Scholarships

All scholarships will be announced on a weekly basis to be read over the student announcements and posted on the scholarship website. As this page is updated weekly, the new scholarships will be posted in a “different color” to differentiate them from the already received scholarships. 

Scholarships with a college listed means you need to have applied to the college and plan on attending there if you are going to apply for that particular scholarship. If an organization is mentioned and a career is noted, you need to major in that particular field in order to apply for the scholarship. If you have questions on any of the scholarships posted, please contact Ms. Stone at: 309-743-8822.


September 10, 2018 – P.E.O. STAR Scholarship – $2,500 scholarship open to female senior students. Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or better, attend an accredited post-secondary institution the fall after graduation, and exhibit excellence in leadership, academics, extracurricular activities, community service and have potential for future success. *Applications must be submitted to Ms. Stone in the Counseling Center* Click on the link for an application: PEO STAR
October 15, 2018 – Hispanic Heritage Foundation’s 2018 Youth Awards – Up to $3,500 in educational grants open to seniors to fund post-secondary education or a community-based project. Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or above, be of Hispanic heritage and contiuing their education at an accredited institution. Selection will be made based on accomplishments in the classroom, community and excellence in various educational categories. Click on the link for details and an application: HHF 2018 Youth Awards
October 17, 2018 – Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship –  Open to senior athletes who excel in the classroom, on the field, and in the community. Must have a GPA of 3.0 or better. Click on the link for details and an application: Wendy’s Heisman
October 25, 2018 – Horatio Alger National and State Scholarships – Open to senior students with a GPA of 2.0 or higher who are planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree at an accredited post-secondary institution (*may start at 2 year or 4 year college). Applicants must require financial assistance to attend college. Click on the link for details and an application: Horatio Alger
October 25, 2018 – Golden Door Scholars – Scholarships for DACA recipients attending college in fall 2019. Strong preference will be given to those interested in one of the following fields or one similar: Engineering, Computer Science, Technology or Math. Click on the link for details and an application: Golden Door
October 31, 2018 – Coca-Cola Scholars Program – $20,000 achievement-based scholarship open to seniors with a capacity to lead and serve as well as a commitment to making an impact in their school and community. Click on the link for details and an application: Coca-Cola Scholars
November 6, 2018 – NASSP – Prudential Spirit of Community Awards – Students (9th-12th grade) who have engaged in volunteer activities in the last year can complete an application. *Notify Ms. Stone in the Counseling Center if you apply*. Applications will be reviewed and one student will be selected for nomination. Click on link for details and an application: Prudential Spirit
December 1, 2018 – Central College Scholarships – $24,000 or more in academic scholarships for students admitted to Central College in Pella, IA. Central College offers an additional 1,000 scholarships to admitted students for academic excellence, leadership, service and talent. Click on the link for details and to apply: Central College
December 11, 2018 – Science Ambassador Scholarship – $40,000 scholarship open to students pursuing a STEM field of study. As an applicant, you must film a three–minute video of yourself explaining a STEM topic you’re passionate about. Click on link for details and an application: Science Ambassador
December 14, 2018 – Foot Locker Scholar Athletes – $20,000 scholarship open to students involved in high school, intramural or community-based sports. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Click on the link for details and an application: Foot Locker
December 15, 2018 – Burger King Scholars – Scholarship open to senior students with a GPA of 2.5 or above that are passionate about serving the community. Applicants or their parents/guardians can be employed by Burger King but it is not required. Click on the link for details and to apply: Burger King
December 17, 2018 – Better Business Bureau’s Student of Integrity Scholarship – Moline High School seniors can apply for a $2,500 scholarship. Only one MHS senior will be selected. Applicants required to complete an essay, be involved in school and the community and provide letters of recommendation. *See Ms. Stone in the Counseling Center if you would like to apply. Click on the link for details: BBB
January 2, 2019 – Quad City Regional Auto Show Scholarship – Open to college-bound students with a parent or guardian who works at a new car dealership AND trade/technial school students wanting to train in the automotive field. Click on the link for details and an application: QC Regional Auto Show
January 2, 2019 – University of Illinois: Children of Veterans Tuition Waiver – 4-year in-state tuition waiver at the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign, Chicago, Health Sciences Center or Springfield) open to children of service members. Click on the link for details and to apply: Click on the link for details and an application: COV
January 4, 2019 – GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program – $10,000 renewable scholarship available to college-bound students who demonstrate exemplary leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship with financial assistance to pursue higher education. Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or above and plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate course of study toward a bachelor’s degree at an accredited four-year college or university in the fall of 2019. Click on the link for more to details and to apply: GE-Reagan
January 9, 2019 – Ron Brown Scholarship Program – Four-year $40,000 scholarships ($10,000 each year) open to African American students that excel academically, exhibit leadership, participate in community service and demonstrate financial need. Click on the link for details and an application: Ron Brown
January 14, 2019 – Trinity Health Foundation Scholarships –  Scholarships available to senior students planning to pursue a post-secondary education in healthcare with parents or grandparents that are employees of UnityPoint Health-Trinity. Click on the link for details and to apply: Trinity

