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Scholarships Offered by Community College of Philadelphia

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A complete list of scholarships offered at CCP. A recent effort to discriminate against a $15,000 scholarship offered by the Marcellus Shale Coalition by several anti-drilling professors begs the …

A complete list of scholarships offered at CCP. A recent effort to discriminate against a $15,000 scholarship offered by the Marcellus Shale Coalition by several anti-drilling professors begs the question, if you won't accept from one, you should not accept from any. Their action threatens all of these scholarships.

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  • 1. 12/7/12 Scholarship Search Result Site Navigation Contact Us Search Scholarships Results Lets get started! Click Apply Now to start the simple application process. You searched for: All Published Scholarships Search Results Scholarship Name Scholarship Description URL 2013-2014 Jonathan Over seventeen years the Jonathan Lax Scholarship Fund has More Info Lax Scholarship for distributed over $650,000 in scholarships, helping to make it Gay Men possible for 129 scholars to pursue educational excellence. Jonathan Lax started this fund to help gay men obtain positions through which they can contribute to society, be out about their sexual orientation, and act as role models for other gay men with similar potential. Bread & Roses Community Fund adminsters the scholarship fund as a part of our larger mission for social justice in the Deleware Valley. AlliedBarton Security The AlliedBarton Security Services Scholarship (Justice) is for N/A Services Scholarship graduating high school senior, or first-time college student, or (Justice) current student with <15 credits enrolled, or planning to enroll in Justice Program; enroll 6+ credits/semester. Alpha Beta Gamma, The Alpha Beta Gamma, Eta Sigma Chapter Scholarship N/A Eta Sigma Chapter provides $1,000 toward tuition to Temple University to an Eta Scholarship Sigma Chapter member initiated last fall or spring semester and who will complete his/her associate degree by the end of the upcoming spring semester. Membership and date of initiation will be verified by the faculty advisor. Qualified applicants must also have a minimum GPA of 3.0, and must have earned a minimum of 45 credits by the end of the current fall semester. Alpha/Staples Alpha, a minority-owned office supply company, in partnership N/A Scholarship with Staples, an international office product supplier, provides $1000 toward tuition for the spring semester to seven students who are enrolled full-time and have completed at least one semester at the College. Qualified applicants must also have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. American Food & American Food & Vending provides $2500 toward tuition to N/A Vending CAHM two students in the Culinary Arts program. Students must hold Scholarship a cumulative GPA of 3.5, be enrolled in Culinary Arts (CULA), and must have earned a minimum of 14 credits in any of thehttps://ccp.scholarships.ngwebsolutions.com/ScholarX_ScholarshipSearchResult.aspx 1/7
  • 2. 12/7/12 Scholarship Search Result and must have earned a minimum of 14 credits in any of the following CAHM courses: CAHM 151, CAMH 161, CAHM 170, and CAHM 171. Finalists will be interviewed. Scholarship funds will be applied directly to recipients tuition accounts in equal disbursements in fall 2012 and spring 2013 once enrollment is verified. Additionally, scholarship recipients will be granted an internship with American Food & Vending. Both recipients may apply for employment with American Food and Vending upon graduation. Anne and Andrew The Anne and Andrew Abel Scholarship for Creative Writing N/A Able Scholarship for provides $1,000 toward tuition to five students who are Creative Writing planning a career in the arts, communications, or other endeavors involving creative writing. The Scholarship was established to reward students with a demonstrated passion for writing who have overcome significant barriers on the way to success, and to recognize students with the ability to achieve academically. The scholarship award will be applied to the recipients fall tuition account. College Scholarship The College Scholarship for Academic Excellence provides a N/A for Academic maximum annual award of up to $500 to a graduating student Excellence who will continue his/her education at a baccalaureate institution. The award is given in recognition of scholarly and general achievement at the College. Financial need is taken into consideration. Regular contributions of the faculty and staff of the College fund this award. Future availability is contingent upon continued funding. Awards are paid directly to the four-year institution. CollegeFairMagazine The CollegeFairMagazine