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2022 Charles R. O'Meilia College Scholarship

ACT/SAT Required: Yes
Minimum GPA: 0.00

Requirements:
THE ELIGIBLE STUDENT IS: A resident of Palm Beach County planning to attend college full time Majoring in: · Architecture · Engineering · Construction · Public Service

Selection Criteria:
THE APPLICATION PACKET MUST INCLUDE: 1. The completed Application form 2. High School or college Transcript 3. The Applicant’s General Statement / Essay 4. Scholarship Reference Form The application must be submitted by June 1, 2022 via email to: thomas.hogarth@palmbeachschools.org

Caribbean American Heritage Youth Essay Competition

ACT/SAT Required: No
Minimum GPA: 0.00

Requirements:
The essay competition is open to 11th and 12th grade students who reside in Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties and were either born in the Caribbean and/or have at least one parent or guardian who was born in the Caribbean. Information about the Institute and national Caribbean-American Heritage month activities may be obtained at www.icsdc.org; information about TATI, Inc. can be obtained at www.taticaribbean.org.

Selection Criteria:
Essay Competition Rules *Entries must be submitted as an individual effort, and must be original unpublished work. Essays should not be concurrently submitted for other competitions. Only one essay will be accepted from each author. Entries in this essay competition must be titled Research some prominent Caribbean Americans who have contributed to the field you are most interested in pursuing after graduation. “How they helped grow the profession?” * While the content of the essay is of primary concern, proper grammar and spelling will also be factors in the judging. * The essays should be between 1,000 to 1,500 words, typewritten, double-spaced, 8 ½” by 11” (letter-size) paper with all pages numbered. Margins must be 1 inch. The absolute minimum or maximum number of words must be observed. *The essay must be written in English and all entries must include a bibliography. * Entries that do not comply with any of the competition rules will be disqualified. A separate entry form and cover sheet with the following details must be included: essay title, writer's name, sex, grade and word count. Neither writer's name, nor the writer’s country of Caribbean heritage should appear in the main essay or on the cover sheet. * The editorial board of TATI, Inc. reserves the right to edit essays selected for publication. All essays become the property of the TATI, Inc. and will not be returned. * The essays will be assessed in confidence by an independent panel of judges. No appeals will be entertained. Results of the local competition will be announced during Caribbean American Heritage Month, by June 7, 2022.

South Florida Business Aviation Association Scholarship

ACT/SAT Required: Yes
Minimum GPA: 3.00

Requirements:
In order to be eligible for the SFBAA Scholarship Program, the student must: • Be a graduating high school senior in Dade, Broward or Palm Beach counties or be enrolled as a first year student at an Aviation Institution in Dade, Broward, or Palm Beach counties

Selection Criteria:
Student must: • Plan to continue education within the aviation sector (including, but not limited to, aeronautical science, aerospace engineering, air traffic management, aviation management, aircraft maintenance, or becoming a certified commercial pilot) • Enroll in a college or vocational school on a full-time basis • Explain in a carefully thought out essay, “Why are you entering the aviation industry and where do you see yourself 10 years from now?” • Provide a letter of recommendation from a teacher/advisor/employer/etc.

South Florida Business Aviation Association Dave Davis Memorial Scholarship

ACT/SAT Required: Yes
Minimum GPA: 3.00

Requirements:
In order to be eligible for the Dave Davis Memorial Scholarship, the student must: • Be a graduating high school senior in Dade, Broward or Palm Beach counties

Selection Criteria:
Student must: • Have created or taken part in an exceptional community service program, with a dedication of at least 300 hours towards a single effort • Plan to enroll full-time in a college, university, or trade school • Complete the attached application and submit the required essay • Provide a letter of recommendation from an advisor of the community service program, or equivalent

Tatiana McIntosh Memorial (Financial Hardship) Scholarship

ACT/SAT Required: No
Minimum GPA: 0.00

Requirements:
Applicants must:  Be 18 years or older, or have a parent or guardian who must apply on their behalf.  Enroll as an incoming Freshman or Sophomore.  Enroll on a full-time basis in a Bachelors degree program.  Live or attend school within the state of Florida.  Complete a Scholarship Application Form.  State your reasons for wishing to pursue a career in your choice field of study.  Provide details of involvement in professional/community organizations relevant to your development as an individual.  Be able to demonstrate that you would otherwise find it difficult to pursue full-time oncampus study because of financial constraints. Priority will be given to those with life altering or serious illnesses or living/economic conditions, and/or those who have medical expenses that may pose an ongoing financial drain that may jeopardize one’s educational status.  Please see application for specific information. In general, it is your responsibility to provide as much detail as possible regarding the nature of your financial hardship and applicable expenses. Simply providing a total amount due will not suffice

