SALINA, KANS. — Jordan Matheney, of Hanford, was one of 150 Kansas Wesleyan University students named to the Dean's Honor Roll for the Fall 2017 semester. Full-time students with a semester grade point average of 3.25-3.74 and no incompletes are listed on the Dean's Honor Roll at the end of each semester.
Golden 1 Credit Union Scholarships: Golden 1 Credit Union announced the continuation of its scholarship program, which will award $400,000 in scholarships to qualified applicants this year. The Golden 1 Scholarship program application period will remain open until Jan. 18. For more information about the Golden 1 Scholarship program, please visit: https://www.golden1.com/scholarships/default.
World Ag Expo and E.M. Tharp, Inc. scholarship: The “We Believe in Growing” scholarship is two $10,000 scholarships to be given out to students planning to attend a four-year university to major in an agricultural field, disbursed over four years at $2,500 a year. High school seniors from Kings, Tulare, Fresno, Madera and Kern counties are eligible to apply. The students must submit their applications by Jan. 19. Applications can be found online at http://bit.ly/2hX6VKa.
PG&E Scholarship: Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) are accepting scholarship applications for college-bound high schoolers as well as current college and continuing students living in Northern and Central California. More than 200 awards totaling nearly $700,000 are being made available through PG&E Scholarships, which includes the Better Together STEM Scholarship and employee resource group (ERG) scholarship programs. PG&E Scholarships information, including criteria and applications, is available at http://bit.ly/2nUk360. To be considered for a scholarship, all applications must be submitted by Feb. 5.
Kings County Black History Committee scholarship: Kings County high school seniors are eligible to apply for the annual scholarship. Pick up applications at your high school office or The Sentinel, 300 W. 6th St, Hanford. Requirements: Completed application, two letters of recommendation (one from an educator) and an type written essay, (essay instructions are in the application.) All applications must be received via mail or email no later than Jan. 26. Mail applications to: Kings County Black History Committee, P.O. Box 224, Hanford Ca. 93232. Email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions: Contact Paula Massey at 761-4690. Notifications will of winners will be Feb. 9.
Cabrillo Club: The Cabrillo Clubs of California is offering $500 scholarships to high school senior students. To qualify, a student must be of Portuguese descent have a GPA of 3.5 or better all four years of high school and be involved in extracurricular activities. Scholarship applications are available by clicking the scholarship link at www.cabrillocivicclubs.org. Applications must be postmarked by March 14 and submitted with transcripts and three letters of recommendation to: Breck Austin, State Scholarship Chairman, 472 Paradise View Dr., Vista, CA 92083.
Audrey Liebold Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship, being offered by The Kings Players, was established to honor one of the Kings Player’s founders and greatest advocates, Audrey Leibold. Eligible students must be a graduating high school senior and intend to pursue a career and or make a contribution in the field of the Performing Arts. All applications are due by April 1. For more information, contact your high school or college career counselor, or email Scholarship Chairman, Kim Spicer at email@example.com.
Hanford Garden Club Scholarship: Hanford Garden Club is offering scholarships to graduating seniors from schools in Kings County in the amount of $500 each. Students must be planning a career related to the objectives of the Hanford Garden Club. This may include; botany conservation, entomology, floriculture, forestry, horticulture, landscape architecture, plant biology and/or plant genetics, urban planning, agriculture or research in allied fields. Consideration will be given to grades, extracurricular activities, and financial need. School transcript is required, along with three letters of recommendation which discuss scholastic ability, personal character, and work related experiences of applicant [each letter limited to one page]. Submission deadline is April 1, to the Scholarship Chairman, Pat Scialo, 2011 Idaho Ave., Hanford, CA 93230. Questions: Call 686-8166.
Inter-Ed in search of local coordinators: International Education Student Exchange Programs (Inter-Ed), a non-profit high school organization, is currently looking for local coordinators to contact local high schools for their acceptance of our students, ages 15-17-years. Locate and interview potential host families. Hold both host family and student orientations. Connect with host families and students on a monthly basis and plan activities for the host families and their students throughout the school year. The position is a part-time, work from home, volunteer position, with a stipend for each student placed in a host home. Information: Contact Inter-Ed by calling either 208-358-4480 or 209-422-6145, email C. Berger at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.inter-ed for more information.
Inter-Ed in search of host families: International Education Student Exchange Programs (Inter-Ed), a non-profit high school organization, is currently looking for volunteer host families to host international students participating in our high school cultural exchange program. Information: Contact Inter-Ed by calling either 208-358-4480 or 209-422-6145, email C. Berger at email@example.com or visit www.inter-ed for more information.