January 18, 2019 – University of Michigan’s Geisinger Scholarship – Renewable $20,000 scholarship open to students enrolling at University of Michigan and pursuing an undergraduate degree program in engineering. Click on the link for details and an application: Geisinger

January 26, 2019 – Quad City Engineering and Science Council (QCESC) Scholarship Program – Multiple one-time grants/scholarships between $1,000 and $2,500 each for high school seniors pursuing a STEM degree at a 4-year university. Criteria includes academics, community service, extracurricular involvement, career goals, and an essay on whyou want a STEM degree. Additional engineering scholarships available from Iowa State University, University of Iowa, University of Wisconsin-Platteville, St. Ambrose University and Western Illinois University-Quad Cities. Click on the link for details and to apply: QCESC

January 26, 2019 – Thomas K. Evans Memorial Scholarship – $5,000 scholarship open to seniors pursuing a post-secondary education in science, technology, engineering or math. Click on the link for details and an application: Thomas K. Evans

January 31, 2019 – NHS Harold P. Griffith Scholar Award – $1,000 scholarship open to current senior members of Moline High School’s National Honor Society. Recipient is selected based on scholarship/scholastic achievements; student essay; student statement of financial need; and staff letter of recommendation. Click on the link for details and an application: NHS Griffith

February 1, 2019 – National Wild Turkey Federation’s Academic Scholarship – Scholarship open to students who demonstrate dedication to conservation. Applicants must have a current hunting license. Click on the link for details and an application: National Wild Turkey Federation

February 1, 2019 – Davenport Jaycees Foundation 2019 Community Service Scholarship – Open to students entering their freshman year of college in the fall of 2019 at an accredited post-secondary institution who actively volunteer in the Quad Cities community and demonstrate a high level of academic achievement. Click on the link for details and an application: Jaycees

February 6, 2019 – America’s Farmers Grow AG Leaders Scholarship – $1,500 scholarships open to students who are looking to continue their education in an ag-relted field of study and become the next generation of ag leaders. Click on the link for details and an application: America’s Farmers

February 8, 2019 – HyVee Foundation Scholarship – $1,000 scholarships open to senior students seeking a four-year degree at any baccalaureate degree-granting college in the United States. Applicants must be employed by HyVee or be the child of a HyVee emloyee. Click on the link for details and an application: HyVee

February 14, 2019 – We the Students Essay Contest – Write an essay on the essential qualities of a citizen in your community in the 21st century in order to be considered for scholarship funds: 1st place at $5,000 and a scholarship to the Constitutional Academy; 6 runner up prizes at $1,250 each; and 8 honorable mentions at $500 each. Click on the link for details and an application: We the Students

February 15, 2019 – 1st Gateway Credit Union Scholarship – Three $1,000 scholarships open to seniors who are members of the 1st Gateway Credit Union. Click on the link for details and an application: 1st Gateway Credit Union

February 15, 2019 – Quad Cities Community Foundation Scholarships – Applicants can begin applying on November 1st for CFGRB’s scholarships online. An eligibity quiz will show you which scholarships you can apply for. Click on the link for details and to apply: QC Community Foundation

  •  Richard J. Collins Scholarship – Up to $500 scholarship. Must have a 3.0 and have participated in at least one middle school or high school sport in Moline School District.

