Outside Scholarships

Ashland University intends to give students who receive an outside scholarship the maximum benefit possible. Students are required to report to the Financial Aid Office, in writing, the name of the scholarship and the amount awarded for each academic year as soon as the student becomes aware of his/her eligibility for the outside award. The outside grant or scholarship will be added to the other aid the student is entitled to, as long as total financial aid does not exceed a student’s need or cost of attendance.


Your outside scholarship search for the following academic year should start in the fall. Some helpful websites for national scholarship searches are www.finaid.org, www.fastweb.com and www.collegeboard.com. You should also check with your hometown’s Chamber of Commerce, Education Foundations, City Hall or even with your high school’s guidance counselor to learn about local sources of funding. Below is a list of outside scholarship sources that have been sent to Ashland University to disseminate to our students.

Outside Scholarships Finder

Scholarship Description:

Payne, Nickles & Company, CPAs is offering two $2,000 scholarship for the 2015-16 academic year.  The scholarship is open to fourth or fifth year students with accounting majors and is intended to assist the student in meeting the 150-hour requirement to take the CPA exam.  Scholarship applications can be picked up at 422 West Market Street in Sandusky or 257 Benedict Avenue, Bldg. D in Norwalk or on website.

Eligibility Criteria:  Erie/Huron, or continguous counties, Ohio resident; minimum of 2.8 GPA; completion of the FAFSA

Deadline:  5 p.m. Friday, May 1, 2015

Contact information:  Website www.pncpa.biz; Phone 800-860-0152; Fax 419-663-3637

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2 000.00
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Payne, Hammersmith, Nickles & Company Accounting Scholarships is
offering two $1,500 scholarships for the academic year. These
scholarships are open to fourth and fifth year students with Accounting
majors, and are intended to assist the students in meeting the 150-hour
requirement to take the CPA exam. Eligibility criteria: (1) Erie or
Huron County, Ohio resident (2) Minimum 2.8 GPA (3) Completion of the
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This scholarship is
based on field of study, merit, financial need, and community
involvement. Applications are available in the Financial Aid Office.
Deadline is 5p.m. May 2.

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https://www.ozmoving.com/Scholarship

Oz Moving & Storage is proud to be a part of our local communities and even more proud to be involved with volunteering our time to various causes that help to grow our community. As part of our commitment to helping make our local communities a better place, we are reaching out to financially help one lucky student with a $1,000 Scholarship. We know that paying for college can be a challenge. The courses, textbooks, and dorm life can add up quickly. We want to help make it that much easier so you can focus on what matters most - the academics. While the journey may not be easy, the reward of an academic education will remain with you for a lifetime.

Oz Moving & Storage’s $1,000 Essay Scholarship will be awarded to one qualifying graduating high school student or undergraduate college student with the most provocative and well-written essay. Fill out our quick survey below, email us your essay and the $1,000 could be yours!

We hope to see many student participants for our 2015 scholarship! Be sure to read the rules and submission details carefully before entering.*

Essays will be graded based on proper use of grammar and execution of ideas and argument on the student's topic of choice by selected staff of Oz Moving & Storage.

How to Enter:

Please choose one essay topic from the two below to write about:  (You will need to continue wiht Scholarship Survey on website link.)

  1. When you’re in elementary school, middle school, or high school, big life changes such as a move to a new town, city or state, can be rough. Being the new kid on the block and having to make new friends can either be fun or rough. Tell us about a time when you had to deal with a big change and how you overcame it for the better.

  2. If you had the opportunity to debate a particular topic with anyone in history (past or present), who would it be and what would the topic be?

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1 000.00
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Ornament Shop Annual $500 Scholarship Award

Objective:    Seeks new initiatives for selling their products year round.

Challenge:  Develop a comprehensive online marketing strategy to acquire sales from February to October.

The Reward:  The student with the most unique, well-written submission, as judged by the Company's Owner and Marketing Director, will be awarded $500 scholarship.  In addition, the winner will be offered an opportunity to interview with the company and employment in marketing as full-time or intern, if underclassman.

