Local Scholarship News
The Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site is sponsoring a public speaking contest for high school students in grades 9 through 12 who live in Western New York State.
Using independent research, students are asked examine the life and career of President Roosevelt and write and deliver a 5 minute speech.
Using the theme "Celebrating African-American Leaders in Business — Past, Present and Future", the state of Florida is sponsoring art and essay contests for students in grade K – 12.
The Oregon Workers' Memorial Scholarship is open to a graduating high school senior, undergraduate, or graduate student whose parent has suffered a serious job-related injury or death in the workplace.
The award amount varies each year, depending on the number of applicants and other factors, but the majority of recipients receive $1,000.