May 5th, 2017 Announcements

Senior Honors Night – Thursday May 18th 7PM
Monday May 8th will be the deadline for submitting scholarships and honors to be printed in the Senior Honors Night program.  See Ms. Lindhurst in the Counseling Center if you have questions.
Seniors who did not attend the Senior Meeting to request Final Transcripts, please see Ms. Lindhurst in the Counseling Center.
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2017 Summer School – The last day to turn in Summer School applications at LNE will be Wednesday, May 10th, 3pm.  Summer School open and late registration will take place at Lincoln North Star May 31, June 1, and June 2, 1:00-3:00 PM.  Refer to the LPS Summer School website for more information.
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Why We Need to Talk About 

13 Reasons Why

Your student may have viewed and even had some questions about the most recent Netflix series hit, 13 Reasons Why, based on the popular book by Jay Asher. The series follows a group of high school students as they piece together a story left behind for them by their classmate Hannah Baker, who died by suicide.

While this popular series sheds light on important topics, there are some shortcomings in its execution. Without mention of mental illness, which affects one in five adolescents, and coming dangerously close to romanticizing suicide, this show is missing a crucial opportunity to discuss an issue that is affecting so many teenagers. Additionally, there is no example of successful help-seeking with a theme of silence throughout the story. As Hannah’s classmates struggle with the aftermath of her suicide, there are no scenes highlighting her peers reaching out to talk with their parents, teachers, or coaches despite having a difficult time coping. Without showing how to ask for help, or that treatment and counseling are available, the show is only depicting what not to do without giving an example of what to do.

In addition, there is an unfortunate scene in which Hannah visits a counselor at school and discloses that she has been raped and is struggling. The counselor not only doesn’t offer hope, compassion, or resources, but blames her for the rape and lets her leave while she is clearly distressed. Schools need to be aware that teens are getting this message and make sure students know that their counselors are responsive.

Despite some of its faults, 13 Reasons Why does provide insight into the cultural psyche of the 21st century American teen, and will certainly resonate with viewers. It is a good time to remind students of the messages of hope that you have instilled using the SOS Program and stress that suicide is never the solution. Remind students that there is always something they can do if they are concerned about something someone has said or done in person or online: Acknowledge, Care, Tell (ACT):

  • Acknowledge that they are seeing warning signs and that it is serious
  • Care: show the person your concern
  • Tell a trusted adult

Please let your students know they will find trusted adults at school to talk to who reinforce the ACT message.  Families are also encouraged to contact local and national resources as needed:

  • CenterPointe Crisis Line (Lincoln):  402-475-6695
  • Nebraska Family Helpline:  1-888-866-8660
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255)
  • National Crisis Text Line:   text START to 741741 (text charges from your phone carrier may apply)

The last page of the May 2017 Rocket Messenger, included talking points you can refer to when talking with your student.  Please contact your student’s counselor if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you for your attention to the information included in the message.

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April 18-21 Announcements

9th Graders – Youth Leadership Lincoln

Application Deadline:  May 19, 2017 by 5:00 PM

is now accepting applications from current ninth grade students for the 2017-2018 program. Youth Leadership Lincoln is for high school sophomores who want to strengthen their leadership skills through workshops, community involvement and interaction with community leaders. It is designed to build a network of informed youth who will then engage to improve our community.

Where do I pick up an application?

Ninth grade students in Lincoln/Lancaster County can pick up an application from their school counselors. Students can also download an application form at www.leadershiplincoln.org. Or call Youth Leadership Lincoln at 402-441-4661 to have an application mailed to you.

How can I learn more?

Applicants interested in Youth Leadership Lincoln may attend an informational session to learn more about the program and application process (attendance is not required to submit an application). There are two opportunities to attend:

  1. Monday, May 1, 2017 from 6:00-7:00pm

Eiseley Branch Library Meeting Room (1530 Superior St.)