Further information can be found at:  http://www.ornamentshop.com/scholarship.asp

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500.00
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http://www.researchautism.org/news/otherevents/scholarship.asp

OAR is now accepting applications for the 2015 Scholarship Program. The online application can be found here: https://app.wizehive.com/apps/oarscholarship2015. The application will close on May 1, 2015.

Background:  In 2008, the Organization for Autism Research (OAR) introduced the Schwallie Family Scholarship Program to support the post-secondary, undergraduate education of qualified individuals with an autism spectrum diagnosis. As of December 1, 2014, OAR has awarded a total of $476,500 to 156 students from across the country through this program. Supported initially through gifts from the family of OAR Board member, Ed Schwallie, the scholarship fund has also received generous support from the Lisa Higgins Hussman Foundation in each of the last five years.

In 2013, OAR announced an expansion of the scholarship program to benefit students with more severe autism diagnoses by establishing the Lisa Higgins Hussman Scholarship Program. OAR Board member and Scholarship Committee chairwoman, Lisa Hussman, championed the initiative, which is supported through a generous gift from the Lisa Higgins Hussman Foundation. For these awards, eligible students may be attending any of the types of institutions that fall under the Schwallie Family Scholarship Program criteria, as well as one of the growing number of certificate and life skills / transition programs.

2015 Scholarship Program:  OAR's scholarship program provides non-renewable $3,000 scholarships to students across the autism spectrum. OAR is pleased to invite applications from persons with an autism diagnosis (DSM-IV or later criteria) pursuing full-time, post-secondary, undergraduate education or vocational-technical training in any of the following:

  • Four-year undergraduate college or university
  • Two-year undergraduate college
  • Trade, technical or vocational school
  • Cooperative life skills programs

Applicants must choose between one of the following options:

  • The Schwallie Family Scholarship for higher-functioning students
  • The Lisa Higgins Hussman Scholarship to support students with more severe autism diagnoses

Eligibility: Any individual with an established autism diagnosis and who will be attending an accredited institution of higher education in the United States for the Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 semesters is eligible to apply. Eligible individuals need to be enrolled on a full-time basis or be working toward certification or accreditation in a particular field (e.g., studying to be a paralegal, chef, etc.). Past recipients of a Schwallie Family Scholarship or immediate family members of any person serving on OAR’s Board of Directors or Scientific Council are not eligible to apply.

Proof of Diagnosis:  Due to the sensitive nature of medical information and the volume of applications OAR receives, the application process assumes the applicant has an autism diagnosis.  Once OAR identifies finalists, it requires each one to submit copies of the medical documentation that established the diagnosis.  This is not part of the application process.  Before applying, however, each applicant should review the proof of diagnosis criteria.

**Based on recent changes in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) criteria for autism spectrum diagnoses, OAR will be asking all scholarship finalists to verify that they meet criteria for either a DSM-IV or DSM-V diagnosis.

Application:  OAR exclusively uses an online application system.  Using a drop down box, applicants will select either the Schwallie Family Scholarship (for higher functioning students) or the Lisa Higgins Hussman Scholarship (more severe diagnosis students).  Students are expected to complete the applications on their own.  In the case of applicants for the Lisa Higgins Hussman Scholarship whose written communications skills may be more limited, OAR will allow a parent or guardian to provide a personal letter in addition to the required letter of recommendation from a teacher, counselor, coach, or other non-relative. 

Review: The Scholarship Review Committee is comprised of members of OAR's Board of Directors, and augmented by selected parents of children with autism and self-advocates. Each complete application is reviewed.  Incomplete submissions are disqualified.

The review proceeds in two phases: (1) Initial Review and (2) Final Review.  Approximately 10 percent of applicants advance to the Final Review.  From there, the Scholarship Review Committee identifies intended scholarship recipients and a ranked list of alternates should a primary candidate subsequently not qualify for any reason. 

Reviewers base their evaluation and recommendations on the personal story as conveyed by the essay’s original content: challenges that have been overcome, future aspirations, the importance of the chosen field of study, and how the scholarship will help achieve academic, career, and personal goals.

