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The Glennallen School PTO Scholarship will recognize one senior from the Class of 2014 with a $500 scholarship. Applications are due May 2nd. Please find application information below. Due May 2nd!
This scholarship is based upon a combination of merit and need. You must have a minimum 2.5 GPA or higher. It can be used at colleges, universities, and technical and trade schools. Please find the application information below. Due March 31st.
Here are some links with great FAFSA information for students and parents!
7 Things You Need Before You Fill Out the FAFSA (click here)
6 Steps for Filling Out the FAFSA (click here)
5 Reasons You Should Complete the FAFSA (click here)
7 Myths About the FAFSA and Applying for Financial Aid (click here)
7 Common FAFSA Mistakes (click here)
This scholarship is available to high school seniors in the Matanuska Susitna Valley as well as students currently enrolled in an ag-related program at Mat Su College. Students outside the Matanuska Susitna Valley are eligible to apply for the agriculture related field scholarship only. Click here for more information. Due March 21.
The ACLU of Alaska invites high school seniors, college, and vocational students to apply for a $2,500 scholarship to support their studies. Given in the memory of Joan Hamilton, a former ACLU of Alaska board member, this scholarship is awarded to a student who wishes to pursue a law-related career to advocate for Alaska Native rights and to defend the constitutional rights and civil liberties of the peoples of rural Alaska. Click here for more information. Due March 28th.
Eligibility: Graduating Alaska High School Seniors who will be enrolled as a full time college student for the Fall 2014 semester in a curriculum leading to an undergraduate degree in engineering, including petroleum, chemical, mechanical, electrical, environmental or civil, or an earth sciences field, and intend to seek future employment in the petroleum industry. Click here for application information. Due March 19th.
In 2014, the CVEA Community Foundation will award $8,000 in educational and leadership scholarships. $3,000 will be awarded in General Scholarships with a $1,000 and a $500 general scholarship available in each district. Additionally, one $500 community college scholarship will be awarded in each district. Finally, the Foundation will also award a youth leadership scholarship for one sophomore or junior in each district to attend the Idaho Youth Rally Leadership Camp. You can obtain application information by clicking here. The application deadline for all scholarships is 5 p.m., Friday February 14, 2014.
Completing the Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the first step toward getting financial aid for college or career/vocational school. The FAFSA is free; get starting by clicking here. A great goal is to complete it by SuperBowl Sunday (February 2nd)!
Seniors-this is a reminder about the financial aid night coming up. On Monday, January 20th, Barbara Mongar from the Alaska Commission on Post-Secondary Education will be here. She will present information on the Free Application For Federal Student Aid, the Alaska Performance Scholarship, and other aid programs. The FAFSA is a document that seniors who plan to go on for any level of college training next year must complete. Parents of all students are welcome to attend. She will be at Glennallen School, and we will broadcast via VTC to Slana and Kenny Lake Schools. The presentation will start at 6 pm in the computer lab.