The Brothers Karamazov, film, investment and entrepreneurship, life sciences, literature, policy debate and public speaking, pre-law, psychology, theology, and voice. The seminars are one week sessions on the topics of global issues, Latino Community Leadership, and African American Scholars. The seminars are free of charge is selected, however the cost of the Summer Scholars Program is $2500. There is limited financial aid. Applications are competitive. Seminars are for rising seniors and Summer Scholars must be at least 16 years old. To apply go online to www.precollege.nd.edu for forms, applications and more information. Deadline to submit all materials is March 1, 2009.
Rachel Caroline Baker Memorial Fund – provides $1,000 scholarships for post-secondary academic study for young women. The student must be a graduating senior female athlete from duPont Manual High School with preference given to a member of the field hockey team. Applicants must demonstrate positive attributes of sportsmanship, extra-curricular involvement, academic excellence (3.) GPA minimum) and be prepared to enter college in the fall semester following graduation. Financial need will be considered, but not a pre-requisite. Contact DuPont Manual High School Counseling Office. Deadline: March 1, 2009.
Terrill Scholarship Fund – these scholarships are available to high school seniors that are survivors of a brain injury or have a parent or sibling with a brain injury. It is a one time non-renewable scholarship determined by the amount of available funds. Students should have a minimum 2.8 GPA. Fill out the application materials available in the College Career Room and collect supporting materials. Deadline: March 1, 2009 for counselor requests and March 15, 2009 for postmark of all materials.
Thaddeus Colson & Isabelle Saalwaechter Fitzpatrick Memorial Scholarship Fund – $2000 maximum annual awards for female Kentucky residents who are undergraduate students including freshmen, attending full-time at Eastern Kentucky University, Kentucky State University, Morehead State University, Murrat State University, Northern Kentucky University, the University of Kentucky, the University of Louisville, or Western Kentucky University majoring in an environmentally relat4ed program in agriculture, biology, horticulture, environmental studies, environmental engineering, etc. Students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA, demonstrate financial need, and demonstrate a commitment to the environment. Nonrenewable. Contact http://www.cflouiville.org. Deadline: March 1, 2009
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States VFW Scout of the Year Scholarship – this is a $5,000 scholarship for a student at least 15 years old that achieved the Boy Scout Eagle Award, the Venture Scout Silver Award, or the Sea Scout Quartermaster Award. Students must be active in their scouting organization, demonstrate practical citizenship in school, scouting, and the community, and must submit their application to a local VFW post. Fill out the application materials located in the College Career Room or go online to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Website for more information. Deadline to submit all materials to a local VFW Post is March 1, 2009.
Butler University Vista Contest in the Media Arts – this is a competition and opportunity for students with an intense interest in video and songwriting to showcase your original creative work and be evaluated by recording industry and media executives, studio owners, recording artists, television personalities, producers, and teachers. Ten finalists will be selected to attend a day of workshops, studio tours, and an awards banquet where you may receive a $750 cash prize and gift certificates to Best Buy, Sweetwater Music Instruments, or Pro Audio. Entries are evaluated on creativity and content regardless of the equipment used. Enter now by going online at http://www.butler.edu/vista/. The workshop and awards banquet is held at Butler University on May 2, 2009. Deadline for submissions in March 2, 2009.
Center for Creative Youth Summer Arts Residency at Wesleyan University in Hartford, Conn. – this is an intensive 5 week program for talented high school students in the fields of creative writing, dance, filmmaking, instrumental music, vocal music, musical theater, photography, theater, technical theater, and the visual arts. Similar to the Kentucky Governor’s School for the Arts – this is a nationally competitive program that requires audition and a fee of $4100 to attend. There is financial aid available. Fill out the application materials located