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HTSF grants $100,000 in
scholarships - see www.htsfund.org
or call 212.333.7456 or 212.986.6881 or write Hellenic Times
Scholarship Fund, Attn. Nick Katsoris, 823 Eleventh Avenue, New
York, NY 10019.
Hellenic Professional Society of Texas
For Greek and Greek-American students
attending universities in Texas. Contact them at The Hellenic Professional Society
of Texas, PO BOX 114, Houston TX, 77001 for more information.
Hellenic Bar Association
An annual scholarship for law students.
Contact Daniel N. Christus, President at (312) 554-3300 for more information. (Last
known contact for this scholarship).
The Hellenic American Medical and Dental
Society of Southern California
Annual scholarships for
Hellenic American medical or dental students from the HAMDS Scholarship
Fund. Contact George Emmanouilides, M.D. at 310.377.6643 for
scholarship information. In 1988, added the S. James Vamvas Scholarships
for medical and dental students of Greek descent enrolled at an
accredited California medical or dental school. Additional contact
info: HAMDS, 4619 Browndeer Lane, Rolling Hills Estates, CA., 90275,
310.222-400. Usual deadline in June 30.
NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts Announces Establishment Of the Olympia Dukakis Scholarship Fund
New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts has announced the establishment of a scholarship fund to honor the distinguished and transformative teaching career of film and stage legend Olympia Dukakis. The annual award, to be named the Olympia Dukakis Scholarship Fund, will be given to one outstanding student chosen from the Tisch School’s Graduate Acting Program. Read More
The Hellenic Medical Society of New York
The Hellenic Medical Society of New York offers scholarships to qualified medical students enrolled in accredited institutions in the United States. Applicants must have Hellenic heritage, be enrolled in a US medical school, have high academic achievement and/or financial need.. Applications must be requested in writing. Deadline is June 1. A mandatory summer meeting in New York is part of the process. Write to Hellenic Medical Society of New York, 401 East 34th Street, New York, NY 10016.
Folk Dance Festival (FDF) Dance
Scholarship to Greece
The FDF is proud to announce a new
scholarship, the Musical Apprenticeship Scholarship. This scholarship will allow
deserving FDF participants to learn to play a traditional Greek folk instrument.
Deadline for applications is April 30. Please call George Nickols at 818.994.1414
Southern California Cretans' Association
An annual scholarship. Deadline June 30th.
Please contact Mr. Gus Alex for an application at: Secretary - So. Calif. Cretans'
Assoc., 2245 W. 37th St., San Pedro, CA. 90732
Committee on Scouting
An annual scholarship.
Offered to high school Boy and Girl Scout seniors of the Eastern
Orthodox Church, who have earned the Eagle Scout Award for boys or
the Gold Award for girls. The committee evaluates the candidates on
their involvement in their church, school, Scouting, community and
scholastic achievements. For information or applications,
contact EOCS Scholarship Chairman, 862 Guy Lombardo Ave, Freeport,
N.Y. 11520. Deadline is May 15.
Working with Ahepa's 25 districts, the
Educational Foundation identifies recipients for a variety of unique scholarships. Each
award ranges from $1000 to $2000, and is made possible by an Ahepa scholarship fund that
is now well in excess of $1 million. National scholarships currently available include:
Nick Cost Scholarship for graduate level studies. Each year students are selected
to receive awards up to $4000 maximum. Final selection is made by the family of Mr. Cost.
George Leber Scholarship. Named in memory of a past Executive Secretary of the
Ahepa, it can be awarded to several students. $500-$1000
Stergios B. Milonas Scholarship for active Sons of Pericles. Named in memory of a
past Supreme Lodge member of the Sons, a committee of Sons Supreme Lodge helps screen
Sam Nakos Memorial Scholarship. Sam Nakos of Birmingham, Alabama, donated the
principle to help unfortunate students. Candidates for this award are selected by their
local district scholarship committee. $1000
Carlos Touris Scholarship for worthy and needy students. Half of the award goes
to a student at Hellenic College/Holy Cross Theological Seminary. The other half goes to a
qualified college student who attended high school in Krestena, Olympis, Greece.
Dr. John C. Yavis Trust for graduates of the upper high school in Vitina,
Arcadia, Greece. This scholarship is based on need, an must be awarded to a student
pursuing medical, technical, nursing, or law studies.