  • William H. Kleinschmidt Scholarship – Renewable scholarship of up to $1,500 a year. Applicants must demonstrate financial need, have a GPA of 3.0 or above and be seeking a health-related degree. 

  • Brand Boeshaar Scholarship – Renewable scholarship of up to $3,000 a year. Applicants must submit an art portfolio.

  • Diana De Pover-Nesseler Memorial Scholarship – Renewable scholarship of up t $750 a year. Applicants must be enrolling at a community college in the Quad Cities. *This includes career and technical programs.

  • Don E. & Charlotte Williams Scholarship – Renewable scholarship of up to $3,000 a year. Open to students pursuing post-secondary education at 4 year, 2 year and trade/technical schools.

  • Dr. & Mrs. Yang Ho Rhee Scholarship – $2,000 scholarship open to students of Korean descent with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

  • Edwin R. Adland & Ruth H. Adland Scholarship – Renewable scholarship of up to $5,000 a year. Applicants must have a GPA of 2.0 or higher and plan to attend Augustana College, Iowa State University or University of Northern Iowa.

  • Elise Brett Scholarship – Renewable scholarship of up to $1,000 a year. Award will be given based on demonstration of the connection of their educational plans to their career goals through essay, activities and academics. *Open to students seeking college degrees and career-related certificates.

  • Great River Bend Cyclone Award Scholarship – $1,000 scholarship open to students planning to attend Iowa State University.

  • John R. Kiley Memorial Scholarship – $1,000 scholarship open to students planning to attend a college or university in Iowa with a GPA of at least 2.5.

  • Kelly Marie McQuate Memorial Scholarship – $500 scholarship open to students who have lost a mother or father, either biological or adoptive.

  • Louis F. Bulechek Memorial Scholarship – Renewable scholarship of up to $4,000 a year. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and have at least a 2.0 GPA.

  • Morency Family Scholarship – Renewable scholarship of up to $2,000 a year. Applicants must have a GPA of at least 2.0 and plan to attend an accredited college/university or receive vocational training/education.

  • Paul and Barbara Yamber Memorial STEM Scholarship – Renewable scholarship of up to $10,000 a year. Applicants must demonstrate financial need, have been successful in STEM curriculum in high school and be pursuing a STEM-related education and career.

February 15, 2019 – CVM-Illinois Youth Mentoring Health Scholarship – Open to senior students who plan to pursue a full-time undergraduate course of study in math, science, or the medical sciences from an accredited college or university. Click on the link for details and to apply: CVM

February 16, 2019 – Beta Sigma Psi National Lutheran Fraternity Scholarships – Several scholarships open to students planning to attend Purdue, Indiana, Illinois or another 4-year college. Applicants must be male members of a Lutheran congregation who are interested in living up to the ideals of being a Christian Gentleman. There is no obligation to join Beta Sigma Psi. Click on link for details and an application: Beta Sigma Psi

  • Martin Luther Scholarship – $2,000 for any 4-year college or university

  • Christian Leadership Award – $1,500 for Purdue-West Lafayette

    • $500 for finalists admitted to Scholars Program

  • Christian Leadership Award – $1,500 for Indiana University-Bloomington

  • Christian Leadership Award – $1,500 for University of Illiois and Urbana-Champaign

February 21, 2019 – St. Patrick Society Scholarship – $1,000 scholarship open to students who are related to a member of the St. Patrick Society. Click on the link for details and an application: St. Patrick Society

February 28, 2019 – Science and Engineering Apprentice Program (SEAP) – The Army Educational Outreach Program is offering a summer apprentice program with the Department of the Army laboratories for students in grades 10-12 with interest and ability in science and mathematics. Students will work with scientists and engineers as mentors. Click on the link for details and to apply: SEAPSEAP Fact Sheet

March 1, 2019 – Rock Island Arsena Welcome Club (RIAWC) Merit Scholarship – Award of up to $1,500 for seniors who reside in the local area or have a parent/sponsor residing in the local area AND meet one of the following criteria: 

  1. hold a valid Military ID card (including dependent ID card) or a valid Federal ID card issued by Rock Island Arsenal, or

  2. have a parent/sponsor who holds a valid Military ID card or valid Federal ID card issued by Rock Island Arsenal, or

  3. who volunteers in a Rock Island Arsenal philanthropic organization, or

  4. have a parent who volunteers in a Rock Island Arsenal philanthropic organization.

