Scholarships of county 'Dauphin' within Pennsylvania
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Simon and Eva Brenner Student Travel Award
This award was established by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Brownold in memory of Mrs. Brownold’s parents. The award is given to enable a student(s) of HACC Central Pennsylvania’s CommunityCollege to travel either in the United States or abroad for the purpose of personal or educational enrichment and/or for costs associated with participation in a program of International Educationapproved by the College. The maximum amount of the award is $1,500.00, which may be shared by two recipients.CONDITIONS OF ELIGIBILITY:1. Applicant must be a currently enrolled student with a minimum GPA of 2.0;2. Applicant must have completed at 24 credits at HACC;3. Applicant must show evidence of financial need;4. Applicant’s travel and/or educational plans, as outlined on the application form, should be specific and realistic in terms of ability to profit from the experience and in terms of personal financial situation.; and5. Application and two completed recommendation forms (required from two persons, other than family members who can attest to your ability to profit from this travel experience.At least one recommendation should be from a faculty member) must be returned to:HACC Foundation officeM260, One HACC DriveHarrisburg, PA 17110-2999
Joseph L. and Vivian E. Steele Architecture Scholarship Fund
Architecture / final 3 years of 5-year program for Bachelor of Architecture or enrolled in graduate program leading to masters degree.For Dauphin, Cumberland, Perry, Franklin, Lebanon, York, Adams, Fulton, Juniata, Lancaster, Montour, Northumberland or Snyder County students.
Scott A. Gunder, MD, DCMS Presidential Scholarship
Scott A. Gunder, MD, was a person with a vision to return something to the community that had given him so much. Early in his term as the 136th president of the Dauphin County Medical Society, he wanted to establish a scholarship for a deserving medical student. As a clinical assistant professor of medicine, and from his own experience, he knew the tremendous commitment it takes to earn a medical degree—and the high cost.In fulfilling Dr. Gunder's wish, this special scholarship will be awarded annually to one deserving second-year medical student from Penn State College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, where Dr. Gunder taught. A part of Dr. Gunder's spirit of medicine will reside in each future physician who receives this award.Applicants must be residents of Pennsylvania.
Trinity Press International Foundation
Trinity Press International Foundation created the Trinity Prize to recognize and encourage an emerging writer or scholar whose work offers new perspectives on biblical, cultural, ethical, theological or religious issues. The Foundation awards a prize of $10,000 to a writer or scholar whose cross-disciplinary writing has broad applications for a general audience. In addition to receiving the prize, the winning writer will have his or her work published. Eligibility guidelines: Writers and scholars in the early stages of their careers are encouraged to submit their best work. Entrants must have had at least one article published in a learned journal. Professors, journal editors and book reviewers may also nominate manuscripts. How to enter: Interested writers and scholars should submit a book-length manuscript to: Henry Carrigan, Jr. North American Publisher T&T Clark International 4775 Linglestown Rd. Harrisburg, PA 17112 http://www.morehousegroup.com/tpi_prize.htm Writing Contest