The Utah Association of Independent Insurance Agents (UAIIA) is offering a minimum of three scholarships ranging from $500 to $2000 in 2017 to Utah high school seniors who have maintained at least a 3.0 GPA and are active in extra-curricular activities through their school, church, community or work. In 2016 UAIIA awarded sixteen scholarships.
Financial need by applicants may also be considered. If desired, the student may return the financial information form along with the application. If this form is used, any information disclosed will be kept confidential.
A transcript of the student’s grades must be received by the deadline given below. If it is school policy to mail transcripts separately, it is the applicant’s responsibility to see that these transcripts are received at the UAIIA office. Applications without transcripts of grades will not be considered. In addition, a recent photo should be included with the application. This photo will not be returned to the applicant. It may be used for news releases or for publicity articles should your student receive a scholarship.
Applications (including transcripts) must be received or postmarked no later than April 1, 2017 at the office of the Utah Association of Independent Insurance Agents, 4885 South 900 East, Suite 302, Salt Lake City, Utah 84117. Please feel free to contact us with any questions at (801) 269-1200.
If selected in-person interviews will be held. The date will be determined later. This application is also available on our website at www.uaiia.org. Click on the scholarship link.
Linda Leckman Family Scholarship—2018 Amount: $2500-$5000 This scholarship is being offered to one or two young women either of minority heritage or first generation college students who plan to major in an area of science, technology, engineering or mathematics. The scholarship is renewable for four years total. The applications are due April 6, and interviews of selected candidates will follow. Other requirements: 1.The student must enroll for at least 12 hours and stay in a STEM major 2.To renew the scholarship the student must maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA and submit their college transcript. If the GPA is lower than 3.0, the student would need to reapply for consideration. 3.Deferments not in excess of two years for government, religious or institutional service will be considered if a written request is submitted. 4.The scholarship funds will be sent to the college chosen by the student. 5.The recipient(s) will be determined after submission of an essay, review of the high school transcript and any other appropriate information, and an interview. Application Form
The COG Scholarship The COG Scholarship supports graduating high school seniors from Highland, Cottonwood, or Olympus High School who are entrepreneurial in nature and plan to attend a four-year accredited college or university in Utah.Application Available Online: February 19, 2018 Application Deadline:April 6, 2018 at 11:59 PM MST Award Amount: $500-$1,500 To qualify for this scholarship award you must:
be a graduating senior from Highland, Cottonwood, or Olympus High School with a GPA of 3.0 or above
have applied or been admitted to a four-year accredited college or university in the state of Utah and provide proof
demonstrate financial need
show interest in one of the following fields of study: Finance, Math, Science, or Entrepreneurial Endeavors through an essay. (Students must intend to study one of the above listed fields to be eligible)
(*online and for profit institutions and graduate studies are not eligible.) Be prepared to submit the following documents:
financial aid documents
acceptance letter from eligible college/university or proof of application
C.A.R.E. (Celebrate Achievement, Reward Excellence)Scholarship – These are needs based scholarships. Grant Christensen Memorial Scholarship – Young Parents only Jay Lynn Bowen Scholarship – Cyprus High Seniors only Tony Boggess Scholarship – Must have attended 2 years at Granite Park Junior High Elvia Romero George Scholarship – Hispanic & First Generation College Student
Edwards Lifesciences Foundation Scholarship Program
Edwards Lifesciences is passionate about improving quality of life around the world and strengthening the communities where we live and work. To that end, the Edwards Lifesciences Foundation Scholarship Program aims to increase access to higher education and to promote careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Through this program, we award 10 four-year scholarships of $2,500 per year ($10,000 in total) to high school seniors from Orange County, California or Salt Lake County, Utah who are pursuing bachelor’s degrees in STEM fields. We are excited to announce that program is now accepting applications for graduating high school seniors. We would appreciate you sharing this information with partners and students that may benefit from this program. Scholarship Criteria: Applicants must meet all of the following criteria:
Be a current high school senior residing in Orange County, California or Salt Lake County, Utah or be a child (or in the guardianship) of an Edwards Lifesciences employee
Plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two- or four-year college or university for the entire upcoming academic year pursuing a bachelor’s degree in a STEM field
Be a U.S. citizen or legal resident
Demonstrate financial need
Maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for scholarship renewal
March 1, 2017 – Scholarship application available for the 2017-2018 academic year
