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  • Students should apply for ALL local scholarships Your chances are much greater of being selected. HS Counselors handout local scholarships. All others are online.

  • Checkout MES and FAME websites for Maine scholarships! See below!

  • There are MANY more scholarships out there..... you just have to find them. Start looking online or talk to people in your field of study to inquire about what is available.















Horatio Alger Scholarship

Bridge To Hope Breast Cancer Awareness Walk Scholarship

SunEdison Scholarship Program (Formerly First Wind)

Katahdin Federal Credit Union

BK Scholars (Online)

GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program

ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers)

The USM Pioneers

USM – Creating Maine’s Future Presidential Scholarships

Hood Good Sport Scholarship

Elks Legacy Award

Clyde Russell Scholarship **Post-marked by 2/1

KFC’s Colonel’s Scholars

A.Leigh Phillips Scholarship

Lou Fontana Scholarship

Best Buy

Jeffrey S. Parola Foundation

ACG of Maine

Scholarship America Dollars for Scholars – Community Volunteer Service Award

Maine Innkeepers Association

Maine Potato Board

Carl Robert Langley Scholarship

Ruffed Grouse Society Scholarship

Mitchell Scholarship

American Society of Military Comptrollers – The Robert J. Poiesz Memorial Scholarship


MEDEA – Maine Driver Education Association

Chet Jordan Scholarship

Maine Chiefs of Police

Buick Achievers www.BUICKACHIEVERS.COM

MES Foundation -Maine Legislative Memorial Scholarship

-Maine Chamber of Commerce

-Maine Metal Products Association

Crystal Centennial Scholarship

Maine State Golf Association

Ricker Scholarship (Post-marked no later than 4th Friday in April)

Maine State Grange

Rachel E.Lemieux Youth Scholarship – Maine Business & Professional Women’s Club


Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship

Maine Masonic Scholarship Program

The County FCU

FAME – Educators for Maine

FAME – Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship

American Legion, Department of Maine Children & Youth Scholarship

American Legion, Past Commander’s Club, James V. Day Scholarship

FAME – Quality Child Care Education Scholarship

Educators for Maine

Shaw-Worth Memorial Scholarship

Maine Metal Products Association Education Fund

Maine Sports Legends Scholar Athlete

FANWR (Friends of the Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge) Scholarship

FAME – ME Dental Education Loan Program

Emma Milliken Memorial Hospital


- 2 Maine students (1 Jr, 1 Sr) to blog about their college search process. -If chosen, must submit min of 6 blogs starting Oct.2013 -$2,000

-U.S. Citizen -Pursuing degree at accredited US institution -3.00 GPA at the end of Junior year

-Excel in academics -Participate in sports -Involved in community & extracurricular activities

Pursuing bachelor degree -$55,000 or lower adjusted gross income -co-curricular & community service

-2.0 GPA & US Citizen

-Experienced a family member being diagnosed with cancer or if they have participated in the walk is eligible. -Application & Essay

-Distinguished through volunteer work

Scholarship Search - Due dates vary depending on the scholarship

-H.S. Senior -Completed folder including; application, essay, transcript, test scores, counselor report, exhibits

2.75 GPA - Academic performance, work experience, school & community activities & 300 word essay - Major in Sciences and/or technology

Parent or child has to be a member & fill out scholarship application -$300.00 x 3 students @ SACS

- Seniors, employees or children of BURGER KING employees

-Demonstrate leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship -$10,000 scholarship (renewable for 4 years)

- 2, $2,000 scholarships - performance @ school, extracurricular activities, letters of recommendation & personal statement - Proof of enrollment in a four year ABET Civil Engineering program

- ME residents

- 4 year scholarship covering tuition and fees for any one approved STEM major, laptop computer, paid internships, select housing, faculty mentors - Science, Technology, Engineering & Math - SAT – 650 or higher & B+ or higher in all science & math in high school

- 2 scholarships awarded - $5,000/year for 4 years - Scholastic achievement, leadership, exceptional personal qualities

- SAT Combined (CR & M) of 1100, 3.67 GPA or higher

- nominated by guidance or principal

-New England Scholarship $5000 -Play varsity sport -3.0 GPA or higher

-Community Service

Child/grandchild of a living Elk

4 year college awards & Maine community college awards -tuition, room, board, books & fees ($10,000/$2,000) -personal traits & qualities, extra-curricular activities, community activities, academic ability & motivation & personal goals & objectives.