California Spirit of Distinction Scholarship: Starting in 2012, OAR partnered with an anonymous donor that wished to provide two $500 scholarships to young women attending schools in the California State University system. All applicable candidates for the Schwallie Family Scholarship will be considered for a California Spirit of Distinction Scholarship.

Note to Applicants, Parents, and Counselors:

This is a highly competitive program.  Last year, OAR received nearly 500 applications competing for 40 available scholarships. OAR encourages any interested person to apply. At the same time, we caution anyone submitting an application against incorporating this scholarship into any financial plans for post-secondary education until notified of selection.

If you are unable to find what you are searching for or have additional questions, please contact Wendy McKinnon, programs and outreach associate, at scholarship@researchautism.org or 703-243-3466.

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500.00
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Scholarship application can be picked up in the Financial Aid Office.

The following criteria will be considered:
- Resident of Richland County, Ohio
- High School Graduation from within Richland County, Ohio
- Academic Performance
- Community Service
- Personal Essay
- Financial Need
- Extenuating Circumstances
- Recommendations
Our Fall scholarship goes to a student who has already successfully completed at least one year (freshman) of college and is currently enrolled as a continuing student (sophomore or higher).  
Spring Application Deadline:  January 30, 2018
Fall Application Deadline:  June 30, 2018
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500.00
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https://www.cscglobal.com/global/web/csc/csc-scholarship.html

What is Online Brand Protection?

Companies use online brand protection to help establish and define their presence on the web. This includes researching, registering and monitoring everything from domain names to social media names to trademarks.

Scholarship Essay Topic: Online Brand Protection

In 500 words or less, provide a response on the topic below:

You work in the marketing department of a major corporation that is launching a new brand. You are responsible for the corporation's online marketing strategy related to the new brand name.

Explain your plan of action to establish the new brand name online, using the questions below as your guides:

  • What domain names would you register? How would you go about researching whether those domain names are available for registration? Which domain names would you use actively vs. register for defensive purposes only?
  • Which social media platforms would you use for the new brand and what usernames would you register on each platform? How would you go about researching whether those social media usernames are available for registration?
  • Which trademarks would you register? How would you go about identifying where and what to register? Which other departments at your company would you involve?
  • What tools would you put in place to monitor your brand name online in order to identify improper use or abuse by other parties? How would you research and select those tools?

Submission Format:

  • Please submit your essay in PDF Format
  • Please use the following document name template: LastName_FirstName_Date.pdf
  • Submission deadline: May 31, 2015
  • Please email your essay to: scholarship@cscglobal.com
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1 000.00
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http://ohionursesfoundation.org/scholarships-and-grants/

The Ohio Nurses Foundation awards thousands of dollars annually in research grants and scholarships to notable nurses and future nurses.

Browse the list below of available scholarship and grant opportunities and their corresponding applications.  Scholarships and research grants are awarded at the annual Nurses Choice Awards and Scholarship Luncheon.  The deadline for all applications is January 15th of each year.

Scholarships
Grants
  • Research Grants: For the support of sound research projects conducted by registered nurses in Ohio. Up to 3 $2,000 grants are awarded per year.
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2 000.00
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Ohio Travel Association - $1,000 scholarship to a deserving,
full-time student studying tourism. Renewable for following two years. A
description of the scholarship and application are posted at www.ohiotravel.org.
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Cleveland Scholarship Programs - Ohio Transfer Council Scholarship - Scholarships are available for transfer students who are attending schools that are participating members of the Ohio Transfer council. Information and applications available at www.ohiotransfer.org or www.cspohio.org

 

 

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Ohio Parks and Recreation Association Foundation - Three student
scholarships of $500 each are available in for outstanding students in
recreation and park management or related programs of study. Questions
regarding the scholarship process can be addressed by contacting Robert
Harris, at 513-785-7060 or via email at harrisr@ci.hamilton.oh.us. The applications can be downloaded from the Ohio Parks and Recreation Association web site at www.opraonline.org. Deadline for applications is November 14.
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Ohio Environmental Health Association provides students the
opportunity to apply for The George Eagle Memorial Scholarship. This
Scholarship consists of a $2,000 cash award granted to one
undergraduate, and one graduate, student annually. Undergraduates must
be an Ohio resident, enrolled as a sophomore, junior, or senior in a
program leading to a Baccalaureate degree in Environmental Health or a
related field. Graduates must be an OEHA member in good standing,
enrolled in a graduate program, with at least a 3.0 GPA. Applications
are available in the Financial Aid Office or at 740-349-6535 or at
e-mail address: jebel@lcounty.com. Deadline is February 28.

