​Scholarships for 2016-17




N.E.Chapter of the American Council of Snowmobile Associations
The Northeast Chapter will award (three) $500.00 scholarships to a graduating high school senior who has been accepted at a College, Junior College, or Vocational School or to a College Student who is already enrolled. The student or their Parents or Guardian must be already a member in good standing of their State Association for the year.
The Scholarship Trustee’s will review all applications and make its award based upon academic achievement, extracurricular involvement, community service and the quality of the original essay submitted with each application. Financial need is a secondary criteria used in the selection of the winner. Completion of the financial need portion of the application is optional. Students who have provided a complete financial background will be given priority over those whose applications are incomplete when all other considerations are the same. Please make sure you include attachments 1 through 6 on the application.

The essay should be about what snowmobiling means to you, or about snowmobiling in your state (economy, trails, environment) in five hundred (500) words or less.
N.E. Chapter
(3) $500
Deadline: March 1st

Application, letter of acceptance at your college you will be attending, transcript of grades at high school or grade record of the college you are already attending, essay and recommendations must be received by your state Associations Scholarship Committee Chair by March 1st as one package. Late applications will not be considered!

Website – open for application

Pennsylvania Blue Stone Assoc. -
Dave Weaver Scholarship
This scholarship is for graduating senior(s) from high school whose parent(s) work in the flagstone,fieldstone, and/or bluestone industry. For those wishing to apply for this scholarship they must meet
the following criteria:

1. Any parent(s) owning, working for or working in a flagstone, fieldstone, or bluestone quarry,
processing plant, or distribution yard, including office personnel and truck drivers, with a
graduating son(s) or daughter(s) who continue their education immediately after high school.

2. Regardless of your grade point average you can apply. Grades are not evaluated in regards to the awardee, except in the event of a tie.
3. There is no preference in regards to the institution the applicant plans on attending after
graduation, meaning it can be to a tech school, beauty school, trade school, college or

4. Applicants do not have to be members of the Pennsylvania Bluestone Association to apply for
the scholarship, but it will affect your overall score. PBA members receive 10% while those
working for a company that is a PBA member will receive 5%, and those not members receive
0% for this category.

The scholarship dollar amount will be established on a yearly basis and will be voted on by the PBA Board of Directors. The money the recipient is awarded will be given directly to the institution he or she is attending to pay for their books, tuition, or any other expenses they may have at the college.
Pennsylvania Blue Stone Assoc.
Must be in Guidance Office by
March 23, 2017

Application also available in Guidance Office
PA Blue Stone website:
PACAC Pennsylvania Assoc. for College Admission Counseling
The PACAC Scholarships are each a one-year non-renewable scholarship for high school seniors graduating from PACAC member high schools. This scholarship is intended to support a student's goal of continuing his or her education.
Multiple scholarships will be awarded in April 2017. The top recipient will receive the $1,500 Scholarship in memory of one of our PACAC founding fathers, Benjamin James. The other three recipients will receive a $1,000 Scholarship.
High school seniors will be selected based on:
  • Academic performance in a college prep curriculum
  • Financial need
  • Commitment to cultural and intellectual diversity
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 at the end of the first semester of senior year

The scholarship application will include:
  • PACAC Scholarship Application (completed by the student)
  • PACAC Counselor Form (completed by the high school counselor)
  • Transcript
(3) - $1,000
(1) - $1,500
Application Due:
January 15, 2017

Counselor Form Due:
February 1, 2017


Northern Tier Hardwood Association
The Northern Tier Hardwood Association Community Forests Scholarship is offered to all High School Seniors in the nine-county area of Bradford, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Pike, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, Wayne, and Wyoming counties. To qualify for the scholarship, students must complete the application, providing as much detail as possible, and submit it to: Northern Tier Hardwood Association, PO Box 7, Tunkhannock, PA 18657. APPLICATION ON-LINE.
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
  • Be accepted to a Community/Urban Forestry, Arboriculture, or related field of study
  • Be accepted to a Technical School, College or University
  • Provide 3 references, including one outside of school
  • Provide proof of acceptance, when received
Northern Tier Hardwood Association
Deadline for application is:June 1st

Application can be obtained from the Guidance Office or on-line.

