MassMutual / Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts
Scholarship Name: Mass Mutual Scholars – Career Pathways Program
Description: Students in the western Massachusetts area with an interest in the financial services field can really benefit from the partnership between MassMutual and the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts or Connecticut and their Career Pathways program. Undergraduate students can receive up to $5,000 per year for four years to pursue their financial studies. The scholarship also applies to students interested in business or information technology. There is a catch – you must live in either Hartford County, CT or Hampden County, PA to qualify, and plan on attending a 2 or 4 year college in Massachusetts or Connecticut.
Awards per year: 40
Award is Open to: High school seniors
Major/Field of Study: Business, Financial Service, Information Technology
How to Apply/Contact: You must fill out an online application to be considered for this scholarship.
See also: Scholarships for Business Majors
Scholarship Name: DunhamFund Scholarships
Description: Students in Aurora, Illinois who are interested in medicine or business have the opportunity to apply for $10,000 from the Dunham Fund. The fund rewards students in Aurora who have overcome personal obstacles, and excelled both academically and personally. The fund will award scholarships to any high school senior that meets these criteria, but gives special preference to those that are looking to study medicine or business. The program is administered by the Community Foundation of the Fox River Valley, so all application materials can be sent directly to them.
Awards per year: 15
Award is Open to: High School Seniors
Major/Field of Study: Medicine, Business
How to Apply/Contact: Fill out the online application at the Community Foundation of Fox River Valley website.
See Also: Scholarships for Overcoming Adversity, Scholarships for Community Service, Scholarships for Business Majors
NFIB Young Entrepreneur and AXA Achievement Scholarships >>>