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Girl Scout Scholarships

Girl Scout Scholarships

Prudential Spirit of Community Awards
Nashville, Tennessee

Prudential Spirit of Community Awards

Award: State Honorees:$1,000, engraved silver medallion, all expense trip with parent/guardian to Washington DC for national recognition events

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout in middle or high school
  • Conducted a volunteer service activity
  • Application certified by local Girl Scout council

Prudential Spirit of Community Awards

Award: National Honorees: $5,000, engraved gold medallion, crystal trophy

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout in middle or high school
  • Conducted a volunteer service activity
  • Application certified by local Girl Scout council

For more information:
International Scholarship and Tuition Services
200 Crutchfield Avenue
Nashville, Tennessee 37210
877.525.8491 or 615.320.3149
info@applyists.com

The Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes
Boulder, Colorado

The Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes

Award:

  • Recognition plaque and certificate of recognition
  • Certificate of recognition
  • Signed copy of The Hero’s Trail, by Barron Prize founder T.A. Barron
  • Copy of Dream Big, a documentary film featuring Barron Prize winners
  • Heroes study guide, curriculum, and

Requirements:

  • Independently create and lead a service activity
  • Applicant must be nominated by an adult who is familiar with the applicant’s service activity

For more information:
The Barron Prize
Barbara Richman
Executive Director
545 Pearl St
Boulder, Colorado 80302

Veterans of Foreign Wars

Scout of the Year

Award:

  • Selected recipients are eligible to receive one of three scholarship amounts.
  • $5,000 1st place scholarship
  • $3,000 2nd place scholarship
  • $1,000 3rd place scholarship

Requirements:

  • Gold Award recipients are now eligible to apply for the Scout of the Year Scholarships from the Veterans of Foreign Wars. To be eligible for the award, girls must:
  • Be a registered, active member of the Girl Scout organization.
  • Be a Gold Award Recipient.

For more information:
Girls should contact their local VFW post for questions or to submit their application.

Abilene, Texas

Venturing and Scouting Leadership Scholarship

Award: $1,000-5,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Incoming freshman at Abilene Christian University

For more information:
Nathan Williams
Director of Venturing and Scouting Relationships
ACU Box 29002
Abilene, Texas 79699
325.674.2586
nathan.williams@acu.edu

Bay Path College
Long Meadow, Massachusetts

Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $1,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Enrolled in Bay Path College

Silver Award Scholarship

Award: $500 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Silver Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Enrolled in Bay Path College

For more information:
Stefanie Sanchez
Director of Admissions
588 Longmeadow Street
Long Meadow, Massachusetts 1106
413.565.1331
ssanchez@baypath.edu

Brenau University
Gainesville, Georgia

Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $1,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Enrolled as a residential student in Brenau Women’s College
  • 3.0 high school GPA

For more information:
Jeanne Saunders
Assistant Director of Financial Aid
One Centennial Circle
Gainesville, Georgia 30501
770.534.6152
jsaunders@brenau.edu

Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, Ohio

Arlene Bartlow Endowment Fund

Award: $1,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Accepted for undergraduate study in the College of Arts and Sciences or Case School of Engineering

For more information:
Stephen M. Miller
Manager of Financial Aid Accounts
10900 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
216.368.4530
smm78@case.edu

Chatham College
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania

Girl Scout Leadership Scholarship

Award: $2,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Offered to women who were members of Girl Scouts for a minimum of two years but not Gold Award recipients
  • Must provide proof of membership and completed girls scout scholarship application
  • Financial Aid Forms

Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $6,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Offered to Girl Scout Gold Award Recipients
  • Must provide proof of membership and completed girl scout scholarship application
  • Financial Aid Forms

For more information:
Office of Admissions
Woodland Road
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania 15232
800.837.1290
admissions@chatham.edu

Cottey College
Nevada, Missouri

Girl Scout Leadership Award

Award: $1,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)

For more information:
Sherry Pennington
Director of Financial Aid
1000 West Austin
Nevada, Missouri 64772
417.667.8181 x2190
spennington@cottey.edu

Delta State University
Cleveland, Mississippi

Leadership Scholarship

Award: $150 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Enrolled at Delta State for freshman year

For more information:
Debbie Heslop
Director of Admissions
P.O. Box C-3
Cleveland, Mississippi 38773
662.846.4020

DeVry University
Cleveland, Mississippi

Scholarship

Requirements:

  • Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Meet DeVry entrance requirements
  • Begin classes within one calendar year of high school graduation
  • U.S. citizen or permanent residency status

For more information:
DeVry University
Scholarship Office
1 Tower Lane
8th Floor
Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois 60181
800.295.8694
scholarships@devry.edu

Doane College
Crete, Nebraska

Zenon C.R. Hansen Leadership Scholarship

Award: Varies annually (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Participate in the Hansen Leadership Program
  • Maintain 3.0 GPA at Doane

For more information:
Joel M. Weyand
Vice President for Admission
1041 Boswell Avenue
Crete, Nebraska 68333
800.333.6263
joel.weyand@doane.edu

Douglass College
New Brunswick, New Jersey

N/A (general funds no name)

Award: $500 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)

For more information:
Marjorie W. Munson
Assistant Dean
302A College Hall, Douglass College
125 George St
New Brunswick, New Jersey 8901
732.932.2900 x 130
mwmunson@echo.rutgers.edu

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Daytona Beach, Florida

Girl Scout Gold Scholarship

Award: $1,500

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • At least a 3.5 average in high school

For more information:
Karen Williams
Director of Financial Aid
600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd
Daytona Beach, Florida 32114
800.943.6279
Karen.Williams@erau.edu

Hamline University
St. Paul, Minnesota

Robbins Scholarship

Award: $3,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Must submit a brief (250 word) essay describing the project she completed for her Gold Award.
  • Must also apply for admission to Hamline University.

For more information:
Alexa Tennyson
Undergraduate Admissions Robbins Scholarship
1536 Hewitt Avenue
St. Paul, Minnesota 55104
651.523.2207
scholarships@hamline.edu

Hofstra University
Hempstead, New York

Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship

Award: Varies (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Freshman class applicants must be in the top 10 percent of their high school class and have at least 1070 SAT combined score or 23 ACT composite score
  • Transfer students must have at least

For more information:
Korinne Nolan
Assistant Director, Financial Aid Office
202 Memorial Hall
Hempstead, New York 11549
516.463.8000
korinne.nolan@hofstra.edu

Jacksonville State University
Jacksonville, Alabama

Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship

Award: Varies

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Must be a Girl Scout from North-Central Alabama Council

For more information:
Martin Weldon
Attn: Scholarships
700 Pelham Road North
Jacksonville, Alabama 36265
256.782.5677
mweldon@jsu.edu

Johnson State College
Johnson, Vermont

Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $500

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Only incoming freshman to Johnson State College are eligible to apply

For more information:
Lisa Cummings
Director of Financial Aid
337 College Hill
Johnson, Vermont 5656
802.635.2356
lisa.cummings@jsc.edu

Lake Erie College
Painesville, Ohio

Gold Award Scholarship

Award: Varies (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)

For more information:
Tricia Pangonis
Director of Financial Aid
391 W. Washington St.
Painesville, Ohio 44077
440.375.7100
Finaid@lec.edu

Lebanon Valley College
Annville, Pennsylvania

Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $500 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Complete Lebanon Valley College admission application and indicate receipt of the Girl Scout Gold Award
  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (including all required documentation)

For more information:
Kendra Feigert
Director of Financial Aid
101 N. College Ave
Annville, Pennsylvania 17003
866.582.4236
Feigert@lvc.edu

Lincoln Memorial University
Harrogate, Tennessee

For more information:
Dean of Admissions and Recruitment
Cumberland Gap Parkway
Harrogate, Tennessee 37752
423.869.6280

Lindenwood University
St. Charles, Missouri

Girl Scout Youth of the Year Scholarship

Award: $12,400 (plus an additional $2,400 Work & Learn Award, renewable for four years for completion of undergraduate degree for a total of $59,200)

Requirements:

  • Must have earned the Girl Scout Gold Award
  • Must submit a letter of recommendation from Girl Scout staff person or adult leader (and all required documentation)

Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $6,000 (plus an additional $2,400 Work & Learn Award, renewable for a total of $33,600)

Requirements:

  • Must have earned the Girl Scout Gold Award (and all requested documentation)

Ambassador Scholarship

Award: $5,500 (plus an additional $2,400 Work & Learn Award, renewable for four years for a total of $31,600)

Requirements:

  • Candidate must be a registered Girl Scout through her graduation year of high school (and all requested documentation)

For more information:
Kristen Revis
Admissions/Financial Aid Counselor
209 Kings Highway
St. Charles, Missouri 63301
636.949.4338
krevis@lindenwood.edu

Lipscomb University
Nashville, Tennessee

The Scout Award

Award: The Scout Award offers a $10,000 award for any incoming freshman who is accepted to Lipscomb University. The funds are distributed in $2,500 increments each year for up to four years and are applied to room-and-board charges.

