Below is a compiled list of scholarship opportunities for graduating seniors. Be sure to check with us for the most recent information, or your guidance counselor, for more financial aid opportunities.
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Collin County Master Gardeners Association
Each year CCMGA offers one $2,000 scholarship to a student interested in the study of horticulture-related fields, and is available to graduating high school seniors who are verifiable Collin County residents.
Texas Elks State Association
The Texas Elks State Association awards a $2,500 scholarship annually to one Texas graduating senior who has earned the Girl Scout Gold Award. The 2018 scholarship must be used at a Texas college, university or trade/vocational school during the 2017-2018 school year.
Society of Women Engineers
The Dallas Section of the Society of Women Engineers offers scholarships to graduating seniors from area high schools who will be majoring in Engineering.
Mavs Scholarship Program, Presented by Century 21 Mike Bowman, Inc.
The Dallas Mavericks, Wesley Matthews and Century 21 Mike Bowman, Inc. have teamed up to present the 7th annual Dallas Mavericks Scholarship Program to Metroplex high school seniors in financial need.
City of Dallas Mayor's Intern Program
For rising high school juniors and seniors. You must attend a Dallas public high school to apply. Please let GSNETX know if a girl is selected - we have other connections to possibly make this program even more robust.
2018 KPMG Future Leaders Program Scholarship
Annually, top female high school seniors from around the country are selected to participate in the KPMG Future Leaders Program and receive a scholarship of $10,000 per year through four years of college. Selected students attend a three-day retreat at Stanford University the summer before their freshman year of college and take part in a yearlong mentoring program, paired with a female leader participating in the KPMG Women’s Leadership Summit. APPLY (Deadline Jan. 31, 2018)
GSNETX, Betty Richardson Scholarship
State Gold Award Scholarship
GSUSA Gold Award Scholarships
External Scholarship Opportunities
- AnnPower Vital Voices Initiative
- Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation
- The Green Home Improvement Scholarship
- National Hispanic Health Foundation Scholarship Program
- National Black Nurses Association, Inc. Scholarship Program
- Tylenol Future Care Scholarship
- The Rover College Scholarship
- Shutterfly Scholars | Computer Science Scholarship
- Toyota Financial Services: Making Life Easier Scholarship
- The National Center for Women and Information Technology, Award for Aspirations in Computing
- GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program
- Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship
- KPMG Future Leaders Program
- College Success Scholarship by Study.com
- State Farm Good Neighbor Scholarship Program
- Nursing Scholarships
- Veterans of Foreign Wars, Scout of the Year
- Ruth Maddox Young Women in STEM
Honors young women ages 16-19 who have an interest in STEM disciplines and combining those interests with community volunteerism, leadership achievements, and advocating for the advancement of women by using STEM skills. This scholarship recognizes long-time Zonta Club of Dallas member Ruth Maddox, the third woman to receive an electrical engineering degree from SMU in 1948. Her career with Dallas Power & Light Company (now TXU) extended for 38 years designing lighting systems for commercial and industrial buildings. The deadline for this award is around April 15th of each year with an award of $1,500 - unique to Zonta Club of Dallas.
- The Mendyka Family Scholarship
This $1,000 annual scholarship is open to any graduating high school senior, or students currently in college/a post high school institution considering careers in K-12 education or as a first responder (i.e. Police, Fire, EMT). This scholarship is made in memory of the teachers, school administrators/staff and children who were killed or wounded during the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy in Newtown, CT on December 14, 2012, and to those first responders who risked their lives to attend to the wounded.