Sponsored by Morgan Vazquez, President, NSHSS Fellows Executive Board.
Morgan, an NSHSS scholarship recipient in 2009, graduated summa cum laude from Fordham University, where she remained actively engaged with NSHSS. As a Student Council member, Morgan spent time speaking and providing advice to college-bound students and served as an NSHSS representative during Nobel Week at the University of Stockholm. Currently, she is a Vice President – Senior Recruiter of Campus Strategy & Pipeline Development at BNY Mellon in New York City.
This $1,000 scholarship opportunity is for an undergraduate college freshman, sophomore or junior who demonstrates exemplary leadership in his or her school, community and/or workplace. This award will recognize a student who has made a significant impact and positive difference through leadership activities and initiatives. Details available on our scholarship page. Apply online in your member dashboard. Deadline: May 15, 2016
You can review some tips on applying for scholarships from our Scholarship Director: /newsroom/news-items/blog-posts/2015/october/dr-thurman-scholarship-tips/
Visit /scholarships for guidelines on the scholarships available for the 2016-2017 academic year; click on the plus sign by individual scholarships for details on the award. Please make sure to mark your member profile contact preferences to allow email from NSHSS to receive information on scholarship applications. You can update your profile at any time in the member dashboard: /dashboard/
Thermo Fisher Scientific STEM Scholar Awards
Four $2,500 scholarships for NSHSS college members pursuing a major and career in a STEM field (science, technology, engineering, or mathematics). Rising college sophomores and juniors are eligible
Details available on our scholarship page. Apply in your member dashboard. Deadline: May 31, 2016
Claes Nobel Legacy Awards for high school seniors and college freshmen
Greg Goff, Chairman, President and CEO of Tesoro Corporation, has established the Claes Nobel Legacy Award in honor of Claes Nobel, senior member of the family that established the Nobel Prizes, to highlight his family legacy of rewarding excellence. Mr. Nobel has dedicated his life and work to the values that he holds dear: preserving the earth, promoting peace, and changing the world for the better. In 2002, he co-founded NSHSS with James W. Lewis to acknowledge and nurture the continuing success of high school and college students who have distinguished themselves through academic accomplishment, exemplary leadership and community involvement. This award is a $5,000 college scholarship for NSHSS members who have demonstrated in an outstanding manner the values of Mr. Nobel. A total of two awards will be offered. High school seniors and current college freshmen who have a minimum GPA of 3.5 are eligible to apply. More information can be found on the NSHSS Scholarship Page. Deadline: May 15, 2016
CollegeWeekLive has helped more than 1,500,000 students from 192 countries navigate the college admissions process and find the best college match. CollegeWeekLive enables students to live chat with admissions representatives and students from hundreds of U.S. and international universities and to watch presentations from education experts on topics such as mastering the SATs/ACTs, writing a standout college essay, choosing a college, and more. CollegeWeekLive has partnered with NSHSS to offer an exclusive $2,500 scholarship to NSHSS members. NSHSS members can enter the scholarship at www.collegeweeklive.com/nshss. Open to all NSHSS members in high school who will enroll in an accredited institution of higher learning no later than fall 2020.
Deadline: May 31, 2016
Oglethorpe University scholarships for entering freshmen
All NSHSS members admitted to Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, GA, as freshmen will receive a $10,000 NSHSS-OU Scholarship! This scholarship is awarded $2,500/yr. for four years, and is in addition to other Oglethorpe merit/need based awards you may qualify for. Apply at https://apply.oglethorpe.edu/apply/ .
Envision College Scholarships for high school seniors
$1,000 college tuition scholarships for NSHSS members sponsored by educational partner Envision. Apply in member dashboard. Deadline: May 15, 2016
NSHSS Literary Competition, Video Competition, and Visual Arts Competitions
All high school members are eligible. Visit www.nshss.org/scholarships for details - awards of $1,000, $500, and $250.
Deadline:May 15, 2016
African Impact Scholarship
Nerissa Mei Demasco, Chula Vista, CA, University of California, San Diego
Di Yerbury International Scholar Awards for Study Abroad
Omar Chavez, Dallas, TX, Texas A&M University, studying in Leuven, Belgium
Angelique Edwards, Johns Creek, GA, Georgia Tech, studying in Southeast Asia
Yelyzaveta Glybchenko, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, American University in Bulgaria, studying in Iceland
Jasmine Ramirez, Columbia, MD, University of Missouri, studying in Rome, Italy
Crystal Sin, Claremont, CA, Pitzer College, studying in Beijing, China
Education First Study Abroad Scholarship, studying in Nice, France
Delane Botte, North Las Vegas, Nevada, Northwest Career and Technical Academy
Native American Scholar Awards
Joseph Little, Palm Springs, CA, Palm Springs High School
Tresten Pope, Moore, OK, Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics
Nedina Tuck, Hamilton City, CA, Inspire School of Arts and Sciences
Semester at Sea Fall Voyage Scholarship
Allyson Smith, Novo, OH, The University of Akron
University of Sydney Gap Year Study Abroad Scholarships
Umyeena Bashir, Plano, TX, Plano West High School
Anthony Box, Wakefield High School, Arlington, VA
United Planet Program Scholarships
Full program scholarship: Fatima Elfakahany, Marietta, GA, North Cobb High School
Partial Program Scholarship: Steven Bernstein, Chattanooga, TN, Mccallie School