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The Pat Sullivan Scholarship awards $1000.00.  Students are chosen by the administration of Hereford High School.  This scholarship is in honor of the former HHS teacher and WTAMU professor.

 

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# ESTIMATED MONTH DUE Scholarship Name Description Application
1 JUNE Automotive Hall of Fame Scholarship,
for seniors, undergraduates, trade school students
For students pursuing an automotive career. All of the scholarships are based on financial need. Click here for the application
2 JUNE Great Clips Alice Madden Barton Cosmetology Scholarship,
for any student enrolled in a cosmetology program
Career in cosmetology or barbering Click here for the application
3 JUNE Lift Parts Express Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Essay required and 3.0 gpa. Click here for the application
4 JUNE Walmart Associate Scholarship, May session
for seniors and undergraduates
Qualified Walmart associates and their high school senior dependents. Must be employed at Walmart for 6 months. Based on financial need and community involvement. Click here for the application
5 JUNE Got a Spine Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Essay on chiropractic medicine, but open to students in any field of study. Click here for the application
6 JUNE Texas Youth Rodeo Association,
for seniors
For T.Y.R.A. members. See also "Chad Thames Memorial Scholarship" Click here for the application
7 JUNE American Ground Water Trust Scholarships (3),
for seniors
Attending 4-year university intending to pursue a career in a ground water related field. Click here for the application
8 JUNE Aspiring Animation Professional,
for seniors
Requires animation related degree program, see list. Click here for the application
9 JUNE Aspiring Fashion Professional Scholarship,
for seniors
Students pursuing a fashion related degree program at an accredited post-secondary school or college. Portfolio 500-1000 word original essay on the following topic: What specific skill do you most want to develop? Click here for the application
10 JUNE Athnet Sports Recruiting Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Current or former athlete. Click here for the application
11 JUNE Daughters of American Agriculture Scholarships,
for seniors and undergraduates
Must be a farmer, rancher or be the wife, daughter or other close relative of a farmer, rancher or other person employed in agriculture. courses in ag leadership, technology, communications, education, rural sociology, medicine or other courses directly related to agriculture and the needs in agricultural communities. Click here for the application
12 JUNE Freedom from Religion Foundation Essay Contests,
for seniors
Essay on a specified secularist topic Click here for the application
13 JUNE Giva Semi-Annual Student Scholarship and Worldwide Community Ambassador Award,
for seniors and undergraduates
Essay question, 600-1000 words. Current resume. Click here for the application
14 JUNE Grow Texas Scholarship Program,
for seniors and undergraduates
For Texas colleges. Students who demonstrate a commitment to promoting the agriculture industry upon graduation. Click here for the application
15 JUNE Joe Francis Haircare Scholarship,
for seniors and current cosmetology students
Applicant must be currently applying for entrance into Cosmetology/Barber School, OR actively enrolled in a Cosmetology/Barber program. Click here for the application
16 JUNE Odenza Vacations College Scholarships,
for seniors and undergraduates
Essay up to 1,000 words "Why do you want to be in College/University?" One award. Click here for the application
17 JUNE BigSun scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Student athlete regardless of sport, essay. Click here for the application
18 JUNE Akash Kuruvilla Memorial Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Formed to remember the life of Akash Jacob Kuruvilla and to continue his legacy of excellence and generosity posthumously. The ideal candidate must demonstrate excellence in leadership, diversity, integrity and academia. The selection committee will also base its decisions on financial need, content of character and the candidates potential to make an impact on his/her peers and community. Click here for the application
19 JUNE Global Lift Equipment scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Submit a short story. Detailed instructions can be found on the application page. Click here for the application
20 JUNE AT&T Internet and Education Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Question: Create an original infographic showing how Apps are helping students learn in unique ways outside of traditional classroom settings. Click here for the application
21 JUNE Abbott & Fenner Scholarship,
for juniors and seniors
Write an essay on a specified topic. Click here for the application
22 JUNE Texas Allergy and immunology Society Asthma Scholarship Award High school senior that suffers from asthma and plans to attend college. See
https://tinyurl.com/y2ms8kqf
for more information.
