Scholarships of county 'Bexar' within Texas
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Bexar County Master Gardener Scholarship
Scholarship for students at a Texas University, sophomore level or above, with a declared major in Horticulture, Landscape Architect, Turf Grass Management or related degree
Ajay Castro Scholarship for Re-entering Women
For U.S. citizens who: - Are female - Major in communications - Are a re-entering student after a minimum of a 3-year lapse - Will attend college in Bexar County An essay is required. Nominator: Castro Scholarship Committee of Association of Women in Communications
W.B. Daugherty Scholarship
For U.S. citizens, who may attend a college or university of their choice. - Resident of Bexar County, Texas - To pursue degree in Journalism - Extraordinarily talented - Financial need (One award to editor-in-chief of San Antonio College student newspaper.) Nominator: Daugherty Scholarship Committee
San Antonio Area Foundation Scholarship
Giving limited to Bexar County, TX, and surrounding counties, except when otherwise specified by donor.
Estelle Beaumont Ellison Scholarship Fund
The Ellison Fund provides assistance to persons canonically resident in the Diocese of West Texas who enroll in an accredited seminary of the Episcopal Church. The average award amount ranges from $500 to $2,500 and awards are renewable annually. Christ Episcopal Church Scholarship Committee 510 Belknap San Antonio, TX 78212
The Colburn-Pledge Music Scholarship Foundation
Scholarship awards to students with financial need studying a string instrument at a nationally recognized music school, college or university, or studying with a nationally recognized music teacher, with the intent of becoming a professional musician. Application form required. Application address: c/o Cleo Aufderhaar 6322 Corn Planter San Antonio, TX, 78238 tel.: (210) 684-0615 Limited to residents of Texas.
Schedulers & Dispatchers Scholarship
The NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Committee is dedicated to promoting education and training as a means for individuals to increase the professionalism of their positions. To further this objective, NBAA created the Schedulers & Dispatchers Scholarship Fund in conjunction with several sponsors, each donating $5,000: ExxonMobil Aviation and the Avitats, Signature Flight Support, Universal Weather and Aviation Inc., Chevron Global Aviation, Air BP Aviation Services, Jeppesen DataPlan, AC-U-KWIK and Jet Aviation FBO & Charter Sales.Scholarship recipients will be announced at the NBAA Annual Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference, which will be held in San Antonio, TX. Funds may be awarded for amounts up to $10,000 per applicant. The scholarship will be redeemable under the conditions established by NBAA and its sponsors. Scholarship recipients must complete all professional/educational training by February 1, 2012, or risk forfeit of the award. NBAA scholarship applicants are limited to receiving one award per person, per year.A completed application package, which includes application form, one essay, one resume and two letters of recommendation, must be received by NBAA no later than October 30, to be considered for the scholarship. See application for full details.Direct all questions about this application to NBAA at (202) 783-9250 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mark Tetalman Memorial Award
Description Established by the family and friends of Dr. Tetalman, and funded by the Education and Research Foundation for SNM, this award honors the research accomplishments of a young investigator who is pursuing a career in nuclear medicine. Dr. Tetalman was a highly respected and productive clinician, researcher, and member of the Society of Nuclear Medicine before his tragic death as a young man. A $5,000 award check and plaque will be presented at the SNM Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. This award is offered every other year. Requirements: Nominees must exemplify outstanding achievement in basic science applied to nuclear medicine. Applicants must be 36 years of age or younger as of July 1, 2011 and no more than 7 years from having obtained certification in nuclear medicine or nuclear radiology, or in completing a PhD program. Applicants may be nominated by a member of SNM or apply themselves. Along with this brief online application completed in entirety, required nomination materials include: • Current curriculum vitae • A maximum of four (4) letters of recommendation, two (2) of which must come from the applicant’s institution. At least one of the recommendation letters must be from a SNM member. • A maximum of three (3) manuscripts and/or abstracts of grant applications submitted or funded describing the applicant/nominee’s research efforts. • A letter (2 pages maximum) from the candidate stating why he or she is qualified for this award.