• The Scott-AFCEA International Scholarship

    Posted by Kambi Harris on 2/12/2020
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  • The Modern Scholar Scholarship

    Posted by Kambi Harris on 2/12/2020

    The entire team at Modern Castle was fortunate enough to be able to attend 4-year universities. It’s our hope that we can help support others to pursue their dreams through higher education and life-long learning.

    Modern Castle Scholarship

    How to Enter

    To enter for a chance to win the Modern Castle $1,000 scholarship please create a short video (no longer than 5 minutes) answering the following questions:

    • While you were growing up, what aspects of your home felt modern?
    • What technological trends do you think will most dramatically impact the way the modern home runs in the future?
    • What aspects of the home do you feel are most in need of modernization? Using current and / or near-future technology, how would you modernize it?

    Please upload your video to YouTube and email the video link here.

    The winning video submission will be the video that best answers the above questions in the most interesting, entertaining, informative, creative, and engaging way.

    Below are a few other tips for your submission:

    • The video should be a maximum of 5 minutes long.
    • Video production quality counts. Don’t film on portrait (unless you have a good reason).
    • Don’t simply talk into a web cam or your cell phone for 5 minutes straight. Mix it up a bit with interesting elements, change shooting angles, and use creative graphics to help engage the viewer.
    • Don’t read off of an obvious script in front of you.
    • Make it fun!
    Modern Castle $1000 scholarship video submission
    Modern Castle $1000 scholarship video submission

    Requirements & Rules

    To be eligible to win the Modern Castle scholarship applicants must be:

    • A currently enrolled high school (or home-schooled) senior planning on attending an accredited post-secondary institution in the US in the following year OR an undergraduate student currently enrolled in an accredited post-secondary institution in the US
    • Anticipating completion of high school diploma at the time of this application (or already enrolled in an accredited post-secondary institution in the US)
    • Grade point average of at least 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale
    • US Citizen
    • Winner’s first name, last name initial, submission video, and university / college may be published on ModernCastle.com and elsewhere as part of our scholarship promotion

    The winner applicant must be able and willing to verify their acceptance or concurrent enrollment into the school of their choice. The winning applicant must also be able and willing to verify their grade point average, diploma (if necessary), and US citizenship status.

    Applicants must not be:

    • Children, grandchildren, siblings, parents, or any other immediate family member relations to ModernCastle.com employees, officers, or owners

    Frequently Asked Questions

    When is the entry deadline?

    April 30, 2020

    How much is the scholarship?


    How many scholarships are available?

    One each year

    How is the winner selected?

    The winner is selected by the Modern Castle team. All entries will be evaluated based on the above criteria. The one entry that best completed the entry criteria will be awarded the scholarship.

    How do I enter?

    Complete the video based on the instructions above. Upload your video to YouTube. Email a link to your submission video to contact@moderncastle.com.

    How will the scholarship be distributed?

    Modern Castle will reach out to the winner’s school’s scholarship or financial aid departments. The scholarship funds will be transferred to your college or university, who will ultimately distribute them to the winner.

    I have other questions, help!

    Please reach out to us here

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  • Carl A Lucas, Sr. Scholarship

    Posted by Kambi Harris on 2/7/2020
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  • Bank of America Scholarship

    Posted by Kambi Harris on 1/14/2020

    Through Student Leaders®, Bank of America recognizes high school students who lead and serve in their own communities and beyond. We connect Student Leaders to tools and resources to help make communities better.

    As a Student Leader, you will:

    Work as a paid intern at a local nonprofit for eight weeks

    Attend the weeklong Student Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C.

    Develop leadership and career skills

    Connect with like-minded students from your own community and across the country

    Juniors and Seniors:

    Applications are being accepted
    through January 31, 2020.

    Apply today

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  • oxyGEN Scholarship

    Posted by Kambi Harris on 1/14/2020

    The oxyGEN scholarship program celebrates our commitment to growth through the pursuit of higher education.  Our scholarship recognizes student’s ability to demonstrate critical and creative thinking by effectively communicating the importance of a STEM topic of their choice and their ability to make an impact in the field or in their community. 


    Please share this opportunity with any students in your school who might be interested in applying. 