  1. Wednesday, May 3, 2017 from 6:00-7:00pm

Gere Branch Library Meeting Room (2400 S. 56th St.)

What is the deadline?

The application deadline is Friday, May 19, 2017 by 5:00pm. The application has five components and all components must be submitted by the deadline. Late applications will not be accepted.

q  Youth Application (short answer questions)

q  Family Reference

q  Community Reference

q  School/Principal Approval

q  Parent/Legal Guardian Permission

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The registration deadline for the May 1st, SCC Milford field trip will be April 24th!  Applications are available in the counseling center for students grades 10-12.

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Summer School Registration will take place as follows:
Seniors – Begins April 18th
Juniors – Begins April 24th
Sophomores & Freshmen – Begins May 1st
See your friendly LNE Counselor if you have questions!

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Free AP Prepathon
Taking the AP Bio or APUSH exam?  Join Kaplan for a free AP Prepathon online Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23 from 1-5pm ET to help you get ready for Test Day.  Register today at www.kaptest.com/apprepathon.

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The Registration Deadline for the June 10th ACT Test is Friday, May 5th.  See your counselor if you have questions or are eligible for a test Fee Waiver.
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Recruiters coming to LNE – For Juniors

Sign up in the LNE Counseling Center to meet with these College Reps

4-20-17 Peru State College @ 8:55am

4-25-17 SCC-Milford @ 9:36am

4-25-17 Marines in Commons @ Lunch

4-26-17 Creative Center @ 9:50am

5-4-17 Bellevue University @ 12:20pm

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Rockets! – Heads Up Text Messaging is here!  Sign up to receive LNE Counseling Center text messages about scholarships, opportunities, test dates, deadlines, and important college planning information.  CLICK HERE to join.  Use the JOIN WORDS below for your class.

Rocket Class of 2017 – Join Words are “fine wheel”

Rocket Class of 2018 – Join Words are “happen wide”

Rocket Class of 2019 – Join Words are “much believe”

Rocket Class of 2020 – Join Words are “bus soft” ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Student Opportunities:

Both of these camps are open to ALL high school students!  Students will stay overnight at the Scott Residence Hall on UNO’s south campus and dine at Scott Café.  Fun activities and field trips have been planned for every evening.

The deadline to apply has been extended to May 15th.  Please follow the links below.

Additional information can be found at:

Holland Academy of Excellence: https://pki.nebraska.edu/new/pages/outreach/holland-academy-of-excellence/

Academy of Sustainability:  https://pki.nebraska.edu/new/pages/outreach/academy-of-sustainable-environments-renewable-energy/

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Event Overview

May 25th, 2017 | 2-10 PM EDT

Save time! Save money! Chat live with admissions counselors from a variety of colleges and universities across the nation as you create, or narrow down, your college wish list. Use your computer, tablet, or smartphone to connect directly for information on degree programs, scholarships, campus life, and more.

Why Participate?

This is an exceptional opportunity for any student in grades 9–12 and their parents to virtually visit dozens of college admission representatives from coast-to-coast.

Participating schools include:

 

  • Syracuse University
  • University of California, Davis
  • Fashion Institute of Technology
  • North Carolina State University
  • Gannon University
  • …and many more

 

See participating schools and register now:

NASSPVirtualCollegeFair.com

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Health Career Camp

Applications are due May 1.

When: July 10-14 or July 24-28

Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Where: Bryan College of Health Sciences

Cost: $350

The camp is filled on a first come first serve basis.

To participate students must:

  • Be a high school student age 16 or older
  • Be interested in a health career and enjoy science classes
  • Be able to attend the entire week-long camp
  • Apply by May 1

Questions? Call 402-481-8697

Apply Today
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The Nebraska Governor’s Youth Advisory Council (GYAC) is seeking applications for new members. Students ages 14-19 have the opportunity to meet with the governor and state senators to share ideas. This is an incredible opportunity to be heard and impact Nebraska youth.

