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pharmacy technicians, business administration, early childhood education, paralegal studies, culinary arts, justice and public safety, travel, tourism, and event management, and mocrosoft CISCO certifications. RSVP by clicking on http://sullivan.edu/seniorday/index.asp. Deadline: none announced.

The Sidney B. Williams, Jr. Intellectual Property Law School Scholarship – This scholarship is sponsored by the American Intellectual Property Law Education Foundation and addresses the need to increase the number of the minority intellectual property attorneys and to bring these attorneys to the attention of firms and corporations as candidates for employment. The $10,000 Law Scholarship will be awarded to minority students developing a career in intellectual property law or holding a past or present, full or part-time position in an area related to intellectual property law. Applicants must also have a demonstrated financial need and outstanding academic performance in the undergraduate level and law school level (if applicable). For a full list of APLEF's Sponsoring Organizations please visit www.aiplef.org/donors/. Students may apply online at the Thurgood Marshall College Fund Website

http://www.thurgoodmarshallfund.org/students/unique_scholarships.html. Applications will be available Spring 2009

Thomas More College Public Pledge Scholarship and Access Grants – this is a scholarship opportunity to attend Thomas More College in Northern Kentucky that guarantees at least $7,000 per year for up to $28,000 over four years for students who graduate from a public high school. The Access Grant provides opportunities for need based scholarships for students with an expected family contribution under $7,000 per year and is good for amounts up to $3,000 per year. Call Thomas More College at 859-344-3319 for more information. Deadline: No announced deadline to apply.

Thurgood Marshall College Fund Emergency Scholarship Program - As we are experiencing the pressures of a declining economy, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund is committed to alleviating some of the financial burdens so many students are facing as they are working to achieve a college education. With that in mind, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund has established a new Emergency Scholarship Program for students who are confronted with an unmet financial need that if not met could mean they are unable to complete the school year. This emergency scholarship will provide assistance to two kinds of students: A student who has exhausted all their sources of financial aid, both federal and private, and still have an outstanding account balance. For a student who is confronted with an unforeseen personal crisis that has caused them to become unable to meet their college financial obligation (such as the death of an immediate family member, a natural disaster, pending eviction, burglary, or fire), TMCF will fund up to $250 to students who are seeking an emergency scholarship and who fall within one of the categories indicated above. All students applying for this emergency scholarship must meet the following general eligibility criteria: Students must be attending one of the 47 TMCF member institutions .Students must be enrolled full-time. Students must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Students may apply online at the Thurgood Marshall College Fund Website: http://www.thurgoodmarshallfund.org/students/unique_scholarships.html Deadline: No announced dates.

United Parcel Service Metropolitan College and Earn & Learn Programs – Metropolitan College offers 100% tuition coverage for classes passed with a “C” or better. Students are required to work 3rd shift at UPS and attend either the University of Louisville or Jefferson Community Technical College. Students are also reimbursed a small amount for books and software. In the Earn & Learn Program students receive up to $3000 annually for tuition reimbursement and may work any UPS shift while attending approved schools in the Louisville and Southern Indiana. A smaller reimbursement for books and software is also given. In addition to the above, students earn $8.50 per hour at UPS with a $1.00 raise after 90 days and full insurance benefits after one year of employment. Contact Lee Nelson at 359-1896 or online at lamoody@ups.com. Deadline: No announced date.

University of Kentucky College of Engineering Annual Engineers Day Open House and Scholarship Opportunity – this event is scheduled for Saturday February 21, 2009 and is for any student interested in

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