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Ohio Business Teachers Association This $1,000 scholarship is
available to a full-time graduate student or junior/senior undergraduate
majoring in business education and enrolled in an Ohio college. Please
request an application by calling 289-5002 or come to the Financial Aid
Office, 310 Founders Hall to pick up an application. Forms must be
submitted by August 31.

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Ohio Arts and Crafts Guild - Scholarship must be used to pursue a
visual Arts Education. 2.5 GPA or above, written recommendation from a
faculty member, 3 slides representing work. List of community or school
involvement in the humanities, special honors, awards or other
information that could result in receiving the scholarship. Application
is available in the Financial Aid Office. Applications due January 31
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Ohio Appalachian Center for Higher Education - The mission of the
OACHE is to raise the college attainment in Appalachian Ohio. We all
know a college education provides opportunity for a better way of life
creating a more secure workforce, a stronger economy and more
progressive communities in addition to many other positive returns. For
information, go to http://www.oache.org/
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Copy and paste into browser for application:  http://www.oawwa.org/HomeRight/2017/2017%20Scholarship%20Application.pdf

Purpose: To encourage water industry related education through scholarship. This scholarship program has been created in an effort to give back to the individuals who support the water industry and the Ohio Section of the American Water Works Association.

Awards: The Scholarship Committee will award scholarships for the fall 2017 academic season.

The respective awards will be:

First Prize - $3000

Second Prize - $2000

Third Prize - $1500

Dates: Application submission deadline - February 10, 2017.

Award notification anticipated June 2017.

Eligibility: Any student residing in Ohio and attending an Ohio accredited institution of higher learning during the scholarship year, in a water industry related program (i.e. science, engineering, management, computer information systems, or other water related field).

Details: Current Committee members or their immediate family are not eligible to receive a scholarship. State Governing Board members who themselves or immediate family members applied for a scholarship cannot vote for scholarship award winners.

No student shall receive more than two scholarships from this program within a ten-year period.

If no students meet the criteria, no awards shall be given during that calendar year.

The scholarship will be paid directly to the awardees school for tuition costs. A current invoice must be provided for this payment to be processed.

Applications can be obtained also from:

Richard Griffing

Ohio AWWA Secretary

4050 Tod Ave NW

Warren, OH 44485 330-219-6160

Rick.griffing@gmail.com

 

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Nursing Home Abuse Prevention Scholarship

ELIGIBILITY: Applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Recipient is currently in their first or second year of nursing school, or entering nursing school in the fall of 2014
  • Recipient is a U.S. citizen accepted to or currently attending an accredited nursing school or program within United States.
  • Academic achievement as reflected by an undergraduate cumulative minimum 3.0 GPA

REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must submit by July 31st, 2014:

  • A completed Scholarship Application Form
  • One-page typed essay
  • An official copy of a law school or undergrad college transcript
  • If entering a nursing program or school in the fall of 2014, an acceptance letter from an accredited Nursing Program

The award recipient shall provide the following documentation to obtain the scholarship:

  • Proof of Legal Residency in U.S. (i.e. birth certificate, passport, permanent resident card, etc.)
  • The Rooth Law Firm Nursing Home Abuse Prevention Scholarship for Nursing Students is to be used exclusively for nursing school tuition and related expenses. A check for $1,000 will be made payable to the award recipient’s education institution to cover these expenses and he or she is expected to submit receipts in accordance with IRS regulations

AWARD

  • Nursing Home Abuse Scholarship award recipient will be notified of the selection on or about August 1, 2014.

