The Hispanic Heritage Foundation is offering Youth Awards to students from the class of 2018 who have accomplishments to boast of in the classroom, community and for their focus in various educational categories such as Business & Entrepreneurship, Community Service, Education, Healthcare & Science, Media & Entertainment, Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM). The application deadline is Monday, October 2nd, 2017.  Please go to info@hispanicheritage.org or call202-861-9797 with any questions.

PRSA Marcia Silverman Minority Student Award grants $5,000 to African-American/Black, Hispanic/Latino, Asian, Native American, Alaskan Native or Pacific Islander ancestry citizens who are enrolled in a journalism program, public relations studies or courses preparing for a career in public relations.  Deadline for applications is May 26, 2017.  Use this link to get more information on applications and answer questions you may have: http://usascholarships.com/prsa-marcia-silverman-minority-student-award/?PR=1.

National Hispanic Cultural Center
is offering the Herrera Internship that provides scholarships to Hispanic, female students who complete an internship with the NHCC.  Must be a High School senior or undergraduate student in good standing who has resided in NM for at least a year. Preference may be given to first generation college students.  Deadline for applications is mid-May for awards to be granted in June of each year.  Please refer to http://www.nhccnm.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Herrera-Internship-Endowment-Application-FINAL32017.pdf for application and to answer further questions.

Michael S. Currier Scholarship Fund
offers renewable scholarships to low income students from Northern NM (Santa Fe, Taos, Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel or Los Alamos counties) who maintain a minimum of 3.0 GPA and are pursuing an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution and who demonstrate exceptional talent, innovative thinking &/or creative thinking in a specific field of study.  The application window falls between February and mid-April each year for the following school year.  For specific dates, application procedures and other questions, please contact Diane Hamamota at the SF Community Foundation at dhamamoto@santafecf.org or 988-9715 ext. 7008.

American Educational Guidance Center
maintains a website with
scholarships guaranteed by nearly 100 colleges to students who meet the individual listed criteria for each.  No essays, projects, recommendations or other secondary criteria are required and, in almost all cases, there are no limits to the number of scholarships awarded.  Students who meet the published criteria for a scholarship and attend the college offering it receive it...no ands, ifs or buts!  There is no charge for the use of this site and they never collect student information of any kind.  For more information visit http://www.guaranteed-scholarships.com.

Fall Colors Foundation
is offering a $2,500 scholarship to be paid directly to the institution of the winner's choice on behalf of any current female High School Senior that produces the winning essay on Women In Technology.  Deadline for application is May 1, 2017 (winner announced May 31). For the application and more details on the essay requirements, go to http://fallingcolorsfoundation.org/index.html.

Generation Google Scholarship
is a $10,000 scholarship for current high school seniors from an underrepresented group in computer science (African American, Hispanic, American Indian, Filipino/Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Female, or a Person with a Disability) with a strong record of academic achievement who intend to be enrolled in or accepted as a full-time student at a university in the US or Canada for the 2017-2018 school year and intend to pursue a computer science or computer engineering degree, or a degree in a closely related technical field.  Application deadline is Thursday, March 2, 2017.  For more information, please go to
https://www.google.com/edu/scholarships/the-generation-google-scholarship/.

Contract for a Better Tomorrow
(CBT)
is a performance based scholarship for first generation College students who are currently enrolled in at least 9 hours at SFCC to help complete and graduate from one of SFCC's certificate or associate degree programs.  For a complete list of eligibility requirements please contact Dr. Valerie Grimley, Student Employment Manager/American Indian Student Outreach Coordinator for SFCC at 428-1285 or email her at valerie.grimley@sfcc.edu.

Hispanic Scholarship Fund
is offering scholarships from $500 to $5,000 for Hispanic students who are US citizens and maintain a 3.0 or better GPA (for High School students, 2.5 or better for College or Graduate students) and who plan to enroll Full-Time in an accredited, not-for-profit, 4-year university, or graduate school, during the FALL of a school year.  Deadline for applications is March 30.  Please go to https://www.hsf.net/scholarships for more information.

