Guidance Department - Scholarships
Scholarship Web Searches

This list contains local, national and scholarship web search sites in which you may be interested. If the Guidance Office has copies and/or information on these, it will be stated with the general information given below. It is our intention to update this list periodically as new scholarship possibilities are made available.

  • StudentScholarships.org - Please visit StudentScholarships.org where you will find a list of scholarships that students from Pennsylvania school districts are eligible for. Since 2003, we have been providing scholarship management services for companies, as well as a comprehensive database of scholarships for students. This website will give you a list of scholarships, criteria and deadlines.
  • FastWeb - Find college financial aid, search for scholarships and get money for college.
  • Scholarships.com - Free college scholarship search, financial aid & scholarship info.
  • SchoolSoup - Providing students with the most scholarships and other financial aid options on the Internet - over $32 billion in scholarship awards.
  • SunTrust Education Loans - Student Loans from SunTrust Education Loans. (Students register on this site and are eligible to win a $1,000 scholarship for their first year college expenses by applying online to the SunTrust Off To College Scholarship Sweepstakes. One drawing will be done every two weeks.)
  • Weekly Scholarship Alert Service - WeeklyScholarshipAlert.com is the free service that delivers a manageable 1 to 5 college scholarship announcements to your inbox each week.
  • www.discovercolleges.com - provides a free private college information service as well as a $2,500 private college scholarship drawing. Students log onto the site to request information and are automatically entered into the drawing.
  • www.axa-achievement.com - provides resources that help make college possible through access to more than 1.3 million a year in scholarships on the national and local levels. The site also is a comprehensive resource for information to help students and parents plan for college.
  • www.TuitionFundingSources.com - TFS is a private program available only to students at schools selected by Pepsi-Cola, of which Deer Lakes is one. New scholarships are added daily to this site. On average more than 5,000 new awards are added every month. The website also contains college and career information including athletic scholarships, personality tests and career aptitude tests.
  • NextStepU - Scholarships, a college match search, community postings and much more, also an online magazine.

Login Instructions are as follows:

  1. Go to www.TuitionFundingSources.com and click on Login and then the “First Time User?” link.
  2. Select the state where you live and school you attend.
  3. Enter your email address as your username and then create a password.
  4. Students wanting to use the automatic letter writing feature in the website will also need to enter their name and address. This information is secure and will never be shared with anyone.
  5. Registration is now complete. You can access the TuitionFundingSources.com website with your username (email address) and password from any computer that is connected to the internet.
Specialty Scholarships

OWEN KATZ HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: 02/02/2015

The purpose of this scholarship is to provide a scholarship grant to an outstanding high school senior who wishes to pursue a career in the metals or materials field and enrolls in a related college program. Also, to raise awareness of an engineering degree called Metallurgy or Material Science that is available at many technical Universities. It is hoped that the awarding of this scholarship will perhaps encourage some High School Seniors to consider and pursue an Engineering Degree in this discipline. The scholarship is in the amount of $1500.

Applications can be picked up in the Guidance Office.

For more information, please email Parag Bedekar @ Parag.Bedekar@sintermet.com

CENTRAL SCHOLARSHIP AND LOAN REFERRAL SERVICE
Deadline: 02/11/2015

CSLRS is a non-profit scholarship agency providing need-based grants to local students who are residents of Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Washington & Westmoreland County for at least two years. CSLRS funds are available to any Jewish high school senior, undergraduate or graduate student.

All awards are based on demonstrated financial need. Other factors such as academic achievement, personal characteristics, and individual circumstances may also be considered.

Please visit www.centralscholarship.org for the on-line application which will be available in late November as well as more detailed information.