DEADLINE: Completed applications must be submitted no later than July 31st 1, 2014. Application materials should be  mailed to:

The Rooth Law Firm

1330 Sherman Avenue, #B

Evanston, Illinois 60201

Phone: 847-869-9100

 

DOWNLOAD SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION HERE:

http://www.roothlawfirm.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Rooth-Scholarship-Application.pdf

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1 000.00
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Learn more by going to:  http://www.novusbio.com/scholarship-program.html

Novus Biologicals Scholarship Program

Research is a critical component for the development and advancement in the life science community.  We want to further scientific achievement by helping students who are interested in developing a career in science.   

The Novus Biologicals Scholarship Program is awarded to students pursuing a degree in a science related field twice a year.  A $1500 (or international currency equivalent) scholarship will be awarded to one student for the fall and spring semesters.   

Spring 2015 Scholarship Program:
We are now accepting applications for the Spring 2015 Scholarship! 
How to apply
  • Fill out the scholarship application form. Download the scholarship application form
  • Submit a transcript of all college/post-secondary coursework (if high school student submit high school transcript). 
  • Submit a written statement addressing the following topics:
    • Make a top ten list of your favorite inventions in science.
    • Write a personal statement of 500 words or less on how you plan to use your degree to further advance science in your field of interest.
Eligibility
  • Applicants must have a major declared in a science related field.
  • Open worldwide.
  • Enrolled or accepted for enrollment (baccalaureate, graduate, associate degree, or diploma) with a declared major in a science related field.
Selection and notification process
  • Deadline for this application is December 5, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. MST.
  • Finalist will be notified by December 19, 2014. 
Submission guidelines
  • Please submit your application and written statement to scholarship@novusbio.com by December 5, 2014 to be considered for the Spring 2015 Novus Biologicals Scholarship.  
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1 500.00
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The Northern Panhandle Conservation District will be awarding up to a $1,500 scholarship to an undergraduate student in 2014.   Application can be downloaded from their website  http://www.wvca.us/districts/upload/4334.pdf . 

To be Eligible for this Scholarship, a Student Must be:

  • a U.S. Citizen
  • working toward the first Bachelor's Degree
  • a resident of a Northern Panhandle County (Brooke, Hancock, Marshall, Ohio)
  • have graduated from a Northern Panhandle High School
  • have successfully completed 56 credit hours at an accredited college or university
  • have a cumulative grade point average of 2.8 or higher
  • must be majoring in Agricultural Science, Environmental Science, or a related field

Deadline:  Mailed copy must be received by July 1, 2015 at 4 pm. to: 

Mail to:  Northern Panhandle Conservation District, One Ball Park Drive, McMechen, WV  26040

All Criteria Must be Met and Includes:

  1. A list of three people (with addresses and telephone numbers)who know you well enough to support this application.  One must be your college academic advisor.
  2. Application must be filled out completely and must be accompanied with an official college transcript.
  3. All selections shall be final.  All applications and attachments become the property of the district.

 

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1 500.00
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At Non12StepRehabs.org we're committed to increasing awareness of non 12 step rehab programs because our experience has been that 12 step treatments are ineffective at addressing the underlying problems associated with substance abuse allowing a relapse to occur. There are alternatives that are safe and proven effective.

Because this cause is so important to our organization's core belief, we offer annually a $1,000 scholarship to the student who writes the most compelling essay related to our core belief.

For more information go to their website:  http://www.non12steprehabs.org/scholarship.html

Deadline:  June 1st annually

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1 000.00
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Web Site: NHSC.hrsa.gov/scholarships

The scholarship pays tuition, fees, other educational costs, and provides a living stipend in return for a commitment to work at least 2 years at an NHSC-approved site in a medically underserved community.


Program Description
Students pursuing a career in primary health care are eligible to receive funding for their education in exchange for practicing in rural, urban, and frontier communities with limited access to care, upon graduation and licensure.

Eligible Disciplines
Enrolled or accepted in the following primary health care disciplines in an eligible degree program in a U.S. state or territory:
• Primary Care Physician (MD or DO)
• Dentist (DDS or DMD) • Family Nurse Practitioner (NP)
• Certified Nurse-Midwife (CNM)
• Primary Care Physician Assistant (PA)

Service Commitment
1-year service commitment per scholarship year or partial scholarship year; 2-year minimum and 4-year maximum.

