1 American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences - Connecticut Affiliate Mrs. Shirley Randazzo 47 Hayes Avenue Ellington, CT ext. 246 Amount: $1000 Deadline: March 15th (received) Criteria: Any high school senior who plans to major in a Family and Consumer Sciences field at a two or four year school of higher education.complete application requirements. American Committee on Italian Migration Greater New Haven Women's Division Mrs. Norma Barbieri - Chairperson Committee 19 Gerald Street East Haven, CT 6512 Deadline: June 15th (received) Criteria: Offered to students in the New Haven area who are of Italian descent (maternal and/or paternal lineage).worthy candidates are determined by the guidance department, but the scholarship committee will determine the recipient.interested students should contact their guidance counselor for more information. American Fire Sprinkler Association David K. Thompson c/o Allstate Fire Sprinkler, Inc. PO Box 2350 Hartford, CT 6146 (860) Amount: $1,000 plus entrance to National Competition Deadline: March 15th (postmarked) Criteria: Students must be enrolled no later than the fall of 2007 in a full-time course of technical study at an accredited 2 or 4 year college, university, or vocational-technical school.complete application form and submit a written essay of words with bibliography. Recommendation needed as well.essay topic "Write about a successful fire sprinkler activation in your town, area, or state". American Legion Auxiliary s Grant Applications Julia A. Carney, Unit President 260 West Lake Avenue Guilford, CT (203) Deadline: April 1st (received) Criteria: A $500 grant made in honor of all deceased American Legion Auxiliary members.application can be downloaded online at under officers, then Auxiliary.Essay may be required. Associated General Contractors of Connecticut AGC/CT Education Committee AGC of Connecticut 912 Silas Dean Highway Wethersfield, CT 6109 (860) (860) Amount: $5,000 over 2 years. Deadline: March 31st (postmarked) Criteria: Open to high school seniors who will be entering a 4 year building technology or civil engineering program as a freshman, or entering a two-year technical school with a construction course of study,with the intent of entering a four-year college upon completion of the technical school. Association of Retired Teachers of Conn., Inc. Glenn Moon Fund, Inc. Mrs. Ruby Schrimmer 6 Tudor Court West Old Saybrook, CT Amount: $2,000 per yr for 4 yrs and one time Deadline: March 31st (postmarked) Criteria: All graduates of Connecticut High Schools in 2007, public and private, are eligible, provided it is their serious intention to pursue a career in teaching in public or private schools, hopefully in Connecticut.
2 Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America New England Chapter 109 Highland Ave Needham, MA 2494 (877)2-ASTHMA (781) Amount: Deadline: February 15th (postmarked) Criteria: Eligible applicants must be high school seniors living in New England with asthma or significant allergies who plan to begin higher education after high school.award based on academics and extra-curricular activities. Complete application. Essay required. Application available online at Big Sun Deadline: June 27th Criteria: The Big Sun organization is offering an annual scholarship to student athletes regardless of what sport they are participating in. Apply online at CASIA-CT Alarm & Systems Integrators Assoc. Pat Shea Remes - Executive Director P.O. Box 7230 Wilton, CT Amount: $3500 to $6500 Deadline: March 6th Criteria: Eligible students must have a father, mother or natural guardian who is a full time employee of the Connecticut Police or Fire Communities. Volunteer fire departments are recognized. Students must also be accepted for admission to an accredited college Connecticut Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Jodie Hellmann - Chairperson 376 Old Woodbury Road Southbury, CT 6488 (203) Deadline: April 1st (received) Criteria: This scholarship is for any graduating high school senior who plans on attending a Connecticut collegiate institution and plans to engage in the professional studies of health, physical education, recreation or dance.student must complete application and include necessary attachments with application. Connecticut Association of Women Police Committee PO Box 1653 Hartford, CT Amount: To be determined. Deadline: April 30th (postmarked) Criteria: The scholarship is being offered to a student (male or female) who plans to pursue a degree in Criminal Justice.Submit completed application. Connecticut Children's Medical Center Jean Boza, Development Programs Officer 282 Washington Street Hartford, CT Amount: $5,000 Deadline: March 31st (postmarked) Criteria: The Isidore Wise Awards Program is now accepting applications. This year, they will be awarding three grants of $5,000each to individuals attending an accredited postsecondary undergraduate institution in the fall. The scholarship is being
