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November 2, 2013

November Scholarship

Indiana State University Gongaware Scholarship: Since 1999, The Gongaware Center for Insurance and Financial Services has provided access to top internships and jobs and prepares scholars to become successful leaders in the insurance and financial services industry. We offer our scholars support in the amount of: full in-state tuition, wireless laptop computer, $3,000 professional development account (may be used for study abroad or other leadership purposes). Eligible students must: exhibit leadership experience and potential, earn minimum GPA of 3.5, achieve a ranking in the top 10 percent of their high school graduating classes, have a combined SAT score of at least 1500 or equivalent ACT of 21. Must be nominated (if interested, see Mr. Barnard).

Deadline: Nov. 1

AXA Achievement Scholarship: Attention high school seniors: Are you active in your community? Have you led a project that benefits others? Have you overcome personal challenges? AXA Achievement Scholarship in association with U.S. News & World Report is offering scholarship of $10,000 and $25,000. Only the first 10,000 applications will be accepted. A winner in every state, Washington, DC & Puerto Rico. For applications and information visit www.axa-achievement.com.

Deadline: Dec. 15

Ronald McDonald House Charities U.S. Scholarships: The RMHC Scholarship Program seeks to invest in students who are exemplary role models in their communities and have the initiative to fulfill their educational goals. Graduating high school seniors, visit www.rmhc.org for more information or apply today at https://aim,applyists.net/RMHC.

Deadline: Jan. 21

America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders Scholarship: Rural students have the opportunity to earn a $1,500 scholarship to further their agricultural education. The application period runs November 15 – February 1. Students apply at FFA.org/scholarships and must have three farmers endorse their application to be eligible for the scholarship. Criteria: reside in one of the 264 eligible counties, endorsed by three farmers, minimum GPA of 2.5, if a college student must be pursuing a degree in an agriculture related field from a two or four-year program and majoring in one of the programs listed.

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