Featured Scholarships From The Sinclair Foundation

Scholarship Opportunities
United States of America
Posted 3 years ago

The primary goal of The Sinclair Foundation Financial Aid & Scholarships office is to provide financial assistance to students who, without such aid, would be unable to attend college. Although the student and family are expected to provide the primary resources for financing a college education, Sinclair will make every effort to meet the difference between the student’s costs and the amount the family is able to pay.

The Sinclair Foundation  Naecon Scholarship Fund

This scholarship is for high-achieving Electronics Engineering students who are members of the IEEE professional association. It pays out towards any tuition, book, or fee charges remaining after Pell Grant or other grants. To be eligible, students must:

  • Be enrolled in a minimum 3.4 GPA
  • Be actively enrolled Sinclair’s Electronics Engineering Technology program
  • Be a second-year student (minimum 30 credit hours completed)
  • Be a member of IEEE (or become a member upon receipt of the scholarship award)
  • First priority will go to full-time students

 

The Sinclair Foundation – William A. Fitzpatrick Scholarship (For Real Estate)

This scholarship was established in March 1988 by the family of William A. Fitzpatrick to support students pursuing a degree or certificate in Real Estate at Sinclair. To qualify, students must:

  • Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Express a sincere desire to work in the Real Estate Field or currently enrolled in the Real Estate program. This should be described in the Personal Statement that accompanies each students’ application.
  • Enrolled in at least 4 semester hours in courses required to obtain an Associate Degree or Certificate in Real Estate
  • Upload one letter of recommendation from an employer or teacher via their online application

 

The Sinclair Foundation – Doris Miller Scholarship For American Sign Language

This scholarship was established in December 2010 by Christ Episcopal Church and friends to honor the past work of Doris Miller as a teacher of American Sign Language, and to provide financial support for Sinclair students pursuing a degree or certificate in American Sign Language. To qualify, students must:

  • Maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA at
  • Be actively enrolled in an American Sign Language program
  •  have completed at least 10 semester hours of American Sign Language classes to apply
  •  be actively involved with the local deaf community and be a member of the ASL Club (if Club is active). The student should describe these activities as part of the Personal Statement that accompanies each students’ application
  •  upload one letter of recommendation via their online application
  •  have successfully completed Advanced ASL 1 (2231) or be currently enrolled in good standing in Advanced ASL 1 (2231)

 

The Sinclair Foundation -Dale Wilson Respiratory Care Scholarship

This scholarship was established in May 2005 by Barbara Carlisle in the memory of Dale Wilson, former Sinclair student, and to assist students pursuing a degree in Respiratory Care. To be eligible, students must:

  • Maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Have been accepted into the Respiratory Care program and enrolled full time in the program
  • Be a second-year student in Respiratory Care with a minimum of 40 semester hours completed

How to apply: Admission is open to all applicants; however international students on an F1 Visa must submit additional documents to be considered for admission. Some programs have additional requirements that must be completed prior to actually beginning the program. These include the Health Sciences, Paralegal, Police Academy, Early Childhood Education, GM ASEP, Mopar CAP, and Honda PACT programs, as well as the College Credit Plus program and A.I.S. and A.T.S. degrees.

 

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Deadline: November 30, 2018

 

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