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Featured Scholarships

Available scholarships are not limited to the list below as more opportunities are also available on behalf of one's own research.
Scholarships are time limited, please plan accordingly.

Local Scholarships

The application window for Local Scholarships have begun. Please read the scholarship guidebook thoroughly (Step 1) before proceeding to the online application form (Step 2).

Step 1. Read 2022 Local Scholarship Booklet

Step 2. Local Scholarship Application
* You must be signed in with your SUSD Google account.

For questions & concerns please contact rosie_gonzalez@sangerusd.net



Highlighted Scholarship Opportunities

Scholarships are listed in the order of nearest deadline. This list is subjected to change as more scholarships become available and as existing ones expire.

Sanger Foundation Senior Scholarship

Due date: March 7, 2022

The Foundation for Sanger Schools has allocated nearly $20,000 for graduating senior for scholarships.  Scholarships will be considered for seniors who will be attending a junior college, a four year fully accredited college or university, or an accredited trade school.

Application

How to fill the application:

  • Log in to your SUSD Google account.
  • Click on the application link.
  • In the menu go to File and select Make a Copy. This will save a copy of the application to your Google Drive.
  • After you filled it out, go to File -> Download -> PDF

Tom Flores Youth Foundation Scholarship

Due date: March 7, 2022

The Tom Flores Youth Foundation is pleased to offer three $3,500 scholarships for graduating seniors in the areas of Visual & Performing Arts, Athletics and Science/STEM.

Application

How to fill the application:

  • Log in to your SUSD Google account.
  • Click on the application link.
  • In the menu go to File and select Make a Copy. This will save a copy of the application to your Google Drive.
  • After you filled it out, go to File -> Download -> PDF

Betty Rodriguez Memorial Scholarship Fund

Due date: January 28, 2022

The League of Mexican American Women is a community based organization that was established in 1973 by women who were previously involved in Fresno community’s social programs and politics. It was their intent to provide programs of awareness of all issues and to develop leadership programs that might address those issues. However they always kept in mind and did not want to abandon their Mexican culture, which provides a sense of pride and self-esteem for our community and for the next generation of Latinos.

More Info & Application

California Table Grape Scholarships

Due date: February 11, 2022

Giving back is the focus of the community outreach program funded by California table grape growers. Current efforts revolve around extending the benefits education provides by funding classroom grants for teachers and scholarships for graduating seniors.

More Info  Agriculture Scholarship  Field Worker Scholarship

Dr Eugene Kramer Scholarship for Future Doctors of America

Due date: February 15, 2022

This scholarship is available for students in the United States who are currently enrolled in a University or High School, and have plans to attend a University and plan to attend medical school in the future.  We realize the rising costs of medical school, and the scholarship is meant to give back to the next generation of doctors in America.

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Walter Morales Scholarship for Urban Education Improvement

Due date: February 15, 2022

The Walter Morales Scholarship announces the annual award directed towards a university student or high school senior in the United States who has an interest in improving the education system in the United States, and more specifically the education system in urban areas.

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Martin Helda Scholarship for Entrepreneurs

Due date: March 15, 2022

America’s future entrepreneurs can apply here to the Martin Helda Scholarship for Entrepreneurs for a chance to be awarded $1,000.  A single student will be awarded the scholarship to the winner of an essay contest with details below.  Good luck to our next generation of entrepreneurs!

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The Fresno-Kings Counties CattleWomen Scholarship

Due date: April 1, 2022

Fresno-Kings Counties CattleWomen scholarships may be awarded in the amount of $500 to $1,000. Scholarships may be used at any two or four-year college or university. Scholarships may be awarded to high school seniors or college freshman or sophomores.

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Darden Architects Student Scholarship Program

Due date: May 2, 2022

Every Year, the Darden Architects Scholarship Committee selects student(s) originally from Fresno,Madera, Kern, Kings & Tulare Counties, to be recipients of a $1,000 college scholarship. The scholarshipis only offered to students who are currently, or will be, attending California Polytechnic StateUniversity, San Luis Obispo, and majoring in Architecture.

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Asian Pacific Scholarship Fund

Due date: Varies. See link for more information.

We coordinate several scholarship programs that provide financial support to undergraduate and graduate students. Each program is tailored to reflect the donor’s personal interests, whether targeted to specific ethnicities, career paths, or backgrounds

This is an 'umbrella' scholarship which hosts multiple scholarships with different colleges.

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NROTC Preparatory Scholarships (NPS’s)

Due date: Varies. See link for more information.

Under the NPSR program interested high school students may apply for one-year university, or privately funded scholarships to support room, board and tuition while enrolled in a university NROTC preparatory program. University NROTC Prep programs are designed to improve midshipman candidates’ academic and life skills to prepare for the rigorous NROTC academic program.

This is an 'umbrella' scholarship which hosts multiple scholarships with different colleges.

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Beware of Scams

1. Fees should not be paid for scholarships (Applying for financial aid is free)

2. Never give credit card or bank account information

3. No one can guarantee that you'll win a scholarship

4. Legitimate scholarships require time & energy

5. Legitimate sponsors should provide contact information upon request

6. Be aware if you are called to receive an award for which you never applied

7. Don't be pressured into applying for a scholarship, especially if the sponsor is asking you to pay

8. Beware of claims of “exclusive” scholarships

9. An official-sounding name or endorsement doesn't automatically mean it's legitimate

10. If your questions aren't answered directly, proceed with caution

Contact your counselor if you are contacted by a scholarship scam