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AAA TRAVEL HIGH SCHOOL CHALLENGE

-For 9th-12th graders

-Deadline January

-$25,000

-3 awards

-http://www.aaa.com/travelchallenge

AAIA-NURSING SCHOLARSHIP-Adolph Van Pelt Special Fund for Indian Sch.

-For Native Americans

-Seniors http://discovernursing.com

-$500-$800

-Based on merit & need

-National

AAIA-DISPLACED HOMEMAKER SCHOLARSHIPS

-Native American

-Seniors

-Major in Nursing -$1000 http://discovernursing.com -National

AAIA-NORMAN M. CROOKS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPDue July20th

-Native American

-$1000

-Seniors

-Major in Nursing http://discovernursing.com -For Men -National

AAMN FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MEN

-For Men

-$1000

-Seniors

-Major in Nursing http://discovernursing.com -National

ACADEMIC COMPETITIVENESS GRANTS & SMART GRANTS

For Seniors & College Students

-ACG-will provide up to $750 for 1 year of undergraduate study & up to $1,300 for st2nd year for full timestudents who are U.S. Citizens, eligible for a Federal Pell Grant, and who had successfully completed arigorous high school program (like OHLAP requirements) as determined by the state or local education agency & recognized by the Secretary of Education.2nd year students must also have maintained a cumulative GPAof at least 3.0

SMART Grant will provide up to $4,000 for each of the 3 & 4 years of undergraduate study to full-time rdth students who are U.S. Citizens, eligible for a Federal Pell Grant, and majoring in physical, life, or computerciences, mathematics, technology, or engineering or in a foreign language determined critical to national security.

The student must also have maintained a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 in coursework required for the major.The National SMART Grant award is in addition to the student’s Pell Grant award. -List of eligible majorshttp://ifap.ed.gov/dpcletters/attachments/GENO615Attach1.pdf

ACKINSON SCHOLARSHIP Due Sept 25

-National-$1750

-Juniors & Seniors & College Students www.ackinson.com/scholarships 1000 Word Essay

ACT TEST SIGN UP

-Sign up online www.actstudent.org

-Test dates & locations

-For 9TH - 12TH graders

-Mooreland will host October, December, February, & April test dates

-Changes needed (like date change) please call 319-337-1270 (there may be additional charges)

-ACT Mooreland HS code is:372-420

ADA ENDOWMENT & ASSISTANCE FUND, INC. Due October 16th

-Dental Assisting Sch.-10 $1000 scholarships awarded

-Dental Hygiene Sch.-15 $1000 scholarships awarded

-Dental Student Sch.-25 $2500 scholarships awarded

-Minority Dental Student Sch.-25 $2500 scholarships awarded

-Dental Laboratory Technology Sch.-5 $1000 scholarships awarded

-Contact ADA @312-440-2547 or www.ada.org

-College Students

-National

AETNA SCHOLARSHIP

-African American

-Seniors -Major in Nursing http://discovernursing.com -National

AFSCME FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP

-$2000

-Children or grandchildren of AFSCME Members

-Seniors -Major in Nursing http://discovernursing.com

-National

AG CAREERAvailable online in Octoberhttp://www.agriliance.com/4careers/scholarships.asp

Ag Career Interest Essay

-Seniors

-Leadership & Academic performance

Due March
AIA/AAF MINORITY/DISADVANTAGEDDue December

-Seniors or College Freshmen-Essay on interest in Architecture

-Financial Need

-GPA, ACT Scores, & Free-hand drawing

-Nominated by Teacher - www.naab.org

AL’S FORMAL WEAR-Salute to Education Due May 7th

-$2500

-Find more details online www.alsformalwear.com

-Seniors

ALAN BRALEY MEMORIAL Due May 1st

-Woodward Round-up Club

-Seniors

-Local

-Academic Achievement & Community & School Involvement

ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL FOUNDATION COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

-Hearing Impaired

-Major in Nursing -Seniors http://discovernursing.com -National

ALICE NEWELL JOSLYN MEDICAL FUND

-Latino students

-Major in Nursing -Seniors http://discovernursing.com -National

ALMEN-WEST OKC ROTARY SCHOLARSHIP Due November 10th

-Seniors

-$2000 - $4000

-Apply online at http://www.occf.org

Click on scholarship center

-20 scholarships awarded statewide-Oklahoma

AMERICA LIBRARY OF POETRY CONTEST

-4 Divisions

Grades 3-5

Grades 6-7

Grades 8-9

Grades 10-12

-April is National Poetry Month

$500 US Savings Bond

No more than 20 lines on any subject

All students may submit one poem.—TYPED

-Must be original work

-Mail entries to:―Review Committee‖ c/o The America Library of Poetry, P O Box 978, Houlton, ME 04730

-Online entries may be made at www.libraryofpoetry.com

-For more information call 506-328-4964

AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP CENTER Due Spring

-YOUTH LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE @ OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY

-Conference held in June

-Leadership Accomplishments & Activity Involvement

-Juniors & Seniors

AMERICAN CONGRESS ON SURVEYING & MAPPING Due November 1st

-College Students

-Major in survey-mapping related profession

-Amounts vary

-Contact #’s 240-632-9716 ext.113

-National

AMERICAN COUNCIL OF THE BLIND SCHOLARSHIPS

-Legally blind persons

-Seniors

-National -Major in Nursing http://discovernursing.com

AMERICAN DENTAL HYGIENISTS’ ASSOCIATION INSTITUTE FOR ORAL HEALTH

Due June 30th

-$1000 to $1500

-Financial Need

-Enrolled in Dental Hygiene Program

-Minimum GPA of 3.0

-Career Goals Statement

-National www.adha.org/institute -Contact #’s 800-735-4916

AMERICAN FIRE SPRINKLER ASSOCIATION-3000 Word Essay-Seniors

-National

-$5000

-Apply online starting September 1st

- http://www.afsascholarship.org/

-Online Test

Due April

AMERICAN GEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE-MINORITY GEOSCIENCE Due March 10th-Black, Hispanic, or Native American Students

-Seniors

-Major in Geoscience

Financial need

$250 to $1000

-National

-Contact #’s 703-379-2480

AMERICAN INDIAN SCHOLARS Due Mid-March

-@ Oklahoma City University

-Full Tuition, room and board scholarship plus $200 stipend per semester towards books

-Apply onlinewww.okcu.edu/students/multicultural

-call 405-208-5171 or email @ cbailey@okcu.eduor 405-208-5529 fax

-For more information go to www.okcu.edu/careers

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS Due May

-Engineering as a Major

-Seniors

-$500

-Apply online

http://students.aiche.org/honors/index.asp#scholar

AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL Due July

-Play on an American Legion Baseball Team

-Nominated by Head Coach

For more infowww.legion.org

-Seniors

-$1000

AMERICAN LEGION NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL ORATORICAL CONTEST

-For more information about contest go to www.legion.org

-National & State contest -Up to $18,000 in scholarships

AMERICAN MEDICAL TECHOLOGISTS Due April 1st

-Financial Need -National -Seniors -5 $500 sch.

-Major in medical technology, medical assisting studies, dental assisting, or phlebotomy studies. -Goals, academics, activities, experience, & personal references.

-Contact 847-823-5169 or email amtl@aol.com or www.amtl.com

AMERICAN MENSA SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP (IQ) http://www.us.mensa.org

AMERICAN METEOROLOGICALDue Feb. 10th

-Seniors and College Students

-Apply online http://www.ametsoc.org -$3000 renewable for 2 years

-Minority students

-Careers in Atmospheric or related sciences

AMERICAN WELDING SOCIETY

-National

-Many different welding scholarships

-Seniors

-$2500

For more information www.aws.org/foundation

-Welding engineering or related field

AMERICORPS

-Seniors & College Students www.americorps.orgor call 1-800-942-2677 -Apply online

AMVETS

Due January 15thDue OctoberDue April

-Senior or College Freshman

-Minimum GPA of 3.0

-Must be the child or grandchild who is an AMVETS member

-Financial Need

-Apply onlinewww.amvets.org

-Must demonstrate academic promise & financial need

-For more information, call 877-726-8387 -Essay

ANN FORD SCHOLARSHIP

-3.0 GPA or higher

-Learning Disability

-Seniors

-$10,000

-National

Anne & Matt Harbison scholarship Due March 31st

-$1500

-Learning disability

-Nominated-brief letter by nominator stating relationship

-Renewable up to 3 additional consecutive years

- 2 LOR's

-Verification of language-related learning disability- 2 page letter max. (NO IEP) -Essay

-Seniors

-email: society@mosssociety.org or call 540-943-5678 or fax 540-949-8408

-for application & brochure go to http://www.mosssociety.org -mail application to:P. Buckley Moss Society

20 Stoneridge Dr. Suite 102Waynesboro, VA 22980

ANYCOLLEGE.COM DRAWING

-4 Deadlines per year-March 31 , June 30 , September 30 , & December stthth1st

-$2,000 Scholarship awarded 4X per year-Drawing

-Seniors

-Sign up online @ www.anycollege.com

-This website is also a college search engine that lists over 5,500 accredited colleges & universities

-Students may search for a college by program, school type, location, or athletic interest

-Website is free & requires NO registration

-If you have questions, contact Sarah Eckert @ 866-900-9933 or email seckert@anycollege.com

ARNETT-NEW HOLLAND---OSU-OKMULGEE Due March

-Attend OSU-Okmulgee

-Seniors

-Attend programs through High Plains Tech Center-Diesel Mechanics

-Approx. $10,000-Full Ride

-Job @ Arnett-New Holland after finished with school

ARTS RECOGNITION & TALENT SEARCH-LIVE THE DREAM

-Seniors

-Performing, Literary, & Visual Arts-Dance, Film & Video, Jazz, Music, Photography, Theater, Visual Arts,

Voice, Writing

-Up to $10,000

-Registration Deadline:October 2nd

-Portfolio Materials Deadline:November 1st -For more information www.NFAA.ARTSawards.org or call 1-800970-ARTS

API Due April

-$500 per semester X8 = $4000

-Local Woodward Area

-Seniors

-Financial Need

-Academic Achievement & Leadership Qualities

AVON COSMETICS FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP

-$1,000 OR $2,000

-Seniors

-Parent must be employed by Avon

-Go to the website @ http://www.myavon.com

AVIATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE @ SOUTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY

-Tuition & fees for 4 year total is $57,827

-Seniors

-For more information visit http://www.sosu.edu or http://aviation.sosu.edu or call 800-435-1327 -Financial aid & scholarships are available

-Active internships with American Airlines, Northwest Airlines, Southwest Airlines, TransWorld

Airlines, and Club Marketing

AVEDA INSTITUTE

-Programs in Cosmetology, Esthiology, Massage Therapy, & Manicuring -Seniors

-For more information visit www.avedainstitutes.com or call 877-99-AVEDA

-Institutes in Louisiana, Texas, Georgia, & North Carolina

AYN RAND-ANTHEMDue March

-9th & 10 gradersth

-Essay Contest

-Cash Awards-$30, $50, $200, $500, $2000

-600 to 1200 Words

-Submit your Essay online www.aynrand.org/contests

-$200 gift certificate for Teachers who submit the most essays

-National

AYN RAND-THE FOUNTAINHEAD Due April

-Juniors & Seniors

-Essay Contest

-Cash Awards-$50, $100, $1000, $2000, $10,000

-800 to 1600 Words -Submit your Essay online www.aynrand.org/contests

-$200 gift certificate for Teachers who submit the most essays -National

AXA ACHIEVEMENT Due December

-Outstanding Achievement in school, community, & workplace

-Nominated by unrelated adult

-$10,000

-Seniors

-Describe in detail one non-academic activity-longterm in school, community or workplace

