Scholarships & Financial Aid

April 29 - May 13

From the School Counseling Office at Hobart High School

This scholarship newsletter contains information compiled by the School Counseling Department at Hobart High School. Please contact us with any questions!


Scholarships that are new to the newsletter will be posted at the TOP; after the new scholarships, they will be listed by order of deadline.

Learn More Indiana Magazines and Scholarship Opportunity for Grades 11-12

2021-2022 Learn More Indiana magazines are available in both English and Spanish online at LearnMoreIndiana.org/classroom-materials/#magazines. Juniors and seniors are encouraged to enter the Next Indiana magazine student scholarship contest for a chance to win $1500. To enter, students simply need to fill out the entry form here.

NEW! Stop the Bleed Scholarship Program

Scholarship award winners will be announced on or shortly after National STOP THE BLEED® day – May 19, 2022. Please check your email and our social media posts.


Are you a high school student? You can help yourself and help your school by a) making a 1 to 2 minute video or b) writing an essay from 250 to 500 words addressing one of the topic areas below.


Topic #1: Describe or show how you think Stop the Bleed helps to enhance personal and community resilience.


Topic #2: Describe or show how Stop the Bleed training can help at an accident, before emergency responders arrive.


Topic #3: Make the case: Do you think some or all students should be required to learn to Stop the Bleed?


Winning students will receive scholarship money towards post secondary education. The schools of the winning students will receive free STOP THE BLEED® Kits.

This year’s program consists of National Scholarships and Frontline Family Scholarships. Please note that these scholarships have separate applications. Eligible students can apply for both scholarships. Students are limited to one scholarship award.

Eligibility is limited to high school age students in the US and its territories.


Deadline: May 31, 2022

NEW! Braces for All Ages Scholarship

Dr. Brenda Stenftenagel of Braces for All Ages is offering an opportunity to receive a $500 scholarship to a senior high school student that meets the following requirements:

- is a current or former patient of Braces for All Ages

- college bound high school senior

- is planning to study in the medical/dental field


Please write a 500 word essay explaining your accomplishments and goals. Fax your essay to 219-762-3870 or email it to bfaaapril@gmail.com.


Deadline: July 1, 2022

Indiana Chapter of the American Public Works Association Scholarship

The Indiana Chapter of the American Public Works Association would like to offer an opportunity to Indiana high school seniors to receive our 2022 annual scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to a high school senior who would pursue a degree program in a public works related field. Such fields would include Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Parks and Recreation, Municipal Planning, Public Administration Public Works/Municipal Operations and Fleet management among others. The degree may be through a university or technical school course of study. The scholarship awards $1000.00 annually for 4 years provided that the student demonstrates continued progress toward a public works field degree. A paid annual membership to the American Public Works Association is included in the award. Interested high school seniors should complete the attached application. For additional information please go to our website at http://indiana.apwa.net/PageDetails/27287.


Deadline: May 3, 2022

Indiana Latino Institute Scholarships

ILI SCHOLARSHIPS

ILI awards $1,000 need and merit-based scholarships to up to 15 students who show academic excellence and community service involvement. Preference is given to applicants who are Latino first-generation college students. Our academic scholarship applications are due May 31, 2022.

2022 ILI Academic Scholarship Application

The Alivio Medical Center Scholarship was created in 2021 to help Latino students seeking to enter the medical field during their time in school. This scholarship has become one of the main highlights of Alivio’s commitment to the community during its 20th Anniversary Celebration. The Alivio Medical Center Scholarship is an annual, merit-based competition offered to undergraduate or graduate students that focuses on rewarding ambitious, driven, goal-oriented individuals with majors related to the medical field. Including: medical, nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy or optometry. These scholarships in the amount of $1,000.00 will be awarded to 10 eligible students selected by an outside committee. The Alivio Medical Center Scholarship applications are due May 31, 2022.

2022 Alivio Medical Center Scholarship Application


Deadline: May 31, 2022

Class of 2023 BigFuture CollegeBoard Scholarships

Class of 2023, Qualify Yourself for Scholarships!

All juniors: Make yourself eligible for $500 and $40,000 scholarships each month. Earn entries in monthly drawings for scholarships by completing steps to plan for college. The sooner you start and the more steps you complete, the more chances you’ll have to win. This month’s entries will continue to be included in upcoming monthly drawings. Read the Official Rules here.

