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Ab Irvine Scholarship Program
Santa Fe Civitan awards two undergraduate or graduate students, passionate to help children with special needs, the $2,000 Ab Irvine Scholarship Program each to pursue their undergraduate or graduate studies.
Accenture Native American Scholarship Fund
The Accenture Native American Scholarship Fund offers five awards ranging up to $30,000 to undergraduate Native American and Alaska Native students.
Allan MacCurrach Jr. Award
Allan MacCurrach Jr. Award offers a scholarship of $10,000 to any U.S. citizen over 23 years seeking a career in golf course and turfgrass management. The winner will receive an expenses-paid trip to the annual GCSAA Conference and Trade Show as well.
Believe in Ohio Statewide STEM Scholarship
High school students are awarded $1,000 to $2,500 for winning the Believe in Ohio STEM Plan Competition and Scholarship Program. The award is intended to pursue undergraduate degrees in STEM-related fields.
Choose Vermont Scholarship
The Choose Vermont Scholarship worth $5,000 is offered to 14 students annually to pursue higher education and earn undergraduate degrees in programs of their choice in Vermont.
CIA Medical Scholarship
The Central Infusion Alliance (CIA), based in Illinois, offers the CIA Medical Scholarship ranging between $250 and $1,000 to ten students each pursuing post-secondary education annually.
David Hudak Memorial Essay Contest for Freethinking Students of Color
Freedom from Religion Foundation holds an annual essay contest for students of color aged 17 to 21. The David Hudak Memorial Essay Contest for Freethinking Students of Color offers prizes ranging from $300 to $3,500.
Education Matters – The J.M. Heberlig-B.J. Helterbran Scholarship Fund
TFEC awards the J.M. Heberlig-B.J. Helterbran Scholarship Fund of up to $60,000 to undergraduate students who need financial aid for their educational goals in arts and recreation.
Faerie L. Angle Memorial Scholarship Fund
The Foundation for Enhancing Communities awards the Faerie L. Angle Memorial Scholarship Fund of up to $60,000 to qualified graduate students in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, studying to be lawyers.
FTCEtest.org Scholarship for Future Teachers
The FTCEtest.org Scholarship for Future Teachers of $500 was formed as part of FTCEtest.org's objective to reduce barriers for educators who desire to become credentialed teachers in Florida.
FTCEtest.org Scholarship for Math & Science Teachers
FTCEtest.org Scholarship for Math & Science Teachers of $500 was formed as part of FTCEtest.org's objective to reduce barriers for educators who desire to become teachers in Florida.
FTCETest.org Scholarship for Underrepresented Teachers in Florida
FTCETest.org awards one $500 scholarship to a meritorious student aiming to become a teacher in Florida. The award is to help future educators in Florida.
Funding the Future of Finance in Indian Country/Johnson Scholarship Foundation
Funding the Future of Finance in Indian Country (FFFIC) Scholarship Program offers Native American undergraduates pursuing a business, finance, or accounting degree a scholarship of $10,000 to continue their education.
Green Visionary Scholarship
The New South Window Solutions offers the Green Visionary Scholarship of $1,000 to one undergraduate student with the most innovative idea in sustainable construction to complete his/her studies.
Jasin Graduate Scholarship
The Association of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO) annually offers the Jasin Graduate Program of $5,000 to three college seniors and graduate students pursuing postgraduate degree programs.
Jon Yi Education Scholarship
The Jon Yi Education Scholarship awards $1,000 to high school seniors pursuing a two- or four-year degree at an accredited Texas-based post-secondary institution of their choice.
MBC-LEO Book Scholarship Award
The award is a book scholarship fund and the $500 prize is strictly designated for books. Applicants must be a current high school senior or college freshman at an accredited institution.
MN AWWA Advanced Degree Scholarship
The Advanced Degree Scholarship is awarded to three undergraduate and/or graduate students from Minnesota enrolled in bachelor’s or graduate degree programs related to the water industry, including science, engineering, etc.
R. Harper Brown Scholarship
The R. Harper Brown Scholarship supports American students seeking to study in Scotland with scholarship funding valued at $10,000.
