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Slater & Zurz LLP Scholarship2018-03-18

The law form of Slater & Zurz in Akron, Ohio, will award a $1,000 scholarship to an Ohio high school senior graduating in 2018 and who will be attending a college/university in Ohio. Scholarship is not tied directly to student's GPA, ACT scores or class rank. It will be awarded on the basis of the preparation of a brief YouTube video along with an accompanying written essay.


1. Must be an Ohio high school senior graduating in 2018

2. Must be planning to attend a college/university in Ohio

3. Student must create a 2-4 minute YouTube video. There are two options for the topic of the video. (see website for specifics)

4. Student must submit a 500-1000 word essay about the topic discussed in the video.

5. Refer to the website for all specific details.

6. http://slaterzurz.com/scholarship

DEADLINE: 3/31/18

Hudec Dental Relax, Smile Serve2018-03-21

Hudec Dental will award a scholarship in the amount of $1,000 to a graduating senior to be used for college tuition or related expenses.


1. Minimum 3.0 GPA

2. Planning to enroll in college in the fall of 2018

3. Must submit a 500 word essay detailing "how you changed the quality of life in your community with your service."

4. Transcript

5. Return completed applications to the MHS Guidance Office by 3/21/18

Erie Affiliates - Construction Mgmt/Civil Engineering2018-03-23

They will award a $500 scholarship to a graduating senior from a LEAF contracted school. (MHS is a LEAF contracted school). Applicant must be intending to pursue a career in Construction Management or Civil Engineering.


1. Must be intended to pursue a career in Construction Management or Civil Engineering at an accredited 2 or 4-year college/university

2. Minimum gpa of 2.5

3. In addition to the completed application, students must submit a transcript

4. Applications can be found in the Guidance Office, room A114

Lebanese Syrian American Junior League2018-03-23

The Lebanese-Syria Junior Women's League will award three-$1,000 scholarships to girls or boys of Lebanese or Syrian descent residing in the greater Cleveland area.


1. Academically outstanding (At least a "B" average)

2. Must be of Lebanese or Syrian descent, female or male

3. Autobiography: 200 words

4. Recommendations: Two

5. Applications are available in Room A-114.

Richard Small Foundation2018-03-23

This scholarship was established by Cleveland Construction Company in memory of their former Chairman and CEO and MHS 1955 graduate. This scholarship is to be awarded to students as passionate about Mentor as Richard was. They will award 4-$2,000 scholarships to MHS graduating seniors planning to pursue careers in Engineering Technologies and Construction programs at any college, trade, or vocational school to cover tuition, fees and books.


1. Applicant must be a MHS senior planning to pursue a career in Engineer Technologies or Construction at any college, trade or vocational school to cover tuition, fees and books.

2. Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of leadership, character and service.

3. Two recommendation letters are required from MHS faculty, work advisors, community leaders, or any other person you've been involved with (not a relative) who can attest why you deserve the scholarship.

4. 250-word essay (see application for topic)

5. Return completed applications to the MHS Guidance Office (A114) by 3/23/18.

Mentor High School PTSA2018-03-23

The Mentor High School PTSA will award four $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors who are members of the MHS PTSA or whose parent is a member.


1. Must use for any educational training beyond high school (4-year college, 2-year college, trade or technical school)

2. Applicant and/or applicant's parent must be a member of the MHS PTSA.

2. Service/work experience

3. Activities

4. One-page essay about an experience, situation or individual during high school that helped to shape you and your choices as an individual.

Applications are available in Room A-114.

MHS Deadline: 3/23/18

Lake Health-Health Careers Scholarship2018-03-23

Lake Health will award 3-$1,000 scholarships to MHS graduates who are planning a career in the medical profession. This may be as a physician, nurse, technician, aide, clerical, or other medically related field.