-Academic accomplishments & school & community activities axaachievement@scholarshipamerica.org

-Encouraged to apply for all the AXA scholarships-but can only receive one -National

BANK OF OKLAHOMA-NELNET No Due Date

-Apply online weekly for $1000 drawing from September to March www.netnet.net/collegeplanning

-National

-Seniors

BANK OF AMERICA-Apply online -Seniors www.bankofamerica.com/studentsweeps-National-$1000Due Date Varies
BEST BUYDue Feb 15th

-Submit application online http://communications.bestbuy.com/communityrelations/scholarships.asp-National

-Seniors

-Online applications available January

-$1000, $2000, & $25000 scholarships available -1500 scholarships

BERNARD HARRIS EXXONMOBIL/NASA SUMMER SCIENCE CAMP

-Located at SWOSU

-2 LOR

-Call Wayne K. Trail @ 580-774-3124 or email wayne.trail@nwosu.edu

-2 week camp

-Free camp science & engineering -6 , 7 , 8 graders onlyththth

BETA CLUB

http://www.betaclub.org

BIRCH TELECOM Due March

-Applications obtained online

-Seniors

- www.birch.com/scholarship

-$25000

-Oklahoma is one of 12 eligible states

BIOGRAPHY OF THE YEAR SCHOLARSHIP CHALLENGEDue Nov. 30th

-National

-Grades 5-12

-$2,500-$5,000

-Biography Essay about important figures in society

-Website: http://www.aetv.com/class/contests/

-Applicants send essays & application by mail to:P O Box 7267

Melville, NY 1175-7267

BOYS SCOUTS OF AMERICA

-Application period between January & May

-3 LOR

-Essay

-Seniors

-Financial Need

-Scouting background-2 years minimum

-Apply onlinewww.bsa.scouting.org

-National

-for more scholarships http://www.scouting.org

BOWLING-COLUMBIA 300 JOHN JOWDY

Due June 1stDue April 1st

-Apply online www.columbia300.com-$500

-Actively involved in the sport of bowling

-Seniors -National

BRANDON WHITTEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPDue April 1st

-―Underdog‖ to reward overachieving, financially challenged student an opportunity

-4 years of tuition, education materials, & certain living expenses @ an Oklahoma College-5 ESSAYS

-Tax Returns, Records of untaxed income, Current Bank statements, & Records of current investments -Resume

-4 LOR’S from fellow student, 2 teachers or coaches, & family member

-Transcript & ACT Scores

-Seniors

-Picture of Applicant

-Interview

Mail application & materials to: The Whitten-Newman Foundation

One Leadership Square

211 N. Robinson Ave. Ste. 1350A

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102

-For more information call Jason Benson @ 405-415-5921-Check out the website @ www.whittenburragelaw.com

BRICK AWARDS DUE Oct. 25th

-National Scholarship

-$10,000 to 6 people 18 and under

-Winners also receive equal amount of money for community grant

-$5000 to 3 people 19-25

-Outstanding leadership

-Apply online http://www.dosomething.org/awards/brick/apply/

-Community Service

-Community buildings, health, or environment community service -3 LOR

BURGER KING

-$1000

-Minimum GPA of 2.5

-Work part-time-15 hours per week

-Community involvement

-Seniors

-Financial Need

-Nominated

-LOR

-One student per school can be nominated

Due December
ROBERT C. BYRDDue March

-$1000-32 on ACT

-Oklahoma Scholarship

-for more information go to www.okhighered.org

-Seniors

CAMRAS SCHOLARS PROGRAM

-Must attend Illinois Institute of Technology

-Full tuition-$23,329

-Seniors

-5 Areas of Interest—Leadership, Service Research, Entrepreneurship, & Athletics-in which to focus theirefforts & gain exposure to real-world experiences

-Increased research opportunities & access to IIT’sInterprofessional Projects Program (IPRO)

-Contact #’s 312-567-3025 or 800-448-2329 or fax 312-567-6939

-Technology Focused University that studies sciences, business, communication, psychology, engineering,

& architecture

-Apply online @ www.admission.iit.edu

CARGILL SALT-COMMUNITY Due February

-$1000

-Apply onlinehttps://www.scholarshipamerica.org/cargill/ -National

-Seniors

CARGILL SCHOLARSDue Feb. 16th

-Studying abroad in Asia or Latin America

-Seniors

-Must be nominated by Feb.16th

-Completed applications due March 16th

-For more information & application visit www.AFSCargillScholars.org or call 800-237-4636 x1593

“CAREER DIRECTIONS” PROGRAM

-Help a student figure out what careers are best suited for him/her

-Go to www.careertrain.com

CAREER EXPLORATION -http://sigi.ou.edu

CAREER FITTER Due May

-Apply online http://www.careerfitter.com/scholarship/index.htm

-$500

-National

-Seniors

-You can take a career test also.

-250 Word Essay -Minimum GPA of 2.5

CAREER INFORMATION

www.cas.okstate.edu/career.index.html

CAREER PLANNING/INTERNSHIPS & CO-OPS www.ou.edu/career/

CAREER WEBSITES www.careermag.com/ www.stetson.edu/~rhansen/careers.html

www.yahoo.com/Education/Guidance/Career_and_Employment_Planning/

Career world essay contest

-for 7th - 12th graders

-$100

-essay -500 word limit- profiling a chosen career or a person or career you admire

-for more information go to www.weeklyreader.com/teens

-40% comprehensive presentation of career -20% grammar, punctuation & spelling -mail your entry form & essay to:what's your career story? contest, career world,

1 reader's digest road, Pleasantville, NY

10570-7000

CASTROL SYNTEC OUTPERFORMER Due November 1 -$7500st

For aspiring auto technicians to attend an automotive program

-For ages 16-25

-500 word essay

-Apply online at www.syntecoutperformers.com

CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK OF ENID

CHAD CARGILL ACT PREPARATION WORKSHOPS

-Held during the Fall before the October ACT Date @ High Plains Votech

-For more information www.cargillconsulting.comClick on Calendar for dates of workshops

-Students can buy programmed graphing calculators for ACT or have their graphing calculator programmed for a fee.

-ACT Prep Books are available for $20. (Counselor’s office has one to loan out)

CHANCELLOR’S SCHOLAR

-High ACT

-Community Involvement & Academic Achievement

-Oklahoma Scholarship

-Seniors

-Leadership Qualities

-$1000

-Check out past recipients @ www.okhighered.edu

CHAPEL OF FOUR CHAPLAINSAnnual ProjectLifesaver

Due March 1stDue December

-Project Lifesaver-Team of 5 members-Needs faculty advisor to lead--$1000 awarded if team wins

-only 1 project for school is permitted

-$750 each

-Seniors

-Essay describing a community project

-Cover page needed with team member information

-Include photos, flyers, documentation, to convey the flow or essence of your project

-Community involvement & leadership accomplishments

-Selfless service, compassion, & humanity demonstrated by the students in conducting a project

-for more information go to http://www.fourchaplains.org

-email chapel@fourchaplains.org or call 215-218-1943 or fax 215-218-1949

CHEROKEE NATION Due June

-Information online in January - www.highereducation@cherokee.org

CHOCTAW NATION OF OKLAHOMA Due May 31st

-S.T.A.R. (Success Through Academic Recognition) Education Incentive Program

-2nd through 12 grade Choctaw Students & Be a member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahomath -Valid CDIB Card

-Achieve no grade lower that a B to be eligible for recognition

-Students will also be recognized for having perfect attendance

-Eligible students making all A’s --$25 Wal Mart Gift Card

-Eligible Students making all A’s & B’s--$10 Wal Mart Gift Card

-Eligible students who have Perfect Attendance--$25 Wal Mart Gift Card

-In Honor Classes, B’s count as A’s and C’s count as B’s

Return application to:Choctaw Nation of OklahomaSTAR Program

16th & Locust, P O Box 1210Durant, OK 74702

580-775-2965 fax 580-924-0880 email:kbaxter@choctawnation.com

-For more information, contact Keith Baxter @ 580-924-8280 ext. 2639 or email @ star@choctawnation.com

CHRIS MCATEE Due April

-300 Word Essay

-Good Moral Character

-Community service, leadership, and activities

-Seniors

-Minimum 3.0 GPA

-3 LOR

-Local –Northwest Oklahoma area (NWOKPP)

-for more information & to mail completed application to contact: Gayla McAtee, RR 2 Box 332, Laverne, OK 73848

CIMARRON CLUSTER YOUTH ENTREPRENEUR FAIR Due April 12th

-Any 8th-12th grade Student interested in creating a business or marketable product

-Open to students from Waynoka, Vici, Seiling, Freedom, Arnett, Taloga, Aline-Cleo, Ringwood,Cherokee, Fairview, and Mooreland

-Held @ Waynoka High School

-For more information email barker_k@hotmail.com

-Sponsored by: Ogallala Commons and Cimarron Cluster www.ogallalacommons.org -The top three products or concepts exhibited will receive a CASH PRIZE!

-1st Place-$750, 2nd Place-$500, 3 Place-$250rd

-Business Plan & Interview & Booth Presentation @ the Fair & Adaptability or Feasibility of concept of product to a Rural Area -Fair held in May

CLEP TEST

-For CLEP information & to sign up online www.collegeboard.com/clep

-CLEP phone # 800-257-9558 or email CLEP@info.collegeboard.org

-dates & locations for CLEP tests

-Mooreland HS code is:372-420

COCA-COLA Due October 31 st -National

-Seniors

-Apply onlinewww.coca-colascholars.org

-$1000, $4000, $20,000 scholarships

-650 scholarships available

-Minimum GPA 3.0

-Community involvement & Leadership Qualities & Academic Achievement

COFFEEVILLE JUNIOR COLLEGE-NATIVE AMERICANS

-For Native Americans

-Seniors

Pay books & tuition for two years

Went to National Finals in Football-sports scholarships available

-contactBeth Murrill @bethmurrill@coffeeville.edu

-Located in Coffeeville, Kansas

-Home of Amazon.com –offer jobs to students @ $10 per hour & work around school schedules

COLORADO COLLEGE SUMMER PROGRAM Due April

-For Next Year’s Juniors

-FREE

-Two week pre-college course

-Value of program $1997

-Stipends for travel, and spending money is provided

-2 LOR

-400 to 600 Word Essay

-Stay in Dorms

-Highly Motivated

-Apply online www.ColoradoCollege.edu/SummerPrograms

COLORADO COLLEGE SUMMER PROGRAM Due April

-For Next Year’s SENIORS

-FREE

-Three week college course-College credit-5 to 6 hours

-Value of program $3000

-Stipends for travel, and spending money is provided

-2 LOR

-400 to 600 Word Essay

-List of Honors & Awards & Activities

-Highly Motivated

-Stay in Dorms

-Apply online www.ColoradoCollege.edu/SummerPrograms

COLLEGE GOAL SUNDAY Every year in February

-Expert advice on financial aid & college planning

-One-on-one help @ college campus

-To find out time, date, and a participating campus near your school visit www.ogslp.org/cgs or call 800-858-1840

COLLEGE SAVINGS PLAN-OKLAHOMA 529

-To enroll & for more information visit www.ok4saving.org or call 1-877-OK4SAVING (1-877-6547284)

-College savings consultants are available 7am – 7pm Central time Monday-Friday

-Anyone can open an account

-Oklahoma Tax Deduction

-Tax advantages

-Savings can be used at virtually any college in the U.S.

