CONTENTS OF THIS PAGE:
- Scholarship Application Process
- Scholarships received in the Counseling Office
- Brunswick Area Student Aid Fund
- Elizabeth Nickerson Scholarship
- Officer Jim D. Swint Memorial Scholarship
- Lewis P. Gallagher Family Foundation
- Scholarship sites found on the web
|ATTENTION STUDENTS! Maine Community Foundation makes it incredibly easy to find scholarships for which you’re eligible! Simply follow this link where you register with the system, click “find a scholarhsip” and complete the eligibility questionnaire; the system will then provide you with a list of scholarships which you are eligible for!!!|
|BHS SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION PROCESS|
|Most scholarship applications require an official high school transcript and a teacher and/or counselor letter of recommendation. For transcripts to be considered “Official” they must be received directly from the school in a sealed envelope. Since most scholarships require this along with the scholarship application it makes most sense to mail it all together as a complete package. Therefore, all scholarship applications should be mailed directly through the Counseling Office. This will also cut down on the overuse of paper and envelopes.Please use the procedures below when applying for scholarships:
The Counseling Office receives many scholarships throughout the year. We maintain a Master List in the Counseling Office and students are encouraged to review this list regularly. Students (and parents) can pick up scholarship applications in the Counseling Office – we always have multiple copies available. If an application is available on-line or by mail, it is noted in the description below and on the Master List. Each scholarship listed below gives the application deadline and eligibility required to apply. Please follow the Scholarship Application Procedures as listed at the top of this page.
Maine Community Foundation is a GREAT place to find lists of scholarship and also has a wonderful Financial Aid Resource Library! Visit www.mainecf.org/scholarships today!!!!
University of Maine Orono Engineering Scholarships
Students looking to attend UMaine Orono, a complete list of Engineering scholarships can be found at http://engineering.umaine.edu/prospective-students/scholarships
The American Legion Department of Maine offers multiple scholarships for Maine students, check out their link to apply! http://www.mainelegion.org/
The Solution Reach Scholarship – August 7th due date
High school graduates with a GPA of 3.2 or higher and already accepted at an accredited college/university may apply. There are no requirements for major or graduation date. Two gifts totaling $4,000 will be awarded annually. Each semester (spring and fall), one recipient will receive a $2,000 scholarship to the institution of their choice. The scholarship will be sent directly to the school’s financial aid office. Applications can be found online at http://www.solutionreach.com or in the counselin office.
Odenza Vacations College Scholarship – Sept 30th due date
Students provide two essays on given topics. A $500 scholarship will be awarded to the winning student. Information can be found in the counseling office or online at http://www.odenzascholarships.com/marketingscholarship.php
Army ROTC Scholarship – October 1st due date
Students which, agree to accept a commission and serve in the Army on Active Duty or in a Reserve Component (Army Reserve or National Guard), have a GPA of at least 2.5, score a minimum of 920 on the SAT, and meet physical standards may apply for this scholarship. Students can apply online at https://www.goarmy.com/content/goarmy/rotc or find more information in the counseling office.
Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship – Oct. 2nd due date
If you’re a high school senior dedicated to learning, leading, and performing, then you have what it takes to become a High School Heisman Scholar! GPA must be a 3.0 or higher and be a proven role model within your school and community. Students must apply online https://www.wendyshighschoolheisman.com/ but more information can be found in the counseling office.
The Burger King Scholarship – Oct. 15th – Dec. 15th due date
$1000.00 scholarship are available to high school seniors. Apply online at www.bkmclamorefoundation.org/whatwedo/scholarshipprogram
AES Engineering Scholarships – October 6th due date
$500.00 Scholarship Eligibility: High school senior planning to pursue a degree in engineering or a related science. US Citizen. Some limitations on GPA and Testing Scores – outlined on specific scholarships. http://www.aesengineers.com/scholarships.htm
Dr. Pepper Tuition Giveaway – October 18th due date
Dr. Pepper is awarding over $1,000,000 in tuition to one of a kind students. Contestants ages 18-24 submit a one of a kind story at http://www.drpeppertuition.com/ and rally people to vote for them, those who have received at least 50 votes must submit their video by October 19, 2015. The Leaderboard prize for $5,000 in tuition and the Monthly Leaderboard prize for $1,000 in tuition extend through January 11, 2016, so keep rallying support and getting votes!
Horatio Alger Financial Need Scholarship – October 25th due date
US High School seniors planning to enroll in a US College in the fall following their graduation which demonstrate critical financial need may apply for this scholarship. Students must be involved in co-curricular and community service activities and display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity. Applications and further information can be found at https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/
Coca-Cola Scholarship – October 31st due date
Eligibility: High school senior attending school in the US. Planning on pursuing a degree at an accredited US postsecondary institution. Seniors carrying a minimum 3.0 GPA at the end of their junior year of high school. Must not be related to any persons that are employed , officers, or owners of Coca-Cola bottling companies. To access the application go to www.coca-colascholars.org
Zombie Apocalypse Scholarship – October 31st due date
Successful candidate will earn a $2000 scholarship towards his or her education. Students must submit an online short written response to the following question:”Imagine that your high school has been overrun with Zombies. Your math professor, the cafeteria ladies and even your best friend have all joined the walking dead. Use your brain to flesh out a plan to avoid Zombies, including where you would hide and the top 5 things you would bring with you to stay alive. scholarshipexperts.com or at unigo.com/zombiescholarship
Tobacco-Free Life Academic Scholarship – October 31st due date
Are you passionate about creating a tobacco-free world? Tobacco-Free Life awards $2,000 in scholarships each quarter to students who are committed to preventing the suffering and death caused by smoking. If you share our vision, we want to support you in your academic study. More information available in the counseling office or online at https://tobaccofreelife.org/scholarship/
Voice of Democracy-Veterans of Foreign War- October 31st due date
The Voice of Democracy Program is open to students in grades 9-12 (on the Nov. 1 deadline), who are enrolled in a public, private or parochial high school or home study program in the United States and its territories. The 2015-16 theme is: My Vision for America. Three levels of prizes and scholarships awarded with a top scholarship being $30,000. Rules and information are available in the counseling office or at www.vfw.org
Emotional Support Animal Co. Scholarship – November 1st due date
Emotional Support Animal Co will be awarding a $500 Scholarship to young adults suffering from any form of mental illness. The Scholarship will go towards any type of educational expenses incurred. Applicants must be attending school, whether it be a Junior College, Trade College, or University. If you are qualified, and interested in applying, simply write an essay on the topic “How an emotional support animal has helped you or someone you know”. Application and essay submitted at https://www.emotionalsupportanimalco.com
Ron Brown Scholar Program – November 1st: Early Applicant Deadline & January 9th overall due date
The Ron Brown Scholarship honors the legacy of Ronald H. Brown through a selective scholarship program that advances higher education for community-minded and intellectually gifted African Americans. Eligibility includes, being a U.S. citizen, black or African American high school senior. Demonstrate academic achievement, leadership, community service and financial need. https://www.ronbrown.org/
Nature’s Cure Zone Scholarship – November 15th due date
Nature’s Cure is pleased to be offering a yearly $1,000 scholarship to individuals who are currently attending or planning on attending a college or graduate school in the near future. Those students who are currently studying in the areas of Medical Science, Nutrition, Marketing, Business, Economics, Information Management, Biology, Social Science, Chemistry may be extremely interested in this scholarship program, and one doesn’t require any expertise in this area. Passion for internet content marketing is enough. Further information can be found in the counseling office or online at http://naturescurezone.com/scholarship/
The Furious Grilling Scholarship – November 15th due date
If under 18, parent consent is required for this scholarship. Students submit a 500-1000 word essay on “we are what we eat”. Once students have finished their essay and included all the required details, send them as an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the Subject “Scholarship Submission” on or before November 15, 2017. Further details can be found in the counseling office, or online at http://furiousgrill.com/scholarship
Elks Scholarship – November 27th due date
Eligibility: All high school seniors who are US Citizens are eligible. Applications can be picked up in the Counseling Office or found online at www.elks.org/enf/scholars. Completed Applications must be turned in to the Brunswick Elks Lodge Elks National Foundation Chairman, Jim Oikle at (207) 751-9547 or email email@example.com by November 30th. Applications can be turned into Ms. Duffy in the counseling office as well and she will get them to the Elk’s by the deadline.
Thank Your Skin Scholarship – November 30th due date
Thankyourskin.com invited students to write a story that’s 500 to 1000 words long about natural skin care. But they don’t want just about any story ;Your essay should emphasize the power of natural skin care and should be valuable enough to help other people. Essays are sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to will the $1,000 scholarship. Further information can be found at http://www.thankyourskin.com/scholarship/ or in the counseling office.
Lights, Camera, Save! Norway Savings Scholarship – December 1st due date
Mechanic Savings scholarship is a video contest encouraging teens to engage in educating themselves and their peers about saving and using money wisely. Students enter the contest by submitting videos to local participating banks. These banks then choose a local winning video and submit it for judging at the national level. Further information can be found at lightscamerasave.com or in the counseling office.
