Scholarships of county 'Montgomery' within Alabama
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Jay Smith ROTC Scholarship
In celebration of his life, Paul and Susan Smith established the Jay Smith ROTC Scholarship and Excellence Fund in 1996 to recognize exemplary Air Force ROTC college cadets. They transferred the endowment to FCEF in 2007. FCEF now manages the fund and annually awards a Jay Smith ROTC Scholarship in the amount of $2,000 to a cadet that distinguishes him or herself through leadership and dedicated service to community and country. Because Jay was such a proponent of recognition programs to honor those who make significant contributions, the Jay Smith Memorial Endowment also supports three Air Force organizations. They receive stipends to sustain their recognition programs at Maxwell AFB and Gunter Annex, Montgomery, Alabama. These organizations are the 42nd Air Base Wing, Air & Space Basic Course (for Air Force Lieutenants), and the former Standard Systems Group where Jay served.
Jackson Family Phoenix Fund Scholarship
Designed to encourage students to pursue degrees in math or the physical, biological or agricultural sciences, this scholarship is available to students in Montgomery and Lowndes counties. Student must attend an Historically Black college or university and major in a non-healthcare science (biology, chemistry, physics, agronomy, horticulture, animal sciences, etc.). Applicant must have a 3.0 GPA, a minimum ACT score of 20, or a minimum SAT score of 1200. Criteria include academic performance, community activities, and financial need. One-page essay should address why applicant in interested in a specific area of science and what contribution applicant wishes to make to society. Interview may be required. High School Transcript;
Essay outlining education and career goals;
Earl P. Andrews, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
Funded in 1989 by Mrs. Olive Andrews in memory of her son, this scholarship is awarded annually to a minority student based on academic achievement and need. Applicant must have a minimum ACT score of 23 (or SAT equivalent) and a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Finalists may have a personal interview with the selection committee. Value of scholarship ranges from $1,500 - $2,000. High School Transcript; Essay outlining education and career goals.
Available to seniors graduating from any Montgomery County High School
Kiwanis Club of Montgomery Scholarship
These renewable scholarships are available to graduates of Montgomery County schools who are attending an accredited college or university. Although there is no minimum ACT or SAT score, students must indicate by their academic performance the ability or motivation to graduate from college. Preference is given to students demonstrating financial need.