Selection Criteria:
1. Evidence of sustained commitment to, and achievement in academic studies (must provide official transcript). 2. Documented evidence of financial hardship (bank statements, tax returns, government assistance, evidence of free or reduced lunch, etc. - please black out any account numbers, social security numbers, etc). 3. Evidence of sustained participation in and commitment to community and social service activities (number of service hours achieved required). 4. Two (2) letters of recommendation required, detailing why the candidate should be considered for this award (written examples of student’s achievement or potential are encouraged). 5. Demonstrated commitment to ongoing personal and professional learning.

The Adele Marie Bradley Foundation High School Senior Scholarship

ACT/SAT Required: Yes
Minimum GPA: 3.50

Requirements:
The applicant must reside in and be a high school senior in Palm Beach County. -High School Senior Scholarship Application form. Complete, print and sign the form. -Academic Resume- Please make sure to include any clubs, sports, volunteer activities, etc. Please make sure to include all high schools you’ve attended -Transcript. Include an official transcript from the high school attended by the applicant. -SAT or ACT scores. The applicant's SAT or ACT scores must be included if those scores are not reported on the applicant's official transcript. The applicant may submit a printed copy of their scores from the College Board or ACT website, as long as the printed web page clearly shows the applicant's full name alongside the score -Essay- Please include a minimum 500 word and maximum 1000 word essay describing how you have overcome adversity, how they have used that experience to better themselves and the community, and what their future goals are. This is the most important part of your application. -Letter of recommendation. One (1) letter of recommendation from a school official, counselor, teacher, present or former employer or community leader. The letter of recommendation must include an address and telephone number at which the person writing the latter can be reached.

Selection Criteria:
Current high school seniors who are planning to attend a post-secondary institution in a degree program as a full-time student for the 2022-2023 school year. Scholarships are awarded based on merit and essay about persevering through adversity. The essay must describe how they have overcome adversity within their life, how they have used their experience to better themselves and/or their community, and what their future goals are.

The ArtGlassSupplies.com Annual Scholarship

ACT/SAT Required: Yes
Minimum GPA: 0.00

Requirements:
If you are a student with any educational institution in the USA, you are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Here are the terms and conditions that you need to keep in mind before applying: One applicant can apply only once If the applicant is a high school student, we will need parents' or legal guardians' written consent allowing you to apply for this scholarship. It is upto ArtGlassSupplies.com's discretion to evaluate, accept and/or reject any application. The funds received by the awardee under the scholarship are to be used for educational purposes ONLY.

Selection Criteria:
submit to us an original essay on the topic "How Technology is Transforming Art'. Please keep it a minimum of 1200 words. Things to keep in mind while writing the essay: Must be a minimum of 1200 words. Should be submitted in MS Word/Wordpad format Please do not submit a PDF The essay should be entirely original. Plagiarism/duplicity of any extent will lead to disqualification The essay is not the only criterion for selection. The essay as well as the overall candidature will be the basis for selection The essay must be accompanied by the following details: Applicant's full name (as on documents) in the header Followed by the applicant's email address in the header Phone number (mobile/fixed line) Postal address with ZIP code Name of the educational institution the student is pursuing their education at Name of the degree/program that the applicant is pursuing

The Voyager Scholarship (THE OBAMA-CHESKY SCHOLARSHIP FOR PUBLIC SERVICE)

ACT/SAT Required: Yes
Minimum GPA: 3.00

Requirements:
Applicants must meet all of the following eligibility criteria: Plan to enroll full-time in their junior year of study at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States in Fall 2022. Eligible students are: Finishing sophomore year in Spring 2022 Or transferring from a two-year to a four-year college for their 2022-2023 junior academic year Have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or equivalent Have demonstrated a commitment to public service Plan to pursue a career in public service upon graduation Be a United States (US) citizen, US permanent resident (holder of a Permanent Resident Card), or an individual granted deferred action status under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA)

Selection Criteria:
Applicants must plan to pursue a career in public service which includes careers in government, non-profits or the private sector. A career in public service includes a range of occupations—from community organizing to social work and from entrepreneurship to the arts—all committed to solving our biggest challenges together. Preference may be given to applicants with no or limited prior engagement with other leadership programs in their undergraduate experience. Students must demonstrate financial need to be considered for the program.