Click here for the application
23 AUGUST Make Me Laugh Scholarship,
age 13 to undergraduates
UNIGO Scholarship. Registration required. Submit an online short written response (250 words or less) Click here for the application
24 AUGUST GE/LNESC Scholarship,
for undergraduates only
To assist and encourage outstanding minority students in completing their college education. The program is directed specifically to disadvantaged minority students with career interests in business or engineering. Click here for the application
25 AUGUST Panhandle Geological Society,
for seniors
Major in geology. Click here for the application
26 SEPTEMBER Xerox Minority Scholarship,
for undergrads, not high school students
Minority students enrolled in one of the technical sciences or engineering disciplines. Must have a B average or better. Click here for the application
27 SEPTEMBER Walmart Associate Scholarship, Aug session
for seniors and undergraduates
Qualified Walmart associates and their high school senior dependents. Must be employed at Walmart for 6 months. Based on financial need and community involvement. Click here for the application
28 OCTOBER Jack Kent Cooke Foundation College Scholarship,
for seniors (transfer scholarship also available)
Rewards excellence by supporting high-achieving high school seniors with financial need who seek to attend the nation's best four-year colleges and universities. GPA 3.5 or above, SAT combined critical reading and math score of 1200+ and/or ACT composite score of 26+. 40 awards. Click here for the application
29 OCTOBER Zombie Apocalypse scholarship,
age 13 to undergraduates
UNIGO Scholarship. Registration required. Submit a 250-word answer to a specific zombie apocalypse scenario Click here for the application
30 OCTOBER AES Engineering Service Solutions Seeks to reward students based more on character than on GPA. Awards are based on essays on the application. You do not need to be pursuing an engineering degree to apply Click here for the application
31 NOVEMBER Prudential Spirit of Cumminty Awards Celebrates students who Volumteer
Must be in grades 5-12 as of November deadline
be a legal resident of any U.S. state or Washington, D.C.
have engaged in a volunteer activity that occurred during the 12 months prior to the date of the application
submit a completed application to a school or the head of an official designated local organization by November 6.
For more information:
Prudential Financial, Inc.
Phone: 973-802-4568
Fax: 973-802-4718
Email: spirit@prudential.com
Click here to see a list of officially designated organizations.
32 NOVEMBER Doodle 4 Google competition,
grades k-12
Create your own Google doodle for the chance to have it featured on the Google homepage, judged on artistic merit, creativity, and theme communication. Click here for the application
33 NOVEMBER Elks National Foundation Most Valuable Student,
for seniors
Need not be related to a member of the Elks. Judged on scholarship, leadership, and financial need. Click here for the application
34 NOVEMBER VFW Voice of Democracy audio-essay competition,
grades 9-12
Audio essay on a specified patriotic topic Click here for the application
35 NOVEMBER Intel Science Talent Search,
for seniors
This is a contest involving independent science research projects. It honors exceptional high school seniors for their scientific research and their potential as future leaders in the scientific community. Click here for the application
36 NOVEMBER OnQFinancial The Dream is Insclusive Scholarship Must have heritage either:
Spanish
Russian
Chinese
Click here for information and application
37 NOVEMBER Hagan Scholarship Foundation For high achieving students who will require financial assistance in order to attend college. Click here for the application
38 DECEMBER Ron Brown Scholar Program,
for seniors
African-American, economically-challenged, interest in public service, community engagement, business entrepreneurship and global citizenship. Click here for the application
39 DECEMBER GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship,
for seniors
Have financial need, demonstrate leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship Click here for the application
40 DECEMBER FRA Americanism Essay Contest
grades 7-12
FRA sponsors an annual essay contest to promote the spirit of Americanism and patriotism among our country’s youth. FRA's Americanism Essay Contest is open to all students grades 7-12 and requires a 350 word essay. Click here for the application
41 DECEMBER Phi Theta Kappa Scholarships,
for undergrads, not high school students
Various for Phi Thea Kappa Honor Society members. Click here for the application
42 DECEMBER Texas PTA High School Senior Scholarship,
for seniors
Must be a member of CHS/Randall PTSA by 11/23. Must plan to be enrolled full-time in an accredited college, university after high school. Click here for the application
43 DECEMBER Walmart Associate Scholarship, Nov session
for seniors and undergraduates
Qualified Walmart associates and their high school senior dependents. Must be employed at Walmart for 6 months. Based on financial need and community involvement. Click here for the application
44 DECEMBER NFIB Young Entrepreneur Awards,
for seniors
Must own and operate his/her own business Click here for the application
45 DECEMBER Take Care of Texas Video Contest,
9th - 12th grades
Create a 30-second video that shows positive ways to Take Care of Texas. Click here for the application
46 DECEMBER AXA Achievement Scholarship and Community Award,
for seniors
Students who demonstrate ambition and drive, determination to set and reach goals, respect for self, family and community, ability to succeed in college. Special consideration is given to achievements that empower society to mitigate risk through education and/or action in areas such as financial, environmental, health, safety and/or emergency preparedness. Click here for the application
47 DECEMBER James W. McLamore Foundation, Burger King,
for seniors
High school senior with 2.5 GPA or above Click here for the application
48 DECEMBER Scholarship America’s Dream Award,
for undergrads, not high school students
Entering their second year or higher of education beyond high school, have financial need, Click here for the application
49 DECEMBER Lexus Eco Challenge STEM Contest,
Grades 6-12
A teacher must sponer a team of 5-10 students to tackle environmental issues related to land, water, air, and climate, and create practical solutions. Click here for the application
50 DECEMBER The HotelPlanner.com Graduate Technology Scholarship For Military Veterans Helps veterans, spouses and children.
