Scholarship Opportunities

The North Highland Memorial Community Center Scholarship

This organization has been established to promote Civic and Social improvements among the communities of Prattville, Alabama, and its environments; to raise funds and to contribute Such to worthwhile and deserving projects; to create and provide For the less fortunate and those in need; to conduct educational Programs aimed at improving the lives of people; to carry on And promote social exchange between people and to provide the Necessary facilities for the comfort of its members; and to conduct enterprises to carry out and effect the purposes of this organization.

Tue Apr 11 07:20 AM

Hagan Scholarship Foundation

The Hagan Scholarship is a nationwide need-based merit scholarship, designed to provide recipients with the opportunity to graduate college debt-free. Applicants must attend a traditional public high school governed by a school district. Free workshops, Free Schwab Brokerage Accounts and Free Study Abroad provide recipients with a practical understanding of important life skills not typically covered in the school curriculum. Recipients graduating college while in the Hagan Scholarship Program can apply for a Hagan Graduate Scholarship good for up to four additional consecutive semesters to attend graduate school. Hagan Scholars have attended 429 colleges and universities located in 48 states.

Fri Mar 31 10:53 AM

The LINKS, Incorporated Selma Chapter

On November 9, 1946, Margaret Rosell Hawkins and Sarah Strickland Scott, two young Philadelphia visionaries, co-founded The Links, Incorporated. They invited seven of their friends to join them in organizing a new type of inter-city club. This organizing meeting of The Links was not a spontaneous action. In 1945, Margaret Rosell Hawkins had conceived the idea of a group of clubs composed of friends along the eastern seaboard and had spent many hours with Sarah Strickland Scott in thinking, planning and discussing the possibilities of such an endeavor.

Wed Mar 29 08:05 AM

Elizabeth Steere Memorial Scholarship

The Elizabeth Steere Memorial Scholarship will be awarded upon the recommendation of the said committee based upon the following criteria: 1. Applicant must have at least a “C” average and include an official transcript. 2. Applicant must have applied to be admitted to a post-secondary institution (two-year junior college, technical college or four-year college) with attached letter of acceptance. 3. Applicant must submit along with application a seventy-five word essay entitled “Why I Feel I Should Receive This Scholarship”. 4. Two letters of recommendation from teachers, counselors or religious leaders in the community must be submitted. 5. Application should be completed and submitted to your school’s guidance counselor by April 20, 2023. 6. If you receive this scholarship you will be required to submit a letter of gratitude and a statement of your educational goals to: Mr. Tim Tidmore, Superintendent Mr. Allen Steere 153 West 4th Street 15 Shelburne Road Prattville, AL 36067 Wellesley, Massachusetts, 02481

Wed Mar 15 10:44 AM

Autauga County Career/Technical Education Alice Blackburn Scholarship

Any 12th grade student completing at least two career/technical program classes (excluding career prep) in Autauga County may apply for the Alice Blackburn Scholarship.

Wed Mar 15 07:35 AM

TW Orthodontics Scholarship Program

The TW Orthodontics Scholarship Program offers the opportunity to support the college cost for graduating high school students. It was established to recognize individuals with a potential to excel and become a contributing member of our local communities. Scholarships will be awarded on a competitive basis to graduating seniors from the Central and South Alabama areas. All scholarship money will go directly to the school to be applied toward tuition, books, fees, housing, or related expenses. Scholarship recipients will be determined based on academic achievement, participation in school and community activities, and an essay. Winners will be notified by April 28, 2023 to assist in the student's college decision.

Fri Feb 24 07:33 AM

The Montgomery Chapter of the Association of Government Accountants Scholarship

The Montgomery Chapter of the Association of Government Accountants announces the availability of scholarships for the upcoming academic year in the amount up to $1,000 for a full-time student and up to $500 for a part-time student.

Fri Feb 24 07:27 AM

Jackson Hospital Foundation Scholarship

The Jackson Hospital Foundation recognizes a great need for the training of new healthcare professionals in the River Region. To assist Jackson Hospital with the ongoing recruitment of capable, competent local employees, we would like to offer scholarship assistance to qualified seniors at area high schools. Ten $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to graduating high school seniors who wish to pursue careers in nursing (registered nurse or licensed practical nurse), imaging, medical technology or a related field. These scholarships will be awarded based on a combination of demonstrated academic success and financial need.

Mon Feb 20 02:49 PM

Autauga County Farmers Federation Scholarship

The Autauga County Farmers Federation is sponsoring a college scholarship for a student planning to pursue a course of study in agriculture or a related field. Requirements for all applicants are as follows:  Must be a U.S. citizen and resident of Autauga County  Must be planning to obtain a degree in agriculture or related field  Must include a letter of acceptance from the university of choice  Must include an official, signed grade report/transcript from high school/college  Must include three letters of reference; one should be from someone in the agricultural field  Do not have to be an ALFA member to apply  Do not have to be a freshman to apply

Mon Feb 13 07:58 AM

Brother Box Scholarship

Brother Box is a non-profit organization that creates supplemental education programs to help Black boys feel seen, heard, and supported during the critical stages of their journeys to adulthood, motivating them to see the best in themselves and strive for a future they can be proud of. The Brother Box Scholarship Program was created to help young Black men attend college, pursue their dreams, and make the transition to college a little bit easier. This year Brother Box will award seven, one-time $2,500 scholarships to Black male high school graduates in the state of Alabama.

Mon Feb 13 07:48 AM