Scholarships & Awards


The following is a list of scholarships/awards and the month of their deadline.  It is important to look ahead in the coming months so that students aren't working last minute on scholarships. I highly recommend that students are working on scholarships 1-2 or even 3 months in advance, depending on how much work is needed to complete the application. I try my best to include application links or attach the app to the bottom of this page.

Susan Thompson Buffet, ACE, NSCS Advantage & Collegebound Nebraska Scholarship Info.




ONGOING SCHOLARSHIPS/PROGRAMS:

Ongoing: Peru State Bobcat Selfie
Students must follow these steps to qualify to win this $300 scholarship.
 1) Visit Peru State College campus.  2) Tweet a creative "selfie" from your campus visit

Ongoing: EducationQuest Scholarship Search
EducationQuest provides an opportunity for any Nebraska-college bound student to create a profile and then narrow down the scholarships that are available to you.  It will be important for you to check back periodically on your profile as more scholarships may become available.  The list of scholarships are for Nebraska schools only.  Click on the link below and then hit the purple ScholarshipQuest button to begin.  It's all free!! http://www.educationquest.org/scholarshipquest/

Ongoing: Chadron, Peru, or Wayne State Scholarships: 
Nebraska State College System.  Three Colleges. Thousands of Opportunities.  
  • Board of Trustees' Scholarship -  Full Tuition (worth more than $15,400) Deadline:  January 15, 2015. ACT score at least 25; Enroll as full-time college student at Chadron, Peru or Wayne State in the fall of 2015; Resident of Nebraska
  • Governor's Opportunity Award - Half-Tuition (worth more than $7.700) Deadline: December 1, 2014. ACT score between 21-24. Enroll as full time college student at Chadron, Peru or Wayne State in the fall of 2015; Resident of Nebraska
  • NSCS Advantage Program- Must attend a state college (Peru State, Wayne State, or Chadron State). No application necessary for scholarships. Awards are automatic if eligible if there is a gap in coverage of tuition. Must be a NE resident. Federal Pell Grant recipient. For incoming, new college freshmen. Must be enrolled in at least 12 or more on-campus credit hours. Not to be used for fees. More Information can be found at http://www.nscs.edu
    • Individual State College sites:
      • Wayne State: www.wsc.edu/scholarships
      •  Chadron State: www.csc.edu/scholarships
      • Peru State: www.peru.edu/scholarships

LANDMARK IMPLEMENT, INC SCHOLARSHIP for the JOHN DEERE AG TECH PROGRAM at SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE-Milford NE – This scholarship will be awarded to qualifying students interested in pursuing a career with John Deere. This scholarship is equivalent to the cost of tuition and books, paid over a 3 year period. SCC’s John Deere Tech program is a cooperative effort between John Deere Co., the John Deere Dealership Network and SCC. It is designed to be completed in seven quarters (21 months). Students are on campus participating in lecture/lab courses during five of the seven quarters. The other two quarters involve a unique opportunity for students to demonstrate the knowledge they have learned on campus at their sponsoring John Deere dealership. During these Cooperative Education Experiences, students are paid, helping offset the costs of college. The program is fully accredited by the state of Nebraska and by the North Central Associaton of Colleges and Schools. For more information go to www.southeast.edu/johndeeretech/ or interested students can contact Jim Fastenau of LandMark Implement, Inc. for more information. Cell: 308-991-0552 or jimfastenau@landmarkimp.com. Every February SCC-Milford has an open house for their John Deere Ag Tech Program, it’s a great way for students to gain a good understanding of this in demand career opportunity. TRUCK CENTER COMPANIES SCHOLARSHIP - Truck Center Companies (TCC) offers scholarship opportunities to individuals enrolled in an accredited diesel technology program. The program is designed to strengthen student learning and enhance professional development. Selected individuals will be awarded up to $10,000 through this program. The first year, $1,500 will be paid directly to the the diesel technology program; the second year, $3,500 will be paid directly to the diesel technology program. Students who successfully complete their diesel technology program receive a hiring bonus of $1,000 when they begin full-time employment with Truck Center Companies. Students receive the remaining $4,000 in equal monthly installments their first year of employment. More information and applications are available at www.dieseltechs.com/scholarships.html. All applications must be received two months before the accredited diesel program begins. Community Colleges with accredited Diesel Programs include: Metropolitan Community College-Omaha NE; Southeast Community College-Milford NE;Central Community College-Hastings NE; Northeast Community College-Norfolk NE; Iowa Western Community College-Council Bluffs IA; Salina Area Technical College-Salina KS; North Central Kansas Technical College-Beloit KS. Private Technical Colleges with accredited Diesel Programs include: Wyo-Tech-Laramie WY; Universal Technician Institutes in: Avondale AZ, Lisle IL, Dallas TX and Huston TX.

                NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS/PROGRAMS:

STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS.org - Check out the following scholarships available and many more. Go to https://www.studentscholarships.org/  

1) Review It Scholarship - $1,000 1 Award 

To be eligible for the scholarship a student must:

A) Be attending college or university no later than September of 2017.

B) Have achieved a GPA of 2.5 or greater during their last academic year.

Applications can be found by going to:

https://www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship/13677/review_it_scholarship_scholarship.php

2)  Caption Scholarship - $500 1 Award 

To be eligible for the scholarship a student must:

A) Be attending college/university no later than the fall of 2017.

B) Have a GPA of 2.5 or greater and be a resident of the United States.

Applications can be found by going to:

https://www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship/13572/odenza_caption_scholarship_scholarship.php


3)  10 Words or Less Scholarship - $500 1 Award 

To be eligible for the scholarship a student must:

A) Anyone who is between the ages of 14-25 who will be attending school in the Fall of 2016.

B) High School students who are enrolled by September 2016 are considered eligible.

Applications can be found by going to:

https://www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship/10258/10_words_or_less_scholarship_scholarship.php 

4) Points Scholarships - $10,000 10 Awards

To be eligible for the scholarship a student must:

A) At least 13 years old and enrolled or will enroll in a college or university in the US.

B) A legal resident of the U.S. or Puerto Rico.

Applications can be found by going to:

https://www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship/13776/points_scholarships_scholarship.php 


 Varsity Tutors holds a monthly $1,000 college scholarship contest where students must write an essay in response to a monthly prompt. Entries are reviewed by Varsity Tutors at the end of the month and one winner is subsequently chosen to receive the $1,000 college scholarship each month. Interested students can enter the contest here: http://www.varsitytutors.com/college-scholarship



SCHOLARSHIPS ARE LISTED BY DUE DATE MONTH:
Primarily State/Local Scholarships    

NOVEMBER:

CHADRON STATE COLLEGE offers the R.H.O.P. – Rural Health Opportunities Program - RHOP is a cooperative program between Chadron State College and the University of NE Medical Center.  The purpose of the program is to recruit and educate traditional students from rural Nebraska who will return to practice in rural areas of the state. Upon selection, RHOP participants receive 1) RHOP Tuition Waiver for a maximum of 16 credit hours per semester for the years they attend Chadron State College; 2) early acceptance to UNMC as they begin the pre-professional curriculum at CSC; 3) follow a special curriculum at CSC which will prepare them for the professional school at UNMC. The specific programs offered are:  Dental Hygiene, Nursing, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, Clinical Laboratory Science, Dentistry, Medicine, Pharmacy, and Radiography. Chadron’s is an online application only: www.csc.edu/sci/healthprofessions. Stop into my office to look into this program. The application deadline for all programs is November 15th. You can apply for the RHOP program at ONLY one of the state colleges, Chadron, Peru or Wayne.


CHADRON STATE COLLEGE RLOP - Rural Law Opportunities Program - RLOP is a cooperative program between Chadron State College and the University of Nebraska Lincoln College of Law. They are seeking students from rural schools who are interested in pursuing a legal career. You must be from a rural town, have applied to Chadron State, demonstrate strong academic potential, commit to serving rural communities after graduation. Please see Mrs. Rieker for more information on this scholarship opportunity. Deadline is November 15.

