The State has an extensive array of financial aid programs in the form of grants, scholarships and other awards for students who want to further their education beyond high school.
Financial aid is money that helps you pay for higher education. Merit-based financial aid is aid given to students who have special talents, skills, or who have earned good grades. Need-based financial aid is given to students who demonstrate that they have financial need. Financial aid can come in the form of grants, work, student loans, parent loans, scholarships and other awards.
HEFS administers the District of Columbia’s state-level higher education grant program: the DC Tuition Assistance Grant Program (DCTAG) in additional to the merit based grant the United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP). HEFS also provides students with information and resources on scholarships to help fund their college education.
Deadline: Before May 15th of every year.
To be eligible Scholarship, a student must:
To enter, students must write a 750-word essay, or infographic on one of the following topics:
•The Event That Significantly Changed My Life
•Best Methods of Diversifying Your Education Background
•Meaningful Decisions That Impacted My Personal Development
After writing your essay, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. All essays must be submitted in either Microsoft Word or PDF format with all required documentation.
Deadline: Winners are selected Quarterly, with application submission deadlines on March 28, June 28, September 28, December 28.
How To Apply?
To apply for this scholarship program, the students need to submit a wireframe of a mobile game with excellent UX and UI which can work on Android and iOS both.
You can email the wire frame in the form of PDF and above mentioned details on email@example.com before 15th May of every year.
To apply for this engineering scholarship program, you need to submit a project relating to your course of study. This project can be in the form of a thesis, video, or a project report which is a combination of text and images.
Send this project through email on: firstname.lastname@example.org before 15th May of every year.
Must be a graduating high school senior in your final semester who has been accepted to university or must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at a 4-year, 2-year, vocational, or technical institution in the United States.
- Must be a US citizen or permanent legal resident.
- Must be a single mother, child of a single mother, or closely impacted by a single mother.
- All fields of study and GPA's will be considered.
How to Apply:
To apply, submit an essay of 500-1000 words sharing your story based on the questions below. Applications will be reviewed with impact in mind. We’re looking for applicants with tremendous passion and drive for big dreams, where winning the scholarship would bring them meaningfully closer to achieving their goals.
Deadline: The scholarship is awarded twice a year. The two application deadlines are June 30th and December 31st.
All applicants must be enrolled, or due to be enrolled, as a full-time student at an accredited US college or university for the semester that they are applying to receive the scholarship.
Required Application Details:
Deadline: All applications must be submitted by September 15, annually.
The Undergraduate Scholarship Program is a financial needs based initiative that offers undergraduate students an unmatched experience in a diverse and inclusive environment. Undergraduate students, serving as scholarship recipients with the CIA, attend an accredited college/university on a full-time basis and work during summer breaks at the Agency.
If selected as a scholarship recipient, you will receive a wide array of benefits, including:
Because the CIA invests in scholarship recipients, accepting an offer means continued employment with the Agency for a specified time frame.
Hill & Ponton is pleased to be supporting veterans as they further their education and enter a career field that would, in turn, help other veterans. Each year, four scholarships of $1,000 will be awarded to the strongest candidates.
Following active duty service, many United States military veterans choose to earn a higher education degree. This path can help former military service members adapt to civilian life and launch a fulfilling future, whether through a community college or state university. However, what if you can’t afford the tuition?
Financial aid and military scholarships can help veterans and their family members pursue their educational goals. The specifics of this financial support varies per scholarship award, yet most offer tuition assistance up to a certain monetary amount. Student loans and financial aid may help with payment as well, depending on the applicant’s financial need.
Application Deadlines: May 1st and November 1st of each year.
If you have enrolled for any engineering course, whether it is mechanical engineering, civil engineering, aeronautical engineering or even agricultural engineering, this scholarship program is there to aid you financially. On winning this scholarship, you get $5000 as a reward which you can use against your tuition fees and other expenses related to your education.
For eligibility criteria, application process and more details please visit: https://www.aistechnolabs.com/scholarship-program-engineering-students/
Deadline: 15th May of every year.
Each scholar will be able to avail the following benefits:
Deadline: May 15th of every year
Eligibility Criteria For The Program:
Deadline: May 15th of every year
Online Masters Colleges, has put together a comprehensive guide on Scholarships for Women. The guide offers in-depth insights and best strategies for obtaining financial opportunities.
SSAI is also a proud sponsor of the AMS/Om and Saraswati Bahethi Scholarship, which is named after the founders of SSAI, and is awarded to students entering their final year of undergraduate study.