Requirements:

  • Has received the Girl Scout Gold Award.

For more information:
To apply for the Scout Award, applicants should contact the Lipscomb University Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

(615)-966-1776

Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus
Brookville, New York

Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $3,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all required documentation)
  • Incoming first-year student at C.W. Post
  • At least an 80 high school average and 1000 SAT-I score

For more information:
Diane Greenlick
720 Northern Blvd.
Brookville, New York 11548
516.299.2040
Diane.greenlick@LIU.EDU

Maharishi University of Management
Fairfield, Iowa

Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $1,500 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all required documentation)
  • Graduate of high school within the last two years
  • Enrolled at the university and live in campus housing

For more information:
Bill Christensen
Office of Financial Aid
1000 North Fourth St.
Fairfield, Iowa 52557
641.472.1156
finaid@mum.edu

McDaniel College
Westminister, Maryland

Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $2,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all required documentation)

For more information:
Heidi Reigel
Office of Admissions
2 College Hill
Westminister, Maryland 21157
410.857.2230
hreigel@mcdaniel.edu

Michigan State University College of Engineering
East Lansing, Michigan

Robert and James Bollens Scholarship

Award: Varies

Requirements:

  • Student must demonstrate financial need
  • Be active in Girl Scouts

For more information:
Denise Barnstead
Undergraduate Studies
1415 Engineering Building
East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517.432.7748
barnstead@egr.msu.edu

Mississippi State University
Mississippi State, Mississippi

Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $1,000

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all required documentation)

For more information:
Katie Iglay
Scholarship Coordinator, Office of Admissions and Scholarships
P.O. Box 6334
Mississippi State, Mississippi 39762
662.325.2224
kfg2@msstate.edu

Olivet College
Olivet, Michigan

Excellent Scholarship

Award: $2,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all required documentation) or demonstrated commitment to community service

For more information:
Cynthia Noyes
Girl Scout Advisor, Director, Office of Admissions
320 S. Main St
Olivet, Michigan 49076
269.749.7635
cnoyes@olivetcollege.edu

Randolph-Macon College
Lynchburg, Virginia

Commonwealth Award

Award: $2,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all required documentation)
  • Please note: Girl Scout Gold Award recipients may also qualify for additional scholarships ranging from $3,500-$10,000

For more information:
Sr. Associate Director of Admissions
2500 Rivermont Ave
Lynchburg, Virginia 24503
434.947.8128

Reed College
Portland, Oregon

Opal Weimer Tice Scholarship

Award: Based on financial need

Requirements:

  • Student must qualify for both need-based aid and a Reed grant to receive a scholarship

For more information:
Financial Aid Office
3203 S.E. Woodstock Blvd.
Portland, Oregon 97202
800.547.4750
financial.aid@reed.edu

Rensselear Polytechnic Institute
Troy, New York

Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $20,000 ($4,000 a year)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all required documentation)

For more information:
Rensselear Admissions, Undergraduate Programs
110 Eighth Street
Troy, New York 12180
518.276.6000

Simmons College
Boston, Massachusetts

The Gilbert and Marcia Kotzen Scholars Program

Award: The scholarship covers full tuition, mandatory fees, and room and board. An additional annual award of $3000 is given for study abroad, short-term courses, summer internship tuition, or research support.

Requirements:

  • The Gilbert and Marcia Kotzen Scholars Program: is a competitive merit award that recognizes the best and brightest students interested in a transformative education at Simmons College.
  • Thanks in part to a dedicated donor who cares deeply about advancing

 

For more information:
The Simmons College admission staff would be happy to answer your application questions.