April 11, 2017 – Application deadline
Late May 2017 – Scholarship Recipients announced via U.S. mail
The Utah Association of Independent Insurance Agents (UAIIA) The Utah Association of Independent Insurance Agents (UAIIA) is offering a minimum of three scholarships ranging from $500 to $2000 in 2018 to Utah high school seniors who have maintained at least a 3.0 GPA and are active in extra-curricular activities through their school, church, community or work. In 2017 UAIIA awarded sixteen scholarships. Financial need by applicants will be considered. The student must return the financial information form along with the application. All information disclosed will be kept confidential. A transcript of the student’s grades must be received by the deadline given below. If it is school policy to mail transcripts separately, it is the applicant’s responsibility to see that these transcripts are received at the UAIIA office. Applications without transcripts of grades will not be considered. In addition, a recent photo should be included with the application. This photo will not be returned to the applicant. It may be used for news releases or for publicity articles should your student receive a scholarship. We hope you will encourage all students who are eligible, to apply for one of these scholarships. Applications (including transcripts) must be received or postmarked no later than April 15, 2018 at the office of the Utah Association of Independent Insurance Agents, 4885 South 900 East, Suite 302, Salt Lake City, Utah 84117. Please feel free to contact us with any questions at (801) 269-1200. If selected, in-person interviews will be held. The date will be determined later. This application is also available on our website at www.uaiia.org. Click on the scholarship link.
Marrk Miller Subaru Automotive Excellence Scholarship Application Deadline April 15, 2017 Return Completed Application to:Jerry Corbett, email@example.com 385-646-6523 The Mark Miller Subaru Automotive Excellence Scholarship will provide scholarships to high school automotive students in Granite School District who are interested in becoming an Automotive Technician with Mark Miller Subaru. (Recipients will be encouraged to return to the sponsoring business for employment after completing their degree.) Members of Mark Miller Subaru will determine scholarship recipients. Each scholarship will include a $2500.00 award, divided across two academic years, and payable to Salt Lake Community College. Scholarship and funds will be administered through Granite Education Foundation. The scholarship also includes a paid internship with Mark Miller Subaru while working towards an Associates Degree in Automotive Technology (Automotive Technician, AAS) and a strong potential for ongoing employment with Mark Miller Subaru once the Associates Degree has been obtained. Students must maintain a minimum of a 2.5 GPA while enrolled at Salt Lake Community College. Scholarship funds will help cover the cost of full-time tuition, books and fees. Students must plan to enroll for full time status (12 or more credits). Eligibility Requirements: • Must be a senior in a Granite School District high school and be on track for high school graduation. • Must have completed the Automotive Technician pathway while in high school (see automotive instructor or Career Center Coordinator for clarification). • Must be a Utah resident and citizen or permanent resident of the United States. • Must be interested in pursuing an Automotive Technology career. • Must be willing to commit to a 20 hour (minimum) per week, paid internship while attending SLCC. • Must be able to produce a social security number upon hire. • Must have a clean driving record, the ability to pass a background check and the ability to pass a drug screening. • Preference will be given to students who have participated in SkillsUSA. • Preference will be given to students who have earned an Alldata Certification. • Preference will be given to students who have earned a SP2 Certification. Mark Miller Subaru Automotive Excellence Scholarship for Granite School District Automotive Technician Students Application Requirements: • Apply (on-line or in person) and be accepted for Admission as a student at Salt Lake Community College (must pay $40 unless you took a concurrent class in high school). • Complete scholarship application (application at the end of this form) by deadline. • Provide a copy of high school transcript or GED. • Provide a copy of your resume. • Provide a recommendation from your high school automotive teacher to provide evidence of your potential as an automotive technician. • Provide one additional recommendation from an employer or other schoolteacher. • Provide a personal statement (limit 2 pages) describing why you want to pursue a career in automotive technology. Including: 1. Your experience working with automobiles or other mechanical pursuits. 2. The challenges you have encountered or may encounter in pursuing your educational goals. 3. Why do you want to become an automotive technician? Benefits of this scholarship • $2500 award, divided across two academic years, to help offset the cost of tuition, books and fees at SLCC. • Part-time, paid internship with Mark Miller Subaru (min. 20 hours per week) while attending SLCC. • Strong potential for ongoing employment with Mark Miller Subaru after completing the Automotive Technician AAS degree. • Mentoring/tutoring support in any area needed by colleagues from Mark Miller Subaru while you attend SLCC and complete coursework.