PACB FOUNDATION
Deadline: 02/13/2015

DEADLINE for your application to be submitted:

Friday, February 13, 2015

PACB Scholarship Fund
C/O PACB Foundation
P.O. Box 5346
Harrisburg, PA 17110

The PACB Foundation is pleased to announce that the PACB Scholarship Fund is making available up to five $1,000 renewable Scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year. This program is designed to assist children of bank employees working a minimum of 1,000 hours or more per year and/or directors of PACB member institutions. The eligibility requirements are as follows:

  1. Must be a dependent child of a parent working at least 1,000 hours per year for a minimum of two years for a regular member of the Pa. Assoc. of Community Bankers (PACB) as of the cutoff date of application for scholarships or a child of a parent who was deceased no more than two years prior to the cutoff date of application for scholarships and who was employed by a regular member of PACB for a minimum of five years. Applicant may also be a dependent child of a member institution’s director who meets the above guidelines. Employment or service need not be with the same regular member for the full two-year period.
  2. Applicant must enroll as a full-time undergraduate student in a college/university.
  3. If the parent leaves the employment of the regular PACB or if the institution where the parent is employed discontinues its membership, the scholarship is not forfeited for the current academic year, but the student will not be eligible to receive the remaining amount of the scholarship award.
  4. Official high school transcripts must be included with the guidance counselor’s portion of the application.
  5. In order for the scholarship to be renewable, the recipient must maintain the following GPA: Freshman year – 2.5; Sophmore year – 2.8; Junior year – 3.0
  6. Applications may be picked up in the guidance office.

CLARION UNIVERSITY - SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FALL OF 2015
Deadline: 03/01/2015

Students with a cumulative 3.25 (GPA) and a 1050 SAT (critical reading and math scores) or 23 ACT are guaranteed a $1000 Clarion Academic Scholarship renewable up to four years (five years from some dual-certification education programs) as long as:

  • Student maintains a 3.0 GPA @ Clarion University
  • Student continues progress toward the degree on a full time basis (minimum accrual of 24 credits per academic year)
  • Student's family annually completes the FAFSA

Additional renewable scholarship are available for students enrolled in specific majors or in a dual certification education program.
Clarion University may award additional scholarships to students based upon academic criteria (awards can range up to $28,000)

For more information on Clarion scholarships, visit their website @ www.clarion.edu/scholarships or contact the admissions office @ 800-672-7171 x 1.

PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES SCHOLARSHIPS
Deadline: 03/01/2015

Each year, two students are awarded four-year scholarships equivalent to the value of one semester of tuition at a college or university in the State System of Higher Education. The program is open to graduating seniors who are Pennsylvania residents who plan to attend a Pennsylvania college, university or career school as a full time student. Students must have attained a minimum 3.0 cumulative gpa to be eligible for this scholarship.

For an application or more information, please visit the website @ http://www.tfec.org/images/HouseOfReps_OnePageSummary.pdf

Or

www.repevankovich.com

2015 Hamilton Award
Deadline: 03/04/2015

The Hamilton Award recognizes outstanding high school juniors for their academic, personal, and service achievements and selects students for the Hamilton Leaders Academy – a three-year, no student cost program that helps students get into college, transition to college, succeed while in college and transition to the post college world.

A Hamilton award winner is...

  • A College-Bound Student
  • A junior in high school
  • Has a strong record of community service
  • Is a self-starter
  • Has financial need
  • Shows a strong commitment to their academic studies
  • Is committed to participating Hamilton Leader’s Academy
  • For an application or more information regarding this program, please visit the website @ www.hamiltonfriends.org/apply

    Pennsylvania School Public Relations Association Scholarship Guidelines
    Deadline: 03/15/2015

    History:
    The Pennsylvania School Public Relations Association (PenSPRA) has announced that it will present three one-year scholarships. PenSPRA, founded in 1967, is one of the largest state chapters of the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) and is the recipient of more than eight Blue Ribbon Awards. PenSPRA is divided into three regions, East, West, and Central, and has more than 150 active members across the state. PenSPRA is governed by an Executive Board. The organization has several purposes: to support student achievement through responsible school and community relations, to foster the continual development of its members, and to strengthen the leadership role of the school public communications professional.

    Description:
    The award consists of three one-year scholarships worth $1000 each. Scholarships will be awarded to one public school student from each of PenSPRA’s three regions.

    Criteria:
    The scholarships will be awarded to worthy Pennsylvania public high school students who plan to pursue a career in a communications field (i.e. journalism, English, public relations, advertising, graphic arts, etc.). The candidate should have maintained at least a 3.0 GPA, and have been accepted at or applied to a two- or four-year college, vocational-technical school, or other institution of higher learning.

    Procedure:
    Completed applications for the scholarship must be returned and received at the address below by Friday, March 13, 2015. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Applications are available in the Guidance Office.

