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    Juniors/Seniors:  If you're interested in considering going to college at an 'ivy' league school on a possibly full scholarship, please consider the QuestBridge National College Match program at www.questbridge.org.  The deadline is Sept. 28th.

    There are 40 scholarships for SD students, many have a GPA min. of 3.0, at this website:  http://www.epsilonsigmaalpha.org/scholarships-and-grants.  There are some that are specific to certain genders or planned majors.  Take a minute and check it out!  The deadline for most of them is Feb. 1st


    Gr. 5-12:  If you have volunteered extensively, consider applying for The Prudential Spirit of Community Award.  You may win $1000 and a trip to Washington, DC!  You do the application at http://spirit.prudential.com and click on the 'apply now'.  You can take further questions to Mrs. Peacock.


    SD Farmers Union Scholarships-3 awards of $500 each.  Your parents must be members of the SD Farnmers Union.  HS Seniors and College Freshman can apply for these awards.  Scholarships are only good at SD based college/votechs.  You can get an application from Mrs. Peacock or go to www.sdfu.org and apply by December 1st.


    The Black Hills Home Builders Assoc. is offering two $500 scholarships.  Applications are available at www.blackhillshombuilders.com and need to be submitted by October 1st.


    Horatio Alger Scholarship for Seniors--Students must be planning on getting at least a Bachelor's Degree and have at least a 2.0 GPA.  Family income and involvement in extracurricular activities will also be considered in awarding the scholarships which range in value from $5000-$20,000.  The website is www.horatioalger.org/scholarships and the deadline is Oct. 25, 2013. 


    The AXA Community Scholarship is available at www.axa-achievement.com. Scholarships are $2000 each and you need to apply by Feb. 1, 2013.  There will be 375 winners nationwide.  Only the first 10,000 applications will be considered. 


    The AXA Achievement Scholarship is available at www.axa-achievement.com.  There is one winner in every state and the scholarships are of $10,000 and $25,000.  You must apply by December 1, 2012! 


    There is scholarship information and hints on getting scholarships at www.catchingthedream.org. We have had students win scholarships through this Native American organization before! 


    Scholarships.com is a FREE service for students and families to use to help find scholarships! 


    Native American seniors going into careers related to Natural Resources can apply for a $2000 sholarship and college students can apply for their $2500 award.  This is the Truman D Picard Scholarship program through the Intertribal Timber Council.  The deadline to apply is Jan. 16, 2015.  Applicants need a letter of application, resume, three reference letters, proof of tribal enrollment, and official transcripts.  Mrs. Peacock and this site have more info:  www.itcnet.org.


    Harvard University Announcement--No tuition and no student loans

    Harvard University announced over the weekend that from now on undergraduate students from low-income families will pay no tuition. In making the announcement, Harvard's president Lawrence H. Summers said, "When only ten percent of the students in elite higher education come from families in the lower half of the income distribution, we are not doing enough. We are not doing enough in bringing elite higher education to the lower half of the income distribution."


    If you know of a family earning less than $60,000 a year with an honor student graduating from high school soon, Harvard University wants to pay the tuition. The prestigious university recently announced that from now on undergraduate students from low-income families can go to Harvard for free... no tuition and no student loans!  
    To find out more about Harvard offering free tuition for families making less than $60,000 a year, visit Harvard's financial aid website at: http://www.fao.fas.harvard.edu/or call the school's financial aid office at (617) 495-1581.


    Important Dates
    November 1, 2012:
    Application Opened

    January 15, 2013:
    Application Deadline

    February 1, 2013:
    Semifinalists Announced

    March 10, 2013:
    Semifinalist Deadline
    (Documentation &
    Recommendation Deadline)

    April 10, 2013:
    Dell Scholars
    Announced
     We are excited to announce the opening of the 2012-2013 Dell Scholars Program scholarship application. With this cohort we will select 300 of the top students across the nation that exemplify what it means to be a Dell  Scholar. These are students that have overcome great personal adversity in their family and personal lives while demonstrating their desire to be college ready by taking a rigorous course load in high school. The Dell Scholars program looks beyond the "numbers" in terms of GPA and does not include standardized test scores in the selection process. 
     