3 Connecticut Education Foundation, Inc. & $1,000 Deadline: May 1st Criteria: Two scholarships are being offered, one for a student entering the Teaching profession and one for Minority High School students. Applications are available in the Guidance Office. Connecticut Nurserymen's Foundation, Inc. The Connecticut Nurserymen's Foundation, Inc. 131 Hollister St. Manchester, CT Amount: $5,000 per year/ attending UCONN $7,500 per year (2 or 4 year school) Deadline: March 16th (received) Criteria: Applicant must be accepted in a course of study beneficial to the horticulture industry; including but not limited to, Ornamental Horticulture, Landscaping, Nursery Management and Greenhouse Management.Selection will also be based on academic achievement, financial need, extra-curricular and community activity. Student awarded grant must maintain a GPA of B.The SAR (Student Aid Report) and Financial Aid award letter must be forwarded with application. Connecticut Society for Respiratory Care Sue Albino CTSRC President 41 Laurie Place Waterbury, CT 6704 (860) Amount: $1,000 Deadline: May 1st (postmarked) Criteria: Students graduating from high school who will be entering a Connecticut Respiratory Care Program in September 2009 are eligible to apply. Connecticut Sun Foundation Bright Horizons Tina James Community Relations Mgr One Mohegan Sun Boulevard Uncasville, CT Amount: $10,000 over 4 years Deadline: May 30th Criteria: Students must attend a college or university in Connecticut, have a minimum 1010 SAT or 21 ACT score and have a GPA of 3.0 or above. An essay is required. Connecticut TESOL Education Sue Goldstein Committee Chairperson 42 Crosswinds Drive Noank, CT 6340 Amount: $1000 & $1,000 Deadline: May 20th (received) Criteria: The $1,000 scholarship is available to a high school senior presently or previously enrolled in ESOL or bilingual education classes, who is planning to attend a 4-year college in the fall.the $1,000 scholarship is available to a graduating high school senior planning to attend a community college in the fall. Connecticut Women's Bowling Association Annie Gallant 55 Edwardsen Street Danielson, CT 6239 (860) x137 Deadline: March 15th (postmarked) Criteria: Must be son, daughter, granddaughter, or grandson of a currently sanctioned member of the CT Women's Bowling Assoc entering an institution of higher learning in the summer or fall.top five candidates will be interviewed.
4 Connex Credit Union Melissa O'Connor Committee P.O. Box 477 North Haven, CT (203) Amount: $500 Deadline: June 1st (received) Criteria: The scholarship is available to Connex Credit Union members who will be attending college next fall. CSUSF - Pratt and Whitney Science and Technology Paula Kennedy Associate Director of Admissions - SCSU 501 Crescent Street New Haven, CT 6515 (860) (860) Amount: $1,000 (non-renewable) Deadline: April 30th (received) Criteria: Accepted at SCSU for Fall Student in good academic standing with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Financial need must be demonstrated.student must have demonstrated an interest and/or an excellence in science or technology. See application for details. CSUSF - T. Clark Hull Public Service Melissa Stephens Department of Financial Aid - WCSU 181 White Street Danbury, CT 6810 (860) (860) Amount: $500 (non-renewable) Deadline: April 30th (received) Criteria: Accepted at WCSU for Fall Student in good academic standing that has demonstrated leadership or volunteer commitment to school and/or community.must have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Financial need must be demonstrated.see application for details CSUSF - Ted Martocchio (Building and Trades Union) Susan Matterazzo Connecticut State University System Foundation 39 Woodland Street Hartford, CT 6105 (860) (860) Amount: $1,000 (non-renewable) Deadline: April 30th Criteria: Open to seniors who are residents of CT and have been accepted to any university in the CSU System for the Fall of Student must have at least a 2.75 GPA.Student must be the child of a member of the CT State Building and Trades Union.Financial need must be demonstrated. See application for details. Dennis Malone Memorial Gerard G. Toner, Chairman, C.P.A. Committee 26 Ridge Road Simsbury, CT 6070 Amount: Up to $1,000 Deadline: April 18th (received) Criteria: award is open to high school graduating seniors planning to attend an accredited four year college and pursue a career in park management, forestry, horticulture, agronomy, or a closely related field.selection for the award is based on financial need, academic achievement, and involvement in activities related to the intended course of study.complete application available at under "Announcements". Disabled Worker Committee Matthew Shafner - Chairman Disabled Workers' Committee c/o Box 929 Groton, CT 6340 (860) (860) Amount: $10,000 over 4 years Deadline: March 15th (received) Criteria: The scholarship is a fund to assist a high school senior who is the child of a worker totally disabled in the work place.it will be awarded to the student who demonstrates both academic excellence and the financial need to go on to college.