     *ALSO–Applicant must plan to attend an accredited university, college, or trade school in a program of study leading to a baccalaureate, an associate, or a specialized technical degree during the 2019-2020 academic year. Click on the link for details and an application: Rock  Island Arsenal Merit Scholarship

March 1, 2019 – Township Officials of Illinois Scholarships – Seven $1,500 scholarships open to seniors who are attending Illinois colleges and universities in the fall of 2019. Applicants must submit an essay on the role of township government in today’s society and the future. Click on the link for details and an application: TOI 

March 1, 2019 – IH Mississippi Valley Credit Union (IHMVCU) Scholarships – $30,000 in scholarships will be awarded for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. Applicants are required to be a member of the IHMVCU. Click on the link for details and an application: IHMVCU

March 1, 2019 – Golden Apple Scholars of Illinois – Scholars are provided with extensive teaching experience and advanced preparation to supplement their college curriculum, academic support throughout college, college tuition-assistance and support (up to $23,000), and mentoring during their first years of teaching. In return, Scholars commit to teach in Illinois schools-of-need for five years after college graduation from an Illinois partner university. The Scholars program is open to residents of Illinois with a GPA of 2.5 or higher and a qualifying composite score on the ACT or SAT. Click on the link for details and an application: Golden Apple Scholars; GA Brochure; GA Eligibility

March 1, 2019 – Illinois AMVETS Service Foundation Scholarships – Numerous scholarships open to seniors with parents and/or grandparents who are currently serving or have served in the military. Click on the link for details and applications: IL AMVETS

  • ILLINOIS AMVETS SERVICE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS

          ONE-YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS FOR $1,000.00 NON-RENEWABLE

          To be eligible for this scholarship the applicant must:

  1. Be an Illinois High School Senior

  2. Have taken the ACT or SAT

  3. Child or grandchild of a veteran or active-duty

  • ILLINOIS AMVETS SAD SACKS NURSING SCHOLARSHIPS

    ONE-YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS – AMOUNT VARIES YEARLY

          To be eligible for this scholarship the applicant must:

  1. Be an Illinois High School Senior who has been accepted into a pre-approved nursing program (A copy of an acceptance letter must accompany the application.) or may already be a student in an approved School of Nursing in the State of Illinois

  2. Prove satisfactory in academic record, character, interest and activity record, and financial need.

  3. Priority will be given to the dependent of a deceased or disabled Veteran.

  • ILLINOIS AMVETS JUNIOR ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS

    ONE-YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS FOR $1,000.00 NON-RENEWABLE

    To be eligible for this scholarship the applicant must:

    1. Be an Illinois High School Senior

    2. Have taken the ACT or SAT

    3. Participate in a Junior ROTC program

    4. Child or grandchild of a veteran or active duty

  • ILLINOIS AMVETS TRADE SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS

    ONE-YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS FOR $1,000.00 NON-RENEWABLE

    To be eligible for this scholarship the applicant must:

    1. Be an Illinois High School Senior who has been accepted in a pre-approved trade school program.

    2. Child or grandchild of a veteran or active duty

  • ILLINOIS AMVETS LADIES AUXILIARY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS

    ONE-YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS – AMOUNT VARIES YEARLY

    To be eligible for this scholarship the applicant must:

    1. Be a Illinois High School Senior

    2. Be a child or grandchild of a Veteran of the United States of America who served after September 15, 1940 and was Honorably Discharged or who is presently serving in the military.

    3. Have taken the ACT or SAT

  • ILLINOIS AMVETS LADIES AUXILIARY WORCHID SCHOLARSHIPS

     ONE-YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS – AMOUNT VARIES YEARLY

    To be eligible for this scholarship the applicant must:

    1. Be a Illinois High School Senior

    2. Be a child of a deceased father or mother who was a Veteran of the United States of America who served after September 15, 1940, and was Honorably Discharged. They need not be killed in action or died as a result of a service-connected disability.

