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Sallie Mae "No Essay" Scholarship

Deadline: May 31, 2024
The $2,000 Sallie Mae Scholarship is only open to legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia and any US Territory age 17 or older at the time of entry, and who meet one (1) of the four (4) following eligibility requirements at the time of entry:A parent who currently has a child enrolled in an accredited...

Be Bold Scholarship

Deadline: Jun 01, 2024
The "Be Bold" Scholarship is a no-essay scholarship that will be awarded to the applicant with the boldest profile. It takes less than 2 minutes to apply.To us, boldest does not mean "best", or "most accomplished". Being bold means being:A) EarnestB) DeterminedC) MovingThe scholarship will be awarded to the student whose profile is most bold, according to these characteristics.Furthermore, the...

Niche $25,000 Scholarship

Deadline: May 31, 2024
Covering the cost of college expenses for four years without writing a single essay? Sounds too good to be true.It isn't with Niche. We are giving one student $25,000 to help pay for tuition, living expenses, books, and other educational expenses.Who Can ApplyAll high school and college students, as well as anyone looking to attend college or graduate school in...

ScholarshipOwl No Essay Scholarship

Deadline: May 29, 2024
ScholarshipOwl is your source of relief from the dreaded application process. We put students on the fast-track to success by providing direct access to the scholarships they need the most. Take the hassle out of financial aid and maximize your chance at a free ride in college. No matter how much funding you need for school, we have the opportunities...

SP Scholarship

Deadline: May 31, 2024
The SP College Scholarship program was created to help students win scholarships without the hassle of filling out paper applications and writing dozens of essays.To be eligible for the Scholarship you must be:A) At least 13 years old and enrolled or will enroll in a college or university in the US.B) A legal resident of the U.S. or Puerto Rico.Thus...

Common App Scholarship

Deadline: Nov 30, 2024
To encourage students to spend more time preparing for the Common App, Scholarship Guidance has created an annual scholarship to reward students.To be eligible for the Scholarship Guidance "Common App Scholarship" a student must:A) Be in Grade 11 or Grade 12B) Be attending college or university no later than October 1, 2026.C) Have achieved a GPA of 2.5 or greater...

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Pocatello is the biggest city in Bannock County and is the county seat too. There is a small portion on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation within the southeastern part of the U.S. state of Idaho in neighboring Power County. In the Pocatello metropolitan area it is the principal city and this area encompasses all of Power and Bannock counties. The population of Pocatello was 54,255 Based on the 2010 Census.

In Idaho State, the city of Pocatello is the 5th largest city in Idaho coming in behind Idaho Falls. On the Forbes list of Best Small Places for Careers and Business, the city of Pocatello was ranked 20th on the list. Pocatello has an elevation of 1360 meters or 4462 above sea level and is served by the Pocatello Regional Airport. It is home to the Idaho State University and the manufacturing facility of ON Semiconductor.

The city of Pocatello served as a main stop on the states first railroad during the gold rush. The city eventually grew to be a key agricultural hub along the Portneuf River. Pocatello emerges from the Snake River Plain's mountains and travels along the route of the Oregon Trail. The city of Pocatello is named to honor Chief Pocatello from the Shoshoni Tribe. Chief Pocatello permitted the railroad to travel across the Fort Hall Indian Reservation.

Gold was discovered in Idaho in the 1860s, causing the initial flood of settlers into the Portneuf Valley. The area quickly became a main conduit for the transportation of goods and freight. Jay Gould of the Union Pacific Railroad acquired and extended the Northern and Utah Railway in 1877. This had previously stopped at the Utah border and entered into Idaho State through the Portneuf Canyon. The region was first called "Pocatello Junction," and was established as an important stop along this route throughout the gold rush. The area began to attract ranchers and farmers after the gold rush. The first residences and first commercial development appeared in the city of Pocatello by the year 1882.

The city of Pocatello during 1962, absorbed the neighboring community of Alameda to become for a short time the biggest city in the state of Idaho. Until the late 1990s, the city of Pocatello was the second largest city in the state of Idaho after the city of Boise. The Treasure Valley then went through rapid growth of southwestern Idaho placed Meridian and Nampa ahead of Idaho Falls and the city of Pocatello. These are now respectively the 4th and 5th largest cities within the state of Idaho.