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SPS Scholarship Bulletin

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Scholarships are a type or grant (monetary gift) for students use in paying for after high school training and college programs. Scholarships are available for students as early as Elementary and continue through Grad School. Federal and State programs provide over 46 billion dollars in student aid and private companies, community organizations, civic groups, foundations and religious organizations provide an additional 3 billion dollars in scholarships.

Find Scholarships

A comprehensive scholarship list can be found on Naviance (all SPS 6th-12th grade students have 24/7 access to Naviance) and the following websites.

Share a Scholarship

Are you aware of or sponsoring scholarships that are not on this list? Fill out our Scholarship Form to be added to Naviance.

11/30/2022 – Marion Huber Learning Through Listening Awards

Amount: $2000
Deadline: November 30
Seniors only: No

Learning Ally awards the top winners $6,000 each and special honors winners $2,000 each. All scholarship awardees must be capable and willing to publicly share their personal story and represent Learning Ally as a spokesperson and advocate at various local, virtual, and national events. Costs associated with these events will be covered by Learning Ally.

Eligibility:

Learning Ally members who are high school seniors with learning disabilities.

Marion Huber Learning Through Listening Awards

12/02/2022 – National Space Club Scholarship

Amount: $15,000
Deadline: December 2
Seniors only: Yes

Since 2013, The National Space Club and Foundation has offered the opportunity for a student to give the keynote address at the National Space Club and Foundation’s annual Goddard Memorial Dinner, one of the space industry’s most prestigious gatherings. The student must intend to pursue a career in the Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) fields, be academically strong and excel in public speaking.

In addition to speaking at the Goddard Memorial Dinner, the individual selected will also receive a scholarship, in the amount of $15,000. This scholarship is awarded to a U.S. citizen and is open to seniors in High School through graduate students studying at an accredited educational institution in the United States, who has definite plans to pursue a career in the STEM fields.

National Space Club Scholarship

12/31/2022 – Mary P. Oenslager Scholastic Achievement Award

Amount:  up to $6000
Deadline: December 31
Seniors only: Yes

Awards ranging from $1,000 to $6,000 will be given to qualifying students who are blind or visually impaired.

Mary P. Oenslager Scholastic Achievement

12/31/2022 – Vocational Training HQ’s Scholarship

Amount:  $3000 annually
Deadline: December 31
Seniors only: Yes

Each year Vocational Training HQ’s Scholarship offers three scholarships to students attending universities, colleges, and other academic and non-academic institutions in the U.S.

We are proud to award $3,000 annually to qualifying applicants.

Every year we select three applicants based on their essay and award them first, second, and third place grants.

Vocational Training Scholarship

01/01/2023 – Engineers of the Future Scholarship

Amount: up to $40,000
Deadline: January 1, 2023
Seniors only: Yes

With the rise of technology in our modern world, the study of engineering has become more demanding. Those who are smart and passionate enough to enter the field may come to find that attending the best engineering institutions isn’t cheap.

That’s why we want to award one lucky student up to $40,000 to further their education in engineering. We believe that money shouldn’t stop someone from pursuing their dream and making the world a better place. Those who have the knowledge and skills to build a career in engineering should have an equal opportunity to do so, despite their current financial situation.