Alcovy High School is located in Covington, Georgia. Scholarships for students
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For over 50 years, the Georgia Engineering Foundation has sponsored a program that awards college scholarships to worthy Georgia students who are preparing for a career in engineering or engineering technology. Since 1985, over 1000 students have been awarded scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $5,000.All scholarships are competitively awarded based on the student’s demonstrated competence in academics, interest in developing...
The Higher Foundation Scholarship promotes post-secondary education by providing merit-based financial aid to Georgia college students. We select Higher Scholars based on the strength of their academic background, campus & community involvement, leadership skills, and professional work experience. Our Spring 2024 scholarship will award 3 Higher Scholars with a $1,000 award each for Spring 2024 semester. Our open scholarship application...
A one-year scholarship available annually to a qualified undergraduate pre-engineering, engineering or architecture student attending a post-secondary educational institution within the geographic boundaries of ASHRAE Region IV (North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia) and meets the general criteria listed above.
Scholarships are available to full-time undergraduate engineering or pre-engineering students pursuing a Bachelor of Science or Engineering degree...
Kids’ Chance of Georgia provides educational scholarships to the children of Georgia workers who have been seriously, catastrophically or fatally injured in work-related accidents. Our general scholarships are $2,000 per semester ($4,000 per academic year). We also provide scholarships to high school students that are $100 per month during the academic year.EligibilityApplicants must have a parent or guardian who has...
Many students have the misconception that kids who go to trade school are either less motivated or not as bright as those who go to college. This cannot be farther from the truth. We want to break the stigmatization that everyone must attend college to succeed. Motivated and intelligent students choose to go to trade schools for various reasons, and...