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Scholarship Title: Autism and Special Needs Awareness Scholarship

Amount: $ 2,500
Application Deadline: 2020-07-01
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior | Need/Merit: Need, Merit | Enrollment: Full Time
FAFSA needed: No | Renewable: No
Eligibility: To qualify for the 2020 Autism and Special Needs Awareness Scholarship, you must meet the following criteria: Have a diagnosis or documented history of autism or a learning disability. Planning to enroll or currently enrolled in an accredited college or university undergraduate program in Fall 2020 or Spring 2021. Submit an essay as described below. Agree to the scholarship terms and conditions.

Description: Gacovino, Lake & Associates, P.C. is proud to award a scholarship in the amount of $2,500 to a college applicant who is on the autism spectrum or has a documented learning disability. The Gacovino, Lake & Associates, P.C. Autism and Special Needs Awareness Scholarship will go to the qualifying student who writes the best essay on the topic listed below. The deadline for the 2020 Autism and Special Needs Awareness Scholarship is July 1, 2020.

How to Apply: Other (See Application Instructions below), Online Application (see field below)
Application Instructions: The essay topic for the 2020 Gacovino, Lake & Associates, P.C. Autism and Special Needs Awareness Scholarship is: Who is your role model? Your essay should be no more than 1,000 words and describe: Who your role model is Why they made a direct or indirect impact on your life How they changed your life If you qualify to write an essay and compete for this scholarship, we encourage you to use the form on this page to submit your contact information, other requested information, and your essay. Please upload your essay and any other necessary documents in PDF format. To be considered for the 2020 Autism and Special Needs Awareness Scholarship award of $2,500, you must submit your application, essay, and any other materials before midnight on July 1, 2020. We will not accept applications submitted by email, in person, via mail, or any other method outside of the online application. For any questions regarding the scholarship or submitting your application, you can reach assistance at the office of Gacovino, Lake & Associates, P.C. at (631) 600-0000.

Organization:
Peter Russon

Gacovino, Lake & Associates, P.C. 270 W Main St
Sayville, New York 11782
media@gacovinolake.com
631-600-0000

Scholarship Title: PTSD Scholarship

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 2,500
Application Deadline: 2020-07-01 | Award Year: 2020
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior | Need/Merit: Merit | Enrollment: Full Time
FAFSA needed: No | Renewable: No
Eligibility: To qualify for the PTSD Scholarship, applicants must: Be in the process of enrolling in undergraduate education or currently enrolled in a college or university Submit an essay based on the criteria listed below Include an unofficial transcript Agree to the terms and conditions of the contest Essay Topic Your essay must focus on the topic of PTSD, a subject that remains near to the heart of New Yorkers affected by 9/11. More specifically, your paper should center on deconstructing one or more of the misunderstandings surrounding PTSD. Approaches to the essay may vary, as you may choose to take a policy-focused stance or a more expository tact. You are free to use any anecdotes, statistics, or other relevant research. The winning paper will be well-organized and engaging. All submissions must be limited to 750 words or less. Your essay must be sent in a PDF format along with your application.

Description: The team at Dansker & Aspromonte Associates is awarding a $2,500 scholarship to a prospective undergraduate student or a student who is currently enrolled in a college or university who submits a thoughtful essay around the topic of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

How to Apply: Other (See Application Instructions below), Online Application (see field below)
Application Instructions: To apply for the PTSD Scholarship, use the form included online. Essay Topic Your essay must focus on the topic of PTSD, a subject that remains near to the heart of New Yorkers affected by 9/11. More specifically, your paper should center on deconstructing one or more of the misunderstandings surrounding PTSD. Approaches to the essay may vary, as you may choose to take a policy-focused stance or a more expository tact. You are free to use any anecdotes, statistics, or other relevant research. The winning paper will be well-organized and engaging. All submissions must be limited to 750 words or less. Your essay must be sent in a PDF format along with your application. You must submit your application by July 1, 2020, to qualify for consideration. Any late submissions or essays submitted in any manner other than the form on this page will not be considered.

Organization:
Logan Mathews

30 Vesey Street 16th Floor,
New York, New York 10007
Media@dandalaw.com
917-810-4045

Scholarship Title: Overcoming Obstacles Scholarship

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 1,000
Application Deadline: 2020-12-31 | Award Year: 2021
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Need, Merit | Enrollment: Full Time, Part Time
FAFSA needed: No | minimum GPA: 3.00 | Renewable: No
Eligibility: The Overcoming Obstacles Scholarship is open to any current high school senior, college student or graduate student enrolled in an accredited community college, undergraduate, or graduate program within the United States. Candidates for this scholarship should have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher and be in good overall academic standing.