    We understand the challenges many low income students face and look to evaluate how these students have overcome personal challenges while staying focused on their goal  to be prepared to enroll in college and attain a four year college degree. The Dell Scholars application is designed so students can share with us their desire to complete a  bachelor's degree and tell us who they are and how they have managed to stay focused in school while managing life's challenges. 
     
    In its essence the Dell Scholars Program is a college completion program that includes a significant financial award, but we are more than a check.  The program empowers students  develop their problem solving skills to cope with challenges and identify the right choices for action.
     
    We know many of the students you work with match the description of a Dell Scholar and encourage you to have them apply.  
     
    Please visit us at www.dellscholars.org for a complete overview of the program and application process. Be sure to check out the 'Meet the Dell Scholars' section for a video overview and hear directly from our Dell Scholars.   If you have questions please visit the contact us page.  In addition to contacting us you can also look through the Frequently Asked Questions link to find answers to the most common inquiries.  We look forward to working with you and your students.
     
    Dell Scholars Team
    1-800-294-2039

    Free scholarship lists and financial aid information is available at:  www.legion.org/needalift.


    Moreau Grand Scholarship info.  You must be a dependant of a Moreau-Grand Electric Coop member. The application is available at www.mge.coop and Mrs. Peacock has copies. The deadline is Feb. 13, 2015.


    Northern Plains Scholarship info.  Five $1000 scholarships are given to students in our 'trade area'.  The application is available at http://northernplainscoop.com/scholarships.  The deadline is March 15th.


    Burger King will be awarding up to $50,000 in scholarships!  Applications are online at at https://www.scholarshipamerica.org/burgerkingscholars/  The deadline to apply is Jan. 20, 2013.


    The Epsilon Sigma Alpha scholarships are available at http://www.epsilonsigmaalpha.org/scholarships-and-grants.  The deadline is Feb. 1st and all of the information is at their website.  You have to put that you're from SD and search for our awards from there.


    The Black Hills Angus Assoc. will be awarding a $1000 schol.  To be eligible, seniors must be actively involved in Angus cattle and submit an essay of 500-1000 words on the topic "How I See Myself Advancing the Beef Industry".  The deadline to apply, and Mrs. Peacock has the information, is January 15, 2013.


    Over 50 SD scholarships available at www.sfacf.org!  These are the scholarships that Dupree students 'fit' and they have a common deadline of March 15th:  

    Cogley-Buffington Certified Property & Casualty Underwriters Schol. for $1000:  Plan to attend a 4 year college, show financial need, have at least a 3.5 GPA, have been involved in activities, and demonstrate an interest in the role of business in America. 

    Joe Foss 'American Hero' Scholarship for $1000:  Planning to attend a 4 year college OR a technical school, have at least a 3.5 GPA, at least a 21 on the ACT, and demonstrate the characteristics of an American patriot.  http://www.studentscholarshipsearch.com/scholarships/joe-foss-an-american-hero-scholarship.php

    Kimberly Rose Means Scholarship for $500.  Plan to attend college or vocational school, have at least a 2.0 GPA, and have the desire and ability to accomplish his or her goals.  https://www.nerdwallet.com/nerdscholar/scholarships/view/kimberly-rose-means-native-american-council-of-tribes-scholarship/2043 

    Ossman Family Native American Scholarship for $1,000.  Planning to attend college or votech and have at least a 2.5 GPA.  http://www.sfacf.org/ScholarshipDetails.aspx?CategoryID=1 (NUMEROUS other scholarships at this link as well; many are specific to towns/areas of the state the student is graduating from.)


    9th-12th Grade:  Best Buy has a scholarship contest for 9th-12th grade students and they award 1,100 scholarships worth $1000 each!  You apply online at http://pr.bby.com before Feb. 15, 2013.


    The Four Bands Community Fund in Eagle Butte is once again offering $500 scholarships.  There will be one awarded at each high school in our area:  Tiospaye Topa, Timber Lake, CEB, Dupree, and Takini.  The deadline to apply is March 21, 2014.  Mrs. Peacock has copies of the simple application form.  http://www.fourbands.org/youth.htm


     

    The Buick company is offering 100 $25,000 awards and 1,000 $2,000 awards to seniors and current college students.  'Students need to planning to major in a field of study that focuses on engineering, technology, design or business, with an interest in the automotive industry.  The deadline is Feb. 27th and the info is available at www.buickachievers.com.


