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-Brady Cobin Law Group Scholarship contest for your students. 

The scholarship is open now and will be closing on May 1st, 2019. There are three prizes available totaling $4,500. Students who apply must submit an essay of approximately 500 words, the topics can be found here; High school and college/university students across the United States are eligible. Those younger than 17 will need parental consent to apply.

-Mushkatel, Robbins & Becker annual scholarship opportunity is now open and available to  students.
· First Place: $2,000.00
· Second Place: $500.00
· Deadline: April 30, 2019

Link to the scholarship page with all application requirements:
Achieve Alabama

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The Alabama Sports Officials Foundation is organized exclusively to provide educational scholarships to individual students with a high school diploma who are enrolled in a post-secondary institution located in the State of Alabama.  A recipient must be a sports official who is currently affiliated with the Alabama High School Athletic Association, a child (natural or adopted) or grandchild of a sports official or the child (natural or adopted) or grandchild of the sport official's spouse, who is or has been affiliated with the Alabama High School Athletic Association for at least three annual registrations.  A recipient must be in good standing at the current educational institution. (High School or College)  The currently registered sports official must be in good standing with the Alabama High School Athletic Association.

We have partnered with the Community Foundation of Northeast Alabama to handle the application process this year. We now have a paperless application process.

Please visit CFNEA?s Scholarship Central Online Application Process to access the application portal. You will need to create an account, and apply for the 2019 Alabama Sports Officials Foundation Scholarship. Click here to access the application

You will need the following information to complete the application:
  1. AHSAA Sports Officials Number (this may be yours, your parents, or grandparents AHSAA Sports Officials Number)
    A copy of the FASFA?s Student Aid Report (Expected Family Contribution section)
    ACT test score documentation

Applications may be submitted from January 1 to March 1.  Please note: all fully completed applications must be submitted by March 1.

Applicants will be selected and notified by the end of April. If selected, additional information will be required in order for payment to be issued. Scholarship awards will be sent directly to the college/university.

In addition, those awarded the Alabama Sports Officials Foundation Scholarships will be required to attend the AHSAA Officials Luncheon held in Montgomery in July 2019. Recipients will receive final instructions and will be recognized for their achievement at this event.

Should you have any questions about our new process, including any issue with access to the online portal, please contact Mr. Mitch Rogers, Director of Scholarships and Initiatives with the Community Foundation of Northeast Alabama at 256-231-5160 ext. 17,  or via

Please see the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) below for any application questions that may have already been asked.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Do applicants need to be high school graduates attending college for the first time in the Fall?
A: A student will qualify for the scholarship if he/she is graduating from high school and will be attending an in-state institution in the Fall. Also, a student already in college at an in-state institution can apply for the scholarship. He/She will be eligible every year of enrollment seeking an undergraduate degree at an in-state institution.  He/She can apply for the scholarship each year he/she is eligible but can only be selected to receive it once.  This scholarship will not be awarded to a student seeking a post-graduate degree.
Q. Does the student and a parent need to supply their AHSAA Official's number on the application form?
A. If the student is an active AHSAA official, the parent is not required to fill in their AHSAA Official's number. (Although it is Recommended!)  If the student is not an active AHSAA Official, then the parent is required to fill in their AHSAA Official's number on the application form.
Q.  When does the application process begin and end?
A.  The application form will be available January 1  and will remain so until March 1.  The recipients will be notified before May 1.
Q. When will the recipients actually receive the scholarships?
A. The institutions of the recipients will be contacted and the scholarship funds will be sent directly to their institutions in their names after the recipients are presented certificates during the AHSAA Officials Luncheon in Montgomery.  The recipients will be recognized and honored at the AHSAA Official's Awards Luncheon in July.  Attendance is expected. 
 Etowah County School Foundation Grant 

High School Senors-Click ECSF Student Scholarship Application to download an application. Scholarship application. 

The Etowah County School Foundation will award a $500.00 scholarship to a high school senior from each of our six high schools. Scholarship applications must be submitted to Kim Reed on or before Friday, April 5, 2019. Applications received after April 5th will not be considered.


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