• Applicant must be a high school senior planning to enroll in or college student currently enrolled in a built environment-related degree program at a school, or apprentice/trainee in built environment-related training program which is approved by the Bureau of Apprenticeship Training, community college, technical school or equivalent in the state of Maryland. Applicant must have at least one term remaining in a course of study leading to a degree or an associate degree in a construction-related field.• Applicant must desire a career in a built-environment-related field. These careers include but are not limited to architecture, engineering, construction management and any of the related skilled trades.• To be considered, the Application and all attachments must be complete and received by March 31 for the next following academic year. If your school only mails transcripts, please mail to: MCCEI at PO Box 600, Parkton, MD 21120. Official sealed transcripts must also be received no later than May 30. THIS DEADLINE IS STRICTLY ENFORCED.
For details visit: https://mccei.org/scholarships
The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) offers the annual Commissioners’ Engineering Scholarships to college students majoring in engineering fields that are vital to the work of WSSC.
Up to two new scholarships in the amount of $1000 each may be awarded; one to a Prince George’s County resident and one to a Montgomery County resident. Winners are eligible for additional awards of $1000 each year for up to four consecutive years as long as residency and grade point average (GPA) requirements are met. Winners also receive priority consideration for paid summer internships at WSSC.
UPE provides funds for four $1,000 scholarship awards to student members of the IEEE-CS. Students who are interested in applying for these awards need to visit the website of the IEEE-CS for instructions on the submission of applications. Email inquiries can be sent to email@example.com.
October 1st is the annual deadline. Essays received after October 1st will be evaluated for the following year’s competition.
For details visit: https://www.spolinlaw.com/scholarship/
· Currently enrolled in an accredited university or college in the United States of America (U.S.) or currently living in the United States of America and attending an accredited online university or college.
· Pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in IT/tech or an IT-related field.
· Undergraduate students must have finished at least one IT course and have a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
· Graduate students need to be enrolled in or have finished at least one IT class with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
Applications are accepted year-round
Scholarships of $2,000 will be awarded to persons on active duty in the uniformed military services, veterans, their spouses, or dependents who are currently attending four-year colleges or universities in the U.S. (not community colleges) and enrolled as full-time students in an eligible degree program.
Active-duty personnel or veterans enrolled as full-time freshmen are eligible to apply; spouses or dependents must be at least second-year students enrolled full time as sophomores or juniors at the time of application.
Are you majoring in Computer or Electrical Engineering? Looking for $30,000 a year to pay for college? If so, maybe the Air Force Technical Degree Sponsorship Program (TDSP) can assist you in reaching your goal! Stop in the Financial Aid Office for an application.
The (ISC)² Foundation is proud to help open doors to future information security professionals with scholarships for undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students. Find out how to make a life changing move that will help put your career in the fast lane!
AAAS Science & Technology provides professional development opportunity to Doctoral students interested in learning about the science-policy interface while applying their scientific and technical knowledge and analytical skills to the federal policy realm.
The Mayor’s Scholars Undergraduate Program (formerly Mayor’s Scholars Undergraduate Fund) provides need-based funding for eligible DC residents earning their first associate’s or bachelor’s degree at select area colleges and universities.
The program is a last-dollar award designed to fill the gap between a student’s financial aid package and the cost of attendance. Recipients of Mayor’s Scholars funding can receive up to $4,000 per year, for up to 4 years for an associate’s degree, and up to 6 years for a bachelor’s degree. The funds are available first-come, first-serve, and you must re-apply each year. There is no guarantee you will receive funding, as funds are only available until they run out.
The application is available on the District of Columbia Office of the State Superintendent of Education website http://osse.dc.gov/MayorsScholars
Deadline: March 31; June 30; September 30; December 31
Applicant must be currently seeking a bachelors, masters, or doctorate degree as a full-time student in the field of business at an accredited institution. Business can include (but is not limited to): accounting, advertising, business administration, economics, finance, human resources, international relations, management, political science, public relations, etc. Minimum 3.0 GPA and good standing in program required. Applicant must fill out the AfterCollege application and complete their profile which will be the criteria (with specific emphasis on the personal statement) used to determine the recipient of the award.
Sponsored by AfterCollege, Inc.
Deadline: March 31; June 30; September 30; December 31 Minimum GPA: 3 Study Areas: business
Contact Information: (Email) firstname.lastname@example.org (Telephone) (415) 263-1300
Enrollment Level: College Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior, Master's-level study and Doctoral-level study.
Scholarships for graduate students are available.
Capitol Technology University launched its Blue Ribbon Programs in the Fall 2015 semester.
Sallie Mae, the nation’s saving, planning, and paying for college company, launched the new go-to destination for graduate school scholarships. Sallie Mae’s free Graduate School Scholarship Search is now available to current and prospective graduate school and professional students and is home to more than 850,000 graduate school scholarships worth more than $1 billion.
Getting started is easy; students register free of charge, fill out a profile that can be updated at any time, and start searching. The tool responds with matches that identify relevant scholarships and their award amounts, application requirements, and deadlines. In addition, Graduate School Scholarship Search automatically will send updates when it identifies new matches.