    Shelly Belcher
    Communications Coordinator
    Peters Township School District
    631 East McMurray Road
    McMurray, PA 15317

    Contact Shelly Belcher @ 724/941-6251 or belchers@pt-sd.org with any questions. You can also visit the website @ www.penspra.org/scholarshipInfo.aspx/

    ROTARY CLUB OF PITTSBURGH FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
    Deadline: 03/15/2015

    Criteria:

    • Must have a 3.2 GPA or higher.
    • Must be a high school senior who is applying to colleges.
    • Completed application form. All questions must be answered.
    • Must provide (2) letters of recommendation: (1) from a teacher/school administrator. (1) from a community leader. Each letter must be in a sealed envelope with signature of recommender across the seal.
    • Must provide a 400-600 word typewritten essay describing how higher education will help you to achieve your life goals.
    • A separate document outlining your community service projects.
    • Official high school transcript covering your freshman through senior year.
    • Applications may be picked up in the guidance office and mailed to the following address:
      Pittsburgh Rotary Club
      555 Grant Street, Suite 328
      Pittsburgh, PA 15219

      Any questions may be directed to the Rotary Office @ 412/471-6210.

    WORDS TO BE HEARD
    Deadline: 03/17/2015

    Edgar Snyder ' Associates are offering a grand prize “$10,000 scholarship to a graduating high school senior through their 9th annual “Words to be Heard” Scholarship contest. There will also be 2nd place winner who will receive $5000 ' a 3rd place winner who will receive $2500.

    High school seniors who will be attending a four-year college or university are encouraged to participate. Seniors must return the following items to our office by March 27, 2015 to be eligible:

    • A completed application including a recent photo.
    • A presentation (video/powerpoint/brochure/website/essay) that discourages underage drinking and driving or texting while driving. The presentation can also highlight the dangers of drinking and driving or texting while driving.

    All items must be mailed together to our office. Please mail entries to:


    Edgar Snyder ' Associates
    Words to be Heard - Marketing Department
    US Steel Tower, 10th Floor
    600 Grant Street
    Pgh., PA 15219

    Along with their proposal, students will also need to download and complete an application (www.EdgarSnyder.com/scholarship).

    If you have any questions, please contact their office @ 1-800-394-3660 x 4412 or email @ dkrotec@edgarsnyder.com

    LOUISE SALINGER ACADEMY OF FASHION FUND
    Deadline: 03/30/2015

    This fund was created to provide annual scholarships to high school seniors in Allegheny County who wish to pursue a career in fashion design. The criteria for this scholarship is as follows:

    • Be a resident of Allegheny County
    • Be a senior in an Allegheny County High School
    • Plan to attend a college/university located in the United States
    • Demonstrate financial need
    • Maintain a GPA of 2.00
    • Complete an application form and include a one-page essay about his/her academic performance, why fashion design is their chosen field, and include an explanation of why (s)he feels (s)he should be selected for the scholarship
    • Submit two letters of reference.

    Applications may be picked up in the Guidance Office. Along with completed application, you will need:

    • Two letters of reference (one academic and one from someone, not related to you, familiar with your interest in fashion design)
    • 2014 Federal Tax Return (form 1040/1040A)
    • A one-page essay
    • An official high school transcript

    All applications are to be mailed to:
    Louise Salinger Academy of Fashion Fund
    ATTN: Deborah L Turner, Scholarship Coordinator
    The Pittsburgh Foundation
    Five PPG Place, Suite 250
    Pgh., PA 15222-5401

    WILLIAM J. WOLF MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
    Deadline: 04/01/2015

    This scholarship was created to provide scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students residing in Allegheny County who are of the Lutheran denomination. The criteria for this scholarship is as follows:

    • Be a resident of Allegheny County (but can attend an out-of county or out-of-state college or university)
    • Be a member of the Lutheran denomination
    • Maintain good grades
    • Demonstrate financial need
    • Complete an application form, include an essay, an official school transcript and a copy of parents/individuals tax return
    • Submit a letter of reference and a letter from your Pastor

    Applications may be picked up in the Guidance office. Completed applications are to be mailed to the following address:
    William J. Wolf Memorial Scholarship Program
    ATTN: Deborah L. Turner, Scholarship Coordinator
    The Pittsburgh Foundation
    Five PPG Place, Suite 250
    Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4514

    JUNIOR LEAGUE OF PITTSBURGH
    Deadline: 04/10/2015

    The Junior League of Pittsburgh, Inc. offers an annual scholarship to female graduates of Allegheny County public and private high schools. This year we will award a scholarship in the amount of $1,500.