Based on financial need
Requires an Essay
Click here to learn more and to apply
51 JANUARY Cargill Community Scholarship Click here for requirements Click here to apply
52 JANUARY Eisenhower Scholarhip Click here for information Click here to apply
53 JANUARY Foundation Excellence Award Scholarship Offers several opptorunities for incoming freshman to Texas A&M University Click here to apply for admissions and scholarships through the ApplyTexas site
54 JANUARY Foundation for Indicidual Rights in Education (FIRE) Essay contest. Must complete 800-1000 word essay. Open to any college bound high school student. Click here for more information and help in writing your essay.
55 JANUARY Elks National Foundation Legacy Awards,
for seniors
Children and grandchildren of Elks members Click here for the application
56 JANUARY Texas student housing,
for seniors and undergraduates
Attend college in Denton, Austin, College Station, must not have signed an off-campus housing lease. Click here for the application
57 JANUARY National MS Society Scholarship Program,
for seniors
Students who have MS, or who have a parent with MS. Financial need, academics, leadership and participation, work experience, goals and aspirations, special circumstances, and an essay regarding the impact of MS on their life. Click here for the application
58 JANUARY 1800wheelchair Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
There are NO requirements in terms of physical disability or ability. All applications are welcome. Click here for the application
59 JANUARY Dell Scholars Program,
grades 11-12
Recognizes students who have overcome significant obstacles to pursue their educations. Rewards low-income, highly motivated students who demonstrate the drive to succeed despite personal obstacles, demonstrated grit, potential and ambition in their quest for a college education. Click here for the application
60 JANUARY Washington Crossing Foundation,
for seniors
Career in government Click here for the application
61 JANUARY Texas Engineering Foundation,
for seniors
For students studying to become engineers in an engineering program at an ABET-accredited (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) school. SAT: 600 math, 550 Reading, 500 writing, or ACT: 29 math, 25 English. Click here for the application
62 JANUARY The Gates Millennium Scholarship,
for seniors
Must meet Pell Grant eligibility criteria. Ethnicity of African American, American Indian-Alaska Native, Asian & Pacific Islander American, or Hispanic American. Click here for the application
63 FEBRUARY J.E. Pietzsch Memorial Scholarship For dependants of active Military or Veterans Click here for the application
64 FEBRUARY Al's Formal Wear Click here for information Click here to apply online
65 FEBRUARY Frame My Future Scholarship Contests,
for seniors and undergraduates
Entry piece can be, including but not limited to, a photograph, collage, poem, drawing, painting, graphic design piece, or short typed explanation. Demonstrate: This is how I Frame My Future. Creative, original, and convincing approach to persuade that you are a “success-driven” student. Click here for the application
66 FEBRUARY Swisher Electric Cooperative Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Scholarships will be made available to active Swisher Electric Cooperative, Inc. members and their immediate families. See also TREWA scholarship. Click here for the application
67 FEBRUARY Irene S. Wischer Foundation Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
For a person of good character, preference will be given to "applicants who are Christians and attend church regularly." Click here for the application
68 FEBRUARY Discover Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Must be planning to attend or continuing to attend an accredited, non-profit, four-year college
or university.
