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the internship to receive scholarship funds. Internships/Scholarships Available: (6) six Deadline: We are currently not accepting applications for this program. How to apply: Information on the MetLife Internship/Scholarship program will be forwarded to all universities. Students who qualify may submit their resume and may be contacted for an interview by a TMCF Career Counselor. Students may apply online at the Thurgood Marshall College Fund Website

http://www.thurgoodmarshallfund.org/students/unique_scholarships.html. Deadline: None announced.

Miss Kentucky Teen America Competition/Scholarship Opportunity – This is a scholarship opportunity for any female student ages 14-18 as of July 2009. No experience is required and you do not have to win a preliminary pageant to participate. A $1000 cash scholarship is included and you would represent the Bluegrass State at the televised National Miss Teen America Pageant. For more information and applications go online to www.misskentuckyteenamerica.com and click “Apply Now”. Deadline: No announced deadline.

National College Fair – Kentucky International Convention Center – this fair is sponsored by the National Association of College Admission Counseling and will be held on Saturday February 28, 2009 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Students will be able to attend workshops in ACT/SAT preparation, how to prepare for NCAA requirements, receive information on outside scholarships and financial planning and speak to college admissions counselors from over 86 colleges and universities across America. Anyone may attend.

N. Joyce Payne/Miller Brewing Company - One scholarship of $4,400 for the academic year is available for an African American male student. Criteria: Must be a U.S. citizen, enrolled as a full-time student,

must be African American male, possess a GPA 3.0 or higher, and currently enrolled at one of our member institutions. Students may apply online at the Thurgood Marshall College Fund Website: http://www.thurgoodmarshallfund.org/students/unique_scholarships.html. Deadline - None announced.

Nelle Peterson Memorial Art Scholarship Fund – This scholarship was established by members of the Louisville Artisans Guild in memory of Mrs. Peterson – the first president and a founding member of the Guild. The student may receive $1,500, must be a graduating senior from a school in the Louisville area, have a GPA of 2.0 or higher, and major in commercial or fine art. For more information contact the Louisville Artisans Guild, P.O. Box 7172, Louisville, Ky. 40202. Deadline: No announced date.

Oxford Academic Programs – this is a summer educational opportunity for students interested in studying overseas in order to discover a new culture, learn to live independently, and push themselves intellectually in new areas and among equally inspired peers. Opportunities are available to study in England at Oxford and Cambridge, in France at Paris and Montpellier, and in Spain at Barcelona. Most opportunities occur in July and the first few days of August. There is an all inclusive fee of $6995. Applications are available in the Manual College Career Center. There are no minimum qualifications other than ability to pay and there a is limited to the number of students that can be accepted. Selection is based on the information indicated in the application. Deadline: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until all programs are full.

PPG Industries Foundation Community Scholarship Program – this is a scholarship opportunity for high school juniors who will be completing high school and entering college in the fall of 2010. The PPG Industries Program will include all eligible juniors who enter the 2010 National Merit Scholarship Program by taking the October 2008 PSAT/NMQT and live in the community. Students eligible to receive this award will be contacted automatically during the fall semester of their senior year with a full application for the award. Deadline: The October PSAT Test during your junior year.

PSI Fund – this is a one week summer program to encourage high school students to pursue careers involved in the care of premature and sick infants while educating them in roles of associated medical professionals, including neonatologists, neonatal nurse practitioners, neonatal intensive care nurses, developmental and speech therapists, and ancillary personnel. Up to four students are selected are will be allowed to shadow the work of a

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