The Antonio Medrano Memorial Scholarship was established by a group of administrators and friends of Mr. Medrano. The scholarship is open to all senior students in any of the Sacramento City Unified School District’s high schools. Applicants must enroll full-time in an accredited two- or four-year college, or vocational school.
The Rosemont Community Association has been involved with supporting school-related activities since its inception. To continue in this tradition the board members have approved the thirteenth annual $1,000 scholarship for a graduating senior who is a resident of the Rosemont community.
This scholarship opportunity is in partnership with Republic Services and the application will go to them. You may want to let students know that if they receive an out of office response to the submittal from the person named as the POC, someone else within the Republic Services team is receiving them. A change in staffing occurred after opening the scholarship period but it isn’t impacting the process.
The Sacramento Suburban Writers Club (SSWC) is offering a $500 scholarship to high school seniors and full-time college students. The scholarship is paid directly to the school of choice and can be used for expenses such as tuition, housing, or books.
The Sacramento City Teachers Association (SCTA) has the following scholarships available for graduating seniors:
• SCTA Book Award – $500 (up to 10 awards)
• SCTA Scholarship – $2,000 (up to 4 awards)
• SCTA Most Improved – $2,000 (up to 3 awards)
• Frank Tofell Memorial Scholarship – $5,000
• Linda Kircher Memorial Scholarship – $2,000
The Sacramento LGBT Community Center works to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive. We support the health and wellness of the most marginalized, advocate for equality and justice, and work to build a culturally rich LGBTQ+ community.
Scholarship Buddy California focuses on providing scholarship information to high school and college students in the state of California. We pride ourselves on having the most in depth information available to California students, as it pertains to scholarship programs and scholarship application deadlines across the state.
The Rob Jones Memorial Scholarship was established in 2015 as a one-year scholarship for a senior at Rosemont High School. Mr. Jones was an avid supporter of children’s education. He believed that school was a job and wanted to do anything in his power to support and enable children to do their job. This scholarship was created in his honor to help students “do their job” and excel in education. This is a $2000 scholarship.
The deadline to apply is April 23, 2019. Click on the post for more info.
Student Scholarships has been providing scholarship information to students and scholarship management services to companies since 2003. Our staff spends countless hours searching both online and offline sources to find new and exciting scholarships for students to apply for. Our database is considered the largest and most comprehensive source for finding scholarships online and is 100% free for students to use.
The Sacramento Pioneer Association awards a promising area high school senior with a scholarship for attendance at a four-year college or university. Our award is earned by a graduating high school senior who exhibits academic excellence, leadership potential, civic engagement and a strong sense of personal commitment to continuing education.
The United States Tennis Association (USTA) Northern California offers college scholarships to four senior-year, high school tennis players annually to support and encourage multicultural tennis participation among high school students entering college.
The Phoenix Scholars aims to help low-income, first generation and/or minority students throughout California access higher education by providing pro-bono college application counseling and mentorship.
The Taiwanese American Scholarship Fund focuses on providing financial assistance to economically-challenged Taiwanese American youth. Our mission is to assist all Taiwanese American youth to have the opportunity to pursue higher education and build the foundation for a better future.
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The Asian Pacific Community Fund (APCF) is excited to partner with local donors to offer scholarship programs annually to financially assist students in their pursuit of higher education. Many of our scholarship programs are intended to support low-income youth, and several programs encourage students to study locally at a community college or state university.