    3. Have taken the ACT or SAT

March 2, 2019 – Ascentra Scholarship Program – Five $1,000 scholarships open to Ascentra Credit Union members that are high school seniors and planning to enter college. Click on the link for details and an application: Ascentra

March 8, 2019 – Moline Rotary Foundation Scholarship – Up to five $1,000 scholarships open to graduating high school seniors planning to continue their education. Award will be given based on active involvement in service-oriented activities, leadership and academic achievement. GPA of 3.0 and above is required. Click on the link for details and an application: Moline Rotary Foundation

March 15, 2019 – Great River Teacher Corp (GRTC) Scholarship Program at WIU – Open to students interested in becoming a teacher and willing to teach within the 22 counties of the GRTC for three years after graduating from college. Recipients will receive $2,000 per year until fully accepted into the WIU Teacher Education Program (TEP). Once in TEP, recipients will receive $4,000 per year until they complete student teaching. Click on the link for details and an application: GRTC

March 15, 2019 – Moline Foundation Scholarships – Numerous scholarships available to students within Moline-Coal Valley School District No. 40’s boundaries. Further information and applications are available on Moline Foundation’s website. Click on the link for details and to apply: Moline Foundation

  • Srikanth Yerra Memorial Scholarship Fund

    • $1,000 non-renewable

    • Live within Moline-Coal Valley School District No. 40 boundaries

    • Graduating senior or community college student

    • Preparing to attend or transfer to a 4-year college or university

    • Minimum 3.5 grade point (out of 4.0)

    • Based on financial need, potential for future personal achievement

      • Submit: Transcript, 2 letters of reference, brief essay about yourself (200 words or less).

  • Lee McAllister Memorial Scholarship Fund

    • $1,000 non-renewable

    • Graduating senior of Moline High School

    • Plan to major in education

    • Minimum 2.75 grade point average (out of 4.0)

    • Based on financial need, potential for future personal achievement, abilities, school and community activities and strong academic record

      • Submit: Transcript, two letters of reference, brief essay (200 words or less) “Why are you entering the field of education?”

  •  Moline High School Class of ’59 Scholarship Fund

    • Amount and number of awards determined annually

    • Graduating senior from Moline High School

    • Minimum 2.8 grade point average (out of 4.0)

    • Based on service-oriented activity in place of worship, school, or community

      • Submit: Transcript, brief statement (1-2 paragraphs- 200 words or less) on “What do you anticipate your life to be like in 50 years?”

  • Clement T. Hanson Scholarship Fund

    • Three $1,500 four-year scholarships renewable based on continued financial need and scholastic achievement (Total: $6,000)

    • Live within Moline-Coal Valley School District No. 40 boundaries

    • Graduating senior or community college student

    • Preparing to attend or transfer to 4-year college or university

    • Minimum 2.5 grade point average (out of 4.0)

    • Based on financial need, potential for future personal achievement, and personal interview

      • Submit: Transcript, two letters of reference, brief essay about yourself (200 words or less).

  • Dolores A. Hulse-DiIulio Scholarship Fund

    • $1,000 (eligible to reapply annually and compete with incoming freshmen candidates and other previous scholarship recipients)

    • Female graduating senior at Moline High School

    • Intend to pursue a bachelor’s degree on a full-time basis in the fields of chemistry, physics, engineering, or pre-medicine

    • Attend a public university or college located in Illinois

    • Applicant must be in upper one-fourth academically in class rank

    • Based on desire to achieve, abilities, strong academic record, potential for future personal achievement, and two reference letters

      • Submit: Transcript, two letters of reference, brief essay (200 words or less) “Why are you entering your chosen field of study?”

  • Maggie Webb Scholarship Fund

    • Amount and number of awards to be determined annually

    • Graduating senior from Moline High School

    • Minimum 2.8 grade point (out of 4.0)

    • Based on community involvement (with at least one service oriented activity in place of worship, school or community) and essay

      • Submit: Transcript, essay (350 words or less) “If you were to leave this earth tomorrow, what would be your legacy?”