American Legion Constitution Scholarship – December 1st due date
Students show your love of our constitution! Students prepare an oration which must be on some aspect of the Constitution of the United States with emphasis on the duties and obligations of a citizen to our government. The prepared oration must be the original effort of each contestant and must not take up less than eight and no more than ten minutes for delivery. Applications which are to be attached and mailed can be found in the counseling office. www.mainelegion.org
FRA Member Americanism Essay Scholarship – December 1st due date
Open to grades 7-12, entrants must be sponsored by a member of the Fleet Reserve Association or a unit of the Ladies Auxiliary. Students submit an essay in 350 words or less on “What the United States Flag Stands For”. More information can be found in the counseling office or online at www.fra.org/essay
Look Twice, Save a Life Scholarship – December 1st due date
InsuranceProviders.com is proud to introduce a new scholarship promoting motorcycle safety among students. The Look Twice, Save A Life Scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to any student who is currently attending or planning to attend college or some form of higher education. One applicant will be chosen who best brings awareness to motorcycle safety. The scholarship will be awarded on an annual basis for the Spring semester. The deadline to apply is December, 1st. To qualify, students must be a current college student or anyone planning on attending college (or another form of higher education) in the upcoming school year and students must have a valid driver’s license. Find more information in the counseling office or at http://www.insuranceproviders.com/look-twice-save-a-life-scholarship
Doodle for Google Scholarship – December 2nd due date
For this year’s contest, students can create a doodle that tells the world “What makes me…me.” Kids have all kinds of things that make them unique, so they can use all kinds of materials to create their doodles, from crayons, to clay, to graphic design, even food and video games. Students in grades K-12 are invited to take part in the 2015 Doodle 4 Google contest. Like all Google Doodles, each doodle must incorporate the letters G-o-o-g-l-e. One national winner will also receive a $30,000 college scholarship. The contest is open for entries from October 19, 2015 to December 7, 2015. Apply at https://www.google.com/doodle4google/how-it-works.html or pick up a hard copy in the counseling office.
AXA Achievement Scholarship – December 15th due date
High school seniors are eligible to apply. To qualify one must demonstrate ambition and drive, determination to set and reach goals, respect for self, family & community and the ability to succeed in college. https://us.axa.com/axa-foundation/AXA-achievement-scholarship.html
Seat belt Scholarship – December 15th due date
Seat belts save lives, everyone knows that. But warnings from parents and scare tactics from ad campaigns don’t make teenage drivers and passengers more likely to wear seat belts. The solution is to create awareness to keep friends and family safe. This scholarship is as easy as printing flyers from the the scholarship’s website and posting them in your school and take a picture with them and submit it! That’s it! Flyers and more information can be found at https://www.dosomething.org and in the counseling office.
A Book that Changed My Life, Essay Scholarship – December 16th due date
To participate, students write an essay on the topic “A book that changed my life” and send it to email@example.com Books have always proven to be an invaluable resource. For example, I still remember reading “Old Man and the Sea” and the lasting impression it made on my young mind. It was never about hunting down a fish. The ultimate goal was bigger and broader and something we all share as human beings.Is there something similar that has made a lasting impression in your life? If so, we are interested. Further information can be found online at http://www.couponmeld.com/1000-scholarship-for-students/ and in the counseling office.
Atlantic Regional Amable A. Caron & Vivian Caron Scholarship – December 11th due date
Student must be a primary account member, enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at a chosen college or vocational school for the spring semester- minimum of 6 credit hours, complete the scholarship application, must complete an essay. The scholarship application and further information are available in the counseling office. Scholarship program contact (207) 725-8728
Burger King Scholars, Honoring Jim McLamore – December 15th due date
Burger King offers two scholarships, one for employees and their families, and one for the general public. Further information can be found in the counseling office or online, where students can create a log-in and submit an application, at http://www.bkmclamorefoundation.org/
NFIB Young Entrepreneur Award – December 18th due date
NFIB Young Entrepreneur Awards are open to any graduating high school senior entering their freshman year at an accredited (not for profit) two- or four-year university, college or vocational/technical institute. Applicants MUST be running their own small business in order to be considered for an award. Applicants must apply online at www.NFIB.com/YEA
WWII Essay Contest – January 31st due date
Open to all US high school students, essays are to be 1,000 words or less, essay prompt can be found on the web link below and all essays are submitted online at https://www.nationalww2museum.org
University of Maine Pulp And Paper Foundation – December 31st due date
Will offer up to 30 Full Tuition scholarships provided the student earns a 3.0 GPA while completing at least 14 credits of coursework during their 1st semester. Applications available @ www.mainepulpaper.org.
UNIGO Scholarship – December 31st due date
Students must register and apply online at www.unigo.com/college/free-scholarship . College is one of the most amazing experiences of your life. It’s a leap into possibility, into the unknown. It will shape the course of your future. Even though many people have been through the college experience, every generation faces unique challenges. We want to know yours. Whether you’re already in college or planning to go, what’s the biggest challenge facing college students today and how it can be addressed? In 250 words or less, tell us what you think. More information can be found online or in the counseling office.
National Wild Turkey Federation Scholarship – January 1st due date
Graduating seniors with a 3.0 or higher GPA, pursuing a degree next fall at an accredited institution of higher education. Must support the preservation of the hunting tradition and actively participate in hunting sports. Must be a current member of NWTF.
JFK Profile in Courage Essay Contest – January 4th due date
First place winner in the contest receives a $20,000 scholarship and expense paid trip to Boston. It takes courage to stand up for your beliefs. Some elected officials risk their careers to do right by their community and country. Here’s your chance to write a new profile in courage. For details and submission visit jfklibrary.org
GE-REAGAN FOUNDATION Scholarship – January 4th due date
This national program awards college scholarships to high school seniors who embody the characteristics of President Ronald Reagan at school, in the community, in the workplace, and at home. This scholarship seeks students with leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship. Recipients receive $10,000 renewable scholarships-up to $40,000 per student. More information can be found in the counseling office or online at www.reaganfoundation.org/scholarships
JCI Senate Foundation Scholarship – January 5th due date
High school seniors with academic promise, leadership qualities, and extra-curricular involvement may apply. www.usjcisenate.org Once am application is completed it must be turned in to the state representative which can be found on the website or Ms. Duffy can collect them in the counseling office and turn them in.
Maine Sports Hall of Fame Scholarship – January 1st due date
Scholarship award recipients are selected based on outstanding athletic ability and performance, academic aptitude and achievements, and school leadership and community service. Further information can be found in the counseling office or at https://www.mshof.com/
Mensa Education & Research Foundation Scholarship Essay Contest – January 15 due date
Students planning to enroll in an accredited US institution of post-secondary education for the fall term of 2016. Applications may be downloaded at www.mensafoundation.org. Click on “scholarships”, then “application”, and enter your zip code.
Washington Crossing Foundation Scholarship – January 15th due date
Scholarships of $500 to $5,000 for students planning careers in government service, for study at the college of the recipient’s choice. Students are required to write a one page essay on why they plan a career in government service including any inspiration to be derived from the leadership of George Washington in his famous crossing of the Delaware. The student must confine the essay to viewpoint, attitude and purpose in choice of career. Applications can be found in the counseling office or online at gwcf.org
The Geisinger Scholarship – January 17th due date
Recipients must be enrolled full time at the University of Michigan College and be pursuing an undergraduate degree program in engineering. For scholarship applications and/or information please visit this website http://www.engin.umich.edu
University of Maine Visual Art Award Scholarships – January 29th due date
The Visual Art Awards are in the form of $1000 or $2000 scholarships. They are renewable for 8 semesters and must be utilized within a 5-year period. They are awarded on the basis of merit and evidence of talent or accomplishment in the study of Studio Art, Art History, or Art Education. Applicants must be accepted to UMaine’s College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and choose to major in art (Studio, Art Education, Art History) to receive a scholarship. Applications are available in the Counseling Office or from your Art Teacher.
Technology Addiction Awareness Scholarship – January 20th due date
Young people spend an average of 7.5 hours a day consuming media–and this doesn’t include computer use for schoolwork–according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. With technology always at the ready at your fingertips, it can be a challenge to unplug. But taking a break from technology is healthy for both the mind and body. The purpose of this scholarship is to help you understand the negative effects of too much screen time. More information can be found in the counseling office and at http://www.digitalresponsibility.org/technology-addiction-awareness-scholarship
American Society of Civil Engineers – January 31st due date
The Maine Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers is pleased to announce two $2000 scholarships for two outstanding high school seniors who plan a career in civil engineering. They are selected on academic performance, extracurricular activity involvement, letters of recommendation, and statement of interest in civil engineering. Must be a Maine resident. Pick up application in Counseling Office or call 207 487-3328 ask for Leslie Corrow. Or call 1800-548-2723
Maine College of Art Scholarship Competition -February 1st due date
A full tuition MECA scholarship will be awarded to high school applicants demonstrating exceptional artistic and academic excellence. Forms are available online at www.meca.edu or contact 800 699-1509
Clyde Russell Scholarship – February 1 due date
There are two categories of awards: Graduating High School Seniors who will attend a Four Year College, and Graduating High School Seniors who will attend a Maine Community College. Application forms must be downloaded from our website at: www.clyderussellscholarshipfund.org. The application forms may be downloaded between November 1 and January 31.