Description: The team at O’Connor Family Law are pleased to announce the Overcoming Obstacles Scholarship. We understand the challenges that one faces after a serious life-changing event, like divorce, and is committed to helping her clients feel supported both legally and emotionally through such a trying time. We would like to recognize an individual for their strength and perseverance with a $1,000.00 scholarship to put towards pursuing their educational goals.

How to Apply: Email, Send Resume, Online Application (see field below)
Application Instructions: The candidate must submit a 1,000 -2,000-word essay response to the prompt: Describe a major challenge you faced and what you did to overcome it. Explain the impact that this had on you and how it shaped who you are today and how you will use this experience to help others. The candidate must submit a professional resumé that lists their professional and academic experience and updated contact information. The candidate must submit a transcript from their current school. First-year college students, graduate students, or individuals who have recently transferred schools may submit an unofficial transcript from their current school, as well as the most recent official transcript from their prior school. High school students must also submit proof of acceptance to their college or university. Candidates must email their full application (essay, resume, transcript) to contact@familylawma.com by 5 p.m. December 31, 2020.

Organization:
O'Connor Family Law
Law Firm
45 Lyman St
Westborough, Massachusetts 01581
contact@familylawma.com
774-314-4725

Scholarship Title: Action Behavior Centers Semi-Annual Scholarship

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 1,000
Application Deadline: 2020-06-30 | Award Year: 2020
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Merit | Enrollment: Full Time
FAFSA needed: No | Renewable: Yes
Residency: US citizens or permanent residents
Eligibility: US citizens or permanent residents enrolled in or planning to enroll in an accredited college or university full-time in 2018. There is no minimum GPA requirement. The basis for awarding the scholarship will be the passion of the applicant, as represented by their writing sample.

Description: ABA Therapy Scholarship for undergraduate students pursuing a degree in some field relating to research on autism spectrum disorder or clinical therapy positions (psychology, applied behavior analysis, education, or a variety of natural or applied sciences)

How to Apply: Other (See Application Instructions below), Online Application (see field below)
Application Instructions: A complete application will be 100% online, and consists of (1) a completed application form (2) a short writing project. Application form: Please complete the application form and complete all requested information, including the link to your short writing project. Short writing project: Please share in one page (less than 250 words) your personal understanding of how Applied Behavior Analysis works as a therapy for those with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Include original writing and thinking, as submissions will be checked for uniqueness and plagiarism in order to be fair to all applicants and out of respect for the process. The best essays will demonstrate a sophisticated understanding of autism spectrum disorder, human behavior, and clinical approaches to mental health disorders. If you have a personal set of motivations relating to autism (a friend, family member, other experience) please share this as well. Please post this to a personal website, social media page, or blog in order to share this learning and awareness opportunity with others. Building awareness of ABA therapy and Autism Spectrum Disorder is one of the key ways that more patients over the last decades have brought this disorder into public attention. Please include the link to your post in your application. You may find information about ABA therapy on our website (www.ActionBehavior.com) and many other resources online. Please include a link back to the page on our website you found to be the most helpful. Our clinical and administrative staff are not able to answer questions about our ABA Therapy Scholarship. Our phone lines and other contact forms on our website are devoted to patients, so no means of communication other than this form will be accepted. In response to requests from prior years’ applicants, we put the scholarship application online. Please complete all responses, and share a link to where you have posted your writing sample.

Organization:
Rachel Callicutt, Scholarship Coordinator




Scholarship Title: Hani Zeini Grant

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 1,000
Application Deadline: 2021-03-01 | Award Year: 2021
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Need, Merit | Enrollment: Full Time, Part Time
FAFSA needed: Yes | Renewable: No
Eligibility: All students enrolled in an accredited college or university from any class standing may apply for the Hani Zeini scholarship.

Description: Hani Zeini is a prolific entrepreneur within the healthcare finance sector. Hani Zeini is passionate about his work in the sector and has a strong drive to support the ambitious and enterprising students of America. Zeini has founded a $1000 Hani Zeini Grant with these students in mind, and hopes to offset the rising cost of education in America with this contribution. Zeini is especially interested in supporting students with an interest in healthcare, as the need for innovation and creativity in responding to a changing healthcare landscape is at an all-time high. The Hani Zeini Grant is a $1000 merit-based scholarship for students with a recognized financial need and a desire to pursue a career that is enterprising and entrepreneurial in nature. While all future business leaders are encouraged to apply, preference for the recipient of the Hani Zeini Grant will be given to students with an expressed interest in the healthcare sector.