5 Dunkin' Donuts Franchisee Program - CT Janice Grecco c/o CAS 30 Realty Drive Cheshire, CT 6410 (203) Amount: $1,000 Deadline: April 1st (postmarked) Criteria: The scholarship is open to all high school seniors who plan to enroll in a college degree program. Student must also be a resident of CT.Candidates should exemplify traits of a "wellrounded" person: positive academic record, demonstrated leadership, commitment to school and community, and experience in a work environment. Apply online only at GLSEN - CT c/o Patricia Nicolari 12 Harbour Close New Haven, CT 6519 (203) Amount: $500 Deadline: April 10th (postmarked) Criteria: At least two scholarships in the amount of $500 will be awarded to high school students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, who have worked within their school to assure that an affirming atmosphere,in which all students have equal opportunity to reach full potential, exists within that school. Students must be attending an eligible secondary or post secondary institution next year.eligible schools are G.E.D. programs, Trade schools or Technical Institutes and Colleges or Universities. Guilford Rotary Club Memorial Educational Fund, Inc. Treasurer, Guilford Rotary Club Memorial Educational Fund, Inc Boston Post Road Unit 10C Amount: Non-Interest Loan(s) Deadline: May 1st Criteria: The Guilford Rotary Club offers non-interest loans to students to be paid off after graduation. In addition to this student(s) will be chosen from the pool of applicants to receive the $1,000 Edwin Bartlett.The decision is not based on need but is considered. Students must have a strong involvement in the community.a personal interview, references and essay required. Can reapply every year. George C. Terpenning Memorial Conservation Mr. Stephen Butcher TU/GCT Committee 260 Highmeadow Lane Middletown, CT 6457 (860) Deadline: March 31st (postmarked) Criteria: Being offered to high school seniors of the shoreline communities who have been accepted into an accredited program of higher education in the conservation sciences.these include the environmental branches of biology, and the physical sciences, forestry, wildlife and fisheries management, law enforcement,outdoor recreation and education, marine biology, etc. Submit completed application. Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce - Small Business Division Janet Testa, c/o SBD Fund The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce 900 Chapel Street, 10th Floor New Haven, CT (203) (203) Deadline: May 15th (received) Criteria: Offered to a graduating senior continuing their education in a business or business related curriculum in an accredited, licensed or certified institution.student must have a "B" or better average.essay on specified topic required. Guilford Sportsmen's Association - Conservation Sciences Ken Bird 330 Candlewood Hill Road Higganum, CT 6441 (860) hm; (860) wk Amount: $1,000 or $500 Deadline: April 30th Criteria: Open to any student from Guilford High School or any dependent of a member of the Guilford Sportsmen's Association who has been accepted into an accredited program of higher education in the conservation sciences.environmental branches of the biological, physical and social sciences, forestry, wild life management, recreational services, etc.)
6 Guilford Volunteer Fire Department Joe Nugent Attn: Committee 390 Church Street (203) (203) Amount: To be determined. Deadline: May 15th (received) Criteria: Submission of application, essay and academic information. Humane Society of the US SHAW-WORTH Memorial New England Regional Office P.O. Box 619 Jacksonville, VT 5342 (802) Amount: $2,000 Deadline: March 14th (postmarked) Criteria: Applicants need only be a member of the class of A humane attitude, understanding of humane ethics and past performance on behalf of animals are essential.there is no standardized application form to complete. Applications should be written in letter form.see information sheet for complete details. James L. and Genevieve H. Goodwin Memorial s James L. Goodwin Memorial Connecticut Forest and Park Association 16 Meriden Road Rockfall, CT (860) (860) to $5,000 Deadline: April 1st (postmarked) Criteria: Resident of Connecticut enrolled in post secondary curriculum of silviculture or forest resource management.based on financial need.submission of essay required. John S. Martinez Funds, Inc. P.O. Box 7895 New Haven, CT 6519 Amount: Deadline: March 28th (received) Criteria: Students enrolled in a full time degree program ( undergraduate only) at a college or university for the academic year commencing in the year in which the scholarship is granted. A 500 word essay is required. Application available in the Guidance Office Junior League of Greater New Haven Junior League of Greater New Haven Voluntarism 703 Whitney Avenue New Haven, CT 6511 (203) Amount: $500 Deadline: May 1st (received) Criteria: This scholarship is available to any female who is a full time student in the Greater New Haven area.eligible students must be active volunteers in their community.see application for additional details Juvenile Arthritis College s Arthritis Foundation 35 Cold Spring Road, Suite 411 Rocky Hill, CT 6067 (800) (860) Deadline: April 11th(received) Criteria: Applicants must be high school seniors who are residents of Connecticut or Rhode Island, and who have been accepted or applied to an accredited post-secondary institution.student must have been diagnosed with juvenile arthritis or other rheumatic disease. Decision based on academic standing, financial need and demonstrated citizenship and motivation.copies of applications available by mail, or fax.
