Can I reapply?
Below is a list of scholarships that allow students who received the award as a graduating high school senior to reapply for additional funding.
The Americans for the Competitive Enterprise System (ACES) Foundation Fund wishes to offer a scholarship to Cumberland, Dauphin, or Perry County high school seniors planning to attend a school of higher education whose study shall be of business focus; i.e. management, administration, finance, actuarial sciences, etc. This can also include students studying trades such as… Read More
The Anil and Neema Thakrar Family Fund will be used to assist graduating seniors from any high school in Cumberland, Dauphin, or Perry County, or current college students with permanent residences in Cumberland, Dauphin, or Perry counties, for the study of math, science, and engineering, or a medical related discipline.
This scholarship was created on June 22, on Ben’s birthday; in his memory. Ben lost his life in a tragic car accident in 2011 at age 21. Ben excelled in cross-country and track. His senior year he received the Outstanding Athlete Award from Big Spring High School. Not only was he an outstanding athlete, but… Read More
The Bruce Mangione Fund is an endowment of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities. This fund was established through memorial gifts in honor of Bruce Mangione, former President and owner of Harrisburg Steam Works. Bruce was involved in the development of the Hilton Harrisburg Hotel and Towers, on the board of the Harristown Development Corporation, and… Read More
The Carrie and George Lyter Scholarship, established in 2002, is an endowment of the Perry County Community Foundation, a regional foundation of TFEC. It is available for students attending Perry county high schools and entering a 4-year degree in an education field. Preference will be given to those studying with emphasis on science or math;… Read More
Students who are present or former residents of one of the following Pennsylvania counties: Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Montour, Northumberland, Perry, Snyder, or York, and currently enrolled in an architecture degree program.
The Conrad Siegel “Numbers Matter” Community Scholarship was developed by the Board of Conrad M. Siegel, Inc. (Harrisburg, PA). The award was established to promote math and financial education for Central PA’s underserved/minority communities. Conrad M. Siegel, Inc. noticed that they do not see much diversity in the applicants for their math and finance positions…. Read More
The David M. Kleppinger Family Scholarship Fund wishes to offer a scholarship to a graduate of Hershey High School in Hershey, Pennsylvania or Emmaus High School in Emmaus, Pennsylvania who will attend Penn State Main Campus in State College, Pennsylvania or Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Florida as a full-time student and who… Read More
The Dr. George H. and Mrs. Hettie S. Love “Love of Learning” Scholarship is established by the Bishop Nathan Baxter Chapter of the Union of Black Episcopalians for Students of Color with a primary focus on the Black community, entering a 2-year or 4-year college majoring in Education. Preference is given to a student attending… Read More
This scholarship was established by J.M. Heberlig & B.J. Helterbran who both believe that education matters and know that it is becoming more difficult than ever to afford to reach your goals. Together with family, friends, and community, we can all accomplish great things. Jody, a High School Art Teacher, and Beth, who has worked… Read More
This scholarship provides opportunities to 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.
The Family & Children’s Services of Lebanon County Fund of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities provides financial scholarships for Lebanon County residents pursuing higher education degrees in social sciences and human services. The scholarships are granted to students enrolled in accredited schools of advanced education in the fields of medicine, nursing, social work, mental health,… Read More
The G. Thomas Balsbaugh Memorial Scholarship Fund wishes to offer scholarships to Dauphin County high school seniors planning to attend a four-year college or university.
The Gary D. Radine Scholarship Fund of the Holding Company System of Delta Dental of California was established in 2016 as a project of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities. This scholarship program is for the children of employees of Delta Dental to assist with college tuition expenses.