How to Apply: Email, Other (See Application Instructions below)
Application Instructions: Please submit the following via word document to info@hanizeinigrant.com: Essay: Hani Zeini grant applicants must compose an original essay that discusses howthey will use their education to become a successful entrepreneur, and how their contributions will benefit society. Essays should be no more than 850 words. On a separate page, please also include the following information: First & last name Contact number Mailing address .EDU email address Name of university The recipient of the Hani Zeini grant will be notified on March 15th, 2021, and a profile of the recipient will be posted on the Hani Zeini grant website.
Online Application: https://hanizeinigrant.com/

Organization:
Andrew Russell




Scholarship Title: TetonLighting Architectural & Engineering Scholarship

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 500
Application Deadline: 2020-07-01 | Award Year: 2020
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Merit | Enrollment: Full Time, Part Time
FAFSA needed: No | Renewable: No
Residency: legal U.S. resident
Eligibility: Legal residents of the fifty United States and the District of Columbia who are eighteen years of age or older at the time of applying and who are currently enrolled in an accredited post-secondary institution of higher learning (college or university) are eligible to apply for the scholarship. Any employees and affiliates of Business and members of their immediate families, and persons residing at the same address, are not eligible to apply for the scholarship. Void where prohibited by law. Do not submit an application if you do not agree to the terms and conditions of these Rules.

Description: Subject in each case to the terms and conditions set forth in these Official Rules (“Rules”), TetonLighting.com ("Business") will award one scholarship each year in the amount of $500 U.S. dollars (timed to coincide with the beginning of a typical university Fall semester).

How to Apply: Email, Other (See Application Instructions below), Online Application (see field below)
Application Instructions: Create a 1-2 minute video about why you are passionate about becoming an architect, designer, or engineer and submit it to us (before submitting the form you will need to upload your video to YouTube or Vimeo). Please note that the quality of the video will not be a ranking factor, only the content of the video will be considered. Applicants will submit all contact information (name, email, etc.) and a link to their self-produced video (must be owned by applicant) to our scholarship coordinator via the Google form link online. The video must be created by the applicant and must be 100% original and free of copyrighted or trademarked content. Limit of one application per person. All applications, including all content, become the property of Business and will not be returned. The content included in applications may be used in marketing materials or posted on the Business website without further compensation or notice to the applicant. In no event shall Business be liable for any potential recipient notification that is lost, intercepted, or not received for any reason. By submitting an application, you fully and unconditionally accept and agree to these Rules and the decisions of Business, which are final and binding.

Organization:
Amber Earl


scholarship-service-manager@storecoach.com>

Scholarship Title: Simmrin Law Group Entrepreneurial Scholarship

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 1,500
Application Deadline: 2020-12-21 | Award Year: 2021
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Merit | Enrollment: Full Time, Part Time
FAFSA needed: No | minimum GPA: 3.00 | Renewable: Yes
Eligibility: You are passionate about pursuing your entrepreneurial dream You are currently enrolled in, or have been accepted by, an accredited university/college in the United States. We encourage both undergraduate and graduate students to apply. You have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. You are able to provide an unofficial copy of your transcript, a completed application, and your essay, no later than the deadline, using the online form to your right.

Description: We are pleased to announce the Simmrin Law Group Entrepreneurial Scholarship. This scholarship is our way of fostering the values that drive all of us here at Simmrin, and helping pass those values to future leaders. It is a $1,500 scholarship which will support one high-achieving, entrepreneurially-minded college student.

How to Apply: Other (See Application Instructions below), Online Application (see field below)
Application Instructions: Please choose ONE topic from the options below, and write an essay to show us why you should be considered for this scholarship. Please keep essays between 500 and 1,000 words in length: How and when did you first realize that you are an entrepreneur at heart? How did this first experience shape your plans and goals for the future—and how has your entrepreneurial dream grown since? What is one way in which you think the world would be a better place if more people were entrepreneurs? How could our society better prepare young people to have the skills and passion to choose an entrepreneurial path in life? What was the biggest failure you ran into when first trying out entrepreneurial projects of your own? How did that experience change the way you approach later projects? How to Apply To apply for the Simmrin Law Group Entrepreneurial Scholarship, make sure you meet the eligibility requirements, then simply complete the application form found online.

Organization:
Simmrin Law Group


media@simmrinlawgroup.com
310-935-0068

Scholarship Title: Rise Up First-Generation Scholarship

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 5,000
Application Deadline: 2020-07-03 | Award Year: 2020
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Merit | Enrollment: Full Time, Part Time
FAFSA needed: No | minimum GPA: 3.00 | Renewable: No
Eligibility: Are the first in your family to attend college Currently enrolled full-time or part-time in a two-year or four-year accredited undergraduate or graduate college or university, as listed on the U.S. Department of Education website Are at least 16 years old Have at least a 3.0 GPA

Description: No one in your family got to go to college—until you. We created our $5,000 Rise Up First Generation Scholarship to recognize students like you who will inspire generations to come.