Engineer Girl Essay Contest – February 1st due date
High School Students (grades 9-12); Essays must be 1000 to 1500 words. Write a summary report for your city or county council that makes the case for an infrastructure improvement in your community and your chosen solution to the problem. Fully define the problem and describe your solution in detail, including how and why it should be implemented. Explain what has already been tried or is already known about this type of solution and what would be new or innovative in your community. Describe how you will test or anticipate failure for any new innovations to minimize risk.
Submission and more information can be found at http://www.engineergirl.org and in the counseling office
Courageous Persuaders Underage Drinking Commercial – February 9th due date
Open to individual students or teams grades 9-12 in a US high school. Students create a 30 second commercial on the dangers of underage drinking or the dangers or texting and driving. Students may enters separate videos in both categories. The winning team with receive a $3,000 scholarship and a hands-on experience working with video editing and production with professionals to broadcast their actual video. More information can be found at http://courageouspersuaders.com/ and in the counseling office.
KFC Colonel’s Scholars – February 9th due date
Seniors with a GPA of 2.75 or higher, enrolling in a public, in-state college or university, pursuing a bachelor’s degree, US citizen or permanent resident. Apply online at www.kfcscholars.org
Advancing Women in Transportation WTS Maine Scholarship – February 15th due date
WTS fosters the developement of women and girls in the transportation field by encouraging students to undertake technical careers in the area of transportation. One way of doing this is by awarding this scholarship to young women pursuing studies in science, technology, engineering, or math. Applications can be found online at http://www.wtsinternational.org/maine/documents/ or in the counseling office.
Cyberbullying Prevention Scholarship from Parentinn – February 28th due date
Open to students, who are a U.S. citizen/ currently attending or planning to attend an U.S. college or university for undergraduate or graduate studies/ high school, college or graduate students or a student planning to enter college. The work you are going to submit has to be 100% unique and creative regarding the above topic. Selection is based on the written essay and focused on creativity, content and a commitment to the cause of preventing cyberbullying. All participants will have to research and submit a 600 – 1000 words regarding the following topic: “Why and How to Stop Cyberbullying”. More information can be found at http://www.parentinn.com and in the counseling office.
American Legion Constitutional Speech Contest – Contest held on February 14, 2015
Testing the speaker’s knowledge of the subject, extent of research, and ability to discuss the topic in 3 to 5 minutes speeches. Assigned topic is available in the counseling office or online at www.legion.org
National CO-OP Scholarship Program – February 15th due date
High school seniors who plan to participate in college cooperative education at a participating NCCE Partner College and University. Students looking to attend:
Johnson & Wales University
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Each school offering $6,000 merit co op scholarships. To apply check http://waceinc.org/scholarship
Scholarships for Military Children – February 22nd due date
This Scholarship is supported through the military commissary system and administered by the Fisher House Foundation. Apply through the website at http://www.militaryscholar.org or through the link at http://www.commissaries.com
Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America Scholarship – February 15th due date
High School seniors who live in New England and have asthma or significant allergies, who plan to begin higher education after high school. Have attained a level of excellence in academic and/or extra-curricular activities and who submit complete applications postmarked by 2/15. More information can be found online at http://www.aaaai.org/
The Coolidge, A Scholarship for America – February 24th due date
Open to JUNIORS only: a full-ride scholarship that covers a student’s tuition, room, board, and expenses for four years of undergraduate study and leadership training. You will need to submit your cumulative grade point average, your class rank, your SAT/ACT score(s), your PSAT score, scores you received on any AP Tests and your current high school transcript. Two Essays, a resume and letters of recommendation are also required. Application information is available in the counseling office or at: Coolidgescholars.org
TeenDrive365 Video Challenge Scholarship – February 28th due date
Your video submission is a chance to find a message that would resonate with you and your peers. If your friends-and teens throughout the United States-were going to watch ONE video that made them think twice about making bad decisions behind the wheel, what would that video be? All videos are to be submitted online at http://www.teendrive365inschool.com/ and more information is available in the counseling office.
National Association of Women in Construction – February 28th due date
Awards scholarship to young MEN AND WOMEN in Maine who are pursuing a career in construction. Awards range from $500 to $1000 a year for one to four year colleges. More information can be found at https://www.nawic.org/nawic/NFSF.asp
Sweet & Simple Scholarship – February 28th due date
Students submit a response essay to a given prompt with no more that 250 words. More information, the prompt, and guidelines can be found in the counseling office or online at https://www.petersons.com/scholarship/sweet-simple-scholarship where students create and account and submit the application online.
National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association – February 28th due date
Available to current Juniors & Seniors, must have achieved at least two of the following: minimum of B+ average; ranked in the top 25% of class; ACT score of 24 or an SAT score of 1100 (Verbal & Math only). Applicant must have participated in two sports for two years in each sport, must have earned at least one varsity letter in each of two sports, must complete essay application, letter of recommendation from the high school athletic director, Students participating in athletics at NCAA Division I or II schools may not be eligible. Scholarship can be found online at http://www.niaaa.org/ under the awards tab, or in the counseling office.
No-Essay College Scholarship- February 29th due date
Be sure to apply every month! Super easy. Anyone can win. Scholarships don’t get any easier than this. Simply login or register for a free account using the form to the right and you could be the next winner! The $2,000 “No Essay” Scholarship is open to all students and those planning on enrolling within 12 months. The monthly winner will be determined by random drawing and then contacted directly and announced in Niche’s e-newsletter and on the Scholarship Winners page. One entry per person, but you can come back each month to try again. Apply today at https://colleges.niche.com
Mainely Character Scholarship – March 1st due date
Open to all high school seniors, Mainely Character organization seeks to reward the following qualities: Courage, Integrity, Responsibility, and Concern. Applications can be found in the counseling office or found and submitted online at www.mainleycharacter.org
Hal Myrick Memorial Scholarship – March 1st due date
This scholarship recognizes a High School hockey player that plans on attending post-secondary education. A 500 or less word essay on “The Value of High School Hockey to my Personal Development”. Information and applications can be found in the counseling office. http://brunswickhockey.org/
Mid Coast Area Chapter of International Association of Administrative Professionals – March 1st due date
Applicants must plan to pursue a career as an administrative professional, must have a 3.0 GPA or above and plan on attending a Maine college, university or business school. This scholarship is $500.00 and award winner(s) may reapply for the scholarship each year. Pick up application in the Counseling Office.
Project Yellow Light, Bring Change Scholarship – March 1st due date
Students create a video or billboard to encourage friends to avoid distracted driving, specifically texting while driving. Up to $5,000 in scholarship awards, apply at http://projectyellowlight.com/ and information is also available in the counseling office.
Americans United Essay Contest – March 1st due date
This contest is open to all United States high-school seniors and undergraduate students. Past winners, finalists, employees and board members of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, and members of their families are not eligible to participate. In 750-1,000 Words, students will respond to the assigned essay topic and will also include a cover page with: full name, email address, postal address, grade level, school name and address, and name of faculty advisor that can verify the authenticity of the essay. Further information can be found in the counseling office or online at https://support.au.org
Maine State Florists’ & Growers’ Association Scholarship – March 1st due date
Seniors who are planning on furthering their education in college through the horticulture and/or floriculture fields.
Maine Society of Professional Engineers – March 1st due date
Two scholarships will be awarded to students intending to earn a degree in engineering and must have applied to at least one University or College with an Engineering Program. Applications and more information can be found in the counseling office or online at www.mespe.org
Create a Greeting Card Scholarship – March 1st due date
Get creative and submit your greeting card design online at www.gallerycollection.com Check the counseling office for more information or go directly to www.gallerycollection.com for detailed rules and submission.
Vice Admiral EP Travers Scholarship – March 1st due date
Dependent children & spouses of active duty and reservists on extended active duty, and children of retired (directly from active duty) Navy/Marine Corps personnel. Financial need. (Spouses residing overseas with their service member sponsor may only participate in STAP). Applications are available in the Counseling Office or at www.nmcrs.org/education.
Hamilton Relay Scholarhip – March 1st due date
Creating opportunities for higher education is a priority for Hamilton Relay. The goal of the Hamilton Relay Scholarship is to support students who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or have difficulty speaking in their post-secondary education. For applications and information visit www.hamiltonrelay.com or the counseling office.
Durham Scholarship Committee – March 2nd due date
The Durham Scholarship Committee will be awarding one $1000 scholarship to a senior who is a resident of Durham, currently resides in Durham, and has been accepted as an incoming freshman in an accredited academic, vocational, professional, or technical school (must attend classes full-time). For more information and applications please visit www.durhamme.com or the counseling office.
A. Leigh Phillips Scholarship – March 4th due date
Student with a disability (ies) identified under IDEA and Chapter 101, student going onto post-secondary education, with exceptional achievement in one or more of the following areas: *Academics *Extra-curricular, core-currucular * leadership * volunteerism * work ethic * ability to deal with adversity madsec.org
Patricia Hennin Scholarship by Shelter Institute – March 7th due date
The purpose of this scholarship is to attract exceptional high school juniors and seniors to the fields of engineering, architecture, design, project management, and construction. One scholarship is awarded each year for enrollment in either the Design Build Class or the Purely Post and Beam Class through the University of Maine in Augusta. for more information check www.shelterinstitute.com or the counseling office.