Science Post Graduate Scholarship Fund (BIE-SPGSF)
The Science Post Graduate Scholarship Fund (SPGSF) offers $20,000–$30,000 to Native students enrolled in STEM programs. It supports students at undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels of study.
Soil and Water Conservation Scholarship
The Soil and Water Conservation Scholarship Program offers a $3,500 scholarship for undergraduate students in conservation study.
Special Higher Education Program
The Special Higher Education Program (SHEP) provides financial aid to Native American and Alaska Native graduate and professional students pursuing full-time degrees in any field of study.
Stephen T. Kugle Scholarship
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers offers this scholarship to undergraduate students enrolled in an ABET-accredited, or substantially equivalent, engineering degree program at public universities in District E states.
TeacherCertification.com Early Childhood Education Scholarship
TeacherCertification.com offers the TeacherCertification.com Early Childhood Education Scholarship of $500 to a meritorious student pursuing a degree in early childhood education. Graduating high school seniors are eligible to apply.
TeacherCertification.com Scholarship for Graduate Students in Education
TeacherCertification.com offers the Scholarship for Graduate Students in Education to a brilliant student pursuing graduate studies in the field of education. College seniors are eligible to apply.
About June Scholarships
With the end of the academic year and summer break quickly approaching, June is the perfect time for students to look for additional sources of financial aid. Scholarships are an excellent way for students to receive funds that can help cover college tuition and other expenses associated with higher education. It is the best time to research scholarships with deadlines that come later in the year. Many scholarship providers offer awards for the upcoming school year, so taking advantage of June is a great way to get a head start on your search and ensure you are not missing any opportunities. Applying for scholarships can be an intimidating process, but making sure to take action during June can be a great way to reduce stress and give yourself more time and options.
Additionally, many scholarship providers offer awards for summer programs as well. If you are looking for ways to explore your interests or build your resume over the summer break, look into scholarships that can help make those opportunities more accessible. From summer research programs to volunteer initiatives, scholarships are available to make those experiences more accessible and less expensive.
Cost of College in June
The cost of college in June can vary greatly depending on the school you attend. For example, some of the most affordable schools include University of California Merced, Utah State University and Tougaloo College which all boast tuition and fees lower than $9,000 a year for in-state students. Other colleges may be more expensive with yearly tuition closer to the national average of $34,740 for a private college and $9,970 for an in-state public college. There are also many options that fall between these costs depending on state residency and institution type. No matter which school you choose to attend, it is important to budget appropriately as the cost of college can quickly add up. With careful planning and research, you can be sure to choose a school that fits both your academic and financial needs.
Ensuring affordability is an important factor when choosing a college. It is also helpful to compare financial aid packages offered at different schools in order to determine which offer the best value for your money. Additionally, considering non-tuition costs such as room and board, books and supplies, transportation, and other living expenses can give you a better understanding of the total cost of attending college. With thoughtful consideration, you can find an affordable school that provides an exceptional education.
Tips for Winning Scholarships in June
1. Start Early: Begin searching for scholarship opportunities as soon as possible and get organized with a list of all the ones that you are interested in or fit your criteria. Make sure to check deadlines and be sure to apply before they close.
2. Prepare Materials Ahead of Time: Have all relevant documents ready, such as transcripts, letters of recommendation, and essays. This will save time when it comes to the actual application process and can potentially increase your chances of getting funded.
3. Take Advantage of Resources: There are many online sources that can help you find scholarships or provide advice on how to craft a winning application. Don’t be afraid to ask for assistance from guidance counselors, teachers, or even peers. Taking advantage of the resources available to you can make the process much easier.
Frequently asked questions
When should I start applying for scholarships?
Usually, the application depends on the individual scholarship that you have selected. Some of them accept applications all year round and some have a specific time frame. It always helps to start preparing early so that you can practice the essay and gather other requirements. This makes it easier to complete and submit applications within the given deadlines.
How to apply for scholarships?
Follow the instructions given in the scholarship details carefully. If you miss a step or a document there is a chance you may not be qualified. The steps of how to apply are also given in the details and most scholarships accept common documents that you need to keep handy. This may include identification, financial statements, and transcripts.