    The American Indian Education Foundation Scholarship forms, awards are $2,000, are available from Mrs. Peacock.  Students must be Native American, have an ACT of at least 14 and a GPA of at least 2.0.  You must be accepted to a college/technical school and write an essay of realistic goals.  The deadline to apply is April 4th.  http://www.nrcprograms.org/site/PageServer?pagename=aief_index


    Farmers Union Insurance Foundation awards 25 $1000 scholarships!  You need to be involved in any SDHSAA activity OR your family needs to have Farmers Union Insurance/members of the SD Farmers Union. Also, you have to plan to attend a college/votech in SD. The deadline is April 15th.  .  http://sdfufoundation.org/insuring-a-brighter-tomorrow-scholarship-applications-now-available/ MORE SD Farmers Union awards at: www.fuiagency.come or by calling 1-800-933-2841.


    Seniors:  The Aberdeen Valeey of the Scottish Rite will be awarding five $200 book scholarships.  You must plan on attending a college/votech in SD though.  The deadline is April 15th.  Mrs. Peacock has the application and it can be found at http://tp007.k12.sd.us/Scottish%20Rite.pdf


    For those majoring in Educ. Tech/Information Tech, there is a $500 schol. available from the SD Soc. for Tech in Educ.  You must have at least a 2.5 GPA and apply by March 22nd.  For more info, see Mrs. Peacock.


    DHS Booster Club Scholarship Application



    The West River Eagle is offering a $200 scholarship for students that is good for any college/votech in or out of state.  If interested, please see Mrs. Peacock.


    Eagle Butte Cooperative Scholarship for $250.  The deadline is April 15th and Mrs. Peacock has the application form/information.


    Juniors:  Get a start on scholarships before you are a senior by doing the Wendy's scholarship online!  The first 25,000 to apply will be given $10 gift cards to Wendy's just for applying!  The website is www.wendysheisman.com and the deadline is Oct. 2, 2013.  You have to have at least a 3.0 GPA and participate in at least one sport though.  They give scholarships and the top finalists get to go the New York City and be on an ESPN broadcast!


    Southeast Technical Institute in Sioux Falls-specific scholarships.  Over $120,000 in the STI Foundation for scholarships. One application at https://stinet.southeasttech.edu/ics/Admissions/ Financial_Assistance/Scholarships.jnz


    SD Regental Institution Merit-Based Scholarship Programs:

    • Black Hills State University - Buzz Bonus Scholarship.
    • Dakota State University - DSU Champion Scholarships.
    • Northern State University - Wolf PACT Scholarship.
    • SD School of Mines & Technology - Surbeck and others.
    • South Dakota State University - Jackrabbit Guarantee.
    • University of South Dakota - Coyote Commitment Scholarship.

    Northern Plains Eye Foundation has a $1000 schol for students going into a health related field.  It is based on merit, activities, etc.  A GPA of at least 3.8 and an ACT of at least a 28 is required.  Go to www.npef.org/scholarship.asp.  The deadline is in March.


    SD Ag. Bus. Assoc. has one for seniors going to college/votech in SD and majoring in an ag related field.  You must be a customer, employee, or family member of a business belong to the SDABA.  There are three $1000 awards.  Apply before March at  http://www.sdaba.org/scholarshipinfo.htm


    American Legion Auxiliary Schol. for seniors that are the child or grandchild of a vet or auxiliary member and need financial assistance.  There is a 500 word essay on 'Why I want to attend a college or technical institute?'  There are four $500 scholarships awarded; two to votech applicants and two to college bound applicants.  The deadline is usually March.  https://www.alaforveterans.org/Scholarships/


    Loban Memorial Inc. board is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for our 2014 scholarship.

    Two scholarships will be awarded in remembrance of Ashley and Amanda Loban, whose young lives were cut short by a fatal automobile accident on May 22, 2006 in Brookings County.  Scholarships will be awarded to one Brookings High School student and another South Dakota High School student who will be full-time, first-year students at any post-secondary school.


    Applicant’s must complete the Application Form as well as provide the following:

    • An essay, 500 words or less, answering the question, “How would you define a humanitarian?”  Please do not use dictionary definitions.  Applicant should provide specific examples from his/her experience and explain why he/she feels he/she is a humanitarian, and how he/she became a humanitarian.
    • A listing of his/her service activities describing all service activities participated in. This list should include service organizations he/she has been involved in, positions held, dates and length of service.
    • A completed Recommendation Form.  Please request a recommendation from an adult supervisor of any one of the activities participated in.