Applications are available in the Counseling Center, and are due BEFORE April 28th.

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Bright Lights Summer Learning Adventures – High school students

Application available Starting March 8,2017 at Brightlights.org

Program dates for summer 2017: June 5-9 / June 12-16 / June19-23 / June26-30 / July 10-14

Main Location: Holmes Elementary, 5230 Sumner St., Lincoln (some classes held at additional community sites)

What: A great opportunity for high school students to serve as a Classroom Assistant while earning GOPO hours and other volunteer service hours during the summer.

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SCC Automotive Summer Camp – Students 16 years old and older

Registration Deadline:  May 26, 2017 OR the first 60 applicants

June 9 & 10, 2017 on SCC’s Milford campus – Will give students a glimpse into the exciting career field of Automotive Technology.  This will be strictly a hands-on camp, with a near 3-to-1 student-to-instructor ratio.  Tuition is $29 per participant (non-refundable).  Includes tools, meals, housing, and transportation to a special activity.  Registration forms available in the LNE Counseling Center.

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Juniors – Khan Academy® offers free Official SAT Practice online resources.

Juniors who took the PSAT can link their College Board account with Khan Academy to receive personalized SAT Test Prep.  LINK

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Juniors – Kaplan Practice with a Purpose

By visiting Kaplan’s free online practice resource hub, students can take a free pop quiz, 20-minute workout, and a full proctored practice test to help prepare for upcoming SAT or ACT exams. Students can sign up and take all three if they’d like, and each test or quiz a student signs up for, will help Kaplan Test Prep donate scholarships to students in need.  http://ktp.events/dalaustonio

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2017 Big Red Summer Academic Camps – June 11th-16th

Big Red Summer Academic Camps are residential camps; ALL housing and food will be provided for all participants throughout the duration of the camp. Space is limited and camps will fill on a first come first serve basis. Limited scholarships available.

Camps available include: Culinary Arts, Filmmaking, Entrepreneurship, Engineering, Chickens, Outdoor Nebraska, Veterinary Science, Weather and Climate Science, and Unicameral Youth Legislature.

Visit: bigredcamps.unl.edu for more information

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UNL College of Architecture’s Adventures on the Niobrara River July 23rd-26th, 2017

3 ½ day camp that provides high school students with a unique experience to explore and discover the design profession of Landscape Architecture in the outdoor classroom we call the Niobrara River. Campers will have the opportunity to explore some amazing waterfalls and learn how Landscape Architects have played an important role in the design and management of Nebraska’s parks. After a long day of exploration, students will enjoy fireside meals and camping in the great outdoors-loving nature and learning at its best! Come explore with us!

Apply online at: architecture.unl.edu/workshop/application

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2017 Natural Resource Camp       July 10–14, 2017

The Natural Resource Camp is a great way to gain exposure to the world of natural resources, including fish, plants, wildlife, soils, invertebrates, and water. The camp offers opportunities to gain hands-on experiences in natural resource ecology and management. The camp is intended for high school students, entering grades 9, 10, 11, and 12, who have a strong desire to learn more about the natural world or who have an interest in pursuing a career related to natural resources. Permission of parent or guardian is required.

To learn more visit: https://www.sdstate.edu/natural-resource-management/natural-resource-camp

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Lincoln Electrical Apprenticeships – Seniors

Three apprentice programs are available:

*The Inside Program encompasses all types of electrical work other than outside Lineman work and is a 5-year program.

*The Installer Technician Program involves work on lower voltage systems, such as, data communications, fire alarms, security and fiber optics and is a 3-year program.

*The Construction Wireman/Construction Electrician program is a self-paced program and encompasses the same work processes as the Inside program.

There is currently a shortage of skilled electricians that will continue as the Baby Boomer generation begin to retire.  These apprenticeships are “Earn-While-You-Learn” opportunities, and are located in Lincoln.  Go to the Lincoln Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC) website for further information and application LINK.