-Choice of Investment Options

COLLEGE PREPARATION WEBSITES www.petersons.com www.collegeboard.org - www.collegeview.com

DAR

-Nominated-SENIOR ONLY

-Essay

-2 LOR

-Community Service -Oklahoma

-

DAR ESSAY CONTEST-Woodward Chapter

-5th through 8 gradesth

Due October 15thDue Oct.15th

-―Jamestown Colony is Settled‖ –topic for essay -Contact person is Linda Brown Fox @ 580-885-7705 or emailechslfox@pldi.net

DAR ESSAY CONTEST-Woodward ChapterDue Oct. 15th

-for grades 9th through 12th

-Christopher Columbus Essay topic is ―At Sea or At Home: Different Perspectives on the Voyage to the New World‖

-Contact person is Linda Brown Fox @ 580-885-7705or emailechslfox@pldi.net

DACOMA-Parents are a member of Dacoma Farmers Coop

-$500

-2 LOR

-Community involvement -Future plans & goals

DISCOVER

Due May 1st Due January

-For Juniors only-Apply online www.discovercard.com/tribute.htm

-All-around Accomplishments

(10 scholarships)-$25000, (300 scholarships)-$2500 -Community Involvement & Academic Achievement

DiscoverNursing.com

-various scholarships for nursing careers

-Seniors & college students

-Go online to http://discovernursing.com

-Check out qualifications for each scholarship online

-scholarships for just men going into nursing

-Minority scholarships

DOBSON PRIDEDue December

-Apply online https://www.scholarshipamerica.org/i-applications/dobson/ -Be Dobson Cellular Systems customer

-$2500

-National

-Seniors -Minimum GPA 3.5

DUCT TAPE Due June

-Students ages 14 years & older who are attending high school prom

$2500 per person-$5000 for couple -Check out website for information http://www.ducktapeclub.com -Send picture & application

EAGLE SCOUTS SCHOLARSHIPS

-For more information http://cimarronbsa.org/CowboyEagles.asp

-For senior boys

-For information on being an Eagle Scout @ OSU http://admissions.okstate.edu

-Contact Jeremy L. Zweiacker –Cowboy Eagles Coordinator @ 1-800-233-5019 *1

-Email jl.zweiacker@okstate.edu

EDUCATION IS FREEDOM Due January

-Financial Need

-Seniors

-Activities/Leadership

-$2000

-Apply online

- http://www.educationisfreedom.org

-Applications available online in November

-Renewable up to 3 years

EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION

-$4.00 Processing fee

-1 application applies for 2 different scholarships:

-Who’s Who Among American H.S. Students Award

-The National Dean’s List Award- www.ecisf.org

-National

-Seniors

-Amounts vary from $1,000-$6,000

EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH CENTER OF AMERICA Due April

-$1000

-Apply online http://www.studentresearch.org/public/application.html

-Community involvement & Academic achievement

-School involvement

-Seniors

ELKS Due January

-Range from $1000 to $15000

-Financial need

-Seniors

-Leadership qualities -Apply online

http://www.elks.org/enf/scholars/mvs.cfm

ESA FOUNDATION Due February 1st

-Apply online www.esaintl.com/esaf

-National

-$5 processing fee

-Minimum GPA 3.0

-Seniors

-22 on ACT

-Top 25% of High School Class

FAMILY, CAREER, AND COMMUNITY LEADERS OF AMERICA SCHOLARSHIP http://www.fhahero.org

4-H CLUBS

http://www.fourhcouncil.edu

FANNING-FUSSELL Due March

-$1250

-Essay

-2 LOR

-Seniors

-Minimum GPA 2.5

-Parents must be a member of Northwestern Electric Coop or customer receiving propane orelectric service -Local-Woodward area

-Apply online www.nwecok.coop-Click Member Services

FARM BUREAU Due March

-Parents must be member of Woodward Farm Bureau

-$1000

-Seniors

-Ag related Major

-Awards & Honors

-For more information call the Woodward Farm Bureau Office @ 580-256-3806

FARM CREDIT OF ENID Due April 1st

-For more information go to www.fcenid.com

-Essays

-LOR

-Seniors

-Photo

-Work Experience

-Leadership activities

-Parent or grandparent needs to be an ACA stockholder

-Mail application to:Farm Credit of Enid, ACA Scholarship Program

2008 Application (this will change each year)

P O Box 168

Enid, OK 73702

-Contact #’s are 580-233-3489 Fax # 580-233-3499

FARMER’S UNION Due

-Member of Oklahoma Farmers Union

-Minimum GPA 2.75

-Seniors

-Knowledge of Oklahoma Farmers Union & Involvement

-Leadership activities & Academic achievement

-Financial Need

Lively Insurance Agency in Woodward for application -Local-Woodward area

FARM4LESS-AG MECHANICS Due

-through FFA-Mr. Kinney

-Major in Agriculture or related field

-Seniors

-Welding project specifications -$1000

FASTWEB SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH

-FREE

-sign up @ www.fastweb.com/highschool

-emails sent on upcoming scholarship deadlines

-National & Oklahoma scholarships available

-free bulletins on college & scholarships

FFA SCHOLARSHIPS Due February

-Apply onlinehttp://www.ffa.org/programs/scholarships/index.html

-This application covers MANY SCHOLARSHIPS

-Mr. Kinney also has information on FFA scholarships -Seniors

FIRST AMERICAN BANK Due March

-Summer internship

-Seniors

-Recommended by teacher or counselor

-Approx. value $2000

-Practical experience & on-the-job training

-top 20% of class

-Declared Business, Ag Economics, Math or Computers as a major -Essay

FLEMING MEDICAL (OMRF)

-Apply between Junior in High School to Junior in College

-Medical related major

-Apply online www.omrf.org/fleming

Due Feb
FRANCES KIIP PARSONS/AT&T PIONEERS MEMORIALDue April 15th

-$500 cash award for Fall & Spring-Family income of applicants may not exceed $50,000

-1st Time entering Freshmen with 3.0 GPA or higher

-Oklahoma Resident

-Enroll full-time at an eligible Oklahoma postsecondary institution

-Preference will be given to students with strong volunteer & leadership skills

-Tax Return

-For more information contact:The Frances Koop Parsons/AT&T Pioneers Memorial Scholarship

Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

P O Box 108850

Oklahoma City, OK 73101

Phone:800-858-1840 or 405-225-9131 in the OKC area

FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA SCHOLARSHIP

http://www.fbla-pbl.org

FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA SCHOLARSHIP

http://www.ffa.org

GAMESTOP YOUTH GRANTS Due May 15

-Promotes community service

-Outstanding youth-leadership & community service

-$500 grants to 30 people under 25 who submit creative proposals for solving local problems -National

-Apply online http://www.dosomething.org/awards/grants/apply/

GATES-MILLENNIUM SCHOLARSDue January -Minority

-Nominated

-Minimum GPA 3.3

-Seniors

-Leadership qualities & Academic Achievement

-Meet the Federal Pell Grant eligibility criteria

-LOR

-Apply online www.gmsp.org

-Financial Need

GENERAL FEDERATION OF WOMEN’S CLUBS (GFWC) Due April

-$200

-Seniors

-Local-Northwestern Counties of Oklahoma

-Applications available in the counselor's office or from Aletha Clayton @ Mooreland

-Plans to attend NWOSU or Panhandle State

GFWC-OKLAHOMA STATE Due July1st

-Nominated by GFWC committee member

-Seniors

-For more information contact Aletha Clayton @ Mooreland

-2 LOR

-Essay

-$2400 ($300 for 8 semesters)

-Nominated at the Local level

GO GIRL GO

-Apply onlinewww.GoGirlGo.com

-Leadership Qualities & Community involvement

-Involved in a sport or healthy active lifestyle

-Role model

-Seniors

-$5000 -National

GRACELAND UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP Due November 1st

-Must attend Graceland Univ. in Lamoni, Iowa

-Essay

-Seniors

3 sch.- value of full ride or tuition, fees, room and board

-Apply onlinewww.graceland.edu/scholarships -High Academic Achievements

GREAT PLAINS ASSOCIATION FOR COLLEGE ADMISSION COUNSELING (GPACAC)

Due February

-$1000-6 awarded

-Oklahoma, Kansas, & Nebraska-three-state/regional scholarships

-ACT 21 or higher

-Seniors

-500 word Essay

-For application go to:www.gpacac.net

-Mail applications & essays to: Mackenzie Buxcel, GPACAC Scholarship Committee

Creighton University Office of Undergraduate Admissions

2500 California Plaza Omaha, NE 68178

HAWKINS STUDENT LOAN TRUST FUND

-Loan-Must be paid back with interest

-Must graduate from high school in Woodward, Dewey, Harper, or Ellis Counties

-Seniors or College students

-3 References

-2 Additional co-signers -$1000 per semester maximum

HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE PROJECT Due April

-$100 to $5000

-1200 Word Essay

-Apply online http://holocaust.hklaw.com/

-Open to 9-12 graders

-National -Winners receive an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington D.C.