  • Lee Womack Scholarship Fund

    • Amount and number of awards to be determined annually

    • Graduating senior from Moline High School with planned major in Education. Special preference will be given to applicants planning to major in Special Education

    • Minimum 3.0 grade point average (out of 4.0)

    • Based on community involvement (with at least one service-oriented activity in place of worship, school or community), and essay

      • Submit: Transcript, essay (200 words or less) stating why you want to obtain an education degree, your goals, and how you feel this would be an asset to you and the community, and two reference letters.

  • Stan Woods Scholarship Fund

    • $1,000 non-renewable

    • Graduating senior from Moline High School

    • Minimum 3.0 grade point average (out of 4.0)

    • Based on community involvement and leadership, academic achievement and essay

      • Submit: Transcript, essay (200 words or less) “Explain what you have done to make your community a better place to live and give an example or one or more of specific projects that have benefited from your involvement” and two letters of reference.

  •  D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Scholarship

    • Three $1,000 scholarships

    • Graduating senior and living in the boundaries of Moline-Coal Valley School District No. 40

    • Applicant must follow the ideals of the former Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) Program, which sought to prevent use of drugs, membership in gangs, and violent behavior

    • Minimum 3.0 grade point average (out of 4.0)

    • Based on academic merit, good citizenship, attendance, active involvement in school and community, and an essay

      • Submit: Transcript, essay (200 words or less) “Submit an essay on good choices you have made in your life. Choose an activity you have been involved in and describe how it has impacted your life” and two letters of reference.

  • Hazel Van Arsdale Memorial Scholarship Fund

    • $1,000 Scholarship

    • Graduating senior and living in the boundaries of Moline-Coal Valley School District No. 40

    • Involved in at least one service oriented or musical activity

    • Minimum 3.0 grade point average (out of 4.0)

    • Based on financial need, potential for future personal achievement and brief essay

      • Submit: Transcript, two letters of reference and essay (200 words or less) “Explain your personal educational goals and why music has been important to you growing up.”

  • Moline High School Class of ’65 Scholarship Fund

    • $1,000 Scholarship

    • Graduating senior from Moline High School

    • Minimum 2.5 grade point average

    • Applicant must have been involved in at least one service-oriented activity or organization in his or her school, community or place of worship

      • Submit: Transcript, essay (200 words or less) “How do you intend to become self-sufficient and contribute to society?” and two letters of reference.

  •  Jack Dye Scholarship Fund

    • $1,000 Scholarship

    • Resident of Moline-Coal Valley School District No. 40

    • Graduating senior of Moline High School

    • Minimum high school grade point average (2.75 on a scale of 4.0)

    • Preference will be given to those students that have improved a letter grade

    • Full or part-time enrollment (at least 12 credits per semester)

    • Community or volunteer service

    • For undergraduate school expenses

    • Applicant must provide proof of class rank and a transcript of seventh semester courses, school/community activities, job or volunteer history

      • Submit: transcript, two letters of reference (1 personal non-family and 1 that is school related from faculty members, administrators or counselors), and an essay (200 words or less) “How has your work or volunteer experience helped form your life?”

  • Moline Kiwanis Charitable Foundation Fund Scholarship

    • $1,000 scholarship

    • Graduating senior of Moline High School or Alleman High School living within the boundaries of Moline-Coal Valley, Illinois School District No. 40

    • Cumulative grade point average (2.5 out of 4.0) during the first seven (7) semesters of high school

    • Provide proof of class rank and a transcript of seventh semester courses

    • Involved in at least one service-oriented activity or organization in his or her school, community, or place of worship

    • Demonstrate financial need, presented through the scholarship application, and information confirmed by the financial aid office of the selected educational institution.

    • Enroll on a full-time basis in an accredited college, university, or technical school (carrying at least 12 semester hours)

      • Submit two letters of reference, (one personal non-family member reference and one from the school staff, faculty member, or counselor).