To contact a member of the admission staff please call (800)-345-8468
ugadm@simmons.edu

St. Catherine University
St. Paul, Minnesota

Girl Scout Silver Scholarship

Award: $2,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Silver Award recipient (and all requested documentation) Must be admitted to and enroll at St. Catherine University

Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $3,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Must be a high school senior

For more information:
Karla Glasser
Associate Director of Financial Aid
2004 Randolph Avenue
St. Paul, Minnesota 55105
651.690.6540
kpglasser@stkate.edu

St. Thomas Aquinas College
Sparkhill, New York

Commemorative Scholarship

Award: Up to $2,500 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Apply and enroll at St. Thomas Aquinas College

For more information:
Danielle MacKay
Director of Admissions
125 Route 340
Sparkhill, New York 10976
845.398.4100
admissions@stac.edu

Temple University – Ambler College
Ambler, Pennsylvania

The Lou Henry Hoover Girl Scout Scholarship

Award: $42,000

Requirements:

  • Must have been in Girl Scouting at least 5 years (including verification from Girl Scout council or Service Unit)
  • Currently enrolled in the School for Environmental Design at Temple University Ambler and studies horticulture or landscape architecture desi

For more information:
Linda Lowe
Director of Development and Alumni Affairs
Temple University-Ambler College
Ambler, Pennsylvania 19002
267.468.8440
Linda.Lowe@temple.edu

Trinity University
Washington, DC

Girl Scout Leadership Scholarship – Gold Award

Award: $5,000

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Girl Scout from Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital

Girl Scout Leadership Scholarship – Silver Award

Award: $4,000

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Silver Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Girl Scout from Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital

Girl Scout Leadership Scholarship

Award: $3,000

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout from Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital

Troop Leader Grant

Award: $1,000

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout troop leader from Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital

For more information:
Trinity’s Office of Admissions
125 Michigan Avenue Northeast
Washington, DC 20017
202.884.9400

University of Alabama in Huntsville
Huntsville, Alabama

Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $500

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • At least a 3.0 high school GPA
  • At least a 25 ACT composite score or 1120 SAT combined score

For more information:
Andy Weaver
Director of Student Financial Aid Services
301 Sparkman Drive
University Center, Room 212
Huntsville, Alabama 35899
256.824.2755

University of Evansville
Evansville, Indiana

Scouting Scholarship

Award: $14,000

Requirements:

  • Candidates must have earned the Gold Award (and all required documentation), Sea Scouting Quartermaster Award, or Venturing Silver Award Candidates must have a high school GPA of at least 3.5 and

For more information:
Dr. Thomas Bear
1800 Lincoln Avenue
Evansville, Indiana 47722
800.423.8633
tb53@evansville.edu

University of Louisville
Louisville, Kentucky

For more information:
Angela Beverly
Financial Aid Advisor
University of Louisville
Louisville, Kentucky 40292
502.852.6531

University of Montevallo
Montevallo, Alabama

Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship

Award: Varies, typically $300 – $500

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Senior at an accredited high school
  • At least a 3.0 GPA

For more information:
Rachael Banks
University Advancement and Alumni Affairs
University of Montevallo
Station 6215
Montevallo, Alabama 35115
205.665.6215
banksrb@montevallo.edu

University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Indiana

Clara M. Anthony Memorial Scholarship

Award: Varies

Requirements:

  • Any girl member or adult volunteer in Girl Scouts
  • Must be need-based
  • Completed FAFSA and CSS profile including information on their Girl Scout involvement

For more information:
Financial Aid Office
115 Main Building
Notre Dame, Indiana 46556
574.631.6436
finaid@nd.edu

University of Tennessee at Martin
Martin, Tennessee

Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $800 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • At least a 3.0 GPA in high school
  • At least a 21 ACT composite score
  • Must live in university housing

For more information:
Kim Cooper
Student Services Specialist III, Financial Aid Office
205 Administration Building
Martin, Tennessee 38238
731.881.7039
kcooper@utm.edu

Viterbo University
La Crosse, Wisconsin

Juliette Low Scholarship

Award: Varies

Requirements:

  • Registered Girl Scout with Girl Scouts of Wisconsin – Badgerland Council, Inc.
  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • At least a 2.5 high school GPA
  • Accepted for undergraduate study at Viterbo University
  • Must have taken the SAT

For more information:
Eamon Temurra
Office of Admissions
900 Viterbo Drive
La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601
608.796.3014
eamontemurra@viterbo.edu

Wesleyan College
Macon, Georgia

Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $9,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Eligible high school seniors and transfer students may apply for the Wesleyan Girl Scout Gold Award scholarship if they plan to complete the requirements for the Girl Scout Gold Award by late spring of their senior year.

