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Scholarships for Students who Received Foster Care

Students who Received Foster Care

Many scholarship providers award aid for what they refer to as "unique" situations. These include circumstances like single parent, orphan or foster care recipient, which means there are various forster care recipient scholarships in the scholarship pool.

Foster care recipient scholarships are typically awarded from schools or small organizations like the Darnall GU Scholarship at Georgetown University or the Dean Irma Voigt Sesquicentennial Scholarship at Ohio University.

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Largest Scholarships for Students who Received Foster Care

Name Amount Deadline
Foster Child Grant Program $6000 Varies
Kreager Family Scholarship $2500 March 31, 2015
George Parker Memorial Scholarship $2000 Varies
George E. Allen Academic Scholarship Program $1500 March 01, 2015
James Howard Farris Scholarship $500 Varies
Welfare Service League Scholarship - IUPUI $500 March 15, 2015
Glick-Zedak Scholarship $1000 March 31, 2015
William Mariano Memorial EOPS Scholarship $500 January 31, 2015
Gordon and Vernie Nethercut Family and Child Services Scholarship $500 March 23, 2015
Frank T. Kwocka Memorial Scholarship $500 January 31, 2015

New Scholarships for Students who Received Foster Care

Name Amount Deadline
George Parker Memorial Scholarship $2000 Varies
James Howard Farris Scholarship $500 Varies
Bill and Francis Partridge Endowed Scholarship Varies March 01, 2015
Darnall GU Scholarship Varies Varies
Gene and Susie Bates Scholarship Varies March 01, 2015
Jack Pollock Scholarship Varies Varies
Rotary Club of Ft. Lauderdale South Scholarship - BCC Varies Varies
Bailey Family Endowed Scholarship Varies Varies
Children's Opportunity Group Scholarship - BCC Varies Varies
Peter Michael Ritzko Memorial Award Varies Varies