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    LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS updated 08/24/21

     

     

    Mesa Verde Scholarships - The 2022 application window will open March 2022

    Recipients will be announced during the Senior Awards presentation 

    Mesa Verde is fortunate to have several Scholarships available only to MV graduating Seniors. To apply for the scholarships, please click on the links associated with each scholarship opportunity. 

    Michael Gebhardt Scholarship (Two $500 Scholarships for student athletes; 1 male, 1 female) 

    This scholarship is for Mesa Verde athletes who have demonstrated the ethics and dedication to both their studies and athletics. 

     

    MVHS/San Juan Education Foundation Scholarship (Various amounts will be awarded)

    A scholarship for all Mesa Verde students who are planning on continuing their education after graduation.

     

    Cal Worthington Scholarship (1 Available for Mesa Verde Seniors)

    This $1,500 scholarship for a graduating Senior interested in a career in automotive technology, the military, digital meda arts, aviation, business, agriculture, or culinary arts. The scholarship requires a Statement of Support from a teacher, counselor, or school principal submitted with the application. 

     

    The Sustainability Scholarship - Republic Services and City of Citrus Heights ($1000 Scholarship)

    A scholarship for Mesa Verde Seniors pursuing a college degree with an environmental/sustainability focus.

     

    Ose Family Community Service Scholarship ($1000 Scholarship) - Due April 23rd

    This scholarship is available to Mesa Verde Seniors who have spent a considerable amount of time serving their community during their high school career. The scholarship requires a letter of recommendation from one of the organizations you have worked with.  

      

    2022 AVID Scholarship (Two $1000 Scholarships for Mesa Verde AVID students; 1 male, 1 female)

    A scholarship for Mesa Verde Seniors who have been a part of the AVID program for at least 3-years. 

     

    Kiwanis Scholarships

    The Kiwanis Club of Citrus Heights is offering the two scholarships below to Mesa Verde High School students. The first scholarship is available to ALL Mesa Verde students.

    Kiwanis Scholarship Application (All Students)

        

    Key Club Scholarship Application (Key Club Students ONLY)

         

    Kids Helping Kids Aid

    The Kids Helping Kids - Sacramento program has seeks to provide aid for college bound students in need (i.e. homeless, foster care, undocumented, free & reduced lunch). If you will be attending a college, but need a computer or other tech, click on the link below.

    College Bound Classic | Kids Helping Kids Sacramento

      

    SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH WEBSITES

     

    College Board Opportunity Scholarships

    Scholarship available for class of 2020. No essay, no application, no minimum GPA necessary.  This scholarship rewards initiative and effort.  Simply complete key steps along the way for a chance to get this scholarship.

    WeirdScholarships.net

    This website features thousands of small and unique scholarship opportunities. Most students forget about the many smaller awards. This site is dedicated to helping students find less competitive awards tailored to their personality, interests, and career goals.

    www.fastweb.com

    Fastweb is the premier online resource when it comes to paying for and preparing for school. We have scholarships for every type of student from the high school freshmen to the returning adult.

    www.niche.com/colleges/scholarships/  

    Search lists of scholarships by choosing a category or get matched to college scholarships you are eligible for.

    Lendedu scholarship video course 

    This video course provides great information about finding scholarships and avoiding scams.
     

    www.affordablecollegesonline.org/financial-aid-for-minorities/ 

    This website helps students from many minority groups -- including African American, Native American, Asian and Pacific Islander, and others -- better understand their financial aid options. The guide includes a wealth of resources intended to help minority students and their families through the scholarship and financial aid process.

    www.cappex.com  

    Cappex empowers students by helping them find colleges where they will succeed. Once students complete a survey about their accomplishments and interests, they begin to hear about schools that meet their unique qualifications. Colleges can also invite a student to hear more about a specific program they believe the student is particularly well-suited for. Students control the process and decide which schools they want to follow up with.

    www.sacregcf.org 

    A good starting point or Sacramento-area awards 

    www.finaid.org

    Free scholarship service

     

    www.ftc.gov/scholarshipscams 

    FTC guide to how to avoid scholarship scams 

     

    Scholarship Scam Warning

     

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