-2.75 GPA -Enroll in public Maine college or university -Plan to pursue bachelor’s degree

-Demonstrate financial need

-Student with a disability -Going on to post-secondary education -Exceptional achievement in one of the following areas; Academics, extra-curricular, leadership, volunteerism, work ethic, ability to deal with adversity


-GPA -Work experience with people with disabilities -Resume

-“Statement of Commitment” to working with students with disabilities

- Solid grades - Community Service or work experience - 1200 students will receive $1,000

-Criminal Justice -Law Enforcement

-Associated General Contractors of ME -Construction, Welding - $500 - $4,000 in awards

-Volunteer -Academic achievement -Work experience

-School activities

- Hospitality/Hotel Administration or Culinary - $500 - $2,500 - School record, financial need, employment history, extracurricular activities and desire to go into hospitality industry

-Agriculture/Agri-business or Natural Resources - $500.00

-$2,000 – 4 year scholarship -Aroostook County -affected by catastrophic illness of family member or friend

-250 word essay


-Academic promise/potential -Community Service -Financial Need

- $6,000

- One Senior from every public high school in Maine

- Attending college in Maine

-Outstanding Senior -Entering college or university full time -majoring in financial/resource management, business administration, economics, public administration, computer science, accounting or finance.

-4 scholarships - $2000, $1000, $500(2)

-College in the County Scholarship ⁃ UMPI, UMFK, NMCC ⁃ $1,000/year – 4 years

-Have taken Driver Education (must have course completion card) -Clean driving record -Maine resident

-2X$500.00 scholarship

-Law Enforcement

-Major in science, technology, engineering, Math, Business Administration, Finance, Marketing or Design

-anyone, one winner from each county $1,000

-business or technical

-machine trades or metal working

-Crystal resident for 5 years

-good character, golf participation, academic performance, and financial need.

-90 or higher grades (top ¼ of class) -$1500 – 4 year scholarship - Must be accepted in an area of study

- Participate in non-academic activities

- Good citizen

-Agriculture -$500.00

- Female Senior Students - Maine residents - Financial need

- $1500

See your school counselor for application or click here!

-5 x $500 Scholarships

-Must have played AYBL 1 year

Renewable, 4-year scholarships – display academic excellence, sense of service, good character, strong work ethic.

-Leadership -Citizenship -Financial Need

-Scholastic Achievement


-We select locally

-Become member -$1,000.00 –paid to college after 1st semester

If you go to the FAME website, there are 100's of scholarships to search for based on your criteria.

-ME resident -Enrolled in an accredited college or vocational/technical school -Good character

-Believes in the American way of life

-Financial need

-Parent/grandparent a current member of an American Legion Post in ME

-Need based -must be enrolled in an eligible course in early childhood education at an institution. -$2,000.00

-Teacher education -Education, including speech pathology or child care provider qualifications -ME resident

-3.0 GPA

-Animal Care

-Maine resident applied into precision machining technology, manufacturing technology, welding or engineering at a Maine college/university - up to $2,000 -positive attitude, self-motivated, seriousness of intent, demonstrated ability in above field & high school records

-Credentials and accomplishments -$500.00 -Evidence of community service and extra-curricular participation

- 1, $250 Scholarship - Attend a college as a full-time student - Special consideration – student who enters field directly related to fish and wildlife management, environmental education, conservation or related fields

-Forgivable Loan for Maine residents pursuing dental education and practice in an underserved area

-2.5 GPA or higher -SACS or KHS -Medical Profession