Getttysburg College
with help from the National Science Foundation (NSF), is offering a STEM scholarship program for 1st year students who would like to attend Gettysburg College and are interested in STEM fields (Biology, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics). STEM Scholars will have their full demonstrated financial need met for all four years with no loans, and have the opportunity to:  1) Attend a STEM-focused pre-orientation workshop with other STEM Scholars, 2) Enroll in an exclusive First-Year Seminar taught by STEM faculty, 3) Participate in bi-monthly luncheons with STEM faculty and a variety of learning activities on and off campus, 4) Take advantage of various STEM offerings, including faculty-student research, peer-mentoring, preferential residence in Gettysburg College's Science House, and internship opportunities with industrial partners. Deadline for Regular Decision admission (using the Common Application) is January 15, and students should file both the CSS Financial Aid Profile and FAFSA by January 15.  Please check http://www.gettysburg.edu/s-stem/ for more information.

Scholarships for Undocumented Students!
  Please check the following 4 websites for various scholarship opportunities and general information for Undocumented Students who would like to attend College in the USA:

http://genprogress.org/about/scholarships-for-undocumented-students-2/

http://www.goldendoorscholars.org/

http://www.maldef.org/

http://unitedwedream.org/blog/6-scholarship-opportunities-undocumented-students/

Optimist International sponsors 3 scholarship contests for students; the Communication Contest for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (CCDHH), the Essay Contest and the Oratorical Contest.  Go to http://www.optimist.org/e/member/scholarships1.cfm for eligibility details and deadlines on the various contests.

WACE National Co-op Scholarship Program
will award up to 175 merit co-op scholarships totaling $4.5 million to High School seniors and transfer students with a 3.5 GPA or better who plan to participate in college cooperative education at one of their Partner Institutions.  Apply for the 2017-2018 academic year at one of the WACE Partner Institutions.  For a list of the participating institutions, their various deadlines and application information, please go to www.waceinc.org.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation offers up to $40,000 per year for 4 years of undergraduate study at any accredited college or university to high achieving students with financial need.  The 2017 application window opens Friday, September 30, 2016.  Go to www.jkcf.org/scholarship-programs/college-scholarship for further information or call 800-941-3300.
The Santa Fe Community Foundation is accepting applications for the Michael S. Currier Memorial Scholarship Fund, which provides renewable scholarships to help offset the cost of tuition, fees, books and living expenses for low-income students that live in Santa fe or one of the surrounding 5 counties who plan to pursue an undergraduate degree at an accredited 4-yr institution this coming Fall.  Deadline for applications is Friday, April 29, 2016.  Please go to www.santafecf.org or call (505) 988-9715, ext. 7008 for further information and an application.

LULAC National Educational Service Centers (LNESC), with the support of the ExxonMobil Corporation, will award one national scholarship of $20,000 (paid over four years), and twelve $2,000 regional scholarships to qualified Latino high school seniors who plan to pursue a degree in engineering at U. S. post-secondary institutions. Applicants must be Hispanic students in their Senior year of High School on track for graduation with a GPA of 3.5 or better, reside within Albuquerque, NM or the surrounding area, be a US citizen or have the right to work in the U.S. without sponsorship, have scored a 29 or higher on the ACT test or a 1350 on the SAT's. Deadline for applications is May 6, 2016.  For more information go to http://www.lnesc.org/#!exxonmobillnesc-scholarship/c1m36 or contact Mariana Moron at mmoron@LNESC.org

Varsity Tutors holds a monthly $1,000 college scholarship contest where students write an essay in response to a monthly prompt.  They essays are then voted on through social media each month.  Go to http://www.varsitytutors.com/college-scholarship for more information and to enter.

NStec (National Security Technologies. LLC) is offering a $5000 scholarship to graduating seniors going into STEM majors.  Please go to http://www2.nstec.com/Documents/extweb/special/ES_NewMexico.pdf for more information and/or contact Morris Kaufman at 505 663-2034.  Applicaton deadline is April 24, 2016.

