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Posted Date: 03/03/2023


TTA Foundation   DUE: 3/31

The Texas Telephone Association Foundation is a non-profit, philanthropic organization founded to help further the understanding of telephony and advance telecommunications as a career choice.

The TTA Foundation is focused on fostering a greater understanding of the importance to the Texas economy of reliable, efficient telecommunications infrastructure. The Foundation is committed to promoting education and research in telephony and to promote the field of telephony as a professional career choice.

The TTA Foundations sponsors and promotes lectures, seminars, and other instructional endeavors and grants scholarships to Texas high school students each year.

Scholarship Information

The TTA Foundation is accepting new scholarship applications for the 2023 – 2024 academic year. Applications are due by March 31st, 2023

Click Here for the Application


The County & District Clerks' Association of Texas   DUE: 4/1

CDCAT is proud to award scholarships to our members children and grandchildren. Hundreds of scholarships have been awarded through the years. To review qualifications and required credentials, see the "Scholarship Guidelines" below.

Once you have meet the required credentials, download and complete a scholarship packet.

Scholarship Guidelines

  1. Submit a completed scholarship application. Incomplete applications may not be considered.

  2. Submit a copy of a recent transcript (high school/college) together with a letter from your high school principal or former teacher explaining the applicant's potential as a college student.

  3. Applicants must be a high school graduate (at least will graduate prior to the Clerk's June Conference at the time the scholarship would be awarded)

  4. Applicants must be younger than 22 years of age. The oldest age to be considered will be person 22 years old.

  5. Any application received by the President of the Association after the date of April 1, shall not be considered by the Committee.

  6. Scholarships will be awarded at the annual conference of the County and District Clerk's Association of Texas.

  7. The President of the County & District Clerk's Association of Texas will appoint a Scholarship Committee to review the applications and make the selection. This committee shall consist of a County Clerk, a District Clerk, and a County-District Clerk who none shall have submitted an application for review that year.

  8. The President of the County & District Clerk's Association shall not be eligible to submit an application during the year of which they are serving the Association as President.

  9. The student’s grade average should be considered, but the grades should not be the only factor considered. The needs of the student, whether the student is receiving any other scholarships, the student's sincere desire to attend college and any other similar information should be considered.

  10. A past scholarship winner is ineligible to receive an additional scholarship.

  11. One half (1/2) of the scholarship money awarded shall be made payable to the student upon proof of enrollment of at least 12 hours in an accredited college. The remaining one half (1/2) shall be made payable to the student upon proof of additional second semester of 12 hours of enrollment and presentment of proof to the treasurer of a minimum 2.0 GPA. Failure to present proof of enrollment and GPA of the immediate succeeding semester shall constitute a forfeiture of the remaining amount of money and will remain in the said scholarship fund to be used for another scholarship.

  12. Accredited Trade Schools, where the student would be attending at least one full year (or the Trade Schools determination of a term/year) can be considered for a scholarship. Any application requiring less than this time shall not be considered.


RMHC® of Greater North Texas 2022 – 2023 Scholarship    DUE:4/1

Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that creates, finds, and
supports programs that directly improve the health and wellbeing of children and their families. Its
programs are grassroots-driven to enable the Charity to offer help where children need it most – right in
their own communities. The RMHC Scholars Scholarship is offered unilaterally to children of all backgrounds
and ethnicities based on an assessment of academic achievement and need. Through the RMHC Scholars
Scholarship Program, the focus will be on opening the door to higher education for graduating high school
seniors who face limited access to educational and career opportunities. It will allow all students to apply
for a scholarship regardless of race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, gender, disability, or national
origin. The program seeks to invest in students who are exemplary role models in their communities and
have the initiative to fulfill their educational goals.
The RMHC Scholars Scholarship Program is intended to support students who have a desire to pursue higher
education and express a commitment to serve their community. These students have varying academic
qualifications, financial needs, and leadership attributes.
To both recognize students’ achievements from an academic and community-oriented perspective, we also
want to be aware of their need for support financially.
Students are selected and awards are distributed based on demonstrated academic achievement, financial
need, and community involvement.
Scholarships must be designated for graduating high school seniors.
Scholarship applicants must:
• Live within a participating Chapter’s geographic boundaries.
• Be a legal U. S. resident.
o Applicants will self-certify, through their signature, that they meet all eligibility
requirements. In the event it is determined that an awardee does not meet requirements,
the scholarship can be revoked.

• Be less than 21 years of age.
• Carry a minimum 2.7 GPA.
• Be eligible to enroll and attend an institution of higher education or a vocational/technical school.
• Disclose other scholarship programs that he/she has applied to.

• Plan to enroll at an accredited post-secondary education institution during the academic year
following their graduation.
• Complete and submit a scholarship application.
• Be willing to provide additional verification of all information in the scholarship application, upon




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