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DMACC Foundation Scholarships
Every year the DMACC Foundation receives many generous gifts from individuals, corporations and foundations. These fundraising efforts combined with earnings from the Foundation's investments provide student scholarships to hundreds of students annually. One application lets students apply for all available Foundation scholarships. Information on how to apply, deadlines, and who is eligible.
»Foundation scholarship website.
»Step-By-Step Application Instructions
Covers any tuition and fee gaps not covered by federal and state grants/scholarships for eligible Iowa residents enrolled in targeted, high-demand career and technical programs. Students must have an eligible Expected Family Contribution (EFC) at or below $20,000 on the FAFSA. If you qualify, you will be notified by the Financial Aid office via your DMACC email. More information regarding eligibility can be found at:»Last-Dollar Scholarship Website
Prairie Trail Scholarship
Scholarship awards are available to students who reside in the Prairie Trail Development. Selected recipients will be eligible for a maximum lifetime award of $10,000. Preference will be given to students who choose an educational institution based in Iowa.
»Prairie Trail scholarship website
DMACC Honors Program
Designed for students with high academic standards to expand their boundaries. Admittance into the DMACC Honors Program comes with opportunity to received merit-based Honors tuition awards.
»DMACC Honors program
Scholarships are offered by public and private agencies, organizations, colleges, and universities. Recipients are selected based on scholastic aptitude, essay, and financial need. Minimum or maximum awards vary. Scholarships are gift aid and do not need to be paid back. When applying for a scholarship, pay close attention to any application deadline so you don't miss out on potential funding opportunities.
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African-American, Hispanic/Latino, or American Indian
For more information on the scholarships available and eligibility requirements:
Student pursuing an Associate Degree in Welding. Check website for more information.
Applicants to the Athene USA Game Changer Scholars Program must meet all the following criteria:
Varies: see website for more information.
-For students pursuing a Nursing Degree or a Nurse Practitioner Degree from any accredited United States College or University.
-Applicant must be a graduate of a Lee County Iowa High School: Central Lee High School, Keokuk High School, Fort Madison High School or Holy Trinity High School.
Student pursuing a heavy machinery themed program. The program can be at a college or trade school anywhere in the United States or Canada. $1,000 scholarship.
*See website for more information.
Child or sibling of a deceased service member that died while serving in an active military status since September 11, 2001.
Qualifying Service Member is any of the following:
Visit website for more information on the eligibility criteria and the scholarships being offered.
Student must be enrolled in an accredited institution in a program of study that prepares them for a career in health care & minimum of 20 volunteer hours must be completed before application is submitted. (Healthcare volunteering hours are strongly preferred, but not required.)
*Contact Sue Rardin, Financial Aid Specialist-Scholarships (firstname.lastname@example.org or (515) 965-7179), for a paper application.
*For non-traditional students who have returned to college.
*To access the scholarship application, Select "Programs" and then "Scholarship".
The scholarship is open to high school seniors
and current college students who are immigrants and who will be attending DMACC
or Indian Hills CC in Fall 2021, with each college matching the scholarship
amount that students receive from DREAM Iowa. Applicants must demonstrate the
spirit to overcome adversity and commitment to the immigrant community.
- Entrants must be classified as a first-time incoming student who plans to attend an accredited community college, trade school or technical college for a degree or certificate for the 2022/2023 academic year; OR
- Entrants must be currently enrolled and attending a college/university, community college or trade school as an undergraduate student and will return for the 2022/2023 academic year. Student can be working towards an undergraduate degree or a certificate. Current high-school students, earning college credits as part of high school curriculum, please apply for “First-Year Students” scholarship listed above.
You will be a first-time, incoming student for the 2023/2024 academic year at a community college, trade school or technical college.
Hint: You can be working towards an undergraduate degree or a certificate.
You are enrolled and attending a college/university, community college or trade school as an undergraduate and will return for the 2023/2024 academic year.
Hint: You can be working towards an undergraduate degree or a certificate.
The Eric Pardall Memorial Scholarship is a scholarship fund of North Lee Community Foundation and the Keokuk Area County Community Foundation.
*Must be pursuing studies in Agriculture, Automotive/Diesel Repair, Construction, Engineering, Healthcare/Medical/Nursing or any trade.
*Student must live or have a permanent address in Lee County, and/or be a graduate of Central Lee High School, Fort Madison High School or Holy Trinity Catholic Schools.
*Applicants must have 2.0 minimum GPA but not more than a 3.5 GPA. A GPA of 3.5 or higher will be conisdered but special circumstances must be met under this program.
*Selection criteria will include financial need, personal character, and career goals. Preference will be given to students seeking a two-year degree or completion of a certificate program.
Feed Energy Co. of Pleasant Hill is offering two $2,500 "Excellence in Ag" scholarships to students studying agriculture at a college or university in the Midwest.
$500 Scholarship. 1 Award.
This scholarship program seeks to encourage and support African American high school students, who are or have been in foster care, pursue higher education by offsetting tuition costs, student loans, and/or expenses; while providing a mentor to help them transition and succeed through their first year of college.
This $1,500 scholarship is for employees of IHCA member organizations who are pursuing a nursing, health care administration or a physical or occupational training program. A total of 20 scholarships are available.
