Here are some scholarships for Native American students:
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OCCC ACT NOW Scholarship
The ACT NOW scholarship is offered as an automatic merit-based tuition waiver program for the 2016 graduating class of high school students. The waiver amounts are based on the student's composite score on the national ACT. Students who score a 21 are eligible for a 3 hour credit tuition waiver. Scores of 22 - 23 receive a 6 hour credit tuition waiver, scores of 24-26 will receive a 9 hour credit tuition waiver, and scores of 27-30 will receive a 12 hour credit tuition waiver. Students with exceptional scores a 31 or higher will receive a 15 hour credit tuition waiver. All waivers are per semester; freshman year only.
The American Legion Baseball Scholarship
In 2014, The American Legion awarded $16,500 in scholarships to deserving players. Each Department Baseball Committee may select a player from their Department to receive this scholarship. The American Legion will award several scholarships this year depending on the number of applicants and interest earned from the trust fund.
Due July 31st Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club Scholarship is given out on a first come first serve basis. You must be a female Native American tribal citizen to apply. Apply at http://www.iwpclub.org/scholarship.pdf
The ExpressVPN Future of Privacy Scholarship
Grand prize: $2,500, second prize: $1,000, third prize: $500. The ExpressVPN Future of Privacy Scholarship was created to raise awareness around Internet privacy and security. The way we use the Internet is shaping the future of our education system. By 2018, ninety-nine percent of classrooms across the U.S. will be equipped with unprotected high-speed broadband. But with that growing connectivity comes an increased risk of privacy exposure. As more students are bringing their Internet-ready devices to class, awareness of basic online security and a fundamental understanding of privacy rights are more important than ever.
No Due Date: Students with diagnosed Tourette Syndrome can apply for scholarships at www.tsa-ok.org. Students wanting to attend a career tech program could receive $500 per year for up to two years. Students wanting to attend a college or university could receive $750 per year. email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Federal Teach Grant- check it out at http://teach-ats.ed.gov. This is for students who want to go to college in the field of education.
Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund- apply online at www.FAScholarship.com.
The dependent son or daughter of a U.S. Soldier, Sailor, Airman, Guardsman or Marine who has become permanently disabled as a result of an operational mission or training accident.
The dependent son or daughter of a U.S. Soldier, Sailor, Airman, Guardsman or Marine who has been killed in action.
The dependent son or daughter of a U.S. Soldier, Sailor, Airman, Guardsman or Marine who has been classified as a Prisoner of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA).
Cowboy Covenant (OSU): For Oklahoma’s Promise recipients who are attending OSU in the fall. This offers an additional $1,000 award per year for up to 4 years to help pay for college. For more info. contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 1-800-233-5019 ext 1 or email email@example.com. OSU also has an academic Opportunity Award that you can apply for online. This award is based on family income. Don’t wait. Check into this now!!!
BEWARE of scholarship scams! At no time should any student be asked for a fee for any description for any service.
Registration is free and meals are provided for campers and volunteers. Registration is open to all Native youth nationwide. There will be a campsite available for campers that are not from the local area and showers and bathrooms are provided at the campsite. Attached are local and non-local registration forms and online registration is also available at www.nativevision.org .
The time and cost involved in completing multiple math classes can be discouraging. As a result, this summer, NEO will offer FREE math "bootcamp" sessions designed to help you meet college-level math standards in fewer semesters. We hope you will consider signing up to participate in a session. The experience will help build your math skills and confidence! Space is limited. Please visithttps://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Kb1cbkZgvu_69DVa4J28bLAnUXYUZDi-Ea3gvnQItQc/viewform for more information and to register for a session.
Northeastern State University is offering an exciting summer opportunity to attend a five day criminal justice summer academy. The cost is only $50 for the entire week, which includes lunch. Students will have the opportunity to participate in solving a mock crime scene. Apply online at: https://academics.nsuok.edu/continuingeducation/YouthPrograms/SummerCamps.aspx
Tahlequah Camp: July 18-22
University of Oklahoma is offering Reading Skills and Speed Reading Summer Programs. These programs are for 4 year olds all the way through 12th grade. For more information and to register, phone 1-800-964-9974. Programs are taught by instructors from the Institute of Reading Development. Tuition varies by program level.
Operation Orange is OSU’s Medical Summer Camp where students have the opportunity to study human anatomy, perform intubations, and learn about career opportunities in the healthcare field. To register visit www.healthsciences.okstate.edu/operationorange. For more info. contact Jessica Bradley at 918-561-1209.
Cherokee Nation offers a college prep. course for Cherokee students who are currently sophomores, about to be juniors. Enroll at www.cherokeenationfoundation.
Concurrent Cherokee Students: Applications open in July and close about a month later for cherokee funding on concurrent courses. Apply at www.cherokee.org, go to the college resources page, then go to downloads.
Are you interested in becoming a court reporter? You can find out how to shadow a reporter or speak with a reporter by contacting Sherry Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 405-232-9673. Students mst have strong grammar and punctuation skills, be detail oriented, self disciplined, and have a sharp memory.
Tulsa Pipe Trades Training School is accepting applications year round. Contact info.: www.tulsapipetrades.com (918)622-4060. 8602 E. 46th Street, Tulsa, OK.
The University of Oklahoma has partnered with RAISE.ME to award you scholarships based on your achievements during high school. As you add good grades, activities, and more to your RAISE.ME portfolio, you can earn up to $6,000, redeemable when you attend OU. To be eligible, you must have a 3.5 GPA and be a first generation college student or participate in the free and reduced lunch program. You must apply to OU by Feb. 1st of your senior year. Learn more at raise.me/join/oklahoma.
If you are a Quapaw Tribal Citizen there are higher education funding opportunities available as well as ACT/SAT funding.