For more information:
Danielle Lodge
4760 Forsyth Road
Macon, Georgia 31210-4462
478.757.5263
dlodge@wesleyancollege.edu

Whittier College
Whittier, California

Barbara Ondrasik Groce Scholarship

Award: Varies (renewable)

Requirements:

  • At least a 3.0 high school GPA
  • Need-based
  • Girl Scout Gold Award (and all required documentation) preferred, but must be an active member of Girl Scouts

For more information:
Julie Aldama
Financial Aid Office
13406 E. Philadelphia St.
PO Box 634
Whittier, California 90608
562.907.4286
jaldama@whittier.edu

Wilson College
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania

Curran Scholars Program Scholarship

Award: $1,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)

For more information:
Office of Financial Aid
1015 Philadelphia Ave
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 17201
800.421.8402
Finaid@wilson.edu

Foundations/Private

Corinne Jeannine Schillings Foundation
Frankfort, Illinois

Corinne Jeannine Schillings Foundation Academic Scholarship

Award: $1,500 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Silver or Gold or Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Plans to or is currently pursuing a college major or minor in foreign language

Corinne Jeannine Schillings Foundation Travel Scholarship

Award: $1,000

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Silver or Gold Award recipient (all requested documentation)
  • Must be a student who plans to study abroad

For more information:
Corinne Jeannine Schillings Foundation
10645 Nebraska Street
Frankfort, Illinois 60423
815.534.5598
dschillings1@comcast.net

Demeter Scholarship
Englewood, Colorado

Demeter Scholarship

Award: $1,000

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all required documentation) from the Fort Collins or Denver-based Girl Scout Gold Award committee
  • Plans to enroll in post-secondary institution following high school

For more information:
Pam Watson Korbel
Smart Growth Inc.
88 Inverness Circle East #F108
Englewood, Colorado 80012
373.790.9131

Matt and Joann Butler Youth Development Scholarship Program
Fargo, North Dakota

Matt and JoAnn Butler Youth Development Scholarship

Award: $2,000

Requirements:

  • Current member of Girl Scouts – Dakota Horizons (Northwest and Northeast Districts only)
  • Be a graduating high school senior
  • Provide high school transcript
  • Submission of SAT and/or ACT score

For more information:
Mark Holtz
Matt and JoAnn Butler
301 7th Street South
Fargo, North Dakota 58103-1884
701-293-5011
mholtz@nlcbsa.org

Sabrina Keller Foundation
San Marcos, California

Sabrina Keller Scholarship

Award: $500

Requirements:

  • Please see online application by visiting www.sabrinakellerfoundation.intuitwebsites.com. All applicants must reside in San Diego County.

For more information:
Darcy Rouse
Secretary
1490 Rambla Serena
San Marcos, California 92069
760-432-0229
SKScholarship@cox.net

The Eastern Orthodox Committee on Scouting
Freeport, New York

The Eastern Orthodox Committee on Scouting Scholarship

Award: $500 – $1,000 (non-renewable)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Accepted to a four year accredited college or university
  • Registered and active member of Girl Scouts
  • Active member of an Eastern Orthodox Church
  • Recipient of the Alpha Omega Religious Sco

For more information:
George N. Boulukos
Chairman, Eastern Orthodox Committee on Scouting
The Eastern Orthodox Committee on Scouting
862 Guy Lombardo Avenue
Freeport, New York 11520
518.868.4050

GS Council

Girl Scout Council of Greater New York
New York, New York

Carmen Dubroc Bright Future Scholarship

Award: $1,000

Requirements:

  • Be registered Girl Scout between the ages of 14 and 17
  • Plan to pursue higher education in the arts, education, civil service, or non-profit service
  • Have a dynamic Girl Scout history
  • Demonstrate community service and participation in extracurricular activi

Dr. Harry Brittenstool Scholarship

Award: Varies per rating (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Be a graduate Senior who has been in Girl Scouting a total of 2 years by the time of her admission to college
  • Demonstrate financial need
  • Have a high school scholastic records with a total SAT score of at least 1,500 or cumulative GPA of at least 80
  • Plan

Girl Scout Scholars Program Scholarship

For more information:
Melissa D’Andrea
Program Manager, Teen Leadership Opportunities
43 West 23rd Street
New York, New York 10010
212.645.4000
mdandrea@girlscoutsnyc.org