1. Must be a MHS senior graduating in 2018

2. Must be planning a career in the medical profession.

3. Essay topic: "What are your career goals and why did you choose this health science field?"

4. Applications are available in the Guidance Office, room A114.

DEADLINE: 3/23/18

BP Science (females only)2018-03-23

The Fluorine Chapter of Iota Sigma Pi will award the BP Scholarship(s) of $2,000 to young women with a profound interest in chemistry who will be attending an Ohio college or university.


1. Must be female and a high school senior

2. Must have applied to an accredited four-year college/university in Ohio with the intent of pursuing a scientific career after graduation. (Pre-med, pre-pharmacy/pharmacy are excluded)

3. Must have completed, or be in the process of completing, a minimum of 3 academic years of physical science courses and 3 academic years of math.

4. Must have at least a 3.4 gpa

5. Must exhibit strong scientific achievement and continued interest in both chemistry and mathematics.

6. Application can be found at:


7. Handwritten applications will not be accepted. Four copies of the application including attachments must be submitted.

Mentor Orchestra Association2018-03-23

Two equal scholarships will be awarded to a Mentor High senior who has been officially enrolled in a Mentor High School orchestra class for at least 3 years, including senior year.


1. Must have maintained an A average in Orchestra I

2. Must have an overall 2.5 GPA overall while at Mentor High

3. Short essay

4. Letter of acceptance from accredited school

5. Applications are available in Room A-114

Memorial Middle School PTA2018-03-26

Memorial Middle School PTA will award 3-$500 scholarships. There will be 2 scholarships given to a MHS senior who intend to pursue a 4-year degree at a college/university and 1 scholarship to a MHS senior who will be pursuing their education at any 2-year college, technical or vocational school.


1. Attended Memorial for a minimum of two years and is currently a senior at MHS

2. Planning to attend a 4-year college/university or a 2-year college/tech/vocational school

3. Character

4. Leadership

5. Service

6. Financial need

7. Recommendation from Mentor High faculty or staff member

8. Recommendation from a community member

Lake County Agricultural Society2018-03-26

The Lake County Fair Board will award a $1,000 scholarship to a graduating senior.


1. Lake County resident

2. Must be a member of a Lake County 4-H organization or be a member of the Lake County Junior Fair Board

3. Proof of acceptance into a college or technical school

4. Minimum 2.5 gpa

5. Essay summarizing school/community activities and worthiness

6. Recommendations: Two One from a high school teacher/counselor and one from a community member.

7. Applications are available in Room A114

8. Applications must be postmarked by April 1.


Ruth Hanes Scholarship (L.C.E. Federal Credit Union)2018-03-26

The LCE (Lake County Employees) Federal Credit Union will award one $1,000 and one $500 scholarship in honor of retired manager, Ruth Hanes. (Check the LCE website, www.lcefcu.org, to see the list of companies and organizations that are within their field of membership.) Applicant MUST be a member of L.C.E. (Lake County Federal Credit Union) or a relative of a member of the credit union. All other applicants will be disqualified.


1. Senior graduating from Harvey, Riverside, Mentor, Lake Catholic, Fairport, Kirtland, Madison, Perry, Wickliffe or Willoughby-Eastlake high school

2. Applicant must be a member or a relative of a member of L.C.E. Federal Credit Union (child, grandchild, niece, nephew, sibling)

3. Must have at least a 3.0 GPA

4. Must attend college in Ohio and submit a letter of acceptance from the school

5. Must submit a 500-word essay on the subject: "Importance of Education"

6. Applications available in room A114 or at: www.lcefcu.org


East Central Ohio Pilots Association2018-03-26

They will award scholarships for flight training to young adults who display the aptitude, talent, drive and desire to learn to fly.


1. Must have a demonstrated keen interest inflying and general aviation

2. Must be a proven self-started, willing to earn their way

3. Participation and demonstrated contributions to community and school

4. Reasonable academic skills

5. Must provide 2 recommendaiton letters

6. Essay of less than 550 words on "How Achieving a Pilot's Certificate will Benefit My Life"

Quota International2018-03-26

Quota International of Lake County will award a $1,000 scholarship to a Lake County college bound student.