Maine Sports Hall of Fame Scholarship – March 9th due date
One of the ways we accomplish our mission is by annually awarding $5,000 scholarships to five of Maine’s most outstanding high school senior Scholar Athletes. The class of 2016 Scholar Athletes will be honored in front of more than 700 people at the Annual Induction and Honors Banquet on May 1, 2016, at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor. The MSHOF Scholarship application is now available online at www.mshof.com under the Nominations tab.
The Best Hosting Review Scholarship – March 15th due date
Students must be enrolled in a two or four year college or university with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Students submit an essay of 300-700 words on why they want to graduate college, what they will do with their degree and what they cannot afford it without this scholarship. Further information is available in the counseling office or online. Students must apply at http://www.mybesthostingreview.com/scholarship/
Greater Brunswick Physical Therapy Scholarship – March 15th due date
Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of leadership, participation in school, community activities, work experience, academic achievement, statement of career and education goals, and recommendations. Finalist may be interviewed. Students need to return the completed application by March 15th to: Greater Brunswick Physical Therapy Attn: Scholarship Committee 22 Lincoln St. Brunswick, ME 04011*US Citizen, *Maine State resident, * Have been accepted to or are currently enrolled in an accredited program leading to a career in Physical Therapy.
American Lung Association of ME, Golf Privilege Card Scholarship – March 16th due date
Two (2) $500.00 scholarships to graduating Maine seniors who excel on and off the Golf Course. Must be involved in the game of golf either as a player, member of a golf team or employee of a golf course. Must be pursuing further education in a health education/health promotion, medical or environmental related field. Non-tobacco user.
United Lodge 8 AF&AM Scholarship – March 14th due date
BHS or Mt. Ararat Senior with a GPA of at least B-. Senior must be planning to attend an accredited college/vocational school. Student submits a letter to the United Lodge committee through the guidance office that describes their civic involvement, service to community, and life aspirations.
Juvenile Arthritis College Scholarships – March 25th due date
Student must be Maine residents with juvenile arthritis or another rheumatic disease. Application and additional information is available at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New England Institute of Technology – March 26th due date
NEIT is offering all high school juniors and seniors scholarship opportunities. Complete contest information and registration can be found at the Scholarships-Financial Aid section of NEIT’s website www.neit.edu or contact their office at at 800-736-7744 ext. 3377 or by e-mail at AMetzger@neit.edu.
Humane Society of the United States Shaw-Worth Memorial Scholarship – March 25th due date
This scholarship is awarded to a New England high school senior who has made a meaningful contribution to animal protection over a significant period of time. The award consists of tuition assistance in the amount of $2500. Applications may be submitted by any Class of 2015 high school senior to the Humane Society of the United States, Shaw-Worth Memorial Scholarship, 2100 L St., NW, Washington, DC 20037. There is no application form to complete; applications should be written in letter form and should include a narrative of the student’s achievements in animal protection, as well as a discussion of his or her attitude toward animals. Documentation of the activities cited, recommendations from at least three people, and a description of future plans for humane work are required. Supporting letters from teachers, mentors, supervisors, peers and other observers are also helpful. In addition, applications should include the student’s home address and phone number. Please DO NOT include academic transcripts in the application. Financial need is also not a consideration. humanesociety.org
Jewish Community Alliance of Southern Maine – March 30th due date
High school senior, mail or fax your high school transcript along with a letter outlining the activities that you have been involved in during your high school tenure, by March 30th to the Jewish Community Alliance, 57 Ashmont St. Portland, Me 04103 or apply on their website. For questions contact Molly at 772-1959
Superpower Scholarship – March 31st due date
Students complete an application at unigo.com and submit an essay in response to “which superhero or villain would you want to change places with for the day and why?”. The written response must not exceed 250 words. $2,500 awarded annually to the winner. Student must apply online, but more information is also available in the counseling office.
Nelnet SuperLoan Scholarship – March 31st due date
All high school seniors are eligible to enter. Winners are selected through a random drawing each month from January thru April. Apply at www.nelnet.net/collegeplanning. They award a $2,500 scholarship each month from January thru April and one $10,000 scholarship in May.
Dunk Contest Scholarship – March 31st due date
Students use a recycling bin as a hoop and jam recyclables over a friend. You’ll be posterizing someone–and saving the planet—at the same time! Videos or pictures can be uploaded to instagram, facebook, on the website or vine with a given caption and hash tag. More information can be found at dosomething.org and in the counseling office.
Delta Tau Delta Scholarship – March 31st due date
Three $1000.00 Scholarships are awarded to outstanding male and female students who excel in the areas of scholarship, leadership, athletics and community service. please apply online at http://www.delts.org . If you have any questions about this scholarship, please email email@example.com
Unigo “Resist the Ist and Defy Stereotypes” $10,000 Scholarship – March 31st due date
Open to all US students, students submit and online application and answer a prompt in 200 words or less. Further information can be found in the counseling office or online at unigo.com
Janice Scott Memorial Scholarship – March 31st due date
A $2,500 scholarship will be awarded to a high school senior whose household income is below $50,000 adjusted gross income. Further information and applications can be found in the counseling office or questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Omega Scholarships – March 31st due date
Through the generous sponsorship of the MIT AgeLab, the New England University Transportation Center, and AARP, OMEGA is proud to offer three $1000 college scholarships to recognize and reward the efforts that young adults are making to create multigenerational connections. High school juniors and seniors living in one of the six New England states (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont) are eligible to apply for scholarships. Applications and more information can be found in the counseling office and online at http://agelab.mit.edu/about-omega-scholarships
Varsity Tutors Scholarship – March 1 to March 31st
Varsity Tutors holds a monthly $1,000 college scholarship contest where students write an essay in response to a monthly prompt. Visitors to the Varsity Tutors scholarship webpage are able to vote via social media for submitted entries. The top five entries with the most votes are reviewed by Varsity Tutors at the end of the month and one winner is subsequently chosen to receive the $1,000 college scholarship. Interested students can enter the contest here:
AGC of Maine Education Foundation – March 31st due date
Must be a Maine Resident, entering or enrolled in an undergraduate, construction- related field of study at an accredited Maine post-secondary institute. financial need, reasonable academic standards. More information can be found in the counseling office, or online at http://agcmaine.org/about/education-foundation/
Bay Alarm Medical Scholarship – March 31st due date
$2,000, $1,000 & $500 awards Applicants must be involved in a community service effort/volunteer opportunity working with the elderly or participate in care giving duties for an elderly relative living in the home. For more information http://www.bayalarmmedical.com/scholarship
Senator George J. Mitchell Scholarship Research Institute – April 1st due date
In addition to the $8,500 scholarship support, doors are opened to numerous resources and programs for Mitchell Scholars. The strongest applicants demonstrate financial need, academic promise, and community impact. Additional information is available in the counseling office or at www.mitchellinstitute.org
DialMyCalls.com Scholarship Essay Contest – April 1st due date
Dial My Calls is a mass notification system Company. We would like to make our new Scholarship opportunity available for Brunswick High School. This scholarship requires an essay submission. We will select two winners, first place will win $1500.00 and second place will win $500.00 – winners are selected by our DialMyCalls.com staff. More information can be found in the counseling office or online at https://www.dialmycalls.com/scholarship.html
Maine State Golf Association Scholarship – April 1st due date
The Maine State Golf Association (MSGA) Scholarship Fund is a charitable and educational trust, providing undergraduate scholarships for needy and deserving students. Requirements for consideration are as follows:
1. A candidate shall have shown an active interest in Maine golf (i.e. participating as a player, as caddie, and/or working at a MSGA member golf shop or course).
2. Candidates must establish their need for financial assistance to attend college.
3. Candidates must be graduates or prospective graduates of an accredited secondary school and legal residents of the state of Maine.
4. Candidates must be outstanding in character, integrity, and leadership as provided by participation in extra-curricular, civic and/or community activities.
5. The newly named recipient (or a family member) shall be required to attend the MSGA Junior/Scholarship Awards banquet in early August; award is contingent upon such attendance. Further information is in the counseling office and at www.mesga.org
GFWC Maine & Maine Council for Elder Abuse Prevention – April 1st due date
General Federation of Women’s Clubs of Maine and the Maine Council for Elder Abuse Prevention are working together to raise awareness about elder abuse in Maine. They are offering a first place $1,000 scholarship and a second place $500 scholarship. To be eligible students must meet the academic criteria, have some consideration for the need for financial assistance, and complete the essay content and application. This and additional information and applications can be found in the counseling office.
Alpha One “Powering Education” Scholarship – April 1st due date
This scholarship is established to assist people with disabilities who wish to pursue post-secondary education. visit online @ www.alphaonenow.org
Margaret Chase Smith Library Essay Contest – April 1st due date
Contest open to Maine High School Seniors. Thanks to generous support from the Margaret Chase Smith Foundation, prizes are $1000 for first place, $500 for second place, $250 for third place, and five $50 honorable mention prizes. More information can be found in the counseling office or at www.mcslibrary.org
Maine State Golf Association, Inc.- April 1st due date
Graduating seniors who are active participants in golf. Candidates will be scored on their golf participation, academic record, and financial need. Download application at www.mesga.org
Downeast Energy & Building Supply Scholarship – April 1st due date
Downeast Energy & Building Supply will award scholarships to high school seniors, graduates planning to enroll or students already enrolled full-time at approved secondary vocational technical institutes for the heating or building trades. Each scholarship will be a maximum of $1000. per academic year. Must possess scholastic merit and provide evidence of a well-rounded personality and qualities of leadership and good citizenship and, CANNOT be a family member of a Downeast employee. To download an application, to to www.downeastenergy.com
Durham Rod & Gun Club Ernest Tebbets Scholarship – April 1st due date
Must be a Durham resident to apply for this $200 scholarship.
