Ohio Vax-2-School scholarship program’s second deadline is Sunday

CLEVELAND (WJW) — There are two deadlines left for those looking to sign up for Ohio’s Vax-2-School scholarship program (the first one came last weekend).

Yes, Ohioans ages 5-25 who have received at least their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine are now eligible to win up to $100,000 in scholarships.

Unlike Ohio’s previous Vax-a-Million program, Vax-2-School is offering a bevy of payouts rather than just five $1 million prizes and five full-ride scholarship prizes. With this, the state is offering 150 $10,000 scholarships and

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6 scholarships for students who want to study abroad

There has been a recent surge in students aspiring to study abroad. The factors responsible for this recent phenomenon of a stellar rise in international university applications pertain to the healthcare infrastructure, stayback facilities provided, growth in the Indian economy and variety in the courses offered by the International Universities.

Despite such facilities, there arises one major constraint that does pull down the Indian aspirants and their parents is the financial burden. One must acknowledge that studying in most countries worldwide is not affordable unless the student and parents are aware of and benefit from the scholarships and financial aid

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Denver Scholarship Foundation scholar comes full circle

DENVER — Making college a possibility for thousands of Denver Public School students is the mission of the Denver Scholarship Foundation, which is celebrating its 15-year anniversary this month.

That’s 15 years of Denver students showing what they can do when given the opportunity.

One of the first scholars from 15 years ago, Derrek Sandoval, has been a success story that has come full circle.

“At a very young age, my parents instilled in me you are going to college,” Sandoval said. “We don’t know what that looks like or how we’re going to pay for it, but it’s something

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NSE Awards Scholarship to UTME Engineering Candidates

Funmi Ogundare

For their outstanding performance in the 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) conducted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), the Nigeria Society of Engineers (NSE) has awarded scholarships to the engineering candidates to enrich the management and practice of the profession in the country.

The NSE last year had instituted a scholarship award of N16 million to encourage candidates who intend to study engineering-related courses in the university. The beneficiaries will enjoy a scholarship of N1,000,000 each for five years after gaining admission into the university of their choice studying Engineering.

The beneficiaries include Miss Agnes

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Governor Hochul Announces First Round of Winners for New ‘Vaccinate, Educate, Graduate’ Vaccine Incentive Program for 5- To 11-Year-Olds to win a Full SUNY or CUNY Scholarship

Today, Governor Hochul announced 10 winners of New York’s “Vaccinate, Educate, Graduate” vaccine incentive program. The Governor also personally called several parents to share her congratulations that their child would be able to attend SUNY or CUNY on scholarship.  

“The ‘Vaccinate, Educate, Graduate’ program provides the life-changing opportunity for young New Yorkers to win free tuition to a SUNY or CUNY college or university,” Governor Hochul said. “As we enter the holiday season and the risk of transmission increases, it is absolutely critical that we stay vigilant. The vaccine is the surest way to keep you and your loved

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UNIABUJA Students Laud ASUU Over Scholarship Disbursement

Students of the University of Abuja have commended the Academic Staff Union Of Universities (ASUU) branch of the institution over the disbursement of scholarship award to some selected students.

Recall that the Union recently granted scholarships to nine students studying in the institution, following a directive from its national body.

Some of the students who spoke to LEADERSHIP said the scholarship would help ameliorate their financial condition.

A 400 level student in the department of Agric Economics, Adenabu Shaibu Maryam commended the union for funding them worthy to be given the scholarship.

“I can say that ASUU is one of

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10 Things to Look for in a Scholarship

Attending university is a life-changing experience for many students. However, figuring out how to pay for higher education can be a tricky piece of the puzzle. Many students turn to financial aid or apply for scholarships in order to finance their education. Here are ten things to look for in a scholarship, so you can maximize your chances of earning some financial assistance with your education.

1. Is it part scholarship or full ride?

Before getting started on the application, make sure you figure out how much money the scholarship is worth. Is it a “full ride scholarship”, meaning the

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The Daily Herald – Julian Harrigan Memorial Scholarship for Morancie

Janet Morancie with members of the committee and alumni reps.

ANGUILLA–Janet Morancie is the recipient of the 2021-2022 Julian R. Harrigan Memorial Scholarship. The announcement was made at a special ceremony hosted by The University of the West Indies (The UWI) Open Campus Anguilla and the Anguilla Chapter of The UWI Alumni Association at The UWI Open Campus Anguilla, on Wednesday, November 17.

  The Julian R. Harrigan Memorial Scholarship was established in 2016 by The UWI Open Campus Anguilla and The UWI Alumni Association – Anguilla Chapter, in collaboration with the family of the late Julian Harrigan, as a tribute

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Adamawa Lawmaker Under Fire For Giving N1,000 Scholarship To Tertiary Institution Students

The lawmaker representing Mayo Belwa Constituency in the Adamawa State House of Assembly, Hon Ibrahim Musa Italiya, has come under fire for allegedly giving N1,000 each as scholarship to students in his constituent.
In some trending pictures seen by SaharaReporters, Italiya who is the Minority Whip of the Seventh Assembly in Adamawa was seen, giving the paltry sum to some of his constituents studying at the Federal College of Education, Yola.

He is the only African Democratic Congress (ADC) member in the House.
The action has since attracted the outrage of Nigerians who described the lawmaker as “a total disgrace

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Undergraduate student becomes USF’s first Rhodes Scholarship finalist

Alexander Mercier was six years old when his mother began to suffer from a painful
illness that initially stumped her doctors. After three years, she was diagnosed with
Lyme disease, a likelihood initially dismissed because it is uncommon in his home
state of California and throughout the western U.S.

The experience triggered in Mercier an interest in epidemiology, the study of disease,
and eventually led him to focus some of his most prominent research at USF on preparing
for the next pandemic.

His innate curiosity, combined with his outstanding record of academic achievement
and a well-rounded list of interests that

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