Scholarships

CHECK THIS SITE OUT OFTEN! SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES ARE ROLLING IN!
Scholarships listed are first examined to make sure they are legitimate and a good match for PCHS students especially. However, don't limit your scholarship search to this site. Also, be sure you are looking on secure sites. Visit here for some helpful tips so not to waste your time.

Next Hoosier Education Generation Scholarship
Indiana for Higher Education has a scholarship for you if you are interested in being a teacher.  

200 students interested in teaching a scholarship of $7,500 (renewable up to four years) in exchange for agreeing to teach in Indiana for 5 consecutive years after graduation. Students interested in applying must be in the top 20% of their class or have a top 20% ACT/SAT score to qualify, and submit a complete the nomination form via the online application. Applications will be accepted in ScholarTrack until November 30, 2018.

Students with Disabilities
Wells Fargo offers a scholarship through Dollars for Scholars/Scholarship America
Minimum GPA 3.0, Registration deadline is 12/6/18.
Click here for more information.

IdentiMap
has 10 $1000 scholarships available.  It is available to juniors and seniors.  A 200-205 word essay is required.
More information is available on their site.

Zip Recruiter is offering a $3,000 scholarship. Check out details here: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/scholarship
Zip Recruiter also is helpful finding jobs. Check it out!

Right to Life Southwest Indiana
11th and 12th graders: Oratory Scholarship
Any high school students: Art Scholarship Contest
1st place for each $1000, 2nd- $500
VISIT WWW.RTLSWIN.ORG FOR MORE INFORMATION
You may also see your speech or art teacher.

Tropicana Evansville, Project 21
$2,000 Scholarship
Deadline for submission is April 5, 2019
Enter by submitting an essay (have published in student newspaper), poster (display for 2 weeks in high school before hand), or a video (played before 50+students).
There are many details pertaining to the projects and submission.
Please see the Guidance Counseling Office for more information.


PRINCETON AREA DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS

Don't wait! Students can begin their working profile anytime! Students are most likely to get a scholarship with applications completed to their entirety. Don't know what your are going to college for or not sure if you will be going to college, complete a DFS application anyway. You never know what is in your near future. Apply today at http://scholarshipamerica.org. Be sure you enter Princeton Community High School as your current school. Best wishes!  Click here for the Princeton Area Dollars for Scholars website!

StudentScholarships.org
Check out this site for multiple scholarships!  There are 15 programs and over 600 scholarships available. You will need to register to view all programs.  Some of them are: Elks Most Valuable Student Competition, National Space Club Scholarship, Look Twice Save A Life, and Burger King. 

VINCENNES UNIVERSITY HAS MANY SCHOLARSHIPS TO OFFER!
VAL SAL FOR FULL TUITION

PRESIDENTIAL (TOP 25% CLASS RANK)
BLUE AND GOLD (TOP 50%)
ACADEMIC AND TECHNICAL HONORS ($1,250/YR SCHOLARSHIP)

INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
NETWORKS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
THE SCOTT COLLEGE OF BUSINESS OFFERS A FULL IN-STATE SCHOLARSHIP FOR FOUR YEARS
MAY ALSO RECEIVE $3,000 TOWARD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND A LAPTOP. PAID INTERNSHIPS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE.
VISIT INDSTATE.EDU/NETWORKS

ISU SCOTT COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Gongaware Scholarship 
Full in-state tuition
Criteria: GPA 3.5, 1140 SAT, or 23 ACT, top 15% of your class
For more information visit: www.indstate.edu/gongaware



Knights of Pythias Educational Assitance offers 12 scholarships.
Applications available at www.knightsofpythiasofnewcastle.com  and cannot be handwritten.
Requirements: minimum GPA 3.0, have SAT or ACT scores, have registered with a college prior to disbursement of funds, application postmarked by 1/25/19, short essay of 600 words or less regarding need for financial help.


THE JACK KENT COOKE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION IS AVAILABLE THROUGH THE COMMON APP.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION!  ELIGIBILITY:  3.5 GPA, GRADUATE SPRING 2019, SAT 1200 OR ACT 26

Want a website that is one application for multiple scholarships?
Try Going Merry!  It works like the Common Application for college applications, except that it is scholarships! Check it out here!

College Board offers many scholarships for the graduating class of 2020.  For more information visit here.


Hagan (need-based) Scholarships for rural students: recipients must graduate from a public high school located in  county in the US.  Scholarships are up to $6,000 per semester. For more information visit www.hsfmo.org.  The deadline is 11/15/18 at 5pm CST.

Ever thought about the University of Dayton? Are you very committed to your community? If "yes" for both, let your guidance counselor know so you can be nominated for a U of D scholarship, Leadership in Service.



Grades 5-12
Have you volunteered numerous hours in the community?  You could earn a Prudential Spirit of Community Award through the National Association of Secondary Principals.  Last year Justin Niederhaus and Riley Slinker were recognized through the NASSP and Prudential. Deadline is 11/6/18. Applications are available at nassp.org/spirit or spirit.prudential.com

Check out this site for scholarships and college planning: COLLEGE COVERED BY DISCOVER!

New Scholarship resource: https://www.reviews.com/best-scholarship-search-platforms/
Gibson County Community Foundation offers multiple scholarships!
Check out
http://www.communityfoundationalliance.org  Apply today! Go to Scholarship seekers, then Opportunities to apply.



Ever thought about Co-op as a college option?
Get work experience while going to college. For more information see the Guidance Counseling Office or visit:
www.waceinc.org

IU Cox Scholarships
There are six different scholarships through Cox Scholars.
Check out more information here: go.iu.edu/coxscholars

Search Engine for Scholarships provided by LendEDU. Information you can find on the site includes: Different Types of Scholarships Available
Applying for Scholarships
Essay Tips
Letters of Recommendation Tips
Spotting Scholarship Scams
Find out more at: https://lendedu.com/blog/scholarships/


VU Bound Students

Be sure to apply for scholarships through VU Alumni Association.
Visit this site for more details: http://alumni.vinu.edu/s/1390/index.aspx?sid=1390&gid=1&pgid=351


INvested offers college and career resources in addition to scholarships. Visit https://www.investedindiana.org

http://www.studentscholarships.org

This site lists multiple scholarships available to students grades 10 through 12. Particular scholarships are: Coca-Cola, VIP, College Jumpstart, YDI, 2016 Scholarship Points, E-Waste Scholarships, Paradigm Challenge, LGMD Awareness, Mark A. Forester, 10 Words or Less Scholarship, Elks Most Valuable, and so many more.


IVY TECH Scholarship for any college-bound student
For the fifth consecutive year – students in the Princeton area who would like to go to college – will have the opportunity for a scholarship.
The Dr. Z. Olen & Inez G. Pumphrey Scholarship will award $6,000 this year to Ivy Tech students.
Students must be degree seeking and enrolled in at least one course at the Ivy Tech Princeton Instructional site.
To be considered for this scholarship and others, students must first enroll for classes.
For more information on scholarships available to Ivy Tech Southwest students visit https://www.ivytech.edu/financial-aid/scholarships.html.



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