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Scholarship Bulletin



3PL Scholarship- The Extensive Supply Chain Scholarship is intended to give aspiring logistics and supply chain professionals financial support during their educational journey. It is also meant to inspire innovative ideas for the supply chain and warehousing industry. Read the requirements below to see if you qualify to earn a $2500 scholarship for the 2024 Fall Semester.


American Heart Challenge- The American Heart Association is working with high school students in a nationwide movement to give people access to healthy food, quality healthcare, and support when they need it most. Because everyone deserves to live a long and healthy life. Apply by May 31, 2024.


Centreville Bank College Scholarship- The Robert O. Pare College Scholarship is offered through the Centreville Bank Charitable Foundation in honor of Robert O. Pare’s 55 years of support to Centreville Bank. Mr. Pare served the Bank admirably, in a manner that has been honorable, forthright, and beneficial to the Bank’s success. The Robert O. Pare Scholarship will be presented to local high school students dedicated to making a difference through community service. Opens in February. Two $5,000 winners will be chosen.


Charter Oak Scholarship Program- Charter Oak Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for our 2024 Scholarship Program. We plan to award at least one $2,000 scholarship to one student from each qualified high school in New London and Windham counties, so this is a good opportunity for your students! May 1st deadline


Christopher Potvin Scholarship-  The life of Christopher Potvin, a star athlete from Montville, CT, who was tragically lost at the age of only 15 from injuries suffered in a multi-car accident in January 1987. Since then, a scholarship fund in his memory was created to reward student-athletes as they enter college. Features interviews with his parents Wayne & Christine, his sister Tiesha, and his best friend Bill, who are all involved in the scholarship fund. May 1st deadline.


CNF- This scholarship is for students who are a non-traditional learner. They will be considered for their enthusiasm, diligence, aspirations, and potential as a valued member of the horticultural field. The CT Nurserymen’s Foundation believes that these factors should not be considered limitations to success in our industry. Instead, we want to offer an opportunity to allow all individuals who are looking for assistance to have a fair and unbiased chance to be recognized for what they can offer the industry. March 5th deadline.


Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut- If you are a resident of one of our 42 towns or some towns in western Rhode Island or meet the eligibility criteria of a scholarship for which there is a specific application, you are invited to apply. The Scholarship Portal opens on February 15, 2024. May 1st deadline.



Connecticut Children’s Foundation Isidore Wise Scholarship- Through a competitive application process, six (6) scholarships will be awarded to eligible high school students who will be completing their senior year in 2023-2024 and attending an accredited post-secondary undergraduate institution in the fall. Only students who are past or present patients of Connecticut Children’s may apply. This year’s award amount will be $10,000 per recipient. March 8th deadline.


Community Impact Scholarship- The Law Office of Jerry D. Andrews, P.C. now offers two scholarships worth $2,500 each to undergraduate students who have made a substantial impact in their community through volunteer work. Demonstrate active involvement in community service, exhibit strong leadership qualities, have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher, be an undergraduate student at an accredited college or university, be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, and Be at least 18 years of age. February 13th deadline.


Columbus Citizens Foundation Scholarship -Applicant must be an incoming freshman (for both our High School and College awards) or entering medical school. Applicant must be of at least 25% Italian heritage. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.5. May 1st deadline.


Create-a-Greeting Card Scholarship Contest- The Create-A-Greeting Card Scholarship Contest is open to students who are at least 14 years of age. To enter, you must submit an original design for a Christmas card, holiday card, birthday card, or all-occasion greeting card. All designs or photographs must be the original work of the applicant. March 1st deadline.


CTWEA- Has distributed approximately $29,000 in scholarships since its inception to well-deserved high school seniors. The requirements are a minimum GPA of 3.0, a completed application form, a resume, a cover letter describing why you should be awarded this scholarship, a record of transcript, and one letter of recommendation from an academic/extracurricular teacher or advisor addressed to CTWEA.   This year we are excited to announce that we will be awarding a total of $5,000 in scholarships to deserving students. This amount will be divided among up to five students, depending upon the quality and strength of the applications received.  Please encourage qualified graduating high school seniors to apply. We look forward to supporting young professionals entering the environmental field! April 12th deadline.


Delta Kappa Gamma Society International-Connecticut State Organization offers annual cash grants to high school seniors and college students enrolled in teacher education programs. Many chapters also offer annual grants to college education majors. Each year, the Connecticut State Organization offers four cash grants to high school seniors from Connecticut who are entering teacher education programs in the fall. April 10th deadline.