1. Plan to study speech, hearing, visually impaired, social work, counseling, physical therapy, or elementary or secondary education.

2. It is the intent that the recipient work within Lake County for at least one year after graduation.

3. At least 2.5 gpa

4. Letter of recommendation

5. Essay expressing reason student is pursuing such a degree and future career plans.

6. Applications are available in Room A-114.


Riley Pearson Cancer Survivor2018-03-26

The family of Riley Pearson will make awards to ALL graduating seniors from MHS who have been treated for cancer as per the criteria below. Riley was a MHS senior when she passed away from cancer in 2014. Applicants do not have to be enrolling in a college/university or technical school after graduation.


1. Must be a senior at MHS and attended MHS at least junior and senior year.

2. Applicant must have been treated by an oncologist and received intravenous chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy as part of their treatment.

3. Any and all applicants who are cancer survivors meeting the above criteria will receive the award. There is no one-student selection process.

4. Applicants do NOT have to be enrolling in a college/university or technical school upon graduation to receive the award.

Riley Pearson "OU, Oh Yeah"2018-03-26

This scholarship has been established in memory of Riley Pearson, a MHS senior who passed away in Oct. 2014 after a long fight with cancer. A $500 scholarship will be awarded to a graduating MHS senior who plans to attend Ohio University after graduation.


1. Must be a MHS senior planning to attend Ohio University after graduation. If applicant has applied to OU but has not been accepted by the scholarship deadline, student may still apply. Should that student receive the scholarship, enrollment verification and certificate of enrollment must be received prior to payment of scholarship award.

2. Scholarship will be awarded based on the applicant's essay, grades and activities.

3. Must have teacher recommendation form filled out

4. Transcript

DEADLINE: 3/26/18

Lake-Geauga Bowling Association2018-03-26

They will award a $1,000 scholarship to a senior student/athlete (in any sports) who resides in Lake or Geauga County. Applicants do not have to be bowlers.


1. Must be a senior

2. Must have earned 3 varsity letters

3. Minimum 3.3 gpa

4. Be intending to pursue a 2 or 4-year degree after graduation

5. 2 recommendation letters (coach and teacher/administrator)

6. Must include a picture of yourself

7. Criteria for selection by LGUSBC: sports participation, academic potential and achievement, letters of recommendation, essay questions.

8. Extra consideration given to varsity or USBC Youth Bowler (however, this is not mandatory)

9. MHS will submit two applications from those returned to the Guidance Office, room A114, by the deadline.

DEADLINE: 3/26/18

William D. Squires Educational Foundation2018-03-26

The William D. Squires Educational Foundation will award 15 renewable scholarships valued at $4,000 to college-bound seniors planning to attend a two-year or four-year college. This award is based primarily on financial need (EFC less than $8,000).


1. Academics (at least a 3.2 GPA)

2. School and outside school activities

3. Applicants must have an EFC less than $7,000

4. Essay: My Career Goal

5. At least two letters of recommendation

6. Notarized parental form

7. Final copy of SAR (Student Aid Report from filing Financial Aid Form)

8. Application must be notarized

9. Applications can be downloaded from: www.wmdsquiresfoundation.org

MHS Deadline: 3/26/18 (postmark deadline is 4/5/18

Charleen Gawronski Leadership Award2018-03-26

This scholarship will be awarded in memory of Charleen Gawronski, longtime Mentor School Board member. The committee will award one Mentor High School graduating senior $5,000. This award will be given on the basis of community services the student has participated in from 9th grade through the end of the first semester of the senior year.

In addition to the cover sheet, please attach the following documents:

1. A list of high school awards and accomplishments

2. A list of community service projects and hours accumulated

3. Essay (up to 1000 words) on a community service project that you have participated in, how project was important and how you benefited from it

4. Two letters of recommendation

5. Applications are available in Room A-114.

Lake County Farm Bureau2018-03-27

The Lake County Farm Bureau will award a scholarship, renewable for up to four years, to a graduating high school senior. The amount will be determined by the number of acceptable qualifying applicants.



