Scholarships of county 'Beaufort' within South Carolina

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Speedwell Foundation Study Abroad Scholarship Program - South Carolina Scholarships

Thanks to the Speedwell Foundation, AFS-USA can provide full scholarships to qualified, academically-strong high school students for an opportunity to broaden their global perspectives. Scholarship eligibility requirements: To be eligible for this competitive, merit-based scholarship, you must: Live in or attend a high school in Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester or Georgetown county 1. Start an AFS-USA application. 2. Email 3. Attend (with your parents) the AFS Path Online Information Session. 4. Upload your scholarship essays. 5. Complete and submit your AFS-USA online application. Complete and submit your AFS-USA online application for a year program, demonstrating a clear interest in intercultural learning. Please review this application checklist to make sure your application is complete. You must upload all the required documents to your online application by the scholarship deadline. To officially submit your application, you must click the "submit" button. Speedwell Scholarship Details No previous language experience is required. A selection committee made up of AFS-USA alumni and volunteers will review applications and essays to determine scholarship recipients. Scholarship application materials submitted after February 16 will not be considered. Essay #1 Why do you want to study abroad with AFS-USA? Essay #2 Describe any activities/clubs in which you have held a position of leadership or have demonstrated leadership skills. What leadership characteristics did you exhibit and what did you achieve or learn? Essay #3 Studying abroad is a wonderfully rewarding experience. But, going to school and living with a host family in another country will be stressful at times and will push you outside your comfort zone. Which strategies will you use to navigate difficult situations while in a different cultural environment? Essay #4 When you go on an AFS exchange, you will learn more about what it means to be a citizen of the world. Discuss how you view the responsibility of an AFS student as an ambassador while abroad and upon return to the United States. Questions? Please contact the AFS-USA scholarships team at 1-800-AFS-INFO or, or your local AFS representative, Kerri Forrest, at 803-814-5930 or

Structual Engineers Association of South Carolina, Hilton Head Chapter

Structural Engineers Association of South Carolina Hilton Head Chapter COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 2013 ADMINISTRATION GUIDELINES I. Student Eligibility Criteria A. The student must be a resident of Allendale, Bamberg, Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton, or Jasper County in South Carolina or Chatham, or Effingham County in Georgia. B. The student may be entering a post secondary education institution as a first or second-year student. C. The student must have been accepted to a post secondary education institution and enroll with the intent to pursue an engineering program. Preference will be given to first year students entering a civil engineering or civil engineering technology program, or sophomore students entering a structural engineering major. D. Second year students must be attending an engineering school in either South Carolina or Georgia. II. SEA of SC Chapter Member Eligibility A. Members and/or member firm employees of the Hilton Head Chapter are eligible for the scholarship. B. Members must be enrolled in a post secondary institution and taking course work toward a degree in structural engineering. III. Scholarship Stipulations A. The student must plan to pursue an engineering program at an accredited institution, with preference given to civil engineering or civil engineering technology programs. B. The student must submit a complete application packet. C. The student must include a copy of the enrollment agreement from the selected engineering program, or a declaration of a structural engineering major in the case of sophomore students. IV. Scholarship Selection Process A. The recipient will be selected by the scholarship committee of the SEA of SC Hilton Head Chapter. B. Selection will be based on the information contained in the student application packet. V. Number and Amount of Scholarship A. A scholarship of $1,500.00 will be awarded for this year. This will be a single year award. VI. Notification of Scholarship Recipients A. Public announcement of the scholarship awards to student recipients shall be made and can include news media coverage, newsletters, and public presentation of scholarship certificates. Submitting an application authorizes the publication of the recipient’s name and/or photograph. Applications and all supporting documents should be sent to: (deadline to receive applications is May 3, 2013) Rick Eckstrom, Scholarship Committee Chair TCL PO Box 1288 Beaufort, SC 29901

H. Lee Atwater Foundation, Inc. - Scholarship

Scholarship award to a student of Okatie, South Carolina, to attend North Central School of Law. Initial approach: Letter