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16th annual Latina Summer Academy (LSA) – current 9th and 10th graders

Registration Deadline: June 12th (Space is limited to the first 60 registered students)

A Unique one-week opportunity for Latina girls that will feature activities in art and science. Participants will experience college life by staying in a residence hall for the duration of this experience. College of St. Mary in Omaha.

When: Sunday June 11, 2017 – Friday June 16, 2017

Register online at: CSM.edu/LSA

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4th annual African/African-American  Summer Academy-

Who : Current 9th & 10th graders

Registration Deadline: June 12th (Space is limited to the first 60 registered students)

A Unique one-week opportunity for African/African American girls that will feature activities in art and science. Participants will experience college life by staying in a residence hall for the duration of this experience.  College of St. Mary in Omaha.

When: Sunday July 9, 2017 – Friday July 14, 2017

Register online at: CSM.edu/AASA

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University of Southern California Summer Programs – Grades 10-12

Students seeking an academic challenge this summer are invited to look at the program at USC.

Visit summer.usc.edu for more information.

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Summer at Duke – 2017 Available Now! – Grades 9-12

Use your summer to prepare for college, learn from renowned professors, and experience a truly international program.  Last Summer over 500 high school students spent the month of July at Duke University taking classes, going on excursions, enjoying great residential activities, and making friends from around the world!

Visit the  website to review the 2017 programs dates and details:

If you are currently in Grades 10 or  11, you can take classes with Duke Professors and earn college credit through Summer College.

If you are currently in grades 9 -12, you can enjoy personal enrichment classes with a global perspective through Summer Academy

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Summer at Cornell – Grades 9-11

Cornell University Summer College offers acclaimed precollege programs for motivated high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors.  summercollege.cornell.edu

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University of Alabama Early College – Grades 10-12

Highly motivated students (grades 10-12) uaearlycollege.ua.edu

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The Norden Club of Lincoln Foundation, Inc – Scholarships and Grants-in-Aid

Deadline: May 1, 2017

A $1,000 scholarship or grant-in-aid to be awarded this year in 2017. The Committee will select an applicant who wishes to pursue an educational experience or project pertaining to any of the five Scandinavian countries; Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.

There are a variety of ways in which to pursue this – including but not limited to – classroom courses, study abroad, travel, cultural arts, elderhostels, projects, or Scandinavian study programs.

The proposed experience must further the goals of the Norden Club and the Foundation.

Applicants can be of all ages.

Application can be picked up in  the Counseling Center

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Camp Erin – Grief Support Camp September 22-24, 2017

Application due: August 1 2017

Camp Erin is a FREE three day, overnight bereavement camp for children and teens ages 6 through 17 who have experienced the death of someone significant in their life, such as a parent, sibling, family member or friend.

For more information or to register for Camp Erin please visit their website

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Nursing VITALS Summer Day Camp

Applications will be due on May 1, 2017 and can be found in the Counseling Center

The UNMC College of Nursing-Lincoln Division will be hosting their second annual “Nursing VITALS Summer Day Camp” on Tuesday, June 13 – Wednesday, June 14.

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Scholarship Opportunities:

ScholarshipQuest  website is the place to find all local Nebraska based scholarships.  National and school-based scholarships that are sent to our attention will be updated on this site as we receive notice.

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Raise.me

Raise.me is offering students the chance to earn up to $8,500 for scoring well on the PSAT and $1,000 for simply taking the test from schools like Tulane, Syracuse, University of Dayton and Denver. Raise.me is a free service for students and high schools. Learn more.

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Learn To Dream Scholarship – Seniors

Application must be made prior to graduation in May 2017.

Applications are available in the LNE Counseling Center.

Lincoln Public Schools (LPS) and Southeast Community College (SCC) have entered a partnership with Union Bank & Trust and Nelnet to offer a needs-based scholarship for students to attend Southeast Community College in Beatrice, Lincoln, or Milford. This scholarship, funded by Union Bank and Nelnet, pays tuition and fees for up to 45 quarter credits.  Students who are eligible for the Federal School Lunch Program are eligible to apply.

