CFG ScholarBank

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Recent Scholarships

Elizabeth D. Stark Art Scholarship

Eligibility Requirements

Must be pursuing a degree in art or art history

Must be from Virginia

Must be female identifying or non-binary


Richmond Forum Scholars


  1. Be a high school junior attending a public or independent school located in the Richmond region (Chesterfield, Hanover, Henrico, City of Richmond).
  2. Have a GPA of 3.5 or higher.
  3. Commit to attend an orientation session and to serve for the entire evening at all five Richmond Forum programs.
  4. Submit a completed Richmond Forum Scholar application packet, including the application, a résumé, a letter of recommendation, and a video essay.


Thomas Hale, Jr. Scholarship

The Thomas Hale Jr. Memorial Scholarship is put in place to support one college student throughout all four years of schooling. The student must have a documented mental health diagnosis. This scholarship was created to recognize the challenges and adversity that students face when dealing with mental health, as an adolescent and teenager. 


Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity-Iota Sigma Chapter-Millard J. Watkins Jr. Memorial Scholarship

To apply for this application, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a male presently enrolled as a high school senior at a high school in Henrico
    County, Hanover County, or the City of Richmond.
  • Must have a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA at the application deadline.
  • Should be a responsible, supportive, self-disciplined, positive, and energetic
    individual interested in the welfare and education of the community.


Congressional Art Competition

Each spring, the Congressional Institute sponsors a nationwide high school visual art competition to recognize and encourage artistic talent in the nation and in each congressional district. 

How to Enter the 2024 Art Competition

  1. Contact your representative to confirm your district’s participation and obtain specific guidance.
  2. Review the 2024 Rules for Students and Teachers.
  3. Complete the 2024 Student Release Form.
  4. Submit the Student Release Form and any other required materials to your representative by the deadline specified on their website.


1st Congressional District Art Contest

Congressman Rob Wittman (VA-01) announced that the 2024 Congressional Art Competition is now open to all high school students in Virginia’s First District. The deadline to enter this year’s competition is May 1.


 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) Piedmont Section Scholarship


Members of the AATCC Piedmont Section established the Piedmont Section Scholarship and are partnering with AATCC Foundation to promote this scholarship.

Up to five recipients will be selected. Those attending a four-year college or university in the AATCC Piedmont Section (VA, WV, NC, SC) will be awarded a $3,000 scholarship; the value of two-year colleges or technical schools scholarships will be determined on a case-by-case basis.


  • Undergraduate
  • Two-year or four-year educational institution in the AATCC Piedmont Section (VA, WV, NC, SC)
  • Pursuing a career in a technical- or design-related field associated with textiles
  • Minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.85/4.00
  • US citizen, or legal resident of the US


Partners for Automated Vehicle Education PAVE Essay Contest and Scholarship Program

Partners for Automated Vehicle Education (PAVE) launched the second annual PAVE Essay Contest and Scholarship Program for high school students in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.  The contest encourages young people to contemplate a future with automated vehicles – and write about what this technology could mean for their communities.  The program offers contest winners college scholarship funding. 


Henrico Education Foundation – Cheryl Hite Mitchell Scholarship

Scholarships will be awarded to an Exceptional Education student at both Mills E. Godwin and J.R. Tucker High Schools. Cheryl always tried to see the best in everyone she encountered. This was demonstrated daily in her 28 years of service to the Exceptional Education students at Henrico County Public Schools. Cheryl’s was a life well lived with care and compassion for all. The funds may be used for tuition, books, or other school-related costs and will be paid directly to the recipient’s educational institution or a 529 education account for the benefit and use of the award recipient. The selection committee will review applications through a blind process facilitated by the Henrico Education Foundation. Applicants must be enrolled in the exceptional education program and have an active IEP at either J.R. Tucker High School or Mills E. Godwin High School at the time of application and possess a minimum GPA of 2.5.


Henrico Education Foundation – Henrico Board of Supervisors Scholarships

Henrico County Board of Supervisors members Mr. Frank J. Thornton and Mrs. Patricia S. O’Bannon are both retiring after three decades of service in December of 2023. Both Mr. Thornton and Mrs. O’Bannon were trailblazers on the Board of Supervisors, as the first African American and first woman, respectively, to serve on the Board. These two supervisors are not only dedicated public servants, but also change agents who have established lasting legacies in Henrico.