VTV Family Outreach Foundation Website Scholarships
Student ScholarshipsVirginia Tech Office of Recovery and Support: http://www.recovery.vt.edu/victims-funds.html and http://www.recovery.vt.edu/other-ways.html
The Ross A. Alameddine ’ 05 Memorial Scholarship: The scholarship will recognize a student achieving in language and technology at Austin Preparatory School, Reading, Massachusetts: http://www.austinprepschool.org/landingPage.aspx?pageId=1058§ionId=326
Brian Bluhm BCM Student Programming Fund, Baptist Collegiate Ministry: http:// www.recovery.vt.edu/other-ways.html
Brian Roy Bluhm Memorial Graduate Fellowship at Virginia Tech: http:// www.recovery.vt.edu/victims-funds.html
Matthew G. Gwaltney Scholarship given to a high school senior or student in college or trade school, judged in three categories: academic standing, extracurricular activities and community involvement. Given by the Richmond Chapter of the American Payroll Association: http://www.apa-richmond.com/mgg.php
Matthew G. Gwaltney Memorial Scholarship, c/o Chesterfield Public Education Foundation, given annually to a Thomas Dale High School senior planning to study engineering, math, science or journalism in college. http://www.cpefound.org/pdfs/scholarship.pdf
Virginia Tech Environmental & Water Resources Engineering Graduate program: http://www.weremember.vt.edu/biographies/gwaltney.html
Caitlin Hammaren Occupational Therapy Assistant Scholarship, given by the Caitlin Hammaren Occupational Therapy Assistant Scholarship Committee to Occupational Therapy Assistants who are in good standing and completing their final fieldwork, SUNY Rockland Community College,
Orange County Community Scholarship for Caitlin Hammaren (as a thank you for their assistance with Children’ s Community Chorus): http://yourcommunityfoundations.org/scholarships-available-to-students-through-community-foundation
Harvest Choral Concert and Caitlin Hammaren Dedication: http://www.minisink.com/index.php?id=100&tx_ttnews[tt_news]=1579&cHash=ddc9903b275a3965388e1ecb1c25a08d
Jeremy Herbstritt Scholarship, Bellefonte High school, Bellefonte, PA. This scholarship is sponsored by the Herbstritt family. The $1000 scholarship goes to a high school senior who has been on the track or cross-country team at least one year.
Applicants must write a 250-page paper answering the question " How will running affect my life in 5 years?"
Guidance counselors choose the recipient.
The Emily Jane Hilscher Passion Award given to Rappahannock County High School students nominated by their teachers and administrators and also to Skills USA to enable RCHS students to attend national competitions: www.emilyjanehilscher.com
Emily Jane Hilscher Memorial Fund, scholarship given by the College of Agriculture in support of a student in the Animal and Poultry Sciences Department
Emily Hilscher Scholarship at Belle Meade Day Camp in Sperryville, Virginia given annually to a child to receive two weeks at the camp: http://www.bellemeade.net/pages/camp.php
Emily Hilscher Memorial Scholarship by the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association: http://www.ihsainc.com/Scholarship/IEFScholarship/2010_IEF_Awards.aspx
Lane, Jarrett Lee
The Jarrett Lee Lane Memorial Fund to encourage deserving youth in Giles County: http://jarrettlane.us/contact.php
O’Neil, Daniel Patrick
Daniel Patrick O’Neil Memorial Scholarship, through the Rhode Island Foundation, for graduating seniors at Lincoln High School who will attend college, demonstrate financial need, participated in band or chorus, demonstrating passion and commitment to music. Through the Lincoln High School Guidance Department (401) 334-7500, x. 1149: http://www.rifoundation.org/Scholarships/ScholarshipOpportunities/tabid/190/Default.aspx
Dan O’Neil Engineering Design Award, Lafayette College: to support projects of senior engineering students, such as individual research, honors, work or design projects. http://www.lafayette.edu.
Juan Ortiz, Department of Civil Engineering of the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico Honor Roll Program Ceremony, during which a scholarship is given annually in Juan's name. This year, the ceremony took place on October 8, 2010 at the Amphitheater of the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico.
Minal Panchal, Rizvi College of Architecture, Bandra (W), Mumbai, India, an annual reward for the student who has the best-design in architecture in her institute. [Minal's design of her children’ s museum received the Best Design in Architecture]
Minal Panchal Architecture Award 2011: http://www.minalpanchal.org/
Perez, Daniel Cueva
Daniel Perez Cueva at one time had a scholarship at Woodbridge High School but because of lack of funds, the Woodbridge HS Key Club has not continued.
Pohle, Michael, Jr.
Michael Pohle Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund at Hunterdon Central Regional High School, Flemington, New Jersey
Pryde, JuliaScholarship Fund: http://www.bse.vt.edu/08/Julia.php
Mary Karen Read Memorial Scholarship [Annandale High School] Annual scholarship to an Annandale High School band student who is voted by their peers as being compassionate, caring and kind to the high education institution of their choice.
Mary Karen Read Memorial Scholarship [Virginia Tech]: Criteria for Selection: Student must be within the Interdisciplinary studies major, focusing on early-childhood development and/or PreK-6 education; http://www.rc.vt.edu/pk6/MKR_scholarship.html
Mary Karen Read Memorial Endowment Fund with the Northern Virginia Community Foundation that makes an annual grant in the areas of Education, Children and Youth and Community Improvement to promote quality education, community spirit and violence reduction in Fairfax County.
Poe Middle School M ary Read Spirit of the Band Award is given annually to the best all-around 8th grade band student.
Reema J. Samaha Memorial Scholarship Fund, for from Westfield High School and Herndon High School, who will attend Virginia institute of higher learning and who best exemplifies Reema Samaha’ s traits of academic excellence, respect for diversity, an open mind and a love of arts. A love of French is appreciated, but not required. http://www.novacf.org/page10002206.cfm
Turner, Maxine Shelly
Maxine Shelly Turner Memorial Scholarship Fund, through the Alpha Omega Epsilon National Foundation to help young women realize their dream of being engineers and scientists: http://www.aoefoundation.com/VTscholarship.html
Maxine Shelly Turner Memorial Scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate student who is majoring in Chemical Engineering and is also in the University Honors Program with demonstrated academic achievement. As a merit-based scholarship, preference shall not be given based on financial need.
Maxine Shelly Turner, or “ Max” to her friends and family, was an Honors student from Vienna, Va., set to graduate with a degree in chemical engineering in spring 2007. She was brilliant, beautiful, and extraordinarily talented. During her time here at Virginia Tech, she helped found a chapter of Alpha Omega Epsilon. As one of 12 founding members, Max believed in the importance of having a professional sorority for female engineers at a school known for its excellent engineering programs. She was very active within the sorority, holding such offices as community outreach chair and professional life chair. She was in the Hypatia class that encouraged the university to expand Hypatia, the Women in Engineering Learning Community, which brings together female first-year engineering students in a residential environment, from a one-year to a two-year program. She contributed to the Virginia Tech and Blacksburg community by volunteering for the Relay for Life, the Big Event, and at the animal shelter.
The Nicole White Scholarship will be presented to one senior at Smithfield High School each spring who best exemplifies the qualities of leadership in volunteerism as demonstrated by Nicole White while she was a student at both Smithfield High School and Virginia Tech. The scholarship will be in the amount of $5,000 to be used for tuition and fees for the first year of college.