Girl Scout Council of Greater New York
New York, New York

Future Woman of Distinction Award

Award: $2,000

Requirements:

  • Be a registered Girl Scout entering the 12th grade in the fall OR a registered Girl Scout entering the 11th grade who received her Gold Award (Note: you do not need to have received your Gold Award to qualify if you are entering the 12th grade)
  • Be bound f

For more information:
Erin Knudston
Erin Knudston, Special Events Administrator
43 West 23rd Street
New York, New York 10010
212.645.4000
Eknudtson@girlscoutsnyc.org

Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital
Washington, DC

Sarah and Lawrence Phillips Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $1,000

Requirements:

  • Currently registered in GSCNC
  • Senior in high school
  • Planning on continuing her education
  • Girl Scout Gold Award (and all requested documentation)

Shenandoah Region Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $1,000

Requirements:

  • Currently registered in GSCNC
  • Senior in high school
  • Planning on continuing her education
  • Girl Scout Gold Award (and all requested documentation)

Gold Award Scholarship in Honor of Marilynn Carr

Award: $1,000

Requirements:

  • Currently registered in GSCNC in the Shenandoah region
  • Senior in high school
  • Planning on continuing her education
  • Girl Scout Gold Award (and all requested documentation)

For more information:
Teen Program Specialist
4301 Connecticut Avenue NW, M-2
Washington, DC 20008
202.274.3336
goldaward@gscnc.org

Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Gold Award Scholarship

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all required documentation)
  • Graduating senior who will attend college/university or technical school
  • Demonstrated academic excellence
  • Active in Girl Scouts

Graduating Senior Scholarship

Requirements:

  • Active in Girl Scouts
  • Graduating senior who will attend college/university or technical school
  • Demonstrates academic excellence
  • Strong commitment to community service activities

Shuylkill County Scholarship

Requirements:

  • Schuylkill County graduating senior who will attend college/university or technical school
  • Demonstrated academic excellence
  • Active in Girl Scouts

For more information:
Suzanne Moore
350 Hale Avenue
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17104
800.692.7816 x1702
smoore@gshpa.org

Girl Scouts of Central Texas
Austin, Texas

Founders Scholarship

Award: $1,000

Requirements:

  • Registered Girl Scouts of Central Texas Graduating Senior Girl Scout members only
  • Active participation in Girl Scouting
  • Demonstrated academic achievements
  • Attendance at a college, university, trade or technical school

For more information:
Glenda Hicks
12012 Park Thirty-five Circle
Austin, Texas 78753
512.490.2310
glenda@gsctx.org

Girl Scouts of Connecticut, Inc.
Hartford, Connecticut

Emily Chaison Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $1,000

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Accepted at a college or technical school and entering as a Freshman

Ben Okwu Scholarship

Award: $1,000

Requirements:

  • Registered Girl Scout in Connecticut
  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Accepted to a college
  • May be an incoming Freshman, or if completed Gold Award after April 1st of High School, may be entering Sophomore year in college

Connecticut Elks Association Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $1,000

Requirements:

  • Registered Girl Scout in Connecticut
  • Girl Scout Gold Award recipient (and all requested documentation)
  • Active in school or community
  • Attending a college

For more information:
Program Department
20 Washington Avenue
North Haven, Connecticut 6473
203.239.2922 x 3310
program@gsofct.org

Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina
North Charleston, South Carolina

The Grace Grady Scholarship

Award: $1,000

Requirements:

  • Registered member of Girl Scouts for at least one continuous year
  • Description of individual growth through Girl Scout experiences
  • Leadership awards and accomplishments
  • Expressed financial need
  • Accepted to an institution of higher education

The Lucille M. McCown Scholarship

Award: $1,000

Requirements:

  • Registered member of Girl Scouts for at least one continuous year
  • Graduating senior with at least 5 years Girl Scout experience
  • Girl Scout Silver or Gold Award (an all requested documentation)
  • Overall GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in high school

The Mary Dean Brewer Gold Award Scholarship

Award: $1,000 (renewable)

Requirements:

  • Registered member of Girl Scouts at time of initial application and maintain continued adult Girl Scout membership throughout scholarship period
  • Girl Scout Gold Award (and all requested documentation)
  • Overall GPA of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale in high sch

For more information:
Katie Montgomery
7951 Dorchester Road
North Charleston, South Carolina 29418
843.552.9910
katiemontgomery@girlsoutsesc.org

Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia

Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta Gold Award Scholarships

Award: Amounts range from $1,000-$7500(non-renewable) per scholarship with 7-15 awards annually.

