Grants and Scholarships for Students

PMI-EF Scholarships

PMI-EF Scholarships

The PMI Educational Foundation Academic Scholarship Program is designed to financially assist qualified individuals who wish to obtain degrees from accredited academic institutions.

Qualifying degrees may be in project management and project management related programs.

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Student Scholarship Search is a program created by the Edvisors network that provides an organized platform for students to search, investigate and apply for scholarships.

There are thousands upon thousands of of scholarships out there, but a student isn't eligible for all of them, nor wants to scour through pages and pages of results. We have a simplified and efficient approach to scholarship searching, and we can appropriately target scholarships for students through our large database and academic networks.

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About Fastweb

Fastweb is the premier online resource for paying and preparing for college.

Since 1995, we have excelled in providing students with the resources to realize their educational pursuits, from the time they begin their college search in high school, to the day they land their first job after graduation.

How does Fastweb work?

Fastweb members are matched to relevant scholarship opportunities completely free of charge. With roughly 1.5 million scholarships worth more than $3.4 billion, there are scholarships for every student's educational goals, activities and interests.

Additionally, Fastweb members can depend on us for insider financial aid tips, advice on high school and college life, as well as job and internship matches in their area.

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San Antonio Junior Forum

The first annual San Antonio Junior Forum Scholarship fund was established in 1972. Each year, graduating seniors from Bexar County High Schools, are given the opportunity to apply for SAJF scholarships through the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation's Bexar County Scholarship Clearing House. San Antonio Junior Forum has awarded more than $200,000.00 to students who we feel are outstanding examples of intelligent, motivated and caring individuals.

San Antonio Junior Forum offers a minimum of three scholarships annually (A - C listed below). Other scholarships may be offered to graduating seniors if funds are available. SAJF will offer the following scholarships for seniors graduating during their 2012-2013 school year. The scholarship will fund the recipients' 2013-2014 school year.

  1. One (1) San Antonio Junior Forum Margaret Hudson Scholarship of $8000 is awarded every four years, apportioned at $2000 per year, to a graduating senior planning on attending an accredited college/university in Texas
  2. One (1) San Antonio Junior Forum Memorial Scholarship of $2000 is awarded each year to a graduating senior planning on attending an accredited college/university in the USA
  3. One (1) San Antonio Junior Forum Presidential Scholarship of $2000 is awarded each year to a graduating senior planning on attending an accredited college/university in Texas
  4. One (1) San Antonio Junior Forum Presidential Scholarship for Special Needs Students of $2000 may be awarded each year to a graduating senior planning on pursuing post secondary education after graduation in the USA
  5. One (1) San Antonio Junior Forum Dr. Bruce Mather Scholarship of $2,000 may be awarded each year to a graduating senior planning on studying math, science, or engineering at an accredited college/university in the USA

San Antonio Area Foundation: Apply for Scholarships

San Antonio Area Foundation

Achieve your educational dreams with the help of scholarship funding made available by generous donors.

Thanks to the vision and generosity of our fundholders, the San Antonio Area Foundation has more than 90 scholarship funds available for graduating high school students and current college students.

Each fund has its own criteria and application, based on the donor's interest. Some scholarships fund a student's education in a specific area of study, like health care or engineering. Other funds help students attend a donor's alma mater or award scholarships to students from a specific high school.

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Margaret McNamara Educational Grants

Margaret McNamara

Award Amount: $15,000

Number of Awards: 2

Deadline:Applications are accepted between September 15 - January 15.

Winner Announcement: Not known

Brief Description: The Margaret McNamara Educational Grants (MEG) provides grants to women from developing countries to help further their education and strengthen their leadership skills to improve the lives of women and children in developing countries. Education grants are awarded to women from developing and middle-income countries who, upon obtainment of their degree, intend to return to or remain in their countries, or other developing countries.

Dell Scholars Program

How to Apply

Completing the online application is the first step to becoming a Dell Scholar. Once submitted, all applications will be assessed, and a group of Dell Scholar Semifinalists will be selected. Semifinalists are asked to submit a current copy of their high school transcript, a complete Student Aid Report (SAR) from their FAFSA, and an online recommendation. After the semifinalist information is submitted, all information is reviewed by an independent selection committee.

Important dates

  • November 1, 2016 - Application opens
  • January 15, 2017 - Application deadline
  • February 1, 2017 - Semifinalists announced
  • March 10, 2017 - Semifinalist materials deadline
  • April 10, 2017 - Dell Scholars announced

P. Buckley Moss Endowed Scholarship for High School Seniors

P. Buckley Moss Foundation

Type: Scholarship

Amount: Up to $1,000.00

Scholarship(s) up-to $1,000.00 will be awarded to one or more high school seniors with financial need, a certified language-related learning difference, and artistic talent who plan a career in visual arts. Scholarships are potentially renewable for up to three additional years for a 4-year college. Students should be taking art classes during each semester.

In keeping with the goals of renowned artist P. Buckley Moss, who struggled with dyslexia during her school years, this scholarship represents her dedication to young people who have learning disabilities and are aspiring towards a career in the visual arts.

Trinity University Scholarship and Grant Opportunities

Trinity University is proud to offer merit-based scholarships and grants to students who demonstrate a keen interest or talent in the sciences, art, theater, music, and those who wish to explore their Christian faith.

St. Mary's University Scholarship Resources

St. Mary's University

These scholarships are awarded based on specific criteria and have unique requirements. They may or may not be renewable. Check with the Office of Financial Assistance for more details.

