The Latino Generations Scholarship Fund serves as a sustainable launching platform aimed at helping Latinos succeed and for reducing the disparities across the county. The intent of the Latino Generations Scholarship Program is to provide financial support to high school seniors or college student transfers who will be attending either a two-year college, four-year university, or a certified vocational training institution.
This scholarship, of up to $1,000 and for students excited about STEM, was created in 2005 to honor the late Timothy Conley Baldwin. Tim started visiting San Benito County regularly in 1962 and moved here in 2001. He was a graduate of the University of San Francisco. Tim was employed by UCSF in the Department of Environmental Health and Safety, as well as the Human Resources Department. He was a past member of the Press and Union League Club and was active in volunteer work
This scholarship, of up to $2,000, was created in 2005 to honor the late Timothy Conley Baldwin. Tim started visiting San Benito County regularly in 1962 and moved here in 2001. He was a graduate of the University of San Francisco. Tim was employed by UCSF in the Department of Environmental Health and Safety, as well as the Human Resources Department. He was a past member of the Press and Union League Club and was active in volunteer work.
Explore Google’s student and travel scholarships, both aiming to support and inspire pursuing careers in technology.
Growing demand and lack of qualified workers in skilled trades like the moving industry means it’s a great time to go back to school and enter these lucrative and fast-growing industries. To help keep up with demand and assist the next generation of professionals, HireAHelper will award a $2,000 scholarship four times a year to eligible students.
Pajaro Valley Chamber of Commerce provides scholarships to deserving area youth that have need of financial assistance, are active in supporting the community in which they live and show an eagerness to achieve through knowledge by intending to pursue post-high school course of study at either college/university, trade or another post-
secondary educational institution.
Applicants must live within the boundaries of Pajaro Valley Unified School District, be a graduating high school senior, demonstrate positive-impact involvement in some form of community service, and must be accepted in a trade or post-secondary institutions.
California State University Monterey Bay (CSUMB) provides a list of external scholarships and links to their applications and sites. They are awarded by private outside agencies directly to students, CSUMB Financial Aid & Scholarship Office and/or various departments on campus.
The Middlebury Institute offers a variety of competitive scholarships toward their on-site master’s programs for both U.S. and international students. Scholarships offered are merit and need-based. To apply, submit your application for admission and upload personal scholarship statements as part of your online application.
The Gavilan Promise Program is designed to provide first-time college students with access to affordable higher education and to increase college-going and completion rates in our service area. Students must be first-time to college students, California resident or AB 540 status, complete Gavilan CCC Apply application, complete a FAFSA or Dream Act application, complete online orientation, and be enrolled as full-time students.
Northern California Carpenters/Thomas A. Morton Memorial Scholarship Foundation will award 100 scholarships to the sons and daughters of Carpenter members who are in good standing with the Local Unions in the 46 Northern California Counties.
The Paul Walker Youth Award recognizes a young person, age 16 to 22, who is an ocean conservation champion. The Paul Walker Foundation provides a scholarship to each youth award winner to help them pursue marine science/environmental studies in college.
The California Strawberry Scholarship Program has awarded more than $2.6 million to hundreds of children of strawberry farmworkers. Scholarship awards provide assistance with tuition, room and board, textbooks, and other educational expenses associated with college enrollment.
The Gavilan Scholarship Program has helped students achieve their educational goals. Gavilan College offers numerous need and merit-based scholarships for part-time and full-time students in most academic majors. These awards are funds for school-related expenses that you do not repay. All continuing Gavilan College students, transfer students, and new students, including graduating high school students, may apply. Applying for scholarships is free.
Pacific Grove Hyperbaric Chamber awards two $1,000 scholarships to students in their senior year of high school who are residents of Monterey, Santa Cruz or San Benito County in honor of Dr. Tak Hattori who served as the Medical Director for 44 years.
The Bank of America Merrill Lynch Diversity Scholarship of Distinction supports the bank’s commitment to recognizing top campus talent and awards high achieving candidates from historically underrepresented groups the opportunity to excel in the classroom and within the financial services industry.
Each year, Eden Housing awards its residents with monetary assistance to meet their academic and career goals. To date, they have awarded 410 scholarships totaling $555,000 including residents at California State Universities Monterey Bay as well as many local community colleges among others. For more information, contact Eden Housing.
Community Housing Improvement Systems & Planning Association (CHISPA) funds scholarships for students whose families live in CHISPA homes or apartments entering or attending Hartnell College, California State University at Monterey Bay (CSUMB), and to various accredited colleges through the Community Foundation for Monterey County (CFMC) scholarships.
Modern Woodmen awards $450,000 each year to member students through Make An Impact Scholarships. This scholarship competition rewards students who are volunteering in their communities. High school seniors can apply for one of 198 scholarships awarded annually. Talk to your Modern Woodmen representative for more details.
Intended for responsible youth who want to make a better life for themselves, demonstrate leadership potential and/or provide positive role models for other youth, show the ability to make good choices, and who desire to improve their skills and abilities to succeed in the workplace. Scholarships are up to $1,000 per person and should be used to offset the costs for tuition, books, fees, transportation costs and other related and relevant training expenses. Applicants for the Dwight Brydie Scholarship Fund must be: 1) Currently participating in a youth employment program 2) In high school and planning on attending college or post-secondary education or training or attending college or post-secondary education or training 3) Between the ages of 16 and 24 and 4) A resident of California.
The Ocean Mist Farms Academic Scholarship Program awards a total of six $1,000 academic scholarships each year to deserving students. Two $1,000 scholarships are available exclusively to a dependent of an Ocean Mist Farms Affiliate Company employee. Students must live in Monterey, Riverside, San Benito or Santa Cruz counties.