Click here for the application
69 FEBRUARY Youth Foundation Hadden Scholarships,
for seniors
Based on financial need, extra-curricular and community activities on the part of its applicants demonstrating a strong desire to help others. Click here for the application
70 FEBRUARY Buick Achievers Scholarship program,
for seniors and undergraduates
Based on academic achievement, financial need, participation and leadership in community and school activities, work experience and interest in pursuing a career in the automotive or related industries. Special consideration will be given to first-generation college attendees, females, minorities, military veterans and dependents of military personnel. The majority of the scholarships will be awarded to students majoring in STEM disciplines. Click here for the application
71 FEBRUARY Adelle Mcclendon Young Leader Scholarship,
for seniors
Awarded to a graduating G/T high school senior who has demonstrated outstanding leadership. Click here for the application
72 FEBRUARY Laura Allard Future Vision Scholarship,
for seniors
G/T high school senior who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement, possesses a strong sense of purpose and clearly defined goals, and has a long-term plan for achieving these goals. Click here for the application
73 FEBRUARY Barbara Jordan Historical Essay Competition
9-12 grades
Write an essay on African-Americans in Texas: Past and Present. Original research required. Winners may apply for Texas UIL scholarships. Click here for the application
74 FEBRUARY Latino History Essay Competition
9-12 grades
Essay focused on a prominent or relatively unknown Latino individual, organization or movement in Texas history. How has the subject of the essay significantly influenced today's Latino communities? Original research required. Winners may apply for Texas UIL scholarships. Click here for the application
75 FEBRUARY Amarillo College Presidential Scholars Scholarships Students in the top 10%. Students complete a core curriculum of four Presidential Scholars classes. Limited to 30 students. Click here for the application
76 FEBRUARY Sybil B. Harrington Scholarship,
for seniors
Attending Amarillo College or an accredited four-year Texas college or university. Register as a full-time student (minimum of 12 hours) and maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA. Click here for the application
77 FEBRUARY Walmart Associate Scholarship, Feb session
for seniors and undergraduates
Qualified Walmart associates and their high school senior dependents. Must be employed at Walmart for 6 months. Based on financial need and community involvement. Click here for the application
78 FEBRUARY National Honor Society scholarship,
for seniors
National Honor Society member, more information at website. www.nhs.us/students/the-nhs-scholarship See NHS advisor
79 FEBRUARY Jackie Robinson Foundation,
for seniors
Minority students showing leadership potential and demonstrating financial need. Min. SAT 1,000 or ACT of 21. Click here for the application
80 FEBRUARY Society of Physics Students,
for undergraduates
Various scholarships for students participating in society of physics students. Click here for the application
81 FEBRUARY Teens for Alzheimer’s Awareness College Scholarship Essay Contest,
for seniors
Write essay about Alzheimer's, answering specific questions. Click here for the application
82 FEBRUARY W. Price Jr. Memorial Scholarship,
for seniors
Enrolling in a culinary, food service or hospitality program Click here for the application
83 FEBRUARY Amarillo Area Foundation Scholarships,
for seniors and undergraduates
Many local scholarships. Click here for the application
84 FEBRUARY ACET Scholarship,
for seniors
For students who have, at some time in their school career, been enrolled in a compensatory education program such as Title I, Bilingual/ESL, State Compensatory Education (SCE), Migrant and Homeless. Click here for the application
85 FEBRUARY AIA / Architects Foundation Diversity Advancement Scholarship Individuals from a minority race or ethnicity who intend to become an architect. Click here for the application
86 FEBRUARY Davidson Fellows scholarship,
age 18 and under
Submit a project of significance in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Literature, Music, Philosophy, or Outside the Box. Click here for the application
87 FEBRUARY NSDAR Awards (Daughters of the American Revolution),
for seniors and undergraduates
Various scholarships with one application. General academic as well as specific history, government & economics, medical & nursing. Some are renewable. Click here for the application
88 MAR Don’t mess With Texas Scholarship,
for seniors
Recognizes the achievements of high school seniors who have taken a leadership role to prevent litter in their schools and communities and build awareness of the Don’t mess with Texas initiative. Scholarships are awarded based on student essays submitted with applications. Click here for the application
89 MAR Panhandle Press Association Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Students majoring in Mass Communications. Click here for the application
90 MAR Texas Telephone Association Foundation Scholarship,
for seniors
Special consideration will be given to students who will be pursuing a college degree in fields of study which are of particular interest to telecommunications (such as math, business, education, technology, engineering, and computer science, etc.). The courses of study in high school, extra-curricular/civic activities, demonstrated leadership, and financial need will also be considered. Copy of SAR (from the FAFSA) is required. Application must be sent through counselor. Click here for the application
91 MARCH Los Barrios de Amarillo Scholarship Offered by Amarillo Wesley Community Center and is available to all students regardless of residency status Click here for application
92 MARCH Texas Retired Teachers Foundation Student Scholarship Scholarship for students who:
1) Seeking a Bachelors or Masters degree in Education
2) Be a relative of an active TRS member
3) Be enrolled in a university or college in Texas for the upcoming year
Click here for the application
93 MARCH Deaf Smith / Oldham County Farm Bureau Must have 2.5 GPA
Provide a letter of recommendation
A list of your extracurricular activities and work experience
A Biographical Statement including where you will be attending college as well as your major
Click here for the application
94 MARCH Caprock Peace Officers' Association Scholarship Information Click here for information Click here for the application
95 MARCH Abigail Arroyos Click here for requirements Click here for the application
96 MARCH Panhandle District Dental Society Scholarchip For more info click here For more info click here
97 MARCH Deafsmith Electrical Coop For immediate family and employees of the coop. Account must be in good standing. Click here for all of the requirements Click here for the COOP Scholarship application
98 MARCH Family Farms Offers scholarship for Ag Career Click here for application
99 MARCH Family Farms Offers scholarship for Ag Accounting Career Click here for the application
100 MARCH Family Farms Offers scholarship for Trade School Click here for the application
101 MARCH American Fire Sprinkler Association Contests,
for seniors
Read an essay and take a multiple-choice test about automatic fire sprinklers. 10 scholarships awarded. Click here for the application
102 MARCH Amarillo Community Federal Credit Union Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Current ACFCU member, provide verification of acceptance or enrollment in an accredited college, university or technical school. Contact ACFCU
103 MARCH Career & Technology Association of Texas,
for seniors
Actively enrolled in CTE throughout their high school career Click here for the application
104 MARCH Dan Whitworth Memorial Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Students pursuing degree programs in the field of sports sciences, kinesiology, conservation, physical education, recreation and tourism management and/or other related courses of study which may contribute to the field of parks and recreation with the intent to enter the recreation, parks and leisure service field as a career Click here for the application
105 MARCH Foundation of Fabricators & Manufacturers,
for seniors and undergraduates
Majoring in programs that lead to careers in manufacturing. Both Fall and Spring scholarships. Click here for the application
106 MARCH Hispanic Scholarship Fund, HSF General College Scholarships,
for seniors and undergraduates
Must be of Hispanic Heritage. Student can major in any field of study and any college within the United States. Click here for the application
107 MARCH UNCF (United Negro College Fund) General Scholarship,
for undergraduates
Students enrolled full-time at a UNCF Member College or University Click here for the application
108 MARCH Questbridge We are looking for high school juniors who have shown outstanding academic ability Click here to see the requirements and the application
109 MARCH Amarillo College - LITE Scholarship This program is for students with documented disabilities. Click here for the application
110 MARCH American Chemical Society Scholars Program,
for seniors, (undergraduate scholarships available)
Minority students entering the fields of chemistry or chemistry-related fields including teaching science. Click here for the application
111 MARCH Blacks at Microsoft,
for seniors
African descent, plan to pursue a bachelor's degree in engineering, computer science, computer information systems, or select business programs, financial need. Click here for the application
112 MARCH Catholic Life Insurance All American Scholar Award,
for seniors
Member of Catholic Life Insurance. Scholastic achivement, leadership, community service. 35 scholarships. Click here for application
113 MARCH Enrique S. Camarena Educational Foundation,
for seniors
Must have performed activity that demonstrates exemplary community service previous year. Click here for the application
114 MARCH LULAC National Scholarship Fund (LNSF),
for seniors
To help youth in underserved communities, both general and honors awards, for Latino students Click here for the application
115 MARCH MOAA (Military Officers Assoc. of America) Scholarship Fund,
for seniors
Offers interest-free loans, grants, and scholarships for students who are children of former, active or retired officers or active or retired enlisted military personnel. Click here for the application
116 MARCH National Press Club Zimmerman Journalism Scholarship & Scholarship for Journalism Diversity,
for seniors
Students pursuing a career in journalism, work samples to be included. Diversity scholarship is renewable. Click here for the application
117 MARCH Society of Exploration Geophysicists,
For seniors and undergraduates
Intend to pursue a career in applied geophysics or a closely related field, such as geosciences, physics, geology, or earth and environmental sciences. Click here for the application
118 MARCH Tall Club International Scholarship,
for seniors
You must meet the TCI height requirement minimums of 5'10" for women and 6'2" for men. Click here for the application
119 MARCH United Methodist Church Division of Ministries with Young People,
for seniors
United Methodist youth that has been active in his/her local church for at least one year prior to application and is pursuing a "church-related" career. Click here for the application
120 MARCH United Methodist Church scholarships,
for seniors and undergraduates
Must have been an ACTIVE, full member of The United Methodist Church for at least ONE year. Click here for the application
121 MARCH Working Ranch Cowboy Foundation Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Must be a high school senior or high school graduate , Must be a working ranch cowboy or the son, daughter, or spouse of a working ranch cowboy. Click here for the application