Atlantic Regional Federal Credit Union Scholarship – April 2nd due date
Must be a primary account member at ARFCU. Must be enrolled in an undergraduate program at a chosen college or vocational school with a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester. This scholarship program offers seniors the chance to be awarded one $7,500 scholarship, one $2,500 scholarship, one $1,000 scholarship or one of eight $500 scholarships.. https://www.atlanticfcu.com
Ruffed Grouse Society Scholarship – April 3rd due date
For students interested in wildlife conservation, conservation law enforcement, forest management or a related field supported by the Ruffed Grouse Society. One deserving student will receive the George V. Soule scholarship in the amount of $4,000. Additional information can be found in the counseling office or online at www.ruffedgrousemaine.org/scholarship
The Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc. – April 3rd due date (for EARLY decision)
Four year scholarships to students with financial need who display academic achievement, a commitment to serving others, a strong work ethic, grit and passion for overcoming obstacles and/or achieving future goals, and leadership qualities. Must be permanent resident of New England but may attend college anywhere in the United States. Additional information is available in the counseling office or at www.philips-scholarship.org
Cumberland County Sheriff Police Athletic Scholarship & Bob Walsh Scholarship (two separate Scholarships) – April 6th due date
Five $1000 scholarships. The Police Athletic Scholarships are awarded to two female and two male seniors of Cumberland County that have excelled in academics and athletics. The Lt. Robert E. Walsh Scholarship is designed for student interested in a career in law enforcement. Applications and more information can be found in the counseling office or at www.cumberlandso.org
Maine Credit Union Scholarship – April 7th due date
Maine State Credit Union (MSCU) will award twenty (20) $1,000scholarships in 2016 to graduating high school students who MUST:
1) Be a primary member of MSCU
2) Complete all information outlined below and submit in one packet.
Recipients will be notified by phone. The scholarship funds will be sent directly to the school upon verification of enrollment. Applications can be found in the counseling office or online at http://mainestatecu.org/scholarship
NEACAC’s Essay Contest – April 8th due date
The New England Association for College Admission Counseling is awarding six students (one from each New England state) with a $900 scholarship. Students fill out and application online and submit a 500 word essay on a given prompt. More information can be found in the counseling office or online at www.neacac.org
Liberty Graphics $1000 Art Scholarship – April 7th due date
Offered to a Maine high school senior. This award is intended to encourage students in the pursuit of their artistic experiences and learning. Interested students may submit any original artwork in traditional flat media that reflects our natural environment. lgtee.com
Greater Brunswick Physical Therapy Scholarship – April 10th due date
Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of leadership, participation in school, community service, work experience, academic achievement, statement of career and education goals, and recommendations. Students must also be looking to lead a career in Physical Therapy. Applications can be found in the counseling office .
Rocket55 Scholarship – April 14th due date
$1,000 You may qualify by writing a 300 – 500 word essay on a choice of three topics: 1. How is digital marketing different than (or the same as) traditional marketing? 2. What is the role of social media in overall business strategy? Does it play a role? 3. What makes a website “great”? Additional information is in the counseling office or at rocket55.com/scholarship/apply/
Maine Chiefs of Police Memorial Scholarship – April 14th due date
In honor of Thomas J Landers & Charles H. Jackson. The purpose of this program is to promote the ideas and concepts to the youth of our state for law enforcement as a professional career by awarding scholarships to deserving graduating seniors. The Maine Chiefs’s of Police Profession of Law Enforcement is a rewarding and beneficial career goal to the youth of our state. Applications and more information can be found in the counseling office or online at www.mainechiefs.com
Southern Maine Women’s Golf Association Scholarship Fund – April 15 due date
Eligibility: Annual scholarships are awarded to deserving women who have an interest in and have participated in some aspect of the game of golf and are planning to continue their education beyond high school. Consideration is also given to academic achievements and extra-curricular activities. smwga.com
Maine Richard Pierce Scholarship – April 15th due date
Scholarships are awarded on a renewable basis for up to 4 years (depending on the grade level of the student). In order to receive renewable rewards, students must maintain satisfactory academic progress. To be eligible students must, be a Maine resident entering 1st year of post-secondary education, intend to enroll/be enrolled in a 2 or 4 year degree-granting college or university accredited by the Association of Schools and Colleges and show a strong desire to complete degree program. More information can be found in the counseling office or online at https://mesfoundation.org/
Mid-Coast Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship – April 15th RECEIVED BY due date
Applicant must be pursuing an education at an accredited institution, with a major in a program that will lead to a health-care career. Applications can be found in the counseling office or online at www.midcoasthealth.com/scholarships
Pipe & Drum Corps Scholarship – April 15th due date
For applicants enrolled or planning to enroll in a course of study in a police, fire, or emergency medical service (EMS) program at an accredited college, university or vocational technical school. Further information and applications can be found in the counseling office or by email at email@example.com
Thomas J. Landers Scholarship Chiefs of Police Scholarship- April 15th due date
High school seniors who are pursuing a career in law enforcement. The Maine Chief’s of Police recognizes its responsibilities and dedication to foster the profession of law enforcement as rewarding and beneficial career to the youth of our state. This is a $500 scholarship. More information can be found in the counseling office or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting http://www.mainechiefs.com/
Fleet Reserve Association Scholarship (Military families) – April 15th due date
Scholarships awarded to dependents of military families which are members AND non-members of the FRA. Students my submit and application and essay to the FRA. For more information and applications please visit the counseling office or www.fra.org
Maine Legislative Mem. Scholarship Fund – April 15th due date
Open to all high school students and adults pursuing a college degree in any academic major. Apply online at www.mesfoundation.com. 1-800-922-6352
TD Banknorth Promise Scholarship – April 15th due date
Open to all high school students pursuing a bachelor’s or associates degree in any academic major. Apply online at www.mesfoundation.com.
Equality Maine Scholarship – April 15th due date
Recipients are chosen based on their involvement and leadership in promoting equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in their schools and communities and their commitment and concrete plans for continued work to promote equality in Maine. $1000 scholarship to assist in financing their higher education. Information can be found at http://www.foundation.equalitymaine.org or in the counseling office.
Maine State Chamber of Commerce Scholarship – April 15th due date
Open to all high school students and adults pursuing a bachelor’s or associates degree in the business or technical fields. Apply online at www.mesfoundation.com.
American Legion Scholarships – April 15th due date
You may call the American Legion Post 20 Finance Officer, Jim Oikle at (207) 751-9547 or email email@example.com for further information on these scholarships.Children & Youth Scholarship -Consideration given to those with extracurricular activities, honors or awards received, community service. High school seniors planning to attend college.James V. Day Scholarship – Resident of Maine enrolled in an accredited college or vocational technical school. Be of good character and past behavior has demonstrated belief in the American way of life. Parent or grandparent must be a current member of an American Legion Post in the State of Maine. Financial need.Daniel E. Lambert Memorial Scholarship – Resident of Maine enrolled in an accredited college or vocational technical school. Be of good character and past behavior has demonstrated belief in the American way of life. Parent or grandparent must be a veteran. Financial need. legion.org
HotelsCheap.org Scholarship Program – April 15th due date
In addition to being a Cheap Lodging provider, HotelsCheap is offering college scholarships for students aspiring to achieve a college education. Having attended college ourselves, we appreciate the difficulty students face in financing their education, and we recognize the benefits a college degree can provide. That’s why our need-based scholarship rewards students who are looking to better themselves, who have goals and dreams, and who are committed to achieving a college degree. US students who are 16 years of age or older are encouraged to apply for our scholarships. High school students, undergraduate students, master degree students, and adult learners are all encouraged to apply. Apply online at http://www.hotelscheap.org/scholarship
Maine State Employees Association Scholarship – April 21st due date.
Student must be the son/daughter or grandchild of a dues-paying MSEA/SEIU member. Go to: https://www.mseaseiu.org/index.php/forms-2/
National Council of Jewish Women Scholarship – April 22nd due date
NCJW strives for social justice by improving the quality of life for women, children, and families and by safeguarding individual rights and freedoms. This is a need-based scholarship that is awarded to multiple students, with the exception of one award: the Selma Gleit memorial Scholarship for Women in STEM. The Gleit Award is presented to a Jewish female college student who has demonstrated excellence and commitment in science, technology, engineering and/or math, without consideration of need. Applications are available in the counseling office or at www.ncjwmaine.org
Student-View Scholarship Program – April 22nd due date
Open to high school seniors who plan to attend a four-year college, community/junior college or career school. The program includes: One $3000 scholarship, Two $1000 scholarships, and Six $500 scholarships. Simply log on to www.student-view.com and complete an application survey about colleges in your area.
Maine Educational Secretaries Association M.E.S.A. Scholarship – April 23rd due date
Must be referred by a MESA member or have a member in his/her school district. Must be accepted into a two (2) or (4) year post-secondary educational program. Financial need.
