Three new scholarships for Delaware students with fast-approaching deadlines!

Delaware State Federation of Women’s Clubs Scholarship Funds

Deadline: April 1, 2017
Eligibility: Student must have completed high school study at a Delaware school and exhibit strong academic record, leadership achievement and financial need.
Award: Open
Contact: Application available online at www.gfwcdelaware.org/Projects/Scholarships
Cindy Angermeier
GFWC DSFWC Women’s Clubs
860 Voshells Mill Star Hill Road
Dover, DE 19901
Gus Archie Memorial Scholarship Program
Deadline: April 15, 2017

Eligibility: The Gus Archie Memorial Scholarship is supported by the Archie Fund of the Society of Petroleum Engineering (SPE) and awards an outstanding student who plans to enter a university and pursue an undergraduate degree in petroleum engineering, according to your country or region.  To apply, applicant must:

  • Submit an appraisal from your high school principal, adviser, or counselor with your academic history.
  • Upload a letter of recommendation from a counselor, teacher or principal.
  • Comply with sanction policy.
  • Complete the electronic submission process.

SPE also awards scholarships for undergraduates and fellowships for graduate students to support student members pursuing degrees related to the oil and gas industry.

Award: Recipient of the Gus Archie Memorial Scholarship will receive $5,000 per year for up to four years of university study. SPE also awards scholarships for undergraduates and fellowships for graduate students to support student members pursuing degrees related to the oil and gas industry.Contact: Application available at www.spe.org

Delaware Lions Foundation Inc. James A. McCarty Memorial Scholarship

Deadline: Completed application form with all attachments must be postmarked by April 1, 2017.

Eligibility: Graduating high school seniors living in Delaware and attending a public high school in Delaware. Must demonstrate exceptional involvement in community service and good leadership skills. Must also have high scholastic achievement and demonstrate financial need. Completed application, transcripts, college acceptance letter(s), FAFSA (if available), essay and two letters of recommendation are required.

Award: $1,000 scholarship to be paid to the college of recipient’s choice (nine scholarships awarded in 2016).

Contact: Application available at www.GoLions22D.org and www.delawarelionsfoundation.org.

About Back to Basics Learning Dynamics, Inc.

Back to Basics Learning Dynamics is the undisputed leader in 1-on-1 tutoring in Delaware and southeastern Pennsylvania for over 60 subjects. Since 1985, our commitment to a 1-on-1 teaching method has differentiated us from other educational service providers.

We serve the diverse needs of a range of students – from those who simply need some academic support, to those who are learning disabled, hearing or visually impaired, ADHD, gifted, or on the Autism Spectrum including High Functioning Autistic and Aspergers.

And, we offer a menu of services that includes the widest array of educational options in the tri-state area: 1-on-1 tutoring in over 60 subjects, translating and interpreting in 21 languages, speech therapy, occupational therapy, behavior specialists, reading specialists, ELL teachers, homebound services, and psycho-educational testing. In addition, Back to Basics offers exceptional, 1-on-1 test prep for tests including the SAT, PSAT, SAT II, ACT, GRE, PRAXIS, GED, and HSEE. Back to Basics also offers summer school, original credit, and credit recovery, plus unique enrichment options and professional development.

And, Back to Basics operates a unique Department of Education-approved 1-on-1 K-12 Private School in Wilmington, Delaware.

*Back to Basics Learning Dynamics is not in partnership with, or affiliated with, Delaware Scholarship Compendium, the scholarship organizations, or the scholarship committees in any way. This post is simply intended to inform Back to Basics’ clients and readers about relevant opportunities for children, youth, and adults.

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