Herb Schlaughenhoupt, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
This program offers two $500 awards to students who are afflicted with hemophilia other similar bleeding disorders or who have an afflicted family member. Applicants must be a resident of Kentucky and maintain primary care for the affliction in the state as well. In order to apply for the scholarship, applicants should access the contact link on the Kentucky Hemophilia Foundation, Inc. website. Request an application and instructions for other submissions. The scholarship deadline is updated annually. You can find more information here.
Kentucky College Access Program Grant (CAP)
This grant offers $1,900 need-based awards to students who are intending to enroll part-time or more at an accredited two or four-year participating, college or university. Applicants must be a resident of the state of Kentucky with no KHEAA financial obligations in default. Candidates must submit a completed application and the FAFSA. Awards are distributed while they last. The scholarship deadline is updated annually on the website. You can find more information online.
Kentucky Early Childhood Development Scholarship
This Kentucky program provides $1,800 scholarships to students intending to enroll at accredited two or four-year colleges and universities to major in early childhood education. Eligible applicants are Kentucky residents who are U.S. citizens or otherwise legally living in the state, enrolled in a minimum of nine credit hours each term at an approved institution while employed twenty hours a week at a participating early child childhood facility. Candidates should create an online account to submit the application along with FAFSA. The scholarship deadline is updated annually on the website. You can find more information on their website.
Louis-Edward Nicklies Scholarship
The Louis-Edward Nicklies Scholarship offers awards based on financial need to students who are pursuing a career in Law, Engineering, Teaching, Medicine, or Christian Ministry through their studies at an accredited college or university including any School of Divinity in Jefferson county, Kentucky. Applicants must submit a completed application, Confidential Financial Information Form, an official transcript, and a personal resume detailing your extracurricular activities, honors, awards, and community service and leadership skills. The scholarship deadline is March 28, 2017.
Southern Automotive Women’s Forum Scholarship
The Automotive Women’s Forum offers awards between $500 – $5,000 to women enrolling or already enrolled in a STEM field of study at an accredited two or four-year college or university or a graduate program of study in any of the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 as a high school applicant and a 3.0 when enrolled in the chosen major. Candidate must submit an online application with a resume of academic achievements including extracurricular activities, community service and relevant employment. The scholarship deadline is December 1, 2016.