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Student Scholarship Info

The Alaska Performance Scholarship offers Alaska public, private and home-school high school graduates the opportunity to earn substantial scholarships to Alaska academic and career/technical postsecondary institutions. Eligible students must meet requirements in curriculum, grade point average, and assessments.

Scholarship applications are available on the web at nickbegichfund.org

Up to five two-year scholarships valued at $12,000 will be awarded.

Please visit website for deadlines and other pertinant information.

Scholarships for minorities.

Please visit website to explore all financial options.

Scholarships available for inventors.

Scholarships available for talented videographers.
Scholarships available for high school seniors and college freshmen whom exhibit scholastic excellence, leadership, merit, integrity, and outstanding character.

1. Healthy Lifestyles Scholarship
This $5000 scholarship is open to students currently enrolled as high school students or first-year college students. To be eligible for this award you must be under 25 years of age and answer both of the essay questions.

2. Dial My Dentist Scholarship Program
This $1000 scholarship is available to students between the ages of 16 and 21.  In the fall of this year (September 2011), the student must be attending College or University full-time.

3. S.S. Scholarship Program
This $1000 scholarship is available to any student that is 21 years or under, as of June 1, 2011.

4. Big Dig Scholarship
This $3000 scholarship is for students who submit an essay that is under 1000 words and are currently in high school or in their first two years of college/university.

5. 2011 ICBC Scholarship (Deadline: June 15, 2011)
This $1000 scholarship is open to students that are between the ages of 17-21 that are residents of the US or Canada.  A student can be enrolled or intending on enrolling in any course of study in the fall semester of 2011.


Thefollowing is a list of websites that encourage students to write an essay for an opportunity to obtain extra funding for college.

The Holocaust Remembrance Project is a national essay contest for high school students designed to encourage and promote the study of the Holocaust. Essays will be accepted until Midnight of April 19, 2012, Holocaust Remembrance Day. Entries received after 12:00 a.m. (EST) will not be accepted.

For 11th and 12th Graders

Last Modified: Dec 19, 2014

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