HAGAN SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION was established to provide scholarships to high achieving students in need of financial assistance in order to attend college.  Students will graduate from a public high school located in an eligible state and in a county having fewer than 50,000 residents.  Applicant must be from one of the following approved states: Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska or Oklahoma; Must have attended an Eligible High School as a junior and senior; Must be a student in the 2016 high school graduating class; Must have at least a 3.50 GPA; Must have a 23 or higher composite score on the ACT; Must enroll in a four year college the first semester after high school; Must work 240 hours in the twelve months prior to the start of each academic year of college; Must complete the FAFSA in 2018 and provide a copy of the FAFSA Student Aid Report; FAFSA Expected Family Contribution (EFC) must be less than $6,500; Must apply for eligible Federal and State grants; & Must not have been convicted of a felony.  The dollar amount of each Hagan Scholarship will vary up to $48,000 over 4 years. Each scholarship is renewable for up to seven additional consecutive semesters, if the recipient fulfills the renewal criteria. Information is available in my office or on their website at www.hsfmo.org for additional information and application. Scholarship is due by November 15, 2018.

ELKS MOST VALUABLE STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM -

  • Over 500 awards provided at the national level.  

  • Lodge #2250 provides 6 awards to applications forwarded to national level.

Applications are available on Sept. 1st. Applications must be submitted online by November 15th

For more details and access to the application, visit

enf.elks.org/mvs


DECEMBER: 



JANUARY:

TWIN VALLEYS PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT offers the 2019 PHIL YOUNG SCHOLARSHIP – Twin Valleys Public Power District will award one $3,000 scholarship to a high school graduate that has applied to Northeast Community College in Norfolk to begin a two-year utility line program of study; beginning the next school year.  Applicant must reside within the service territory of Twin Valleys Public Power District, which includes all of Furnas and Harlan counties, the Villages of Bartley and Atlanta, and other areas in Twin Valleys PPD service area in Phelps county served by Southern Power District. Student will submit a personal essay, not to exceed 350 words, telling why they are interested in the Utility Line Program of study.   Applications are available in the Guidance Office and should be mailed by January 1, 2019.

NERBASKA ELKS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM -

  • Various Nebraska Elks Association scholarships can be found on the link below

Application can be found at:

http://www.nebraskaelks.org/scholarships.html

Applications are due on various dates in January



FEBRUARY:

ELKS LEGACY AWARDS -

  • 300 - $4000 scholarships for children and grandchildren of Elks members.

Applications are available on Sept. 1st

Applications must be submitted online by February 1st

For more details and access to the application, visit: http://www.elks.org/scholars/scholarweb/legacy/rules.cfm

GARY MONTER SCHOLARSHIP -

There is a $500 scholarship available this year for an Elwood senior from the Gary Monter Memorial Scholarship fund. Deadline for application and materials is February 1st  

Students may apply at the following link by selecting the 'Senior Scholarship Application':

The High School NEBRASKA PRESS ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP -

is for Journalism students. They are offering $2000 scholarships (number of scholarships to be determined based on monies available) for the 2016-2017 school year to qualified graduates of Nebraska high schools enrolled or planning to enroll in Nebraska colleges and universities in a post-secondary education program leading to careers in print journalism.  Enrollment must be on a full-time basis. The recipient must use the scholarship and enroll no later than the third semester after the awarding of the scholarship. Preference in awarding the scholarships will be given to students with a specific interest in news, editorial, photography, circulation, production, or advertising careers on weekly, semi-weekly, or daily newspapers.  Selection will be based on scholastic ability and good citizenship in school and community. The application is available on their website,www.nebpress.com or in the Guidance Office.  Completed applications must be postmarked no later than February 4, 2019.

PHELPS COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS -

The Phelps County Community Foundation’s scholarship applications are now available at www.phelpsfoundation.org. The application deadline is February 15, 2019.




