This scholarship was created by Seymour Schulich to give an opportunity to youngsters to shine and innovate the world with their ideas. I mirror his interest in science and have the same vision to make a difference in lives of others. I am quite involved within my school and have participated in various activities and competitions throughout my high school years. I understand how important is to lead by example and make a difference in the life of others. In order to facilitate the interest of students in the field of STEM, I worked with teachers and peers to start a robotics program at the school. This program is very popular at my school and it gives students a chance to explore science and technology by doing hands-on work. This is a sense
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To be a part of the GateKey Scholarship Program, would be astounding to happen to me. This scholarship would help me to be the first person to actually go to college. The scholarship would to add me to advance financially to ultimately help my parents to give them a better life and to give my future family a better life, as well. This program would help me to succeed more and to better my future. To be able to go to college and get access to more education would be
I was awarded the Drexel Liberty Scholarship in 2015, but today, while reflecting on my college career, I am more appreciative of your donation than ever before. The past couple of months have not been the easiest for my family and I, but thanks to your donation, my financial standing at Drexel was not an additional burden. Furthermore, this scholarship has given me the privilege to advanced my education in my dream school and enjoy the perks of being a Drexel student, such as co-op.
It’s been a subject of news reports both local and national: the opiate drug epidemic in central and northeast Pennsylvania is skyrocketing and Geisinger Marworth is stepping in to do something about it.
National Honor Society is more than a club I am apart of, it has given me the motivation to strive to keep my grades at a certain level, keep up with community service, treat others with respect, and also conduct myself in a mature manner. The National Honor Society Scholarship would help fund my schooling at Gulf Coast State College in Panama City, Florida.
I feel that I should receive a Sherwin-Williams Scholarship because I have challenged myself and pushed myself throughout my high school career. I have taken all of the hardest classes offered at my school in order to be well-prepared for college. By taking honors and Advanced Placement classes at my school, I have gotten the best possible education. I have also learned great leadership skills through my work on the executive boards of National Honor Society, Irish American Club, and Spanish Club. Additionally. throughout my high school years I have discovered my passion for math. While I was in grade school, math was always one of my strengths. However, once I came to high school I realized that I really enjoy learning the subject of math. Therefore, I decided that engineering would be a good field for me to pursue. Engineering is a unique field because it manages to combine math with art. Over the past four years,
There are many reasons as to why the Trailblazer Collegiate Academy Scholarship is necessary for my education. Simply put, my mom’s income isn’t enough to support us financially and pay for my tuition. I have a part time job to cover some of my expenses like my dual-credit but I don’t make enough to pay my school bills and save for my future. With this scholarship, I will be able to put back funds for when I graduate high school, get my bachelor’s degree, and later, my law degree.
If I was going to receive the Prairie Meadow Scholarship, it would allow me to pay for my college tuition, and architecture classes to further pursue to achieve a associates at DMACC and a masters in Iowa State University. The colleges I would appreciate attending are Iowa State University and DMACC. It would take away a lot of stress and anxiety towards the high cost of college tuition, books, paying for classes.
Thank you for the opportunity to apply for this unique scholarship. This award shows me that you recognize your alumni as being vital to the campus. I’ve had a long family history with your school. My great grandmother Florence Wilson attended the former Platteville State Teacher College and taught a year before marrying my great grandfather. My grandfather, Kenneth Wilson, attended the University of Wisconsin Platteville and studied agriculture. His education was beneficial in his career in farming. He needed to leave school after two years in order to work full time on the farm and to raise seven children. Three of his children attended UW-Platteville. My uncle Kurt Wilson started teaching physical education in Lodi after receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Education. He is still enjoying his job there. My mother, Lynette Wilson (Potter) received a Bachelors of Science degree in Art and a Masters of Science in Counselor Education. She has had many creative positions and has worked with a variety of people over the years. Her artwork has been published in national magazines as well as local papers. She was dedicated to her job working with the developmentally
When I was a child, I never fully understood the importance of school. As I grew older my parents took the care to teach me that education, especially one that is free, was a privilege and would offer opportunities for success. For the two of them, Immigration to the United States offered prospects of a better life, yet to do so they needed education. So, as a result I have acquired that by learning I can reach my aspirations, but to reach that point I must be diligent, determined, and well-rounded. I aspire to go to college, and eventually help heal the world.Thus, why I believe that I am a well-suited Candidate for the AP Capstone Scholars’ Program.
It fills me with great pride to say that I have finished my first semester of college--with a 3.5 GPA nonetheless--due to your continued generosity. Your donation to this fund has drastically improved my college experience because a large weight has been lifted off my shoulders. As a student who does not receive Federal Aid, paying for college seemed like far-fetched dream. Being able to say that I have completed my first semester of college is not as far-fetched as I once thought. Thank you for making this dream a reality.
HOPE scholarship and Georgia Pre-K program. How does public education benefits from the Georgia lottery? I will be doing this research to find out why public schools don’t get any type of money from the lottery. “Maximize revenues for HOPE and Pre-K” the Georgia lottery mission. “To be recognized globally as a top performer and innovative leader in the lottery industry and a trusted and valued partner for the state” the Georgia lottery vision. While doing this research I will be examining how the lottery came about in the state of Georgia. The Georgia lottery system was created to enhance the state’s education funding. The purpose of this research is to find out why some of the lottery doesn’t go to public education in the state of Georgia. First we will look at the history of the Georgia lottery, secondly the counties who has the most revenue from the lottery, thirdly scholarships and programs, and lastly funding for public schools.
As a recipient of the Betsy Caughlin Donnelly Endowed Scholarship, I personally wanted to say thank you so much for your contribution to the University of Nevada, Reno and for the scholarship that you have provided for me.
It is my pleasure to recommend Zachary Kohler, who I taught in my 1st-7th grade computer classes at Challenger School. During this class, Zacharywould demonstrate his math, science, and logic skills programming in Terrapin Logo and Pascal. Hedisplayed tremendous effort and growth throughout the time I've known him and brought a great energy to class. I am confident that he will continue to display the same commitment and diligence in everything he does. I highly recommend Zachary for this scholarship to your program.
On my visit to the Dunwoody campus, I could not wait to look around. I've been attending the Math and Science Academy for seven years. Even before my sixth grade year, I have always enjoyed constructing things, playing with building blocks, and making little robots. On the night of my sixth grade orientation, I visited my school to be and was surprised when I walked in the front door. I was greeted by an eight foot tall robot made by high school students. They were part of the program called For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST). I