Cumberland County Medical Society Foundation – April 25th due date
Essay contest. Graduating seniors who plan to continue their education; does not have to apply to medicine.
The Christopher’s Annual Poster Contest – April 27th due date
A first prize of $1000 to a high school student in grades 9 through 12. Students are invited to enter our annual Poster Contest for High School Students by creating a poster interpreting the theme You Can Make a Difference. Lots of rules on this one so be sure to check http://www.christophers.org and there is also information available in the counseling office.
NEACAC Essay Contest – April 28th due date
Juniors and Seniors from all NEACAC member high schools in New England are invited to apply. Six $250.00 scholarships. 500 word essay on a specific topic. See form in Counseling Office. neacac.org
Russ Casey Scholarship/Maine Restaurant Association – April 28th due date
Maine senior students who wish to pursue a degree in Culinary Arts or Hospitality oriented programs. Students must be undergraduates of an accredited high school, high school graduates, and/or students of Maine restaurant Association (MERA) Members or Employees of MERA properties. Applications and more information can be found in the counseling office or at www.mainerestuarant.com
Maine State Grange Scholarship – April 30th due date
The Maine State Grange Agriculture Committee is looking for young men and women who are pursing a career in agriculture or agriculturally related fields at the college level. This is a $500 scholarship.
Unigo Scholarship – April 30th due date
$3000 Be currently enrolled (or enroll no later than the fall of 2022) in an accredited post-secondary institution of higher education. Submit an online short written response (250 words or less) for the question:
“How will a $3,000 scholarship for education make a difference in your life?” Additional information in the counseling office or go to: www.unigo.com/our-scholarships
Patricia Hennin Scholarship – April 30th due date
Brought to you by the Shelter Institute, a school where geometry and physics are applied to real life, this scholarship’s purpose is to attract juniors and seniors to the fields of engineering, architecture, design, project management, and construction. Winners receive one scholarship for enrollment in either Design and Build Class or the Purely Post and Beam Class. Either course can be used as general credits at the University of Maine Augusta and are transferable to other colleges and universities. Full applications and details can be found in the counseling office and at www.shelterinstitute.com
Waterlogic’s Clean Water Scholarship – April 30th due date
Waterlogic’s mission is to bring people the cleanest water possible and we do this through our innovative water filtration technology. Waterlogic understands the importance of clean water and wants to help students who believe in the power of water. This year, Waterlogic is awarding a $1,500 scholarship to the student in or entering college who submits the best essay. For additional information http://www.waterlogic.com/en-us/clean-water-scholarship/
E-Waste Scholarship – April 30th due date
Each year there are 20 to 50 million tons of e-waste discarded in the world. E-waste contains toxic materials, including heavy metals, that can easily seep into the ground and ultimately get into groundwater supplies. The purpose of this scholarship is to help you understand the impact of e-waste and what can be done to reduce e-waste. More information can be found at http://www.digitalresponsibility.org/ewaste-scholarship and in the counseling office.
Maine Driver Education Association Scholarship – April 30th due date
Two $250 scholarships to encourage and assist young people of Maine to start post High School education in any field. One scholarship for any resident of Maine and one scholarship for MEDEA Member’s family only. Students must be a resident at Maine for their High School career and plan to attend an accredited college. Students will write a 300 word essay on “How do you feel the road test could be improved to better evaluate a person’s driving skills?”. Students must also have been instructed in Driver Education by an instructor that is a member of MEDEA as well as attached a copy of their Driver Education course completion card and a clean driving record. More information can be found in the counseling office.
Mechanic Savings Bank Scholarship – May 1st due date
The bank will award 17 $1,000 scholarships to students bound for 2 or 4-year college, technical school, or university in the fall. Students submit an application to the counseling department. For an application and further details see the counseling office.
Maine Manufacturers Career and Training Foundation Scholarship – May 1st due date
Awards are given to individuals who have demonstrated an outstanding record and the overall potential to attend an institution of higher learning, majoring in manufacturing trade or related areas. This scholarship is restricted to the study of precision machining technology, manufacturing technology, welding and engineering. For more information and applications please visit the counseling office or www.mainemfg.com
Maine Legislative Memorial Scholarship – May 1st due date
Students must be a Maine resident who is accepted to or enrolled in a two- or four-year degree-granting Maine college or technical school that is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The student must actually attend the Maine institution. There are sixteen $1,000 scholarships awarded. One to a student in each Maine county. More information can be found at http://www.famemaine.com/ and in the counseling office.
NAWIC Construction Scholarship – May 1st due date
The National Association of Women in Construction is offering a scholarship to any male or female senior enrolled in college course that leads to a career in construction. Example include but are not limited to: carpentry, civil engineering, construction management, architecture, welding, heavy equipment mechanic or operation, and building, electrical or plumbing technology. Applications can be found in the counseling office or online at www.nawicmaine.org/scholarships/
Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund – May 1st due date
A scholarship for permanent residents of New England states, with financial need, who display academic achievement, a commitment to serving others, a strong work ethic and leadership qualities. Applications can be found in the counseling office or online at http://phillips-scholarship.org/new-applicants/steps-to-apply/
Elizabeth Nickerson Scholarship – May 1st due date
Open to all female seniors with an overall scholastic average of “B” or better, written commitment to attend an accredited four-year college or university, and have demonstrated to the scholarship committee actual need for financial assistance. Applications and more information can be found in the counseling office.
MG James Ursano Scholarship Fund – May 1st due date
This scholarship is offered to dependent children of Army Soldiers. Awarded based primarily on financial need, secondarily on academic & individual achievements.
Midcoast Federal Credit Union Diane L. Oceretko Scholarship – May 1st due date
Students wishing to apply must be a member of Midcoast Federal Credit Union. Two $500 scholarships will be awarded to winners chosen from a random drawing of all qualified applicants. For more information contact Susan Clark at 443-1812 or firstname.lastname@example.org
American Legion Scholarships – May 1st due date
James V. Day, $500 (two), Daniel E. Lambert $1000 (two), Children and Youth Scholarships $500 (seven) – Criteria: must demonstrate financial need, must be a resident of the State of Maine, U.S. Citizen, parent or grandparent must be a member of the Maine American Legion. Children and Youth, $500 (seven)- Criteria: must demonstrate financial need. Deadline May 1 of each year. Additional information can be found in the counseling office or online at mainelegion.org
Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund – May 1st due date
4-year scholarships to students with financial need who display academic excellence, a desire to make a meaningful contribution to society, and strong citizenship & character. Must be New England or mid-atlantic resident. https://phillips-scholarship.org
Maine Metal Products Association Scholarship – May 1st due date
Open to all high school students and adults pursuing a degree in a engineering, technical field – machine trades, or metal working. Apply online at www.mainemfg.com/students/scholarships
Officer Jim D. Swint Memorial Scholarship – May 1st due date
Eligibility: BHS Senior, plans to study an area of public service (a field which will benefit the public by supplying an essential commodity or service; i.e. transportation, law enforcement, teaching, nursing, etc.), maintain a B- average or better, and complete the required essay on “public service”. Financial need is considered. Applications are located in the counseling office.
Mitchell Scholarship Program – May 1st due date
Graduating seniors who are planning to apply to 2 or 4 year college/university. Academic potential, community service, and financial need are considered. Postmark applications by April 1st. Applications are online at www.mitchellinstitute.org.
Maine Police Emerald Society Kevin Riordan Scholarship – May 1st due date
Must be a senior who will be pursuing an education in Law Enforcement. Eligibility will be based on academic records, leadership responsibilities in both community and school activities, a clearly written essay of academic and career goals. The scholarship is in the amount of $500.00 and will be given before the start of the fall semester. Applications can be found online www.maineirishcops.org or in the counseling office.
Guy P. Gannett Scholarship Fund – May 1st due date
High school senior planning to attend an undergraduate program, including a trade school or technical institute program majoring in journalism or related field; including all forms of print, broadcast or electronic media. www.mainecf.org
Maine Vietnam Veterans’ Scholarship Fund – May 1st due date
Open to descendents of veterans of the US Armed Services. High school seniors planning to enroll in post-secondary education.
WBRC Architects – Engineers Centennial Scholarship – May 1st due date
Two awards of $500 (one for Architecture and one for Engineering) are available to area High School students. The Architecture and Engineering school must be recognized as an accredited college by the appropriate licensing group. Applications must be brought to Brunswick High Counseling Office by May 1. https://www.wbrcae.com/about/centennial-scholarship/
Lewis P. Gallagher Family Foundation Scholarship – May 1st due date
Provides scholarship awards to selected graduates of BHS to enable the recipients to attend a vocational institution, college or university.
BHS National Honor Society Scholarship – May 21st due date
Seniors must be in the National Honor Society and have a 3.0 GPA. They must also have 20 community service hours on their transcript.