Requirements:

  • Be a registered Girl Scout with Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta who has earned the Girl Scout Gold Award
  • Be a high school twelfth grader intending to enter a qualified institution of learning after graduation
  • Complete the appropriate application and

For more information:
Brook Shelton
Girl Leadership Specialist
5601 North Allen Rd.
Mableton, Georgia 30126
770-702-9146
bshelton@gsgatl.org

Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia, Inc.
Lizella, Georgia

Al’ Shondra Harris Girl Scout College Book Scholarship

Award: $250

Requirements:

  • Must have earned the Girl Scout Gold Award (and all requested documentation)
  • High School Senior or recent High School graduate at the time of application
  • 2.75 GPA or higher (Provide copy of transcript)
  • Demonstrate practical citizenship in Girl Scouting,

For more information:
Toya Winder
Program Manager, Teen Leadership Opportunities
1344 13th Avenue
Columbus, Georgia 31901
706.327.2646 x 125
twinder@gshg.org

Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails, Inc.
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Gold Award Scholarship

For more information:
Meg Simpson
Gold Award Liason
4000 Jefferson Plaza NE
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109
505.343.1040
goldaward@gs-nmtrails.org

Girl Scouts of Northeast Kansas and Northwest Missouri
Kansas City, Missouri

The Beth Winters Memorial Scholarship

Award: $1,500

Requirements:

  • Must be registered member with the Girl Scouts of Northeast Kansas & Northwest Missouri at the time of application and have been a registered Girl Scout for at least two years prior to the year you are applying
  • Be graduating from high school the year the

For more information:
Carol Solenberger
8383 Blue Parkway
Kansas City, Missouri 64133
816.358.8750 x 3017
carolsolenberger@girlscoutsksmo.org

Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington
Eugene, Oregon

Arlene Johns Memorial Gold Award Scholarship

Award: Varies

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Gold award (and all requested documentation)

For more information:
Jan Thompson
1577 Pearl Street, #300
Eugene, Oregon 97401
541.485.5911
jthompson@girlscoutsosw.org

Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains
Fort Worth, Texas

Graduating Ambassadors Scholarship

Award: $500 – $1,500

Requirements:

  • Currently registered with Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains
  • Submit a complete application, two references and transcript
  • Be a graduating high school senior
  • Accepted to an institute of higher learning
  • Need for financial assistance
  • GPA must be at least 2

For more information:
Darlene McMurray
4901 Briarhaven Road
Ft. Worth, Texas 76109
800.582.7272 x 1601
dmcmurray@gs-top.org

Girl Scouts of West Central Florida
Tampa, Florida

Ann Hesler and Marion Stephenson Scholarship

Award: Two $500 (1 per girl)

Requirements:

  • Girl Scout Involvement
  • Girl Scout Gold Award (and all requested documentation)
  • Academic Achievement
  • Community Service Projects
  • 500 word essay describing how girl scouts has helped them discover, connect and take action in their lives.

For more information:
Amber Van Denzen
5002 W. Lemon St.
Tampa, Florida 33609
813.262.1599
avandenzen@gswcf.org

Girl Scouts of Western New York
Buffalo, New York

Girl Scout of Western New York Educational Scholarship

Kimberly Welsh Memorial Scholarship Fund

For more information:
Amy Johnson
70 Jewett Parkway
Buffalo, New York 14214
888.837.6410 x6030
amy.johnson@gswny.org

Girl Scouts of Western Washington
Seattle, Washington

The Award of Excellence Scholarship

The Ellen Datin Memorial Scholarship

For more information:
Scholarship Committee
P.O. Box 900961
Seattle, Washington 98109
206.633.56
amymb@girlscoutsww.org

About Mychal Wynn

Mychal Wynn is the Ministry Leader (together with his wife) for the Turner Chapel AME Church Education Ministry, CEO of the Foundation for Ensuring Access and Equity, author, educational consultant, and parent. He speaks nationally on such topics as college planning, scholarships and financial aid, school improvement, parenting, increasing student achievement, and building faith-based partnerships. He has written 27 books (visit www.rspublishing.com for a listing of his publications).
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