    As always, applications will be reviewed by the Loban Memorial, Inc. Board of Directors. Applications must be post-marked by February 15th, 2014.  Applications can also be submitted electronically. Late applications will not be accepted. Award recipients will be notified in person, and announced on this website on March 7th, 2014.


    The Intertribal Timber Council is offering a $2000 schol. to Native American students going into the field of natural resources.  The deadline is Jan. 17th.  Mrs. Peacock has more info.


    The Black Hills Angus Assoc. will be awarding three $1500 scholarships.  You may apply if you are actively involved with Angus cattle and write an essay of 500-1000 words on 'How I see Myself Advancing the Beef Industry'.  The deadline is Jan. 15, 2014.  Mrs. Peacock has the info and this schol can be renewed one time if you maintain at least a 3.0 in college/votech.  You do not have to apply again to get the renewal. https://dk208.k12.sd.us/Student%20Site/Black%20Hills%20AA.docx 


    The SD Assoc. of Environ. Professionals is offering scholarships, amount yet to be determined, to students that are enrolling in programs that support the protection/enhancement of our natural resources/environment.  An example of programs that would qualify are business related, mechanics, engineering, trucking, computers, heating, etc. You must have at least a 2.0 GPA to apply and the deadline is Jan. 15, 2014.  http://sdaep.org/documents/2012_SDAEP_Scholarship_Application.pdf


    Seniors and College Freshman:  Twelve students truly interested in science will be chosen for all-expense paid summer internships with scientists at leading labs in the nation.  If you're interested in learning more on how to be a Davis-Bahcall Scholar, please see Mrs. Peacock.  The deadline to apply is Jan.15th.


     Curtis Marvin Hohn Scholarship.  The $1,000 scholarships are awarded to seniors graduating from a South Dakota High School  attending a public or private college, university, or technical school in South Dakota. (Preference will be given to applicants pursuing studies in history, political science, or water resources (i.e., water conservation; water quality; hydraulics; water systems management and operation; or environment) Applications must be completed and returned on or before  March 15 to:

     

    Curtis Marvin Hohn Scholarship Committee

    c/o  Paul Fischbach

    38814 – 148th Street

    Mansfield, SD  57460


    If you have at least a 24 on the ACT and a 2.8 GPA you can apply for the Dakota Corps Schol. program.  It is for students going into 'high needs' professions that SD has a shortage of:  health fields, lg. animal vet, spec. educ., music, math/science.  The deadline is Feb. 1st.  For more info, please see Mrs. Peacock and visit: www.state.sd.us/dakotacorps/default.html


    Native American Seniors:  The Catching the Dream foundation has MANY scholarships that they will work with you to apply for.  They can be contacted via email at:  Nscholarsh@aol.com or call 505-262-2351.


    9th-12th Gr. Students:  People Smart, a company focusing on online privacy/networking, is offering two contests to win scholarships.  One involves an essay, with three topics to choose from, for a $2500 prize and the other contest involves submitting a video entry, of any length but on one of the three topics they provide, to compete for $500.  The deadline to enter is April 30th.  If you're interested, take some time and check out


    NWAS/SDACTE is offering scholarships for students that have taken at least TWO NWAS classes while in HS, has at least a 3.0, is active in career/tech groups, AND plan to either go to vocational school OR is going to college in the field of Health, Business, Trade/Industry, Marketing, Ag Educ., and Family & Cons.Educ.  Check at the application at http://www.lakeareatech.edu/sdacte/ The deadline is April 1st. 


    The CRST Telephone Authority is offering a scholarship for students majoring in one of the following programs:  Telecommunications, Enginnering, Electronics, Computer Programming, or Business.  You must have at least a 2.0 GPA and express an interest in working on the CRST after you graduate. Mrs. Peacock has the applications.  The deadline is May 9th.


    Seniors/College Students: www.storage.com/scholarships is offering three $2500 awards!