NTHA web site for application:

Stream of Learning Scholarship Program
This program is designed to support outstanding students who are charting a course of study that is critical to the water and wastewater industry, from engineering to environmental science.
1. Currently living in Pennsylvania American Water's service area. A copy of the applicant's household water bill should be included for verification.
2.Plan to attend a 2 or 4 year college or technical school.
3.Plan to study environmental science, biology, chemistry or environmental engineering.
4. Complete application.
5. Write a short essay about their career interests.
6.Include a letter of recommendation from a teacher or community service leader.
7. Include high school transcript. Applicant's cumulative grade point average at the end of the first semester of the senior year must be 3.0 or greater.
Pennsylvania American Water
$1,000.00 - 10 distributed throughout PA
Must be postmarked by March 24, 2017

American Water Web Site:

Road to Safety Scholarship Contest
Metzger Wickersham’s Road to Safety Scholarship contest is open to graduating, college-bound high school seniors in Pennsylvania.
At Metzger Wickersham personal injury law firm, we are committed to promoting education and awareness about safe driving through community outreach, which encourages young drivers to get involved in spreading the message to keep our roads safe. Seniors must submit a creative project about the dangers of drunk and/or distracted driving

Entries will be judged on the following criteria: 1) Does the project effectively convey the theme of the contest? 2) How creatively does the project deliver the message? 3) Does the project motivate teens to be more safety-conscious behind the wheel?

  • Seniors may enter the contest by submitting a creative project that highlights the dangers of distracted driving and/or drunk driving. All projects must be submitted with a completed Entry Form.
  • Entries may include posters, paintings, drawings, t-shirts, digital illustrations, public service announcements, videos, recorded songs, brochures, infographics and more. The more creative the better!
  • All projects must be the original work of the entrant.
  • Any pieces of writing should be 1,500 words or less. Please type submissions. If emailing any piece of writing, please submit a PDF or Word Document file.
  • Videos and songs should be no longer than four (4) minutes. If emailing audio or video file, please submit in .mp3, .mov, or .wmv format. You may also submit via file sharing service (Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.)
  • Any artwork submissions must be easily transportable. If emailing artwork, please submit JPEG or PDF.
  • Students may submit no more than one (1) entry.
  • All submitted entries become the property of Metzger Wickersham. Projects will not be returned to any entrant. Upon submission of a project, entrants acknowledge that Metzger Wickersham will have all rights to use, reproduce, publish, display, distribute or promote as deemed necessary.
Metzger Wickersham, PC
First Place: $1,000Second Place: $750
Third Place: $500
Entries may be submitted via email, US mail, or dropped off in person at the Harrisburg office. See entry form or visit arrivealive.pa.com for details.
The deadline for all entries is Friday, May 5, 2017. Winners will be notified approx. 2-4 weeks after contest closes.

Entry Form can be obtained at the following link:


Pennsylvania House of Representatives Scholarship
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives' Scholarship Program enhances educational opportunities for eligible students who reside in Pennsylvania.
The program provides four-year scholarships to two high school seniors per year. Each award consists of the value of one semester of tuition at the State System of Higher Education for each of four years. Eligible educational institutions include nearly all colleges, universities, and career schools in Pennsylvania. Half of each annual award will be paid in the fall semester, and half in the spring semester. Students must maintain eligibility criteria in all four years in order to receive ongoing awards
1. Graduating High School Senior
2. Legal residency of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
3. Attendance at a Pennsylvania college, university, or career school as a full-time student
4. Academic achievement (minimum of 3.0 cumulative GPA in high school)
5. Commitment to community and demonstrated leadership qualities
6. Extracurricular activities
7. Financial need

The program provides four-year scholarships to two high school seniors per year. Each award consists of the value of one semester of tuition at the State System of Higher Education for each of four years.
CLOSED (Jan 1st)
Check out the web site for info.

Now available, please click on the link.

Pennsylvania American Legion Scholarship

Open to any Pennsylvania high school senior who is a child and or grandchild of a Pennsylvania Legionnaire living and/or deceased.

See guidelines on each

Doctor Almo Sebastianelli Drum corps Scholarship Fund is available to any senior residing in Pennsylvania who meets the following criteria: A child or grandchild of a Pennsylvania legionnaire in good standing or a child or grandchild of a deceased Pennsylvania Legionnaire. To be eligible a student must be a member of a high school band who is going on to higher education majoring in music.
The Robert J. Trace Scholarship Fund is available to every student 15 to 18 years of age residing within the state of Pennsylvania and meeting the following criteria:* A child or grandchild of a Pennsylvania Legionnaire in good standing;
  • A child or grandchild of a deceased Pennsylvania Legionnaire;
  • A child of a Pennsylvania soldier that was killed as a result of the war on terrorism including the Pentagon, Iraq and Afghanistan.
To be eligible a student must compose a 300 to 500 word essay on the topic “Patriotism and Citizenship – What America Means to Me”, and complete an application

Scholarship Endowment
Joseph P. Gavenonis Plan #1
Robert W. Valimont Plan #2
Who is Eligible?
Children and Grandchildren of PA Legion members who are deceased, KIA or MIA or has a parent who has been in the military or is in the military and is a member in good standing in the American Legion.
The Scholarship Endowment Committee will study the applications and pick the most eligible ones that our budget permits. An award letter will be sent to the student informing them they have been chosen for the scholarship.
PA American Legion
Sebastianelli - $500

Trace - $500

Gavenonis – $1000

Vailmont - $600

Website – open for scholarship applications:

Claverack Rural Electric Cooperative Scholarships
Parent must be a member of Claverack Rural Electric Cooperative, Inc. or Rural Electric Association
Applications on-line


Entries must be received by

See attached link for scholarship info:
Hermine Solt Student Scholarship
The Pennsylvania Association of Educational Office Professionals' Student Scholarship Fund was established in 1992 for the purpose of aiding students in Pennsylvania to pursue higher education in a business-related field (career in secretarial, office technology, accounting, business education (including business education teaching), business management, etc.)
Criteria: * Scholastic achievement and motivation for higher education
  • Qualities and traits of leadership, citizenship, and service to school and community
  • Financial need
  • Recommendations from business education department member and/or school counselor must accompany application
  • Goal: A career in secretarial, office technology, accounting, business education (including business education teaching

The completed Hermine Solt Student Scholarship Application, official transcript and recommendation must be received by the PAEOP Scholarship Committee chairperson on or before March 1.
(PAEOP) PA Association of Educational Office Professionals

PAEOP’s website (under Award & Scholarships):

PenSPRA Scholarship
The Pennsylvania School Public Relations Association wants to encourage and promote the field of public relations to public high school students through an educational scholarship for those interested in studying the field or related subjects (i.e. journalism, English, public relations, advertising, graphic arts, etc.)
The candidate should have maintained a 3.0 GPA, and have been accepted to or applied at a two or four-year college, vocational-technical school, or other institution of higher learning.
The award consists of three one-year scholarships worth $1000 each. Scholarships will be awarded to one public school from each of PenSPRA’s three regions (Eastern, Central and Western)
Pennsylvania School Public Relations Association
Applications are due by Wednesday, March 15, 2017

PenSPRA web site:

AADE American Association of Drilling Engineers
Up to twenty $1000 AADE scholarships are being offered for the 2017-2018 academic year. The Appalachian Chapter of the AADE is utilizing these scholarships to encourage college bound high school seniors to consider a career in the oil and gas industry. This scholarship is NOT being limited to Petroleum Engineering majors; or for that matter, engineering majors.
These scholarships will be awarded based on:

  • academic excellence
  • financial need
  • extenuating circumstances
To qualify the candidate must meet the following criteria:
  • Graduate from High School with a GPA or GPR of 3.5 or above
  • Scored at least a composite 27 on the ACT, or scored at least a minimum 600 in Math and 600 in Critical Reading on the SAT.
  • Be enrolled in an accredited college in Pennsylvania, Ohio or West Virginia
  • Be a citizen of the United States of America
  • Submit a fully completed and signed AADE Scholarship Application.

(20) $1,000.00
The application must be received by Don Robinson via email only (aade@rangeresources.com) no later than April 15, 2017.

