Cyberbullying-Experience Scholarship

Hello !

 

My name is James. My organization excited to tell you that we are offering a scholarship to all students who have experience with cyberbullying. We would love to make applications for this scholarship available to your students.

 

Eligibility Requirements

 

In order to participate in the scholarship contest, applicants must meet the following criteria:

 

  • Must be performed in the English language.
  • Word count between 800 – 1,000+ words.
  • Based on true life experience.
  • Preferably must contain some tips on how to stop cyberbullying.
  • Must not contain any offensive or harassing content.
  • Must not contain real names (characters that are shown in the essay).
  • Must be provided with the applicant`s full name and a valid e-mail address on a separate page.
  • Contest award: 1500$

 

Application deadline: June 30, 2017

 

Winners will be selected and notified by July 31, 2017

 

All essay submissions should be sent to essysupply@gmail.com

Here is the link to our scholarship – http://www.essaysupply.com/blog/scholarship-essay-contest-cyberbullying-experience

 

We will be honored if you could let your students know of this opportunity and possibly include us on your scholarship resource page:

http://www.wcs.edu/phs/scholarship-information/

 

If you have any questions please let us know.

 

Sincerely.

James Scott

2016/17 Rotary District 6760 Four Way Test Speech Contest Announcement

TO:  Interact Club Sponsors –  Franklin High School, Independence High School, Independence High School

 

Our Assistant Governor for our Rotary District announcing the Four Way Test Speech Competition.

 

The Franklin Noon Rotary Club will present checks to each school participating in the Speech Competition at the school level provided there are no less than three students participating.

 

Checks will be presented to First Place Winner – $250, Second Place Winner – $150, and Third Place Winner – $100.

The checks will be written directly to the students following competition at the school. Either I OR another Rotary Club representative will present the check to the student.

Be sure you let us know the date, time, and location – Room, etc. of the Speech contest.

First Place Speech winners will be invited to speak at the Rotary Club meeting to present their speech and will be extended an invitation to go to district, etc. levels. Kindly review the two attachments AND go to www.rotary6760.org/four-way-test-speech-contest.

Schools not participating in the Speech Competition will not receive the funds.

More info attached below:

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University of Mississippi CLC Scholarship

PLEASE SEE YOUR COUNSELOR IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE SCHOLARSHIP!

This fall, the University will conduct its 33rd Chancellor’s Leadership Class (CLC), and we invite you to nominate one of the top student leaders in your school to participate.  The CLC meets weekly during ythe students’ freshman year and is designed to provide exceptional leaderships development opportunities for members of the class.  Approximately 90 student leaders will be chosen from the class of 2017 to participate in this exciting seminar.  In addition, CLC students will receive a $1,000 scholarship ($500 per semester) for their freshman year.

To be eligible, a student must be admitted to the University of Mississippi for Fall l2017 and have completed the Entering Freshman Scholarship Application.  If you would like to nominate a student leader from your school, please complete the online submission.  Only one nomination per school will be accepted.  We will be accepting nominations through March 15.

Regions Hampton Scholarship

In May of 2017, the Hampton Scholarship Foundation will be awarding college scholarships.  The scholarship awards are $1,500 per academic year for a maximum of four years.  To be eligible, a student must meet the following criteria:

  • be a high school senior
  • be a resident of Tennessee
  • have financial need
  • plan to attend an accredited college, university, or vocational/technical school on a full-time basis

Deadline:  April 15, 2017

Attached is more information and application

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William Henry Oliver Scholarship Program – East Nashville High School

The Alumni Association of East Nashville High School awards scholarships on a yearly basis to graduating seniors who are descendants of graduates of East Nashville High
School.

The student must be a direct descendant of a graduate of East Nashville High, or a current year graduate of East Nashville Magnet School, submit a fully completed application by the deadline for applying and take part in a personal interview with the Scholarship Committee, on a Saturday in April, 2017.

If you fit this profile, please to to the EastNashvilleHigh.com website and download an application, submit same and put themselves in competition for a one-time award that is normally $2,000 payable to the school where they will be attending in the fall of 2017.  Last year we awarded fourteen $2,000 scholarships.

 

Franklin Lions Club Jim Stephenson-Bill Garrett Memorial Scholarship

DEADLINE:  April 1, 2017

The Franklin Lions Club is proud to offer the Jim Stephenson-Bill Garrett Memorial Scholarship.
It was established in 1996 to honor the memory of two long time members of the club. The one
year scholarship for $2,500 is payable in two installments for the freshman fall and spring
semesters to the college or university of the student’s choice.

The Lions Club is a worldwide service organization whose primary focus is sight services. The Franklin Lions Club would like to recognize a deserving student from the Franklin area, who exhibits qualities that promote service to the community. The recipient must be an unselfish and caring individual who works to better themselves, but at the same time recognizes the need to offer their services to others. Scholastic and extra-curricular activities will also be considered.

All graduating seniors are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Students must complete the
application and provide all the requested documents and signatures. Only completed
applications will be considered, and the decision of the judges is final.