French-Canadian Genealogical Society of CT- The purpose of the French-Canadian Genealogical Society of Connecticut’s Scholarship is to provide
financial assistance to a deserving high school graduating senior or Society member of French-Canadian extraction who intends to pursue a course of study at either a two-year or four-year educational institution. April 6th deadline.


Glenn Moon Scholarship- Are interested in a career in education and pursuing a teaching degree? Students MUST use the 2024 online application. (Each year there are changes to the application form; therefore, application forms from previous years will not be accepted.) Open the application, complete all parts of the application, and save in pdf format to a folder; name the folder your last name, and first initial. Gather the other attachments, and save those to the folder which is titled your last name.  The folder should be emailed as an attachment to the contact person no later than March 31, 2024. TMHS must e-mail the finished application to  [email protected]  March 31st deadline.


Hagan Scholarship- The Hagan Scholarship provides up to $7,500 each semester for up to 8 consecutive semesters, workshops to learn important life skills not typically covered in the college curriculum, funds to purchase college essentials, an HSF Schwab Brokerage Account to manage, funds to study and travel abroad, and the opportunity to extend the Hagan Scholarship to obtain a graduate or professional degree. March 1st deadline.


Harrington Hospital Auxiliary 2024 Scholarship- Five (one-year) scholarships will be awarded by The UMass Memorial Health – Harrington Hospital Auxiliary 2024. Each scholarship will be in the amount of $1,000.00. Applicants must be planning to pursue a career in Health Care and must be accepted into an accredited Health Care Program. April 1st deadline.


Horatio Alger Association-. Horatio Alger Association administers over 70 scholarship programs, offering opportunities for students in various stages of their academic careers to achieve their educational goals and realize their potential. Learn more about our programs below the undergraduate scholarship application will open on December 1 and close on March 15. A single application will allow you to be considered for the full range of scholarships provided by the Horatio Alger Association. To be considered, your application and all required materials must be submitted online by noon E.T. on March 15.


Isidore Wise Scholarship- Now accepting applications. Through a competitive application process, multiple scholarships of $10,000 each will be awarded to eligible high school students who will be completing their senior year in 2024 and attending an accredited post-secondary undergraduate institution in the fall. Only students who are past or present patients of Connecticut Children’s may apply. Application deadline: March 8, 2024, at 4:00 PM (EST). The Isidore Wise Scholarship fund was established through a generous bequest from Mr. Isidore Wise, a member of the Newington Children’s Hospital Board of Directors for 45 years. Since 1996, Connecticut Children’s has stewarded these funds by awarding educational scholarships to high school students who have an association with Connecticut Children’s. March 8th deadline.


Joe Lieberman Connecticut Scholarship Program-

 U.S. Senator Joe Lieberman, serving from 1989 to 2013, has established the Joe Lieberman Connecticut Scholarship Fund to aid outstanding high school seniors from Connecticut. Up to five $1,500 renewable scholarships will be granted each year for full-time study at any accredited two-year or four-year college, university, or vocational-technical school. April 1st deadline.


Justin Wisniewski- All Applicants: Please fill out the attached “Justin Wisniewski Firefighters’ Scholarship Fund Application” in its entirety and submit it to the “Justin Wisniewski Firefighters’ Scholarship Fund.” All Applicants: Along with your completed application, please send an essay (as outlined in the attached “Essay Guidelines” sheet). March 15th deadline.


McDonald’s Hacer National Scholarship -Requirements high school senior, a legal U.S. resident, are younger than 21 years old, carry a minimum 2.8 GPA, ’re eligible to attend a two- or four-year college or university with a full-time course of study, you’ll disclose other scholarship programs that you’ve applied for, you’ll enroll and attend an accredited institution in the academic year after your selection (verification needed, as scholarship funds are paid directly to the schools), and you have at least one parent of Hispanic heritage.


Mensa Foundation - Several $2,500 scholarships are awarded each year through the Mensa Member Award Program to college-bound Mensa members and/or their dependents. Students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents and who will be enrolled in accredited colleges for the following academic year may apply. Applicants must complete the online application, including an essay describing their career, vocational, or academic goals. Essays must be no longer than 550 words.


NENPA- Every year, the Journalism Education Foundation of New England (JEFNE) awards scholarships to high school seniors and college students who are interested in pursuing a career in the newspaper industry. The scholarships, including the MacGregor Fiske Award, are presented by the New England Newspaper and Press Association, and up to 10 students are selected. March 29th deadline.



