2020-2021 Scholarships

Students who are interested in majoring in the field of cybersecurity may wish to apply for the CyberCorps Scholarship for Service. This program provides scholarships that may fully fund the typical costs incurred by full time students while attending a participating institution, including tuition and education related fees. Additionally, participants receive stipends of $22,500 for undergraduate students and $34,000 for graduate students. The scholarships are funded through grants awarded by the National Science Foundation. Within the state of Florida, FSU, UF and FIU are all institutions that participate in this program. There are also many other participating schools across the United States. For additional program guidelines and information please visit: https://www.sfs.opm.gov/default.aspx .

The University of North Georgia offers different types of Army ROTC Scholarships for high school seniors. Recipients become Army Lieutenants upon graduation from UNG with a Bachelor’s degree. These scholarships pay for Tuition and Fees-or- Room and Board, Monthly Stipend, a book allowance with a total value at UNG of $59,000 for a 4-year scholarship, or $45,000 for a 3-year advance designee degree. Out of state Cadets also pay tuition at the in-state rate. For more information please email: [email protected] .

Students who are interested in finding guaranteed scholarships to nearly 200 colleges and universities should visit: www.guaranteed-scholarships.com . This website now includes more than 700 scholarships that are available to students who meet the awards criteria and who have been accepted and plan to enroll at the specified universities. Application deadlines vary so don’t delay, visit this website today.

Seniors in high school or current full-time college freshmen may wish to apply for the $1,000 GOTranscript Academic Scholarship Program. Applications are accepted year-round. Interested students must share their short- and long-term academic/career goals, as well as respond to the essay prompt found at: http://gotranscript.com/scholarship-program .

Announcing the Florida Governor’s Council on Indian Affairs, Inc., Employment & Training Program. This non-profit, tax-exempt organization, through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), a Native American grantee, are responsible for the allocating and the distribution of this funding to the economically disadvantaged, unemployed, or underemployed Native American, Native Alaskan and Native Hawaiians residing in the state of Florida and Georgia for job training and educational purposes. The Employment & Training Program presently provides Classroom Training Assistance to individuals seeking GED, Certificate, Diploma, or College level academic degrees. They will receive funding towards the cost of their tuition, fees and textbooks. There is also The Florida Indian Youth Program and Leadership Academy for those youths between the ages of 14-19. Native students who are seeking financial assistance to attend college or to pursue a Certificate of Trade after graduation should visit: http://www.fgcia.org/ for additional information.

Announcing the 5th Annual Aviation Scholarship Awards for U.S. high school students who are interested in flight training or aviation maintenance. Epic Flight Academy's aviation scholarships are open to current high school juniors and seniors for flight training and seniors for aircraft mechanics. A total of 3 scholarships will be awarded ($20,000 and $5,000 for flight training; $19,500 for aircraft mechanics) . The deadline to apply is October 1, 2020.

The Build Your College List scholarship closes for the class 2021 students on July 31st. Students who sign-up for the College Board Opportunity Scholarships program at cb.org/opportunity and build a college list of six or more schools on our college planning website, BigFuture, can earn a chance at a $500 scholarship. To stay on track for the $40,000 Complete Your Journey Scholarship, students must sign up for the program and complete the Build Your College List scholarship before it closes.