As a job and internship resource, our scholarships are for students who will be exemplary candidates in their field when the time comes to find an internship or job. This means that we evaluate applicants with the eye of a hiring manager, so: watch your grammar, check your spelling, put your best accomplishments forward and you may get paid for thinking about your future!
September 30, 2014
Any and all current students of accredited universities and colleges are welcomed to apply. Qualified candidates will have a proven record of high quality sales, considering both volume and frequency. Competitive candidates should be able to describe how their own creativity, honesty and determination brought sizable revenue or client agreements to their employer, as well as how they intend to further their sales skills into their future careers.
September 30, 2014
New York University offers the future NYU students the following scholarships for dependents and spouses of uniformed members of the Fire Department of the City of New York (FDNY), the New York Police Department (NYPD), the Port Authority Police Department (PAPD), and other emergency response workers who died at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001:
- WACHTELL, LIPTON, ROSEN & KATZ SCHOLARSHIP
- HELEN AND MARTIN KIMMEL SCHOLARSHIP
- BARCLAYS 9/11/01 MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
- SOL AND MARGARET BERGER FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
- 9/11/01 MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Applicants must first apply for the NY State World Trade Center Memorial Scholarship and submit a FAFSA application. The NYU scholarships will cover any remaining balance from the World Trade Center Memorial scholarship.
Young Christian Leaders (YCL) Scholarships are monthly awards of $1,000 given to high school seniors and/or currently enrolled full-time college undergraduates who have been endorsed by their peers, family and spiritual leaders as a person possessing a profound measure of character, commitment to service, and financial need.
High school seniors or active college students must:
- Be attending, active members of their local church. College students who attend school away from home will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis, and a representative from the Scholarship committee will verify the applicant’s membership status with his or her home church.
- Have attained at least a 3.0 grade point average on 4.0 scale in previous school semester/marking period.
- Provide an official transcript from their high school or college that includes their GPA. An official transcript is obtained from the guidance counselor or college registrar. No report cards, progress reports, photo copies, faxes, or hand delivered documents will be accepted.
- Be already enrolled or have plans to be enrolled full time in an undergraduate degree program.
- Be permanent residents of New York, New Jersey or Connecticut, but may attend school outside of these areas.”
Once an application is successfully submitted, the selection committee sifts through all submissions and makes ten nominations for that month’s voting and scoring. At the end of each month, all nominees are evaluated and their category scores are tallied. Each nominee must then satisfy a high enough score in four categories to receive the award. The two students with the highest point totals will be notified and awarded $1,000.
The categories are:
a) Online votes—(25 points);
b) Character—(25 points);
c) Accomplishments/Service—(25 points);
d) Need—(25 points)
- Applicant must mail all required documents in ONE PACKAGE. The scholarship committee will not accept application materials that are mailed separately, hand delivered, dropped off at the front desk, etc. All application packets must be mailed.
- Please send completed application packet to the following address: Buttafuoco & Associates – Attn: Young Christian Leaders Scholarship – 9 Broadman Parkway, Jersey City, NJ 07305. Please Note: It is recommended that you mail the completed scholarship package by certified mail so you will have a receipt for your records.
- Pastors can recommend an unlimited amount of students to the scholarship program.
- Only two students per church can be selected as a top 10 nominee for any given month, and no more than 24 students may be selected from the same church in a 12-month period.
- Voting can only be done online via our website:www.YCLScholarship.org
- Each voter may have one vote per day, so repeat votes must be submitted on different days.
- Nominees will accumulate points for thirty calendar days. The calendar month starts the 1st day of the month they are nominated and closes on the last day of that calendar month.
- All qualified applicants will be automatically enrolled in each month’s nominee selection process for one year.
15th of each month
Applications will be accepted for candidates who have lost a parent or guardian or have had a parent or guardian disabled as a result of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; or who are direct victims disabled as a result of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The scholarships are restricted to either: (1) students attending one of the over 100 United Methodist-related institutions in the United States, or (2) United Methodist students attending higher-education institutions in the United States. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents enrolled in a full-time degree program (graduate or undergraduate) and must maintain satisfactory academic progress as defined by the institution he/she is attending.
Eligibility for an APTS award is based on New York State net taxable income, Federal, State or local pension income and private pension and annuity income, if applicable, from the preceding calendar year.
- For students who were eligible to be claimed as tax dependents by their parents, family New York State NET taxable income may not exceed $50,550. Family income includes student AND parent income.
- For students who were not eligible to be claimed by their parents as tax dependents, their New York State NET taxable income (including spouse’s income) may not exceed $34,250. The spouse’s income must be included if they were married on or before December 31 of the previous calendar year.
- For students who were not eligible to be claimed by their parents but were eligible to claim tax dependents other than self and/or spouse, their New York State NET taxable income (including spouse’s income) may not exceed $50,550. The spouse’s income must be included if they were married on or before December 31 of the previous calendar year.
Student must be enrolled for at least 3 but fewer than 12 semester hours per semester or 4 but fewer than 8 credit hours per trimester
Student must also:
- Be a United States citizen or eligible noncitizen
- Be a legal resident of New York State
- Have graduated from a high school in the United States, earned a GED, or passed a federally approved “Ability to Benefit” test as defined by the Commissioner of the State Education Department
- Be enrolled as a part-time student
- Be matriculated in an approved program of study in a participating New York State postsecondary institution
- Be in good academic standing
- Be charged at least $100 tuition per year
- Not have exhausted Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) eligibility
- Not be in default on any Federal or State student loan or on any repayment of state awards.
- Meet income eligibility limitations
- See your college Financial Aid Office
The Gilman Scholarship Program offers awards for undergraduate study abroad and was established by the International Academic Opportunity Act of 2000. This scholarship provides awards for U.S. undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding at a two-year or four-year college or university to participate in study abroad programs worldwide.
September 30 (for Spring 2014 semester)
- $5,000 (Several Available)
Education Aid makes education accessible to many students who would otherwise be unable to afford to attend school. For these disadvantaged students, getting the job training they need, or earning a college degree can only be made possible with the type of financial support Education Aid provides. Our scholarship programs start at $5,000 and can provide support for a semester, year, or through graduation.
Education Aid, Inc. announced a $5,000 Scholarship Program that will be awarded to a student who has been impacted by Hurricane Sandy, and who has a desperate need for this type of financial support to be able to stay in school until they can graduate. The funding for this Scholarship Program came from Education Aid’s 2012 50/50 Cash Raffle and Holiday Dinner Fundraiser. Applicants must have received some type of funding from FEMA for Hurricane Sandy to qualify for this Program. The Program funds will be distributed to the student during the 2013-2014 academic school year.
The devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy has caused a huge financial burden to many families along the east coast. Unfortunately, this burden could have a huge impact on their ability to pay for basic living expenses while enrolled in school. As a result, many students will be forced to put their education on hold or drop out completely. The scholarship was developed to help these economically disadvantaged students stay in school by providing the financial support they desperately need to pay for these expenses.
The recipient will be awarded $5,000 that will go towards non-tuition related expenses such as:
- Books and School Supplies
- Utilities – Gas and Electric
Only the first 200 applicants are guaranteed consideration for the scholarship program. Funding for the Scholarship recipient will be for the academic school year 2013-2014.
- May 1, 2013 (Several Available)