The Gordon B. and Josephine Hewlett Memorial Scholarship assists Franklin county students who wish to pursue college degrees in nursing. The primary purpose of this scholarship is to assist undergraduate students, but in the absence of qualified applicants, the scholarship may go to graduate students. The scholarship was established in 1999 by the children of… Read More
The Harry N. and Melva A. Derickson Scholarship Fund is an endowment fund of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities. The income from the fund is used to assist residents from Cumberland, Dauphin and Perry Counties for a course of study in preparation for medical or dental school, nursing, physical therapy, other medical related fields, or… Read More
The Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Harrisburg established its Scholarship Program in 1987. Each year this Association awards 5-10 up to $2000 scholarships to local area youth based on academic factors, applicant performance and career goals, with extra consideration given to students furthering their education in the Building/Construction Industry and related fields such as Architecture,… Read More
The Jack and Edna May Yost Scholarship Fund, an endowment fund of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities, awards scholarships to graduating seniors of a Dauphin or Cumberland county high school who will attend a two or four-year accredited college. Preference will be given to children of postal employees; students who plan to major in nursing… Read More
The James G. Hewlett Memorial Scholarship Fund was established through the estate of James G. Hewlett to support students who are Franklin county residents who are studying nursing or other medical support occupations, such as radiological technology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, laboratory technology, nurse practitioners, inhalation therapy, etc. The fund is intended to support students… Read More
JEM Group is a woman-owned construction services firm located in Central Pennsylvania. From the beginning, the driving force of the JEM Group has been to improve the communities where they live and build. The JEM Diversity in Construction Scholarship Fund was born out of the JEM CEO’s (Jessica Meyers) desire to see more young women… Read More
Born in 1962 in McConnellsburg, PA and raised in rural Mercersburg, Jerry was an accomplished musician and songwriter. He was chosen at an early age by his hometown minister who noted that his hands were going to be used to do the work of the Lord. He graduated from James Buchanan High School in 1980… Read More
Established in memory of Jill B. Whiting, who graciously volunteered her time in the music department at Central Dauphin High School. The income from the fund is used to assist students of the Central Dauphin School District for a course of study in music or music education.
Students who are present or former residents of one of the following Pennsylvania counties: Adams, Bedford, Blair, Centre, Clinton, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lycoming, Mifflin, Montour, Northumberland, Perry, Snyder, Tioga, Union, or York, and studying in the final three years of a Bachelor of Architecture program OR in a graduate program… Read More
Judith Anne Ingram spent a long career in elementary education, first in Virginia, then in the Titusville (PA) School District and for many years in the Mechanicsburg Area School District. She served as principal at several schools in the MASD, with her longest tenure at Northside Elementary School. She received a Bachelor’s Degree with honors… Read More
The Kahl Family Scholarship was created in honor of Lewis J. Kahl, who will be remembered for his huge heart and zeal for life. Lewis lived in Ephrata School District for over 60 years. He and his wife, Roberta, have three children who all attended Ephrata High School, continued to college, and are all very… Read More
Governor George Leader was born in York County in 1918. His term as Governor of Pennsylvania in the 1950’s was the highlight of his life. He was a champion for those with disabilities as well as education and worked hard to bring about positive change in both areas. Mr. Leader was a man of convictions… Read More
The Leon I. Lock and Barbara R. Lock Scholarship fund is an endowment of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities. This scholarship is available to graduates of any high school in Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lebanon, or Perry counties who will attend Harrisburg Area Community College to study a health career. Scholarship is available to graduating seniors… Read More
The Leon Lowengard Scholarship has been established to memorialize the late Leon Lowengard. The award is for students attending Harrisburg City Public Schools and surrounding districts with special consideration given to students who are of Jewish faith.
The PFLAG – Greater Harrisburg Chapter developed the Lippert-Sizemore Scholarship Fund in 2023. The scholarship recognizes outstanding persons from Central PA for their involvement in the LGBTQ+ community and encourages post-secondary education of LGBTQ+ persons and their allies while promoting a positive image of LGBTQ+ persons in society.
Income of the Lou Drane Fund and the Joseph L. and Vivian E. Steele Fund is used annually to grant scholarships to students of classical music in the fields of composition, teaching, and performance. There is only one application to complete through the universal application.