1. Plan to major in an agricultural related field

2. Applicant must be a resident of Lake County and parent/guardian must be a member of the Lake County Farm Bureau

3. Have at least a 3.0 gpa

4. Three references

5. Must attach copy of college/university acceptance letter

6. Essay (500 words) covering an area of interest in agriculture, activities, hobbies and special interests, and what you can contribute to the future of agriculture


Fields of Learning2018-03-31

Fields of Learning, a non-profit organization founded in 2004 by the Ferguson family of Kirtland Hills, Ohio, is encouraging Ohio high school students (whether part of a football team or not) to write about their learning experiences related to high school football and to reward as many as possible with financial aid for continuing education. There will be five $1,000 awards.


1. ALL high school students - not limited to football players. Fans, band members, cheerleaders, etc, are all invited to enter.

2. 700-1500 word essay. The essay should discuss something you learned related to high school football. This is not limited to experiences of actually being on the high school football team. For example, maybe you learned something as a cheerleader, band member or as a fan who attended games, or from an experience a friend or relative had. Anything you think of that has a connection at all to high school football is acceptable.

3. Essay must be typewritten and be a true story told in your own words.

4. You are encouraged to complete the online registration and submit your essay via email to admin@fieldsoflearning.org. Include your last name and title of your essay in the Subject Line. In the body of the mail, include your full name, mailing address, phone number, high school, current grade and year of graduation.

5. Emailed entries must be received by Fields of Learning by 3/31/18.

6. Applications are available in Room A-114 or on-line at www.fieldsoflearning.org

DEADLINE: March 31, 2018

Don't Text and Drive 2018-03-31

The law firm of Kisling, Nestico and Redick is sponsoring this scholarship to help raise awareness of the dangers of texting while driving. Students are asked to come up with a plan to persuade young adults to avoid texting while driving. They will award $5,000 to the winner.


1. Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident

2. Must be accepted to an accredited college/university within the U.S.

3. Have a minimum 3.0 gpa

4. Must include a transcript

5. Must include one recommendation letter from teacher or counselor

6. Applicants must develop a plan to encourage young adults to avoid texting while driving. May make videos, submit strategies and be as creative as they'd like to convey their ideas.

7. Apply online at: knrlegal.com/knr-dont-text-drive-scholarship-online-application/

8. Online deadline: 3/31/18

Orchard Hollow Elementary School PTA2018-04-09

Orchard Hollow PTA will award one $1,000 scholarship to a graduating senior.


1. Attended Orchard Hollow

2. Plan to use money for educational training beyond high school

3. Character

4. Evidence of responsibility

5. Financial need

6. Academic achievement

7. Extra Curricular Activities

8. Applications are available in Room A-114


Ridge Middle School PTA2018-04-09

Ridge Middle School PTA has announced that it will award two-$500 scholarships to graduating seniors who attended Ridge at least 2 years.


1. Use for educational training beyond high school (four or two-year college, vocational school)

2. Must have been a student at Ridge at least two years

3. Academics

4. Service/work experience

5. Character, leadership, responsibility

6. Financial need

7. Autobiographical essay

8. Must apply online at:


9. Must upload a recommendation from a teacher/counselor and a community person.

10. Must upload a transcript.

Lake Elementary School PTA2018-04-10

Lake Elementary PTA will award a $500 scholarship. This award is to be used for educational training beyond high school, in any college or technical school.


1. Must have attended Lake for two years or more

2. Grades

3. Extracurricular activities

4. Neatness of application

5. Autobiography (250-500 words)

6. Recommendations: Three

7. Applications are available in Guidance Office, room A114.

Shore Middle School PTA2018-04-11

Shore Junior Middle School PTSA will award two $500 scholarships to graduating seniors.


