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November is National Scholarship Month!
Join us in highlighting the importance of scholarships in improving access to higher education. Answer each week's question & participate on Twitter using #NationalScholarshipMonth!


Thank you for participating in National Scholarship Month!


Question from week 1 (11/5):
What is one thing you can do this month to bring attention to scholarships?

Question from week 2 (11/12):
What is your favorite resource or report on scholarships? Shares yours and we'll include it on our resources page!

Question from week 3 (11/19):
What does National Scholarship Month mean to you and your scholars?

Email your responses to Sarah at shughes@scholarshipproviders.org
, or tweet using #NationalScholarshipMonth. Answers will be compiled and included in December's issue of the NSPA Scholarship Times.



  Congratulations to the winners of the
2014 Scholarship Provider of the Year (SPOY) Awards!
 

Jeannette Rankin Women's Scholarship Fund 

    

Red Rocks Community College Foundation 

     

Read the press release here
Find out more about the SPOY Awards here


  
Save the date! The 2015 NSPA Annual Conference will be in 
Charleston, SC, from October 12-14



Resources for Scholarship Programs from the NSPA

                           

Award Displacement Talking Points
The NSPA has compiled talking points on award displacement to help students and families understand this issue. Anyone can reproduce these documents without permission, so please share with your colleagues!

     
 

National Report:
Private Scholarships Count

 

   

White Paper:
Award Displacement



Private Scholarships Count:
Access to Higher Education and
the Critical Role of the Private Sector
 
Click here to read report. 

 

Impact of Award
Displacement on Students
and their Families: Recommendations for
Colleges, Universities, Policymakers and
Scholarship Providers.
Click here to read.

     


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Scholarship Resources

                  



  
Free Online Resources from
Pathways to College Network
 


 

 


NSPA Leading the Way

The National Scholarship Providers Association is the only national organization dedicated solely to supporting the needs of professionals administering scholarships in colleges and universities, non-profits, foundations, and businesses.
Learn More

 

NSPA 2013 - 2015 Strategic Business Plan 


"NSPA has been the catalyst to helping us be more effective and efficient in our mission! Through the national conference and resource meetings, we have had the privilege to learn from like-minded organizations, discover new tools of the trade, and share in the wider movement to help more deserving students earn their college degrees." - David R. Dukes, Simon Foundation for Education and Housing

NSPA Member Highlights

Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation

"Membership in the NSPA has been an invaluable resource over the years. The ability to meaningfully connect with other scholarship providers committed to student success has had a positive and enduring impact on our own ability to make a difference in the lives of our Scholars." -Jane Hale Hopkins, Vice President

Since 1989, the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation has helped dreams come true for high-achieving students across the country, providing a total of more than $60 million in scholarships to 5,437 high school seniors through the Coca-Cola Scholars Program and 5,750 community college students through the Two-Year Scholars Program. The Coca-Cola System believes that investing in students who are leaders, both academically and in service to others, will result in positive, lasting change and sustainable communities.

Beginning in the fall of 2013, the Foundation modified their selection process to incorporate regional interviews and increased all awards to $20,000 each for 150 Coca-Cola Scholars. Once selected, these Scholars travel to Atlanta to celebrate and commend the noble impact they have already had in their communities and participate in a two day Leadership Development Institute.

In addition to awarding college financial assistance to exceptional students, the Foundation connects and continually nurtures an extended family of passionate, motivated, socially-conscious and service-minded leaders. Scholars created an Alumni Advisory Board in 2006 and have hosted Leadership Summits focused on alumni professional and personal development in 2008 and 2013. The lifetime connection, camaraderie and sense of family are what make the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation unique. 


Find out more at www.coca-colascholars.org

Read inspiring stories about Coca-Cola Scholars and their journeys here.





Member Highlights Archive  


Job Board

Scholarship Program Assessment Consultant
The Oregon Community Foundation
Portland, OR
(Posted 11/21/14)

Executive Director
The Hartford Promise
Hartford, CT
(Posted 11/21/14)

Program Coordinator
Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation
Indianapolis, IN
(Posted 11/14/14)

Senior Manager, Earl Woods Scholarship Program

The Tiger Woods Foundation
Anaheim, CA
(Posted 9/30/14)

Program Coordinator, Higher Ed

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
Lansdowne, VA
(Posted 9/17/14)

College Program Coordinator
Simon Family Foundation
San Clemente, CA
(Posted 7/23/14)




Members: to post a job announcement, email shughes@scholarshipproviders.org