Book Scholarship in Memory of N/A Book Scholarship in Reverend Sol Murphy and Cecil Watkins will provide students Memory of Rev. Sol with book scholarships valued at $100 each for the spring Murphy and Cecil 2013 semester. The book scholarship is for use at the Watkins College’s Book Store. To be eligible, students must have earned 12 or more credits, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5, and be enrolled, full-time or part-time, in one of the following Social Science programs: Paralegal Studies, Justice, Computer Forensics, Fire Science, Applied Studies, or Geographic Information Systems. Community College The Community College of Philadelphia Foundation Scholars N/A of Philadelphia Program recognizes students who demonstrate the ability to Foundation Scholars achieve in academic and community endeavors and who have Program overcome barriers on the way to success. Diane and George The Diane and George Davis Scholarship provides up to N/A Davis Scholarship $1000 toward tuition to deserving students enrolled at Community College of Philadelphia in pursuit of an associates degree. Scholarship funds will be applied in equal disbursements over the fall and spring semesters. Scholarship recipients who maintain their eligibility at the end of the first year of the scholarship award may be eligible to receive a second year of funding. African-American males are encouraged to apply. Doris Weiss Doris Weiss began taking classes at the College in 1987. As N/A Memorial a senior citizen, she brought with her an extensive background Scholarship for Art in the arts and was a wonderful addition to the Art Majors department’s classes, as well as an inspiration for the students. Her focus at the College was in painting and ceramics. Upon her death in January 1993, a memorial exhibition of her many art works was held at the College. Her children presented the College with a grant from her estate in order to set up a scholarship in her name for art students. Dr. Edward Dr. Edward Anderson was the founding director of the N/A Anderson College’s Division of Economics and Business Scholarship Administration, serving as professor from 1965 until his death (Business in June of 1972. Dr. Anderson was highly regarded for his Programs) many talents and contributions to the College as an educator, administrator, entrepreneur, marketing expert and artist. It was Dr. Anderson’s devotion to his students in the role of educator that inspired alumni contributors to name this scholarship in his honor. The Dr. Edward Anderson Scholarship (Business Programs) provides one scholarship up to $3000, or two scholarships up to $1500 to student(s) that have successfullyhttps://ccp.scholarships.ngwebsolutions.com/ScholarX_ScholarshipSearchResult.aspx 2/7
  • 3. completed a minimum of 12 credits each semester. The scholarship funds are disbursed equally over two academic semesters. Students who are not eligible for state or federal grant assistance will be given preference.Dr. Jose Lebron The Dr. Jose Lebron Scholarship provides one two-year N/AScholarship scholarship to a graduating high school senior at Thomas Edison High School who possesses a minimum grade point average of 2.5. Applicants may be contacted for an interview.Dr. Lorraine H. The Dr. Lorraine H. Brown Scholarship in Memory of the Floyd N/ABrown Scholarship Family, provides a maximum award amount of $2000 towardin Memory of the tuition for up to 10 students pursuing associates degrees atFloyd Family Community College of Philadelphia. Scholarship funds will be applied directly to recipients tuition accounts in equal disbursements in the fall and spring semesters. Finalists are required to participate in an interview. African-American students are encouraged to apply.First Presbyterian The First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia Scholarship N/AChurch in provides a maximum award of $3500 toward tuition, to a full-Philadelphia time student pursuing his/her associates degree AtScholarship Community College of Philadelphia.Frankford Day The Frankford Day Nursery Early Childhood Education N/ANursery Early Scholarship provides a maximum award of up to $2000 forChildhood Education full-time students, and $1000 for part-time students towardScholarship tuition. The number of recipients will be determined at the discretion of the scholarship selection committee. Scholarship funds will be applied directly to the recipients tuition accounts in the fall and spring semesters.GAP Foundation The GAP Foundation Scholarship provides multiple awards, of N/AScholarship up to $1,000 each, to students at the Community College of Philadelphia pursuing their associates degree. Recipients must participate in at least two Gap-sponsored workshops offered at the College. Scholarship funds will be applied directly to recipients tuition accounts for the fall and spring semesters.George