Quest Bridge offers full 4-yr scholarships or generous aid plus additional guidance and assistance to low income Juniors with roughly a 3.5 GPA in order to facilitate attending the nations' best colleges. Students admitted through National College Match receive a full-ride scholarship to their "matched" Questbridge partner college.  Finalists who are not matched receive fee waivers when applying to partner schools and have the option of forwarding their Questbridge application either as a supplement to, or in lieu of, their common application.  Princeton, Stanford, The University of Chicago, and Pomona are some of the partner schools.  For free online application go to http://www.questbridge.org/.  Application deadline is September 27, 2016 this year. Check website for future Spring deadlines.
Entertainment Software Association (ESA) provides scholarships to women and minority students who aspire to work in the video game industry.  The application process for these scholarships opens February 1 and ends on April 1, 2016. The application portal can be found on the ESA Foundation website.
HotelsCheap.org offers $1,500 twice annually in the Spring and Fall of each year for U.S. students at least 16 yrs old who are committed to earning a college degree from a 2yr, 4yr or graduate program in any accredited college, university or private institution.  Fall semester deadline is October 15, Spring deadline is April 15.  For an application and more information go to:  http://www.hotelscheap.org/scholarship.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) In the 2015-2016 scholarship cycle, HSF selected more than 4,400 Hispanic students with at least a 3.0 GPA who have ambitions of attending  an accredited 4-year university full-time  in the fall of the desired scholarship year.  The HSF application opens January 1st and allows students to apply for multiple scholarships with one application!  Awards range from $500-$5,000 and may be used for the institution and major of choice.  Go to http://www.reservationcounter.com/scholarships/ for more information.   Application Deadline is March 30th.
ReservationCounter.com Scholarship Award program offers $1,500 twice annually in the Spring and Fall of each year on a need basis for U.S. students enrolled in colleges, universities and private institutions.  The Spring 2016 General Scholarship Award opportunity is now available and accepting student applications through April 15, 2016.  For an application and more information go to: 
http://www.reservationcounter.com/scholarships/.
The Credit Union Association of NM is offering $1,000 scholarships to NM residents who are full time students attending (or planning to attend) accredited vocational or technical schools, colleges or universities in New Mexico.  There is a GPA requirement among a few other criteria.  Please go to http://www.cuanm.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=90&Itemid=197 for more information.
NAEHCY LeTendre Fund Scholarship  is offering scholarships for homeless students who have " beat all the odds and deserve a chance to obtain a higher education."  For more information please go to http://naehcy.org/letendre-scholarship-fund/about-the-fund.  Application deadline is June 19, 5:00 PM EST.

Montezuma Lodge No. 1, A.F. & A.M is offering several $2,000 scholarships for any High School Senior in the Santa Fe area to help with1st year of college.  For more details and application information, go to: http://montezumalodge.org/college_assistance_grant_program.php, and/or contact Richard Mares at (505)988-5585 or write to 431 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501. Deadline to submit application is end of May.  For specific date on a given year, please check website.

NMBio  Announces a $1000 Scholarship for 2015 Graduates who are U.S. citizens or are permanent U.S. residents with a green card who plan to major as a full-time student in an area that will lead to a career in a biotechnology or biomedical field.  Students must be graduating from an accredited public or private High School, have been a NM resident for a minimum of one year, and have been accepted accepted to a 2 or 4 year accredited NM college.  Application deadline is June 1, 2015.  For application and more information go to https://files.ctctcdn.com/d63ef079001/7689fc9b-e5e1-4068-a655-8b93e2e82163.pdf.
NMASBO (New Mexico Association of School Business Officials)   offers six to ten $1,500 scholarships (a minimum of one from each region) to deserving New Mexico high school seniors across the state every year. All the regional applicants must demonstrate to the committee financial need and purpose for the scholarship.  In addition, in 2015, the scholarship committee will be selecting one applicant from the scholarship pool to receive the fifth Annual Joni Heinsohn memorial scholarship for $2,500.  Deadline for application is Friday, March 6, 2015.  For further information go to http://www.nmasbo.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageID=3296.