MARCH:

The CENTRAL NEBRASKA SENIOR GOLF ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP: THE CNSGA Board has voted to continue the Central Nebraska Senior Golf Association scholarships from $500 to $1000.  These golf scholarships are awarded annually to high school seniors in our district who excelled in the game of golf.  The CNSGA region extends from York to Sutherland and from the Kansas to South Dakota borders. Attached are the materials for copying and distributing to your seniors who excelled in the game of golf. The attached materials include: Golf Applicant Information Letter, Golf Scholarship Application form, and the CNSGA Player’s Scoring Guide. Deadline for receiving applications will be March 1.  Any applications postmarked after this date will not be considered.  Announcement of winners will come shortly after our scholarship committee spring meeting late March. Please be sure all applicants mail to the address below the Golf Scholarship Application, the CNSGA Player’s Scoring Guide, two letters of recommendation, and a personal photo in the SAME mailing.  Please advise your applicants that sending information by Certified Mail is not necessary. Just be sure it is postmarked by March 1. Upon receiving the application, the applicant will receive an immediate email from CNSGA acknowledging that they have received their application.

Application and scoring guide are attached below - they are also in the counselor’s office.


DAWSON PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT offers one, $1,500 scholarship to an individual interested in pursuing a career in utility line. The deadline for this year’s scholarship is March 15, 2019. Applicants should be enrolled in an accredited utility line program. They also need to reside within Dawson PPD’s territory or one of the following towns: Amherst,Brady, Cozad, Eddyville, ElmCreek, Elwood, Eustis, Farnam, Gibbon, Gothenburg, Hershey, Kearney, Lexington, Maxwell, Miller, North Platte, Odessa, Overton, Pleasanton, Ravenna, Riverdale, Shelton, Smithfield, Sumner.

Applicant shall submit a list of employment/activities and a personal essay telling Dawson PPD why you are interested in studying utility line.

Qualifications and information can also be downloaded from the Dawson PPD website at: 

REPUBLICAN VALLEY PHEASANTS FOREVER EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION: The Republican Valley Pheasants Forever is offering a scholarship in the amount of $200 to a graduating high school senior who is pursuing higher education beyond high school level. The applicant must plan to major in any area of Agriculture, Biological Science, Wildlife Management, Soil Conservation or any area dealing with Wildlife or the Shooting Sports. The scholarship will be announced at the scholarship award time as per the policy in the recipient’s high school. The scholarship awarded will be mailed to the financial aid office of the recipients’ college or university upon proof of successful completion of the first semester of college.

Attach a typewritten essay of 250 words or less explaining, “Why I have chosen the field I am pursuing.”

Attach a typed cover sheet which includes your name, address, telephone number, and the name and address of the college or university you are attending.

** Scholarship details and application are available below and also in the counselor’s office.

Scholarship deadline: March 15, 2019

Mail applications to: Republican Valley Pheasants Forever

% Doug & Deb Breinig

40798 Hwy. 6

Cambridge, NE 69034



DAWSON PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT is offering a STEM scholarship in the amount of $1,500 to a student pursuing a degree in a STEM related field at any accredited college, university, trade school or community college. Applicants shall submit a list of employment/activities, a project sample and an essay.
Qualified applicants may be a graduating high school senior or a currently enrolled college student. Examples of qualified STEM fields are (but not limited to): engineering, geography information systems, physical sciences, accounting, computer programming and telecommunications.
They also need to reside within Dawson PPD’s territory or one of the following towns: Amherst,Brady, Cozad, Eddyville, ElmCreek, Elwood, Eustis, Farnam, Gibbon, Gothenburg, Hershey, Kearney, Lexington, Maxwell, Miller, North Platte, Odessa, Overton, Pleasanton, Ravenna, Riverdale, Shelton, Smithfield, Sumner.
Scholarship deadline is March 15, 2019. Please see Mrs. Rieker for more information.

AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY UNIT 290 SCHOLARSHIP ELWOOD, NEBRASKA -

CRITERIA FOR SELECTION:  Must be a graduating senior from Elwood High School or the daughter or granddaughter or son or grandson of an American Legion Post 290 member, or the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 290 of Elwood. Must have the intention to attend any post high school educational institution. Must maintain the minimum eligibility requirements in said institution and send the Auxiliary Unit 290 a transcript of her/his grades after the first semester in order to receive the second semester scholarship in the amount of $150.00. Must show leadership and citizenship qualities. The recipient of the scholarship will be selected on the basis of her/his responses to the essay questions.  Applications are available in my office, email, & attached to the scholarship listing website. The application must be type written and returned to the Elwood School Counselor. Selection will be based on a blind review by a committee of the American Legion Auxiliary members from the Elwood Auxiliary Unit 290. APPLICATION IS DUE TO GUIDANCE OFFICE BY MARCH 15


AMERICAN LEGION POST UNIT 290 SCHOLARSHIP ELWOOD, NEBRASKA -

CRITERIA FOR SELECTION:  Must be a graduating senior from Elwood High School or the daughter or granddaughter or son or grandson of an American Legion Post 290 member, or the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 290 of Elwood. Must have the intention to attend any post high school educational institution. Must maintain the minimum eligibility requirements in said institution and send the Auxiliary Unit 290 a transcript of her/his grades after the first semester in order to receive the second semester scholarship in the amount of $250.00. Must show leadership and citizenship qualities. The recipient of the scholarship will be selected on the basis of her/his responses to the essay questions.  Applications are available in my office, email, & attached to the scholarship listing website. The application must be type written and returned to the Elwood School Counselor. Selection will be based on a blind review by a committee of the American Legion Auxiliary members from the Elwood Auxiliary Unit 290. APPLICATION IS DUE TO GUIDANCE OFFICE BY MARCH 15


APRIL:

PHELPS-GOSPER LIVESTOCK GROWERS SCHOLARSHIP 2019-

The Phelps-Gosper Livestock Growers group has established one (1) - $1000 scholarship. The scholarship will be awarded to a young man or woman in the process of furthering their education. This scholarship will be good at any university, college, or technical school.

Who is eligible?

  1. The immediate family member of:

    1. a member of the Phelps-Gosper Livestock Grower’s Association (Nebraska Cattlemen)

    2. an employee working for a P-G Livestock Growers member firm.

  2. A high school senior or a graduate with sufficient credits for college entrance or student with grades adequate to continue as a student in undergraduate or graduate studies.


How will the recipient be selected?

  1. A committee will select the winner using suggested weighted values for areas of the applications.

  2. Financial need may be considered.

  3. A student cannot win this scholarship more than one time.


References.

  1. Two (2) references will be required of each applicant using the forms provided.

  2. The references are to be obtained from the following:

    1. Principal or teachers from your previous high school or a professor from college. (Not more than one teacher/professor per application)

    2. Minister from your church.

    3. Community leader

    4. Other

Where to get application blanks.

  • The application blanks may be obtained from Nebraska Extension in Phelps or Gosper counties, the Phelps-Gosper Grower’s Association, or your local high school.

  • Below there is an attachment of this scholarship form.


How will the scholarship be paid?

  • The scholarship amount of $1000 shall be made payable to the recipient of the award and the designated school on or around August 1 of the recognition school year.  The recipient will be publicly recognized.


When are the applications due?

All applications are to be turned in by April 1 to the Nebraska Extension Office in Phelps County.  The winner will be notified by the scholarship committee after the selection is made.



HAVEN & VIRGINIA SMITH SCHOLARSHIP

One scholarship in the amount of $3,000 will be awarded. Applicants must be an Elwood High School senior that must attend a college, university, community college, or trade school located within the state of Nebraska or at the University of Nebraska. The scholarship money can only be used for tuition and books. Alternates will be selected and any funds not used by the original recipients will be awarded to the alternates. Applicants must submit a cover letter of application, resume, two letters for recommendation, and a short paragraph detailing who Haven and Virginia Smith were and a short paragraph on how they plan to use the scholarship money.  Completed applications are to be turned in to the guidance office by April 1st, 2019.