The Mabel M. Witmer Scholarship Fund wishes to assist students in obtaining training beyond high school level in trade or technical schools. This scholarship is fund of the Franklin County Community Foundation, a regional foundation of TFEC.
The Mary Grace Shearer MSW Scholarship for the Advancement of Social Work is established for students entering their junior or senior year of college majoring in social work at Council of Social Work Education (CSWE) accredited bachelor’s degree program in selected counties in Pennsylvania. The eligible student would have at least a 3.0 GPA and… Read More
Mary Sachs was called a “Merchant Princess” by U. S. Sen. Edward Martin in 1958, and Eleanor Roosevelt described her in 1960 as “a very remarkable woman.” She came to the United States from Lithuania as a 4-year-old. After losing her job in a Harrisburg dress shop for being honest with a customer, she decided… Read More
The Mercer Vu Farms/Ron and Judy Hissong Scholarship for Agriculture Fund was set up in honor of Ron Hissong, a life-long dairy farmer, who along with his wife, established Mercer Vu Farms Inc. The scholarship was setup by his wife Judy and their sons Rick and Rod to continue Ron’s passion for agriculture and giving… Read More
The Ollie Rosenberg Educational Trust Fund is used to assist students with business, technical, or trade school tuition expenses. This scholarship fund was established in memory of Ollie to carry on his quiet tradition of helping others to reach their education and professional goals, particularly in the areas of business, trade, or technical training. The… Read More
The Ray S. Shoemaker Scholarship has been established to memorialize the late Ray S. Shoemaker.
The Roberta L. Houpt Scholarship Fund will assist students from Cumberland, Dauphin and Perry counties studying nursing at a college or university of their choice. This scholarship fund was established in 1998 by Lyndell S. Houpt, a long time secretary of the Camp Hill High School, in loving memory of her daughter Roberta L. Houpt,… Read More
Hannah and Lester Royer are the Matriarch and Patriarch of Royer’s Flowers and Gifts. They both attended Elizabethtown College and studied to become teachers in the 1920’s. It was very rare for a woman to attend college in that period of time, but Hannah and Lester both had a strong determination to improve themselves by… Read More
Samuel L. Abrams, a Harrisburg businessman, distinguished himself during a lifetime of participation in his community through philanthropic, social and political activities. Born in Lithuania, Mr. Abrams immigrated with his parents to the United States and Harrisburg at the age of three. He attended Harrisburg city schools, graduating from Harrisburg Technical High School in 1922…. Read More
This fund was established by Dr. Robert E. and Glenda Scott Singiser to provide scholarships for academically sound students in need of financial assistance, and who are seniors or have graduated from Mechanicsburg Area High School. This fund is in recognition of the members of the Singiser Family who have continuously resided in the Mechanicsburg… Read More
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, planning to attend a four year college or university,… Read More
The LeTort Scholarship Fund is an endowment fund that provides scholarships to three distinct groups of individuals with a mission to empower deserving students in their educational journeys and cultivate a brighter future for all. The three groups are: Graduates from the Carlisle Area School District Graduating seniors from public high schools who have been… Read More
We Love People…. Especially our teammates and their families. Love is an action word which means that our team would like to assist with the financial burden higher education places on our families. We want to assist in making education more accessible because it can open doors for the future and enable individuals to pursue… Read More
York Rotary Charitable Endowment Fund provides financial support for the academic success of York students seeking higher education. Thanks to the generous support of Club members, York Rotary Scholarships have been established to reward the academic success, community service, and student determination of York residents attending college, university, trade, or technical school. York Rotary Charitable Endowment… Read More
The Zachary Moore Music Memorial Fund is intended to support music development as envisioned by our son, Zachary. He wanted to pursue a non-traditional, innovative, and creative approach to bring forth music and help release the music he heard in his mind, body and soul.