National Commission for Cooperative Education Scholarships for students planning to attend one of nine partnership schools: SUNY Oswego, Drexel, Johnson & Whales, Merrimack College, and UMASS Lowell Scholarships for $6,000 and renewable for all four years. Deadline: Different for each partner school. More information and apply at: www.co-op.edu Alfred State College Scholarships Multiple scholarships available for matriculating students. See individual scholarships for specific deadlines Apply at: https://www.alfredstate.edu/financial-aid/scholarships Queens College Mathematics Teacher Scholarships Financial incentives for students who want to become secondary school math teachers. More information at: http://time2000.qc.cuny.edu/ Deadline: Rolling, so apply early! SUNY Brockport Clark V. Whited/JP Morgan Chase Scholarship This scholarship was established through the generosity of JPMorgan Chase Bank and Dr. Whited, professor emeritus of physical education and sport, who taught at the College from 1946-1983. It recognizes a current department major who has demonstrated outstanding academic ability and service to the College through participation in extracurricular endeavors. Please use the All Kinesiology, Sports Studies and Physical Education General Scholarship (KSSPE) application to apply for this scholarship. Deadline: https://brockport.academicworks.com/opportunities/5353
Ithaca College The Martin Luther King Scholar Program is a dynamic learning community, developing future leaders and global citizens who are committed to promoting King’s legacy of social justice and equality in their personal and professional lives, engaging in public services, building bridges to other communities, and educating others with their international perspective. Open to academically talented U.S. citizens and permanent residents from ethnic and racial backgrounds that have been historically underrepresented in U.S. higher education, the program challenges students to think critically, act compassionately, and give back to the world through service learning and scholarly research. As an MLK scholar, you will...
Pursue social justice research and explore social justice policies during one domestic and three international trips.
Participate in scholarly seminars and interact with distinguished visitors and leading social justice experts.
Make a difference locally, nationally, and globally through service projects and research.
Gain leadership experience and the perspective you need to continue making positive change—no matter what your career path.
Maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.3 and create a leadership portfolio you will contribute to each semester.
Receive up to full tuition in aid, with a minimum merit-based scholarship of $25,000.