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Air Force Academy Scholarships – Juniors

Begins March 1, 2017

For more information click HERE.

The Junior year is when the application process to the United States Air Force Academy truly begins. Students will start by filling out the Pre-Candidate Questionnaire, which becomes available online March 1 every year and starts the application process. When a student is ready to begin the application, they can visit the Pre-Candidate Questionnaire online.

Between March 1 of their junior year and December 31 of their senior year, they must also request nominations from their state’s congressional representative(s) or other designated nominators.

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Eastern Star Scholarship

Deadline: April 23, 2016

Myrtle Chapter No. 94, Order of the Eastern Star in Lincoln Nebraska is offering one $500 scholarship. All high school seniors are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Selection will be based on evidence of good citizenship and high moral character as well as scholastic standing and financial need.

***Seniors interested in applying may pick up an application in the counseling center.***

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Asian Community and Cultural Center’s scholarships – Seniors

Applications need to be postmarked by April 30th

We will present multiple $500 scholarships to Asian or Asian-American students who will graduate from a high school in Lincoln this year. Exceptions can be made for students with non-Asiatic roots who have substantially contributed to the Asian Center through volunteer work or have participated in its youth programs.

Application available for pick up in the Counseling Center!

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Consumer Credit Scholarship

Applications Deadline:  April 30th

Credit Professionals International plans to present one (1) scholarship of $500 to high school seniors.  Also, the Lincoln Credit Association will be awarding three (3) scholarships-$250.00, $150.00, $100.00-all from one application.

This nonrenewable scholarship can be used at any two-year or four-year accredited college in the United States.  Please make this scholarship known to all qualified senior students.  The deadline for receiving applications is April 30, 2017.           Click HERE for Application

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Valeant Dermatology Scholarship – Seniors

Applications Deadline:  April 30th

Valeant Dermatology will award nine individual scholarships of up to $10,000 each to students who will be attending undergraduate or graduate education programs during the 2017–2018 school year. The aim of the scholarship program is to recognize students who have been diagnosed and treated for a dermatologic condition and are pursuing their goal of a higher education degree. Learn more.

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2017 Nebraska School Counselor Association Scholarship

Deadline: Entries must be postmarked no later than May 1, 2017

Scholarship competition for any high school senior in support of their post-secondary education.

ELIGIBILITY

✓ Must be a high school senior attending a public or private-secondary school in Nebraska.

✓ Must attend a post-secondary institution during the 2017-2018 school year.

✓ The scholarship will be paid directly to the institution.

FOR APPLICATION PROCEDURE PLEASE PICK UP APPLICATION IN THE COUNSELING CENTER

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2017 Scholarship Application Information

2017 Scholarship Kit – DUE June1st, 2017

Several scholarships of up to $1000 each are now available for the 2017/2018 academic year.

The Omaha chapter of the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP), in partnership with AIM, provides academic scholarships to deserving students who are either planning on attending or continuing to attend a college, university, community college, or technical school in Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, North Dakota, or South Dakota, with the goal of achieving an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in Information Systems, Information Technology, Computer Science, or a related field.

All students pursuing an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in Information Systems, Information Technology, Computer Science, or a related field are invited to apply.  AITP Omaha or Lincoln chapter professional members and their spouses or children, and students who have actively participated in an AIM youth program, are encouraged to apply. Students are eligible for a maximum of two scholarship awards, and no more than one award per academic year.

For more information or to apply CLICK HERE

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Nebraska State College System ADVANTAGE – Seniors

Deadline:  June 1, 2017 – Click HERE for more information

Application Requirements:  Complete the FAFSA.

Eligibility Requirements:  NE Resident, Pell Grant eligible, Attend either Chadron, Peru, or Wayne State College, Incoming freshmen, but the scholarship is renewable if the student meets all other requirements.  Not available for transfer students, and enrolled in at least 12 on-campus credit hours.

