Scholarship Program Administrators

The Ventures Scholars Program is collaborating with Scholarship Program Administrators to help Ventures Scholars learn about and apply for scholarship opportunities.

Scholarship Program Adminstrators is proud to announce the following scholarship opportunites. You will need access codes for the applications. Go to the click here button and the access codes are inserted within the body of the text.

Directions

1. Go to the links to applications and complete the necessary information. COMPLETE THE APPLICATION PRIOR TO THE DEADLINE!

--2007 Sam Walton Community Scholarship
--Ronald McDonald House Charities Scholarship
--NFIB Young Entrepreneur Award
--Discover ® Card Tribute Award ® Scholarship Program


2. Notify the Ventures Scholars Program by completing the VSP inquiry form. Click on form and insert your username and password. Scroll to the end of the VSP inquiry form. Click the appropriate link(s) to let us know which scholarship applications you will be submitting to Scholarship Program Administrators.

VSP Inquiry Form


2007 Sam Walton COMMUNITY Scholarship

Synopsis
: Scholarship application is for SENIORS. Applicant must have a cumulative high school grade point average of at least 2.5, and have taken either the ACT or SAT tests. Applicants may apply once for the COMMUNITY Scholarship using the store number from their local Sam’s Club or Wal-Mart store.

Application Deadline: January 12, 2007

Click here
for instructions and application information.


Ronald McDonald House Charities Scholarship

Synopsis
: Ronald McDonald House Charities National Scholarships are open to high school SENIORS only who are eligible to attend a two- or four-year college with a full course of study. Applicants must also reside within the geographic boundaries of a participating Chapter that offers scholarship under the RMHC National Scholarship Program.

Application Deadline
: February 15, 2007

Click here for instructions and application information.


NFIB Young Entrepreneur Award

Synopsis: The fifth annual scholarship program for high-school SENIORS is designed to set teen small-business owners on the path to entrepreneurship. Award recipients attend the university, college, community college or vocational/technical institute of their choice with $1,000 in tuition assistance from the NFIB Young Entrepreneur Foundation. One outstanding student receives a $10,000 award, and four regional winners receive $5,000 each. The 2007 program will also grant one renewable award in each of five regions across the country.

Application Deadline: February 12, 2007

Click here for instructions and application information.


Discover ® Card Tribute Award ® Scholarship Program

Synopsis: Are you a high school JUNIOR looking for a scholarship that honors the all-around accomplishments of juniors in their community as well as at school, does not consider test scores or financial need, provides up to ten $25,000 grand scholarships and up to 300 $2,500 scholarships, and allows its winners to use their scholarship for any type of post-secondary education or training in any certified training program, trade and technical school, community college, two or four-year college or university they choose?

Application Deadline: January 31, 2007

Click here for instructions and application information.

 




 

 
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