The St. Louis Scholars Award is a full-tuition scholarship for four years (eight semesters) of full-time, undergraduate study. It is awarded to four undergraduate students, one from each of the Marianist high schools in St. Louis and Omaha, and up to four additional awards to students from other Catholic high school in those areas.

The Alumni Scholarship is added to an existing academic award to equal a full-tuition scholarship each year. Receipt of a recommendation from an alumnus is strongly encouraged and given significant weight. Students are considered once the alumni recommendation is received.

If you plan on entering the Bill Greehey School of Business and meet the academic requirements, you are invited to apply for the Greehey Scholars Program. The highly competitive program guarantees funding for tuition, room, board, and books.

The Honors Program is open to top applicants by invitation from the Office of Admission.

Funded by the Marianist Trust, the Marianist Leadership Program provides $3,500 per year to students selected for the program. MLP students are committed to educational and experiential opportunities focused on faith and leadership.

Other awards are available based on achievement or specific talents. St. Mary's competes in NCAA Division II athletics; scholarships are available in 11 sports. Music talent awards are available to music majors and minors. Generous Army ROTC scholarships are available in two-, three- and four-year terms.

Research and apply for additional scholarships outside those offered by St. Mary's. Check with your hometown, church, school or other private funding sources to find additional funds.

UIW Scholarship Resources

  • River Cohen College Scholarship - Open to high school students graduating this calendar year and have been accepted into a college, university, trade school, or design school; or students currently enrolled in a college, university, trade school, or design school. Deadline November 30, 2017.
  • Scholarship - Open to enrolled students or entering high school seniors. Deadline December 1, 2017.

    Texas A&M San Antonio Scholarships

    Texas A&M University-San Antonio offers a variety of scholarships for students who show academic excellence and leadership ability. Scholarships can be state funded, university funded, university endowed, or privately funded. All students are encouraged to apply for institutional and external scholarships.

    UTSA Scholarships

    UTSA Scholarships

    UTSA has three types of scholarships:

    • General Scholarships: Are awarded through the Office of Student Financial Aid & Enrollment Services. First-time freshman and new transfer students MUST apply for general scholarships Continuing undergraduate and graduate students must apply using the General Scholarship Application, located on ASAP. The General Scholarship Application deadline for Freshman on ApplyTexas is December 1st of each year, and February 15th for Transfer and Continuing students. Students are encouraged to apply for admissions and complete the FAFSA by March 15th. Only students who have been admitted to UTSA by this date will be considered for a scholarship. A list of all General Scholarships and the criteria for each scholarship is listed at
    • Departmental Scholarships: The various departments/colleges on campus have their own General Application (College of Business/Liberal & Fine Arts, etc.) A list of all departmental scholarships and the criteria for each scholarship is listed on Most departments have a February 15th deadline, but there are others with varying deadlines. Contact your college or department for details and application procedures.
    • Miscellaneous Scholarships: These scholarships are from donors outside of UTSA. Students get applications from these outside sources throughout the year. Some of these are from web searches, local organizations, etc. The Student Financial Aid & Enrollment Services Center displays outside scholarship applications on a rack in the area near the computers in the hall way near the front of the entrance to the Enrollment Services Counter. These are continually updated. Students are encouraged to come by at least once a month and browse through these applications to see if they meet the eligibility requirements.

    Alamo Community Colleges District Scholarship Opportunity

    • The Alamo Colleges Foundation offers many different scholarships. Tip: Complete and answer all questions to allow us to consider you for every scholarship for which you may be eligible.

    NSF Research Assistantships for High School Students (RAHSS)


    NSF celebrates the progress that U.S. universities have made in bringing diversity to the science and engineering enterprise. Strategies to successfully broaden participation during pre-college years will help ensure a diverse pool of future students, faculty and researchers. As a part of a new or renewal NSF proposal or as a supplemental funding request to an existing NSF Award, the Directorate for Biological Sciences (BIO) will consider requests that:

    • Foster interest in the pursuit of studies in the Biological Sciences; and
    • Broaden participation of high school students, particularly those who are underrepresented minorities, persons with disabilities, and women in sub-disciplines where they are underrepresented.

    For further details, see Dear Colleague Letter: NSF 12-078

    NIH High School Scientific Training and Enrichment Program (HISTEP) Grant

    The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Intramural Training & Education and Office of Scientific Workforce Diversity are proud to host the High School Scientific Training and Enrichment Program (HiSTEP). The goal of HiSTEP is to expand the pipeline of students interested in biomedical and healthcare careers by providing opportunities for high school students from schools with a large population of financially-disadvantaged students. We encourage current high school juniors interested in STEM-M (science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medically-related) fields to apply.

    HiSTEP students will take part in a six-week, full-time summer internship located on the main NIH campus in Bethesda, MD from June 27th to August 10th, 2017. HiSTEP students will explore the breadth of the scientific enterprise, the importance of biomedical research, and many STEM-M careers. They will complete workshops, lectures, and hands-on activities. Students will receive Transhare benefits to cover the cost of public transportation and a stipend determined by their education level completed prior to starting at the NIH.

    NIH Research Training Programs for High School Students


    The programs listed below are designed to stimulate interest in research and to encourage high school students to consider majoring in science at the undergraduate level. The programs reflect the Institute's longstanding commitment to research training and career development for young people. These positions can start a student on a career track leading to an M.D., Ph.D., or other equivalent degree.

    For high school students, the NHLBI provides a research training program that supports summer positions at the Institute.

    For high school students, the NHLBI also offers a program that supports the participation of students with disabilities and/or from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups in research projects at U.S. institutions during the summer or academic year, or a combination of summer and academic year.



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