Daily Archives: February 2, 2017

Lincoln Community Foundation Scholarships

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The Lincoln Community Foundation administers more than 70 different scholarship funds–many of which are for students who live outside of Lincoln/Lancaster County!  This organization encourages all students from across Nebraska to visit http://www.lcf.org/ to check their eligibility. Below is a partial listing of LCF scholarships available to current seniors. Leonard F. Hartwig Scholarship Smile Out Loud Scholarship Guidelines & Smile… Read more »

MCSF Scholarships for Children of Marines & Navy Corpsmen

MCSF scholarships are for children of Marines and Navy Corpsmen pursuing a post-secondary education at any accredited school—whether that be a career training, trade school, community college, or four-year university.  These are financial need scholarships that are awarded to every eligible applicant. Since 1962, the Scholarship Foundation has provided more than 37,000 need-based scholarships, valued at nearly $100,000,000. The scholarship… Read more »

Pink Bandana Scholarship

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Pink Bandana is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which raises money and awareness about breast cancer for women under the age of 40. Since 2008, the group has raised money through annual fundraisers, and donated over $145,000 to families battling breast cancer. The members of Pink Bandana have worked to extend help to students whose lives have been affected, as well…. Read more »

Lincoln Public Schools Association of Office Professionals Scholarship

The Lincoln Public Schools Association of Office Professionals (LPSAOP) offers a scholarship to any LPS high school senior or graduate interested in furthering their post-secondary education. Applicants must be planning on attending an institution of higher learning in the State of Nebraska. For more information, please click here to review the LPSAOP Scholarship Cover Letter 2017 or clicking here to… Read more »