1. Use for any educational training beyond high school

2. Attended Shore for at least 2 years

3. Academics

4. Service, character

5. Responsibility, leadership

6. Recommendations: One. Applicant may include a second letter.

7. Essay: 250 words

8. Return completed application to the Guidance Office, room A114, by 4/11/18

9. Applications are available in the Guidance Office, room A114.

MHS Deadline: 4/11/18

Sterling Morton Elementary School PTA2018-04-11

Sterling Morton PTA will award one $500 scholarship to a graduating senior who attended Sterling Morton at least 3 years.


1. Use for educational training beyond high school at any college or trade school

2. Must have attended Morton for a minimum of three years

3. Applications available in scholarship drawer located in A-114 or at:

www.mentorschools.net (click on Schools/Sterling Morton/PTA/Scholarship)


Brandon's Gift2018-04-11

The Brandon's Gift Scholarship has been established in memory of Mentor High School student, Brandon Shima. One $750 scholarship will be awarded to a MHS 2018 graduate who will be continuing their education at any post-graduate vocational/technical school, college or university.


1. Applicant must be a MHS varsity football player or athlete graduating in 2018.

2. Aids fellow students in the fight against bullying

3. To be used for educational training beyond high school at any college, university, trade or technical school.

4. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of: leadership, character, community service, volunteer work/good deed and future goals.

5. 250-word essay (see application for topic)

6. Must attach 3 recommendation forms that have been completed by:

a. Current teacher/coach/counselor

b. Employer, community service organization/volunteer organization

c. Clergy, family friend, neighbor

7. Return completed application and attachments to the Guidance Office, room A114 by April 11, 2018.


Rotary Club of Mentor2018-04-13

The Rotary Club of Mentor will award a scholarship to a MHS seniors enrolled in a Career-Tech Program.


1. Applicant must currently be enrolled in a MHS CTE Program

2. Essay of 250 words or less (see application for topic)

3. One recommendation letter from a teacher, counselor, administrator, community member, religious leader or a supervisor of one of your activities.

Deadline: 4/13/18

American Association of Drilling Engineers2018-04-15

The AADE will award up to 20-$1,000 scholarships. Their purpose is to encourage college-bound seniors to consider a career in the oil and gas industry. The scholarship is NOT limited to Petroleum Engineering majors; or for that matter, engineering majors. Scholarships will be awarded based on academic excellence, financial need, extenuating circumstances. Applications are available in A114 or you can download from www.aade.org/chapters/appalachian-basin/


1. Applicant does not have to be pursuing an engineering degree

2. Minimum 3.5 gpa

3. Minimum 27 ACT or minimum of 600 in Math and 600 in Critical Reading on the SAT

4. Must be enrolling in a college/university in Ohio, Pennsylvania or West Virginia

5. Must be a U.S. citizen

6. Apply via email to: aade@rangeresources.com

DEADLINE: 4/15/18 (application must be received via email by this date)

Mad City Money Competition2018-04-18

Juniors and Seniors looking for a fun way to win a $1,500 scholarship are invited to compete in the MAD City Money Competition. Your team of 3 will compete in a virtual "Game of Life" taking on the role of adults in futuristic Mad City. You're given jobs, income, a family, and of course, debt. The challenge? Visit merchants to purchase all your needs such as housing, transportation, food, clothing, etc. and build a budget. It will be a fun and eye-opening competition that will give you an idea of what life will be like on your own. Each member of the top 3 teams will win scholarships of $1,500, $1,000 or $500. Competition takes place on Saturday April 21 at Lakeland Community College

Cardinal Parents' Club2018-04-20

The Cardinal Parents' Club of Mentor will be awarding 5 scholarships valued up to $1,000 each to graduating seniors from Mentor High School. These scholarships are dedicated to the memory of Robert I. Miller and Becky Horvath. Robert was a member of the Cardinal Parents' Club for many years and Becky was a 1996 graduate of MHS who died in 1997 at the age of 19 while attending The Ohio State University.


1. Participation on a MHS athletic team as a player, trainer, statistician or manager.

2. Applicant must demonstrate good character and responsibility and must have actively volunteered for Cardinal Parents' Club events.

3. Recommendation from a coach and teacher

4. Character and responsibility

5. Minimum GPA is 2.0

Applications are available in Room A-114.


NCCAP Freedom Scholarship2018-04-25

The Lake County Branch of the NAACP is offering a $1,000 scholarship to a minority graduating senior from Lake County.


1. Must be a U.S. citizen or an international student with an educational visa

2. Must be African American, Asian American, American Indian, Latino, or Pacific Islander.

3. Must have a 2.5 or greater GPA

4. Must include copy of your college acceptance letter

5. Two letters of recommendation

6. Transcript

7. One-page essay explaining what career you wish to pursue, your personal ambition and what you hope to accomplish/achieve in your lifetime.

8. Recent photograph (winner's photo to be published in the newspaper)

9. Applications are available in room A114.

MHS DEADLINE: April 25, 2018

Lake County Right to Life Essay Contest2018-04-25

They will award cash prizes in the amounts of $500, $250 and $100 to winners of their essay contest.


1. Write a 500-750 word essay on the topic: A growing percentage of young Americans consider themselves pro-life. How does a young person translate that belief into action?

2. Grammar, spelling, clearness of thought, originality and impact on the reader are considerations.

3. All submissions must be typed and signed by the student with their phone number and mailing address included.

Hopkins Elementary School PTA2018-04-27

Hopkins Elementary PTA will award one $500 scholarship. Applications may be obtained in the Scholarship Drawer at MHS or electronically from www.mentorschools.net/hopkins/site, then click on PTA, then Scholarship


1. Must have attended Hopkins at least three years, including all of fifth grade

2. Use for training beyond high school, including any college or technical school

3. At least a 3.2 grade point average

4. Leadership ability

5. Recommendations: Two

6. Applications available in the Guidance Office, room A114 or online at: www.mentorschools.net/hopkins/site


Keith Jaranovic2018-05-01

The family & friends of Keith Jaranovic will award 2 scholarships in the amount of $2,500 each to MHS students who intend to pursue a career in education. The scholarship award will be made directly to the student's college after verification of enrollment.


1. Must be a MHS senior graduating in 2018 and intending to pursue a career in education at an accredited college/university

2. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of leadership ability, community activity, teacher/principal recommendation.

3. Must include a transcript

4. Letter of recommendation from a teacher/principal who can confirm your abilities regarding your field of study.

5. Letter of recommendation from someone other than a relative who can speak to your character and service qualities.

6. Essay of <250 words stating what you will do as an educator and how you think you will make a difference.

7. Applications available in the Guidance Office, room A114.

MHS Deadline: 5/1/18

Premier Smiles Orthodontics2018-05-11

They will award a $1,000 scholarship to a current high school senior in the Greater Cleveland. Applicants do NOT have to be patients at Premier Smiles Orthodontics. They have a very strong belief in community and the roll professionals should play to strengthen and enhance our community. They believe that further education is the great equalizer for youth to fully succeed and reach their full potential.


1. Must be a graduating senior in the greater Cleveland area planning to pursue their education after high school

2. Must submit a 3-page essay describing some of the recent problems within your community and what you would do to solve them.

3. Application can be downloaded from their website: www.premiersmilesortho.com, click on the "Scholarship" page.

4. Completed application/essay may be dropped off at their location by 5/15

Premier Smiles Orthodontics

9179 Mentor Avenue, Mentor, OH 44060

Or returned to the MHS Guidance Office by May 11, 2018

Mentor Soccer Club2018-05-11

The Mentor Soccer Club will award various scholarships to graduating seniors who are past or present members of the Mentor Soccer Club.