HORATIO ALGER NATIONAL PROGRAM Due October 30

-Apply online www.horatioalger.com/scholarships

-Apply between June 1 –October

-National

-Financial need

-Seniors

-Community involvement & Academic achievement

-School involvement

-Civic-minded

-$1000-$10,000

HRSA BUREAU OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS

-Major in Nursing

- http://bhpr.hrsa.gov/nursing/scholarship

-National

H.W. ALMEN-WEST OKC ROTARY

Due October 31stDue November

-GPA 3.0-3.5

-Parents income cannot exceed $70,000

Students who do not receive Pell or OTAG grants, or tuition waivers

-Principal nomination- 1 per school

-$2000 -$4000

-Seniors

-For more information email a.rose@occf.org

-Essay

-Academic Achievement & Community Involvement

-Academic Plan mail applications to: Scholarship Committee

Oklahoma city community Foundation

PO Box 1146

Oklahoma city, OK 73101-1146

IADES Fellowship Award

-$1000 to $5000

-For juniors only

-apply online www.imagine-america.org

-national

IDEA OF AMERICA ESSAY CONTEST Due April

-$1000 to $5000 -For Juniors only

-Apply online www.wethepeople.gov/essay -National

IMAGINE AMERICA FOUNDATION Due

-Must attend a Career College

-See website for details www.imagine-america.org

-40,000 $1000 scholarships

-Seniors

-Contact # 202-336-6800

IMAGINE AMERICA CAREER COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

-$1000

-Must attend a Career College

-2.5 GPA

-Financial Need

-Seniors

-Apply online www.iascholarship.com or email scholarships@career.org

IMAGINE-AGRICULTURE Due April

-$1500

-Agriculture or related field as a major

-Seniors

-Apply onlinewww.monsanto.com

- www.NAFB.com

-ACT minimum 18

INCIGHT SCHOLARSHIP

-$750

-Must have documented disablilty

-renewable for 4 years

-Seniors for more information email questions@incight.orgor call 971-244-0305

-applications available @ http://www.incight.org/scholarships.html -mail applications to incight scholarships

310 SW 4TH Ave., Suite 530Portland, OR 97204

Individual Artists of Oklahoma Art Scholarship

-For film or video major

-Seniors

-$500

-Oklahoma

-300 to 500 word essay

-submit a 3-12 minute vhs or dvd

-LOR

-for more information contact Jeff Stokes @ 405-232-6060

-mail applications, essay, LOR, & videos to IAO, P O Box 60824, OKlahoma city, OK 73146

INTERTRIBAL TIMBER COUNCIL Due April

-Native Americans

-Major in Natural Resources

-$1200 to $1800

-For Seniors and College Students

-Apply online http://www.itcnet.org/

Due April

JAMIE WALLING SCHOLARSHIP

-Local-Mooreland

-$1000

-Academic Achievement & community involvement

-Essay

-Seniors

-Information in the Counselor’s office

JAYCEE WAR MEMORIAL FUND Due February 1st

-10 $1000 scholarships

-Financial need

-Seniors

-Leadership skills & academic potential

-Send SASE and a $10 application fee to JWMF, P O Box 7, Tulsa, OK 74102-0007 -I don’t recommend scholarships that charge an application fee. -National

JCI SENATE-OKLAHOMA-JAYCEES Due December 31st

-Apply onlinehttp://www.usjcisenate.org/modules/scholarship/

-Or contact Marcia Werner @ marcialeewerner@aol.com

-$1000

-Financial need

-School & community involvement

-Academic Achievement

-State & National

-Seniors

JOB HUNTING www.monsterboard.com www.headhunter.net www.ajb.dni.us/ www.careerpath.com/index.html www.coolworks.com www.carreers.org/ www.newspapers.com

JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY

-America’s Career University

-$500 to Full Tuition

-National Student Organizations Scholarship

-Seniors

-For Members of National Student Organizations such as BPA, DECA, FBLA, FCCLA, JA, NationalFFA, Skills USA, and TSA.

-Contact #’s 1-800-342-5598 ext. 2345 or 401-598-1000 or www.jwu.edu

Judith Cary Memorial ScholarshipDue March 31st

-for major in Special Education- Bachelor's or masters

-college students

-$1000

-nominated- brief letter by nominator stating relationship

-complete 2 years minimum of undergraduate classes

-proof of acceptance in Special Education Program

-2 LORs

-Essay detailing school, community, & work involvement & achievements

-250-500 word essay- career goals & making a difference for students with special needs

-email @ society@mosssociety.org or call 540-943-5678 or fax 540-949-8408

-for application & brochure go to http://www.mosssociety.org -mail application to:P. buckley Moss Society

20 Stoneridge Dr. Suite 102 Waynesboro, VA 22980

JULIETTE A SOUTHARD/ORAL-B LABORATORIES Due January 31st

-Enrolled in a Dental Assisting Program

-National

-Amounts vary

- www.dentalassistant.org

-Contact American Dental Assistants Association, 35 East Wacker Dr, Suite 1730, Chicago, IL 60601-2211 Phone # 312-541-1550

JUNIOR STATESMAN SUMMER SCHOOL

-Opportunity for student leaders

-9 -12thth graders with a passionate interest in politics & current events

-Located on the campuses of Georgetown, Princeton, Yale, Stanford, & Northwestern

-A Rigorous Curriculum, Student Debates, & Speaker Programs

-To nominate students for this opportunity simply mail or fax nomination form to 650-347-7200 -If interested, contact your local counselor to be nominated.

-For questions or more information call 800-334-5353 or email jsa@jsa.org -Interested students can also access program & application materials online @ www.jsa.org/summer

KFC Colonel's scholars

-Seniors

-GPA of 2.75 or higher

-must attend a public, in-state college or university & pursue a bachelor's degree

-U.S. citizen or permanent resident

-apply online @ www.kfcscholars.org between Dec. 1 & Feb. 10th

-national

-financial need

-$20,000 (5,000 for 4 years)

- for more information call 1-866-KFC-7240

KEPPRA FAMILY EPILEPSY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMDue

-20 $5000 scholarships to epilepsy patients

-10 $5000 scholarships to family members or caregivers of epilepsy patients

-US resident-National

-Academic Achievement, Community Service, & Leadership activities

-Seniors or College Students

-Apply online @ www.Keppra.com or call 1-888-275-7928 for more information

KERR CENTER ESSAY CONTEST Due March

-Juniors & Seniors

-Apply online www.kerrcenter.com

-$250, $500, & $750

-800 to 1000 Word Essay -Oklahoma

KIWANIS CLUB Due April

-Academic Achievement

-Community & School involvement

-Essay

-seniors

-$500

-Local-Woodward County

-Apply online http://countyext.okstate.edu/woodward

-Minimum GPA 2.25

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS-CATHOLIC STUDENTS Due April

-Minimum GPA 2.5

-$750

-2 LOR

-Essay

-seniors

-Academic Achievement & Community involvement

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS-COMMUNITY STUDENTS Due April

-Minimum GPA 2.5

-$750

-2 LOR

-seniors

-Essay

-Academic Achievement & Community involvement

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS: PRO DEO & PRO PATRIADue March 1st

-Son or Daughter of Member or Deceased Member

-$1,500

-seniors

-Attend a Catholic College

-Contact The Catholic University of America, Washington DC 20064 or Department of

Scholarships,

Kinights of Columbus, P OBox 1670, New Haven, CT 06507-0901

LEAGUE OF UNITED LATIN AMERICAN CITIZENS-LULAC Due July

-Major in Business or English

-$2000-$5000

-Priority goes to Latin American

-Minimum 3.2 GPA

-seniors

-Essay

-References

-Apply online http://www.lulac.org/

LEADERSHIP OKLAHOMA Due January

-For Juniors only

-Live in Oklahoma

-Minimum GPA 3.25

-1 LOR

-Apply online www.leadershipoklahoma.com

-Leadership qualities -Leadership conference in June

LYNDA ANDERSON Due April

-Local-Mooreland

-Given by Coach Anderson

-$200

-50 word essay

-seniors

-GPA must be between 2.4-3.0

MASH-HEALTH CAREER SUMMER CAMP Due May

-Interest in Health Careers

-Cost $225

-For students ages 13-17

-One week camp in June @ Enid

-250 Word Essay

-For more information call 580-213-3170 or email sjpayne@nwosu.edu

MCDONALD’S NATIONAL EMPLOYEE Due March

-$1000

-Apply online http://www.mcdonalds.com/usa/good/community/scholarship.html

-Work at least 15 hours a week @ McDonald’s

-seniors

-Worked a minimum of 4 months & be currently employed @ McDonald’s

-Community involvement & Academic Achievement

-Honors & Awards

MCKELVEY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP Due January 31st -Seniors

-Demonstrated entrepreneurial spirit by owning & operating their own businesses while in high school

-Must have at least one employee, even if only part time

-Awards are based solely on demonstration of entrepreneurial spirit

-NOT based on academic achievement or financial need

-National

- 50 awards of $40,000 ($10,000 X4) Additional $2,500 for a summer abroad program

-For more information call 1-800-523-0009 or email info@mckelveyfoundation.org -Apply online @ www.mckelveyfoundation.org click on Entrepreneurial scholarship

MENSA Due December

-$100 to $1000

-550 Word Essay

-seniors

-Apply online http://merf.us.mensa.org/scholarships/zipfinder.php

-For Gifted students

-National

MHS 50 YEAR CLASS-Local-Mooreland

-$1000

-Academic Achievement

-Essay

-Honors & Awards

-seniors

-Community & School involvement

Due April
MILITARY CHILDRENDue February

-$1500 & up-seniors

-national

-Apply onlinehttp://www.militaryscholar.org/
MIRCROSOFTDue January

-Major in computer, Science/Engineering, Math or Physics-Must complete a salaried 12 week summer internship @ Microsoft @ Redmond, WA

-Full tuition for one year

-seniors

-Apply online http://www.microsoft.com/college/ss_overview.mspx -National

MOORELAND FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS Due March

-Honors & Awards

-Academic Achievement

-Community & School Involvement

-seniors

-$1000

-At least 9 scholarships will be given depending on amount of interest

-applications available in the counselor's office

MOOSE LODGE

-must be related to a member

-Seniors

-applications are available from the Moose Lodge or through their members

MORRIS K UDALL FOUNDATION Due March 1st

-Native American

-Major in careers related to Environment, Tribal Public Policy, or Health Care

-National

-Up to $5000

-Juniors & Seniors in College

- www.udal.gov/scholarship -Contact #’s 520-670-5529

NATIVE AMERICAN SCHOLARSHIPS-CHECK OUT YOUR TRIBE

-Do a search online of your tribe or call your tribal council for help

-Money is available especially if you also qualify for Pell

NATIONAL ACADEMY FOR NUCLEAR TRAINING Due February 1st

-College Students-sophomore, junior, or senior -Merit

-National

-$2500

-Minimum GPA of 3.0

-Major in nuclear utility career

-Contact #’s 800-294-7492 or www.nei.org/nantscholarships

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS (NFIB) Due February 12th

-$1000-400 winners $10,000-1 winner

-National

-Seniors

-Young Entrepreneur Award

-Apply onlinewww.NFIB.com/YEF or www.NFIB.com/education

-Nominated by NFIB member call 1-800-634-2669

-Essay

NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT Due October

-National

-5 $2000 to $15000

-1 LOR

-Seniors

-Essay

-Minimum GPA 2.75

-Apply online www.eee.org/bus/nasa/mission.htm

NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL ESSAY Due March

-$750, $1250, $2500

-National

-Grades 9-12

-750 to 1000 Word Essay -Major in Foreign Policy

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP

http://www.nhs.us

NATIONAL NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH INITIATIVEDue April -Summer Trip to Washington D.C. -From the Assoc. of American Indian Physicians

1225 Sovereign Row, Suite 103Oklahoma City, OK 73108

-Contact #’s 405-946-7072fax # 405-946-7651email lmyers@aaip.com

-Hobbies, Special Awards, Honors, & Achievements

-Statewide

-For students ages 16-18

-High Academics & ACT Scores

-Tribal information needed -Community Service

NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION

http://www.nrahq.org

NAVTEP-NATIVE AMERICAN VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

-Must be enrolled in a federally recognized tribe

-Must meet certain income guidelines

-Must be enrolled in an approved course at one of the partner schools -Eligible for stipend pay of $5.15 for every hour you are in class -Full time students -$309.00 every two weeks.

-Money is tax free & just plain free

-No strings attached-just go to school, get your certificate, & get paid to do it.

