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Deadline: May 19, 2016. Award: Variable. This application is for GILMANTON Seniors, who are enrolling in further education of some kind. Applicants must fill out the application and write a one page essay on what it means to you to be an American and to live in the USA. Completed applications and essays may be returned either via email, or to the School Counseling office. Applications may be picked up in the School Counseling office.
Deadline: Postmarked by May 2, 2016. Award: Variable. Senior Eligibility requirements are as such that students must be: a graduating senior from GHS; legal resident of Gilford or Gilmanton; a member in good standing of the GHS Performing Arts Program for at least two years, one of which must be senior year; proof of enrollment in an institution of higher learning. Underclass Eligibility requirements are as such that students must be: an underclass student wishing to attend a summer music, theatre camp, or musical trip; proof of acceptance into such a program; follow the application procedure according to all rules. Applicants are screened based on extra-curricular activities, achievement in Performing Arts; scholastic rating, student's career and or college goals; and financial need. Applications may be picked up in the School Counseling office, or can be found on-line at http://beyrent.sau73.org. All applications must be mailed in and postmarked no later than May 2, 2016 for consideration. Hand delivered applications will NOT be accepted.
Deadline: May 1, 2016. Award: $2500. Applicants must: have been a NH resident for at least two years; plan to attend a post-secondary education program; and by June of 2016, have proof of acceptance and/or enrollment in the post secondary program within one year of the award. Applicants need to submit an essay on the following topic: The Loebs were keenly interested in getting people to pay attention to politics and political involvement. How would you use this grant to advance that interest? Applicants will also need to submit one letter of recommendation, and a copy of their most recent transcript. Applications may be picked up in the School Counseling office.
Deadline: received by May 15, 2016. Award: $700. Applicants must be residents of Laconia or Gilford, or attend school there and must be graduating seniors who will be attending post secondary education on a full-time basis. Applicants will be required to fill out an application and submit a current transcript. Applications may be picked up in the School Counseling office.
Deadline: received by May 15, 2016. Award: $2000. Applicants must be residents of NH and must be graduating seniors who will be attending post secondary education on a full-time bases. Applicants will be required to fill out an application and submit a current transcript. Applications may be picked up in the School Counseling office.
Deadline: received by May 6, 2016. Award: $500. Applicants must be a senior in high school, and planning to attend school for civil engineering or environmental engineering, or environmental science. Selection is based on demonstrated financial need or hardship, leadership, and community involvement. Applicants will be required to write an essay of no more than 500 words describing their educational goals and career interests, including an indication of inspiration and/or motivation for their planned field of study. Applications may be picked up in the School Counseling office, and must be mailed back to Granite State Designers & Installers (address is on application.)
Deadline: April 15, 2016. Award: Variable. Applicants must be a graduating high school senior that resides in a community located within the Bank's primary marketing area: Tilton, Northfield, Canterbury, Belmont, Gilford, Salisbury, Penacook, Boscawen, Webster, Andover, Hill, Sanbornton, Danbury, New Hampton, Bristol, Alexandria, Bridgewater, Hebron, Groton, Laconia, and Franklin. Applicants may be students planning to further their education in any manner. Pick up application materials at the School Counseling office.
Deadline: May 10, 2016. Award: Variable. This scholarship was established in 1988 in memory of Cheryl Lynn Walsh, a former GHS student who died in a tragic automobile accident on graduation day, at 17 years of age. Cheryl was an exceptional student, athlete, and leader, as well as a warm and sensitive person. The award is presented to the GHS student who best displays the characteristics, promise, and aspirations of Cheryl Lynn Walsh. Preference will be given to those interested in medical and human service professions. Applicants must fill out an application, write a letter of intent, and provide three letters of reference (two from school personnel, and one from the community.) Applicants will also be interviewed by members of the selection committee. Materials may be picked up in the School Counseling Office.
Deadline: April 1, 2016. Award: $1000. Applicants must be graduating seniors from a NH High School and also be NH residents, who plan to major in Performing Arts as full time students. Applicants will need to demonstrate achievements in the Performing Arts and academics, as well as in community service and character. Please visit www.nhgmc.com/outreach/scholarships for more information and to apply.
Deadline: May 1, 2016. Award: $1000 to two NH Students. Applicants must be residents of New Hampshire who will enroll in college or technical/vocational school in the Fall of 2016. Applicants must submit a video, two to three minutes in length, addressing "Why does the 7th amendment to the United States Constitution matter to our system of justice?" The video will need to be published to your youtube channel, as well as on Facebook. If applicants do not have access to youtube or Facebook, they may submit a written essay, of no more than 500 words, on the same subject. For complete details and instructions, please go to www.manningzimmermanlaw.com/scholarships.
Deadline: May 15, 2016. Award: Variable. Applicants must be women who are enrolled in or accepted to a baccalaureate ABET-accredited engineering (EAC), computing (CAC), or technology (TAC) degree program. Applicants need a minimum GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 unweighted scale, and must be planning to enroll as a full-time status student. Applicants must be also be a US citizen or permanent resident of the US. Applicants must also not be receiving full funding for education from their school or another organization to be eligible. For further information, eligibility requirements, and to apply, please visit www.swe.org/scholarships.
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