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Goss Michael Foundation

  The Goss Michael Foundation was founded in June 2007 by recording artist George Michael and his partner Kenny Goss. The Foundation exists to educate, engage, and inspire audiences of all ages by showing them exhibitions of British Contemporary art, provide vast resources, educational programs, and scholarships to aspiring young artists. The Goss Michael Foundation […]

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Sid W. Richardson Memorial Fund

  The Sid W. Richardson Foundation was established in 1947 by Sid Richardson, himself. Although his interest reached far beyond the borders of Texas and his personal contacts were worldwide, Mr. Richardson was able to retain his utmost concern for the people of his home state – Texas. Because of this reason, he provided in […]

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James “Jim” Rankin Memorial Scholarship

  The James “Jim” Rankin Memorial Scholarship is offered through the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation (PMIEF). This $2,500 scholarship award is aimed towards undergraduate and graduate students who are pursuing degrees in Project Management or related fields of study at accredited 4-year colleges and universities. This scholarship is awarded to honor the memory of […]

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Scholarships in Texas

  If you want to get college scholarships in Texas, you will have to do thorough research, and prepare in advance to qualify. You need to be specific with regards to what you really wish to and will need to know what your skills and talents really are. As well as the interests you have […]

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Texas Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership Program

  The Texas Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership (LEAP) Program is sponsored by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. The purpose of this program is to provide grant awards to students with financial need attending Texas colleges and universities. The LEAP Program funds are provided by the Secretary of Education and are made available to all […]

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TADC Texas Urban Scholarship

  The Texas Urban Scholarship Program is offered by the Texas Association of Developing Colleges (TADC). The program is for graduating high school seniors, first-time and/or returning undergraduate college students who are attending an accredited non-profit postsecondary academic institution. The TADC was incorporated in 1967 as a small, private, nonprofit corporation under the auspices of the United Board […]

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Texas Public Education Grant Program

  The 64th Texas Legislature started the Texas Public Educational Grant (TPEG) program in 1975. The purpose of this grant program is to provide financial assistance to students who need help in paying for the educational costs of higher education. This program was funded from a 15% tuition set-aside as part of a student’s statutory […]

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Toward Excellence Access & Success TEXAS Grant

  The Towards Excellence Access & Success Grant or TEXAS Grant was established by the Texas Legislature to make sure that well-prepared graduating high school students who needed financial assistance could pursue a college education. Award Information: Amount: – $7,400 each year for students enrolled in a public university and state colleges – $4,400 each […]

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Texas Classical Association Scholarships

  The Texas Classical Association (TCA) is an organization for teachers and future teachers of classics in the state of Texas at all levels (from elementary through university studies). The TCA is active in all areas of concern to teachers of Latin and classics. Among the organization’s most recent projects include the promotion of oral […]

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Scholarships For Adopted Children

  The Adopted Students in Foster or Other Residential Care Program (Foster Care/Adoption Exemption Program) was established by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. It provides financial aid and scholarships for adopted children and to college students who were formerly in foster care when they turned 18 years of age, as well as for those […]

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