Dakis Memorial Scholarship created in memory of Sam Dakis who served the Ahepa
for many years. $1000
Kounaris Scholarship is presently under development and may soon be available.
concerning national AHEPA scholarships and grants must be submitted in writing to the
AHEPA Educational Foundation, 1909 Q St., N.W., Suite 500, Washington, DC 20009.
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Applications for the George and Naouma (Gioule) Gioles
Scholarship Fund are available from the Greek Orthodox Office of the
Archdiocesan Chancellor. At least three scholarships of $1,500
are awarded based on the following criteria: Greek Orthodox faith
(with preference to those of Greek descent), High School Senior
standing (with SAT scores of at least 1,000 - call for ACT minimum)
or full-time student status in an undergraduate degree program at an
accredited college or university and must plan to attend or continue
said studies in the upcoming academic year, at least a
"B", or 85 percent or 3.0 grade average, undergo a
personal or phone interview and show evidence of financial need. To
request an application, call (212) 570-3513 or write Greek Orthodox
Onassis Grants and Scholarships for Foreign Scholars and
The Foundationís mission is to provide financial
assistance to the children of Photronics employees that have
demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and personal
or (800) 292-9396.
State Scholarships Foundation
The Greek State offer scholarships to foreign nationals to
study in a variety of fields. See the
website of the Hellenic Ministry of Education and Religious
Affairs at http://www.ypepth.gr/english/index_en.html
Greek Cypriot Scholarships
The Panpaphian Association of America Scholarship Endowment is now accepting
applications for scholarship awards which are available to Greek Cypriot students of
Paphian descent and who are fulltime students in an accredited United States college or
university. The awards are as follows:
||Dr. Florentia Christodoulou
Awards in memory of Dora Georgiadou.
||Mrs. Ismini Michaelides Award in
memory of her husband, Stelio Michaelides.
||The Rigas Family Award in memory
of Savas Rigas.
||The Socrates Family Award in
memory of Socrates Alexandrou.
||The Christodoulou Family Award in
memory of Andreas Christodoulou.
||The Tsivicos Family Awards in
memory of Savas Tsivicos and Erodotos Stylianides.
||An Anonymous Award by a member of
the Executive Committee of the Panpaphian Association of America.
All college or graduate
school students are eligible to apply and must demonstrate academic excellence and
financial need. For an application please write to: Mrs. Ismini Michaelides, Panpaphian
Association of America, Inc., 145-34 17th Ave., Whitestone, NY 11357.
All applications must be postmarked by September 30. Scholarships will be
awarded at the Panpaphian annual dinner dance scheduled for the fall (usually November) of
Gerondelis Foundation Scholarships
GERONDELIS FOUNDATION, INC.
56 Central Avenue
Lynn, MA 01901
For the sixth consecutive year the members and directors of the
Gerondelis Foundation, Inc., will grand college scholarships to first year college
students in the amount of up to $3,000.00 each, depending on the number of qualified
applicants who meet the following eligibility requirements:
I. The applicant must: I. The applicant must: I. The applicant must: I. The applicant must: I. The applicant must: I. The applicant must: I. The applicant must: I. The applicant must: I. The applicant must: I. The applicant must: I. The applicant must: I. The applicant must: I. The applicant must: I. The applicant must:
||Reside or attend school in Essex
County and be a member of a graduating class of any public or private high school;
||Rank in the upper fifteen percent
of his or her class or have achieved a combined verbal and math score of at least 1200 on
the SAT I test;
||Officially be admitted to a four
year college or university; and
||Be of at least one-fourth Greek
II. The applicant must
provide the Gerondelis Foundation with the following:
||A completed scholarship
||A certified copy of the
applicant's high school transcript which reflects his or her SAT I scores and class rank
at least through the first half of the applicant's senior year; and
||A letter of admission to a four
year college or university.
III. All qualified
applicants in any year will receive scholarships in equal amounts. The amounts may vary
each year depending upon the number of qualified applicants.
IV. Our plans are to distribute between $60,000 and $100,000 per year.
V. These awards carry no work or repayment requirements.
VI. Awards will be made to those who meet these requirements. Payments will be made
directly to students who present us with a paid bill for the first semester's tuition and
For an application, please contact your high school guidance counselor or the
Gerondelis Foundation, 56 Central Avenue, Lynn, MA 01901, Telephone: 617-595-3311.
