Scholarships, internships and community volunteer opportunities can make a difference in your high school experience, and help you on your journey to a college degree.
For questions about scholarship applications or internships, please talk to your guidance counselor.
Missouri First Congressional Youth Cabinet 2015
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St. Louis Graduates
St. Louis Graduates, a partnership of local organizations focused on the success of high school students, has a great resource for scholarships. Scholarship Central has details about available opportunities. - Scholarship Central
Missouri A+ Schools Program, Scholarships
CPA is a designated Missouri A+ Program school. Students who participate in the Missouri A+ Program can qualify for free tuition to any two-year community college or career training program in the state of Missouri. Students must maintain eligibility in high school to receive the program benefits. - Missouri A+ Program
The Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis
The Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis, a federally qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, opens doors to higher education through direct assistance programs for students and through active participation in many aspects of the St. Louis regional community. sfstl.org
National Society of Black Engineers, St. Louis Chapter
The local chapter of NSBE is accepting applications for its 2016 scholarship program. The application deadline is May 13, 2016. Details about the application are listed below - 2016 NSBE Scholarship Announcement.