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Alabama Stonewall Jackson Memorial Fund Repayable Scholarship Program

For a student to be considered for a scholarship award, he or she must compose an original essay of 1500
to 2500 words on a topic or issue that relates to the life of Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson and submit it by
the contest deadline with a cover page, an annotated bibliography of sources, and a complete and accurate
application form.
Essays will be judged according to their historical (80%) and literary (20%) merit. Plagiarized essays will be
disqualified. See attached writing guidelines for more information.
A scholarship evaluation committee will rate essays and award scholarships in the following amounts:
o 1st place: $3,000
o 2nd place: $2,000
o 3rd place: $1,000
Winning students will be notified in May and monetary awards will be made to the recipients’ colleges
upon verification of registration. The committee may choose to make a reduced number of awards, or to
make no awards at all, if the essays submitted are judged not to be of sufficient quality to merit a
scholarship award.
To qualify, a student must be an Alabama high school senior and submit the following on time:
1. A completed application form (see attachment)
2. An original essay of 1500-2500 words on some aspect of the life of Stonewall Jackson
3. An annotated bibliography of sources (not included in the word count)
Submissions must be postmarked no later than April 1.
Mail materials to: Stonewall Jackson Scholarship Program
c/o Alabama Department of Archives and History
PO Box 300100
Montgomery AL 36130-0100
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Shelton State Scholarships

Scholarship applications are currently being accepted. The deadline for most scholarships is March 1, 2020.

To apply for scholarships, students must complete an online application. Students must use their "A" number to apply. The "A" number is assigned upon completion of the online admission application.

Walk-in application help sessions are available on the Martin and Fredd Campuses. For more information, visit SSCC Scholarships.
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KPMG Future Leaders Program

Again this year, the KPMG Future Leaders Program will award 22 deserving female high school seniors:

A scholarship of $10,000 per year for 4 years of college
A pairing with an executive woman mentor for one-year
A three-day leadership development retreat held this summer at KPMG’s new state-of-the art Innovation and Learning Center, KPMG Lakehouse, located in the community of Lake Nona in Orlando, FL

Click the link above for more information.
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