Scholarships in the Thousands—Deadlines near

http://www.cfmt.org/request/search-scholarships/

Over 105 scholarships administered by the Community Foundation of Middle

Tennessee.

Deadline: March 15, 2017

You can explore the scholarships by clicking on the button, FIND SCHOLARSHIPS.

Here are some of the scholarships:

http://www.cfmt.org/request/search/?q=Wilburn

  1. Teddy Wilburn Scholarship

From webpage: “This scholarship is designed to benefit students at Tennessee State University and Vanderbilt University. To be eligible, a student must have at least a B grade average overall during the last two years of high school and have, for the majority of their career, attended high school within the 40 counties of Middle Tennessee.”

http://www.cfmt.org/request/search/?q=Newson

    2. Jerry Newson Scholarship

From webpage: “Those eligible to apply must currently reside in Davidson County, Tennessee. High school graduates and adults who have been “out in the world” are encouraged to apply. You must have a high school diploma or a GED. Those applying must attend a four-year accredited institution of higher education, which may be out-of-state. It is hoped that the applicants will pursue a degree in the social sciences or areas where they will be helping and giving back to their community.”

http://www.cfmt.org/request/search/?q=turner

     3.  Emmett H. Turner Scholarship

From webpage: “Eligible applicants are students enrolling in or currently enrolled at Tennessee State University in the Criminal Justice Program.”

http://www.cfmt.org/request/search/?q=davidson+county+women

    4.  Woman’s Club of Nashville Scholarship Endowment Fund

From webpage: “Eligible applicants should be women residing in Davidson County, Tennessee. Students should be graduating high school seniors or high school graduates with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Recipients are eligible to reapply each and every year up to three consecutive years of post-secondary education. Reapplying applicants will be given every consideration for renewal of the scholarship, but such funding is not guaranteed.”

Go to this link http://www.cfmt.org/request/search-scholarships/ and see if there are any scholarships you could apply for.

Other Community Foundations in Tennessee and Georgia

 

http://www.easttennesseefoundation.org/receive/scholarships.aspx

East Tennessee Foundation Scholarships

http://www.cfgc.org/scholarship-seekers

Over 70 scholarships at the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga

https://www.cfgm.org/scholarships/

Scholarships from the Community Foundation of Greater Memphis, TN

http://www.cfgreateratlanta.org/community-impact/scholarships-2/

Scholarships from the Community Foundation of Atlanta

Other Community Foundation Scholarships all Over America

http://www.cof.org/community-foundation-locator

Not from the Tennessee area or Atlanta, Georgia. Then, use this Community Foundation Locator at the link above to find a community foundation close to your permanent residence and see what potential scholarships may be available to you.

Other Powerful Scholarship Opportunities

 

  1. https://scholarshipamerica.org/what-we-do/students-parents/open-scholarships/

Scholarship America—check for open scholarships and soon to be open

  1. https://www.livemasscholarship.com/#home

Taco Bell Live Mas Scholarship

Ages 16-24, $2,500 to $25,000 to pursue your passion

Legal resident of the 50 US and the District of Columbia

Create and submit a 2 minute or less video that tells a story of your life’s passion

Deadline: May 12, 2017

 

  1. https://tmcf.org/our-scholarships/about-scholarships

Thurgood Marshall College Fund–Check about every 2 weeks to see what scholarships are open—open to students at 47 HBCUs, including Tennessee State University

 

  1. http://bryancollinsscholarship.org/about-the-program/

$2,000 Bryan A. Collins Scholarship Program, Deadline: March 1, 2017

From webpage:

“Eligibility Criteria, Scholarship applicants must:

  • Be an enrolled as an undergraduate student at Tennessee State University.
  • Be involved in extra-curricular or campus activities outside of the classroom, demonstrating leadership in such activities.
  • Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better (on a 4.0 scale).
  • Provide at least one faculty recommendation that highlights the applicant’s interpersonal excellence in working with students, faculty, administrators, campus employees or in the community.”

 

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