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Foundation Scholarships: Clubs & Organizations

Clubs/Community Partners/Organizations

ASPIRA of Florida Scholarship
Scholarship open to students that were active members in good standing of ASPIRA Club of Florida during high school. Students must be enrolled 6 or more credits, with a minimum 2.0 GPA. Student is not required to have completed FASFA.

Communities in Schools Endowed Scholarship
Scholarship to support students who participated in the Communities in Schools programs in high school. Must be a resident of Palm Beach County and a graduate of a Palm Beach County high school. Student may be registered full or part-time in a degree or CCPprogram. Student must maintain a 2.0 GPA, and have financial need (determined by FASFA).  

Dr. Charles Colbert Endowed Music Scholarship
Scholarship for full-time instrumental music students (must be in Concert Band). Student must have financial need (determined by FASFA), and a minimum 3.0 GPA in music classes, with a minimum 2.5 GPA overall. Audition required for selection. Recipient is selected by a designated member of the music department. Student must be registered for and participate in Recital Seminar(MUS 0010), and perform in the semester in which they receive the scholarship.

Dr. Maria Vallejo ASPIRA Scholarship
This scholarship is open to students that are or have been active ASPIRA club members in good standing (in high school or college). Student may be in or out-of-state, full or part-time, with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Student is not required to have completed FASFA.

Dream It Do It Club Scholarship
For students attending the Eissey Campus who are active members of the Dream It Do Club who have financial need (determined by FASFA).  Students may be full or part-time, in or out of state and  must have a minimum 2.0 GPA.

Hilda Dobbins – Adopt-A-Family Endowed Scholarship
Scholarship to support clients of Adopt-A-Family of Palm Beach County. Student must be enrolled for 3 or more credits, and have a 2.0 GPA or higher. 

John Mark Photos Endowed Scholarship
For students attending the Eissey Campus who are either: 1) active members of the Dream It Do Club, 2) majoring in art, or 3) taking a math class. Students must have financial need (determined by FASFA), may be enrolled full or part-time, and have a minimum 2.3 GPA. Open to bachelor's students.

Lotspeich Co. of Florida Current Use Scholarship
This scholarship is open to Lotspeich employees or member of their immediate family (defined as a spouse, children and or grandchildren). Student must have a minimum 2.5 GPA, and may be full or part-time. Employee must have been working in the employment of Lotspeich for a period of one or more years to qualify.

Martino Endowed Scholarship
Scholarship to support clients of Adopt-A-Family of Palm Beach County. Student must be enrolled for 6 or more credits, and have a minimum 2.0 GPA . 

Meacham Oliver Tomasello Endowed Scholarship
Scholarship benefits employees of Tomasello, Inc. and/or children of employees. Students may be full or part-time, and must have a 2.0 GPA or higher. Scholarship award may be used for tuition and books. 

Mosow (William A.) Endowed Scholarship
Open to sophomore members of Phi Theta Kappa in good standing. Student must be full-time with a minimum GPA of 3.2.

Palm Beach State/AFC Current Use Scholarship
This scholarship is open to AFC member and/or member's spouse, child or grandchild; FAFSA not required; Student may be full or part-time. Complete AFC essay in application.

SAEN-KING Current Use Scholarship
Scholarship is for Saint Andrews Estates North hospitality employees. Student must be in-state and have minimum GPA of 2.0. Preferred programs general education and health fields. Campus preference Boca Raton.

Women for Excellence Scholarship
This scholarship is for students who have an affiliation with AVDA ( Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse) or Best Foot Forward.  Student must have financial need (determined by FASFA), have a minimum GPA of 2.0, support women's organization through community service. Preference given to students returning to school after a gap in their education.   

 

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