    Golden West is offering $500 scholarships.  You must have at least a 2.5 GPA.  You can be planning to go to college out of state.  There is no application or set deadline as they are giving one schol. with each issue of AERT magazine that they publish.  You must write an essay about a personal encounter you or someone you know has had with drug/alcohol abuse.  Discuss how it was dealt with, what was learned, and what was right or wrong (in your opinion) about the way the problem was handled.  Essays need to be 650-800 words and double spaced.  If you have further questions, please see Mrs. Peacock or the poster on the bulletin outside the HS math room.


    Seniors:  The NFIB Young Entrepreneur Foundation is offering scholarships varying from $1000 to $15,000 to  seniors that have their own small businesses.  Visit www.NFIB.com/YEA for info and how to apply before Dec. 18th, 2014.


    Seniors:  If you're planning a major in computer science/computer engineering, and have an interest in the NSA (National Security Agency), the Stokes Education Scholarship is for you!  You will earn a year around salary while in college and intern 12 weeks each summer at the NSA in Fort Meade, Maryland.  The deadline to apply is Nov. 15th and the application and more info is at www.NSA.gov/Careers.  You must have at least a 25 on the ACT and at least a 3.0 GPA.


    Seniors:  The deadline is Nov. 17 for New Native Agriculture & Food Systems Scholarship Applications.  First Nations Development Institute will award six $1,000 scholarships annually to Native American college students majoring in agriculture and related fields, including but not limited to agribusiness management, agriscience technologies, agronomy, animal husbandry, aquaponics, fisheries and wildlife, food production and safety, food-related policy and legislation, horticulture, irrigation science, plant-based nutrition, and sustainable agriculture or food systems.  Complete information and a link to the online application can be found at www.firstnations.org/grantmaking/scholarship <http://org2.salsalabs.com/dia/track.jsp?v=2&c=ZOO7meBSiXdsaA%2FJPeKv%2FFoUzC81g9PQ> . 


    Coach Russ Morrell Memorial Scholarship.  A $1000 award to a SD grad; awarded in two $500 scholarships with one 1st sem. and one 2nd sem.  You must have at least a 3.2 GPA and submit a 300-500 word essay and two references.  The deadline to apply is March 15th to coachmorrellscholarship@gmail.com


    The Better Business Bureau is offering eight $2000 scholarships; with two going specifically to South Dakota students.  Scholarships are NOT based on race, finances, or GPA.  Instead, this one focuses on students of integrity who represent courage, compassion, respect, and humility.  The deadline to apply is March 6th and the application guide and forms can be downloaded at:  http://bbb.org/h/mgf.  You can also call 1-800-649-6814 or email mriekes@bbbinc.org.


    John Forkenbrock Education Scholarship:  The schol. is worth $500.  You must have at least a 2.5 GPA to apply.  Two letters of recommendation must go with the application.  The deadline is April 15, 2015.  



    Build Dakota Scholarship 
    Build Dakota Scholarships will be awarded to students entering high-need workforce programs at South Dakota’s technical institutes to fill the state’s technical careers with skilled professionals. Recipients of the full-ride scholarships will commit to living and working in the state, in their field of study, for three years following graduation. The full-ride scholarships will support tuition, fees, books and other required program expenses in the eligible technical institute programs.

    Critical Teaching Needs Scholarship   (Deadline: April 18)  Provides financial assistance to SD high school graduates who attend an eligible higher education institution in South Dakota and promise to work in a critical teaching need occupation in South Dakota for five years after graduating from a participating postsecondary institution.

    Dakota Corps Scholarship   Provides full tuition to SD high school students who promise to enter a critical need occupation in South Dakota following completion of the program of study. If you have at least a 24 on the ACT and a 2.8 GPA you can apply for the Dakota Corps Schol. program.  It is for students going into 'high needs' professions that SD has a shortage of:  health fields, lg. animal vet, spec. educ., music, math/science.  The deadline is Feb. 1st.  For more info, please see Mrs. Peacock and visit:www.state.sd.us/dakotacorps/default.html

    Davis-Bahcall Scholarship   (Jan. 31, 2015) All-expense paid summer-study program to study physics, plus a variety of other science and engineering topics. Spend two weeks at the Sanford Underground Research Facility, and travel to research laboratories within the United States and possibly in Italy.

    Hagen-Harvey Scholarship  Provides $6,000 over four years for study at a South Dakota post-secondary institution to enrolled members of American Indian Tribes.  Native American Seniors:  Mrs. Peacock has the Hagen-Harvey Schol. form.  They award 7 scholarships that provide $1000/yr for first two years, $1,500 for the third year and $2500 for the fourth year of college.  You have to have at least a 14 on the ACT, at least a 2.5 GPA, and plan to attend a college/votech in South Dakota.

