The New York Schools Insurance Foundation is offering three scholarships. The deadline is April 8, 2019. Top awards will be presented in May 2019 at the NYSIR annual meeting. The Cristin Ann Bambino scholarship is for college-bound special education students. Students who are have excelled in design during high school are eligible for the Paul Jensen scholarship. The Joseph Goncalves Student Humanitarian scholarship is available to a student who demonstrates involvement and works for a cause or organization that promotes social justice. For more information, click here.
Please review the information below to assist in the completion of the FAFSA form on time to enable students to be eligible for federal financial aid.
SUNY Financial Aid Day events for students and their parents to attend. (Click here to review upcoming events.)
-An effort called SUNY Smart Track which is a collection of resources to help students and families that can be found at SUNY Smart Track
New York State Society of CPAs
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE ACCOUNTING PROFESSION (COAP) APPLICATION
AT SUNY New Paltz
Monday, June 24 – Thursday, June 28, 2019
The COAP program provides students with a unique introduction to the accounting profession. Participants will be exposed to career opportunities in the accounting field and will get a firsthand look at the role that CPAs play in the business world. By attending sessions on campus, interacting with students from other schools who share similar interests and career goals, and touring local businesses and firms, those who complete the program will take with them the sense of having been part of something special.
For high school juniors who will be entering their senior year and who identify as a minority.
Details about the program visit https://www.nysscpa.org/
Multiple scholarships available to New York residents/students - with different criteria for each scholarship. Click here for further information.
In addition to substantial financial assistance, gives its participants direction, purpose and, a career as a Marine Corps Officer. Must be a U.S. Citizen; Be 17 years of age by September 1 of the year starting college and less than 23 years of age on June 30 of that year; be a high school graduate or possess a GED by August 1 of the same year of anticipated entrance into the four-year NROTC Scholarship Program; Be physically qualified by Marine Corps standards; Have no moral obligations or personal convictions that will be prevent conscientious bearing of arms, and supporting and defending the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign or domestic; Have no criminal record o f military or civilian offenses; Achieve qualifying scores on the SAT or ACT; apply for and gain admission to the approved NROTC college or university. Click here for details.
The Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley currently administers over 60 scholarships for Hudson Valley and the surrounding counties. Click here to search their database for available scholarships.
Directory of Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley
Grant Application for Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley
Click here for the Informational Scholarship flyer.