Earn your first drawing entry now by building your college list of six or more schools.

Start Here


How to Qualify

BigFuture offers tools to help you choose a college and career right for you. When you take steps on BigFuture to get ready for college, you’ll be entered in drawings for $500 and $40,000 scholarships. There are no essay, minimum GPA, test score, or citizenship requirements. It’s easy to enter scholarship drawings each month. Simply complete one of the steps before the deadline, and you’ll be automatically entered to win $500 and $40,000 scholarships! Students whose families earn less than $60,000 a year have extra chances at BigFuture Scholarships because they’re eligible for two entries each drawing.


1

Build Your College List: $500 and $40,000

Explore colleges that interest you on College Search. Add 6 schools to your list to qualify.
Start Date: December 6, 2021

Deadline: June 30, 2022

Build Your List


2

Practice for the SAT: $500 and $40,000

Use Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy to get ready for test day. Start with 1 Timed Mini Section or 1 Diagnostic Quiz to earn your entry.
Start Date: December 6, 2021

Deadline: October 31, 2022

Practice Now


3

Explore Scholarships: $500 and $40,000

Find other scholarships and aid to help you pay for college. Explore a personalized list of scholarships and select Go Apply for at least 1 to learn about requirements.
Start Date: July 1, 2022

Deadline: February 28, 2023


4

Strengthen Your College List: $500 and $40,000

Make sure your list has a mix of colleges – at least 3 reach, 2 match and 1 safety – to qualify.
Start Date: July 1, 2022

Deadline: October 31, 2022


5

Complete the FAFSA: $500 and $40,000

Fill out the free government form to apply for financial aid. To enter, confirm that you already submitted the FAFSA or are ineligible to complete it.
Start Date: October 1, 2022

Deadline: February 28, 2023


6

Apply to Colleges: $500 and $40,000

Apply to 2 or more schools you want to attend to earn an entry.
Start Date: October 1, 2022

Deadline: February 28, 2023


By completing one or more of these steps, all current juniors (class of 2023) with a College Board account who attend high school or are enrolled in a homeschool in the United States or U.S. territories (including Puerto Rico) will be automatically enrolled in drawings.U.S. citizens and residents attending Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) schools abroad may also participate. To remove yourself from drawings, you can select not to participate at bigfuturescholarships.org/opt-out.


Scholarship Drawings

Class of 2023 BigFuture Scholarship winners will be selected through random drawings each month from the end of January 2022 through February 2023. Two $40,000 scholarship winners will be selected each month along with hundreds of $500 scholarship winners.

CollegeBoard Opportunity Scholarships - Class of 2022

Explore Scholarships

Open Through February
Your juniors can find scholarships and other aid to help them pay for college for a chance at $500.


Complete the FAFSA

Open Through February

With the College Board Opportunity Scholarships, students who fill out the FAFSA will earn a chance at a $500 scholarship.


Apply to Colleges

Open through February

Students who apply to 2 or more colleges will earn a chance at a $500 scholarship.

Hobart High School School Counseling Office

Mrs. Danielle Adams, Director of School Counselors dadams@hobart.k12.in.us

Mrs. Victoria Hamilton, Last Names A-E vhamilton@hobart.k12.in.us

Mrs. Peggy Orchard, Last Names F-J porchard@hobart.k12.in.us

Ms. Shelby Clindaniel, Last Names K-Q sclindaniel@hobart.k12.in.us

Mrs. Amanda Hensley, Last Names R-Z ahensley@hobart.k12.in.us

Additional CollegeBoard College and Career Resources

BigFuture™ is home to so much more than just our College Search tool. Use the following free BigFuture tools to guide students on their college-going journey and to increase equity and access in your school:


College Search—Exploration tool for your students as they research colleges based on such preferences as location, majors, type, and campus life.


Scholarship Search—Matches students to scholarships based on the student’s background, achievements, and future plans.


College Board Opportunity Scholarships—Guides juniors and seniors through college planning steps with chances to earn money for college. No application or essay. No GPA or test score minimum. No citizenship requirement.


Student Search Service—The way thousands of colleges and scholarships connect with more than five million students. Students can opt in online or when registering for a College Board assessment to receive information from colleges and scholarship organizations.


Career Finder™—Career exploration tool that helps students make informed academic and career decisions based on what truly drives them and connects them to compatible schools.

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