All Scholarships Alphabetical order

|All Scholarships Alphabetical order

James & Marianne Lane

Eligibility

College/University: Any with Preference given to Washington & Jefferson College
Financial Need: No
Renewable: Yes

Specific preferences:

  • Preference given to students attending Washington & Jefferson College

2015

Average grant amount: $1,000
Number of Grants: 1
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King-Alderson Family

Eligibility

College/University: West Virginia University or Alderson Broaddus College
Financial Need: Yes
Renewable: Yes

Specific preferences:

  • Demonstrate academic ability

2015

Average grant amount: $1,200
Number of Grants: 7

Henry E. King

Eligibility

College/University: Any
Financial Need: Yes
Renewable: If a current member of the Home Builders Association of Greater Charleston

Specific preferences:

  • Awarded to immediate family members of owners or employees of companies, which are current members of, and have been members of, the Home Builders Association of Greater Charleston for at least one full year.
  • Enrolled full time in either a two-year or four-year course of undergraduate study.
  • Additional information is required on page 5 of the application.

2015

Average grant amount: $1,500
Number of Grants: 2
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Kids’ Chance of West Virginia, Inc.

Eligibility

College/University: Any
Financial Need: Yes
Renewable: Yes

Specific preferences:

  • Children ( ages 16 – 25) of West Virginia’s workers who have been seriously, catastrophically or fatally injured in an on-the-job accident, who due to lack of financial resources resulting from the accident, would not otherwise have the opportunity to pursue further schooling.
  • To verify eligibility for the scholarship, applicants must attach a copy of the order or letter from the workers’ compensation carrier granting a disability award or dependent’s benefits. If the applicant does not have a copy of the order or letter granting benefits, a copy may be obtained from the workers’ compensation carrier.

2015

Average grant amount: $4,000
Number of Grants: 2
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James S. Kessel

Eligibility

College/University: Any
Financial Need: Yes
Renewable: No

Specific preferences:

  • Resident of Jackson County
  • Graduating senior of Ripley High School

2015

Average grant amount: $1,400
Number of Grants: 1
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Kanawha Valley Mining Institute, Inc

Eligibility

College/University: Any
Financial Need: Yes
Renewable: Yes

Specific preferences:

  • Graduate from a high school in one of the following counties; Boone, Clay, Fayette, Kanawha, Putnam and Raleigh and must have an overall 3.0 GPA
  • Student may renew scholarship three times in the three following calendar years by maintaining full-time student status with a minimum of 2.7 GPA. If student fails to qualify for any one year, he/she may subsequently requalify for the remaining original term of the award, but may not re-qualify for the second time if he/she fails to maintain qualifications for a second time.
  • Must be enrolled in a four-year Bachelor of Science Degree Program in one of the following disciplines at an accredited institution located in the United States:

    Mining Engineering

    Civil Engineering

    Mechanical Engineering

    Electrical Engineering

    Environmental Engineering

    Industrial Engineering

2015

Average grant amount: $2,000
Number of Grants: 1