How to Apply: Email, Other (See Application Instructions below)
Application Instructions: To apply for this scholarship, first create a Course Hero account, then write a 500-word essay. The topic: examine a difficult decision made by a character from a movie or a book, and explain why you agree or disagree with it. If your essay and application give you the winning edge, we’ll email you by August 3, 2020, 11:59 PM PST to let you know. The scholarship money will then be sent directly to your school and applied to your tuition. Apply by July 3, 2020, 11:59 PM PST Copy of your school or state photo ID (we use this only to verify your identity so we can award you the scholarship) Your year in school Your student ID number (please indicate whether this is a high school or college ID number) A high-def photo (we may use your photo and bio to feature you on our website and social media platforms) Short bio (2—5 sentences), including your hometown, school, major (if you have one), and plans for the future. (What would you like people to know about you?) Your mailing address and T-shirt size (for some Course Hero swag!) Are you interested in being featured in a blog post? Yes/No GPA verification Read and sign the "Affidavit" attached to this email.

Organization:
Jessica Phan


jessica.phan@coursehero.com

Scholarship Title: The Opportunity for Change Scholarship

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 500
Application Deadline: 2020-09-30 | Award Year: 2020
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Need, Merit | Enrollment: Full Time, Part Time
FAFSA needed: No | Renewable: No
Residency: United States
Eligibility: Minimum GPA Requirement: 3.00 Residency: United States Enrollment status: Full-time, Part-time Academic level: Undergraduate or Graduate Programs Field of study: Any Additional criteria: This Educational Scholarship is ideal who students who have struggled with addiction and has overcome it to pursue an education. This is also for student who have had a friend, family member or spouse who has struggled with addiction.

Description: The Opportunity for Change Scholarship is an Educational Scholarship awarded in the amount of $500 for the spring semester to (1) student pursuing a college degree, who have a personal connection to addiction and are demonstrating academic excellence. The deadline for this scholarship is September 30th annually, and the recipient will be notified by December 1st annually to receive award before Spring enrollment.

How to Apply: Other (See Application Instructions below), Online Application (see field below)
Application Instructions: Include a Submission Essay Your submission essay should detail your personal connection to addiction, what career path you are hoping to take, and how you hope to make a difference with your education. Additionally, list any work you are currently doing, whether paid or voluntary. Include a letter of recommendation from a college professor or High School Teacher. Include a copy of College or High School Transcripts. Please submit the required documents as a single PDF or .docx file Upload online.

Organization:
Lucy Brian


lucybrianhp@gmail.com

Scholarship Title: Seattle Yachts International Scholarship Award

Number Available : 1
Amount: $ 1,500
Application Deadline: 2020-12-31 | Award Year: 2021
Class: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student | Need/Merit: Merit | Enrollment: Full Time
FAFSA needed: No | minimum GPA: 2.80 | Renewable: Yes
Eligibility: Must be enrolled in at least of 6 hours undergraduate courses or 3 hours graduate at an accredited University. Must have taken at least 40 undergraduate credit hours or 10 graduate credit hours. Must have proof of a declared major. Must demonstrate volunteer work on campus or in the community of attended University or College. Must attach one letter of recommendation on official letterhead from a professor or University faculty member. You must be currently enrolled at your college or university during the time of submission. You must have a 2.80 GPA or higher.

Description: Seattle Yachts started this scholarship award in 2018 to help college student achieve their dreams. Seattle Yachts mantra is having fun in business while working hard and giving back to the community. Seattle Yachts will look for a student who possesses a strong drive to succeed while also remembering to dedicate themselves to their local community.

How to Apply: Email, Other (See Application Instructions below)
Application Instructions: To apply, you must fill out our application which you can download online. We do not accept faxed applications. Only direct mail or emailed applications will be accepted. Please send your application via email where possible. Do not send any CDs, USB drives, tax returns, bank balances, resumes or CVs. We will not be able to return any submissions. Applicants must submit their applications by 12/31/2020 at 5:00PM Eastern. Applications must be submitted via email to Scholarship@SeattleYachts.com. All applications must be submitted by 12/31/2020 by 5:00pm Eastern. The winning applicant will be chosen based on their GPA, community service, recommendation letter, and finally at the discretion of the panel. What to include in your application: Your first and last name, phone number & email address. Statement or transcript of your Grade Point Average (GPA). Your letter of recommendation from professor or faculty. A brief explanation of your time spent volunteering or helping the community.

Organization:
Peter Whiting

719 28th St, Ste B
Anacortes, Washington 98221
marketing@seattleyachts.com
828-242-9810

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