122 MARCH Golden Spread Electric Coop Dir Mem Scholarship,
for seniors
Member, spouse, or child of a member of Golden Spread Electric Cooperative, Inc. Click here for the application
123 MARCH National Peace Essay
9-12 grades
Pursued careers in international affairs. The American Foreign Service Association’s National High School Essay Contest encourages students to think critically and write a research paper about building peace through diplomacy. Click here for the application
124 MARCH Red Raiders Guarantee Pays for tuition and fees. Must have a family adjusted gross income of $40,000 or less. Must be enrolled full-time (at least 12 hours) each semester. Click here for the application
125 MARCH Texas Floral Endowment,
for seniors
Interested in entering the field of Horticulture or Floriculture. Click here for the application
126 MARCH Hochheim Prairie Insurance scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Attend Texas A&M, preference given if parents or grandparents are Hochheim Prairie Insurance members, preference given to major in Education Click here for the application
127 MARCH Panhandle State Foundation Scholarships ***Many scholarships included*** must apply to each scholarship individually. May apply online click here for list of scholarships and online application
128 MARCH Navy Scholarships Program For students interested in the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps. Click here for the list of available colleges and application
129 MARCH Harwell-Harwell Orthodontics Scholarships,
for seniors
To three high school seniors who achieve both in and out of the classroom. You do not need to be a patient to qualify. Click here for the application
130 APRIL Hereford Livestock Show Click here for more information. Click here for the application
131 APRIL Hereford Cattlewomen Scholarship Click here of for all requirements Click here for the application
132 APRIL Student-View Scholarship Program Marketing firm for colleges asks high school seniors to fill out a 10-15 minute survey about colleges in your area to be entered into a drawing for a scholarship Click here to see if the new survey is available. Check back periodically to see when the next year's survey is posted.
133 APRIL West Texas Rural Telephone Cooperative Inc. Parents must be members of the coop and must have specific prefixes. Click here for the restrictions and qualifications. Click here for the application
134 APRIL Zonta Intl Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
For women pursuing an accredited business or business-related program who demonstrate outstanding potential in the field. Apply through nearest Zonta club. Click here for the application
135 APRIL Texas Hospitality Association,
for seniors
Poster contest about the fight against underage drinking. Theme: "If you are under 21, it's illegal to consume or purchase alcoholic beverages in Texas." Click here for the application
136 APRIL Barbara Mandigo Kelly Peace Poetry Contest,
for all ages
An annual series of awards to encourage poets to explore and illuminate positive visions of peace and the human spirit. Submit up to 3 poems. Click here for the application
137 APRIL Humane Education Network, A Voice for Animals Contest,
ages 16-18
Submit a project (new or pre-existing) that addresses either the mistreatment of one animal species or one cause of animal suffering, or the preservation of one species threatened with extinction, occurring anywhere in the world. Students must submit either 1) a written essay with accompanying photos or 2) an original video. 6 awards given. Click here for the application
138 APRIL Texas Builders Foundation,
for seniors and undergraduates
Students who are enrolled in construction programs in Texas’ technical and trade schools and colleges and universities Click here for the application
139 APRIL Feeding Tomorrow,
for seniors and undergraduates
Interest in the food science and technology profession. Click here for the application
140 APRIL AICPA Scholarship Award for Minority Accounting Students,
for seniors and undergraduates
Ethnic minority in the accounting profession, accounting-related major, must register for free membership in assn. Click here for the application
141 APRIL Amarillo Branch NAACP Scholarship,
for seniors
Scholarships are based on merit, academic potential, financial need and community service. Write short essay on community service. Click here for the application
142 APRIL Amarillo Business Women Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Women furthering their education post high school graduation. Click here for the application
143 APRIL Amarillo Women’s Network,
for seniors and undergraduates
Click here for guidelines. For females only. Click here for the application
144 APRIL American College Foundation Visionary scholarship
9-12 grades
Open to high school freshmen through seniors to help fund the first year of college. Students must write a 500-word essay and submit their report card. Registration required. Click here for the application
145 APRIL Charles, Lela and Mary Slough Foundation,
for seniors and undergraduates
Established to help needy Texas students attend college. Midland College reviews and recommends the scholarships for any US school. Click here for the application
146 APRIL Entertainment Software Association Foundation,
for seniors and undergraduates
Female or minority accepted into a program leading to a career in computer and video game arts. 15 scholarships Click here for the application
147 APRIL Mid-plains Rural Telephone Coop Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
Must be a member or relative of a member. Applicant must submit an essay with the application of approximately 500 words discussing career goals. Click here for the application
148 APRIL Opportunity Plan Scholarships,
for seniors and undergraduates
Various scholarships. Students must be enrolled on a full-time basis and must have a
minimum gpa of 2.50.