Website below – open for application


Fraternal Order of Police Northeast Lodge #63 Memorial
This scholarship is open to any eligible high school senior who intends to pursue a career in Law Enforcement, either by majoring in criminal justice in college or entering the Act 120 municipal police academy.
Students must:* Be in good standing within their respective community
  • Have no disciplinary problems in or out of school
  • Have maintained a 2.0 GPA or “B” average through their final two years of high school
  • 500 word ESSAY on topic provided
Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #63
2 - $500.00
(five county area)
Must be in Guidance Office by April 10th
Application available in Guidance Office
Lackawanna College Scholarships
In addition to private scholarships and funding sources, the College currently awards a variety of merit and financial aid scholarships in varying amounts under a number of programs available exclusively to Lackawanna College students. Scholarships are available for both freshman and sophomores.
Requirements can be found on-line.
Lackawanna College
See website
Lackawanna College Family Scholarship - DEADLINE:April 30, 2017

LC Community Opportunity Scholarship (School of Petroleum and Natural Gas) – DEADLINE: May 1st

Application available on website:

Harford Agricultural Society Scholarship Award
Applicants must:* Be a High School Graduate
  • Be currently admitted to a school of advanced education, i.e. college or university
  • Submit a completed application, essay, and letters of recommendation

Recipients(s) may receive the Harford Agricultural Society Scholarship more than once.
Application procedures:
  • Complete the application. Attach additional sheets, if necessary
  • Obtain two letters of recommendation from any of the following:
ü School Principal
ü School Teacher/Instructor
ü School Guidance Counselor
ü County Extension Educator
ü 4-H Club Leader
ü Religious Minster/Church Youth Advisor
ü Harford Fair Director, Superintendent, or Department Head

Write an ESSAY not to exceed two double-spaced typed pages on topic provide
Harford Agricultural Society
2016 – (14) $1,000 awarded
APPLICATION AVAILABLE ON-LINE Accepting applications between April 1 and August 31st
OPEN(opens April 1st)

Open Website for application:

North Eastern Pennsylvania Counseling Assoc. Scholarship
Applicant must be a high school senior
High school senior ranked in the top 10% of the class; is involved in extracurricular and community service; and has been accepted to a 2 or 4 year college or university (all majors considered).
Must be in Guidance Office by:
(Available every 6 years)
COMMUNITY FOUNDATION of the Endless Mountains

Cody Albert Memorial Scholarship: Established in memory of Cody Albert. Provides a post-secondary scholarship to a high school graduate who, will be majoring in Visual Arts, Psychology or Physical Therapy and who writes a winning essay explaining how anxiety, depression or other adversity has been overcome without resorting to drugs or alcohol as a crutch.

Cindi Conaty Memorial Scholarship:Established by Jason Legg, in honor of his mother. Provides a post-secondary scholarship to a high school graduate who writes a winning 500 word essay explaining his or her pro-life stance and values and how those values have had an impact upon the student's life.

Gil Depew Memorial Scholarship: In memory of Gil Depew, who wasdiabetic. Provides two post-secondary scholarships to high school graduates with diabetes. Please submit from a medical professional written confirmation of diabetes.

Edwards/Napolitano Memorial Music Scholarship: Established in memory of good friends Johnny Edwards, and John Napolitano, both talented musicians from the Susquehanna Area. Provides a post-secondary scholarship to a high school graduate who exhibits exceptional musical talent in vocal or instrumental performance.

Mariano & Maria Lampazzi Fiaschi Memorial Nursing Scholarship: Established by Colonel Peter J. Fiaschi in memory of his parents. Provides a post-secondary scholarship to a high school graduate who, has attended Susquehanna Community School District for at least three years and will major in Nursing. Candidates must achieve at least an 88 GPA at the end of the Junior year and achieve an SAT score of 850 with a minimum of 400 in the mathematics and verbal examinations. Scholarship award is available for four years of college if the recipient remains a student in good standing enrolled in a Nursing program.

Meshoppen Creek Scholarship:Established by Reverend Paul and Mrs. Myrtle Carlson. Provides a post-secondary scholarship for a female high school graduate, who exhibits promise for her future and who writes a winning essay about her greatest accomplishment in her life, so far.

Margaret Stone Music Scholarship for Houghton College:Established by Mrs. Stone to assist a student who will attend her alma mater of Houghton College to major in music.
Montrose Area Chamber of Commerce Pauline MacNeal Memorial Scholarship:Established by The Montrose Area Chamber of Commerce. Provides a post-secondary scholarship to a high school graduate who, will major in business or a related field and who writes a winning essay of approximately 200 words explaining life goals and expectations upon graduating from college. Scholarship is contingent upon student earning at least a 3.0 GPA during the first semester of college.

