The Hispanic Business Council of the Kissimmee/Osceola Chamber of Commerce scholarship application now is available for students in Osceola who would like to attend Valencia College.
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Visit www.valencia.org/scholarship and apply. Applications must be submitted online by July 31 at 11:59 p.m. Apply online and submit early because there are no extensions for technical difficulties.
Valencia has hundreds of scholarships available throughout the year. This one application to Valencia Foundation will be considered for multiple scholarship opportunities: eligibility can be need based, community service related, student extracurricular activities, club associated and more.
Questions regarding the online scholarship application can be directed via email to Jen Bhagirath: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call the Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce at 407-847-3174.
Scholarships are available for low-income students to attend First United Methodist School, 122 W. Sproule Ave., Kissimmee. Low income students who want to attend the school this fall can apply now for a state-backed scholarship. For the coming year, this Florida Tax Credit Scholarship administered by the nonprofit Step Up For Students will be worth up to a projected $4,335.
Qualification guidelines and applications are available online at http://www.StepUpForStudents.org. Parents who want more information or assistance with the application can call 1-877-735-7837. K-12 Scholarships are available on a first-come, first served basis. For information about the school or a tour call 407-847-8805 or visit www.fums.org.
Florida Institute of technology, a private university in Melbourne, has established two new scholarship progams that will award up to $1 million in scholarships each year to Valencia College graduates who elect to attend the university.
The first Scholarship program, known as the Florida Tech Presidential Scholarship for Valencia College Transfer Students, will provide full tuition to 10 Valencia graduates each year. In addition to that program, Florida Tech has set up a second scholarship program that will allow Valencia College President Sandy Shugart to award 10 Valencia scholarships that are valued at $15,000 a year.
This scholarship is open to Valencia students who are applying for admission to Florida Tech in the fall. Florida Tech guarantees that the winners will receive a combination of federal and state grants equal to Florida Tech’s full tuition cost for one year at $34,150.
For more information about this scholarship contact Florida Tech’s financial aid office at 321-674-8070 or go to http://www.fit.edu/ugrad/transfer/.