The completed application should be mailed to the address listed above and must be
postmarked no later than April 1, 2017. The judging committee will select the individual winner.
The winning student, as well as their school, will be notified in time for graduation or awards
ceremonies. The recipient and their immediate family will be invited to attend the Franklin
Lions Club dinner in June.  A formal presentation and pictures for the local newspaper will be
made at that time.

The official rules and application are attached. Copies may be made for any student interested
in applying for this scholarship. Please contact me with any questions (615) 498-6182.
Sincerely,
Brad Coleman
Scholarship Committee Chairman

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Regions Shepherd Scholarship

The Shepherd Scholarship Foundation was established in 1956 under the will of Mrs. Elizabeth
Buford Shepherd and has aided many full-time students attending accredited colleges since its
beginning.
There are many applications each year, and a qualified committee carefully reviews each
application and considers such factors as academic achievements, extra-curricular activities in high
school and financial need. Since we can only award scholarships to a small percentage of students
who apply each year, we urge you to advise only your most qualified students to submit
applications. We suggest that applicants come from the upper ten percent ofeach graduating class.
Please note that the deadline for submitting applications is May 1.  Applications received after
the deadline will not be accepted.

All applications must be entered electronically through our online application management system
hosted by Foundant Technologies. To access the new scholarship application please go to the
following link:
https ://www. grantinterface.com/re gionsscholarship/common/lo gon.aspx

Once on the logon page click on Create New Account to either create an account on behalf of a
student or have the student create their own account. The Access Code required is “shepherd15.”
Please note, that as a guidance counselor you will be receiving two emails from the student as part
of their application.  These will direct you to the form that you need to complete on behalf of the
student.  Additional information on the website application is in the attached instructions.
It is imperative that all required documentation be uploaded in the format outlined in the
attached instructions.
Please be sure that the completed application and supporting documents are submitted no later than midnight May 1, 2017.  Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted. The guidance counselor’s portion of the application process must also be completed by the application deadline of midnight May 1,2017.

Attached is more info on how to apply:

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University of Tennessee Martin

PLEASE SEE YOUR COUNSELOR IF YOU ARE INTERESTED:

This fall we will once again, award $1,000 scholarships to three incoming freshman who declare Communications as their major at the University of Tennessee Martin.

These are exciting days in the Communications Department, and we depend on outstanding students like yours to keep us strong and vibrant.  We hope that you will urge them to apply for one of our $1,000 scholarships.  The scholarships will be presented at our Communications Awards Banquet on Thursday, April 6, in the Duncan Ballroom, Bowling University Center, from 11:30 – 1:30PM.  Winners and their parents/guardians will be invited to join us and be recognized at the banquet.

DEADLINE is March 27.  

If your students have an interest in the mass media, our department will provide a great opportunity.  here are just a few reasons why:

  • Our faculty have won more teaching awards than any department on campus.  They also come from successful careers in the professional world of mass media/communications.
  • Our fully digital HD broadcasting/multimedia equipment is as cutting-edge as any area schools, and students get access to our TV/radio skills courses and equipment during their first or second semester.
  • Our student radio station is currently ranked in the Top 5 in the Nation and No. 1 in the South, our TV station is currently ranked No. 3 in the South, and our4 student newspaper is among the Top 10 in the South
  • Our Web design, photojournalism, social media management and multimedia courses will prepare your students well for careers in online media.

Attached is the application.

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Wofford Scholarship

Please see your counselor if you are interested in this scholarship
Wofford proudly announces the 69th annual Wofford Scholars Program.  Qualified candidates are eligible to compete for scholarships ranging from $3,000 per year up to full scholarship, which is valued at approximately $45,000 per year.
Your school is invited to nomitale current juniors as Wofford Scholars. *The deadline for
nominations is June 15. 2017.*  Any nominations submitted after June 15 will be considered on a
case-by-case basis. Please consider qualified minority students when making nominations. The criteria
for nomination are as follows:

  • Students must rank in the top 10% of the class. (If your school does not rank, you may be asked
    to send transcripts; please do not mail or fax transcripts unless requested.)
  • They must have achieved a minimum score of 1300 (critical reading and math combined/reading
    and writing and math score) on the PSAT or SAT, or 28 composite on the PLAN or ACT.
  • They must demonstrate qualities of scholarship, leadership, and potential for
    success.
  • All students who are nominated for this program must apply to either our Early Decision or
    Early Action deadline.

Nominations must be submitted to us at http://www.wofford.edu/scholars/
Nominees are screened by the Wofford Scholars Selection Committee.  If your students meet the
Scholars’ criteria, they will be invited !o participate in Wofford Scholars Day. This program includes
interviews for the students and various information sessions for nominees and their parents.
For those nominated by April 1, packets containing certificates for those nominees that qualify and a letter letting you know if anyone did not qualify at this time will be mailed to the school in May.

Office of Admission 429 North Church Street Spartanburg, SC 29303 864-597-4130 woftord.edu