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NEBRASKA FOSTER AND ADOPTIVE PARENT ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP

APPLICATION DEADLINE:   April 2, 2018

$250 Scholarship

NFAPA awards scholarships to youth who have received foster care, adoption or guardianship services and wish to further their education beyond high school or GED.  The scholarship form is available below.  Requirements and submission instructions are listed. 

2018 NFAPA Scholarship Application


The Lincoln Community Foundation manages over 50 scholarship funds that benefit students across the state of Nebraska.  Check their website after January 2017 for more information about their scholarship opportunities. There are generous scholarships offered to students in foster care in the State of Nebraska by the Mildred Fry Scholarship Fund at the Lincoln Community Foundation.  Three awards of a minimum of $1,500.00 are available this year to students who meet minimum admissions criteria and plan to enroll in a 2 or 4 year college or university within 6 months of graduation from high school.  Previous recipients may reapply by submitting another application. Contact info below:


Phone:  402-474-2345  Fax: 402-476-8532   www.lcf.org/impacting-community/student-scholarships


EducationQuest Scholarships!

Contact the EducationQuest Foundation for a free database that contains over 2000 Nebraska-based scholarships!   http://www.educationquest.org/scholarshipquest


The National Foster Parent Association (NFPA) has a Youth Scholarship Fund that was established to benefit foster, adoptive and birth children of NFPA members.  Up to five scholarships are awarded annually based on available funds.  Visit NFPA's Youth Scholarship page at http://nfpaonline.org/nfpascholarship for more information.  


 Horatio Alger Scholarships 
Questions? Visit https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/ or call toll free at
866-763-9228


The American Educational Guidance Center recommends looking at their page for 60 no-cost scholarship search sites:  http://college-scholarships.com/


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