Making the Dream of Attending College A Reality
Each year the Broward Education Foundation Scholarship Celebration raises dollars to provide scholarships to deserving graduating seniors who dream of attending college.
Through the Broward Education Fund, with support from the Broward Advisors for Continuing Education (BRACE), qualifying Broward County students receive scholarships to attend a state or community college, university or vocational school.
Who Can Apply
Student selection is based on un-met financial need and additional criteria when specified. Scholarships are awarded to graduating seniors who have exhausted all other avenues for financial aid and still fall short of the financial means necessary to attend state or community college, university or vocational school. Broward County Public Schools graduating seniors are encouraged to apply for the many different scholarships that are offered by the Broward Education Foundation.
When to Apply
October-April of each school year.
Throughout the year the BRACE Advisors encourage students to apply for scholarships. As a service to the Foundation, the advisors are a part of the committee that conducts the review and selection of the awardees.
Since the creation of the Broward Education Scholarship Fund, the Broward Education Foundation has provided over 4,500 scholarships to graduating high school seniors, totaling over 10.0 million dollars.
How to Apply – www.browardedfoundation.org/apply
- Scholarship Application – The deadline for the on-line application is April 2, 2018.
- Scholarship Check List – Please print and return.
- Release Form for Media Recording or Image – Print and Return.
Sample of Additional Scholarship Opportunities
- Marlene Methelis Memorial Art Scholarship
- CIO Council Technology Scholarship
- Drs. Puranik Green Energy Engineering Scholarship
Visit your BRACE Advisor for additional scholarship opportunities.
Check back often as additional scholarship opportunities are constantly being added.
For further information on Student Scholarships, please contact our office at 754-321-2036 or email Claudette Lavoie to find out how you can make a difference in a Student’s life.