7 Kline Family Community Service Kline c/o Diana, Conti & Tunila, LLP 1091 Main Street Manchester, CT Amount: at least $250 Deadline: May 15th (received) Criteria: The scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior from an accredited high school in CT who has also been accepted and will attend UCONN.Student must submit an application and demonstrate a record of community service. Leete's Island Garden Club Phyllis Lynch Committee 47 Chimney Corner Circle Deadline: April 20th (received) Criteria: Given to a senior who will pursue studies in the field of Environmental Studies, Soil Science, Horticulture, Landscaping or Botany at an accredited two or four year college. is renewable.applicants must have a Profiles Needs Analysis sent to the GHS Committee. Legal Professionals of Connecticut Laura A. Burich Chairman P.O. Box 364 Deadline: March 30th (received) Criteria: Offered to a high school student who will attend any continuing education institute in any legal fields.award based on scholastic achievement and financial need. Menunkatuck Audubon Society Connie Mortensen Menunkatuck Audubon Society - Committee PO Box 214 (203) Deadline: February 28th Criteria: The scholarship committee will select an applicant who plans to major in Biology, Environmental Studies, Forestry, Marine Science or another field related to the environment.the applicant should demonstrate both high academic achievement and a record of community service projects. Michaels Jewelers Foundation Inc. University of Connecticut Student Financial Aid Services 233 Glenbrook Road, U-4116, Storrs, CT (203) Amount: $8,000 over 4 years Deadline: April 15th Criteria: Offered to 2 high school seniors who are student/athletes and are intending to enter the School of Business Administration at the University of Connecticut.Students must meet requirements each year for continued eligibility.submit scholarship application. Midd-Shore Association of Realtors Patricia E. Boyle 222 Old Boston Post Road Old Saybrook, CT 6475 (860) (860) Deadline: June 1st (received) Criteria: This scholarship is being offered to any child or grandchild of a Realtor who is a member of the Midd-Shore Association of Realtors.
8 Milton Fisher Dottie Weston-Murphy c/o Community Foundation of Greater New Haven 70 Audubon Street New Haven, CT 6510 (203) x247 (203) to $5,000 Deadline: March 31st (postmarked) Criteria: Applicants must be planning on attending a Connecticut educational institution and be entering an undergraduate degree program by the following spring. This scholarship is offered to juniors and seniors who are exceptionally innovative and creative. Dow Munger Fund J. Thomas Brennan 4 Brushy Plains Road Branford, CT Amount: $4,000 Deadline: June 9:00 am Criteria: Open to students who have been residents of Guilford, Madison, Clinton for the four years immediately preceding their graduation from high school.only students attending a college or university in CT are eligible for this scholarship.application can only be downloaded from the website.(http://www.munger.org) Include FAFSA information with application. Mutual Security Credit Union Member Relations Committee - Attn: Marketing 6580 Main Street, Suite 101 Ryders Landing Stratford, CT Amount: $1,000 Deadline: April 30th (received) Criteria: Six high school seniors will be awarded $1,000 who are in good academic standing, have demonstrated financial need and have given selflessly of themselves to improve the overall state of affairs in their community. Students and/or parents must be a curre National Council of Jewish Women Mrs. Friedman - Greater New Haven Section Emma Kohn Podoloff Contact: Lydia Bornick for application Deadline: April 1st Criteria: Offered to a Jewish high school senior with an academic average of "B" or better.any interested student who fits criteria should contact Mrs. Friedman for an application. New Haven County Farm Bureau 900 Northrop Road Wallingford, CT 6492 Deadline: May 31st Criteria: Applicants must be members or immediate family of New Haven county Farm Bureau members.the applicant must also major in agriculture or related sciences. New Haven County Retired Teachers Association - (NHCRTA) Laurence B. Tiven 403 Wildwood Drive Orange, CT 6477 Amount: $750 Deadline: March 31st (received) Criteria: This scholarship is available to a 2007 graduate of a public, private or parochial high school who seriously intends to pursue a career in education.
