External Scholarships

The scholarships listed below are offered through outside companies not affiliated with the College. Criteria and application deadlines vary, so please visit their respective websites for additional information.

Students can visit www.fastweb.com and www.collegeboard.org to search for other available scholarships. Additionally, consider signing up for free for Upromise, where companies will contribute a portion of what you spend with them into your Upromise account, which you can use to help pay off your education loan.

Scholarship Name Eligibility Requirements
American Association of University Women Non-Traditional Berks county women
Berks County Community Foundation Over 65 scholarships for Berks county residents
Berks County Medical Society Alliance Berks County residents studying in Berks County in a health related field
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Pell grant recipient studying abroad
Blind or Deaf Beneficiary Grant Program Scholarships to students who are deaf or blind attending a postsecondary institution.
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Hispanic origin with public service
DoSomething.org Website that features scholarships for students involved in community action
Esther H. Ludwig Scholarship Hamburg school district residents
Google-SVA (Student Veterans of America) Scholarship Student veterans pursuing computer science or related degrees
Helen Clymer Scholarship Single mother in Berks county
Hispanic Center Scholarship Hispanic origin
Hispanic Scholarship Fund Hispanic origin
Jeannette Rankin Foundation Low income women age 35 or older
National Federation of the Blind Person who is legally blind
PA Chafee Education & Training Grant Foster children
P.E.O. Berks County Chapter Educational grants for women who had at least a 24 month break in their education. Application process begins with chapter sponsorship. Contact local chapter by email.
Pennsylvania Restaurant and Lodging Association Scholarship Students enrolled in Culinary Arts
Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society Phi Theta Kappa member
Postsecondary Educational Gratuity Program Educational funding to the children of those who lost their lives protecting citizens of PA.

Disclaimer

The college is not associated with individual scholarships, searches, or links listed on this web site. Any questions or concerns should be directed to the scholarship provider.