The Lincoln Community Foundation is pleased to announce that its Scholarship Season opens December 16! Applicants may now access the online application form for the Spring 2020 scholarship awards!
Please use the following link to access the Foundation’s scholarship section: https://lcf.academicworks.com/
The Lincoln Community Foundation administers more than 80 different scholarship funds–many of which are for students who live outside of Lincoln/Lancaster County! We encourage all Nebraska Students to visit the link to research their eligibility. In 2020, over $447,000.00 will be awarded to more than 250 recipients.
Using the link above, students will click Sign Up and create an account on the Blackbaud Award Management platform by supplying their e-mail address as their username and a password. Next, they receive an e-mail asking them to confirm their account. When they do this, they have access to current scholarship information and the online application form. NOTE* Students should NOT attempt to create an account on the Lincoln Community Foundation website www.lcf.org by clicking the “My LCF Login” button.
Based on information provided in the application, when students complete and submit the form, they are automatically applied to Scholarships for which they are fully eligible. These are “Auto-Match” scholarships, so they will not be applying directly to each one. After submitting the application form, students will see these submitted applications on their account’s “My Opportunities” Tab. A transcript and first page of the FAFSA report with the EFC (Expected Family Contribution) are required for all applications.
There are also Scholarships which require additional information beyond the transcript and FAFSA first page. These are not “Auto – Match.” They are labeled “Apply-To Opportunities” and can be seen on the account’s “Recommended Opportunities” tab after the application form is submitted. Please read the information and criteria carefully to determine if you are eligible for these “Apply – To” scholarships. “Recommended” does not mean that you are necessarily eligible. To apply, students must click on these individually to finish and submit. These opportunities may require references, answers to additional questions, special essays or other documentation. When you click on the “Apply To” button of an opportunity you will see additional fields to answer questions, upload documents and fill in the names and addresses of your references. References will automatically receive a link to write a letter of reference directly within the system.
The application deadline for most scholarships is March 15, 2020.
Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies will offer summer programs across a wide variety of disciplines—including arts, business, humanities, math, science, and more—allowing highly motivated students to investigate advanced topics not typically taught in secondary schools. Participants engage in small classes with brilliant instructors and peers who share their passions.
Deadlines for most of the summer programs are in February, with some early round deadlines in January. Admission is selective. Limited financial aid is available.
- Stanford Summer Humanities Institute brings students in grades 10 and 11 together to explore the big questions at the heart of the humanities. Seminars are led by distinguished Stanford professors during this three-week residential program.
- Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes allows students currently in grades 8–11 to apply to a single-subject intensive course selected from a wide range of disciplines, and benefit from small class size and academically themed residences.
- Stanford AI4ALL invites students in 9th grade to apply to this three-week residential summer program. Participants learn about topics in AI, partake in ongoing research at Stanford, and receive mentorship from professors, graduate students, and industry professionals. Young women and students from underrepresented and/or low-income backgrounds are particularly encouraged to apply.
- Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC) students participate in a highly-selective program centered around lectures, guided research, and group problem-solving in advanced math topics. This four-week program is intended for an elite group of talented students in grades 10 and 11.
- Stanford Pre-Collegiate University-Level Online Math and Physics offers 13 courses throughout the year, including a summer term for high school students, grades 9–12. Students earn Stanford University Continuing Studies credit.
For more info, click here.
Nebraska residents, those attending school in Nebraska, or those interested in a career in poultry-based in Nebraska are encouraged to apply for the 2020-2021 Nebraska Poultry Education Scholarship.
A total of four $1,000 scholarships may be awarded for the 2020-2021 academic year. The four scholarships are awarded based on college credit hours completed (0-26 Freshman, 27-52 Sophomore, 53-88 Junior, 89 or more Senior). Read and follow the instructions carefully prior to submitting your application. All winners will be notified no later than February 1, 2020.
If awarded, the scholarship will be awarded directly to the educational institution. Applicants and winners are encouraged to apply each year and can be awarded the scholarship multiple times but not totaling more than $1,000 per academic year. Winners are required to attend the Nebraska Poultry Industries Annual Banquet to be presented the scholarship on February 19, 2020, in Columbus, NE. Non-traditional students are encouraged to apply.
Application Deadline – January 1, 2020
If you are not an eligible student, we encourage you to forward this email along to any high school seniors or current college students in your network that are pursuing a career in the poultry industry. To access the application, click here.