Rochelle “Russ” Livernois Memorial Scholarship – May 5th due date
The Lisbon Federal Credit Union has four $1000.00 scholarships to offer for graduating seniors. To be eligible you must be a graduating senior, be a member of the Lisbon Federal Credit Union, or the child of a member of the credit union, have a 2.5 GPA or higher, and be accepted as an incoming freshman to an accredited two or four year college, university or technical college of your choice, studies must begin within one year of the award. lisboncu.prg
Bruce Cook Scholarship Award – May 10th due date
$1000 award will be given to a graduating senior from Brunswick High who is planning to attend post-secondary education. Students will submit a resume highlighting their academic and co-curricular activities during the high school years. Additional pursuits such as employment and service to the Brunswick community should be included. Pick up paperwork in the Counseling Office.
Joe Bornstein Arrive Alive Creative Contest – May 12th due date
The Law Offices of Joe Bornstein annual arrive alive contest is open to graduating seniors who wish to send a message to their peers about the dangers of drinking and driving as well as the dangers of distracted driving. First place winners receive a new laptop, second and third place winners receive a new iPad and all entrants receive fun prizes. Poems, essays, paintings, videos, songs, board games, drawings and more may be submitted to the contest. Further information can be found at http://www.arrivealivecreativecontest.com/
Maine Innkeepers Education Foundation Scholarship – May 12th due date
Open to any Maine student pursuing a career in the lodging or food-service field or any family members of Lodging or Allied members or their employees or their families pursuing a non-hospitality career. Applications and more information can be found in the counseling office or at www.maineinns.com or email@example.com.
Maine Graphic Arts Association Scholarship – May 15th due date
Open to students accepted into a post-secondary Graphic Arts/Graphic Communications Program. Open to Maine residents only but the student can be planning to go to College anywhere. For further information and applications visit the counseling office or www.megaa.org
NECBAC- New England Counselors of Color Bridging Access to College Scholarship – May 15th due date
NECBAC will be awarding book scholarships to eligible students of color graduating from a New England high school and who will be enrolling full-time in a NECBAC member institution. In order to be considered for this scholarship, applicants must submit an official application essay, and an official high school transcript which must be postmarked by May 15, 2014.
Acadia Lodge No. 121 Masonic Scholarship – May 15th due date
Applicant must be a resident of Durham or Pownal and a high school graduating senior or the equivalent in a home-school program. Demonstrate that he or she possesses good moral character and exemplifies qualities of good citizenship. GPA of 2.75 or higher. Accepted to an accredited two or four-year program of post-secondary education with the application. Applications must be returned to the Lodge secretary as follows: Mr. Ryan L. Carter 7 Sunset Ave. Lisbon Falls, Me 04252
Maine Sports Legends – May 20th due date
$750 will be awarded to one male and one female in each of the four geographic areas of the state. Applicants should demonstrate athletic ability plus scholarship, leadership, character and community service.
Jane Austen Essay Contest – May 21st due date
Students examine a Jane Austen novel or several and show different ways characters engage with their culture, views, morals, or living conditions. Detailed information on essays formats and entry form can be found at http://www.jasna.org/essaycontest/submission.html
“B. Davis Scholarship”- May 22nd due date
Please visit our website at http://www.studentawardsearch.com/scholarship.htm to read about us and to apply for our scholarship. A less than 1000 word essay is required and the topic can be found on the website. Amount of scholarship is $1000. Submissions are sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Design a Sign Scholarship – May 28
Student create a digital banner design that expresses future dreams and goals which will be achieved through higher education. Grand prize is a $1000 scholarship. Submissions and more information can be found at www.signazon.com
The Maine Difference Scholarship from Lamey Wellehan – May 30th due date
The Maine Difference Scholarship, a program funded by Lamey-Wellehan, is intended to aid in the cost of attaining an education for a Maine young person studying at a Maine college or university. The focus of the student’s studies should be on the ecology and economics of Maine. The emphasis on these aspects with Maine as an intense background is structured to insure that both the student and the State of Maine benefit from the scholarship and careers that result from the student’s education. The award is a renewable $1,000 scholarship for undergraduate study at any college or university in Maine. For an application visit www. lwshoes.com/scholarship.aspx
Rover College Scholarship – May 31st due date
$1,000 For High School seniors In 400-500 words, answer the question: Sharing economy companies like Uber, Lyft, Airbnb, and Rover have seen a big rise in popularity over the last few years. How do you think the sharing economy will change in the next 5 years? What impacts do you think it will have on the lives of college students, both in big cities and small towns? More information is available in the counseling office or go to the website financialaidfinder.com/rover-college-scholarship-2016/
Coconut Oil Pro Essay Contest – May 31st due date
Coconut Oil Pro is honored to help students to improve their studying journey. We all know that knowledge is valuable but it also costs a considerable price. Using this scholarship program, we hope that we can help 1 student in their tuition. We will award a $1000 scholarship to 1 student for their success in this scholarship. More information can be found in the counseling office or online at http://www.coconutoilpro.com/scholarship
Fifth Month Scholarship – May 31st due date
Students submit a written response to the scholarship topic, “May is the fifth month of the year. Write a letter to the number five explaining why five is important. Be serious or be funny. Either way, here’s a high five to you for being original.” More details and regulations can be found in the counseling office or online at scholarshipexperts.com where students must create and online account and apply online.
Maine Rural Rehabilitation Fund Scholarship – May 31st due date
Maine students seeking an agricultural education. Must reside in Maine, Enrolled or accepted for enrollment by a University or College offering an agricultural degree; GPA of 2.7 or greater, or have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or greater for the mist recent semester or quarter. Demonstrate that an unmet financial need exists that must be overcome to pursue a higher education. Application in Counseling office.
Caretenders Scholarship Program – May 31st due date
A $500 scholarship award. Students fill out an online application and submit four essays to prompts, each 1000 words or less. More information can be found in the counseling office or online at www.bellevilleretirementhomes.ca/apply.php
AED Superstore College Scholarship – May 31st due date
AED Superstore is a nationwide distributor of automated external defibrillators and related accessories dedicated to increasing awareness and education around CPR and AEDs. AED Superstore is located in northern Wisconsin and operates under Allied 100, LLC. AED Superstore is offering its first bi-annual scholarship of $1,000 to eligible students. For more information http://www.aedsuperstore.com/scholarship.html
Crown & Caliber Entrepreneur’s Scholarship – May 31st due date
A $1000 scholarship. Many major web & tech organizations that once started as small entrepreneurial start-ups have rapidly expanded to major companies that impact our everyday lives, such as Google and Facebook and even Twitter and Instagram. If you were given a budget of $1,000 to initiate a startup that could rapidly threaten these major organizations – what startup would you propose? For additional information http://www.crownandcaliber.com/crown-caliber-entrepreneurs-scholarship/
CGTrader Future of Technology in Education Essay Contest – June 1st due date
Each semester CGTrader challenges students to dig into the field of technology writing an essay on how innovative technologies are transforming our lives. Enter the CGTrader Scholarship challenge to win $3,000 for your education bills. The best submission will be awarded $2,000 while the two runners-up will receive $500 each. More information can be found in the counseling office and online at https://www.cgtrader.com/scholarships
OMBAR “Aspiring Business Professional” Scholarship – June 1st due date
A single $1000 scholarship aimed towards promoting business and to encourage aspiring business professionals. This scholarship is awarded to high school seniors pursuing a business related degree program at an accredited post-secondary school or college. Applicants must submit an application via the scholarship application form on: OnlineMBAReport.com
Griswold Home Care Bi-Annual Scholarship – June 1st due date
Griswold Home Care is a mission-driven home care services company headquartered just outside of Philadelphia that celebrates, educates, and advocates the choice to remain independent at home. Griswold Home Care was founded by Jean Griswold, wife of a Presbyterian Minister, in 1982 after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and seeing the need for quality care in her community. Jean’s mission of affordable care for all continues to spread today. In honor of Jean’s vision, Griswold Home Care offers a $1,000 bi-annual scholarship to a qualified student pursuing a bachelor’s, associate’s, graduate, or professional degree at an accredited college or university.
For additional information http://www.griswoldhomecare.com/scholarship/
Oz Moving & Storage Scholarship – June 1st due date
Oz will award one (1) talented student a $1,000 scholarship this year. The winner will be chosen based on a creative multi-media piece or well-written essay entry that relates back to the subject of moving. For additional information https://www.ozmoving.com/Scholarship
Midcoast Federal Credit Union Diane Oceretko Scholarship – June 1st due date
To apply the student must be a senior and a member of Midcoast Federal Credit Union. The student must also be registering full time for fall college courses. The student must have a current GPA of 3.0 or higher, and a 500 word essay will be required with the application. More information can be found in the counseling office, or online at https://www.midcoastfcu.me
W. Scott Reid Scholarship – June 10th due date
A $1000 scholarship which may be applied each year up to four years. Student must be interested in attending a college in Maine looking to lead a degree in Nursing. Rules and regulations can be found in the counseling office or online at www.usm.maine.edu
Aspiring Animation Professional Scholarship – June 1st due date
Students submit and application and essay on a specific topic given for a chance to receive a $1000 scholarship. Information can be found in the counseling office or online at http://www.animationcareerreview.com/
Aspiring Fashion Professional Scholarship – June 1st due date
Students submit and application and essay on a specific topic given for a chance to receive a $1000 scholarship. Information can be found in the counseling office or online at http://www.fashion-schools.org/
Durham Fire & Rescue Scholarship – June 1st Due date
Durham Fire & Rescue presents a scholarship each year to a graduating senior from Durham. www.durhamfire-rescue.com
Lucien E. and Georgiana M. Martin Memorial Scholarship – June 14th due date
Must be a resident of Lewiston, Auburn, Lisbon, Sabattus, Greene, Turner, Minot, Durham, or Poland Maine, Be of Franco-American heritage, about to graduate or have graduated from high school or obtained a GED, be enrolled as a student in an accredited institution of higher learning.