Beatrice Reynolds Memorial Scholarship: Established by the late Ira T. Reynolds in memory of his late wife. Provides a post-secondary scholarship to a high school graduate who will major in education or teacher training. Scholarship award is available for four years of college if the recipient remains a student in good standing enrolled in an education or teacher training program.

R.E.S.C.U.E. Benjamin B. Stone Memorial Scholarship: Established by the staunch environmental organization “Return Susquehanna Country Under Ecology” to recognize Benjamin’s courageous and life-long efforts that both halted threatening pollution to our region and established the Susquehanna County Recycling Center. Provides two post-secondary scholarships to high school graduates who, write a winning essay addressing his or her past environmental interests and accomplishments and describing future plans to protect the environment.

Susquehanna Fire Department Community Service Scholarship: Established by the Susquehanna Fire Department. Provides a post-secondary scholarship to a high school graduate who, has demonstrated a strong sense of volunteerism and community service, with consideration given to students who participate in the Fire Department.

Matthew Van Fleet Memorial Automotive Scholarship: Established in memory of Matthew Van Fleet who as a high school student passed away in an automobile accident. Provides a post-secondary scholarship to a high school graduate who, who will study automotive, motorcycle, or truck technology and who writes a winning 200-250 word essay addressing the following topics: why pursue training in the automotive field, describe the ultimate vehicle, envision the future of automotive technology and explain one’s favorite recreational activity.
Community Foundation of the Endless Mtns
Cody Albert Memorial Scholarship:Award for 2017 is $500.00.

Cindi Conaty Memorial Scholarship:
Award for 2017 is $1,000.00.

Gil Depew Memorial Scholarship:
Awards for 2017 is $850.00 each.

Edwards/Napolitano Memorial Music Scholarship:
Award for 2017 is $850.00.

Mariano & Maria Lampazzi Fiaschi Memorial Nursing Scholarship:
Award for 2017 is $2,500.00.

Meshoppen Creek Scholarship:
Award for 2017 is $5,000.00

Margaret Stone Music Scholarship for Houghton College:
Award for 2017 is$1,100.00.

Montrose Area Chamber of Commerce Pauline MacNeal Memorial Scholarship:
Award for 2017 is $275.00

Beatrice Reynolds Memorial Scholarship:
Award for 2017 is $500.00.

R.E.S.C.U.E. Benjamin B. Stone Memorial Scholarship:
Award for 2017 is $500.00.

Susquehanna Fire Department Community Service Scholarship:
Award for 2017 is $750.00.

Matthew Van Fleet Memorial Automotive Scholarship:
Award for 2017 is $1000.00.
Must be in Guidance Office by
March 27, 2017
On line application only:
Applicant must be going to attend a 2-year, 4-year or certificate program
Must complete application on line.
Write essay on following: Why is it important for you to continue your education? What is your educational goal? List community services. Describe your most influential or memorable educational experience at SCSD.
Susquehanna Community Educational Association
$2,000 scholarship
Must be in Guidance Office by March 6th
Download attached PDF - type out/print out/return to guidance office:

Wayne Co. Community Foundation Scholarships
Applicant must reside in Wayne County

Based on scholarship; financial need and community service.
Applications on-line
Wayne County Community Foundation
Must be in Guidance Office by
March 23, 2017

On line applications preferred
Application available at website:

Perry/Westgate Memorial Scholarship
Applicant must reside in Wayne County
Any student entering a 2 or 4 year college under an agricultural, conservation, or environmentally oriented college curriculum; examples would be Animal Husbandry, Agricultural Engineering, Aquatic Biology, Soil Sciences, Parks and Recreations, Forest Sciences, Agronomy, Wildlife Biology, etc.
  • Complete Application
  • Letter of Reference
  • HS Transcript
  • Guidance Counselor Signature
Wayne Conservation District
$1000 over a 2 year period:
$500 1st year of college

$500 2nd year of college
March 23, 2017

Turn into the Guidance Office
Application available in the Guidance Office
The Stone Bridge Lions Club Award
A graduating Susquehanna Community HS Senior, furthering their education.
  • Student must be in the top half of class
  • Be accepted at a college/university, community college or trade school
  • Submit ESSAY on topic given
Stone Bridge Lions Club
Must be in Guidance Office by:
March 23rd