  •  The Moline High School 1962 Michael J. Warren Memorial Scholarship Fund

    • $500 Scholarship

    • Graduating senior from Moline High School

    • Preference to student with a planned major in Engineering

    • Minimum 3.0 grade point average

    • Applicant must have been involved in at least one service-oriented activity or organization in his or her school, community or place of worship

      • Submit: Transcript, essay (200 words or less) stating why you want to obtain an engineering degree and your goals, and two letters of reference.

  • Chris “Spey” VanSpeybroeck Memorial Fund Scholarship Fund

    • Two $1,000 Scholarships

    • Graduating senior from Moline High School Class, Alleman High School, Rock Island High School or United Township High School

    • Minimum 2.8 grade point average (out of 4.0)

    • Applicant must have been involved in at least one service-oriented activity or organization in his or her school, community or place of worship

      • Submit: Transcript, two letters of reference, and an essay (200 words or less) “The importance of family and friends.

March 29, 2019 – Rock Island County Farm Bureau Foundation Scholarships – Applicants must be members (or dependents of members) of the Rock Island County Farm Bureau. Applicants do not need to be pursuing a degree in agriculture. Click on the link for details and an application: RI County Farm Bureau

April 1, 2019 – Army Emergency Relief’s MG James Ursano Scholarship Program – Scholarships open to dependent children of army families pursuing an undergraduate degree. Scholarship recipients are selected based on finanical need. Click on the link for details and an application: AER

April 1, 2019 – P.E.O. Chapter KT: Carol Jeanne Davis Education Scholarship – $500 award to female student graduating from Moline High School with the plan to major in education. Click on the link for details and an application: PEO CHAPTER KT DAVIS EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP

April 1, 2019 – P.E.O. Chapter KT Scholarship – $500 award open to female seniors with a GPA of at least 3.0 who are continuing the education after high school. Click on the link for details and an application: PEO KT SCHOLARSHIP

April 1, 2019 – Italian American Society Scholarship – $1,000 scholarship open to seniors enrolling in college in fall of 2019. Applicants must have at least one Italian ancestor to be eligible. Click on the link for details and an application: Italian American Society Scholarship

April 22, 2019 – Student-View Scholarship – $11,000 worth of scholarships available to seniors who plan to attend a four-year college, community college or career school. Recipients are selected by a random drawing. Click on the link for details and an application: Student-View

April 30, 2019 – Kids’ Chance Scholarship – Applicants must have a parent who has been killed or seriously injured as a result of a work-related accident that meets the criteria of the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act and that has resulted in demonstrated financial need. Click on the link for details and an application: Kids’ Chance

April 30, 2019 – National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Quad City Chapter #50 Scholarship – $500 to $1,000 to be awarded to one or more students in a Construction Trades or “Student Built Home” program. Applicants must be accepted in a construction-related program at a university, college, or vocational/trade school as a full-time student. Minimum GPA of 2.25 is required. *Open to male and female students. Click on the link for details and an application: NAWIC

May 15, 2019 – Come 2 Iowa Senior Scholarship – Five high school seniors from surrounding states will be awarded $1,000 scholarships to attend an Iowa college. Click on the link for details and an application: Come 2 Iowa

May 24, 2019 – B. Davis Scholarship – $1,000 scholarship open to juniors and seniors. Applicants must submit an essay on leadership. Click on the link for details and an application: B. Davis

Apply as soon as possible – Imagine America Scholarships for Trade Schools in Illinois – Open to students planning to attend Universal Technical Institute, Lincoln College of Technology, or Cortiva Institute in Illinois. Click on the link for details and an application: Imagine America

Begin the process as soon as possible – College Board Opportunity Scholarships – Scholarships open to the class of 2020 by completing a six step program that helps students prepare for the SAT, college and the financial aid process. Students are entered for a chance to win scholarship funds as they complete each step. Once all steps are completed, students are entered for a $40,000 scholarship. Click on the links for details and to begin the program: College Board


Search the following websites for a variety of scholarships with different critera:
www.scholarshipguidance.com
www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship.php
https://www.collegegreenlight.com/
https://public.careercruising.com/en/
   >Use username and password to log in for Career Cruising
*Start accumulating scholarship funds for colleges and universities as early as 9th grade ahttps://www.raise.me/

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