Financial Benefits

Funding for a maximum of 4 years: 

• Tuition
• Required fees
• Reasonable educational costs
• Monthly support stipend

Tax Liability
Only stipend is taxable.

Where Members Serve
NHSC Scholars must practice at an NHSC-approved site in a Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA) with a minimum score that is determined annually. (Found on website)

Application Requirements
U.S. citizen (U.S. born or naturalized) or U.S. national

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Learn more by going to:  http://www.emitations.com/scholarship.html

Entry Deadline: December 14, 2014
Award: $1,000 Scholarship

Emitations.com is known for making trendy, classic and beautiful jewelry accessible to people of all income levels. Through in-depth market trend research and customer collaboration, we are able to offer over 5,000 sku's of silver jewelry that is both affordable and accessible to the general public. Emitations.com is pleased to offer the opportunity to apply for its scholarship program, for those meeting the eligibility requirements, to assist in funding the cost of higher education.

Eligibility
Applicant must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Legal Resident of the United States, may not be an employee of Marketing Advantages International, Inc. and must meet one of the following 2 criteria:

  1. Incoming freshman:
    Applicant must be a current high school student, graduating or earning a GED between January 1, 2014 and June 30, 2014 and have a cumulative high school grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4-point scale and must have taken either the ACT or SAT test. If selected, the winner must provide proof of enrollment at an accredited American college or university, provide original proof of ACT or SAT score, and provide original high school transcript.

  2. Current freshman, sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate students:
    Applicant must have a cumulative college grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4-point scale, and be enrolled full-time at an accredited American college or university between November 30, 2013 and December 14, 2014. If selected, the winner must provide original college transcript from accredited American college or university.

Award
The recipient will receive a one-time $1,000 scholarship to be applied to qualified expenses. Qualified expenses are graduate and undergraduate tuition, fees, and books for the 2014-2015 academic year. Funds are provided by Marketing Advantages International, Inc. d/b/a Emitations.com ("Emitations"). Payments are issued by Emitations, made payable to the student's approved college or university and mailed after February 15, 2015 directly to the accredited college or university confirmed by Emitations during the award process.

How to Apply
Applicants must submit an essay of 1,000 words minimum on one of the designated topics and a copy of their most recent transcript to info@emitations.com. Please include your name, address, phone number, school name and year in school with your email.

Essay Topics:

  1. Emitations makes beautiful jewelry accessible to everyone by making it affordable. Not everyone has a celebrity budget and therefore cannot afford certain things. If you could make something more affordable and accessible to the general public, what would it be and why?

  2. How has internet shopping and social media impacted jewelry styles and fashion?

Criteria
After the deadline for submitting entries, Emitations may post the essays of the finalists on its website, Facebook, Google Plus and other social media sites. Selection of the winning essay will be based partially on the number of Facebook likes, shares or comments of each essay. Selection of the winning essay will also be based on creativity, thoughtfulness, and insight by the Emitations judges. Selection of finalists, as well as the winning submissions are entirely at the discretion of Emitations. The winner will be announced January 15, 2015.

Additional Terms of Scholarship
By submitting an entry to any of the Emitations Scholarships, you acknowledge and agree that you are transferring all rights and ownership of submitted content to Emitations, regardless of whether your entry is selected as a winner, and that Emitations will own all publishing rights in and to the written application materials. Emitations reserves the right to publish submitted works at the conclusion of the entry period in any manner Emitations sees fit. In addition, if selected as the winner, you agree to allow Emitations to use your name, image and biographical information on its website, social media websites and other promotional efforts.

The winner will be contacted by Emitations via the email address used for submission. The winner will be confirmed ONLY after (1) providing proof of enrollment in the form of a copy of a tuition bill OR letter of proof from the accredited United States college or university at which the winner is enrolled and (2) the winner (and their parent or legal guardian if the winner is under the age of 18) signs and returns an affidavit of eligibility and liability/publicity release within thirty (30) days of prize notification. Upon satisfaction of these two conditions, the winner will be publicly announced on Emitations website, Facebook, and Google Plus page. If the winner fails to timely satisfy both conditions, an alternate winner may be selected.