Applications available in the Guidance Office
Jean Rose Scholarship
To a senior from Susquehanna County planning to study Landscape Design, Horticulture, Environmental Science, Conservation or other similar fields.
  • Complete application
  • Copy of student’s transcript
  • Handwritten note of recommendation from a science teacher
Garden Club of Montrose
Must be in Guidance Office by:
March 23rd

Applications available in the Guidance Office
SusquehannaCounty Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution
"Janet Winemiller Scholarship"
For a high school senior to further his or her education after high school graduation. It is based on character, academic performance and extra-curricular activities.
Complete application form; provide a copy of H.S. transcript – include class rank and class size; 2 letters from people in authority who can attest to your character, integrity, ability, work habits and potential (not a family member); proof of citizenship.

Type ESSAY as per application - No more than 300 words, anything over will be disqualified.
Susquehanna County Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution
Must be in Guidance Office by
March 30, 2017

Application available in the Guidance Office
The Friends of Susquehanna County Volunteer Award
One high school senior from each of Susquehanna County’s six school districts receives a monetary award in recognition of their community service that demonstrates the mission of the Friends of helping residents and organizations of our county.
All qualifying seniors are encouraged to apply for this award regardless of intentions to attend a school of higher learning after graduation.
Complete application:
  • Student Information
  • Volunteer Activities
  • Employment Opportunities
  • Extracurricular Activities
  • Publishing Permission
Friends of Susquehanna County, Inc.
Amount of reward will be based upon community involvement of the student and amount allocated by the Board of Directors
Must be in Guidance Office by:
April 18th
Application available in the Guidance Office
Susquehanna County Conservation District's Scholarship
This scholarship will be awarded to a Susquehanna County high school student pursuing an agricultural or environmental college degree.
  • Attend a Susquehanna County school (public or private) and be a 2017 graduate
  • Be enrolled as a full time student in an environmental or agricultural field
  • Write ESSAY
  • Resume of accomplishments
Susquehanna County Conservation District Committee
DEADLINE to Guidance:
April 25th

Submit entries via e-mail or mail
Application available in the Guidance Office
Northeastern Pennsylvania
Audubon Society
Graduating seniors who will be attending a 2 or 4-year college or university full time and majoring in one of the following areas:
  • Forestry
  • Natural Resources
  • Environmental Planning
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Fish, Game, or Wildlife Management
  • Ecology and/or Environmental Studies
Application on-line
Northeastern Pennsylvania Audubon Society
$4,000 - ($1,000 paid directly to the college in annual installments)
Must be in Guidance Office by April 25th

Guidance Office or at the following link:

Susquehanna County Democratic Award
Award presented to two graduating seniors selected from the 6 high schools in Susquehanna County.

Students should be a Susquehanna County resident and Democratic affiliated.
The award is based on community involvement/volunteer projects; school (extra-curricular) clubs and activities; course content; and individual future endeavors. This will include furthering their education in a 2 or 4 year college program or a technical/apprentice program.
Susquehanna County Democratic Committee
Must be in Guidance Office by:
April 8th
Application available in the Guidance Office
Progressive Dental Annual Community Scholarship
Scholarship awarded to graduating seniors who display a high level of interest in pursuing a college education while remaining dedicated to community initiatives and volunteerism
Students who have displayed community interest as well as exhibit academic excellence and who will be pursuing post secondary education.
Progressive Dental
19th annual scholarship (2017) will recognize 5 local students
Must be in Guidance Office by:April 25th

Application available in the Guidance Office or can be downloaded at website:

Pleasant Valley Grange #1074
The applicant must reside in Wayne County

Preference will be given to fields of study in agriculture or related but not limited to: Forestry, Environmental science, Veterinary medicine, Veterinary Tech, Technology program, Natural gas industry
Applicant must:
  • Reside in Wayne County
  • Currently be enrolled as a senior in high school
  • Complete application
  • Statement Essay
Pleasant Valley Grange #1074
Must be in Guidance Office by:
April 25th