    SD Opportunity Scholarship   (Deadline: Sept. 1, Jan. 15) Provides $5,000 over four years to a qualifying student who attends an eligible higher education institution in South Dakota. 

    US Senate Youth Program Scholarship   Nationwide youth program that brings high school students to Washington, D.C., for a brief on-site introduction to the functions of the federal government and, in particular, the United States Senate.

     

     


    Cogley-Buffington Certified Property & Casualty Underwriters Schol. for $1000:  Plan to attend a 4 year college, show financial need, have at least a 3.5 GPA, have been involved in activities, and demonstrate an interest in the role of business in America. Info at:  http://www.nerdwallet.com/nerdscholar/scholarships/view/cogley-buffington-certified-property-and-casualty-underwriters-fund/2000


    Seniors:  The Wendy's HS Heisman Schol. is available online at www.WendysHeisman.com.  The first 25,000 entrants will be mailed $10 gift cards to Wendy's.  To qualify, you must have at least a 3.0 GPA and be in at least one school-sponsored sport.  The deadline is Oct. 2nd.  Two people are winners of small prizes at each school and those that qualify as national finalists get to go to New York City to be on ESPN, win money, and DHS would win money too!

     

    Exhibit strong commitment to pursue and complete a Bachelor’s degree. Demonstrate financial need.  Display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity. Minimum 2.0 GPA. www.horatioalger.org/scholarships

     

    Wells Fargo Scholarship:  Students are encouraged to register online for one of the twenty $1000 tuition prizes.  By registering you will also automatically receive electronic postcards, detailing vital college prep information.  To register and for rules and eligibility requirements pleasewww.wellsfargo.com/collegesteps.  October 25th.

     

    Coca-Cola Scholarship: Students must apply and fill out an on-line application form at www.coca-colascholars.org. Students must be planning to pursue a degree at an accredited post-secondary institution and have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Applicants are evaluated on the following:  demonstrated leadership, commitment to community, academic achievement, and employment.  October 31st.

     

    Golden West Scholarship: In order to qualify for this scholarship you must be a senior with a 2.5 GPA and plan to attend college after graduation.  You will need to write a 600-1000 word essay about a personal encounter you or someone you know has had with drug and/or alcohol abuse, how it was dealt with, and, in your opinion, what was right or wrong about the way the incident or problem was handled.  For more information go to www.alertmagazine.org .

     

    US Bank Scholarship: Thirty $1000 scholarships will be awarded in a random drawing---No essays, No minimum GPA ---  Apply online October through February 28, 2011 at  www.usbank.com/studentbanking Go to internet scholarship link on the left hand side.

     

      

    Jack Kent Cooke Foundation College Scholars--www.jkcf.org--Plan to graduate from a US high school in spring, inted to enroll in an accredited four-year college beginning in the fall, earn a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above, Receive a ACT test score of 26 or above.

     

    $1000 Nursing Scholarship:  http://www.travelnursing.org/nursing-s.php

     

    $1000 Healthcare Field Scholarships:  http://all50medical.com/healthcare-s/

     

    SAE Engineering Scholarship:  Students must be planning to enroll in an engineering or related science program accredited by ABET.  For more information and an on-line application go to www.sae.org/students/engschlr.htm.

     

    Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship:  The MOST VALUABLE STUDENT Competition is open to all high school seniors who are US citizens. The awards vary between $1000 and $15,000 per year.  To obtain an electronic application go to: www.elks.org/enf/scholars.  Local winners receive $300, $200, and $100 for the top three boys and girls.  Send your completed application to:  Dennis D. Kaus, 408 W. 12th Ave , Mitchell , SD   57301 . The application is due Dec.6th.

     

    SD Plumbing/Heating/Cooling Scholarships:  Available to students who wish to have a career in the Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling Industry.  There will be two scholarships awarded.  One scholarship is in the amount of $1000 and the other is in the amount of $500.  Application forms are available in the scholarship box.  In addition, a SDAPHCC member must sign the application. http://www.sdphcc.org/media/2011sdphccorg/documents/Scholarship%20Application.pdf

     

    Association of American Indian Affairs Scholarship Program--www.indian-affairs.org--Check the website in February for scholarship information.