Survivors are encouraged to apply even if they do not meet all of the items listed above.
Student seeking education or further education in the fields of dentistry, dental hygiene, dental assisting or dental lab technician.
- Resident of State of Iowa
- High School Senior OR a non-traditional student returning to
college in the State of Iowa
- Currently a full-time student at any college, university
or community college in the State of Iowa
- Recipient must be majoring in Environmental Health or a
* Resident of the State of Iowa*A high school senior OR non-traditional student returning to college in the State of Iowa. *Currently a full-time student at any college, university, or community college in the State of Iowa. *An Environmental Health major or related field.
High school seniors, college freshmen, sophomores and juniors who are:
For eligibility criteria and more information go to our website
The Iowa Hospital Association (IHA) is proud to support the Health Care Careers Scholarship program. Available through the Iowa Hospital Education and Research Foundation (IHERF), an IHA subsidiary, these scholarships of up to $7,000 ($3,500 per year for a maximum of two years, applicants must apply each year) each have supported higher education for more than 600 Iowa college students.Additional Radiology programs have been added for 2022 - Radiology Clinician, Nuclear Medicine and MRI Technologist.60 scholarships will be awarded in 2022.The ultimate goal of this program is to fill Iowa health care positions that currently have a notable number of openings by offering significant financial support to students seeking health care education or training. In exchange for that financial support, each award recipient must commit to working one year in an Iowa hospital for each year of scholarship award. Placement opportunities will be identified for each IHA geographic district (a map is included with the application). Scholarship applications will be scored, and awards made based on each applicant’s qualifications. All portions of the application form must be submitted by March 31, 2022.
The ISL Midwest Senior Scholarship is open to students who are:
*Current resident of State of Iowa and have been for last five years.
* Iowa students that are seeking degrees/diplomas/certificates in the area of international business international agriculture-related studies, international relations/culture (to include language, art and music) that takes them to see one of Iowa’s 9 sister states.
*Iowa students that are traveling abroad for short courses, internships, conferences, or symposiums regarding international business, international agriculture-related studies, international relations/culture (to include language, art and music) that takes them to see one of Iowa’s 9 sister states.
*Iowa students working on research projects or documentaries in the area of international business, international agriculture-related studies, international relations/culture (to include language, art and music) that takes them to see one of Iowa’s 9 sister states.
All applicants must be of Latinx/Latino heritage or ancestry.
Applicants must study at any of Iowa’s colleges, universities, technicalvocational trade schools. We support our recipients beyond associate or
bachelor’s degree pursuits, which means we include graduate, doctoral, or
Prior recipients may reapply.
You must answer all questions and complete the essays.
If you change schools, you must notify Latinos Unidos of Iowa.
After submitting your application, you will receive a confirmation email that
we have received the application.
The deadline for completing the application is June 15, 2022.
A step-by-step video guide for completing the scholarship application can be
found on the homepage of our site.
*Must be a resident of Story County
*Meet 1 of 7 characteristics for a nontraditional student: (a) Delayed enrollment into postsecondary education, (b) Does not currently have a high school diploma, (c) Is financially independent for financial aid purposes, (d) Has dependents other than a spouse, (e) Is a single parent, (f) Works full-time or (g) Attends college part-time.
*Must be seeking to further education or improve vocational skills
*Must complete application form and provide two references by application deadline noted above.
College student interested in a career in Masonry, Construction, Design, Engineering or Architecture.
MercyOne Newton Medical Center Auxiliary offers scholarships for Jasper County students interested in pursuing
an education in nursing and other health-care careers.
Any student living in Jasper County is eligible to apply.
Eligibility Criteria: Any student living in Jasper County is eligible to apply.
Application available from contact listed below.
Eligibility Criteria: Open to college and technical school students in construction-related fields.
This $2,000 scholarship, made possible by The Molina Healthcare Charitable Foundation (MolinaCares), is for Iowa high school seniors who are in their senior year during the 2021-2022 academic year and enrolled in a certified nursing assistant (CNA), licensed practical nurse (LPN), registered nurse (RN) or bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) program for the 2022-2023 academic year. It is intended for those interested in a future career in long-term care. A total of 14 scholarships are available.
Visit website for eligibility criteria and more information.
More information, application, and contact information can be found at website.
*Applications are available in the guidance offices at the high schools or at the front desk of the hospital.
*Full-time (12 credit hours)
*Sophomore student currently attending a community college in iowa, who intends to transfer to one of the participating four-year institutions as a junior in the fall semester of the award year.
For more information see the website.
*See website for more information.
Scholarship Search Engine
Several scholarships offered. To view eligibility criteria of each scholarship, please go to the web link listed above.
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Current enrollment in two- or four-year college
Enrollment in a two- or four-year college during the 2023-2024 academic year.
Pursuing a program of study in any field of conservation or agricutlure
Have a permanent address located within Tama County or be a Tama County native
Must be an African American student pursuing a certification or two-year associates degree in healthcare related STEM fields such as Pharmacy Tech, Certified Patient Care Tech, Phlebotomy Tech, CNA, Respiratory Therapist, Surgical Tech & many more.
See website for eligibility criteria.