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    • American Dream Scholarship
      The Sallie Mae Fund American Dream Scholarship offers scholarships ranging from $500 to $5,000 to African-American students with financial need enrolled in a two or four year title IV accredited college or university. This scholarship is open to incoming freshmen as well as current undergraduate students.

 

 

    • American Society of Naval Engineers
      The American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) sponsors scholarship program to encourage college students to enter the field of naval engineering.

 

    • Army ROTC Scholarship
      Army ROTC is for college bound leaders. With ROTC you'll find yourself in the company of top students from around the country. Four, three and two year ROTC scholarships are available.

 

    • The Barking Foundation
      A private, non-profit foundation that provides grants for accredited post-secondary education of meritorius State of Maine residents, based on their demonstrated financial need.

 

    • Boulos Family Scholarship
      Established to recognize and show appreciation to the men and women of Maine who served their country in Iraq or Afghanistan during the post-September 11 conflicts.

 

 

 

 

    • John Gyles Education Awards
      The John Gyles Education Awards are available each year to students in both Canada and the United States.

 

    • First in My Family Scholarship Program
      The Sallie Mae Fund developed the First in My Family program in partnership with the Hispanic College Fund, to offer scholarships to Hispanic-American students who are first in their family to attend college.

 

 

    • Lamey-Wellehan
      Aid in the cost of attaining an education for a Maine young person studying at a Maine college or university.

 

 

    • Maine Community Foundation
      The scholarship funds in this section are administered by the Maine Community Foundation for the benefit of Maine residents. Please note that each scholarship has its own application requirements, review process, and application deadline and that many scholarships are limited to residents of specific counties or graduates of specific high schools.

 

 

    • Marine Corps Scholarship
      The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is a non-profit, tax exempt corporation of volunteer men and women dedicated to providing financial assistance in the form of scholarships for higher education to deserving sons and daughters of United States Marines and children of former Marines.

 

    • MES Foundation
      The MES Foundation administers scholarships on behalf of several Maine companies and organizations for Maine students.

 

    • Mitchell Institute
      Mitchell Scholars must be Maine students enrolling in a four-year degree program or a two-year degree program at a college or university, and must be planning to enter their first year of college in the fall.

 

 

 

 

    • 911 Education Fund
      The Sallie Mae 911 Education Fund was created in response to the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001 . The scholarship program is open to children of those who were killed or permanently disabled as a result of the terrorist attacks.

 

 

    • Unmet Need Scholarship
      Sallie Mae Fund's Project Access Program: Students from low-income families can now get additional financial assistance through a new scholarship from The Sallie Mae Fund, a charitable organization funded by Sallie Mae. The Sallie Mae Fund Unmet Need Scholarship Program will supplement financial aid packages for low-income students by providing funds to cover financial need not met through typical financial aid channels, including grants, work-study, loans and other scholarships.

 

    • Seaboard Federal Credit Union
      Seaboard Federal Credit Union is pleased to offer six (6) scholarships worth $1,000 each, to graduating high school students who are Seaboard members.

 

 

 

    • TAPPI Foundation
      Attracting talented young people to future careers in the pulp, paper, and converting industry is the cornerstone to building a highly skilled workforce and a technically advanced industry. This scholarship provides an inviting incentive for students entering their third year of college to pursue an academic path related to this vital work.

 

    • USA Funds
      USA Funds is accepting applications for two scholarship programs to help lower-income students pay for higher education. By completing and submitting one application, students may qualify for both scholarship opportunities.

 

    • United States Coast Guard
      The College Student Pre-Commissioning Initiative (CSPI) is a scholarship program for college sophomores.

 

 

  • Women's Transportation Seminar
    Part of the WTS goal of fostering the development of women in the transportation field can be realized by encouraging bright new professionals to undertake careers in the area of transportation.
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