Central Alabama Community College Scholarship Update

We have decided to extend our scholarship deadline one more time. The new deadline is Thursday, April 1st. As you all know, this past year has presented unprecedented challenges. We just want to make sure every student has the opportunity to apply. We appreciate all of the hard work and effort you have put into promoting CACC. Please let all of your seniors know about the extension. Here is the link once again:

http://www.cacc.edu/financial-aid/scholarships

Scholarships | Central Alabama Community College | Alabama Community Colleges
Central Alabama Community College offers competitive scholarships to qualified students. Scholarship applications are available on the website. Application must be on Central Alabama Scholarship Application forms and be accompanied by all required documents as listed on the application.

http://www.cacc.edu/

Lhoist North America Community Scholarship

Lhoist North America desires to support the community by offering a scholarship opportunity to graduating high school seniors.

The Lhoist North America Community Scholarship is available to students in the 2021 graduating class. A $1,000 scholarship will be granted to the student most deserving based on financial need, demonstrated moral integrity, involvement in outside activities and work ethics with a clearly articulated career goal.

A committee of Lhoist North America employees will select the scholarship recipient. Applications must be received in our local office no later than April 5, 2021. Students should mail or email applications and supporting documents to Emily Kelley’s attention at the address below.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks,

Emily Kelley
Sr. HR Manager
East Lime Region

Lhoist North America
3309 Hwy. 31
Calera, AL 35040

O: 205.402.1517
M: 205.603.1615

emily.kelley@lhoist.com

OLJ Scholarship

This Memorial Scholarship is established to honor the memory of our beloved mother Mrs. Ora Jones who passed away on March 30, 2011 from Congestive Heart Disease. Throughout her life she significantly impacted and influenced countless individuals by rendering sacrificial service. This scholarship is established with the following goal in mind: to help educate a child in order to motivate them to live out the principles modeled by our mother so that they can demonstrate a life of service by giving back and helping someone else along life’s journey.

Qualifications:

  1. Must have an acceptance letter to either a 2 yr. or 4 yr. college or university.
  2. Must have at least a 2.75 cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale.
  3. Must submit a 1000 word essay which depicts the importance of the scholarship and describe how they will use
    their education to give back to the community.
  4. Must provide a cover letter with the following:
    a. Full name
    b. Address, phone number, email, and name of high school you will graduate from
    c. A brief biography about yourself

Deadline for entry: Friday, April 23, 2021
Scholarships awarded: $500-1,000 each
Applications may be uploaded to the Ora L. Jones Foundation website at http://www.orajonesfoundation.org

Shelby County Education Association Scholarships

Each year the SCEA presents $1000 scholarships in two categories: student and member.  The student scholarships are awarded to graduating high school seniors who are children or grandchildren of SCEA members.  The member scholarship is awarded to an SCEA member who is furthering his or her career by seeking an advanced college degree in an education-related field. 

Attached are the applications for these two scholarships.  All guidelines must be followed correctly for the application to be accepted.  The completed packet of materials must be received by Friday, April 2nd at 3:00 pm.  No electronic applications are accepted.

These scholarships are only for active members of the Shelby County Education Association.  (Support personnel should contact Kenneth Dukes and/or Sharon Martin.) Please let Stephanie Triplett, at Oak Mountain High School, know if you have any questions.  

Career Choices Session

Shelby Emergency Assistance will be hosting a Career Choices seminar.

Tuesday, March 2
10:00 am – 11:00 am

Career Choices
~Identifying Your Work Values
~Identifying Your Skills
~Identifying Your Interests
~Aligning your career choice with your values, skills, and interests
~Job Categories
~Online Career Assessment and website

Emily Hines, M. ED.
Certified Workforce Development Professional
Alabama Cooperative Extension System
eah0047@auburn.edu
Office: 205-221-3392

Zoom registration link: https://auburn.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0qcuqurDgoHtZBTTJwjy-advikOQDrxFn4

Mary Lou Kelley Scholarship

The Wilsonville United Methodist Women are once again accepting applications for the Marylou Kelley Scholarship.

Your application MUST INCLUDE the following attachments:
1. Your current RESUM√Č, which must include any awards, honors, recognitions you have received, as well as all extra-curricular activities (school, community, civic, church) you have participated in, and volunteer experience during your high school years.
2. An original ESSAY describing your college and career goals, and how this scholarship will help you to attain these goals. You must include information about your family circumstances that could hinder your ability to pay for a college education, and why you feel you should receive this scholarship award.
3. Official high school TRANSCRIPT certified by a high school official.
4. Official copy of your ACT/SAT Scores.
5. PROOF OF ACCEPTANCE into college, university, or technical school.
6. TWO LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION. Letters cannot be written by a relative.
A. One letter must be from a teacher regarding applicant’s accomplishments in his/her class.
B. One letter must be from a pastor, youth minister, youth counselor, or school counselor
regarding applicant’s attitude, ability to relate well to others, and his/her moral
character.

The completed application (page 1) and ALL attachments as listed above MUST BE MAILED in a single envelope AND MUST BE POSTMARKED no later than APRIL 15 to be considered. There will be NO EXCEPTIONS!

If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Janet W. Smith by phone or text at 205-746-2632 or by email at smithjanet1952@gmail.com.