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BCLA Scholarships


Scholarship Names

Description

Stephan G. Sullivan Scholarship – $10,000

 

Awarded annually to one college-bound high school senior. Steve formerly served on the JA of Northern New England Board of Directors and established this scholarship to continue to give back

to JA students and assist a student, who has been positively impacted by JA, alleviate some of the financial burdens of attending college.

POSSE Scholarship 

For individuals who have demonstrated leadership ability, communication and team-building skills. High school grade point average and SAT scores are considered but are not solely the basis for selection. Posse looks for students who have done well academically, but who may not be considering (or might be missed by) some of the top universities (which often rely more heavily upon traditional admissions measures such as SAT scores). Winners of the Posse Scholarship have been positive contributors to their schools and communities. They are interested in issues of community and diversity. We are looking for the students who have the perseverance and drive to make it in a highly competitive academic environment if given the support of a positive team of peers, a Posse.

Harry Agganis Student-Athlete of the Year Scholarship 

A $1,500.00 scholarship is awarded to the winners of MIAA Student-Athlete of the Month. Recipients are both a male and female student-athlete who best exemplify the highest achievement in the areas of academics, athletics and community service.

AKLU Scholarship

Created in 2015, AKLU CEO, Founder and Mass Mentoring Partnership (MMP) Board Member, Mark Eldridge, the AKLU Scholarship is now a $30,000 college scholarship (previously $20,000) for rising high school seniors who have been positively impacted by a mentoring relationship. Through Mark’ leadership and generosity, the scholarship provides youth the opportunity to apply for financial support in their college and career pursuit.

The Engineering Center Education Trust Scholarship  

Offered to a Massachusetts high school senior who plans to major in engineering or land surveying.

 

The total amount rewarded is $5,000, to be awarded over two years, $2,500 per year. In order to be eligible, the applicant must reside in Massachusetts and plan to attend an ABET accredited engineering, land surveying, engineering technology program or a pre-engineering program. Although, applicants must be a resident of Massachusetts, the college/university they decide to attend can be in any U.S. state. 

Harry Agganis Student-Athlete of the Year Scholarship 

The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) in partnership with the Agganis Family awards a $1,500.00 scholarship to winners of the monthly MIAA Student-Athlete. This award is provided to both a male and female student-athlete who best exemplify the highest achievement in the areas of academics, athletics and community service.

The Black Educators’ Alliance of Massachusetts (BEAM) 

Eligible applicants are encouraged to demonstrate outstanding academic achievement, school and/or community involvement and commitment to complete a post-secondary course of study. Please apply and review the below instructions and requirements. Historically, scholarship awards have been $1,000, based on the availability of donations and funds raised during the calendar year.

Globe Foundation/Phelps Scholar-Athlete Awards

This Scholar-Athlete scholarship program for Eastern Mass and Central Mass. Is senior student-athletes, at prep schools in Eastern Mass.

Bunker Hill Community College President’s High School scholarship 

One graduating senior nominated by the high school principal/headmaster (or designee) is eligible for this scholarship upon meeting the following criteria: 1) be accepted into a BHCC degree or certificate program;  2) have earned a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher at the close of the high school academic year; 3) be an active member of the high school and community. 

Amount: In-state tuition and fees (up to 12 credits) for the Fall 2020 semester. Scholarship is renewable for the Spring 2021 semester if the student maintains eligibility requirements.