GOSPER COUNTY 4-H COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP:
In 2019, up to four (4) one-year $500 scholarships sponsored by the Gosper County 4-H Council will be awarded to students whose desire is to attain a higher education. This scholarship may be applied at any university, college, or technical school.
The applicant must be a past or present member of  Gosper County 4-H .  Current member will receive preference.
Application forms for the Gosper County 4-H Council Scholarship may be obtained at area high schools or at the Nebraska Extension – Gosper County office.  Application forms may also be available on-line and accessed at:  www.phelps-gosper.unl.edu
A complete scholarship application will contain:
Two page application form
Recommendation list
4-H Career Portfolio (preferred) OR optional three page application form
School transcript
Two recommendation forms – These forms should be sent directly from the recommender to the Extension Office

See the attached submission guide below. Deadline is APRIL 1, 2019
Application forms submitted to: Nebraska Extension – Gosper County, PO Box 146, Elwood, NE  68937



LOWER REPUBLICAN NATURAL RESOURCES DISTRICT POST HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP-

Guidelines:

-Two scholarships worth $1,000 each.

-Scholarships will be paid $500 per semester, second semester payment requires the student complete the first semester with a 2.5 minimum grade point average.

-Applicants must have permanent residence in the Lower Republican NRD (see district map) and plan to major in natural resources related field (i.e. forestry, park management, agronomy, agri-business, etc.)

-Scholarships are available to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd year college students, applicants must attend college in Nebraska and must be registered as full-time.

-Applicant’s essay, grades, class ranking if applicable, extracurricular activities, and letters of recommendation will be considered.

-Applications must be in the LRNRD office in Alma by April 1, 2019.

-Incomplete applications will not be considered.

-The scholarship may be received for 2 years only.

**Applications are located in Mrs. Rieker’s office.



AG VALLEY SCHOLARSHIP-

Ag Valley is offering a scholarship to high school seniors valued at $500. Visit the website  http://www.agvalley.com/fccp-scholarship-16247 to learn more about the scholarship and to download the application. The scholarship is listed on the home page under “Scholarships”. The deadline for applying is April 5, 2019. A copy of the application is also in Mrs. Rieker’s office.

TYSON SCHOLARSHIP:

  1. Applications will be accepted from any graduating high school senior planning to study in an accredited (a) four-year university/college OR (b) two-year college/technical school.


  1. The eligible student must be a child (or step-child) of a Team Member (with a minimum of one year seniority) working at a Tyson Foods plant that is administering the current year’s FM Scholarship Program; an eligible student can ONLY apply for a scholarship at the specific plant where their Team Member parent works, e.g. if the TM parent works in Madison, then, the scholarship application can ONLY be presented for consideration in Madison.


  1. The student must be in the top 50% of his/her graduating Senior Class.


  1. This scholarship will be in the amount designated by the plant and granted on a “one-time” basis.  It is not renewable after the first year of academic study (Fall, Winter, Spring or Summer).


  1. This scholarship is for education-related expenses, e.g. tuition, books, academic fees, student room/board, etc.   Tyson will make the scholarship payment directly to the student-directed College or University. The school will be instructed to divide the scholarship amount one-half (equal) for the Fall (first semester) term, and one-half (equal) for the Winter/Spring term (second semester); one half of the approved monies may be used for the Summer term of the student’s first academic year of study, if not used in the Fall or Winter/Spring terms.


  1. A Selection Committee will make the final decision on award winners.  The Selection Committee will be comprised of the plant HR Manager, a local school official (Principal, Counselor, or Teacher), and a member chosen “at large” from the local community.


  1. All Fresh Meats Scholarship Applications must be received in the plant HR Office by April 5th, 2019.  The Application, to be considered, must include all four pages [and the related or required attachments].   NO EXCEPTIONS!


    **Application posted below.



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