/scholarships/samsung

June 1 AITP (Association of Information Technology Professionals) Omaha Scholarship- for students planning on studying information systems, information technology, computer science, or a related field. http://www.aitpomaha.com/scholarship-information.html

June 1 Natural Resources Conservation Service UNL Scholarship-1 @ $1,000; plus summer employment while in college, must study in soil conservation, agronomy, forestry, soil science, Ag education or civil or Ag engineering, statement on career plans and goals.

June 15 The Gallup Organization/Nebraska Sports Council Scholarship Program-any participant in the Cornhusker State Games can apply online at:http://www.cornhuskerstategames.com/games/scholarship;jsessionid=CE927D6AEA789D33C0DF4E7573BB386B.vipa-01b.

June 15 Horatio Alger National Career & Technical Scholarship Program- 1020 awards up to $2,500.  Pursue a career or technical diploma or degree, critical financial need pell grant eligible, and perseverance in overcoming adversity. https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/about-our-scholarship-programs/technical/

June 15 Jim Hurlbert Memorial Baseball Scholarship-open to seniors who play Legion Baseball, financial information, short essay questions, and letters of recommendation. Application in the guidance office or online: http://www.nebraskalegion.net/Programs/Scholarships.html

June 26 Rimington Trophy Scholarship- Applicants must have cystic fibrosis and demonstrate scholastic ability, character, leadership, service to the community, need for financial assistance and daily compliance to CF therapy. http://esiason.org/thriving-with-cf/scholarships/rimington-trophy-scholarship.php

June 30 Breylan Communications Scholarship: essay on the greatest advancement in information and communications technology and why do you think a college education is important, GPA 2.5. http://www.breylancommunications.com/apply.php

July 1 HD Hogan Rodeo Scholarship- high school senior who participates in rodeo, essay.  http://www.circlehdrodeo.org/scholarship/

July 31 Storage.com Scholarship Contest: student and parent can bot submit an essay for a scholarship.  Creative writing essay topic. Also incudes a statement on why you deserve the scholarship.  Check webpage for essay prompt. http://www.storage.com/scholarships/#requirements

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