6/9/17 AFL-CIO Hall of Fame Central Labor Council (file) The AFL-CIO Hall of Fame Central Labor Council is offering four $500 scholarships to high school seniors. Students’ parents or legal guardians must be a member in good standing of one of the local unions affiliated with the Hall of Fame Council. Students can request an application in writing from: Hall of Fame Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, 1329 Market Avenue, North Canton, Ohio 44714
10/1/17 KSU: Stark Scholarship Match KSU: Stark Campus will match any outside scholarship for the Fall 2017 Semester, up to a total of $1,000. Download application
VariesChoose Ohio First: STEMM Scholarships www.ohiohighered.org/cof/programs This renewable scholarship will range in amount from $1500-$4700 per academic year. Students who wish to pursue an associate or bachelor degree in a STEMM field (science, technology, engineering, mathematics, or medicine) are eligible to apply for scholarships from one of 45 Ohio colleges, universities, or technical schools. Eligibility and deadlines vary by institution. All participating schools are linked to the website above.
All Year Ohio National Guard Scholarship Programhttp://www.ong.ohio.gov/ The Ohio National Guard is currently offering scholarships that will pay 100% of your college tuition for a two or four year degree. As a member of the Ohio National Guard, you can serve while you attend high school or college. Call or text SFC Matt Locker at (330)309-0355 or email at email@example.com . You can also visit the Ohio National Guard website or download this file for more information.
Scholarship Information Scholarship information is available and updated on a weekly basis in the Guidance Office and on the high school website. Counselors will be available to assist students with this process.
Be aware of deadlines and make sure applications are submitted before the due dates.
Families seeking financial aid are required to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) after January 1st. Visit the FAFSA homepage for more information.
Nearly all colleges and universities offer scholarships through their financial aid offices. A separate application is sometimes required and the application deadline may be different from the admission application deadline. Consult the college admission office or their website for this information.
There are many scholarships available and search engines to help you find them. See the local and national scholarship search links in the main menu.
Remember to check with parents' employers, student's employer, churches, and any organizations or clubs you may be involved in for available scholarships.
Be wary of services that guarantee you scholarship money for a fee - it's usually a scam!
Your school counselor is available to assist you at any time.
Stark Community Foundation Stark Community Foundation is one of Stark County's major sources of college scholarship support. Last year, the Foundation connected 380 students with $487,913 in college scholarships. The website features over 100 funds, each varying by deadline date, criteria for selection, eligibility requirements and application information.
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Local Foundation Provides Low-Interest College Loans
The Canton Student Loan Foundation was established in 1922 and provides low-interest student loans to graduates or soon-to-be graduates of Stark County high schools.
To be eligible for a loan, students must have at least a 2.0 grade-point average,
Be pursuing an undergraduate course of study, and be attending school on a full-time basis. Students may borrow up to $3,000 per academic year until the maximum of $12,000 has been borrowed.
To receive an application, contact the Canton Student Loan Foundation at (330) 493-0020 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications may also be downloaded or submitted from our website at www.cantonstudentloan.org.
Loan applications are due in the Foundation's office by June 1, 2017.