The maximum amount of the award to any one individual is $1000.


1. Academic excellence

2. Mentor Soccer Club participation

3. Family members volunteer involvement with MSC

3. High school soccer participation is not required

4. One recommendations letter

5. Applications are available in Room A114 or online at: www.mentorsoccerclub.com. Click on "About MSC" and then select "High School Awards". You can type your responses directly onto the application or you can print it and write in your responses.


Americans of Italian Heritage2018-05-14

The American's of Italian Heritage will award four scholarships in the amount of $2,000 each for graduating seniors.


1. Residents of Lake, Cuyahoga, Ashtabula, Geauga counties

2. At least one parent of applicant must be of Italian descent

3. Must plan to attend either a 2 or 4-year college/university as full time student

4. Scholarships will be awarded within three categories: 1) gpa of 2.5 to 2.99, 2) gpa of 3.0 to 3.5, 3) gpa of above 3.5

5. Well rounded student who can demonstrate their dedication and commitment to continuing their education

6. Two letters of recommendation

7. Demonstrated financial need

8. Financial Aid Award letter from college planning to attend

Mentor United Methodist Church - Becky Horvath Memorial2018-05-18

Mentor United Methodist Church has established the Rebecca A. Horvath Scholarship. An endowment has been set up and the interest will be awarded to a senior from Mentor High School. Applicants do not have to be members of Mentor United Methodist Church.


1. To be used at any educational institution after high school

2. Scholastic record

3. Leadership ability

4. Church and community activities

5. Recommendations: Two

6. Interest in a career requiring college education

7. Financial need

8. Essay (250 words)

9. Applications are available in the Guidance Office, room A114.


B. Davis2018-05-22

This scholarship is offered through the generosity of the sponsors of the Student Award Search Aid website sponsors. It is available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as students currently registered in any post-secondary institution. Additional information at: http://www.studentawardsearch.com/scholarships


1. You must submit your entry via email to: awards@studentawardsearch.com

2. Must write an essay of 1000 or less on the topic: Describe the three characteristics of leadership you value most. Discuss why you believe that these traits are so important and how you feel that they are developed in an individual.

3. Be sure to include your name, high school name, what college you will be attending and what your future academic plans are in the email.

ONLINE DEADLINE: 5/22/18 (online)

Cleveland State Balanced Man (SigEp Fraternity)2018-08-15

The Cleveland State University Chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity is offering scholarships totaling $2,500 to incoming freshmen men for the 2018-2019 academic year. Applicants/recipients have NO obligation to join Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity in order to be eligible for the scholarship. Their goal is to reward men who exemplify the qualities of a sound mind and a sound body as they believe they are the two ideals essential to leading a balanced life. Sigma Phi Epsilon awards similar scholarships at 15 other chapters on Ohio campuses.


1. Must be male

2. Must be planning to enroll in Cleveland State University for the 2018-2019 academic year.

3. Must have a minimum 3.0 gpa

4. Must not be affiliated with any other fraternity.

5. Apply online at: www.csuohio.edu/SigEp Then click on the Balanced Man Scholarship area.

DEADLINE: 8/15/18

AES Engineering2018-10-18

AES Engineering will award scholarships in the amount of $500. It is their belief that high grade point averages should not be the only criteria for determining who deserves to be helped. For that reason their scholarship will be awarded on the basis of character as determined by evaluation of the essays that are submitted. Scholarships are intended for future leaders across a wide spectrum of fields of study, you are not required to be taking engineering courses to be eligible.



1. Seniors and students in post-secondary institutions are eligible to apply.

2. Students must submit an essay of 500-1000 words in response to the following question: "When you look back on your life in 30 years, what would it take for you to consider your life successful? What people, things and accomplishments do you need?"

3. Submit essay via email to: scholarships@aesengineers.com Be sure to include your full name, the name of your high school and your future plans.

DEADLINE: Oct. 4, 2018 (online)