Scholarships of county 'Lorain' within Ohio
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The Community Foundation of Greater Lorain County Scholarship
Giving limited to Huron County and Lorain County, OH, and immediate vicinity.
Helen Steiner Rice Scholarship
The Helen Steiner Rice Scholarship is for students pursuing literary or journalism studies. The scholarship is named in honor of Helen Steiner Rice (1900 - 1981), a native of Lorain County, Ohio and world-renowned author of inspirational verse for major greeting card publishers and other publications. Particular consideration is given to older applicants, especially those who show promise of making a significant contribution to the field of creative, inspirational or motivational writing. Include: ? In your personal statement, describe how your studies will help with your writing. ? Three samples of the following types of creative writing (in any combination). Note: All samples submitted become the property of the Community Foundation of Lorain County and will not be returned to sender. Prose (300 words or less) Article (500 words or less) Poetry (300 words or less) Short story (1,000 words or less) Students interested in literary or journalism studies. Giving primarily in Lorain County, OH.
Richard and Robert Aros Scholarship
Lorain County or Erie County residents pursuing education in the dental field. Average scholarship: $500. Renewable. Giving limited to residents of Lorain or Erie County, OH.
Robert E. Bass Scholarship
For adult learners enrolled at undergraduate level and needing financial assistance. Preference given to those pursuing medical, nursing, or business degrees. Giving primarily in Lorain County, OH.
Chronicle Telegram Scholarship
For students entering 3rd or 4th year of journalism studies. Open to Lorain County and Medina County students.
Mary Ruth Cornwell Calhoun Scholarship
For African American students attending colleges or universities. Giving primarily in Lorain County, OH.
Roy E. Hayes M.D. Memorial Scholarship
College students entering or enrolled in medical school. Include TAX RETURNS for you and your spouse or parents. Average scholarship: $1,000. Renewable. Giving primarily in Lorain County, OH.
James R. Hunt Memorial Scholarship
For full-time undergraduate (sophomore, junior, or senior) or graduate students pursuing a path of providing service to others, by virtue of their major field of study, career plan, or demonstrated service to the community. Minimum 3.0 GPA required. Must be enrolled in a university, community college or trade school in Ohio. Renewable only once. Giving primarily in Lorain County, OH.
Myron and Elinor Kolbe Agricultural Scholarship
For undergraduate Lorain County residents enrolled in a 4-year college, preparing for careers in agriculture, including but not limited to animal science and veterinary medicine. Preference given to students from the Black River, Keystone, and Wellington School Districts.
Mary J. and Paul J. Kopsch Scholarship
For applicants who have already been accepted to medical school (either osteopathic or allopathic). [* Students in six-year programs will only be considered in year 3 and after.] Financial need is considered. Include SAR and TAX RETURNS for you and your spouse or parents. Average scholarship: $2,500. Renewable. Giving primarily in Lorain County, OH.
Lakeland Womans Club Scholarship
Assists male and female students entering second year of 4-year college. Average scholarship: $1,000. Giving primarily in Lorain County, OH.
Vera C. Mast Scholarship
For studies in the ministry. Average scholarship: $500. SAR is not required. Renewable. Giving primarily in Lorain County, OH.
Janet Lowther McMinn & Robert McMinn Scholarship
For graduating seniors of North Ridgeville H.S. who are enrolling as full-time undergraduate students at Lorain County Community College, and pursuing a career in business or education. Academic achievement and financial need is considered. Not renewable. Giving primarily in Lorain County, OH.
Emma C. Miller Scholarship
For undergraduate study. Financial need and academic achievement are considered. Average scholarship: $1,000. Renewable. Giving primarily in Lorain County, OH.
John Nagy Memorial Scholarship
For undergraduate or graduate students pursuing a degree in the areas of Fine Arts or Performing Arts. Renewable. Giving primarily in Lorain County, OH.
Philippine American Association of Lorain County Scholarship
For students of Filipino descent demonstrating academic achievement and active involvement in extracurricular activities. Giving primarily in Lorain County, OH.
Will Ptak Trade and Industry Scholarship
Lorain County residents pursuing studies in the trade and industrial fields, attending college, or technical schools (e.g. building trades, culinary, manufacturing). Financial need is considered. High academic achievement is not required. Preference given to graduates from schools in the city of Lorain. Average scholarship: $1,000. Renewable. Giving primarily in Lorain County, OH.
Gabriel A. Sabga M.D. Memorial Scholarship
For students currently enrolled in medical school. Include SAR and TAX RETURNS. Average scholarship: $1,000. Renewable Giving primarily in Lorain County, OH.
Albert J. Wacker Scholarship
Lorain County residents pursuing a degree in either math or science at undergraduate or graduate level. Academic achievement and financial need considered. Renewable