Brandywine High School College & Career Center

  • Brandywine Valley Quilters Guild 2023 Scholarship

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  • Nurse Scholarships

    Great Scholarships for Future Nurses

    The Top Scholarships Ecxlusively for Nursing Students with Upcoming Deadlines.

    https://bold.org/scholarships/by-major/nursing-scholarships/

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  • Beau Biden Memorial Scholarship 2023

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  • Delaware School Counselor Association Scholarship

    The Delaware School Counselor Association is awarding 3 $1000 scholarships to Delaware seniors who will be attending a two- or four-year college/university, or a certified trade school/apprenticeship in the 2023-24 school year. Scholarship deadline is 3/17/23. 

     

    http://www.mydsca.org/high-school-scholarship-opportunity.html

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  • Minerva Marrero Hispanic Scholarship Program

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  • DEXSTA Scholarship Program

    SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY

    All applicants must be a high school senior and a member of DEXSTA Federal Credit Union.

    Not a member? Anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers or attends school in New Castle or Kent County, Delaware or Cecil County, Maryland is eligible for membership. Open your account today!

    AWARD

    THREE winners will be selected to receive A $1,000 scholarship.

    2023 ESSAY TOPIC

    If you had unlimited resources, what is the one thing you would do to change or improve your local community? Why?

    SUBMISSION PROCESS

    1. Complete the Scholarship Application.
    2. Complete your essay on the assigned topic in a Word document or PDF format.
    3. Email your completed application and essay to marketing@dexsta.com on or before February 20, 2023.

    If you have any questions, please email marketing@dexsta.com.

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  • Delaware Association of Educational Office Professionals

    https://sites.google.com/view/daeop/awardsscholarships

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  • Christophers Poster Contest for High School Students

    Scholarship Value: $1,000
    Awards Available: 8
    Award Deadline: Feb 16, 2023
     

     

    Convinced of the profound ability of each person to shape the future, Father James Keller, M.M., founded The Christophers in 1945. The Maryknoll priest believed that God has given each individual a special task in life which belongs to no one else. 

    A nonprofit organization founded in 1945, The Christophers uses the media to spread two basic ideas: There's nobody like you, and you can make a difference. This message, based on the concept of service to God and all humanity, is addressed to people of all faiths and of no particular faith. The Christopher motto is: "It's better to light one candle than to curse the darkness."

    Eligibility

    High school students (Only students living in United States are eligible to enter) in grades 9 through 12 are invited to enter our 33rd Annual Poster Contest for High School Students by creating a poster interpreting the theme "You Can Make a Difference".

    PRIZES:

    • First Prize - $1,000
    • Second Prize - $500
    • Third Prize - $250
    • Up to five Honorable Mentions of $100 each

    HOW TO APPLY:

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  • Haworth Diversity Scholarship

    Scholarship Value: $2,000
    Awards Available: 5
    Award Deadline: Feb 14, 2023
     

     

    Awarded to a minority. As an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, Haworth defines a minority group as the following:

    • American Indian or Alaskan Native
    • Asian
    • Black or African American
    • Hispanic/Latino
    • Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
    • Two or More Races

    The Diversity Scholarship award is in the amount of $2,000* in addition to the opportunity for a 12-week paid work experience or internship (40 hours/week).

    Eligibility

    1. Applicant must be a member of one of the listed minority groups.
    2. Applicant must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate college or university, with a sophomore, junior, or senior status by Fall 2023.
    3. Applicant must have a current cumulative U.S. GPA of 2.95 or greater or Canadian equivalent of 73-76.99% or greater.
    4. Applicants must submit a resume with their application.
    5. Applicant must be available for a 12-week work experience as a summer student or intern (40 hours/week) beginning in May 2023 until August 2023 at Haworth Headquarters in Holland, MI.
    6. A stipend is available to assist with summer housing for those who are eligible and live more than 80 miles away from Haworth Headquarters in Holland, MI.
    7. Major area of study must be supported by one of Haworth's core business functions: Business, Design, Engineering, Finance, Human Resources, IT, Manufacturing, Marketing, Sales, or Supply Chain.
    8. Upon successful award of scholarship, a member of the Haworth Staffing & Diversity team will conduct an alignment meeting with the scholarship recipient to identify best potential department placement for the 12-week paid work experience or internship.
    9. The offer of employment is contingent upon satisfactory results of a criminal background check, and the terms and conditions stated in our employment application. Additionally, the selected applicant may be required to complete a job-related medical exam. Haworth is an at-will employer.
    10. A previous Haworth Scholarship recipient for this category is not eligible for a second time.

    Application Requirements

    All applications for the Haworth Scholarship Program must include the following information:

    • List of Volunteer Activity, Employment, and School Extra-Curricular Activity
    • Response to the following essay question (Do not include your name anywhere on the document):
      • “Describe a family, social or school situation, in which your leadership made a difference. What was your role, what steps did you take, and what did you accomplish and learn?”
    • Academic Transcripts from most recent semester
    • Resume 

    HOW TO APPLY:

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  • Athletics Scholarship

    Athletics Scholarship

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