There are a lot of unprivileged young people out and around the world who aspire to educate themselves but are not being able to do so. The reasons may be varied based on the background and economic instability. Graduates are the promising future of any nation, so they need to be taken care of. There are several organizations, associations, colleges, and states, and much more that are ready to uplift aspiring students. Their merit and academic excellence should never go down the drain.
Freshmen and those who are professionally active but still not able to pursue further education can become eligible with certain mandatory instructions to be followed. Scholarships are obtained for tuition, books, and other essentials required during the education period. Students become confident that they develop a positive way of love and develop compassion towards the needy.
1. Aauw’s Re-Entry Woman Scholarship
The award is the women’s re-entry scholarship provided by the Poway-Penasquitos Branch of the American Association of University Women. It is mainly proposed for a woman who would like to come back to a school of higher education to complete her education. The applicants should be female candidates, high school graduates or GED recipients, and 23 years of age or older without a bachelor’s or advanced degree. She should be attending a school in north San Diego County. The applicant should have a least 20 credits without counting the physical education and remedial classes.
Provided by: Poway-Penasquitos Branch of the American
Educational level: High school graduate
Deadline: November 15, 2021
2. Association of California Water Agencies Awards
The awards are pertaining to students every year who feel deserving in the area of water resources in their sector of study. The criteria for considering for the award include educational accomplishment along with dedication towards their selected fields. This is appropriate for those pursuing degrees in the field of engineering, agriculture or urban water supply, environmental studies, and public administration associated with resources management. The applicant ought to be a resident of California and should be attending the an accredited University of California or California State University. Scholarship funds are not given out to the student straightly and the funds are distributed to the suitable financial aid office in a lump sum of $3,500 and must be applied to the student’s account for tuition and fees. Scholarship funds should not be transferred directly to the student or be used for any other purpose.
Provided by: Association of California Water Agencies
Educational level: undergraduate
Deadline: March 1, 2022
3. Banatao Family Filipino American Education Fund
The Banatao Family Filipino American Education Fund is a scholarship of 5 awards to those who are qualified as a fresher being registered at four-year colleges or universities. The scholarships are renewable based on the academic performance displayed by the student during the under graduation being done on a full-time basis. They should be prepared for pursuing a career in engineering, physical, computer, or environmental sciences. Healthcare professions such as physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dentists are excluded from the list. They must have a lineage of Filipino backdrop and possess a 3.0 GPA and must have financial needs to show and be residents of one of the Northern California counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Merced, Monterey, Napa, Sacramento, San Benito, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma or Stanislaus. Other than these, they must belong to the Southern California counties of Los Angeles, Orange, or San Diego. The subjects strictly considered are Chemical Engineering, Computer Science/Data Processing, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Environmental Science, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, Engineering, and Metallurgy, Physical Sciences alone.
Provided by: Asian Pacific Fund
Educational level: Undergraduate
Deadline: February 26, 2022
4. California Association of Collectors Educational Scholarship Foundation
The scholarship is carried out as a contest that is open to present high school juniors and seniors registered in a California high school and would be ensuring the presence at any of the open or private colleges, or university, or business schools in a 12 month time after graduation.
Provided by: California Association of Collectors, Inc
Educational level: Graduation
Deadline: Applications will open in January
5. California Hispanic Education Endowment Fund (Heef)
The Orange County (OC) and the HEEF provide US citizens or students who live in OC, California with academic scholarships. They are for high school and community college transfers who satisfy the need for financial requirements and those who register at a university or 4-year college. The low-income family status, academic excellence, and dedication in other activities outside academics are also put to concern. They should also show interest and devotion towards church service, work employment, and community work voluntarily. The applicants should be residing in Orange County for the last three years and should be Latino. The family income should not exceed the limit of $60,000 and the FAFSA application or the CalSar report should be completed.
Provided by: HEEF
Educational level: Undergraduate
Deadline: December 31, 2021
6. California Law Enforcement Personnel Dependents Grant Program
The scholarship is made available for the dependents and the other half of employees who have lost their lives during the duty or had been completely disabled as a result of an accident or injury that occurred by outdoor aggression or corporal strength. The following professions are included in the list; Firefighters, Law Enforcement, Tribal Firefighters, Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, and Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, and Division of Juvenile Justice. The students become eligible for the entire amount of the scholarship in agreement with the attendance at school and the unsettled needs for the duration of years. The application must be submitted along with prescribed documents of the proof of enrollment, birth certificate or marriage certificate copy, the death certificate of the parent or spouse. The additional documents required and further details are briefed on their website.
Provided by: LEPD
Education Level: Graduate
Amount: $100 to $12,192
7. Capture The Dream, Inc. Single Parent Scholarship
The prescribed scholarship is to be of support to overcome the hurdles of the single parents and the minority students who are attending college. The amount of tuition is undertaken by the organization. The students are helped to acquire higher education making them live forward with confidence, especially those students of the Bay Area and ultimately the world. The tuition fee on average tends to increase considerably creating a horde of issues for those who are desperately trying to push their lives. The chance of getting better and higher education remains a hurdle for them. There are two diverse scholarships included in the scheme; those who are children of single parents and are thriving on low-income and residing in the Bay Area. The other one is for the minority group to improve their leadership qualities and especially when they are from a disadvantageous economic backdrop. They should also be residents of the Bay Area. The main areas of concern for the selection involved in scholarship are; financial need, leadership history, community service record, professional recommendations, and academic performance.
Provided by: Capture The Dream, Inc.
Education Level: Undergraduate
Deadline: July 30, 2022
8. California Chafee Grant for Foster Youth
The foster youth is being the prime concern of the organization providing Clair A. Hill Scholarship for them to continue college education or for the training required for a particular career prospect. The students should be undergraduate, California residents, and attending a California State or University of California campus. The degree should be either in any of the streams; water resources-related fields related to engineering, agricultural and/or urban water supply, environmental studies, or public administration. There are certain criteria that need to be fulfilled to become eligible. The requirement is such that, if the candidate has been in foster care for at least 1 day, between 16 and 18 years of age, and is desperately in need of money for education, they get qualified for the scholarship for career development and technical training or college education. The money is non-repayable and can be used for child care, transportation and rent while in school.
Provided by: ACWA
Education Level: undergraduate
Deadline: Opens in October
9. Fontana Transport Inc. Scholars Program
The scholarship aims at upbringing the underprivileged and low-income group. The candidates should be first-generation college-bound students. Undergraduate degrees in transportation, math, science, engineering, architecture, environmental design, Premed, psychology, Spanish language/literature can be selected. They need not be strictly U.S. citizens and should maintain a 3.5 GPA along with the proof of attending college opening in the fall semester. They can be recommended by an educator which is considered optional. The applicants should be graduating high school and continue with a full-time undergraduate degree in the United States at any 4 years accredited university by fall 2021.
Provided by: Fontana Transport Inc
Education Level: Graduating high school
Deadline: March 14, 2022
10. Eugene V. Cota-Robles Fellowship
Candidates from cultural, racial, linguistic, geographic, and socioeconomic backgrounds and presently in an underprivileged state and would like to pursue the graduation education are the ones intended for the scholarship. Those students who are not able to afford higher education due to economic backwardness can apply for the same. It is possible for the students who are preparing to enter into doctoral education and interested in a career in college or university teaching and research. The applicants should be nominated by the corresponding home department. The residents of the United States, citizens, or undocumented students with nonresident supplemental tuition exemption qualifications become eligible to apply.
Provided by: UCLA Graduate Education
Education Level: Graduate
Deadline: January 2022