New England Service Scholarship-The high level of this program is that we are looking to honor high school seniors across New England who are making a meaningful impact through service in their local communities by awarding them a $1,000 college scholarship. In addition to the scholarship, recipients will participate in a service project in Boston before being honored on the field at Fenway Park before the Monday, June 24th game against the Toronto Blue Jays at 7:10pm. Due April 12th



QVCC 2024 Scholarship- The QVCC Foundation’s mission is to serve residents of Northeast Connecticut Scholarship applicants MUST be residents of Northeast CT and CT State Community College Quinebaug Valley MUST be their home college. $500-$2500


Regeneron Science Talent Search - The Research Report must be 20 pages or less. This includes all photos, tables, graphs, charts, drawings, maps, and appendices. There is no page minimum. Pages of content beyond page 20 (excluding the pages mentioned below) will not be read.



Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund- The Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund offers renewable, four-year scholarships to students with financial needs who display academic achievement, a commitment to serving others (in school, their community, or at home), a strong work ethic, and leadership qualities. April 3rd deadline.


Spirol Scholarship- SPIROL offers scholarships based on an applicant's demonstrated commitment to the pursuit of academic excellence, involvement in extracurricular activities, and dedication to community service.  In addition to being committed to community service, to be eligible for the SPIROL Scholarship, students must live within 45 miles / 75 kilometers of one of SPIROL's North American locations, have a 3.0 GPA or higher, and must be pursuing a degree in Engineering, Basic Sciences or Manufacturing Technology.  Scholarship recipients may also elect to participate in paid summer employment at one of SPIROL's facilities. March 13th deadline.


The American Rocketry Challenge - The American Rocketry Challenge is the world’s largest rocket contest with 5,000 students nationwide competing each year. The contest allows middle and high school students to design, build, and launch model rockets and hands-on experience solving engineering problems. open between June 1st-December 1st.


The - $2,500 Scholarship contest is open only to those legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia who are thirteen (13) years of age or older at the time of application and who are currently enrolled in an accredited school or is approved for homeschooling. Current employees, officers, directors, and agents of Sponsor and its related companies and members of their immediate families (defined as spouse, parents, siblings, and children) and persons residing at the same address are not eligible to win. Void where prohibited. March 31st deadline.


The Hispanic Alliance Scholarship Fund- Our flagship program was created in 2000. We have awarded 300+ scholarships to promising Hispanic students pursuing higher education at 2-year and 4-year colleges. Most of our awardees are first-generation college students and many of them have joined the labor force as economists, engineers, nurses, physicians, social workers, and teachers among other professions. Scholarships are available to eligible residents in New London (CT) county. February 23rd deadline.



The Health Collective LGBTQIA & Scholarship Form- We are excited to announce the launch of our LGBTQIA+ Youth Scholarship for 2024, aimed at supporting and empowering high school seniors from across the state of Connecticut as they pursue higher education. This year, we are thrilled to have partnered with the CTGLC Foundation and the New Haven PRIDE Center to expand our reach and impact within the LGBTQIA+ community. Together, we will be offering scholarships to 5 high school seniors who are on the cusp of transitioning into college or vocational school. June 20th deadline.


The Milton Fisher Scholarship for Innovation & Creativity- This scholarship is not a traditional scholarship focused on rewarding academic achievement and financial need. Its specific goal is to reward and encourage innovative and creative problem-solving. The scholarship aims to honor students who excel as creative problem-solvers and to help make their higher education goals more accessible. May 15th deadline.


The Simon Youth Foundation - Simon Youth Foundation works to help students achieve their goals and cost alone should not prevent a student from furthering their education. Each year, SYF awards, on average, $1 million, based on available funding, in scholarships to help students with the cost of post-secondary education. February 16th deadline.


Tom LoCasale Developing Character Through Golf Scholarship believed that a happy, healthy, and productive life came from a set of skills and was always working on bettering himself. Tom developed patience, perseverance, and character through his golf practice. He spent many years volunteering with First Tee, introducing the game of golf and its inherent values to youth. This scholarship seeks to honor Tom LoCasale’s life by supporting students who have learned valuable life skills through the sport of golf. Any high school senior who plays golf may apply for this scholarship. Candidates who will be a first-generation college student or identify as an underrepresented minority are highly encouraged to apply. Deadline March 31st 


Workers Memorial Day Scholarship- Each year during Worker Memorial Day ceremonies on April 28th, workers, legislators, members of organized labor unions, worker advocates, and others gather to honor the memory of those workers who have lost their lives because of workplace injuries or illnesses. The ceremonies highlight the sacrifices made by these workers and of the families left behind and inspire us all to work harder on behalf of the welfare of all workers. In this year’s scholarship essay contest, Connecticut high school seniors are asked to respond in 1,000 words or less to ONE of the three questions below with serious thought, some research (with cited sources), and, most importantly, awareness of the true cost of workplace hazards on the lives of workers. April 1st deadline. Please see the counseling office for application, 
April 1st Deadline