Many of the following scholarships will collect personal information that is used to identify
your eligibility. Salisbury University is not responsible for how these organizations will use that data.
We are providing this information as a
The National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program
The 2013 NHSC Scholarship Program application cycle is now open through Tuesday, May 14.
The NHSC Scholarship Program (SP) awards scholarships each year to students pursuing careers in primary care. In return,
students commit to serving for two to four years, upon graduation and completion of training.
As in previous years, the National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program will be competitive. If there are more
qualified applicants than available funding, the NHSC will continue to prioritize applicants who are from a disadvantaged
background and applicants who demonstrate a commitment to continuing to serve communities of need after their service to
the NHSC is complete.
The Application and Program Guidance can be found on the NHSC website and contains all of the requirements and program
details. Visit www.nhsc.hrsa.gov/scholarships. If you
have any questions about the program you may call the Customer Care Center at 1-800-221-9393 or e-mail
B. Davis Scholarship
Deadline and Eligibility
DEADLINE: May 27, 2013
AWARD VALUE: $1,000
This scholarship is available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in
any post secondary institution.
To apply for the B. Davis Scholarship, please visit their website at
http://www.studentawardsearch.com/scholarships. You will
need to write an essay on the following topic:
- There is no age restriction
- Be sure to include your name and the school you are attending this year and next
- This is not an academic scholarship but the scholarship provider would like to know where you are going to school now and
what your future academic plans are.
Discuss, in less than 1000 words, what you would consider to be the most important issue that society has to deal with in the
next 10 or 20 years. Why do you think this issue is so important?
Your submissions must be sent by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact
Association On American Indian Affairs Scholarship
Native American and Alaska native students from federally recognized and non-recognized tribes are eligible to apply
for the AAIA scholarship. All students must be full time, seeking a minimum of an Associate’s degree at an accredited
institution, and be enrolled in their tribe. Students can visit the website at
www.indian-affairs.org for additional criteria, details and
Scholarships are available for undergraduates and graduate students. Applications will be accepted between
March 4 – June 3 only. Applications must be received in the Rockville, MD office by 5:00 pm Eastern
time June 4, 2013. The application mailing address is stated on the AAIA website.
American Association of University Women-Easton Branch
2013 Mature Woman’s Grant
The Easton Branch of the AAUW has announced the 2013 Mature Woman’s Grant for the Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 academic
year. Women, ages 25 and over, and residents of Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne’s or Talbot County are eligible to
Applications must be postmarked or emailed by June 3, 2013. Applications are available at the
Financial Aid Office, Holloway Hall, Room 213 or by clicking the link below.
Abbott and Fenner Scholarship
Abbott & Fenner are committed to continuing their efforts at helping those who have the desire and ambition to succeed.
DEADLINE: June 14, 2013
- The A&F Scholarships are available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered
in any accredited post secondary institution.
- Between the ages of 16 and 30
AWARD VALUE: $1,000
AWARD DETAILS: http://www.abbottandfenner.com/scholarships.htm
To apply for this scholarship you will need to write an essay on the following topic:
What have you done outside the classroom that demonstrates qualities sought after by the post secondary institution that you
are hoping to attend? Also, which of these qualities means the most to you?
The essay should be between 500 and 1000 words. Your submission must be sent to Abbott and Fenner by email at:
The winner(s) of this annual scholarship will receive their award within 2 weeks of the listed deadline. All applicants
should include their full name and mailing address with their submissions.
AES Engineers Scholarship
AES Engineering is pleased to be able to continue offering scholarships to motivated students to help in the
furthering of their education.
The consulting firm of AES Engineers believe that achieving a high grade point average should not be the only criteria
for determining who deserves to be helped. For that reason they are offering a scholarship that will be awarded on the
basis of character, as determined by evaluating the essays that are submitted.
Scholarships are intended for future leaders across a wide spectrum of fields of study. This award is available to
high school seniors and all students attending a post secondary educational facility.
You are not required to be taking Engineering courses to be eligible.
Students must submit an essay of no more than 1000 words in answer to the following questions:
Reflecting on your personal experiences and/or circumstances, tell us something about yourself that distinguishes
you as a potential scholarship candidate.
Amount of award: $500.00
Deadline for entry: October 4, 2013
Submit essay to: email@example.com
There is no application packet for this award. Please do not include your resume at this time. Be sure to include
your full name as well as the name of the school you are attending in 2012/2013 and your plans for 2013/2014.
Please visit http://www.aesengineers.com/scholarships.htm
for further information along with a list of previous winners.
Kids’ Chance of Maryland
Kids’ Chance of Maryland is a nonprofit corporation developed by the concerned volunteers in Maryland’s legal
community, in association with insurers, employers, and the labor, medical and workers’ compensation community. The purpose
of Kids’ Chance is to provide financial scholarships for children of catastrophically or fatally injured workers to complete
their higher education.
Children who have had a parent catastrophically injured or killed in an employment-related accident in Maryland are eligible
to apply for this scholarship. Students must be between the ages of 16 and 25. The parent’s death or injury must have resulted
in a substantial decline in the family income.
Generally, the scholarship is good for one semester, and the applicant must maintain acceptable grades. The applicant must
reapply at the end of each semester for the scholarship to continue. Scholarship awards vary and depend largely on the needs
and educational expenses of the student. Scholarships cover tuition and books, but may also include housing and meals.
Scholarship applications are available by visiting www.kidschance-md.org.
P.E.O. Educational Loan Fund
The P.E.O. Educational Loan Fund makes loans available to qualified women who desire a higher education and are in need
of financial assistance. The maximum loan amount is $10,000. Eligibility for loan consideration includes:
- Must be a citizen or a legal permanent resident and reside in the United States or Canada.
- A high school graduate or equivalent.
- In need of financial assistance.
- Must be enrolled full time or part time in an accredited school.
- Must be within two years, but not less than four months, of completing the course of study for which the loan
- Must be able to provide two financially responsible adult cosigners.
- Must apply through and be recommended by a local P.E.O. chapter.
Graduate or undergraduate students who meet the above eligibility requirements and wish to inquire about the application and
local chapter approval process may contact Cynthia Cowall
Delmarva Education Foundation
The Delmarva Education Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides an easily accessible index of local scholarships that are available to students of the lower Delmarva Peninsula:
The Sallie Mae Fund Scholarships
The Sallie Mae Fund sponsors several scholarship programs and supports hundreds of college scholarships. All of their
programs are based on financial need, as The Fund seeks to bridge the dollar gap. With an estimated $3 billion in private
scholarships awarded nationally each year, The Fund aims to send the message that money is available to those who make the effort
to apply. For the 2008–2009 academic year, nearly $2 million in college scholarships were awarded to nearly 800 students nationwide.
Scholarship information, criteria, deadlines and informative financial aid resources are available at
2011 Guide to Scholarships for Minorities, New Americans and Major Specific Students
This is a comprehensive document that includes several scholarship directories and a downloadable database that
provides great information for all students.
Wicomico County Public Schools Scholarships and Awards Booklet
The booklet is published by the Wicomico County Board of Education for the use of their graduating students.