Arnold The George Arnold Scholarship was established to develop N/AScholarship and reward students with a demonstrated passion for their program of study who have overcome significant barriers on the way to success, and to recognize students who demonstrate the ability to achieve academically. The George Arnold Scholarship provides a maximum award of up to $500 toward tuition to multiple students. Scholarship funds will be applied directly to the recipients’ tuition account.Goldschlager Future The Goldshlager Future Teacher Award is presented annually N/ATeacher Scholarship to one student to encourage future study in the field ofAward education and teacher preparation. Applicant must have completed 30 credits by the end of the Spring semester of the year in which the application is submitted. Applicant must be enrolled in the Education curriculum. Applicant must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0. Applicant must have taken at least one of the following Education courses: EDUC 201, 202, 225 or 226.Goldsmith-Irby The Goldsmith-Irby Scholarship, supported by the Community N/AScholarship College of Philadelphia Alumni Association, provides a maximum award of up to $250 toward tuition, to a student pursuing his/her associates degree at Community College of Philadelphia. Scholarship funds will be applied directly to the recipients tuition account for the spring semester. Students who are not eligible for state or federal grants are encouraged to apply.Greater Philadelphia The Greater Philadelphia Book Bank Award provides up to N/ABook Bank Award $500 for the purchase of textbooks, in the Colleges Bookstore, to two (2) Community College of Philadelphia students pursuing their associates degrees in Culture, Science and Technology; Science; or Engineering Science.
  • 4. Awards will be given during the upcoming academic year.Harry Hunter Truth The Harry Hunter Truth Scholarship, provides a maximum N/AScholarship award of up to $1,000, to a student from Edward Bok Technical High School who exemplifies good character, citizenship, and volunteers in the community. The recipient must be pursuing his/her associate’s degree at Community College of Philadelphia beginning in the upcoming fall semester. Scholarship funds will be applied directly to the recipients tuition accounts in equal disbursements in the fall and spring semesters.Hassel Foundation The Hassel Foundation Scholarship provides a maximum of N/AScholarship up to $1,000 toward tuition to students pursuing their associates degree in nontraditional career programs at the Community College of Philadelphia.John C. Bogle The John C. Bogle Pathways Scholarship provides up to $500 N/APathways to a full-time student pursuing an associates degree in one ofScholarship the Colleges Business programs. Scholarship funds will be applied directly to the recipients tuition account in equal disbursements for the fall and spring semesters.Juliette Forgione The Juliette Forgione Scholarship was established to develop N/AScholarship and reward students who have overcome significant barriers on the way to success, and to recognize students who demonstrate the ability to achieve academically. Specifically, this scholarship will provide financial support to a low-income individual pursuing an associate’s degree. We encourage female students to apply.Kathryn J. The Kathryn J. Engebretson Scholarship provides up to N/AEngebretson $10,000 toward tuition and books, with no more than $5,000Scholarship disbursed in one academic year, to students pursuing their associates degree. Specifically, this award is geared toward individuals returning to college and pursuing a postsecondary degree to enhance their lives and achieve their career goals. Scholarship is contingent upon the students enrollment status, GPA, and the explicit understanding that recipient completes their associates degree in the allotted amount of time. Females are encouraged to apply.Lucy K. Gaines The Lucy K. Gaines Scholarship for Dual Admissions N/AScholarship for Dual Students provides up to $250, to one student pursuing anAdmissions associate’s degree in any of the College’s Dual Admissions programs.Patricia B. Dixon Dawn Dixon Carr, daughter of Patricia Dixion, established this N/AScholarship scholarship to provide financial support to a student attending Community College of Philadelphia in pursuit of an associate degree. Specifically, this award is for a student who recently graduated from an inner city high school, will be in his or her first year at Community College of Philadelphia, and who is attending college to pursue a degree wherein upon graduation, will be in a profession that focuses in assisting, educating, or serving in communities where its citizens are impoverished and in need of an array of social services. This scholarship is given to support the student who believes in giving back to