     

    ARDELL BJUGSTAD SCHOLARSHIP-Applicants must be an enrolled member of a federally recognized Indian tribe and planning to earn a degree in agriculture or natural resources or a related field. Applications are in the scholarship box or can be downloaded at www.sdbor.edu/ Click on Academic Information on the left hand side and then on Scholarships. 

    American Indian Services--www.americanindianservices.org--Amount varies.  Requires enrollment in a university, college, junior college or technical school; 1/4 Northern-Native American Indian blood and has a minimum 2.25 GPA.  Feb. deadline usually.

    MARION T. WOOD SCHOLARSHIP-The candidate must have at least a 2.8 GPA and intend to continue their Education in an office-related business program.  It is also a requirement to have completed two or more business classes. http://www.sdaeop.com/SDAEOP/SDAEOP_Student_Scholarship_Form.html  Feb. 15th.

    KFC COLONEL’S SCHOLARSHIP-Any student who will be attending an in-state public university and have a 2.75 or higher GPA and pursuing a bachelor’s degree is eligible to apply. Applications are available online at www.kfcscholars.org.  Feb. 16th.

    National Society of Professional Engineers--www.nspe.org--160 awards from $500 to full tuition scholarships, renewable, to specific schools listed in the NSPE scholarship application.  Students must be in upper 25% of class, have a 3.0 GPA, have SAT of 500v, 600m minimum, be interested in attending an ABET accredited school.  March 1st.

    SD Sheriff's Association Scholarship--www.southdakotasheriffs.org--SD college, criminal justice or law enforcement major.  March 7th.

    SOUTH DAKOTA FIRE SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP - *S -2- $1000--A Son or daughter of any member (living, deceased or retired) of a fire department in South Dakota or an active member of a junior fire department in South Dakota. March 15th.

    BUCHES "UNDERDOG" SCHOLARSHIP -$1000--Applicants must plan on attending a trade school or college for the Fall and Winter semester. This scholarship will be awarded to a student that has overcome some seemingly insurmountable obstacles in their lives.  It recognizes the accomplishments of the student that struggled to graduate. Must send application to http://buchefoods.com/  March 17th.

    Angel Dolphin Scholarship--www.angeldolphinscholarship.org--Full time students majoring in any area who have lost one or both parents.  March 21st.

    Indian Health Service Scholarship--www.scholarship.ihs.gov--Tuition, fees, books,tutoring, monthly stipend of $1,250 and $300 per year to offset travel expenses-medical career-recipients incur a one-year service obligation to the Indian Health Service for each year of support for a minimum of two years.  March 28th.

    SOUTH DAKOTA PRINTING INDUSTRIES SCHOLARSHIP - (2)-$500-Student planning on majoring in a career in printing or in the field of graphic arts. http://www.pimw.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/scholarship-form-Update-2014-2015.pdf April 1st.

    The Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation--www.printing.org April 1st.

     

    Society of Women Engineers Scholarships-http://scholarships.swe.org/applications/login.asp--for a woman (freshman in college) to enter college for engineering studies. May 1st


    2015 Adopt A Veteran –Find a military veteran that you do not already know and immerse yourself in the veteran’s life. Spend time together. Discover the veteran’s history, feeling and the impact military service has impacted his/her life. Then document, in essay form, your experience. Scholarship contest closes on Sunday, November 15, 2015, 11:59 p.m. MST.  Get more information and read contest guidelines. This scholarship was through a donation from Eric Olsson, Mobile Mini.


    The 2016 ALMA Scholarship program will aware two $5000 scholarships to students that have demonstrated a commitment to community service and use the creative arts to reduce tobacco use in priority populations.  The deadline is April 30th.  For an application and more info, go to:  http://truthinitiative.org 


    Youth Volunteer Scholarship-$500.  Student, under age 21, must have done at least 50 hours of volunteer work in two years, maintained at least a 3.5 GPA, and submit an essay on the topic.  Deadline:  Nov. 29th.  Website for info/application:  http://www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship/10422/youth_volunteer_scholarship_award_scholarship.php


    Good360 Sustainability Scholarship for $1000.  This is for a HS senior or current college student that is interested in sustainability and the environment.  The deadline is Nov. 30th and info is at http://www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship/12558/good360_sustainability_scholarship_scholarship.php