-Partner Schools-Gordon Cooper Tech @ Shawnee, Mid-America Tech @ Wayne, Central Tech @ Drumright,

Eastern OK County Tech @ Choctaw, Moore Norman Tech @ Norman, Meridian Tech @ Stillwater,

Central Tech @ Sapulpa, Central Tech Truck Driving School Metro Career Tech @ OKC,

Francis Tuttle Career Tech @ OKC, Wes Watkins Career Tech @ Wetumka, Mid-Del Career Tech @ OKC,

Ponotoc Career Tech @ Ada, Shawnee Beauty School Institute of Hair Design, Seminole State College,& Rose

State College

-Contact #’s 405-275-5269 or 1-800-880-9880 or fax 405-395-9309

NAVY ROTC

-Valued at over $150,000

-Apply to Navy ROTC

-ACT 22-English, 22-Math

-Apply online http://www.nrotc.navy.mil

-Kansas City area

Due January
NEVCO SCOREBOARD COMPANY SCHOLAR-ATHLETEDue March 31st

-Information @ www.nevco.com-25 $1,000 scholarships

-Seniors

-350 Word Essay

-2 LOR (1 from a coach outlining contribution to team, school, family, & community) -Letter of admission from College planning to attend -Contact information & mail applications to:

The NEVCO Scoreboard Company Scholar-Athlete Scholarship c/o Greater Saint Louis Community

Foundation

319 North Fourth Street Suite 300St. Louis, MO 63102

NOC-NURSING SCHOLARSHIPS Due February

-$250 to $1000

-Enrolled in Nursing Program with 3.0 GPA -Apply online www.north-ok.edu

NOC-OKLAHOMA STATE REGENTS SCHOLARSHIP Due February

-Tuition plus $1800 per year

-Seniors

-Oklahoma Resident

-Transferable to participating 4-year institutions -For more information www.north-ok.edu

NOC-PRESIDENT’S LEADERSHIP CLASS Due February

-Full Ride for two years

-Seniors

-ACT Score of 26 & 3.7 GPA

-Academic Achievement

-Community & School Involvement

-Honors & Awards

-Essay

-Apply online www.north-ok.edu

NOC-GARFIELD COUNTY RETIRED EDUCATORS’ SCHOLARSHIP

-Major in education

-$350-$400

-Seniors

-For more information & due date call 580-548-2353

NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA CATTLEMEN’S ASSOCIATION Due April 1st

-Major in Agricultural or related field

-seniors

- http://countyext.okstate.edu/woodward

-Local-Woodward area

NSU-MATH & COMPUTER SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP Due April 20th

-Apply & attend Northeastern State University

-Seniors

-Apply online @ http://www.nsuok.edu/STEMscholars

-Incoming freshmen

-$8,500 for 4 years

-12 scholarships awarded

-Major in Math or Computer Science

-Minimum GPA of 2.75

-Must demonstrate some financial need

-For more information call 918-444-5846 or email matzen@nsuok.edu

NWOSU-KINNEY

-Applied to NWOSU by April

-Filled out Scholarship application for NWOSU by April -$300

-Seniors

-Nominated

-Stackable-Does not Cap out

NWOSU-KINSER

-Applied to NWOSU by April

-Filled out Scholarship application for NWOSU by April

-4 years $1500 per year

-Nominated

-Seniors

-Stackable-Does not Cap out

NWOSU-PRESIDENT’S LEADERSHIP CLASS

-High ACT & Rank & Grades

-Academic Achievement

-Seniors & college students

-Community & School Involvement

-Honors & Awards

-$1200 per year

-Essay

-Apply online at www.nwosu.edu

NWOSU GOLF SCHOLARSHIP-GIRLS & BOYS

-Mike Hood –Golf coach

-seniors

-580-327-0707

-money available based on average golf score

NWOSU FINANCIAL AID

-http://www.nwosu.edu/financ/financ.html

OBU-ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS

-$1500 to Full Tuition

-seniors

-ACT of 23 or higher

-Minimum GPA of 3.75 -Apply online www.okbu.edu

Due Feb.1stDue February 1st

OBU-PRICHARD CHURCH VOCATIONS SCHOLARSHIP Due March 1st-$1800

-seniors

-Major or minor in religion or applied ministry in the Southern Baptist ministry or missions.

-Apply online www.okbu.edu

OCCUPATIONAL OUTLOOK HANDBOOK -http://www.bls.gov/oco/home.htm

OCU-FRANK G BROOKS SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP Due April

-Major in Science

-Attend OCU

-seniors

-Full Four Year Tuition

-$50,000 value

-Essay

-Community & School involvement

-Honors & Awards -Leadership Qualities

OERB PETROLEUM SCHOLAR Due March

-Major in Geoscience, Petroleum Engineering or Energy Management

-Attend OU, University of Tulsa, or OSU

-Up to $10,500 over 4 years

-Minimum GPA 2.75

-Oklahoma

-Seniors & College students

-Essay

-Community & School involvement

-Honors & Awards -Leadership Qualities

OERB SAFETY POSTER CONTEST Due April 2nd

-For 3rd, 4 , 5 , & 6 gradersththth

-Statewide contest

-Money & prizes & recognition awarded to the top 12 finalists

-Winners will be in the OERB Well Site Safety Calendar

-For more information call 800-664-1301 ext.216 or email rjohnson@oerb.com

OHLAP Due June 30th

-Apply online www.okpromise.org

-Apply from January 1st to June 30th

-Free College Tuition

--8th, 9 , & 10 graders can sign upthth

-Family’s adjusted income must be $50,000 or less at the time you sign up

-Must maintain a 2.5 GPA

-Must stay away from serious trouble, drugs, and alcohol.

-Must attend an Oklahoma Public College

-Must take certain classes in High School

-Contact #’s 1-800-858-1840 or email okpromis@osrhe.edu

-See Sooner Promise if enrolled in OHLAP and interested in attending OU

OKCIS

-EVERY PARENT & STUDENT SHOULD EXPLORE THIS WEBSITE WHETHER COLLEGE BOUND ORHEADED FOR THE WORLD OF WORK.

-Career Searches

-Salaries of various careers

-Employment Opportunities

-Financial Aid

-For parents, students, and teachers

-For more information http://okcis.intocareers.org

-Username:moorelandhs

-Password: okcis154

OK COLLEGE START

-www.OKcollegestart.org OKLAHOMA ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY COLLEGESDue January

-Attend Oklahoma Community College

-seniors

-$1000

-Minimum GPA 3.0

-3 LOR

-Community & School involvement

-Honors & Awards -Leadership Qualities

OKLAHOMA BURGLAR & FIRE ALARM Due March

-$500 to $1000

-Oklahoma

-seniors

-Apply onlinewww.okbfaa.com

-children of active duty police & fire personnel including volunteer firemen

-Community & School involvement

-Honors & Awards -Leadership Qualities

OKLAHOMA CAREER TECH FOUNDATION MINORITY CAREERTECH TEACHER RECRUITMENT/

RETENTION SCHOLARSHIP Due June 1st

-Full time students $1,500 ($750/semester for a max of 2 semesters per year)

-Part time students $500 ($250/semester for a max of 2 semesters per year)

-Pursuing or planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree to become a certified CareerTech credential

& have an approved Plan of Study with an approved institution of higher education

-Oklahoma Resident & attended CareerTech in or after High School

-Must be able to meet college admission & CareerTech Teacher education program requirements(if applicable).

-Be eligible or accepted to attend an Oklahoma institution of higher learning for the following fall& spring semesters.

-Must maintain a 2.5 GPA

-For more information, contact Lisa Eden, Administrator, Oklahoma CareerTech Foundation,

@ 405-743-5453 or email leden@okCareertech.org

-1500 Essay

-2 LOR

-Photo

-Transcript

-All items organized & submitted in a three-ring notebook mailed to:Lisa Eden

Oklahoma CareerTech Foundation

1500 W. Seventh

Stillwater, OK 74074-4364

OKLAHOMA CITY NATIONAL MEMORIAL & MUSEUM ESSAY CONTEST

Due February 1st

-Essays must be typed & double spaced

-Teachers may submit 5 per grade

-Mail Essays to Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, P O Box 323, Oklahoma City, OK 73101

-Contact #’s 405-235-3313 or fax 405-235-3315 or 888-542-HOPE or email lr@oklahomacitynationamemorial.org

Essays will be judged on originality, adherence to topic, & proper grammar, spelling, & punctuation

-Check with your Social Studies Teacher for more information

-1st Prize include trip to Washington DC, $100, & attend the New Orleans/OKC Hornets/ Washington Wizards basketball game

-Prizes awarded in each category

thth

-5 & 6 graders

-350 Word Essay -7th & 8 gradersth

-350 Word Essay -9th & 10 gradersth

-500 Word Essay

-11th & 12 gradersth-500 Word Essay

OKLAHOMA COUNCIL FOR INDIAN EDUCATION Due March 9th -Roll Card

-$500 to $1,500

-For more information contact Reba-Bruner@cherokee.org

-Oklahoma

-Academic Achievement, Community Service, Leadership, Character, & Indian Cultural Activities

-Open to 9-12 graders and college students -3 different scholarships available

-1 of the scholarships are for education majors -Must be submitted to:Jeanette Gassaway

100 Mockingbird LanePoteau, OK 74953

OKLAHOMA DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES COUNCIL-SUMMER CAMP

Due April 30th

-FREE Leadership camp on the campus of USAO in Chickasha-OK Youth Leadership Forum

-For more information go to www.okddc.ok.gov

-The camp is for high school JUNIORS & SENIORS WITH DISABILITIES-any disability

-Travel & aide expenses of family is reimbursed -Contact #’s are 405-521-4984 or 1-800-836-4470

OKLAHOMA INDIAN STUDENT HONOR SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIPDue March 9th

-Must be nominated

-GPA of 3.9 or higher for Oklahoma Indian Student Honor Society

-OISHS membership fee of $7.00

-$700

-Roll Card

-Academic Achievement, Community Service, Leadership, Character, & Indian Cultural Activities -Must be submitted to:Lila Hornbuckle

100 Mockingbird LanePoteau, OK 74953

-For more information contact hornbucklel@admin.poteau.k12.ok.us

OKLAHOMA COUNCIL OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS Due February

-Essay Contest

-Oklahoma

-$1000, $1500, $2000, $2500, $3000

For more information call 405-843-9212 or online www.ocpathink.org

-1000 to 1250 Word Essay

OKLAHOMA HERITAGE Due March

-Test in Fairview on an April Saturday

-Open to 9-12 graders

-Test in History & Government

-$1000

-Oklahoma

-For more information call Gini Moore Campbell @ 405-235-4458 or 888-501-2059 oremail gmc@oklahomaheritage.com

-Application available online @ www.oklahomaheritage.com

-Oklahoma Heritage Association

201 Nortwest 14th StreetOklahoma City, OK 73103

OKLAHOMA HERITAGE-John W & Mary D Nichols Scholarship Due March 1st -seniors

-Essay on Oklahoma history

-$10000

-Oklahoma-statewide

-Academic performance & ACT Scores

-Nominated

-For more information call Gini Moore Campbell @ 405-235-4458 or 888-501-2059 or email gmc@oklahomaheritage.com