    Criteria:

    • At least (100) hours of verified volunteer service during high school.
    • A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

    The scholarship award must be used for continuing education at an accredited college or university during the 2015-2016 academic year.

    Applicants must submit the completed application, an essay, a transcript, a description of volunteer activities including a list of hours, letters of verification of volunteer activites, and a copy of the applicant's letter of acceptance to an accredited college or university.

    Applications may be picked up in the guidance office. They are to be mailed to the following address:

    The Junior League of Pittsburgh, Inc.
    ATTN: Laura Ward
    JLP Scholarship Chair
    33 Terminal Way; Suite 531A
    Pgh., PA 15219

    If you have any questions, please visit the website @ www.jlpgh.org or email @ info@jlpgh.org

    JAMIE ELLENBERGER SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
    Deadline: 04/10/2015

    The Jamie Ellenberger Scholarship was established in honor of a young man who clearly demonstrated the achievements that are possible for persons with developmental disabilities. His untimely death in 1997 saddened all who knew him. Through the establishment of the Jamie Ellenberger Scholarship Award, he will be remembered as a unique individual who lived a fulfilling and productive life with the advocacy and support of his community.

    This scholarship has been established to encourage local students to pursue post high school education, as well as a means to establish communication links between area youth and individuals with disabilities that will foster future acceptance and friendships with members of the community.

    Eligibility Requirements:

    • The candidate must be in his/her senior year of high school, in good academic standing, as verified by the signature of a guidance counselor or principal.
    • The candidate must be qualified and planning to attend a two or four year post high school program
    • The candidate must complete the application form included in this packet that is signed by a guidance counselor or principal.
    • The candidate must complete an essay in response to the Essay Discussion Question that is included in this packet.
    • If requested, the candidate must participate in an interview with the Passavant Memorial Homes Scholarship Review Committee.

    Criteria:

    • Community Service/Volunteer Services
    • School Activities and/or Sports Involvement
    • 300 - 500 word essay in response to the Essay Discussion Question
    • Academic Achievement
    • (3) References: Academic, Professional, Character
    • Personnel Interview (if requested)

    Applications may be picked up in the guidance office and should be submitted to:
    Jamie Ellenberger Scholarship Committee
    ATTN: Ashley Lovell
    Passavant Memorial Homes Foundation
    163 Thorn Hill Road
    Warrendale, PA 15086

    Should you have any questions, please contact Ashley Lovell – 412/820-1015 x 565 or alovell@passavant.com

    WOJDAK SCHOLARSHIP
    Deadline: 04/12/2015

    The Wojdak Scholarship Fund was created at the Pittsburgh Foundation to provide scholarships to a graduating high school senior. The following criteria apply:

    • Student must be a descendant of a former employee of Haskell of Pittsburgh, Inc.
    • Attend a high school in Allegheny County
    • Demonstrate financial need
    • Complete an application and include a one-page essay about yourself, your academic interests and a summary of what you hope to do in the future.

    Applications can be picked up in the Guidance Office.
    Completed applications are to be mailed to :

    The Wojdak Scholarship Fund
    Debroah L. Turner
    Scholarship Coordinator
    The Pittsburgh Foundation
    Five PPG Place, Suite 250
    Pgh., PA 15222-5414

    KIDS' CHANCE OF PENNSYLVANIA SCHOLARSHIPS
    Deadline: 04/15/2015

    Kids' Chance of PA is a non-profit organization that provides college and vocational school scholarship grants to children of Pa. workers who have been killed or seriously injured in a work-related accident resulting in financial need. Applicants must be within the ages of 18 to 25 and be admitted/enrolled by an accredited, post-secondary educational institution.

    Applications are available @ www.kidschanceofpa.org or can be picked up in the Guidance Office. If you are interested in learning more about Kids' Chance you may contact them by email @ info@kidschanceofpa.org or by phone @ 610/970-9143.