    The Stephen J. Brady Stop Hunger Scholarship program awards 20 scholarships; $5000.  The deadline is December 5th.  Applications are at http://studentscholarships.org/scholarship/8850/stephen_j_brady_stop_hunger_scholarships_scholarships.php


    Flosum Scholarship for $750.  Seniors with a GPA of 3.5 and above and going into the fields of computer engineering, computer science, or another technical discipline such as electrival engineering, physics, or mathematics with an interest int he field of computers.  Applications before the deadline of December 15th at:  http://www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship/11964/flosum_scholarship_scholarship.php


    Solution Reach Scholarship program awards two $2,000 scholarships.  Seniors with at least a 3.2 GPA and accepted to an accredited college may apply or college students withat least a 3.0 GPA.  Applications at http://www.studentscholarship.org/scholarship/11179/solution_reach_scholarship_scholarship.php


    CrossLites Scholarship--33 awards given.  This is open to HS, College, and Grad students and students compete against students in their grade level.  A reflective essay of 400-600 words is required.  The deadline is Dec. 31st and info is at http://www.studentscholarship.org/scholarship/12561/crosslites_scholarship_scholarship.php


    The 10 Words or Less Scholarship is for $500 and for HS students between the ages of 14 and 25.  The deadline is Jan. 29th and can be found at http://www.studentscholarships.org/easy.php


    The You Deserve It Scholarship of $1000 is for students age 16 and older and can be found at http://www.studentscholarships.org/available.php


    The SD Fire Service Scholarship offers two $1000 awards to HS students.  Seniors must be the son or daughter of any member of a fire department in SD or be a junior fire service dept. member in SD. Any major can apply, but preference is given to students going into fire or emergency service degree programs.  The deadline to apply is March 15th.  The deadline is http://sdfirefighters.org/ 


    There are more than 50 scholarships to look into at www.sfacf.org.  Values vary from $250 to $5,000.  You do have to check which schools/counties are elgibile as many of them are specific to certain parts of South Dakota.


    The John Forkenbrock Educational Scholarship awards one $500 scholarship to a senior going into the field of education as a teacher.  The senior must have attended an Impact Aid level school (which Dupree is).  The deadline is Feb. 26th and info/application can be gotten from Mrs. Peacock and sent to Maxine Schochenmaier, 27032 Split Creek Court, Sioux Falls, SD  57108.


    Explora Vision Awards--40 awards of $10,000!!!  Deadline is Feb. 1st.  Go to https://www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship/9625/exploravision_awards_scholarship.php


    Davidson Fellows Scholarships awards 20 scholarships and the deadline is Feb. 10th.  You must be younger than 18 as of Oct. 1st and be an exceptional student with in-depth knowledge of a particular subject.  https://www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship/8804/davidson_fellows_scholarships_scholarship.php


    Shell Oil Company Scholarships awards 20 scholarships of $2,500 each.  Students must be seniors going into engineering/geosciences.  If the student is successful after their first year, he or she may get a four-year renewable award of $5000 annually.  The deadline is March 3rd and info is at https://www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship/10151/shell_oil_company_technical_scholarship_scholarship.php


    Juniors/Seniors can apply for the Signet Classics Student Scholarship which there is one $1000 award and the deadline is April 14th. https://www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship/8875/signet_classics_student_scholarship_essay_conest_scholarship.php


    Global Life Equipment Schol.  One $500 award and the deadline is June 15th.  Seniors must submit a short story following directions on the website.  They must have at least a 2.5 GPA.  Info at:  http://www.usedforkliftssouthdakota.com/


    SP Scholarship of 10 awards of $10,000 and the deadline is June 15th.  Students at least 13 years old and enrolling in college in US.  Info at https://www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship/13400/sp_scholarship_scholarship.php



    Seniors:  The Wendy's HS Heisman Schol. is available online at www.WendysHeisman.com.  The first 25,000 entrants will be mailed $10 gift cards to Wendy's.  To qualify, you must have at least a 3.0 GPA and be in at least one school-sponsored sport.  The deadline is Oct. 2nd.  Two people are winners of small prizes at each school and those that qualify as national finalists get to go to New York City to be on ESPN, win money, and DHS would win money too!