Private scholarships and other funding resources are available to students through private foundations and/or external organizations. Certain private scholarships may be available to students regardless of their immigration status. MCC is not responsible for any of the information provided by external organizations.
All God’s Children Collector’s Club of Arizona. The Vera Brooks High School Scholarship was established in the amount of $150.00 to honor the efforts and contributions of Vera Brooks, as one of the club’s founders and for her spirit of service to the club as Vice-President and the Program Social Chair.
Total Scholarship Funds: Varies
Individual Awards: Varies
Teacher Education And Compensation Helps (T.E.A.C.H.) Early Childhood® is a comprehensive scholarship program that links training, compensation, and commitment to improving the quality of early childhood care and education experiences for young children and their families.
There are four components to the T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® Program:
Child care center teachers, directors, and family child care providers may be eligible for a scholarship if they:
Visit their website to download the application and for additional information.
One of the major purposes of the Foundation is to provide funds for education programs and scholarships for persons pursuing studies in topics and subjects directly and indirectly related to the cattle industry. Each year, the Foundation awards scholarships to deserving high school seniors and college undergraduates. The amount of scholarships awarded varies, depending on available funds and number of applicants.
The A.W. Bodine-Sunkist Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Arthur W. Bodine, a distinguished director of Sunkist Growers and a respected agricultural leader, to provide funds for undergraduate students from agricultural backgrounds who are in need of financial assistance to further their educations.
The scholarships are available to students entering any undergraduate grade level who are enrolled in or have applications pending at an accredited college and plan to pursue a course of study leading to a recognized degree. While the award amount may vary, it averages $2,000.00 per academic year. In addition, selection is based on a combination of college board test scores, an essay and references.
Scholarships are renewable, based on an annual review for up to four years of full-time undergraduate study, and it may be extended under special circumstances. While in college, the recipients must maintain good academic and disciplinary standings, carry at least 12 graded units per trm and earn a minimum 2.7 grade point average.
A completed application package is essential for consideration. Students must complete the confidential application which includes:
In keeping with its long-standing tradition of helping women succeed, the Talbots Charitable Foundation is proud to present a scholarship program for women looking to return to college later in life. This program is for the 2014 academic year and includes one $30,000 Nancy Talbot Scholarship Award, which is named in memory of the founder of Talbots, and 30 $5000 awards. The application deadline is Monday, January 20, 2014. Only the first 5,000 eligible applications received will be processed. Applications are available online at https://www.scholarshipamerica.org/talbotswomen
Applicants to the 2014 Talbots Women's Scholarship Program must:
This program is sponsored by The Talbots Charitable Foundation and administered by Scholarship America. It is for the 2014 academic year and awards are payable to each recipient's college, university or vocational-technical school. The Nancy Talbot Award will be presented to an extraordinary finalist distinguished by her entrepreneurial spirit, commitment to community service, academic credentials, recommendations and financial need.
It's time to apply for the Maricopa Foundation Scholarships. There are a number of scholarships with many different qualification criteria.
Go to the Maricopa Foundation website for more information.
Download the guidelines and application.
OR call the Honors Dept. at 480-461-7079
Awarded to students who have completed an associate's degree with a cumulative transfer GPA of 3.75 or higher. Students who have completed an associate's degree from a Maricopa Community College with a cumulative transfer GPA of 3.50-3.74 may also be considered for this award, contingent upon available funding. To learn more:
Kaplan believes a university should adapt to its students, and not the other way around. That's why Kaplan University has partnered with Maricopa Community Colleges to offer their graduates a 10% tuition reduction and opportunities to benefit from various scholarships. Kaplan University offers four scholarship programs to eligible students. To learn more: