Paying for College? - Student Resource Guide
(Includes scholarships, internships, fellowships, and websites)
Paying for College Student Resource Guide (Includes scholarships, internships, fellowships, and websites)
Paying for College
Vocational Education Opportunities
United States Service Academies
Scholarship and Internship/Fellowship Notifications
Notifications are listed oldest to newest from top to bottom.
Check out the College 101/Naviance
A tool for students and parents to help navigate the college selection process is
Career planning that helps students achieve three primary goals:
Register for the ACT at http://actstudent.org/regist/index.html
No test centers are scheduled in New York for the February test date.
Confirm ACT dates and register for the test of your choice today! You can also call 319-337-1270.
TEST PREPARATION RESOURCES
The following are organizations that offer tuition based test preparation courses that are often beneficial in raising students' ACT scores.
The Princeton Review: Find the Right Prep for You
342 W. Armitage
Chicago, IL 60614
Academic Tutoring Centers
Park Ridge - 847-823-5300
Sylvan Learning Center
6183 N. Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60659
Below seniors will find awhich they are to fill out and give to their counselor before requesting a recommendation
African American College Grants
Statistics and Program Opportunities
Promoting diversity in education leads to equal opportunity for minority groups; but when universities use affirmative action policies to engineer multicultural student bodies, the results can become contentious. Since being upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2003, race can be used as a factor for granting college admission. The Supreme Court will be taking up another case in 2012, to continue debating this method of promoting minority representation in post secondary education.
The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) is the oldest organization in the United States that is dedicated solely to the educational advancement of African Americans. The UNCF was founded in 1944, and in 1972 adopted its familiar iconic motto: “A mind is a terrible thing to waste.”
UNCF partners with state governments and private industry to administer scholarships and grants for needy Black students. Other financial aid offerings are funded by endowments and memorial funds set aside by individuals and trusts seeking to increase access to college for under-represented groups.
Cultural barriers are overcome by efforts that emphasize bachelor’s and master’s level education, rather than relegating participants to two-year vocational studies. Corporate grant and internship sponsors include:
· Cisco Systems
· Marathon Oil
High School Senior Summer Internship Program
The High School Senior Summer Internship Program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is an 8-week program in which graduating high school seniors work 20 hours per week with a mentor in one of 15 pediatric clinical specialties. This internship is a paid, part-time position for graduating high school seniors only. The program is very competitive, offering an exciting opportunity for highly motivated students interested in pursuing higher education (MD, PhD, or MD/PhD) to learn more about careers in Medicine and Clinical Research. A letter inviting Cincinnati area graduating seniors to apply is attached here.
CAD/Drafting Scholarship Award Competition -- Contact Jo Groh Competition Representative at (513) 821 - 0090 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
The Cincinnati Chapter of the National Association of Women in construction (NAWIC) is sponsoring a CAD/Design/DRAFTING Scholarship Awards Competition for high school students for the 2016-2017 school year, and we wish to encourage you and your students to participate.
The contest provides recognition to students for creative designm, successful problem solving, and craftsmanship in preparing architectural drawings and renderings. Drawings may be submitted int he category of "Hand Drafting" or the category of "CAD Drafting"
Robert A. Klingler Co., L.P.A. Ohio Problem-Solving Scholarship
If you could change one thing in the world, what would it be?
We all live in this world together. Every day, we contribute something to it, whether we realize it or not. Therefore, it is up to each of us to take responsibility for our contribution. What do you want your contribution to be?
At Robert A. Klingler Co., L.P.A., we want to know the one thing you would change in order to make this world a better place for everyone. Why did you pick this particular change? How would you implement it?
If you are a high school or college student in Ohio and are enrolled in a two to five-year institution in 2017, apply today for the $1,000 Robert A. Klingler Co., L.P.A. Ohio Problem-Solving Scholarship.
Marzano Best Practices
Support student achievement with these 13 teaching strategies and practices identified in a Marzano Research Lab study!
On a yearly basis, we update lists of resources for college scholarships and career opportunitues.
What is Service Learning?
Service learning is a teaching strategy that connects classroom curriculum with service projects and hours. Service learning engages students in activities that serve the community while building social, civic, and academic skills.
Service Learning is a way to:
- Learn effective problem solving, critical thinking and project management skills
- Strengthen your academic and social skills
- Learn about potential careers
- Meet amazing people that you wouldn't normally meet
- Gain a sense of accomplishment
- Do something good for your community and yourself
Students may not earn service-learning credit through the following:
- Work for a family member
- Work with for-profit businesses and corporations
- Work with religious organizations if the service involves promoting a particular faith
- Volunteer work where no academic objective is addressed
- Work that is financially reimbursed
Students may not earn hours for the following specific activities:
- Participation in a sports team or other extra-curricular activity unless that group designs an acceptable service-learning project
- Assisting a teacher (i.e. correcting papers, cleaning the classroom)
- Artistic performances unless students are involved in creating a project that includes a performance as an outcome of the project
- Attending a training or other educational event unless that training leads directly to a service project
- Who can I go to with questions about Service Learning?
Your service learning coach is Ms. Keenon (keenonM@cpsboe.k12.oh.us). She is available to guide you through your service learning experience. Email her with any questions or concerns.
Find College Scholarships
Paying for college is hard, but finding scholarships doesn't have to be. Browse through these scholarships, or choose from the categories on the left to get started. To make it even easier, you can register to get personally matched to scholarshipsyou are eligible to apply for.
City Year offers exclusive scholarships to more than 90 leading colleges and universities for undergraduate and graduate programs.
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Rove Pest Control in Minnesota is excited to offer the Rove Pest Control Scholarship for
Class of 2017 graduates. Applicants for this scholarship must be attending
college by the Fall 2017 semester and have a minimum 3.0 GPA. This
scholarship is open to anyone seeking a higher education.
Deadline: December 31, 2016
Award Amount: $500
Application: Only online applications will be accepted. The application can
be found at: http://www.rovepestcontrol.com/rove-pest-control-scholarship/