-Application available online @ www.oklahomaheritage.com

-Oklahoma Heritage Association

201 Nortwest 14th StreetOklahoma City, OK 73103

OKLAHOMA HERITAGE WEEK CONTESTS Due October 20th

-Poster competition open to 4 ,5 ,&6th graders-$75 regional awardsthth

-Essay competition open to 7 ,8 , & 9 graders-$100 regional awardsththth

-Poster/Essay competition open to 10 ,11 , & 12 graders-$125 regional awardsththth

-State Awards $150, $250, & $350

-For more information call Gini Moore Campbell @ 405-235-4458 or 888-501-2059 oremail gmc@oklahomaheritage.com

-Information available online @ www.oklahomaheritage.com

-Oklahoma Heritage Association

201 Nortwest 14th StreetOklahoma City, OK 73103

OKLAHOMA JUNIOR MISS PAGENT Due March -Scholastics

-Interview

-Talent

-Self-Expression

-Fitness

-Apply online www.ajm.org

-Kathy Warn-State Director--call 405-340-7078 or email okjuniormiss@aol.com

OKLAHOMA PARKS CONTEST

-Essay & Drawing Contest

5 different categories for 1st graders through adults

-1,000 word essay

-For more information go to the website http://www.okstate.edu/education/okparks/

-Contact Oklahoma Parks Contest, 180 Colvin Center, OSU, Stillwater, OK 74078 -Call 405-744-5499 Fax # 405744-6507 or email okparks@okstate.edu

OKLAHOMA RURAL REHABILITATION CORPORATION (ORRC) Due April

-Must attend an Oklahoma College

-Financial Need

-seniors

-Sponsoring Farm Agency

-Community & School involvement

-Honors & Awards

-Leadership Qualities

-From a town w/20,000 or less in population

-Contact information—call 405-377-2010

Oklahoma Higher Education

-―Student Center‖ on the website

-Various scholarships

- www.okhighered.org/student-center/

-Families without internet access may call the Student Information Hotline at 800-858-1840 to receive the same information available on the website.

Oklahoma Schools Insurance Group (OSIG)

-for seniors

-school must be a member

-stop by the counselor's office in the spring for an application

OKLAHOMA SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS (OEF)Due January

-ACT-23 or higher

-$500 to $1000

-Essay & personal interview

-seniors

-Major in Engineering

-Minimum GPA 3.0

-Community & School involvement

-Honors & Awards

-Leadership Qualities

-Apply online http://www.ospe.org

OKLAHOMA SOCIETY OF LAND SURVEYORS Due December 31st

-Major in Land surveying

-seniors

-Attend College @ OSU-Oklahoma City, Tulsa Community, & East Central University -For more information call 405-

721-7222 visit www.surveyingcareer.com or www.osls.org oremail osls@osls.org -Minimum GPA of 2.5 or above

-ACT Score of 19 or higher

-Oklahoma resident

-Oklahoma Statewide scholarship

-Work directly under the supervision of a Professional Land Surveyor

Mail to:13905 Twin Ridge Road Edmond, OK 73034

OKLAHOMA YOUTH EXPO

-2 500 Word Essays

-1 application for several scholarships

-Involved in FFA or 4-H

-Apply online http://www.okyouthexpo.com/scholarships.htm

-$2000 to $20,000 range of scholarships

-Expo Exhibitor

OKLAHOMA WILDLIFE DEPARTMENT YOUTH CAMP Due April 27th

-For 14-16 year olds summer camp June 10-15 @ Camp McFadden @ Ponca City

-Must turn 14 years of age prior to June 10th

-A maximum of 35 youth will be selected, so apply ASAP

-1 LOR

-75 Word Essay

-Camp is designed to increase awareness of protecting & managing Oklahoma’s wildlife resources

-For more information stop by the counselor’s office or contact: Oklahoma Department of

Wildlife Conservation, Law Enforcement Division, P O Box 53465, Oklahoma City, OK 73152

OPRAH’S NATIONAL ESSAY CONTEST Due February

-Essay

-Apply online http://www2.oprah.com or www.oprah.com/bookclub

-Trip to Chicago, IL to receive award -Available online in January

OPSU FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS Due March 1st

-Application period is December 1-March 1

-seniors

-Contact 1-800-664-6778 ext.1392 or 580-349-1392 or email foundation@opsu.edu

-For a list of scholarships on the web www.opsu.edu

-Must attend Panhandle State University

ORGANIZATION OF RURAL OKLAHOMA SCHOOLS Due March 1st

-OROS Scholarship

-$500

-Honors, Activities, & Leadership

-Statewide

-seniors

-Community Service

-Essay

-Mail application to: OROS

311 W. Davis Creek Road, Suite BCaney, OK 74533

-Fax # 580-889-7484or call580-889-7172

-Apply online www.orosok.org

ORMCA-OK READY MIXED CONCRETE ASSOCIATIONDue November

-For students 16 to 18 years old

-Essays

-$500

-More money for concrete-related major

-Trip to Las Vegas, Nevada w/guardian to receive award

-Apply online www.ormca.com

ORPHAN FOUNDATION OF AMERICA EDUCATION FUNDDue March 31st

-Foster or former foster youth up to 25 years old

-Applicants must be in foster care on graduation from high school & not have been adopted -National -$1500 to $10,000

-Applications available online after January 1 st www.orphan.org

-Contact # 571-203-0270

OSSAA-OKLAHOMA SECONDARY SCHOOL ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION

-Due date depending on the sport you play

-football-due Dec.1;basketball-due Feb.15;baseball-due April 15; Soccer-due April 15;track &field-due April 15;

Wrestling-due Feb.15;Volleyball-due Dec.1;fast-pitch softball-due Dec.1; slow-pitch softball-due April 15

-2 LOR

-Photo

-Minimum score of 24 on ACT

-Seniors

-GPA of 3.5 or higher

-Other School Activities

OSIG SCHOLARSHIP Due April 1st

-1 per school & must be a member of OSIG

-For application go to http://osig.org/index.htm or call 1-866-444-0061

-Mail scholarships to:OSIG ScholarshipP O Box 3142 Tulsa, OK 74101

OSU APPLICATION Due Feb.1st

-Apply onlinewww.okstate.edu

-No fee waiver if applied online

-Must use paper application for fee waiver

-college students

-Fee waivers for OSU admission of $40 if student shows proof of Free/Reduced lunchor copy of ACT fee waiver

-Departmental scholarships require a separate scholarship application

-Performance based scholarships-music & art –require audition & portfolio due inJanuary or February -Study Abroad @ OSU

-48 hours minimum to study abroad

-2.8 GPA minimum

-abroad@okstate.edu or office in Student Union Basement

-OSU offers:Free tutoring in any subject, Over 350 student organizations,

University Counseling careerresource center,

(MLRC) Math Learning Resource Center, Writing Center, (SAM) Student Academic Mentor,Camp Cowboy-Summer

Camp, and

New Student Orientation

OSU HONORS COLLEGE Due February 1st

-ACT 27 or higher

-GPA 3.75 or higher

-seniors

-Apply online www.okstate.edu/honors -Smaller Classes & Honor student dorms available

OSU JOURNALISMDue March

-Major in journalism, media, broadcasting, or news-editorial

-$1000 to $2000

-seniors

-Apply online http://journalism.okstate.edu

OSU-MEDICAL COWBOYS SCHOLARSHIP starting Fall 2008

-Apply online http://www.okstate.edu/finaid or http://prehealth.okstate.edu

-Be enrolled as a full-time incoming freshman student @ OSU

-ACT score of 27 or higher

-Unweighted high school GPA of 3.75 or higher

-Demonstrated leadership & community involvement experiences

-Plan to pursue a healthcare profession—medical, dental, veterinary, pharmacy, or optometry -$2,500/ year & renewable up to 4 years for full time students who maintain 3.25 GPA or higher

OSU-OKMULGEE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMDue April 27th

-Must pursue an Associate Degree of Applied Science in Construction High Voltage

-Must attend OSU-Okmulgee

-seniors

-Based on student’s technical skills, abilities, & interests

-For a brochure & application go to http://psoklahoma.com/news/default.asp

-$1,785

-For more information call 918-599-2677 or email khouse@AEP.com

OSU SNEAK PEEK

-First come first serve

-for Juniors

-Apply online in the spring http://fp.okstate.edu/hscr/forms/sneakpeek.htm

-Find out about financial aid & scholarships

-Saturday in April

-Campus tours

-Football game

OSU PI KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY

-$1000

-Apply onlinehttp://orgs.okstate.edu/pikes

-Community & School involvement

-Honors & Awards

-seniors

-Leadership Qualities

Due Spring

OSU-SIGMA PHI EPSILON BALANCED MAN SCHOLARSHIP Due April 23rdMust attend OSU

-$250-$1000

-Senior Males only

-Academic excellence, Leadership skills, & commit to health & well-being

-One-page summary of academic honors, leadership experience, extracurricular activities, & other informationlisted on the application.

OSU-REACH CAMP

-Week long summer career camp

-Interest in Engineering & Architecture

-Apply online http://reach.ceat.okstate.edu

-Free ---first come first served

-seniors

OSU-ADMISSIONS & SCHOLARSHIPS-GENERALDue Feb.1st

-Apply online http://admissions.okstate.edu/AdmissionApplicationPacket.html

-For complete list of OSU scholarship opportunities go to http://www.okstate.edu/finaid/ -Look for a link for scholarships under Admissions

-seniors

-Priority goes to Applications received by Feb.1st

OSU VALEDICTORIAN

-Weighted GPA of over 4.0

-$1250 for four years

-seniors

-Turned in by Mr. Wilson in the spring of senior year -Must attend OSU & meet OSU admissions requirements

OU CHEMICAL ENGINEER Due May 15

-4 Year sch. Of $1500 per year

- http://www.cems.ou.edu

-Contact Claudia Draper @405-325-4393

-seniors

-For a printable application go to http://www.cems.ou.edu

OU CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIPS Due Feb.1st

-Majors in pre-med or biomedical engineering, biotechnology, or other engineering careers

-Excelled in math & science in high school or previous college course work -seniors

-For more information on chemical engineering go to http://www.cbme.ou.edu

-visit http://go2.ou.edu & click on ―scholarships‖ to apply

-For information on pre-med/biomedical engineering go to http://www.oubc.ou.edu

OU CLUB OF WOODWARD Due March

-3 LOR

-Personal Achievements

-seniors

-Honors & Activities

-Financial Need

-Contact Alan Case @580-256-4843 or fax #580-256-4646

OU WEBSITES

-Apply online www.go2.ou.edu

Northwest Oklahoma OU Representative--Courtney Green @ 405-325-3741 oremail @ cgreen@ou.edu

-Boomer Bytes Freshmen Blogswww.ou.edu/boomerbytes
-Diversity Enrichment Programswww.go2.ou.edu.dcep
-National Scholar Programswww.nationalmerit.ou.edu
-Prospective Student Serviceswww.go2.ou.edu

-Sooner Aid Analysis emailsooneraid@ou.eduOR search ―SAA‖ at Ask the Sooners @ asksooner.custhelp.com

