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Communities Foundation of Texas (CFT) is privileged to partner with our generous donors on the following scholarship opportunities. Starting on January 15th, the 2020 Universal Application will be available to students through our new scholarship portal. 

Please read the scholarship descriptions carefully to understand the criteria. No documentation will be accepted outside of the application portal or after the scholarship deadline that is listed below.

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AAF Dallas Foundation Scholarship Fund



The AAF Dallas Foundation Scholarship provides one-year scholarships for up to $2,000 to current college students with average academic achievement and financial need working towards a bachelors or masters degree in the field of advertising or marketing communications, including advertising, marketing, radio/tv/film, journalism, graphic design and communications or related fields.
 

March 01, 2020 -

Bob Edge Scholarship Fund



The Bob Edge Scholarship was established in 2005 to honor the work of Bob Edge through assistance to emerging commercial real estate professionals. Multiple scholarships of varying amounts may be awarded. The scholarship may be used for tuition and/or registration fees towards classes to achieve professional designations, such as but not limited to CCIM, SIOR, MAI, CPM, LED certification, etc., or to fulfill other real estate industry related requirements, memberships or degrees.
 

March 01, 2020 -

Bridges College Scholarship Fund for Graduating High School Seniors and College Students



Bridges College Scholarships are awarded to graduating seniors and past graduates of Bishop Lynch High School in Dallas, Texas. Multiple awardees are selected each year, with individual one-year awards in the maximum amount of $10,000.

April 01, 2020 -

C.C. Miao & Rosalind Miao Scholarship Fund



The C.C. Miao & Rosalind Miao Scholarship provides scholarships for graduating Seniors, current undergraduate, and graduate school students attending any accredited college or university in the State of Texas. Multiple scholarships are awarded each year, ranging from one to four-years. Award amounts vary.
 

April 01, 2020 -

C.V.M. Scholarship Fund



The C.V.M. Scholarship provides a one-year scholarship of up to $10,000 total to a graduate of MISD pursuing a college degree, community college degree, or trade school certification.
 

March 01, 2020 -

Carter Creech Scholarship



The Carter Creech Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to graduating seniors of Troy Buchanan High School in Troy, Missouri to pursue an undergraduate degree at a four-year college or university. Annual scholarships will range from $4,000 to a maximum of $8,000. Recipients can reapply each year and be considered for additional aid for up to a total of $16,000-$32,000 over four years.
 

April 01, 2020 -

Cecil L. Smith Scholarship Fund



The Cecil L. Smith Scholarship provides a one-year scholarship of up to $5,000 total to a graduate of Greenwood High School in Arkansas pursuing a college degree, community college degree, or trade school certification. Scholarship monies may be used for tuition, fees and books and will be paid directly to the awardee’s school. Ideal candidates are those who demonstrate average achievement, hard work, self-sufficiency, and financial need.
 

March 01, 2020 -

Charles E. Crow Memorial Scholarship Fund



The Charles E. Crow Memorial Scholarship provides a one-year scholarship of up to $5,000 total to a graduate of Big Pasture High School in Randlett, Oklahoma pursuing a college degree, community college degree, or trade school certification. Scholarship monies may be used for tuition, fees and books and will be paid directly to the awardee’s school. Ideal candidates are those who demonstrate average achievement, hard work, self-sufficiency, and financial need.

 

March 01, 2020 -

Dallas Athletic Club Scholarship



The Dallas Athletic Club Scholarship provides one-year scholarships of up to $5,000 each, to be used for tuition, books and fees for any field of study at any accredited 2-year or 4-year college or university or trade/vocational schools within the United States.
 

April 01, 2020 -