Only one essay per student. Multiple entries will cause the student to be disqualified. Decisions of the judges are final. Emitations reserves the right to alter or discontinue this program at any time without notice.

Additional Questions
Contact us if you have questions about Emitations.com Scholarship Programs.

Emitations.com
3434 University Avenue
San Diego, CA 92104
info@emitations.com

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http://www.navexglobal.com/scholarship

NAVEX Global, a leading provider of governance, risk and compliance software and solutions, has funded a $1,000 scholarship to encourage the study of ethics and compliance within organizations.

To apply for the 2015 NAVEX Global Scholarship, complete the following two steps:

  1. Take this 14 question survey which will ask you your opinions regarding conduct in the workplace.
  2. Respond to the following essay prompt in 500 words:
    • Identify a recent whistleblowing incident from the news. Discuss the impact that this incident had on the company’s people, reputation, bottom line and corporate culture.
    • Give us your thoughts on whether the impact was effective in preventing this kind of incident happening in this organization again, or in other similar organizations. (Did the incident cause change within the industry or prevent future harm? Did the organization stay the same and not address the issue? Was the reward to the whistleblower appropriate?)
    • Do you believe the response to the whistleblowing incident was appropriate? Why or why not?

Submission for this scholarship is due May 31, 2015 and will be available soon. Please check back later to submit your essay and take the survey. This survey will be awarded Fall 2015.

Please note that both steps are required - students must complete the survey and submit an essay to be eligible for the scholarship. However, your specific answers do not impact your eligibility and will be randomized.

The scholarship is open to students in the United States who are currently enrolled as full-time college freshmen, sophomores and juniors, as well as high school seniors. Only one entry is permitted per student.

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National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation Scholarships
and Mentoring Program. The National Restaurant Association Educational
Foundation (NRAEF) encourages and supports high school students,
undergraduate students and educators who are committed to furthering
their education and enhancing their careers in the restaurant and food
service industry by awarding scholarships. Application is available
online at the NRAEF Web site: www.nraef.org. Copies can also be printed from the Web site.
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Deadline   5/1, 8/1, 11/1 - 5:00PM EST
Description   The National Research Council (NRC) offers up to 4 years of funding for science and engineering postdoctoral scholars to research in labs and institutions. Fellows get the opportunity to be supported for independent research. A host laboratory will provide research funding. Postdoctoral Research Associateships (RAP) are awarded to persons who have held the doctorate for less than five years at the time of application and are made initially for one or two years with a possibility for renewal for one or two additional years.  
Award Amount   Competitive stipends and benefits offered to all fellows. 
Disciplines   Life Sciences. Physical Sciences. School of Engineering. School of Public Health.  
Academic Level   Postdoctoral Scholar.  
Citizenship   Citizenship requirements for the NRC Research Associateship Program vary depending on the sponsoring federal laboratory. 
Requirements   Open to scientists and engineers in all stages of their career. Postdoctoral applicants should hold, or anticipate receiving, an earned doctorate in science or engineering. Applicants should refer to specific detail of tenure length for the laboratory to which they are applying. Must identify a prospective Advisor and a Research Opportunity. 4 reference reports. Transcripts. For non-US citizens in the US now: legible copies of their immigration documents. 
Award Type   Fellowship/Grant 
Contact   Research Associateship Programs 500 Fifth Street, NW (Keck-568) Washington DC 20001 (202) 334-2760
rap@nas.edu
sites.nationalacademies.org/pga/rap/
Last Updated   9/25/2014 11:23:00 AM 

Awards are made for 1 or 2 years, renewable for a maximum of 3 years; senior applicants who have held the doctorate at least 5 years may receive awards for shorter periods.  Annual stipends for recent Ph.D. recipients for the 2015 program year range from $42,000-$80,000 depending upon the sponsoring laboratory, and are appropriately higher for senior award recipients.  Graduate entry level stipends begin at $30,000 and are higher for additional experience.

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