National Co-op Scholarship Program is for students with a High School GPA of 3.5 or better and intend on going to one of the 11 WACE Partner Institutions (Clarkson U, Drexel U, Johnson & Wales U, Kettering U, Merrimack College, Rochester Inst of Technology, State U of NY Oswego, U of Cincinnati, U of Massachusetts Lowell, The U of Toledo, Wentworth Inst of Technology) in 2015-16. Application deadline is Feb. 15, 2015.  For general questions contact Marty Ford at marty_ford@uml.edu &/or go to their website:  www.waceinc.org.

Tuition Funding Sources (TSF)  is a database sponsored by Wells Fargo that has access to over 7 million scholarships totaling more than $41 billion to help pay for college.  Go to tuitionfundingsources.com to create your own personal profile and help you find scholarships that match your education and career goals.

Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation Fund  offers tuition help ranging from $1,000 to $30,000 to Northern NM students (Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Rio Arriba, Taos, San Miguel, Sandoval or Mora counties) aiming to pursue a 4-yr college degree.  Awards are based on academic performance, leadership potential, critical thinking skills and career goals.  Financial need, diversity and regional representation are also part of the selection process. Students interested in scientific or other careers may be linked with internships at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Deadline for applications is generally mid-January.  For specific date of a given year and further information, go to the website at www.lanlfoundation.org.

FASTWEB is a comprehensive database with more than a million scholarship listings.  A free account gives students access to many resources and scholarships.  visit www.fastweb.com for more information.

Gates Millennium Scholars Program  is for African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American or Hispanic students with a GED diploma or minimum of 3.3 GPA and is a U.S. citizen, U.S. permanent resident, or foreign national.  It covers all unmet need and self-help aid and provides funds for graduate school in certain fields.  Deadline is mid-January.  For specific deadline date of a given year and to find out more, go to www.gmsp.org to find out more.

Ronald McDonald House Charities  has a variety of awards for students of varying situations.  Deadlines have not been released but applications will start being taken in the fall of 2014.  Please visit www.rmhc.org/rmhc-us-scholarships for more information.

Daniel's Scholarship Program  covers unmet financial need for HS seniors who demonstrate exceptional character, leadership, and a commitment to serving their communities.  Students must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident in Colorado, NM Utah or Wyoming, and a High School Senior graduating from a school in one of those states.  He or she must earn a 17 or higher on the ACT Composite, with no component score (Math, English, Reading, Science) lower than 17, OR a combined Math and Critical Reading score on the SAT of 830 or better (with Math no lower than 400 and Critical Reading no lower than 440). Financial need is a component of our selection process.  Students will again be required to complete the FAFSA as the first step in determining their eligibility to apply for the Daniels Scholarship Program.  An equal number of young men and young women from designated regions within our four states will be selected, meaning that students are only competing against students of the same gender from within their region in their state. The application period for the 2018 Daniels Scholarship Program will be September 29, 2017 – November 30, 2017.  For specific deadline dates of a given year and more information, please go to www.danielsfund.org.
Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation  awards $10,000-20,000 to its recipients each year.  Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 by the end of Junior year.  Students are recognized for their capacity to lead and serve, and their commitment to making a significant impact on their schools and communities.  Awards vary but can be used over a period of 6 years. Deadline for application is end of October.  More information at www.coca-colascholarshipfoundation.org.  (1-800-306-2653)
Horatio Alger Association offers $7,000 for the NM Scholarship Program and $22,000 for the National Scholarship Program to U.S. citizens with a minimum of 2.0 GPA and demonstrated "critical" financial need.  Deadline is Oct. 25, 2014.  For more information visit www.horatioalger.org/scholarships.  
New Mexico Credit Union Education Foundation  offers one-year scholarships in an amount to be determined by the Foundation Board of Directors annually (need to re-apply each year).  You must be a NM student who currently attends an accredited NM college or university. For eligibility requirements please contact NNMSEFCU at 982-3802 or 1-800-230-6928.  Applications can be picked up at your credit union.  They need to be filled out, sent to NM Credit Union Education Foundation, 4200 Wolcott Ave. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109.  Deadline is usually around the 3rd week in February.  Check website for this year's deadline.