Application available in the Guidance Office

American Legion Post #86

Jeanette B. and Clarence R. Brownell Memorial Scholarship

Burman Collision Automotive Services Award

Canawacta Rod & Gun Club Scholarship

Cronland/Slocum Scholarship -Florence Shelly Preserve

Envirothon Scholarship

Ted and Issobel Gordon Memorial Scholarship

William and Sara Iveson Memorial Scholarship
Any senior going into the secondary trade (nurses aid, teachers aid, construction, electrician, mechanic, etc) Does NOT necessarily need to be going on to college
Must write a brief ESSAY on your future plans on why you have chosen this field of interest.
Family of William and Sara Iveson
Must be in Guidance Office byApril 28, 2017
Application available in the Guidance Office
John and Margaret Karmazin Scholarship
1. The recipient can be furthering his or her education at university, college, technical school, business school or even as an apprentice in a technical or artistic profession. The school must be secular
2. The recipient must have a true desire for higher education in whatever field he or she chooses. The student must have decent grades, good citizenship, and care about education.
3. All Susquehanna Community High School seniors are eligible for the Karmazin Scholarship.
4. Must answer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper, with a cover sheet with your name, address, phone number, and a recent photo of yourself. These applications must be typed.a. List three goals you have set for yourself and briefly describe how you will reach them.
b. Why should you be considered for this scholarship?
c. What do you plan to make your area of study and why:
d. What do you feel is the most important problem facing the world at this time and what, if you had the power to do so, would you like to do about it?
John and Margaret Karmazin
2 - $1000.00
Must be in Guidance Office by
McDonald's Ray A. Kroc Youth Achievement Award

William Mess Award

Monday Club Scholarship

William J. Nagorny Social Studies Award

New Milford Area Rotary Club Service Award

NYS Women, Inc. Scholarship

Parent Involvement Committee Scholarship (PIC)

Denise Reddon Memorial Scholarship

B.J. Rockwell Memorial Scholarship

Frank Roia Memorial Scholarship

Esther L. Ross Memorial Scholarship

Carmel Sirianni Memorial Scholarship
Each applicant must be a:1. FEMALE High School Senior

2. Must be planning to attend a college or university the same year she graduates from high school

3. Susquehanna County Resident

4. Must complete and submit application with any attachments

5. The winning candidate(s) is/are encouraged to attend the Council’s yearly picnic

Compose one (1) paragraph responses to each of the 3 topics as outlined in the application.
Terms of award:1. One or more scholarship of at least $500.00 but no more than $1,000.00 will be awarded to the successful candidate(s)

2. The applications will be reviewed and evaluated by the scholarship committee who will determine which application(s) are most deserving of a scholarship award.

3. The check reflecting the award will be sent directly by the Club's Treasurer to the recipient's college/university upon receipt of the recipient's fall’s semester grades, and any information necessary to complete submission to the school on recipient's behalf.
Susquehanna County Council of Republican Women
2 - $500 OR
1 - $1,000
Must be in Guidance Office by
April 28
Application available in the Guidance Office
Sabers Football Booster Club Award

SCHS Basketball Booster Award

Susquehanna Area Little League Memorial Scholarship(in memory of Donny Ayres)
Susquehanna Community High School Senior Baseball of Softball player
A. SCSD Senior Varsity member of the Baseball or Softball Teams

B. Continue their formal education beyond high school.

C. Have participated in the Tri-Boro/ Susquehanna Area Little League

D. Be active in the Community
Susquehanna Area Little League
Must be in Guidance Office by
April 28, 2017
Application available in the Guidance Office
Susquehanna Co-Ed Softball League

Susquehanna Community Elementary School Scholarship

Susquehanna County Pomona Grange #7

Marty Wood Memorial Leadership Award/Sons of the American Legion

The Cinderella's Closet of NEPA Scholarship
Scholarship awarded to one female or female-identified senior student per year currently attending a high school program within the NEPA counties of Carbon, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, Pike, Susquehanna, Wayne, or Wyoming. Financial need is not a stated criterion, but may be considered in selecting a candidate for the scholarship
Please include with your application:
High School transcript 3.0 or greater GPA)
Documentation of 25 or more volunteer hours at a non-profit organization in Northeastern Pennsylvania
One letter of recommendation
Scranton Area Community Foundation

This award shall be paid to the college or university of the recipient’s choice for education expenses at that college or university
Must be in Guidance Office by:March 27th
Application available in the Guidance Office