his or her community and in helping others selflessly.Philadelphia The Philadelphia Concierge Association Book Award provides N/AConcierge up to $250 toward the purchase of textbooks in the CollegesAssociation Book Bookstore, to two (2) Community College of PhiladelphiaAward students enrolled in the Hospitality Management Program. Award funds are disbursed during the fall semester.Philadelphia Federal The Philadelphia Federal Credit Union Scholarship will N/ACredit Union provide $400 to a student pursuing his/her associatesScholarship degree; who is a member of the Philadelphia Federal Credit Union, and is enrolled in at least one course at the Northeast Regional Center. The scholarship recipient must have demonstrated academic achievement, and have overcome obstacles along the way. Scholarship funds will be applied
  • 5. 12/7/12 Scholarship Search Result directly to the recipients tuition account for the fall semester. Philadelphia This scholarship fund was established to assist the College’s N/A Inquirer/Daily News students in meeting their educational expenses. Although Scholarship recipients do not need to be enrolled in a particular curriculum, preference will be given to students who have selected a career in community service. Students must have applied for federal financial aid (FAFSA) and demonstrate financial need. Piscopo Family The Piscopo Family Scholarship provides up to $1,000 toward N/A Endowment tuition to students at the Community College of Philadelphia who are pursuing an associates degree in a Business curriculum. Minority students are strongly encouraged to apply. Professor Francisco The Professor Francisco Branco Scholarship provides up to N/A J. Branco $500 toward tuition to a student attending the Community Scholarship College of Philadelphias West Regional Center for at least one course; pursuing an associates degree in a science, or science-related field. Randolph Family The Randolph Family Scholarship provides up to $600 for the N/A Scholarship purchase of textbooks in the Colleges Bookstore, to a student pursuing an associates degree in Music. Ruth Holmes Bacon Established in 1989, the Ruth Holmes Bacon Award of N/A Award of Excellence Excellence honors the memory of Ruth Bacon, an instructor in (Education-Early the College’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) program. Her Childhood birth-4th creativity in the classroom, her warm and perceptive style and Grade) her commitment to mothers returning to school inspired the ECE advisory committee and faculty to establish an award in her name. The Ruth Holmes Bacon Award of Excellence provides $1,500 toward tuition, to a graduate of the ECE program who demonstrates professional promise. Scholarship funds are sent directly to the baccalaureate- degree granting institution to which the recipient is transferring. Ruth Homles Bacon Established in 2004, the Award honors the late Ruth Bacon, N/A Minority Student an instructor in the Early Childhood Education program at Fellowship Community College of Philadelphia. This scholarship is designed to increase the involvement of students of Asian and Hispanic origins in the Early Childhood Education program. The Ruth Homles Bacon Minority Student Fellowship provides up to $1,500 toward tuition to a current student at the College pursuing an associates degree in Early Childhood Education. Scholarship funds will be applied directly to the recipients tuition account. Students of Asian and Hispanic descent strongly encoraged to apply. Ruth Rovner The Ruth Rovner Scholarship recognizes a student for N/A Scholarship academic achievement and for success in coping with challenges and overcoming barriers to reach goals. Community service and volunteer activities will also be a consideration, but not a requirement. Financial need will also be considered. The Ruth Rovner Scholarship provides $1,000 toward tuition to one (1) part-time or full-time student. Scholarship recipients who maintain their eligibility at the end of the first year of the scholarship award may be eligible to receive a second year of funding. Ryan L. Thorne Established by a graduate of Community College of N/A Technical Philadelphia, The Ryan L. Thorne Technical Achievement Achievement Scholarship provides $500 toward tuition to an outstanding Scholarship student pursuing a baccalaureate degree in a Science, Mathematics, Engineering, or Technology at a four-year institution. Sandra Lynn Barnett The Sandra Lynn Barnett Scholarship Award was established N/A Scholarship Award in 2004 with a gift from the estate of Sandra Lynn Barnett, a longtime employee in the College’s Counseling department. The Sandra Lynn Barnett Scholarship provides a cash award for up to six (6) students pursuing an associates degree at thehttps://ccp.scholarships.ngwebsolutions.com/ScholarX_ScholarshipSearchResult.aspx 5/7
