Calvert LSA


If you need help Ms. Langley from College Connection will be in Guidance every Tuesday during A & B Lunch

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Rules and Instructions HERE
App Download HERE 

Deadline: March 30

CLSA Manager
 P.O. Box 927
Prince Frederick, MD 20678 

MTC STEM Scholarship

The Maryland Tech Council (MTC) announces the opportunity for three (3) graduating high school seniors in the Greater Washington-Baltimore area to be awarded a one-time scholarship totaling $3,300. The scholarships will be presented at MTC’s 30th Anniversary Industry Awards Celebration on May 17, 2018. The scholarship is funded and presented by Alexandria Real Estate.

In order to be eligible for the scholarship, the student must reside in Maryland, have committed to attend a  public college or university in the state of Maryland and must be pursuing a STEM-related field of study. , the form may be found at the following link:

The scholarship submission form will be open until April 13, 2018

Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association (MSSA) Scholarship Foundation



Mission of the MSSA Scholarship Foundation
The mission of the MSSA Scholarship Foundation is to provide financial aid to undergraduate college students who show extraordinary promise of contributing to the marine environment the Chesapeake Bay, its tributaries, and the coastal waters of the mid-Atlantic seaboard.   The goal is to grow a cadre of accomplished professionals who can make a positive impact on the marine ecology.
For High School Seniors graduating in 2018:  Any resident of Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, or Washington, D.C. is eligible to apply for a scholarship.  Applicants must intend to be a full-time student during academic year 2018-2019 enrolled in any accredited institution of higher learning in the United States.
For college/university students currently enrolled in a full-time course of study in a relevant major:  Applicants, including students now receiving financial aid from the MSSA Scholarship Foundation, may be at any grade level from college freshman to junior and intend to be a full-time student in the next academic year.  The award may be used to study in any accredited institution of higher learning in the United States.
 Major Fields of Study
The Board of Directors recognizes that a college education involves knowledge of a broad range of fields, including history and literature as well as science and mathematics.  It also involves the acquisition of a range of skills such as critical thinking, written and oral communication, problem solving, teamwork, and integration and application of knowledge.  Study in-depth in some specialized area is also a critical part of an effective education.  While some major fields of study are directly related to efforts to improve the marine environment, such as marine biology or environmental studies, the relevance of other disciplines must be demonstrated by the student in his/her personal essay.
Length and Amount of Award
The award is for the academic 2018-19 school year.  The amount of the award varies according the Foundation’s fund balance and is set annually by the Board of Directors.  In recent years, awards have been made ranging from $1,000 to $5,000.  The Board has stated a preference for making larger awards to a small number of students so that the scholarships cover a larger portion of college costs rather than small awards to a large number of individuals.  A recipient may apply for another scholarship in succeeding years, so long as they make acceptable progress toward their degree and maintain at least a 3.0 grade point average (GPA) based on a 4.0 scale.
Criteria for Determining an Award and Its Size
This scholarship is based on merit, not financial need, as the Board of Directors intend to support outstanding students who are expected to make a significant impact on the marine environment.  Those individuals who are judged more meritorious may receive a larger award than others.  Several criteria will be used in reviewing the applications.
  • Academic excellence
  • Involvement and leadership in areas beyond the curriculum
  • Commitment to improve the waters, fisheries, and marine environment
  • Potential to make a positive impact on the ecology during a future career
All Applicants must submit a complete 2018 MSSA Scholarship Foundation Application.  All High School Seniors must submit an official transcript of academic work and a personal essay between 300-600 words that includes your educational goals, post-baccalaureate intentions, career ambitions, and an explanation about how your education will help you to enhance the environment of the Chesapeake Bay watershed and coastal waters of the mid-Atlantic.    All college/university students must submit official transcripts from all colleges or universities attended and an essay between 300-600 words similar to that required of High School Seniors. The deadline for postmark is 5:00 p.m. Friday, April 13, 2018 The Board of Directors will review the applications, and decisions are expected to be made and announced to successful applicants on or before June 1, 2018.
Recipients will receive a check made out jointly to themselves and the institution of higher learning in which they enroll to be applied toward school expenses.
Other Benefits
Scholarship recipients will receive a one-year membership in MSSA, which will entitle them to receive the quarterly Tidelines, electronic messages, and other communication with members.  In addition, recipients will be encouraged to attend MSSA Chapter meetings at a location convenient to them and to make brief remarks about their educational and career plans and about how the scholarship is helping them to achieve their goals.
Commitments of Recipients
The primary expectation for each recipient is that she/he acquire the best education possible.  Also, each recipient will be required to make a brief report, approximately one page, on the highlights of their academic year.  Details regarding the submission of this report will be provided to the winners of scholarships in 2018.