Martin Luther King Jr. Drum Major for Justice Competition  is for all HS juniors (amount to be determined).  For more information and to register on line, go to the NBA website, http://www.nationalbar.org/MLKregistration.  Deadline to register  is March 31, 2014. 

Martin Luther King Jr. Essay Contest  is for HS juniors and seniors who plan to attend college upon graduation.  Win up to $5,000 for college AND a free 3-day, 2-night trip to Atlanta, GA.  Applicants submit a 1,000 word or less essay on a specific question.   For more information and to submit essay, write to Aja Brooks, President NM Black Lawyers Association at nmblacklawyers@gmail.com.  Deadline to submit essay is March 31, 2014.

Congress-Bundestag Vocational Youth Exchange Program Scholarship  sends 25 high school graduates each year to Germany for a year to live with a host family, participate in a school or training program, and get hands-on work experience through an internship with a German company.  Application deadline is January 31, 2014.  Please contact Susan Franck at 800-662-3553, ext. 603 or at sfranck@nacelopendoor.org for more information.

Betty Montoya Gift Of Life Scholarship  $1,000 scholarship being offered by two organizations supporting organ and tissue donation. Must be a NM High School senior with a 2.0 GPA or better and planning on attending a 2-4 yr college, university, vocational or technical school.  Winners are chosen based on a 3-page essay they need to write on Organ and/or Tissue Donation.  Deadline is February 14, 2014.  For application downloads and instructions go to www.otapnm.org or email questions to otapscholarships@hotmail.com.

The Herff Jones Believe in You Scholarship & Principal's Award  is for a Senior nominated by his/her school principal based on leadership, academic performance and community service. Once the student is nominated, he/she will be asked to write a response to an essay question which will be reviewed in the spring for the final selection to win a $2,000 to $12,000 scholarship.  Totally administered online.  Deadline is February 8, 2014.  Call 855-670-4787 or go to herffjones.com/biuscholarship for more information.

Epsilon Sigma Alpha International Foundation Program  has a scholarship/grant finding service on it's website for various types of students.  Go to www.epsilonsigmaalpha.org and click on Scholarships & Grants to learn more.

Lexus Eco Challenge for Teachers & Students  Led by a teacher or advisor, teams of 5-10 students compete for $10,000 to $30,000 in scholarships and grants by taking on one of two challenges; the first (registration Sept 2- Oct. 7) focuses on land and water, the 2nd (registration from Oct. 14 to Nov. 11) focuses on air and climate.  More information can be found by going to http://lexus.scholastic.com/.

2014 Technology, Culture and Society Competition for High School Students is for students who would like to attend NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering.  It involves a competition where teams of 1 to 3 students compete in any of 3 different categories for scholarships ranging from $4,000 ($1,000/yr) to $20,000 ($5,000/yr) as well as varying awards to the students' High Schools.  Scholarships are exclusive to NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering.  The 3 categories are Sustainable Urban Environments, Science and Technology Studies, and Integrated Digital Media.  There are two deadlines for the steps in this process starting with Mentors Registering students to receive questions on Oct. 13, 2013, then students submit proposals Dec. 2, 2013.  

Sustainable urban Environments  Teams submit a research paper or video to propose ways that cities in NY and NJ should change the design and planning of roads, buildings, infrastructure and coasts, communication or other systems to minimize damage from major storms like Hurricane Sandy in the future.

Science and Technology Studies  Teams submit a research paper that discusses the ethical, legal and social implications of the use of technology in addressing one issue in healthcare.

Integrated Digital Media  Teams submit a video of the coolest thing they have created.  Creations must use some form of digital technology (app, short film, website, robot, LED project, 3D graphics, interface design, code experiment, sound design, audio project, etc.).

Visit www.poly.edu/tcscompetition for more information.  Or call 718-637-5955.

Jackie Robinson Foundation  Awards $7,500 per year.  Eligibility requirements:  This scholarship is for a minority student who is a graduating senior, a U.S. citizen, and plans to attend an accredited 4-year college or university in the U.S. and have a minimum SAT score of 1,000 (combined Math and Reading) or a composite ACT score of 21, among other requirements.    Visit www.jackierobinson.org for more information.

