Scholarships, Contests, Events, Internships, Jobs, Special Programs
Thank you for taking the time to review our communication. Keep in mind that this is not a comprehensive list of all scholarship and other student opportunities available to you. You are encouraged to research other scholarship options through a variety of resources, including: scholarship search engines, colleges and universities, places of employment, and community organizations.
Be aware that the Northview High School Counseling Department does not sponsor any of the programs listed. We are glad to advertise the information to our students; however, we are not responsible for the actions of third parties.
When reviewing this information, please make note of deadlines. Transcript requests/counselor recommendations require at least 3 weeks processing time.
19th Annual (Virtual) HBCU Festival - Alfred St. Baptist Church hosts this event on February 20th from 8:00am to 3:00pm. High School seniors can register at https://www.alfredstreet.org/.
Hospitality Careers Academy - Hi, This is Shannon McCullough with the Hospitality Careers Academy here. We are gearing up for the 2021 Hospitality Careers Academy for High School students. Do you have a student that is interested in Business, Marketing, Culinary Arts, Hotel/Lodging Management or Event Planning? These are students that would be interested in the Hospitality Careers Academy! The Academy is a terrific summer opportunity for your students that are interested in a career in Hospitality, Tourism or Culinary Arts. During the week-long Academy, students will listen to guest speakers in the industry, participate in job shadowing and industry tours, take part in team-building and leadership activities, all while working towards the culminating project that integrates the skills and information they have gained throughout the week. If you would like to learn more about this fantastic opportunity for your students, click here for the online application or please contact Shannon McCullough at email@example.com or call at 706.357.4405.
UGA Air Force ROTC Information Sessions - In these information sessions students will have an opportunity to hear from active-duty Air Force officers and current UGA AFROTC cadets about their experiences, requirements and benefits of the program, scholarships, and career opportunities.
We will host our Zoom sessions of the following dates:
Friday, 5 Mar: 10:45am – 11:30am
Meeting ID: 918 2720 2101
Friday, 26 Mar: 11:45am – 12:30pm
Meeting ID: 952 6794 8023
Monday, 19 Apr: 11:15am – 12pm
Meeting ID: 929 0567 3549
GenCyber Warrior Academy at UNG - The Academy is a no-cost residential program for area high school students (current 9th 10th, and 11th) on the Dahlonega Campus, June 10-19, 2021. (Note: Depending on COVID protocols, the program will either be residential with students living on campus in residence halls; hybrid, with some residential and others on-line; or purely on-line.) For priority consideration, apply before March 1st. To get more information and to apply, go to: https://ung.edu/cyber-operations-education/national-cyber-warrior-academy.php.
Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship - Award amount is from $4,000 - 50,000. https://www.elks.org/scholars/scholarships/mvs.cfm
Roswell Woman's Club Scholarship
Each year the Roswell Woman’s Club awards scholarships to deserving high school seniors on the basis of academic achievement, community service and need. Last year, we presented 18 students with these awards. On February 1 we will be accepting applications for students graduating this spring. Please have interested students visit our website www.roswellwomansclub.org and click on the scholarship box. There they will find eligibility requirements and application instructions. Only online applications will be accepted. Deadline is March 15, 2021.
Fried Goldberg LLC Annual Scales of Justice Scholarship is Open for Entries!
This year, we are asking scholarship applicants to create a video in response to the following question:
“If you could tell people in the future about the year 2020, what would you say was the most important lesson you learned about government and the importance of the law from your personal experiences as they relate to what was going on in our country?”
Awards: First place — $2,500; Second place — $1,000; Third place — $1,000
Open to: High school seniors and senior-level home school students who are residents of Fulton, DeKalb, Gwinnett, Cobb and Clayton counties
Submissions accepted beginning on: February 8th, 2021
Entry deadline: March 19th, 2021
Notification of Winner: April 5th, 2021
How to Apply:
Create and upload your video submission to YouTube. The video must be visible with link sharing, so check your privacy settings to make sure it is.
Complete the application form and include the YouTube link for your video. All submissions must be received by March 19th for consideration.
Scared Straight Scholarship - Litner and Deganian Law Firm
Litner + Deganian Law Firm will give a $2,500 scholarship to one student who creates the best Scared Straight Driving Video to bring awareness and improve driver safety in the United States. You can find out all the details of this scholarship by visiting https://www.litnerlaw.com/scholarship/. This scholarship is for the Fall 2021 semester, and the application deadline is March 31, 2021.
Life Happens Scholarship
Life Happens sponsors the annual Life Lessons Scholarship Program for college students and college-bound high school seniors. Qualified entrants who submit essays or videos about how the death of a parent impacted their lives are eligible for scholarship money. Applications are accepted each year from February 1 to March 1. They are launching a special COVID-19 Relief Scholarship as a part of the Life Lessons Program. https://lifehappens.org/life-lessons-scholarship-program/
Sara Allen Lepkofker Memorial Scholarship
Sara Allen Lepkofker graduated from Clinton Central School in 1979 and Bucknell University in 1983, receiving her B.S. in Biology. In 2002 Sara earned her Masters degree in Education from Georgia State University. She was a science teacher at Northview High School, until her retirement in 2016. Sara had a love of science and a passion for teaching. After her death, her family established a scholarship fund to carry on her legacy. The recipient of the fund will be a female student who embodies Sara’s enthusiasm, shares Sara’s love of science and who plans to pursue a career in the field of science. Northview High School female seniors planning to pursue a degree in education to teach science or a degree in the field of science can apply for this $1,000 scholarship, with a one-year option to renew. Click here for the application and further requirements.
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