Click here for the application
149 APRIL Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation,
for seniors and undergraduates
Graphic communication careers Click here for the application
150 APRIL Rocco C. Caffarelli Scholarship,
for seniors
Scholarships are awarded to male students planning to earn an academic bachelor’s degree at a community college, college or university in Texas. Click here for the application
151 APRIL Slade Edling Scholarship,
for seniors
Rewards academic and leadership excellence. Family financial needs may be considered. Click here for the application
152 APRIL Texas Dove Hunters,
for seniors
Applicant must be a hunting enthusiast and support the preservation of hunting and must submit a copy of proof of completion of a hunter safety course or their current Texas hunting license. Click here for information
153 APRIL Diabetes Scholar Foundation,
for seniors
Diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes Click here for the application
154 APRIL Federation of Insurance Women of Texas,
for seniors and undergraduates
Taking at least one insurance or business-related course. Must maintain a grade point average of B or above. Click here for the application
155 APRIL Society of Petroleum Engineers scholarships,
for seniors and undergraduates
Various scholarships for students pursuing degrees related to the oil and gas industry. Click here for the application
156 APRIL Texas Council for the Social Studies,
Stephen Johnson Student Scholarships,
for seniors and undergraduates
Applicants’ major field of study must be related to social studies education Click here for the application
157 APRIL Texas Tech Alumni Association Scholarship,
for seniors and transfers to Tech
Tech bound students. Based on academic achievement, honors, activities, and to some degree, and to some degree, financial need. Click here for the application
158 APRIL TXDOT Conditional Grant Program,
for seniors and undergraduates
Economically disadvantaged students pursuing a degree in civil engineering or a department-approved operational business discipline, work for TXDOT after graduation Click here for the application
159 APRIL WRI Education Foundation,
for seniors
Intending to pursue four-year (4) undergraduate degree in structural and/or civil engineering Click here for the application
160 APRIL WTAMU - Buff Promise Pays for tuition and fees. Submit all required financial aid, scholarship and admission documentation by April 15 each year. Meet eligibility requirements for a Federal Pell Grant. 15 credit hours minimum per semester, 30 credit hrs/yr. \Have a family income of $40,000 or less. In some cases, family size will increase this amount. Click here for the application
161 APRIL Pilot Club of hereford Scholarship Local Club for Hereford High School Seniors Click here to get a printable application
162 MAY Hereford High School TCTA Scholarship Click here to see guidelines Click here for application
163 MAY Erwin and Frances Herr Scholarship Seeks to motivate students to attend college after high school. Student should:
1). Have a financial need
2) Motivation and effort in school
3) Good Standing in school
Click here for the application
164 MAY LM Scholarship program scholarship Write Essay about a situation you have been involved in or about someone you know who has been involved in where better safety procedures would have prevented an injury. Explain in detail what safety procedures you believe should have been in place to prevent the injury and how they would have prevented the injury. Click here for the application
165 MAY National Black Police Association Alphonso Deal scholarship,
for seniors
For students seeking higher educational training in the academics of law enforcement, or other related areas, for the betterment of the Criminal Justice system. Click here for the application
166 MAY American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation,
For seniors and undergraduates
Enrollment in a hospitality management degree program, various scholarships Click here for the application
167 MAY Bethesda Lutheran Community Scholarship,
for seniors
Lutheran students pursuing undergraduate degrees that prepare them to serve and support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities Click here for the application
168 MAY DutchCrafters Heritage Scholarship,
for seniors and undergraduates
For students who draw upon their cultural heritage to shape their vocational aspirations, add creative value to their future employers, and serve their communities. Academic achievement and financial need considered. Click here for the application
169 MAY Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Educational Foundation,
