The SPARKS Foundation will once again award college scholarships to high school students who plan to pursue a research major at the college.
The organizers of the foundation said that the group is a non-profit organization that inspires young minds through science, providing funding for the following: school or evening scientific meetings, practical visits to scientific classes, family science evenings and professional development; scholarship opportunities for children to attend summer science camps or extracurricular science clubs; and scholarships for high school students who plan to enroll in college majoring in science.
The foundation each year allocates money for six $ 1,000 scholarships to deserving students and invites high school students receiving a science education to visit www.sparksfoundation.org/scholarships to apply.
The deadline is April 8. Applications and attachments can be sent electronically or by mail.
Bingaman, Hess, Coblentz & Bell PC are again offering two scholarships based on financial needs of $ 1,000 each for high school graduates attending any public school in Berks County.
Scholarships are available to applicants enrolling in any two- or four-year accredited institution of higher learning and open to any course of study, organizers said.
The deadline for applications is May 1.
For more information on the requirements and application process students
it is recommended to visit www.bingamanhess.com/scholarship-program.
The American University Women’s Reading Office will award scholarships of up to $ 2,000 each in 2022-23 to Berks County women enrolled in full-time or part-time graduate school.
Applicants must be natives or residents of Berks County. Success in studies is expected and it is necessary to show financial need, the organizers said. Funds for scholarships are raised through the annual Book Bonanza sale.
Applications are available at http://reading-pa.aauw.net.
The deadline for applications is May 26.