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Programs that provide or assist students to apply for awards which usually involve money and/or reduced tuition. Included are both needs-based scholarships which are awarded to outstanding students who are in financial need and honorary scholarships which are awarded on the basis of merit alone and normally carry a nominal monetary award. Scholarship funds come from many sources including private endowments, alumni contributions, college or university funds, individual departments or outside organizations.

Found 8 resources (displaying 8)

Thru: Urban League of Rochester New York

Black Scholars Program: African American high school students who are on track to graduate with a B or higher grade point average. Offers various programming for youth in grades 5-12.

Urban League of Rochester New York

265 N Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY

9:00AM-5:00PM. After school programming during the school year runs from 3:00PM-6:30PM; Some evening and weekend activities.

Thru: Rochester Children's Scholarship Fund

RCSD students only. Students attending charter or private schools are not eligible. Check website for eligibility information and updates.

Rochester Children's Scholarship Fund

131 W Broad Street
Rochester, NY

Thru: National Kidney Foundation Serving Upstate and Western New York

Kidney patients and their families, health care professionals.

National Kidney Foundation Serving Upstate and Western New York

1344 University Avenue
Suite 270
Rochester, NY

Thru: American Council of the Blind

Blind or visually impaired people, families, friends, doctors, teachers.

Thru: Irondequoit Lions Club

Resident of the Town of Irondequoit.

Irondequoit Lions Club

32 Vinton Road
Rochester, NY

Meetings: 4th M 6:00PM at the Irondequoit Public Library 1290 Titus Ave, Rochester, NY 14617.

Thru: National Federation of the Blind

For NFB Scholarships an application is required, and visual impairment must be documented.

National Federation of the Blind of New York

2175 Sheridan Drive
Buffalo, NY

Thru: Wayne Action for Racial Equality

High school seniors in area served who identify as Black or African American and plan to continue schooling after graduation (2 or 4-year college, trade, technical, or professional school).

Wayne Action for Racial Equality

PO Box 324
Sodus, NY

Thru: Webster Community Chest

Resident of area served.

Webster Community Chest

1000 Ridge Road
Webster, NY