for seniors and undergraduates
Plan to enroll in a program at community college, technical college, trade school or university directly related to the plumbing-heating-cooling profession Click here for the application
170 MAY Bill Dickey Scholarship Association,
for seniors
For golfers. Awards are based on academic achievement, entrance exam scores, financial need, references, evidence of community service, and golfing ability. Preference to minority students. Must register on website. Click here for the application
171 MAY James Beard Foundation Scholarships (Culinary) - several,
for seniors and undergraduates
Candidates should demonstrate leadership, community involvement, and academic excellence, and they should aspire to leadership roles in the culinary arts, food studies, hospitality management, agriculture, and more. Click here for the application
172 MAY LPGA Golf Scholarships
for seniors
Three scholarships for high school golfers, may or may not be playing collegiate golf Click here for the application
173 MAY Stephen Bufton Memorial Educational Fund,
for seniors and undergraduates
Various scholarships for women. Click here for the application
174 MAY Texas Interscholastic League Foundation Scholarships,
for seniors and undergraduates
Students must compete at the state level in a UIL academic contest and must plan to attend a Texas College or University Click here for the application
175 MAY Texas Interscholastic League Foundation Scholarships,
for seniors and undergraduates
Must have competed at the UIL Academic State Meet any year of their high school career or be a TSSEC Outstanding Soloist and has an ACT or SAT score. Click here for the application
176 MAY Google Science Fair,
ages 13-18
Individuals or teams of up to 3 submit a science or engineering project. Click here for the application
177 MAY Society of Women Engineers scholarships,
for seniors and undergraduates
Various scholarships for women preparing for careers in engineering, engineering technology and computer science. Click here for the application
178 MAY The Brower Youth Award for Environmental Leadership,
ages 13-22
Recognizes outstanding youth leaders who are making strides in the environmental movement. Work shows you played the major leadership role in creating, organizing and implementing your project or campaign. Your project applies fresh solutions and approaches to relevant environmental challenges. It serves as a model with significant impact. You demonstrate charisma and personal commitment. Click here for the application
179 JULY Gen and Kelly Tanabe Scholarship,
9-12th grade
Merit-based very short essay Click here for the application
180 JULY Ice Cream Flavor of the Month Scholarship,
age 13 to undergraduates
UNIGO Scholarship. Registration required. Submit an online short written response (250 words or less) Click here for the application
181 JULY Amarillo College - Adult Student Program Students must be: married/single with children, or economically disadvantaged, or be responsible for a disabled family member. Register for at least 6 hrs/semester Click here for the application
182 JULY TX Assoc. of Developing Colleges Urban Scholarship Fund, (RHS only)
for seniors and undergraduates
Financial need with EFC no more than 0050 Click here for the application
183 SEPTEMBER Golden Door Opportunities for DACA (Dreamers) Click here for info and application
184 Varies LNESC Emergency Scholarship Fund,
for seniors and undergraduates
The LNESC Emergency Scholarship Fund is a joint partnership between LNESC & Macy’s to provide financial resources to deserving students facing economic hardship and immediate monetary need that, if not met, could result in an inability to complete classes or a degree program Click here for the application
185 Varies Terry Scholarship,
for seniors and transfers
Applications are through the university. Demonstrated financial need, record of leadership in school and community, strong academic abilities. See website for details and for participating universities. Click here for the application
186 Varies Texas Elks State Association Various scholarships offered, check website for specific descriptions. Not required to be a member of the organization. Click here for the application
187 Varies UNIGO various scholarships,
age 13 to undergraduates
UNIGO scholarships. Registration required. Submit an online short written response (250 words or less) Click here for the application
188 Varies Scholarships 360 A large list of various scholarships. Look at each scholarship for information on requrements and deadlines Click here to get an scholarships offered