    2020 Scholarship Criteria:

    -          Applicants must submit a 3-5 minute video on a STEM topic of their choice

    -          Applicants are eligible regardless of major or area of study

    -          Applicant must enroll in an accredited (2-year or 4-year) undergraduate program within the U.S. for the 2020-2021 year

    -          Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident


    Applications are accepted online through February 28, 2020, 11:59 p.m. ET


    For more information or to apply to the 2020 Scholarship, please click here.




    Alexandria McCuien





    About oxyGEN:

    oxyGEN was founded to bridge the gap between new and experienced professionals by creating meaningful opportunity for growth and development. We play an active role in the community by engaging our members with other non-profits and through the oxyGEN scholarship program.


    Visit us online or email us: oxyGENscholarship@att.com to learn more.

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  • Isaac Bruce Foundation Scholarship

    Posted by Kambi Harris on 1/14/2020
    Isaac created this program himself based on his personal experiences. The Flight 300 program will cover the cost of one-way airfare, bus, or other transportation for a student with all the pieces in place to attend college but unable to afford to get there. Flight 300 is for ALL college-bound students. The program can also provide transportation to the airport, cover the cost to check bags, provide transportation from the airport to campus, and a gift card for dorm essentials including bedding and towels. The IBF has not turned away any eligible students for this program so spread the word! You can get the application and learn more at this link under FLIGHT 300.
    Applications are now available for the 2020 Isaac Bruce Foundation scholarships! Please spread the word to your students and encourage them to apply! Applications must be postmarked by April 1. Please contact Tiffani Burris at tiffani@isaacbruce.org with any questions. Use the link below to access all applications under SCHOLARSHIPS.
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  • ASMZINE Scholarship

    Posted by Kambi Harris on 1/14/2020
    ASMZINE is pleased to announce our annual college scholarship. We would like to offer a scholarship for students interested in Technology and Blogging.

    So, we want to invite your College/University students for this scholarship program.

    Scholarship Details :

    URL: https://asmzine.com/blogging/asmzine-scholarship/
    Email address: annylindsay910@gmail.com
    Award Amount: $350
    Submission Deadline: April 15, 2020
    Winner Announcement: April 24, 2020

    More information about the scholarship is available on the above link.
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  • Missouri Bankers Foundation Scholarship

    Posted by Kambi Harris on 1/13/2020
    The Missouri Bankers Foundation provides college scholarships for graduating high school seniors who plan to pursue college studies in banking-related degree programs. 
    Seven $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to seven high school students for their first semester tuition payment and/or college expenses. One scholarship recipient will be chosen from each of the seven MBA geographical regions (see map). 
    These scholarships are made possible through the John W. Rogers Memorial, the Willis W. Alexander Scholarship Fund and donations by Missouri bankers.
    Please make copies and share this scholarship application with qualifying graduating seniors. The 2020 MBF Scholarship Application is also available at mobankers.com.
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  • St. Johns Bank Scholarship

    Posted by Kambi Harris on 1/13/2020

    St. Johns Bank Excellence Scholarship Program will award a total of three scholarships, worth $1,000 each, to qualifying candidates attending Ritenour, Ferguson/Florissant, Pattonville, St. Charles, Fort Zumwalt, Hazelwood, Wentzville, Orchard Farm and Francis Howell high schools or living in any of those districts. The scholarship is available to students planning to study full-time at a community college, four-year college or university in Missouri, Illinois or Kansas and planning to major in banking, finance, or business.


    The application deadline is April 3, 2020. Students can mail the application to St. Johns Bank, 1053 Cave Springs Road, St. Peters, MO 63376,  whenever it is completed prior to the deadline. Applications are available on our website: https://www.stjohnsbank.com/college-center.htm  or can be picked up at any of our branches.

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  • AMCO Scholarship

    Posted by Kambi Harris on 11/19/2019
    I wanted to send you another quick update on the scholarship we are offering. The scholarship is worth $1,000 and will be awarded in June, 2020.
    We would really appreciate if you would include the link to the scholarship on your school website so your students can access it and apply, https://amcoranger.com/amco-ranger-scholarship/
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