  • 6. 12/7/12 Scholarship Search Result Community College of Philadelphia. Shirley P. Thomas The Shirley P. Thomas Scholarship provides up to $1,000 to N/A Scholarship two (2) part-time students, and up to $2,000 to a full-time student pursuing a non-traditional degree. Scholarship funds will be applied directly to recipients tuition accounts in equal disbursements for the fall and spring semesters. Females are strongly encouraged to apply. Terri Lynne Lokoff Fred and Kay Lokoff established the Terri Lynne Lokoff Child N/A Child Care Care Foundation to honor the memory of their daughter, Terri Foundation Lynne, who died tragically in an automobile accident. The Terri Scholarship Lynne Lokoff Child Care Foundation Scholarship provides up to $1,500 toward tuition to two (2) students graduating from the College’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) program. Scholarship recipients must be committed to working in child care, or to continuing their formal education in the field. Scholarship funds will be sent directly to the baccalaureate degree-granting institution to which the recipient is transferring. The Benson Jacobs The Benson Jacobs Quinn Scholarship was established in N/A Quinn Scholarship memory of Rose and Herb Jacobs and Emma and John Quinn, who cherished education. This scholarship is intended to support a low-income student who values education and is pursuing an associate’s degree. The Jane Pepper The Jane G. Pepper Scholarship provides $400 toward tuition N/A Scholarship to one student who is committed to beautifying and protecting our planet Earth. Applicants must participate in community endeavors associated with environmental issues. This award is open to students who completed, or are currently enrolled in Earth Science 111 – Environmental Conservation during the fall semester. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25. Scholarship funds will be applied directly to the recipients tuition account for the spring semester. The Joseph and The Joseph and Freda Lapin Memorial Scholarship provides N/A Freda Lapin up to $1,000 toward tuition to a graduating high school senior Memorial from George Washington High School, who will enter Scholarship Community College of Philadelphia to pursue an associate’s degree. Scholarship funds will be applied directly to the recipients tuition account in equal disbursements for the fall and spring semesters. The Robert S. King The Robert S. King Scholarship awards a two-year N/A Scholarship scholarship to 20 outstanding graduates from public or nonpublic, registered or licensed, diploma-granting high schools in the city of Philadelphia. The scholarship covers tuition and fees at the College for students who enroll full-time in programs leading to an associate’s degree. The Thelma The Thelma Rebecca Dyer Caswell Scholarship will provide a N/A Rebecca Dyer tuition award to a student enrolled in the Culinary Arts (CAHM) Caswell Scholarship program. Students must have earned 12 or more credits at the College and be enrolled at least part-time (6 or more credit hours). A minimum 3.0 grade point average is required. Single parents/children of a single parent are encouraged to apply. Theresa Vuong Flynn The Theresa Vuong Flynn Scholarship honors the late N/A Memorial Theresa Vuong Flynn, an instructor in the Early Childhood Scholarship Education program at Community College of Philadelphia. The Theresa Vuong Flynn Scholarship provides up to $500 toward tuition to a current student who will complete his/her studies at the College in an associate’s degree program. Vietnamese and minority students are encouraged to apply. Thomas W. Langfitt, The Thomas W. Langfitt, Jr. Memorial Award for Volunteer N/A Jr. Memorial Award Community Service provides up to $1,000 toward tuition to for Volunteer one student annually who demonstrates the ability to achieve Community Service in academic and community endeavors.https://ccp.scholarships.ngwebsolutions.com/ScholarX_ScholarshipSearchResult.aspx 6/7
  • 7. 12/7/12 Scholarship Search Result VIST Financial Future The VIST Financial Future Business Scholarship is awarded N/A Business to outstanding students pursuing an associate’s degree in a Scholarship Business curriculum. Wells Fargo The Wells Fargo Scholars Program was established to N/A Scholars Program recognize students who demonstrate the ability to achieve in academic and community endeavors and who have overcome barriers on the way to success. Specifically, this scholarship program will provide financial support to low-income single mothers or fathers pursuing an associate’s degree, with preference given to a student pursuing a degree in a business-related field (Marketing, Accounting, etc.). Individuals must be TANF eligible and/or Pell eligible to qualify. Refine Search New Search - Get started today!https://ccp.scholarships.ngwebsolutions.com/ScholarX_ScholarshipSearchResult.aspx 7/7