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4711 Sid Katz
San Antonio, Texas
Tarrant County students pursuing careers in the field of mental health and wellness are awarded scholarships annually; one scholarship is awarded each semester. The following supporters have contributed to the establishment of this program that MHATC strives to carry forward with pride and intention:
The Patricia Pownder Connolly Memorial Scholarship
Rupert and Elizabeth Pownder established The Patricia Pownder Connolly Memorial...
AWARD CONTINGENT UPON MEETING ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ELIGIBLITY REQUIREMENTS (NO EXCEPTIONS)Demonstrate financial need as shown on your 2023/2024 FAFSA Student Aid Report (SAR) EFC not exceeding 002500;Enrolled/attending any accredited not-for-profit 2-year college/technical or 4-year private/public college/university in the United States as a first time and/or returning full-time undergraduate student (GED and home school eligible) with a minimum of 12...
The Houston Council of the Blind (“HCB”) being devoted to the educational and social needs of the blind and visually impaired, is pleased to offer its Fall 2023 scholarships and the RL Bartlett Technology Scholarship.REQUIREMENTSAll applicants must:MEET THE REQUIREMENTS AND SUBMIT YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATION AND ALL SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS ELECTRONICALLY NO LATER THAN JULY 5, 2023; andBe legally blind or blind...
Since Texas became a state in 1845, there have been only nine women elected to executive office outside of the State Board of Education, and the current 87th Texas legislature is made up of only 26.6% women.These numbers add up to a Texas government that cannot successfully represent the 50% of Texans who are women. Additionally, according to the Texas...
Women’s progress in the last century has dramatically increased the opportunities available to women. Yet, women’s participation in leadership positions in science, technology, engineering, and math continues to lag behind. “While women receive over half of bachelor’s degrees awarded in the biological sciences, they receive far fewer in the computer sciences (18.2%), engineering (19.2%), physics (19.1%), and mathematics and statistics...
Established by the Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce for the benefit of students who graduate from a Nueces County high school and plan to pursue a technology based career.Eligibility: Applicants must:be a graduating high school senior in Nueces County;demonstrate financial need, and:have a minimum high school GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.