CFG ScholarBank

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Recent Scholarships

Tyler Wentz Godwin High School Memorial Scholarship

Mission Statement:

The Tyler Wentz Memorial Scholarship Fund was created to provide financial support for higher learning to a student at Godwin High School who has demonstrated exceptional kindness, outstanding attitude and character, strong community involvement, positivity, and great Godwin spirit.

 

Tyler Wentz Tuckahoe Little League Memorial Scholarship

Mission Statement:

The Tyler Wentz Tuckahoe Little League Memorial Scholarship was created to provide financial support for higher learning to a player at Tuckahoe Little League who in their years at Tuckahoe, has demonstrated exceptional sportsmanship, leadership, strong mentorship, a positive and fun spirit, strong sense of family and community involvement, ambition, and self-drive.

 

Henrico Education Foundation – David A. Kaechele Memorial Scholarship

Available for a Henrico County Public School senior who attended Kaechele Elementary School for at least one year.

 

The Society of Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters – Richmond (CPCU) College Scholarship

Bruce Kay Scholarship for Undergraduate Studies: Scholarships are awarded to selected undergraduate college students based on an expected interest in pursuing a career in the insurance and risk management industry. Consideration will be given based on academic and extracurricular achievements and application responses. Eligible students must be an undergraduate student enrolled in an accredited Virginia two or four-year college or university with an intent to enroll or currently enrolled in a business degree program with an interest in pursuing a career in the insurance and risk management industry.

 

The Society of Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters – Richmond (CPCU) High School Scholarship

High School Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded to selected college-bound high school seniors based on an expected interest in pursuing a business degree. Consideration will be given based on academic and extracurricular achievements and application responses. Eligible students must be graduating high school seniors who reside in the Greater Richmond Region and intend to continue their education at a Virginia two or four-year college or university with the intent to enroll in a business degree program.

 

Chris Jones Innovator Award

Electronically submitted Application Packet must include:

    • Copy of high school transcript
    • One non-relative community reference letter
    • One school reference letter
    • Answer the essay question – “An innovator is defined as a person who introduces new methods, ideas, or products. Please detail how, if chosen to be recipient of the Chris Jones Innovator Award, you will utilize your education to positively impact your community and how do you think churches and faith communities can innovate how they carry out their mission?”

Essay length between 500 and 1000 words

 

 

Dominion Energy Educational Equity Scholarship Program

Applicants to the Dominion Energy Educational Equity Scholarship Program must:

  • Be historically underserved students who self-identify as Black/African American; Hispanic or Latino; America Indian or Alaska Native; Asian; or Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander.
  • High school seniors or graduates or current college undergraduates residing in one of the following states:
    • CT, OH, WV, VA, MD, NC, SC, ID, WY, UT
  • Plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school for the entire upcoming academic year.
  • Have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or its equivalent).

 

Hanover Education Foundation – Sue Forbes Watson Award for Education Innovation

This award is available for a Hanover student with a desire to experience an opportunity such as
workshop, a summer school class, an afterschool program, or a fieldtrip that might
not be available to them without additional funding. This experience needs to
support, encourage, and recognize excellence in the student’s education.

 

Timber Works Tree Care Scholarship

Timber Works scholarship applicants must:

  • Be citizens or legal residents of the United States
  • Be a college or university student enrolled in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two-year or four-year college or university for the entire upcoming academic year.
  • Pursue an urban forestry related major or career (e.g. Urban Forestry, Plant Sciences, Agriculture, Horticulture, Entomology, Plant Pathology, Environmental Science and Biology as it relates to plant science).

 

Hanover Education Foundation Serve & Learn Scholarships

In 1996-97 Hanover County Public Schools, supported by a grant from the Virginia Department of Education, began a program called Serve & Learn. The program’s purpose was to encourage and acknowledge the importance of volunteer service to the community. With the goal of annually rewarding the community service commitments of Hanover students, the Serve & Learn program, now sponsored by Hanover Education Foundation, awards a $1,000 scholarship to ONE senior in each high school who successfully fulfills a 100 hour commitment to community service in ONE location commencing in junior year.  Contact guidance counselor for more information.