Houzz is the leading platform for home renovation and design,
providing people with everything they need to improve their homes from
start to finish – online or from a mobile device. Students can create
free online profiles to showcase your portfolio of work, network with
more than a million professionals locally and around the world, attend
events for home remodeling and design professionals, and access
Houzz’s industry-leading market research. Houzz also
has multiple scholarships available in the areas of
architecture, interior design, residential design, sustainable design,
and landscape architecture.
Houzz is expanding their scholarship program to give out four grants
twice a year in the following categories: Women in Architecture,
Residential Interior Design, Sustainable Residential Design, and
The deadline for the Fall 2017 cycle is June 30, 2017. Full
information is available at www.houzz.com/scholarships.
McLane Scholarship Program
In June of 2013, GSUSA announced the five-year Chuck McLane Scholarship available for Girl
Scout Gold Award recipients who completed a STEM Take Action project
and who will attend an accredited four-year college or university as a
freshman beginning in fall 2017 to pursue and complete studies in a
STEM-related field. The scholarship program awards a $10,000 college
scholarship to two recipients each year, up to a total of ten
recipients by 2017.
It's widely known that there are far fewer women than men in
computer science, but how can we help reverse that
trend? ComputerScience.org is part of a new initiative to form the
next generation of engineers, developers, and network administrators,
and they are striving to get more women involved.
Because college can be so expensive for women pursuing engineering
degrees, we've collected 20
scholarships available only to women earning computer science
degrees. It's part of a larger resource ComputerScience.org has
created to bring more women into STEM fields.
View additional computer science scholarship resources.
We are excited to announce the opportunity for girls to participate
in the 2016 KPMG Future Leaders Program, which will include receiving
a KPMG Future Leaders Scholarship for $10,000 each year for 4 years of
college, attending the 3-day KPMG Future Leaders Retreat at Stanford
University this July, and participating in the KPMG Future Leaders
Mentoring Program for one year. The Office of Condoleezza Rice is
currently accepting applications. They will select 16 top high school
senior female students from around the country to participate in this
The KPMG Future Leaders Program application includes
an overview of the program, instructions on how to apply, and a list
of specific criteria needed to qualify for the program. You can also
read a cover letter from Dr. Condoleezza Rice and Lynne
Doughtie, Chairman and CEO, KPMG LLP.
are due to the Office of Condoleezza Rice at Stanford University by
January 30, 2017. The 16 winners will be selected and notified
by April 5.
Elks State Association
The Texas Elks State Association awards a $2,500 scholarship
annually to one Texas graduating senior who has earned the Girl Scout
Gold Award. The 2017 scholarship must be used at a Texas college,
university or trade/vocational school during the 2016–17 school year.
here for the application.
If you have any questions, please call Patty Trimingham at
409-770-3113. Additional scholarships are available on the Texas Elks website.
Paul Smith's College - Girl Scout Scholarship
Paul Smith's College in New York is excited to announce a new
scholarship opportunity for Girl Scouts who have earned the Gold
Award. Students who are accepted to Paul Smith's College will receive
a $1000 Scholarship for their accomplishment in Girl Scouts. This
scholarship will renew each year the student is enrolled at Paul
Smith's and will be offered in addition to other scholarships or
grants offered by Paul Smith's College. To apply or more questions,
please visit: www.paulsmiths.edu/financialaid/scholarships or
contact Keith Braun in the Office of Admissions at email@example.com.
Did you know that the average female college graduate from the class
of 2008 has only paid off 33% of her student loans compared to her
male classmates at 44%? It doesn't have to be like this. There are
options for women in higher education to minimize their loan debt. We
want to close this gap by connecting more female students with
scholarships and funding which is why our team created a guide to financial aid for women.
This guide is a free resource that offers scholarships and financial
aid information for all women pursuing higher education and includes
specific content for students in traditionally underrepresented fields
like STEM and finance as well as often underserved groups like single
mothers and veterans.