The application and all other documents must be received no later than July 1.
Cyprus Children's Fund Scholarships
The CCF awards thirteen to fifteen scholarship awards of $1,000, each given to
qualified applicants from the combined four endowments of the fund.
The major award of the CCF is the "Makarios Scholarship/Theodore and Wally
Lappas Award." All applicants must be Greek Cypriot citizens, born and with permanent
residence on the island of Cyprus.
The "Makarios Scholarship/Peter G. & Bess Kolantis Decker Award" -
$1000US - is also for Greek Cypriot students, citizens of the Republic of Cyprus.
The "Thomas & Elaine Kyrus Endowment" is for Greek Cypriot
students from the town, or area, of Morfou.
The "Cyprus Children's Fund Scholarship Endowment" is for students of
Greek and Greek Cypriot origin, citizens of the USA, Greece or Cyprus. To be eligible,
students must be currently enrolled, or demonstrate they will be enrolled, in accredited
institutions in the USA, Greece or Cyprus.
The deadline for all scholarship applications is May 5. They accept only 2000
applicants, so act fast. Applicants must submit appropriate information demonstrating
financial need and academic excellence. Applications for all awards are being accepted for
fall semesters. All applications (and request for applications) must be typewritten and
forwarded along with supporting documents to: The Executive Director, Cyprus Children's
Fund, Inc. 13 E 40th Street, New York, NY 10016; phone 212-696-4590 or 800-775-7217.
Hellenic University Club Scholarship,
The Hellenic University Club of New York's Scholarship Committee has announced
its annual undergraduate scholarship(s) for qualified high school seniors of Hellenic
Ancestry who will be entering college in the fall. Each $1,000 award is open to residents
of the tristate New York area who attain a cumulative GPA of at least 90% and/or top 10%
of their graduating class. Their combined SAT scores must exceed 1100. Candidates must
submit completed applications and supporting documents by April 30. Applications can be
obtained by writing to the committee at: The Hellenic University Club, Scholarship
Committee, PO Box 6882, FDR Station, New York, NY 10150-6882, or by e-mail: email@example.com
Hellenic University Club Scholarship,
The Hellenic University Club of Philadelphia provides
scholarships to university or college students of Greek decent.
Applicants must also be US citizens and residents of the
seven-county Greater Philadelphia area in Pennsylvania and New
Jersey. Application deadline is April 20. Write to Scholarship
Chair, Hellenic University Club of Philadelphia, PO BOX 408,
Ardmore, PA 19003 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- website http://hucphila.org
Hellenic College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology / Full tuition
scholarship and paid room and board / Archbishop Iakovos Leadership 100 endowment Fund/ http://www.hchc.edu / 617.850.1260
University of Minnesota / Modern Greek Studies Homepage
/ Basil Laourdas Fellowship Fund
University of Florida / Sponsors
college year in Athens via College
Year in Athens
University of Toronto / Fellowships
and Scholarships: Classics Department / (must call)
Department Resources / Ask about Helen Caldwell Merit Scholarships in Classics
U. of Saskatchewan / Classics
Scholarships / email email@example.com
UNICA / via University of
Athens Language Studies / 120 scholarships of 140,000 Dr.
TUFTS (must reside or attend school in Essex County, MA) / Gerondelis Foundation
NYU / Onassis Center for Hellenic Studies / Sources for graduate funding
Australian National University / Scholarships
for Greek Students /Automated Reasoning Project
Acadia University Classics Department / KENNEDY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
University of Birmingham / Center for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies / Scholarships
University of Victoria / Greek and Roman studies / SCHOLARSHIPS
Catholic University of America /Department
of Greek and Latin
Monash University / Research Training and
Valparaiso University / Classics
University of Waterloo / Classics Department / Scholarships and Prizes
University of Cambridge / Modern
Greek / Email for scholarship info.
University of Melbourne (via La Trobe)/ Modern
St. John's University in Jamaica, NY / Modern Greek / contact Dr.
Gaetano Cipolla - (718) 990-6271 -
scholarships offered via the Panchiaki Korais Society, Stephen Cherpelis Enterprises, the
Greek Afternoon School of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and the Syllogos Evrytanon
"To Karpenisi" Society.
Vice-Chancellor's Committee: Greek Government Scholarships for Postgraduate Studies in
Lambrakis Research Foundation
SOROS Network Scholarship Program
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