Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation - Miscellaneous Scholarships
This scholarship, in memory of Alice Reding Connell, is offered to graduating seniors in northern Chautauqua County who are pursuing a career in registered nursing.
This award is presented to a graduating Silver Creek High School senior who has excelled in Mathematics and extra-curricular activities, and possesses a positive, friendly disposition.
This scholarship will be awarded to a graduating Dunkirk High School senior who will be pursuing a Registered Nursing degree. Preference is given to students from Northern Chautauqua County enrolled in Jamestown Community College's RN Program.
This scholarship was formed by the friends of Christi Merritt from money raised by them to help her battle cancer. This award is given to a senior graduating from Forestville Central School who has been accepted into an institution of higher learning. Preference will be given to a student who will be seeking a music program or who has been an active member of the Forestville Central School Band program.
This scholarship is awarded to an ESL (English as a Second Language) Student or former ESL Student.
In memory of Dr. Ronald Passafaro, this fund provides scholarship support to students attending Northern Chautauqua Catholic School.
This award was established for graduating students who are pursuing an education in the trades or manufacturing technology.
Established by the Chadwick Bay NYS Women, Inc., this fund awards scholarships annually to students graduating from the Dunkirk and Fredonia school districts
This award is given to local high school seniors who are participating members of St. Anthony's Church.
The Independence Jazz Reunion awards summer music camp scholarships through this fund.
This award is presented to an Amsterdam High School student who is going on to college and has excelled in literary ability, including creative writing.
This award is presented to students in all high schools of Northern Chautauqua County who are enrolled at Cornell University or Syracuse University to study Forestry, and/or Ornithology, and/or environmental related subjects.
This award is presented annually to a well-rounded graduate of Chautauqua Lake Central School who best demonstrates original thinking and a strong love for the study of science.
This award is presented to members, children, or grandchildren of members of the Kosciuszko Polish Home Association. Recipients must be graduates of any high school in Northern Chautauqua County or students in continuing education.
These awards are given to local high school students who are sons, daughters, or legal guardians of employees of the Lake Shore Savings and Loan Association.
This scholarship is awarded annually to an area high school graduate who is or whose family is, a member of Fredonia Methodist Church.
This award is offered to a graduating senior in Northern Chautauqua County.
This fund provides 4-year scholarships, which are awarded in memory of Malcolm C. Reed, former chairman of Dunkirk Radiator.
This award is given to a Silver Creek High School senior who is continuing his/her education. Preference will be given to K Club participants.
This award is presented to two Dunkirk or Fredonia High School students of each gender who have been accepted into college, have shown leadership qualities, and have demonstrated the ability to succeed.
This fund was designed to grant awards to graduating seniors of the following school districts: Brocton, Cassadaga Valley, Chautauqua Lake, Clymer, Maple Grove, Panama, Ripley, Sherman, Southwestern or Westfield. Recipients must be attending a college, university or graduate school full-time. Special consideration is given to students who are handicapped, or are intending to train to work with handicapped persons, or are of high ability but with a financial need.
This award is presented to students who have earned a Bachelor's Degree and have been accepted into an accredited Master's Degree graduate program majoring in school or mental health counseling
This scholarship fund has been established to support members of the Seneca nation with the costs of higher education.
This award is presented to a local area high school student who has participated in the Shorewood Junior Golf program for four years or more and who is attending an institution of higher learning.
This scholarship fund supports high school graduates pursuing an education in special education.
The "Beacon Award of Summit Lodge #219 Free & Accepted Masons" is Scholarship Fund benefiting students from Ripley and Westfield.
Scholarship fund established in memory of Thomas L. Barresi.