    LANDMARKS SCHOLARSHIP AWARD APPLICATION
    Deadline: 04/22/2015

    If you can tell us between 500 and 1500 words about a place in Allegheny County that is important to you, then you can apply for this scholarship. Briefly explain the significance of the history, architecture, and/or landscape design of that place and focus on how it has affected you personally.

    This scholarship award is to recognize and reward at least one senior high school student in Allegheny County who is interested in the history, architecture, and/or landscape design of the Pittsburgh region, and who will be a full-time college student, beginning the fall of 2015.

    The recipient of this scholarship will receive $1,500 for his/her first year of undergraduate study to help pay tuition and book expenses. The scholarship award will be renewed each year, with a maximum grant of $6,000, if he/she maintains good academic standing and demonstrates involvement in campus activities. If, for any reason, the recipient leaves school, the remainder of the award will be forfeited.

    Criteria:

    • The application must a be a resident of Allegheny County
    • The applicant must be a high school senior who has been accepted at a college/university
    • The applicant’s cumulative gpa at the end of the first semester of their senior year must be 3.25 or greater
    • The award is based on a student’s academic achievement, community service/work experience, financial need, and interest in the history, architecture, and/or landscape design of the Pittsburgh region.
    • The applicant must write an essay (see the enclosed guidelines), provide a high school transcript, a copy of his/her college acceptance letter, and one letter of recommendation.
    • The applicant cannot be related to Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation Board members nor to board members of any of its affiliates or to any employees of any of those entities.

    Applications may be picked up in the guidance office or off of the website: www.phlf.org
    (click on EDUCATION, then LANDMARKS SCHOLARSHIP)
    They are to be mailed to:
    Louis Sturgess, Executive Director
    Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation
    100 West Station Square Drive, Suite 450
    Pittsburgh, PA15219-1134

    For any further information, please contact Louise Sturgess @ louise@phlf.org 412/471-5808 x 536

    PRFSD ANNUAL STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP
    Deadline: 04/30/2015

    The Pittsburgh Regional Food Service Directors is an organization of professionals committed to School Food Service. In recognition of the importance of well-educated professionals as part of the Food Service Industry, the Pittsburgh Food Service Directors Association will be awarding two $2500 scholarships: (1) The PRFSD Veronica Keener Memorial Scholarship; (2) The PRFSD Deborah Morrone Memorial Scholarship. Awardees will be chose from applicants meeting the following criteria:

    • Be a high school senior who will graduate in 2015.
  • Attend one of the PRFSD member’s school districts that are listed in the application packet.
  • Plan to attend, upon high school graduation, an institute of higher education majoring in a food service related field.
  • Submit an official transcript of high school grades.
  • The applicant must have at least a 3.0 grade average.
  • Submit a typed essay, 650 words or less, in a paragraph form explaining your interest in the Food Service profession and your primary educational and lifetime goals.
  • Submit a letter of recommendation from a faculty member and a person of the student’s choice.

    Failure to complete all of the above requirements will result in a disqualification. The Scholarship recipient will be announced in May, 2015.

    Application packets can be picked up in the Guidance Office and are to be returned along with your essay, proof of a 3.0 grade point average or better, and letters of recommendation postmarked no later than April 30, 2015 to:

    Mrs. Deb Kendra, Food Service Director
    Brentwood Borough School District
    3601 Brownsville Road
    Pittsburgh, PA 15227
    or Mr. Monte Maugle, Food Service Director
    Belle Vernon Area School District
    270 Crest Ave.
    Belle Vernon, PA 15012

  • BEULAH FREY ENVIRONMENTAL SCHOLARSHIP
    Deadline: 04/30/2015

    These scholarships are awarded to graduating high school seniors who are interested in furthering their studies in an environmentally-related field. Eligible seniors are those applying to two or four-year colleges and universities who are majoring in an environmental area of study. Over the past 15 years, ASWP has provided over $28,000.00 to help students defray the costs of college tuition.

    Scholarship applications, along, with policy & procedure, can be accessed directly from ASWP's website: www.aswp.org by following the “education” link.

