- Algebra I and II
- Integrated Math Levels I-IV
- Calculus and AP Calculus
- Physical Science
- Physics and AP Physics
Deadline: July 1, 2017
Eligibility: Graduating high school seniors who aspire to a career in the technical aspects of broadcasting. Scholarship may be used for tuition, room and board or textbook costs at postsecondary educational institutions or for technical training programs approved by the scholarship committee.
Award: $1,000 to $1,500.
National Law Enforcement and Firefighters Children’s Foundation (NLEAFCF) Scholarships
Deadline: July 1,
In order to be reviewed for eligibility for the Scholarship Incentive Program, please log on to your Student Account to update your college/university enrollment for 2017. (To update your 2017-2018 college/university enrollment once you are logged into your Student Account you will need to click on the blue Add a New Enrollment button to indicate the college/university that you will be attending for 2017.)
What is the Scholarship Incentive Program (ScIP)?…
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