The Guidance Center has received information about these scholarships.
More information is available by selecting an available link.
Scholarship opportunities available through
The Cleveland Foundation
The Sigma Phi Epsilon’s
Balanced Man Scholarship
Awarded by Sigma Phi Epsilon at five Ohio colleges: The University of
Cincinnati, Miami University, Bowling Green State University, The Ohio State
University, and the University of Toledo.
The Balanced Man Scholarship in no way represents a commitment to attend any of
the schools where you apply for the scholarship, nor does it require you to
join any chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. This scholarship is
merely a celebration of the Balanced Man ideals that Sigma Phi Epsilon has been
founded upon – the presence of a Sound Mind in a Sound Body. We wish you luck
in the application process and look forward to reviewing your application!
SILVER & GOLD
2013 Scholarship Requirements
Silver & Gold is pleased to
announce that this year it will present several scholarships, the LoConti Family Scholarship, the Silver & Gold scholarship, the Independence Bank Scholarship, the Brown
Brothers Scholarship, the In Memory
of Sgt. Harry Pappas Scholarship and the Ralph Perk family Scholarship.
The Scholarships will be awarded to a student whose parent is employed
as a police officer, fire fighter, or emergency medical services (EMS) person
and are awarded on the basis of scholastic ability, financial need, and character
of the applicant. One Scholarship will be
in an amount not exceeding $1,000.00, and four scholarships of $500.00 each. Additional
Honorable Mention Scholarships in the amount ranging from $100 to $300 each may
be awarded based on available funding.
The application is available by clicking here.
ASSOCIATION OF DRILLING ENGINEERS APPALACHIAN
CHAPTER 2013-2014 SCHOLARSHIP (April 30)
Cleveland John. M. Manos
A.H.E.P.A. Chapter #36 [American Hellenic Education Progressive Association] 2013
The A.H.E.P.A. John M. Manos
Chapter #36 Scholarship Fund is a charitable organization that is pleased to
provide scholarships for educational purposes to high school students of Greek descent. Only graduates of high schools in 2013 in northeastern
Ohio are eligible to apply for these scholarships.
Candidates are to complete and
return the following items by May 3, 2013.
1. Scholarship application. Go to www.ahepabuckeye.org.
2. Two (2) letters of
recommendation (from a teacher, advisor, or coach).
3. Official high school
4. Brief essay (200-250 words)
that expresses your feelings about your Greek heritage.
5. Resume or accomplishments and
Scholarships are awarded at the
49th annual AHEPA Scholarship banquet to be held in
June. Winners must attend this banquet.
Cuyahoga Community College Academic Excellence
Scholarship (March 29)
in its fourth decade of fostering academic excellence, Cuyahoga Community College
is proud to continue its annual award of the Academic Excellence Scholarship
Program for recent high school graduates. Awardees have consistently remained
amongst the highest academic performers at the College.
selecting students for the Academic Excellence Scholarship Program, the College
has always partnered with its high school colleagues. Cuyahoga Community
College offers its students a faculty focused on teaching, learning and student
success. Academic and student services include outstanding technology learning
centers, small classes, counseling, ad-vising and tutoring.
are selected for the Scholarship on the basis of excellence in scholarship,
leadership, and service and character. Several criteria are used to select
Plan to attend Cuyahoga Community College Fall 2013
Earn a 3.00 or better overall high school GPA, on a 4.00 point scale (Submit an
official high school transcript to verify grade point average )
Complete scholarship essay
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) – www.fafsa.gov
Submit a written letter of recommendation from high school faculty or
are awarded for $1,750 per academic year.
is renewable for one (1) academic year, based on recipient’s maintaining
minimum grade point average at Cuyahoga Community College of 3.0, after the
scholarship applicants should complete the 2013-2014
Academic Excellence Scholarship application and all scholarship
requirements, listed above, by March 29, 2013.
The Herb Guild Scholarship Program (April 5)
For students intending to study horticulture, agriculture, environmental science, botany, or landscaping.
Applications are available in the Guidance Center
Abbott and Fenner Scholarship Program (June 14)
Shire 2013 ADHD Scholarship Program
William D. Squires Scholarship (April 5)