    Irene S. and Harry Louik College Scholarship Fund Of The Pittsburgh Foundation
    Deadline: 05/01/2015
    Guidelines for the Barbara A. Walter Scholarship Fund - The Pittsburgh Foundation
    Deadline: 05/07/2015

    The Barbara A. Walter Scholarship Fund was created at The Pittsburgh Foundation to provide scholarships to accredited 4 year Colleges or Universities. Recipients of the scholarship are eligible for renewal all four years, provided student maintains GPA of 3.0. In order to apply for this scholarship a student must:

    1. Be a graduating High School Senior.
    2. Be a resident of, and attending school in, Allegheny County, PA
    3. Have a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
    4. Demonstrate financial need.
    5. Provide Official School Transcripts
    6. Write a one-page essay on “Where do you see yourself in ten years?”
    7. A Letter of Reference

    Final selection of the scholarship winners will be decided (subject to the approval of the Board of Directors of The Pittsburgh Foundation) by a Scholarship Advisory Committee of The Pittsburgh Foundation. The Advisory Committee consists of three to five persons from the community at large. No member of the Advisory Committee, or his or her immediate family, is eligible for scholarship assistance during his or her tenure on the Advisory Committee. The Pittsburgh Foundation shall notify the chosen scholarship recipient(s) of its decision. The scholarship payment will be made annually after The Pittsburgh Foundation's June Board Meeting, and after the selected student notifies the Foundation about the school he or she will be attending. Payment will be made to the school for the student.

    APPLICATIONS CAN BE PICKED UP IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.

    Guidelines for the Tracy A. and Kevin R. Walsh Scholarship Fund The Pittsburgh Foundation
    Deadline: 05/07/2015

    The Tracy A. and Kevin R. Walsh Scholarship Fund was created at The Pittsburgh Foundation to provide scholarships to accredited 4 year Colleges or Universities. Recipients of the scholarship are eligible for renewal all four years, provided student maintains GPA of 3.0. In order to apply for this scholarship a student must:

    1. Be a graduating High School Senior.
    2. Be a resident of, and attending school in, Allegheny County, PA
    3. Have a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
    4. Demonstrate financial need.
    5. Provide Official School Transcripts
    6. Write a one-page essay on how your education will help you make a difference in society.
    7. A Letter of Reference

    Final selection of the scholarship winners will be decided (subject to the approval of the Board of Directors of The Pittsburgh Foundation) by a Scholarship Advisory Committee of The Pittsburgh Foundation. The Advisory Committee consists of three to five persons from the community at large. No member of the Advisory Committee, or his or her immediate family, is eligible for scholarship assistance during his or her tenure on the Advisory Committee.
    The Pittsburgh Foundation shall notify the chosen scholarship recipient(s) of its decision. The scholarship payment will be made annually after The Pittsburgh Foundation's June Board Meeting, and after the selected student notifies the Foundation about the school he or she will be attending. Payment will be made to the school for the student.

    Applications can be picked up in the Guidance Office.

    ASPIRING ANIMATION ROFESSIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
    Deadline: 06/01/2015

    The goal for this scholarship is to promote animation and its related fields as a career path for young people and to encourage aspiring animation professionals to research and understand what a career in animation requires. Scholarships will be awarded to a high school senior who intends to pursue an animation related field at an accredited post-secondary school, has a demonstrable record of academic success and has a passion and drive for an animation and/or design related career. A single $1000 scholarship will be awarded.

    To submit your essay and application, or for more information, please visit their website @ www.AnimationCareerReview.com

    ASPIRING FASHION PROFESSIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
    Deadline: 06/01/2015

    This scholarship is to help promote fashion and its related fields as a career path for young people and to encourage aspiring fashion professionals to research and understand what a career in fashion requires. This program offers a single $1000 scholarship to a senior who intends to pursue a fashion related field at an accredited post-secondary school, have a demonstrable record of academic success and have a passion and drive for a fashion related career.

    For more information and to submit your essay and application online – visit www.fashion-schools.org

    ASPIRING PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEYS SCHOLARSHIP
    Deadline: 12/31/2015

    The Pearce Law Firm is offering this scholarship which is an opportunity for high school students in the state of Pennsylvania who have been accepted to a college or university and have aspirations of attending law school after college. This scholarship is intended to encourage and support outstanding achievement and leadership from future attorneys in the state of Pennsylvania.

    For an application and more information, please visit the website at www.thepearcelawfirm.com/aspiring-scholarship