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Florida- Georgia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority

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Florida- Georgia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority

GPA 3.0 Or Greater /SAT min 1000/ ACT Minimum

  • Must be enrolled in: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science/ Computer Information Systems, Environmental Sciences, Engineering

  • For Minority Participation

  • Deadline May

Fluor Foundation/Fluor Daniel Engineering Scholarship 

  • Annual awards for minorities or females, who are full-time sophomores enrolled in an undergraduate program in Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering, at a participating institution. 

  • Student must be selected by the dean of engineering or appropriate selection committee at participating college/universities to receive an application. 

  • Award amount and number of awards may vary. 

  • Contact student’s Dean of Engineering to determine if the school is designated as a participant in the Fluor Daniel Engineering Scholarship Program. 

  • Contact: Scholarship Coordinator

The Fluor Foundation
3333 Michelson Drive
Irvine, CA  92730 
(714) 975-2000

Footaction USA Hooked on Sports Scholarship

  • Athletic

  • $1,000 to $10,000

  • Must be involved in school or community sports and/or fitness program

  • October

  • Contact: 1-800-521-2123

Forestry Technology Program / Wallace Junior College

  • Forestry major

  • Winter

  • Contact # 334-222-6591

Ford Motor Company

  • Contact Agency.  Funds directly provided to institutions for granting awards. 

  • Contact: Ford Motor Company
    The American Road
    Dearborn, MI  48121

Garden Clubs of Alabama

  • major in horticulture field

  • plan to attend Auburn University

  • December deadline

  • B GPA

  • Fax to Steve Boykin, Supervisor Agriscience Ed. 221-4019

Girls State

  • Previous session of Girls State

  • Committed to staying from Sunday afternoon until Friday afternoon

  • 11th grade


  • Student 350 word essay on future goals

  • Weekly September through November

  • Contact: GMAC Bowl 6159 Omni Park Drive

  1. Mobile, AL 36609 470-9029 or 635-0011 fax#635-0014

Gaines-Hamil Memorial Scholarship

  • Transcript

  • Photo

  • Two paragraphs on reason for choosing teaching as an career and plans of finance

  • Three letters of recommendation

  • Deadline March 1

  • Entering Education Field\

  • $1,000

  • Contact: MCEA Office 476-3145

The Gates Millennium Scholars Program

  • Administered by the United Negro College Fund, provides scholarships and fellowships for outstanding low-income African-American, Native American, Hispanic American, and Asian American students to attend the undergraduate and graduate institutions of their choice.

  • Contact:

Jacques and Natasha Gelman Trust

  • Age 17 & 18 seniors performing , literary or visual arts

  • $10,000 gold awards $400,000 cash awards

  • Reg. Oct. 1 Portfolio Material: Nov. 1

  • Contact:

Louise Giles Minority Scholarship

  • Prove academic excellence, leadership qualities, and commitment to a career in librarianship.

  • Contact: American Library Association (ALA)
    50 East Huron Street
    Chicago, IL  60611

Guideposts’ Young Writers Contest Scholarship

  • Authors of the top eight manuscripts will each receive a scholarship, ranging from $1,000 through $8,000, and a portable electronic typewriter.

  • Contact: Young Writers Contest
    16 East 34th Street
    New York, NY  10016


Harold Hayden Memorial Scholarship Fund

  • Scholarships are awarded annually to high school seniors planning to attend college.

  • Contact: NABCO
    440 First Street, NW Suite 410
    Washington, DC  20001

Hercules Incorporated

  • Scholarships and summer jobs for minorities in engineering majors.

  • Must apply through your institution.  Amount: $2,000. 

  • Contact: Hercules Incorporated
    910 Market Street
    Wilmington, DE  19894-0001

Linly Heflin Scholarship

  • Monetary for use at accredited Alabama College

  • Female, need based

  • November

  • Contact: Linly Heflin Office

Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities

- Contact:
Health Occupations Career Fair Scholarship Program for High School Seniors

Mobile or Baldwin County

  • Min 3.0 GPA

  • MUST Attend Health Occupations Fair in Fall

  • Going into Health Care Field

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