To be eligible for any of the NACME administered scholarships students must either be a high school senior, within one year of graduating from high school, or matriculating at a community college with the intent to pursue an engineering or computer science program at a NACME Partner Institution, or be currently matriculating in an engineering or computer science program at a NACME Partner Institution, a US citizen or permanent resident, and meet the minimum GPA requirements of the relevant scholarship. NACME’s mission is to increase representation of Black/African American, Latinx/Hispanic-American and Native/American Indian in the fields of engineering and computer science.
NACME is responsible for over $5 million in scholarships awarded annually to underrepresented minority (URM) students. NACME supports approximately 1,000 underrepresented minority engineering and computer students annually.
Student must be a US citizen or a permanent resident;
Student must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher;
Student must demonstrate involvement in community activities;
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Students must submit an essay between 600-800 words and/or a 1-2 minute video describing their aspirations of going to colleges as well as themselves. Creative presentations and graphics are welcomed. Students should explain why they seek a higher education, what obstacles they’ve faced, as well as the lessons they have learned from those experiences. They must also describe any community involvement and/or their intentions for the same after they graduate.
Students must send an unofficial copy of their high school and/or college transcripts.
An entering or returning student at an accredited undergraduate institution in the United States and must be enrolled full-time (at least 12 hours).
Pursuing a bachelor’s degree (BA, BS, BFA, BSN for example) for the first time. Students in one-year or two-year certificate or associate’s degree programs do not qualify. Students in five-plus year programs ending in a master’s degree or beyond may apply for the first four (undergraduate) years of their programs.
A United States citizen or noncitizen who has a current lawful presence in the United States and employment authorization.
A permanent resident of a New England state: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island or Vermont.
An EFC (Expected Family Contribution) from the FAFSA Student Aid Report that is $10,000 or less (contact email@example.com if your EFC is greater than $10,000 but you believe there are extenuating financial circumstances)
A low to moderate parent Adjusted Gross Income (AGI)
The Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund offers renewable, four-year scholarships to students with financial need who display academic achievement, a commitment to serving others (in school, their community, or at home), a strong work ethic, and leadership qualities.
3.0 or higher GPA (unofficial transcript must accompany the application)
Admitted to or enrolled in an accredited college/university or graduate school
Be a United States citizen or otherwise authorized to work or attend school in the United States
Write and submit a 1,000- to 1,500-word original essay on the proposed topic (see below)
Scholarship Essay Topic
Write an original public safety announcement (between 1,000 to 1,500 words) that a) raises awareness of the current climate concerning commercial truck accidents and b) proposes a creative way to increase road safety here in Ohio and throughout our nation.
Once your essay is complete:
Fill out the application form
Upload a copy of your unofficial transcript
Upload a copy of your scholarship essay
Submit proof of enrollment/acceptance to an accredited college/ university/ graduate school (Student ID; Letter of acceptance; etc.)
Acceptance to an accredited four-year college, university or equivalent
G.P.A. of 2.5 or higher
Involvement in an extra-curricular activity or work
Completion of full application
Beyond the Boroughs awards scholarships up to $20,000 over four years to full-time students who have been accepted to an accredited four-year college, university or equivalent (culinary school, for example). To date, Beyond the Boroughs has awarded over $300,000 in scholarship dollars.
Applicants can be current high school seniors entering college in the fall or students currently attending a college or university.
The scholarship will be paid directly to the institution of higher learning. All who meet the requirements below are invited to apply.
Scholarship recipients will receive notice of their award by June 15 of the school year prior to when the scholarship will commence.
Currently enrolled in an accredited undergraduate, graduate, or professional program. This includes accredited community college students as well as high school seniors and students who possess a GED and who have been accepted to or are enrolled in an accredited program.
The scholarship applicant should demonstrate a strong interest in the legal industry, journalism, and/or supporting free speech.
All eligible candidates must be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 or above.
Answer the following prompts and questions in an essay of 1,000 words or less:
Briefly describe how this scholarship will assist in your education and future goals, and explain your goals.
In what ways will your education and degree allow you to give back to your community?
Essay response, 1,000-word maximum. See prompts and questions above.
Current unofficial transcript
All application materials must be submitted by January 31, 2024.
The scholarship recipient will be announced on March 1, 2024.
In order to be eligible to apply for the Scholarship, applicants must be planning on attending an accredited United States law school in the future. This is open to everyone from high school seniors, college students & First Year Incoming Law Students who currently have a 3.0 GPA or higher.
Please include a 500ish word essay or story about the moment you knew you were bound to become a lawyer. We will select someone for the scholarship based on the most compelling story, in our opinion.
How to Apply
Please include your short essay along with the following information and email it to Ian Standish’s email firstname.lastname@example.org by May 15th, 2023. The winners will be selected and notified by June 15th, 2023.