CFG ScholarBank

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Recent Scholarships

 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.


Richmond Chapter Delicados’ Scholarship

Scholarship Guidelines for High School Students

  1. Be a graduating senior of an accredited high school
  2. Have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 or better on a 4.0 grading scale
  3. Submit an official (sealed) copy of your high school transcript
  4. Secure three typed letters of recommendation (at least one from a school official
    to attest to your character, leadership, and scholarship). Letters of
    recommendation from relatives are not accepted. Persons writing the letters
    must include their title, affiliation to the applicant, and contact information. Letters
    should be in a sealed envelope.
  5. Attach a 250-word count typed essay explaining why you are a good candidate
    to receive this scholarship. Include anything that makes you unique. Your name
    should be at the top of the page.
  6. Submit copies of letters of acceptance from colleges/universities
  7. Submit a graduation picture or wallet-sized picture with no other person in the photo.


Chickahominy Middle School Alumni Scholarship

The Chickahominy Middle School PTA is pleased to make available two $500 scholarships to be used in the 2024-2025 academic school year. While all documents received will be evaluated, the recipients of the scholarships will be chosen primarily on the submitted essay. The funds will be sent directly to the recipients’ school. 


For the Love of Maggie Scholarship

Submit an essay about yourself and something or someone who has made a positive impact in your life. Must be planning to attend college in the fall. Available for students who attend Cosby, Clover Hill or Manchester high schools.


Virginia Association of School Nurses (VASN) Scholarship

To be eligible for this award, candidates must:

  • Be a current VA High School senior studying in a specialty center or technical center pathway with a health-related focus 


  • Be a current member in good standing (as of January 2023) of a VA state level high school organization geared toward health and/or wellness (example: Health Occupations Students of America, HOSA);
  • Be enrolled in an educational program for higher education for the Fall 2023 semester;
  • Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 from your most current educational records;
  • Submit a copy of your current transcripts, upon request;
  • Submit a completed application online no later than May 9, 2023 at 11:59PM


Maryland Stream Restoration Association (MSRA) – Jim Gracie Memorial Scholarship

MSRA established the Jim Gracie Memorial Scholarship in 2021 to aide students pursuing education in the natural resources industry who demonstrate a passion for streams and the environment.


Paula Kovarick Segalman Family Scholarship for ALS

In 2016, the Segalman family established The Paula Kovarick Segalman Family Scholarship Fund for ALS to provide educational funding to students affected by ALS.


  • Students must have a minimum overall grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale (or the equivalent)
  • Funds must be used for payment of tuition only (not including boarding, books or fees)
  • Funds may only be applied to schools within the United States
  • Payment will be made to an institution or corporation directly, and not to an individual
  • Students may re-apply each year, but priority will be given to first time applicants


  • Applicant must have a parent or legal guardian currently battling ALS or who has passed away from the disease
  • Applicant must be a legal resident of Washington, D.C, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, South Carolina or Northern Ohio
  • Applicant must have an annual household income of less than $100,000
  • Applicant must attend or be accepted to school full-time (as defined by the educational institution) at an accredited two-year or four-year college, university or not-for-profit vocational-technical school