Amount of Award:  Varies by institution, Based on cost of tuition less other gift aid, and Up to 16 credit hours/semester.

Renewable:  Contingent upon Pell eligibility, Renewal FAFSA must be completed by June 1.

Number of Awards:  Unlimited

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Abbott & Fenner Business Consultants – Seniors

Scholarship Deadline   –  June 12, 2017.

We will be awarding up to $1,000 to the winner(s) each year.

Application Process:  Students will submit an essay on the topic that appears on the scholarship page of our web site:  http://www.abbottandfenner.com/scholarships.htm

Full details are available on our site.

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2017 JIM HURLBERT MEMORIAL BASEBALL SCHOLARSHIP – Seniors

Deadline:  June 15, 2017

Application HERE.

Up to four scholarships not to exceed $500.00 each will be awarded, as funds are available. At least one scholarship will be awarded from each of the four American Legion Department Membership Areas, as funds are available. Only one candidate will be allowed from each Senior American Legion Baseball Team. Scholarships are awarded for one year only and are nonrenewable. 2. Eligibility is open to Nebraska American Legion Baseball players in their last year of Legion Baseball eligibility and/or graduating senior. 3. Selection of recipients will be made based on the following:

a. ALL questions answered or N/A indicated

b. Financial need

c. Academic achievement

d. School and community involvement

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Robert W. Brightfelt Triangle Fraternity Scholarships

The application deadline for these scholarships is June 15th, 2017.

The ‘Robert W. Brightfelt Triangle Fraternity Scholarships’ consists of four scholarships (one of $2000 and three of $500) which will be awarded to incoming freshmen in the majors of engineering architecture and science. We are looking for students with demonstrated academic excellence, character, community involvement and organizational leadership as selection criteria. All applicants will be contacted to arrange for preferably an in person interview between roughly May 25 and June 25. Alternatively, we may arrange a phone interview. We intend to announce the scholarship recipients in early July. Joining Triangle is not required to receive a scholarship. These scholarships are thru U of N Foundation and will be given as credit to your account with UNL in the fall of 2017. Apply Here for the ROBERT W. BRIGHTFELT TRIANGLE FRATERNITY SCHOLARSHIPS

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Horatio Alger National Career & Technical Scholarship Program

Receive up to $2,500 to pursue a career or technical certificate/degree

Application is now available for students who will be enrolled in a post-secondary program in Fall 2017. First application deadline is June 15.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Have completed high school (or earned a GED)
  • Will be enrolled in eligible program in Fall 2017
  • Exhibit a strong commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical program at an accredited non-profit post-secondary institution in the United States
  • Demonstrated critical financial need (must be eligible to receive the Federal Pell grant as determined by completion of the FAFSA)
  • Demonstrated perseverance in overcoming adversity
  • Be under the age of 30
  • Be a United States citizenFunds may be used for tuition, fees, books and supplies.  All scholarship funds are paid directly to the institution on behalf of the recipient.

    APPLY HERE

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    NEBRASKA DEMOCRATIC WOMEN’S CAUCUS INSPIRING WOMEN SCHOLARSHIP 2017:  In Honor of Lincoln Mayor Helen Boosalis

    Essays must be submitted by July 1, 2017

    Three $500 scholarships will go to women who are active in their communities and progressive politics.  A scholarship will be awarded in each Congressional District.

    Applications are limited to Nebraska Democratic women who are:  1) graduating from high school and will be attending college, or 2) continuing in their higher education.  Applicants are asked to submit an essay of up to 500 words about a female democratic politician or community activist who inspired their own community service and political involvement.

    Applicants must also provide the following information:

    Name

    Address

    High School or College she is currently attending or will attend

    Email address

    Brief Biography and Resume (if you have one)

    Please email your essay and other information to: ndpwomenscaucus@gmail.com .

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