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|Award Varies||Cal Grant Competitive Awards||lowest||lowest||9|
|$2,500||National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering||lowest||very-low||203|
|Award Varies||SCAD Savannah Institutional Scholarships||lowest||lowest||219|
|$1,000||Dr. Anita Young Boswell Scholarship||highest||low||219|
|$1,000||Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (Denver Alumnae Chapter) Scholarship||highest||medium||220|
|$2,000||High School Senior Scholarship Contest||highest||very-high||220|
|Award Varies||Institue of Management Accountants IMA||lowest||very-low||249|
|$10,000||Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest||lowest||very-high||254|
|Award Varies||Oregon BPW Scholarship||lowest||lowest||22|
|Award Varies||TCWN Scholarship||lowest||lowest||38|
|$2,000||Fran Sargent Scholarship||lowest||low||52|
High school graduating seniors admitted into an engineering program full-time can apply for a $2500 scholarship.
$1,000 Delta Sigma Theta Sorority (Denver Alumnae Chapter) Scholarship for deserving young African-American women.