Future Flyer Pitch - Scholarship Competition for Future Entrepreneurs
Deadline: November 1, 2018
High school juniors and seniors: If you have big ideas and the passion to make a difference, you could win a trip to an in-person, start-up-style competition and up to $40,000 in scholarships over four years to the University of Dayton.

To enter the competition, submit a 2minute video that presents a solution to a challenge faced by your local community. You may enter as a team (up to four students per team).
https://www.udayton.edu/my/future-flyer-pitch.php
Sixt Scholars Program
Deadline: November 30, 2018
Sixt rent a car is pleased to offer five high school seniors graduating in 2019 the opportunity to receive a $5,000 scholarship and become a Sixt scholar. The program is designed to assist high school students who plan to continue their education in college. Scholarships are offered each year for full-time study at an accredited institution of the student's choice.
https://www.sixt.com/sixt-scholars/
Dirk Derrick Car & Truck Accident Injury Scholarship
Deadline: December 15, 2018
The Dirk Derrick Car & Truck Accident Injury Scholarship is an award for any current or soon-to-be undergrad who has had his or her life altered due to an injury from a car or truck accident, be it their own injury, that of a loved one, or an influential individual.
https://www.derricklawfirm.com/library/scholarship.cfm
Scholarship Opportunities
** This list was last updated in October 2018. It will be updated throughout the year as more local and national scholarships become available.


Below you will find links to College/University specific Scholarships:
General Scholarship Search Engines

Ohio Means Jobs - Scholarship Search (you don't have to create an account!)
https://jobseeker.k-12.ohiomeansjobs.monster.com/FundIt/scholarship.aspx
Specific Scholarships **

FAFSA, Grants, Loans, etc.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA): Students can begin filling out the FAFSA on October 1st and 2016 tax information will be used to fill out the financial information section of the FAFSA.
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Before beginning the FAFSA, students and one parent/guardian should register for a FSA ID. This can be done at any time! The FSA ID permits students and parents/guardians to electronically sign FAFSA documents, access personal records, and make binding legal obligations.
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To obtain a FSA ID and complete the FAFSA, use only this web address:  www.fafsa.ed.gov. DO NOT use any other web address!!
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FM will be hosting a FAFSA night on November 8th from 4:00pm to 6:30pm. Sinclair Community College will have associates here to help parents and students complete the FAFSA. More information will be sent home about this as we get closer to the date.
Institutional Grants: There are other grants in addition to federal aid. Colleges provide institutional grants to help make up the difference between college costs and what a family can be expected to contribute through income, savings, loans, and student earnings. Other institutional grants, known as merit awards or merit scholarships, are awarded on the basis of academic achievement. Some merit awards are offered only to students whose families demonstrate financial need, while others are awarded without regard to a family’s finances. Some grants come with special privileges or obligations. You will want to find out about the types of grants awarded by each college you are considering.
Loans: Unlike grants or work study, loans are borrowed money that must be repaid, with interest. These are real loans- just like car loans or mortgages. Students cannot have these loans cancelled because they do not like the education they receive or because they are having financial difficulty. These loans are a serious obligation, so students need to think about the amount that must be repaid over the years before taking out a loan. There are several different types of loans such as Federal Perkins Loans, Stafford Loans, and PLUS Loans. More information about these loans can be found at https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/home.