Contact #’s 405-325-4183 Fax # 405-329-1642

-Academic Support www.dsa.ou.edu/depts/CFSL/academic_sup.html

-Enroll online https://enroll.ou.edu

-General Catalog www.ou.edu/bulletins

-General Education Course List http://www.ou.edu/admrec/gened.htm

-Transfer Tables www.ou.edu/admrec/tetables.htm

-University-Wide Degree Sheets http://www.ou.edu/bulletins/degree-sheets/degrindx.htm

OU COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

-Major in engineering

-Various scholarships available

-Engineering Advising Center www.coe.ou.edu/advising

-Merit and/or financial need

-seniors

OU COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING FOR WOMEN

-HS Girls’ Day

-Held in March

-seniors

-Major in an engineering field

-Possible scholarships available

-$7.00 registration fee includes lunch & t-shirt

-Contact Tabitha Ludwig @ OU Society of Women Engineers 405-744-5000

OU JOURNALISM Due February 1st

-Apply onlinehttp://jmc.ou.edu

-2 LOR

-Essay

-seniors

-Major in Journalism -4 year--$5000 scholarship

OU MOSELEY LEADERSHIP AWARD-MALES ONLY Due April 8th

-Leadership, Academics, & Community Service

-$1000

-senior males only

-Send application to:P O BOX 720207Norman, OK 73070

OU-PHYSICS, ASTRONOMY, ASTROPHYSICS, &

ENGINEERING PHYSICS-J CLARENCE KARCHER Due March

-$1400

-Renewable for 4 years

-seniors

Academic merit & ACT SCORES

For more information call 405-325-3961 or select ―Student Info‖ www.nhn.ou.edu

OU-SOONER PROMISE-AN OHLAP PARTNERSHIP

-4 year scholarship program

-Must have OHLAP

-seniors

-Valued at more $25,000

-This scholarship ensures that OHLAP students and their parents will not be asked to pay for tuition, mandatory fees,

and books, even if costs increase during the 4 years of study leading to a bachelor’s degree at OU.

-OHLAP students simply need to apply for admission & inform OU that you want the

4-year scholarship-by returning a Sooner Promise response form sent to student. -For more information www.go2.ou.edu or email ou-pss@ou.edu orcall 405-325-2151 or 800-234-6868

OUTSTANDING STUDENTS OF AMERICA Due October 10th

-$1000

-Minimum GPA 3.0

-seniors

-Community service

-250 Word Essay

-Financial Need

-National

-Apply onlinehttp://www.outstandingstudentsofamerica.com/ or call 205-344-6322

OUTWARD BOUND WEST Due April 16

-Wilderness expeditions for college credit

-For more information call 888-837-5204

-Email scholarship@outwardboundwest.org

-Apply online www.obwest.org

-Contact #’s 720-497-2400fax # 720-497-2451

-National

-seniors -Financial Need

OTHER OPTIONS-LONG SHOTS

-Insurance companies-car or home

-Parents’ place of work

-Clubs & organizations parents and family belong to

-various internships in interested field of study

PADGETT BUSINESS SERVICES FOUNDATION Due February

-Be a dependent of a business owner who employs fewer than 20 people, owns atleast 10% of the stock or capital in the business, & is active in the day-to-day operations of the business.

-$500-$4000

-Apply onlinehttp://www.smallbizpros.com/

-Seniors

-National 100 Word Essay

th

PHI DELTA KAPPA INTERNATIONAL Due January 10

-Prospective teacher education majors

-Apply onlinewww.pdkintl.org

-Contact Carol Erikson @ NWOSU phone # 580-327-8441

-Seniors

-349 scholarships

-$1000 to $5000 range

-Essay

-2 LOR -International

PIONEER TELEPHONE Due July 1st

-$2000

-Apply onlinewww.ptci.net

-Click on community then on sch. Information

-Son or Daughter of subscriber

-Juniors or Seniors in college

-2 LOR -Brief statement

PRESIDENTIAL FREEDOM SCHOLARSHIPDue May 12

-National

-Student leaders & community service

-$1000

-Juniors & Seniors

-Nominated-Only 2 students per high school - www.nationalservice.gov/scholarships

PRESIDENTIAL FREEDOM SCHOLARS Due July

-Outstanding Community Service (100 hours minimum completed)

-$1000

-Nominated by HS

-Only 2 students among Junior or Senior classes

-Essay

-Apply online

-National

http://www.learnandserve.gov/about/programs/pfs.asp

PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS NATIONAL SOCIETYDue Dec. 1st-Applications accepted August 31st through December 1st

-Engineer Majors

-seniors

-$5000

-3.0 GPA

-Academics & ACT Score

-Apply online http://www.nspe.org/scholarships/scl-hs.asp -National

PRUDENTIAL SPIRIT OF COMMUNITY AWARDS Due Oct. 31st

-Up to $6000

-Community Service-Many hours of volunteering

Grades 5-12

Essay describing community service projects

Submit application & send additional copy of application

-Statewide

-Involved in Girl Scouts or Boy Scouts, 4-H, Key Club, Red Cross, Volunteer Center, or YMCA -4 Short Essays

-Apply online www.prudential.com/spiritor www.principals.org/prudential

RELIGIOUS SCHOLARSHIPS

-Assemblies of God http://www.ag.org

-Baptist Church http://www.abc-em.org

-Catholic Churchhttp://www.catholicaid.com

-Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints http://www.byu.edu

-Evangelical Lutheran Church http://www.elca.org

-Judaism http://www.hillel.org

-Methodist Church http://www.umc.org

-Presbyterian Church http://pcusa.org

-Seventh-Day Adventist http://www.adventist.org -United Church of Christ http://www.ucc.org

RICE ROMP ESSAY CONTEST Due May 1st

-Juniors & Seniors -$500-$2000

-1000 Word Essay

-Apply online http://www.riceromp.com/contest/index.cfm -National

RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE Due February 15th

-Apply online www.rmhc.org

-Financial Need

-Multiple scholarships available

-Seniors

-Some scholarships for Hispanics, African Americans, and Asian Students

-Scholars-all students are eligible to apply regardless of race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation,gender, disability or national origin.

-Request an application by mail by calling 1-866-851-3994 -$1000 -1. LOR

-Personal Statement

ROUNDTABLE-PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYEES Due May 1st

-Pursue careers in government

-$500-$1000

-2. Page Essay

-Seniors

-National

-Apply onlinewww.theroundtable.org

-GPA 3.5 or higher -Merit based

RYLA-ROTARY CLUB Due Dec.1st

Woodward Club Contact-John Stewart @ 580-571-5700

-Summer Camp Scholarship

-Selected

-Sophomores

-Interview

-Hobbies, Favorite Subjects---Short Essays

-Academic Honors

-Leadership & Activities

-Local

-If interested---go to the counselor’s office for more information

SAE ENGINEERING Due Dec. 1st

-Seniors

-Major in engineering or related field

-GPA & ACT Scores

-$1000 to $10,000

-Activities & Honors

-Employment record

-Essay

-National

SAMMY “GOT MILK” SCHOLAR ATHLETE MILK MUSTACHE OF THE YEARDue

March 1st

-National

-$7500

-Seniors

-Apply online www.whymilk.comor www.bodybymilk.com

-Academics, Athletic excellence, Leadership, Community Service

-Milk Experience -Milk Mustache Campaign

SAT TEST SIGN UP

- Sign up online www.collegeboard.com

-dates & locations for SAT tests -SAT Mooreland HS code is:372-420

SBC/PIONEERS MEMORIAL (FRANCIS KOOP PARSONS)Due March 15th

-Contact # 800-858-1840

-Community Service

-Financial need

-Leadership

-Awards & Honors

-$500

-Seniors

-GPA 3.0 or higher

-Statewide through Oklahoma State Regents of Higher Education

-Parents’ income cannot exceed $50,000

-Apply online http://www.okhighered.org/

SCIENCE TALENT SEARCH (STS)Due November 15 -National -$20,000th

-Seniors

Apply online www.sciserv.org/sts

Contact # 202-785-2255

Written report of an independent research project

SINGLE-MOM SCHOLARSHIPS & GRANTS WEBSITES

www.singlmothers.grants-kit.com www.grants.gov

www.singlemom.com

www.singlemotherresources.com- www.RaiseTheNation.org

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION SOCIETYDue January 1st

-Apply online http://www.sar.org

-National

-$250-$7500

-Juniors & Seniors -Essay

Sooner Promise @ OU: An OHLAP Partnership

-in the fall of 2006, the University of Oklahoma announced a brand new scholarship program-- Sooner Promise, an

OHLAP Partnership. OU recognizes the importance of Oklahoma's Promise- OHLAP ( Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program) and its mission to serve moderate and lower- income Oklahomans by providing funding for higher education. Sooner Promise is a four year OU scholarship program that will pay for mandatory fees and books in addition to the tuition currently covered by Oklahoma's Promise-OHLAP. the value of the scholarship is estimated to be more than

$25,000 over four years and this program ensures that eligible students and their parents willnot be asked to pay for tuition, mandatory fees and books even if costs increase during the fouryears of study leading to a bachelor's degree at the university of Oklahoma. it is availableto allOklahoma's Promise-OHLAP students who are admitted to and enrolled at OU, receive OHLAP funding, complete the FAFSA (Free application student aid) by March 1st and maintain progresstoward graduation in four years at OU.

SPE ENGINEERING Due March 1st

-Up to $3500

-Statewide

-Major in Petroleum Engineering

-ACT Scores

-Seniors

-Appraisal form from principal

-Contact # 405-773-1100fax # 405-773-1200 -Essay

SPORTQUEST ALL-AMERICAN PROGRAM

-Nominated

-Active Christian influence in Community

-Top Christian Athletes

-Seniors

-Minimum GPA 3.0

-National

-$1000

SRN EXPRESS

-Free version of a scholarship resource network

- www.srnexpress.com

-Merit based scholarships

Due November

STATE FAIR SCHOLARS CONTEST Due Sept. 1st2 Nominated per school

Preliminary written exam & then an final oral competition on a Saturday during the State Fair Receive a free Fair ticket & brunch the day of the contest

-Up to $500

-Begins promptly @ 9:00am

-For Juniors & Seniors

-For more information www.oklahomastatefair.com or

www.okstatefairpark.com

STOCK EXCHANGE BANK Due April 15th

-$500 (See Western Oklahoma Bank’s organization)

-Local

-1 LOR

-Major in finance related field or banking

-GPA & ACT Scores

-Seniors

-100 Word Essay

-For more information www.stockexchangebank.com

SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM

-Low income

-Summer work program

-Contact Don Maddux @ 580-256-3308

-For students in Woodward County

-Workforce Oklahoma

SWOSU CHESAPEAKE ENERGY

-$1000

-Seniors

-Personal resume

-GPA 3.0 or higher

-Academic & Leadership qualities

-Statewide

SWOSU MARK MOUSE MEMORIAL

-Major in education -Seniors

Due March 1stDue March 1st

-Parents, grandparents, or legal guardians is presently employed or has retired as an Oklahoma publicschool employee. -$500SWOSU PLC Due April 1st

