The Washington Times-Herald


February 4, 2014

February Scholarships

Richmond Art Museum Phantoscope High School Film Festival: Phantoscope is a film competition for students in grades 9-12. Each year, student-filmmakers submit original short films to this juried competition where one will be selected to win a grand prize of $1,000. Awards are given for other categories as well including: Best Editing, Screenplay, and Acting. Check out their website for more details. Deadline: Feb. 1

Indiana Breast Cancer Awareness Trust, Inc. Nancy Jaynes Memorial Scholarship: The scholarship of up to $1,500 for college or post-secondary technical schooling is awarded to an Indiana high school senior whose parent is battling breast cancer or who has lost a parent to breast cancer. Visit our website at click on scholarship tab to download information and application. Deadline: Feb. 7

Buick Achievers Scholarship: We want to help those who put forth the effort and find success both in and out of the classroom, yet are unable to attend college without financial assistance. We encourage the following to apply: High school seniors and current undergraduates. Those who plan to enroll full time at a four-year college or university in 2014-2015. Those who plan to major in a field of study that focuses on engineering, technology, design or business, with an interest in the automotive industry. One hundred scholarships each up to $25,000/year. Deadline: Feb. 28

Crane Federal Credit Union Scholarship: Eligibility: all high school seniors who are members of CFCU in good standing, applicant must be primary member on the account as of March 1, 2014, a student who is a joint owner on the account is not considered a member, be enrolled full-time, in the fall, following spring graduation, at a technical, two-year or four-year college or university and working toward a degree, minimum GPA of 2.0. Ten $1,000 scholarships will be awarded with the expectation of one winner per branch, though CFCU reserves the right to change the amount of recipients per branch depending upon the amount of qualifying applications. Applications and more information are in the Counseling Office. Deadline: March 1

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