Scholarship Opportunities and Financial Aid

2021-2022 Scholarship Opportunities

Please check back periodically throughout the year for updated opportunities.

Other Opportunities, Apprenticeships, Financial Aid Information

Other Opportunities

Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation: Application Opens January 1, 2022

Cleveland Clinic ASPIRE Nurse Scholars Program – For Juniors

U.S. Air Force ROTC Information

Bank of America Student Leaders Internship 

Staging Success Career Fair – Playhouse Square

MedCamp at Northeast Ohio Medical University

The Cleveland Clinic Louis Stokes Internship Program

Cleveland Clinic Virtual Summer Internship Program student guide

Apprenticeships

Cleveland Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Electrical

Cleveland Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Telecommunications

Cleveland Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Program

Telecommunications

Electrical 

Ohio Operating Engineers Apprenticeship and Training Program

The United States Naval Academy Summer Seminar

United States Naval Academy STEM Camp

Cleveland Clinic Civic Education Internship Program

Scholarship Search Engines/Databases

StudentScholarships.org

www.schoolsoup.com

Ohio Universities And Colleges

The Student Loan Report

Tri-C Scholarships

Collegcovered.com

LendEDU Scholarships

Financial Aid Information 

College Affordability Presentation: 2021-2022

FAFSA Priority Deadline Dates OASFAA: 2021-2022

Financing Education Beyond High School

Tips on Finding Scholarships

 

Information from College Now

Ohio Private Schools Cost of Attendance: 2021-2022

Types of Aid and Award Amounts for College Undergraduates

FAFSA: Account Ownership Information

College Board CSS Profile Student Guide 2021-2022

Top Places to Search for College Scholarships

Preparing and Completing the FAFSA

FAFSA Special Circumstances Appeal 2020

FSA ID Worksheet

Past Scholarship Opportunities

2020-2021 School Year

Scholars Reception 

  • Ohio PTA Scholarships
  • West Shore Rotary Club
  • Fairview Park Education Foundation (multiple scholarships)
  • MS/HS PTA Scholarship
  • Fairview Park Women’s Club Scholarship
  • Charles E. Kullik Scholarship
  • Fairview Park Youth Association Scholarship:
  • O’Neill Healthcare Scholarship
  • Class of 1964 Great Expectations Scholarship:
  • Frank and Margie Domiter Rudy Endowment Scholarship Scholarship
  • Fairview Park Education Association (FPEA) Scholarship
  • Don George VIP Scholarship
  • Karen S. Herbst Memorial Scholarship

General Scholarships

From CollegeNow:

  • LendEDU Scholarship: $1000. LendEDU offers a $1,000 scholarship available to high school seniors and current full-time college students. Applicants with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Citizenship is required. Essay topic:How can new and emerging technologies be harnessed to improve the money management skills of our nation’s young adults?”
  • Kim Beneschott Creative Arts Scholarship: $1000. Please tell us a bit about yourself and how you plan to make a positive impact on the world through your artistic pursuits. You are encouraged to include links to any relevant creative work. 500–1000 words. Creative Arts Program (current or prior).
  • “Be Bold” No-Essay Scholarship: $10000. As you join the Bold.org platform, you get the opportunity to showcase your goals, achievements, and drive to scholarship panels via your student profile. The $10,000 “Be Bold” Scholarship is a no-essay scholarship that will be awarded to the applicant with the boldest profile. Furthermore, the scholarship will be unique in that it will favor students who apply earlier—who are bold and seize the day without procrastinating.
  • Exceptional Youth Scholarship: $5000. The Foundation for Global Sports Development seeks to award $5,000 to ten eligible students. It is open to students who have demonstrated remarkable conduct through community service efforts, volunteerism, and mentorship activities. Applicants must be a graduating high school senior, have at least a 3.0 GPA, and be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident.
  • Natalya Beneschott Scholarship for Medical School Students: $1000. Please tell us a bit about yourself and how you plan to make a positive impact on the world through your medical career. 500–1000 words. Pediatrics, Family medicine, Internal medicine, Rheumatology, Neurology, Nephrology, Ob-gyn.
  • Philosophy Scholarship: $1000. Please write an essay that addresses all of the following questions: How will your degree in philosophy prepare for a life after your studies? What do you plan on doing after you graduate? Why are you passionate about philosophy? 500–800 words. Undergraduate, or Graduate in Philosophy major.