9 New Haven County Sheriff's Association Committee c/o Sheriff Frank J. Kinney PO Box 1828 New Haven, CT 6510 Amount: $1,000 Deadline: May 20th (postmarked) Criteria: Must be a resident of New Haven County.Complete application and return all information to the committee. New Haven County Tax Collectors' Association Pat Crisco, CCMC, President New Haven Tax Collectors' Association 11 Meetinghouse Lane Woodbridge, CT 6525 (203) Amount: Deadline: March 1st(received) Criteria: Applicants must be residents of New Haven County, a senior in High School in good standing, planning to continue their education at a College, University or Trade School. Applicants must write a one page essay on the topic of "How Municipal Property Taxe Northrop Grumman Norden Systems Fran DiMeglio Manager- Communication 10 Norden Place Norwalk, CT Amount: $10,000 Deadline: April 30th (received) Criteria: This scholarship competition is available to high school students who will be entering college to pursue a degree in Engineering. Oncology Nursing Society - Central CT Chapter Paula Mazzara, RN Midstate Medical Center Radiation Oncology Dept; 435 Lewis Avenue Meriden, CT 6451 (203) Deadline: May 1st (received) Criteria: Candidate must be a senior who has been accepted by an accredited School of Nursing. Phi Delta Kappa Geralyn Nelson 4700 Durham Road Deadline: April 18th Criteria: Applicants must be majoring in, or planning to major in, education Quota International of New Haven Jane Massey 133 Shagbark Drive Derby, CT 6418 Deadline: April 30th (received) Criteria: Applicant must be a hearing impaired student or a student planning a career of service to the hearing impaired.other areas of study eligible for the scholarship include education of the mentally or physically disabled and service to disadvantaged women and children.
10 Richard S. Dart Memorial Arts Diana Dart Harris R.S. Dart Fund 128 Union St Amount: $750 Deadline: April 24th (postmarked) Criteria: This scholarship is available to a graduating high school senior who intends to pursue an education in the arts. (music, drama, dance or visual art)see application for additional information and requirements. Roberts Food Center Bob Fusco Sr. 514 Old Toll Road - Route 80 Madison, CT 6443 (203) Deadline: April 25th (received) Criteria: All senior employee's graduating this year and planning on attending a two or four year college are eligible to apply. Amount: Deadline: Criteria: Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of CT College s Fund Lois Johnson - Chairman 10 Holly Lane Wallingford, CT Deadline: March 1st Criteria: Applicant must be a senior planning to attend a college or university.academic achievement, extra-curricular involvement, community service and financial need will be considered. Society of Women Engineers Selection Committee Selection Committee 230 East Ohio Street, Suite 400 Chicago, IL (203) Amount: unknown Deadline: Application available March 15th online Criteria: This scholarship is available to female students who will be graduating this June and entering an engineering college this fall.more information and a downloadable application can be found at St George's Knights of Columbus Grand Knight South Union Street Deadline: May 1st Criteria: Offered to a senior furthering his/her education at an accredited school or college.
11 UCONN Alumni Association (Greater New Haven Chapter) Anne Varrone-Lederle 8 Montowese Trail 25 Hammock Point Wallingford, CT 6492 Deadline: May 9th Criteria: This scholarship is available to a prospective UCONN student planning to enroll at the University in September.Criterion for selection includes previous academic and personal achievements, statement of goals and financial need. See application for more details. Watershed Fund c/o Claire C. Bennitt Regional Water Authority 90 Sargent Drive New Haven, CT 6511 (203) ; or (203) (203) Amount: To be determined Deadline: April 9th(received) Criteria: Selection of recipients for this scholarship is based on demonstrated academic ability, concern for school and community,life experience, teacher/advisor recommendation and financial need. Westbrook Emblem Club #535 Joan C. Weldon, Scholastic Award Chairman Westbrook Emblem Club #535 7 Allendale Road Old Saybrook, CT 6475 (860) Amount: $1,500 Deadline: May 1st Criteria: The scholastic award will be awarded to a student entering any institution of higher learning, post high school.complete application requirements. YMCA/Robert D. Pryde Sean Doherty Hamden/North Haven YMCA 1605 Sherman Avenue Hamden, CT 6514 (203) (203) Amount: Varies from $500 to $1,000 Deadline: April 10th (received) Criteria: This scholarship is offered to any young man or woman in the New Haven County who has been accepted at an accredited 4- year college.student must have demonstrated leadership, character and ability. Financial need is a criteria. Amount: Deadline: Criteria: Amount: Deadline: Criteria:
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