Contact Information:
For questions regarding the application process, please contact Peter Abbott, President, MSSA Scholarship Foundation Inc. at 443 871 5342 or by email at

National Naval Officers Association (NNOA) Scholarship

Founded in 1972, the National Naval Officers Association (NNOA) is comprised of officers from the Coast Guard, the Navy, and the Marine Corps – the nation’s Sea Services. NNOA provides professional development and mentoring in an effort to recruit, promote, and retain minority officers in the Sea Services. NNOA seeks to strengthen a diverse officer corps to enhance operational readiness in the Sea Services and has a long history of providing a positive image of the Sea Services in minority communities and educational institutions..

Each year, the Washington, DC Chapter of the NNOA (DCNNOA) awards scholarships starting at $1,000 to minority youth from the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area based on academic achievement, positive community involvement, commitment, and financial need. Scholarship recipients select their major and attend the college or university of their choice without any obligation to join or affiliate with the military; unless stipulated by the scholarship sponsor.

Students must submit a complete application package in order to be considered for a scholarship. 

Mailed application packages, including official transcripts, must be postmarked by February 28, 2018 and addressed to: DCNNOA Scholarship Program, P. O. Box 30784, Alexandria, VA 22310

A complete application consists of:

Application Form /Download HERE

• Transcript (use the attached transcript request form to obtain an official copy)

• A listing of your extracurricular activities, community service activities, academic honors, and positions of leadership

• Statement of financial need and/or special circumstances (limit 1 page)

• Two letters of recommendation from school officials or other persons of influence in your life, other than relatives, who are in a position to address your character, citizenship, and leadership

• Recent photograph (wallet size, high quality if possible)

Esperanza Education Fund Scholarship

Deadline: March 30

the Esperanza Education Fund.  In 2018, the Esperanza Education Fund will again award scholarships of at least $5000 and up to $20,000 to immigrant students and students who have two immigrant parents in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia to attend public colleges and universities.  Students are eligible for the scholarship regardless of ethnicity, national origin, or immigration status. For more information about the scholarship and to read more about our current scholars, please visit

The scholarship application is now available and can be accessed through  The application process is entirely electronic, and all applications are due on March 30. 


Online Application

Scholarship applicants can submit their applications online:
Good luck!
If you  have any questions, please contact me or Mickey Martinez at

Norfolk State University

The time has come for the Prince George’s County Maryland Chapter (PGCMDC) of the Norfolk State University Alumni Association (NSUAA) to select a $1000 merit scholarship recipient.  Each year, the chapter provides assistance to a graduating high school student who will enroll at Norfolk State University (NSU).  The scholarship recipient will receive $500 for two semesters as long as the student maintains the academic requirement.

To qualify, you must be a Maryland resident; a graduating senior with at least a 2.5 grade point average (GPA); and MUST be officially accepted to NSU for the upcoming academic semester. Along with the completed application, we are requesting an official transcript from your high school, and a Norfolk State University acceptance letter.

For award consideration, the attached application must be completed and mailed along with all supporting documents to the address below.  All materials must be postmarked by Friday, April 6, 2018.  Late applications will not be accepted.

Attn: Lea Carrington
PGCMDC Scholarship Committee
14506 Cambridge Circle
Laurel, Maryland  20707
Download Application HERE

Kids Chance of Maryland

Since 1996, we have provided college scholarships to the children of Maryland's injured workers. Every year, thousands of workers are disabled by on-the-job injuries and, tragically, about 60 workers in Maryland lose their lives every year. Kids' Chance of Maryland provides an opportunity for the children of these workers to pursue their higher education, reach their goals, and fulfill their dreams for the future. We're part of a national organization; visit Kids' Chance of America

Kids Chance are actively accepting scholarship applications from students who have lost a parent to a workplace injury/accident, or if the parent was catastrophically injured and cannot return to work.

Our website is www.kidschance-md.orgWe do not have a deadline date for applications, though we would like to have forms submitted by July 1, 2018.

Application is HERE

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