-Only 15 are accepted

-2 LOR

-ACT Score of 24 or higher

-Seniors

-Top 40% of graduating class

-Exceptional Activities, athletics, or community service -$1000

SWOSU SUMMER SCIENCE & MATH ACADEMY

-Summer camp-4 different weeks

Apply online www.swosu.eduhttp://faculty.swosu.edu/kyle.ashby/SSMA/

Sophomores & Juniors

-FREE

-Top 10% of Class

-3.5 GPA or higher

-Top 90% on the ACT

-Apply early

SWOSU ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY OF WIND & OIL ENERGY IN OKLAHOMA CAMPS -FREE

-Nominated by counselor or principal

-Interest in math & science

-Summer camps

-Apply early

-For students entering 10 , 11 , & 12 gradesththth

-For more information call Jeff Short @ 580-774-3711 or email jeff.short@swosu.edu

SWOSU WEBSITES

http://www.swosu.edu

Catalogs http://www.swosu.edu/resources/catalog/undergrad

Admissions http://www.swosu.edu/admissions/indes.asp

Enrollment Info. http://www.swosu.edu/students/orientation

Admission Application http://www.swosu.edu/admissions/apply.asp

Scholarship Applications http://www.swosu.edu/sfs/scholarships/index.asp

Housing Application http://www.swosu.edu/administration/reslife/apps.asp

TARGETDue November 1st

-Apply online http://target.com/

-Click on Community giving and then on scholarships

-Community Service

-Leadership, Awards, & Honors

-Seniors

-Essay

-1 LOR

-2.0 GPA or higher -National

TEACHER LOAN FORGIVENESS

-Higher Education Reconciliation Act

-Up to $17,500 in student loan forgiveness for Secondary Math & Science & Special Education―highly qualified‖ teachers

-Eligible loans include Federal Stafford Loans

-Loan cannot be in default status

-Seniors

-Must teach in a low-income school-Title I school

-For more information http://studentaid.ed.gov/PORTALSWebApp/students/english/cancelstaff.jsp?tab=repaying

-Low-Income School Search http://studentaid.ed.gov/PORTALSWebApp/students/english/cancelperk.jsp?tab=repaying

TECH CHALLENGE CAMP @ VOTECH Due May

For students entering 8th,9 , & 10 gradesthth

Transportation provided to & from Mooreland HS to Votech Cost $25

-May 30,31, & June 1

-Explore Career Clusters

-Project supplies & materials

-Lunch provided

-T-shirt

TEST PREPARATION WEBSITE-FREE SAMPLE TESTS & QUESTIONS

http://www.edinformatics.com/test_preparation/

ACT SAMPLE TESTS

SAT SAMPLE TESTS

GRE

TEACHER EXAMS

CPA –CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS

CFA-CHARTERED FINANCIAL ANALYSTS

LSATS

MCAT

GED

ESL—TOEFL

NURSING (NCLEX)

HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

REAL ESTATE

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY FRESHMAN SCH. Due Dec. 15th

-Contact #’s 979-862-3235

-Apply online http://scholarships.tamu.edu-Office of Honors Programs & Academic Scholarships http://honors.tamu.edu -Department of Student Financial Aid http://financialaid.tamu.edu

-Corps of Cadets http://www.AggieCorps.org

-Application fee of $60

-Essays

TEXAS HS RODEO ASSOCIATION Due Spring

-Must participate in Texas HS Rodeos

-Seniors

-$500

-Contact information call 936-248-4325 or fax 936-248-2113 -State President Steve Dickey

P O Box 409 Tenaha, Texas 75974

TOWN & COUNTRY CLUB Due April

-Local-Mooreland

-$500

-Essay

-Seniors

TOYATA Due Dec. 1st $10,000 or $20,000 total for 4 years

Academic & community service

Nominate one student per school to apply

-National

-Seniors

TULSA WELDING SCHOOL

-7 month program

-5 hour per day hands-on course

-Financial Aid available

-Seniors and adults

-Limited to 20 applicants

-Graduates average starting salary is over $850.00/week (over $44,000.00/year)

-Contact Billy Crabtree @1-800-331-2934 x 369 or 918-640-6957

TYLENOL Due April 30th

-National

-Seniors

-$1000

-Major in Healthcare profession -Apply online www.tylenol.com

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UCO-CITIZENS BANK OF EDMOND Due April 14

-Attend UCO

-Seniors

-3.0 GPA or 20 ACT

-$1,000

-Personal Letter

-LOR

-Transcript & ACT Scores

-Resume

-Selection Interview

-For applications go to www.citizensedmond.com

-For additional information: Citizens Band of Edmond

P O BOX 30

Edmond, OK 73083-0030

405-359-2693

UCO SCHOLARSHIPS Due Feb. 1st

-Apply online www.ucok.edu

-Various scholarships based on merit & financial need -Citizens Bank of Edmond Incoming Freshman Sch.

-Statewide

UCO PRESIDENT’S LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP Due February 1st

-Apply online http://www.ucok.edu/psss/public/scholarships_financial_aid/academic.htm

-Leadership, citizenship, service, & communication

-Renewable for up to 4 years

-Seniors

-Must attend UCO

-$3000 Tuition Waiver & 50% tuition waiver for university housing contract costs

-Value of scholarship over 4 years is $19,000

Contact #’s 405-974-2626

UNITED STATES SENATE YOUTH SCH. Due Sept. 15th

-Test on a Saturday in October

-Contact Darles Frachiseur @ 405-521-3361 fax # 405-521-2971

-Top 10 scores statewide go for an interview

-Trip to Washington D.C. for top 10 scores

-Apply online www.ussenateyouth.org

-Must be involved & hold a student office

-Juniors & Seniors

USA TODAY Due Feb.24th

-Outstanding original academic, artistic or leadership endeavor

-$2500

-Seniors

-For an Academic Team- up to 20 students

-500 word essay

-Nominated

-For more information http://allstars.usatoday.com

USA TODAY-NOMINATE AN OUTSTANDING TEACHER IN YOUR SCHOOL

Due April

-Top 20 teachers selected-Nationwide

-for more information http://allstars.usatoday.com

-Nominate a teacher who turns a lesson into a journey and inspires you as a student

VERLON HENSLEY

-Local

-$1000

-Only Seniors

-Essay

-1 LOR

-Information from Counselor’s office

Due April
VFW YOUTH DEVELOPMENTDue November 1st

-Essay Contest for 9-12 graders-Essay Contest for 6-8 graders

-Separate themes

-For more information www.vfw.org

-Click on programs then youth development or recognition

-Up to $10,000

-National

WALMARTDue January
-Apply onlinehttp://www.walmartfoundation.org/

-National-2 different scholarships-1 for employees or children of employees

-1 for community members

-Community service

-Financial need

-Applications available online from November to January -Seniors

-$1000

WALT DISNEY WORLD COLLEGE PROGRAM

-Career start program

-Recruiting office phone #407-828-1736 www.disneycollegeprogram.com www.disneycareerstart.com

-National

-Check out website for details

WENDY’S HEISMAN NOMINATIONS Due October 1st

-Selected by teachers

-Seniors

-High ACT & Rank & Grades

-Athletic Involvement

-Community Involvement & School Activities

-National Scholarship

WESTERN FARMER’S ELECTRIC COOP Awards Assembly

-Family works at WFEC & Selected by WFEC

-Local Scholarship-Mooreland

-Seniors

WESTERN GAS RESOURCES INC. Due April 21st

-Career in oil & gas industry

-Major in Engineering, Geology, or Business Administration

-Seniors

-2 $2000 scholarships

-Oklahoma HS’s in Western’s operating area -Contact information Teresa Perry @303-252-6087

WESTERN OKLAHOMA BANK WOMEN’S ORG.Due April 15th

-2 $500 scholarships (See Stock Exchange Bank)

-Major in banking or finance

-Essay

-Seniors

-1 LOR

-For more information www.stockexchangebank.com

WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY

-Must attend Wichita State

-Essay

-Up to $10,000

-Seniors

WILL TO WIN-ASTHMA ATHLETE

Due April 4thDue March

-Senior w/asthma who has managed the condition & excelled in athletics & extracurricular activities,

& has a superior high school academic record

-$1000 to $10000

-Contact # 800-558-7305 -National

WORLD NEIGHBORS ESSAY CONTEST Due April 27th

-National

-750-1000 word essay

-$500

-Juniors & Seniors

-For more information contact Debbie Davis @ 405-418-0407 or email ddavis@wn.org

-Essay guidelines are also available online @ www.wn.org

-Mail essays to:JLP Student EssayWorld Neighbors

4127 NW 122nd Street

Oklahoma City, OK 73120-8869

WORK COLLEGES

-In exchange for student’s labor Colleges pay all tuition

-Students can graduate from college debt-free with work experience

-For more information go to www.workcolleges.org

WORKFORCE-OKLAHOMA

-Summer Jobs for Students ages 18-21

-High School Graduates

-Don Maddux call 580-256-3308

WORD POETRY-HEARD THE WORD Due Nov.1st

- Up to $1000

-2 Contests—1)Literary Contest2)Poetry Contest

-Available to students who are at least 16 years of age

-Poems are judged on originality, artistic quality, creativity, imagery & mastery of poetic expression

-For more information http://www.heardthewordpoetry.com/scholarship

WW CO. HOME & COMMUNITY (OHCE) Due April 1st

-Local-Woodward Area

-$1500

-Apply onlinehttp://countyext.okstate.edu/woodward

-300 Word Essay -Seniors

YOUTH ENTREPRENEUR FAIR Due April 12th

-For 8 -12thth graders

-@ Waynoka High School on Wednesday May 7th

-Create a business or marketable product & submit their Business Plan by April 12 to be eligible for th the Entrepreneurship Fair & prizes

-Sponsored by Ogallala Commons & Cimarron Cluster @ www.ogallalacommons.org

-Email @ barker_k@hotmail.com

-3 Cash prizes of $750, $500, $250

-Interview with judges

-Booth presentation @ Fair

-Adaptability or Feasibility of Concept or Product to a Rural Area

-―Do you have a business idea, along with the vision passion, & commitment to develop new products forthese markets?‖

-Mail Business Plan to:Waynoka Chamber of Commerce

Box 173

Waynoka, OK 73860 ATTN:Angie Koehn

Youth For Understanding Scholarship

-International exchange opportunities for high school students

-For more information www.yfu.usa.org or call 1-800-teenage -Summer trips to other countries

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YOUTH LEADERSHIP OKLAHOMA Due January 10

-For Juniors only

-Summer Camp-June

-3.25 GPA or higher

-Free

-Only 50 students accepted statewide

-Apply online www.leadershipoklahoma.com

-Contact #’s 405-232-0001fax # 405-232-0019

9TH THROUGH 11TH GRADE SCHOLARSHIPS & CONTESTS

AAA TRAVEL HIGH SCHOOL

CHALLENGE

-For 9th-12th graders

-Deadline January

-$25,000

-3 awards

-http://www.aaa.com/travelchallenge

ACKINSON SCHOLARSHIP

Due Sept 25th

-National-$1750

-Juniors & Seniors & College Students www.ackinson.com/scholarships

1000 Word Essay