StepUp Utah: FAFSA Scholarship One $500 scholarship and two $1,000 scholarships to students who:
Winners are selected at random. Students who completed the FAFSA but did not attend a FAFSA Completion Event can still submit the scholarship application to be entered into a drawing for one additional $500 award.
African-American Leadership Award Deadline: April 17, 2017, 5:00pm The African-American Leadership Award is for African-American students who are graduating high school seniors, with preference given to students who are U.S. citizens from the state of Utah. Applicants need to have demonstrated leadership in their high schools and in their communities and show special talent and potential for continued leadership. Students must be an incoming freshman at Utah State University in Fall 2017. One $1,000 scholarship will be awarded. The scholarship will be split over $500 per semester for the 2017-2018 school year.
Conway B. and Elaine W. Sonne Scholarship Deadline: April 17, 2017, 5:00pm The Conway B. and Elaine W. Sonne Scholarship is for graduating high school seniors who have demonstrated leadership in their high schools and in their communities and who show special talent and the potential for continued leadership. Students must be a U.S. citizen and an incoming freshman at Utah State University in Fall 2017. Two $1,400 scholarships will be awarded. The scholarship will be split over $700 per semester for the 2017-2018 school year.
Mountain America Credit Union’s 2017 Scholarship offers six scholarships to Mountain America Credit Union members and their families. The scholarships are awarded based on academic performance, community volunteer service and a written essay about educational and career aspirations. Mountain America ScholarshipMountain America awards $2,000 each to three winners of the Mountain America Scholarship, which is available for Mountain America Credit Union members or their families. One $2,000 scholarship is awarded in each of the following categories: Community Service and Social Service, General and Other Academic Majors, and Business and Communications Majors. Instructions and applications are available through the link below. Applications must be completed by the student and mailed to Mountain America, postmarked by April 21, 2017. Mountain America Scholarship winners will be announced on the company website by June 9, 2017. Presentation of the awards will be held in June. Questions may be directed to Bryan Packer, Public Relations/Scholarship Administrator, at 801-325-6439. Mountain America Scholarship Application: https://www.macu.com/about-us/community-involvement/scholarships/application-instructions
The Glen L. Rudd Foundation Scholarship Glen L. Rudd spent a lifetime providing Christian service and humanitarian aid to his fellowmen. Much of his service was spent in the island nations of the South Pacific, particularly in New Zealand. His family has preserved this legacy of service through the establishment of a charitable foundation in his name. The foundation would like to assist in the higher education of Polynesian individuals who are also involved in service and other positive activities.
Applicants must be Polynesian, including all descendants of the South Pacific. This individual will attend an institution of higher education, including university, college, trade school, etc., in the fall of 2018. It is not necessary for applicants to currently be high school students; we encourage older students to apply as well. Those hoping to defer a scholarship for any reason should wait until the year they will attend school to apply. Applications must be submitted no later than April 27, 2018.