Abbott and Fenner Scholarship Program – June 12th due date
Student will submit an essay on the topic that appears on the scholarship page of our website: http://www.abbottandfenner.com/scholarships.htm
Odenza Vacations College Scholarship – June 15th due date
Oz Moving & Storage knows that moving to college is tough; leaving your family behind to live on your own is just one of the many challenges that new students face. We also love to give back to the community. That’s why we want to make everything a little bit easier. Oz will award one (1) talented student a $1,000 scholarship this year. We will choose a winner from the pool of applications that fill out the form at: https://www.ozmoving.com/Scholarship
Horatio Alger National Career & Technical Scholarship – June 15th due date
The Association will award up to 1020 scholarships in 2017 with a maximum award amount of $2,500 to students in eligible CTE programs. Further information can be found at https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships and in the counseling office.
MyBioSource Scholarship- June 17th due date
One of five $1,000 For high school seniors, undergraduates or graduate student in all majors and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, or related fields) Additional information is available in the counseling office. Applications are available on the MyBioSource website: http://www.mybiosource.com
BigSun Scholarship – June 19th due date
A $500 scholarship. Open to all student athletes regardless of the sport they are engaged in. Students will submit and essay answering several questions which can be found in the counseling office or online at www.bigsunathletics.com essays will be submitted to email@example.com
The Margarian Scholarship – June 30th due date
The Margarian Scholarship seeks to award students who have demonstrated commitment to their heritage, community, and society through persistence, dedication, success and humility. There are five $1,000 awards each. Further information can be found in the counseling office or online at www.margarianlaw.com/scholarship
Juego Studio Scholarship – June 30th due date (and November 30th)
We are motivated to help students who are dedicated to improving the lives of others, and that’s why we hold a $1000 merit-based scholarship twice a year for students from all fields of studies. Applicants have to submit a 500+ word essay on the following topic: Future of Mobile Game Development or Augmented Reality Development & Its future. More information can be found in the counseling office or at https://www.juegostudio.com/scholarship.html
Hardy Wolf & Downing Scholarship – June 30th due date
Open to immediate family members of US Veterans and/or local law enforcement. Students will complete an essay on one of three given topics. For further information on topics and other application information please visit them at http://hardywolf.com/scholarships
Sterling Law Offices Scholarship – June 30th due date
Sterling Law Offices, S.C. is offering students the opportunity to win a $1,000 paid scholarship towards their academic goals. The scholarship is open to high school seniors preparing for their first year of college as well as college students already enrolled full-time. Students must hold a minimum GPA of 3.0 and apply online at http://www.sterlinglawyers.com/scholarship/, transcripts, a cover letter, and essay are required.
Ride a Bike Scholarship – June 30th due date
Students must be enrolled and set to attend college in the fall. Grab a camera and share your favorite story that involves bike-riding! Bonus points if you’re filmed riding! All videos must be uploaded to the sponsor webstie, further information can be found in the counseling office or online at http://www.davescheapbikes.com/scholarship/
Maine State Nurses Association Scholarship – July 1st Due date ( Fall Semester) & December 1st due date (Spring Semester)
Three $1000 scholarships to Maine residents who will be attending an accredited nursing program in Maine. GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Southern Maine Women’s Golf Association – July 15th due date
To apply for a scholarship, submit a completed application by the date designated in the application. Applications can be downloaded from this website and are also available at the SMWGA office at 58 Val Halla Rd, Cumberland, ME 04021. You may contact that office by telephone at 797-2268 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Maine, Balanced Man Scholarship – July 17th due date
The University of Maine chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon is offering two, one-time scholarships in the amount of $1,000 to incoming freshman. Their goal is to reward men who exemplify the qualities of a Sound Mind and a Sound Body, as they believe they are two ideal essentials to leading a balanced life. Applications have no obligation to join or affiliate with SigEp to be eligible for the scholarship. Applications can be found in the counseling office or online at http://umainesigep.org/bms/
Perry & Pfau Left-Handed Scholarship – July 31st due date
Open to left- or right-handed (or ambidextrous) high school seniors and college or graduate students who live in the United States. You must submit a one- to two-minute YouTube video on why it is better to left-handed than right-handed and will be judged on creativity, humor and overall quality. You do not have to be left-handed in order to apply for this award. More information can be found in the counseling office or online at http://p2lawyers.com/scholarship
Design Your Success Scholarship – July 31st due date
Students write a 1,200-1,500 word essay on how you plan to design your success in life. This is a broad topic. Interpret on a personal level and make the essay personally unique. Further information can be found at https://www.signs.com/scholarships and in the counseling office.
Aperture Education Scholarship – July 31st due date
Aperture Education is offering a $1000 college scholarship to an individual who can provide an essay on our given topic. A highly motivated individual aged 16 to 22, who is beginning or continuing their college enrollment. Further information can be found at http://www.apertureed.com/funding/scholarship/
Make Me Laugh Scholarship – August 31st due date
Application must be submitted online at ScholarshipExperts.com Judges don’t want to know how great your grades are, they simply want to LOL. Students submit a description of an incident in their life, funny or embarassing (fact or fiction), and make the judges laugh. $1500 non renewable scholarship.
The Solutionreach Scholarship – August 7th due date
The scholarship is available for High school graduates students and undergraduate students who are currently enrolled in an accredited US college or university. The goal is improving health care involve increasing patient education through technology. Two gifts totaling of $4,000 amount will be awarded annually. Additional information is available in the counseling office or at: www.solutionreach.com
|BRUNSWICK AREA STUDENT AID FUND|
|ABOUT THE FUND:
In 1954 Mario Tonon, Principal of Brunswick High School, created this fund. Local businesses contributed and the students themselves made a strong effort to grow the Fund. The addition of SAD #75 in 1977 made the Student Aid Fund truly a major regional scholarship source.Today, scholarships based upon financial need range from $800 to $1,500 each and the total annual awards approach $200,000 to approximately 200 students.In addition to post-secondary education grants, the Fund pays for eye glasses, clothing, doctors, dentists and other necessities on behalf of elementary and secondary school students from families in need.WHO IS ELIGIBLE:
- Graduates of Brunswick High School and Mt. Ararat School
- Any graduate of other secondary schools who were eligible by residency to Mt. Ararat or Brunswick
- Eligibility includes any two years of virtually any post-secondary education
HOW TO APPLY:
- By March 15 of each year of eligibility, the applicant must submit a copy of the FAFSA (Free Application For Federal Student Aid) along with the Brunswick Area Student Aid Application sheet to the Guidance Office at Brunswick High School or Mt. Ararat High School.
- That’s all there is to it!
HOW MUCH IS AVAILABLE:
- For each student, the amount awarded depends solely upon financial need. The maximum is currently approximately $1,500.
|ELIZABETH NICKERSON SCHOLARSHIP|
|ELIGIBILITY: All Brunswick High School Senior female students are invited to apply for this scholarship
- You must have an overall scholastic average of “B” or better in a program leading to college admission
- You must have made a written commitment to attend an accredited four-year college or university
- You must have demonstrated to the scholarship committee actual need for financial assistance
REQUIREMENTS NEEDED TO COMPLETE APPLICATION:
- The application needs to be completed accurately & completely
- Type or print all application materials clearly
- Interviews will be scheduled as part of the application process for finalists & take place at BHS
- No interviews will be conducted unless all requested documents are submitted
- Copy of FAFSA, with acknowledgment of receipt must accompany the application
- Copy of proof of admissions to college or university
- Copy of financial aid award letter
- Copies of any other scholarships you may have received
APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE COUNSELING OFFICE
or on line by Click for Elizabeth Nickerson Scholarship application
|OFFICER JIM D. SWINT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP|
|The Officer Jim D. Swint Scholarship Fund is a living memorial. At the time of his death Jim was attending New Hampshire College. To him, education was the way to help him better serve the public.This scholarship fund will annually award one $1,000 scholarship to a student pursuing a college education in a field of public service.ELIGIBILITY:
APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE COUNSELING OFFICE
|THE LEWIS P. GALLAGHER FAMILY FOUNDATION|
|The Lewis P. Gallagher Family Foundation is a non-profit charitable corporation established by S. Margaret Gallagher in honor of her parents, Lewis Palmer Gallagher and Clara Custer Gallagher. It is the desire of the Foundation that the primary use of the scholarship, when practicable, be devoted to scholarship grants that are designed to enable the recipients to seek a vocational education and such further formal education (not to exceed the baccalaureate degree) and to encourage such persons to remain residents of the State of Maine so that their specialized skills and training will benefit Maine’s business and industry.
CRITERIA & PROCEDURE:
- Must be a Brunswick High School graduate
- Complete application
- Applications must be submitted to the Counseling Office no later than the first Friday in May
APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE COUNSELING OFFICE
IN EARLY FEBRUARY
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|SCHOLARSHIP SITES ON THE WEB|
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