Other Scholarship Opportunities
Below is a list of scholarship opportunities available to anyone meeting the specific criteria outlined in the terms of the scholarship.
The TFEC Aspire to Rise Scholarship provides financial assistance for non-traditional students who have experienced adversity in their lives but are looking to overcome those struggles through further education. The TFEC Aspire to Rise Scholarship specifically supports individuals who are 22 years of age or older, who have not completed a post-secondary degree, and plan… Read More
Spring Semester: November 1
GED Testing: Rolling Deadline
For juniors and seniors enrolled at Cedar Cliff, Camp Hill, Mechanicsburg, Trinity, or Harrisburg Academy wishing to travel for educational, service, or mission work.
This scholarship provides opportunities to eligible Pre-K students ages 3 to 5 years old to attend a quality early learning center or preschool program located in Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lebanon, and Perry Counties as well as the Dillsburg area of Northern York County. Students must be enrolled or plan to enroll in an early learning… Read More
For students residing in a district of one of the lowest 15% achieving schools as determined by the Pennsylvania Department of Education to receive funding to attend an out-of-district or private elementary, middle, or high school within Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lebanon, and Perry counties, and the Dillsburg Area.
For juniors or seniors from Harrisburg High School, Sci-Tech High School, Steelton-Highspire High School, or Bishop McDevitt High School who plan to attend HACC to take academic or college-prep courses while still in high school.
This fund was established after the passing of Mr. and Mrs. Leader with the intent to support and motivate youth from the City of Harrisburg to attend Harrisburg Area Community College and succeed in college level work. The George M. and Mary Jane Leader Scholarship was established specifically to support students from Harrisburg High School… Read More
Legal residents of Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, or York county who have been accepted into HACC’s LPN program.
Active scouts in Troop 42, Keystone Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, receive support from this fund so that they may experience Boy Scout summer camp and the opportunities for personal growth that it affords.
The Pennsylvania Art Education Association created this fund to honor the educational career of Clyde M. McGeary. The fund provides scholarships to aspiring art educators in Pennsylvania.