Buick Achievers Scholarship Program  Awards up to $25,000 per year for the first 100 first-time freshmen or existing college students, renewable for up to 4 years. Eligibility requirements:  This is only available to students planning specific majors in science/technology, design or business.  Student must be a U.S. citizen who is planning on enrolling full-time in a 4-year undergraduate college or university in the following year and is interested in a career in the automotive industry.  Special consideration to first-generation college, female, minority, military dependent.  Visit www.buickachievers.com/ for more information.

Horatio Alger Association  Awards $21,000 for the national scholarship; $5,000 for the NM scholarship.  Eligibility requirements:  Adjusted Gross Income of $55,000 or lower and a U.S. citizen.  Visit the website for more information on these requirements:  www.horatioalger.org/scholarships/apply.cfm

AXA Achievement Scholarship  Awards $10,000 for state winners; $25,000 for national winners.  Eligibility requirements:  Vary, but must be one of the first 10,000 people to submit an application.  The deadline is December 15, 2013.  Go to www.axa-equitable.com/axa-foundation/ for more information.

AXA Achievement Community Scholarship  Scholarships of $2,000.  Apply by February 1, 2014.  Visit www.axa-achievement.com for more information.

Hastings Smith Memorial Vocal Scholarship  This is a yearly scholarship intended to assist someone dedicated to singing in his/her college pursuits.  The student does not have to major in music, but must have a strong past achievement or future interest in music.  Value = $500.00 for graduating seniors.  Submit a letter of application that describes your musical experience and accomplishments, your goals in pursuing further study of vocal music, and how the award would be used to assist your progress.  Also, please include your name, grade, age, phone number, address, and your current mentor (and phone number) with whom we could discuss your application.  The deadline is April 8th. For further information please contact Priscilla Zimmermann, 505 690-5693, priscilla.zimmermann@sfcc.edu.

The American Indian College Fund has scholarships available ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 funded by major corporations.  Eligibility requirements include: US citizenship, enrollment in college or a university, registered as a member of a tribe or a descendant of a least on grandparent or parent who is an enrolled tribal member, Minimum of a 2.0 GPA, and submission of a complete online application.  Apply between January 1 and May 31, 2013 at collegefund.org/scholarships.   

MANA del Norte Scholarship is to assist Hispanic women from northern New Mexico in continuing and/or completing their post-secondary education.  Focus is on the non-traditional student, such as single heads of household, re-entry women, and first-generation college bound.   Scholarships are awarded based on financial need, strength of personal statement, and letters of recommendation. For more information about MANA del Norte visit: http://www.manadelnortenm.org
Santa Fe Professional Business Women Scholarship is a chapter of Professional Business Women of New Mexico. Its mission is to achieve equity for all women through advocacy, education and information. SFPBW’s goals include helping women advance their career goals, earn higher salaries, build stronger businesses, achieve pay equity and equal opportunities and establish rewarding careers.  As you fill out this application, please use examples that align with these goals.  Deadline to apply is 5:00 p.m. Friday, March 1, 2013.  Please mail application with letter of reference and transcripts to Kathy L. Jahner, 9 Daisy Court, Santa Fe NM  87506 or email to kljahner@msn.com.  Call 505-919-9698 for additional information.  Scholarships will be awarded on March 26, 2013. Application is below titled Scholarship Form 2013.

New Mexico Teen Pregnancy Coalition  Category I is for a HS senior who is pregnant or a parenting teen.  Category II is for a HS senior who has been involved in activities for the prevention of teen pregnancy.  Contact: New Mexico Teen Pregnancy Coalition, Attn: Scholarship Committee, PO Box 35997, Albuquerque, NM 87176-5997 or visit  www.nmtpc.org.

New Mexico Engineering Foundation - NM Society of Professional Engineers 1 @$1500; Society of American Military Engineers 2 @ $1000; Cabot Superior Micropowders High school Scholarship 1 @ Undetermined.  Apply at and download applications:  http://www.nmef.net/?section=scholarship#scholarship_20

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