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Scholarships



Critical Teaching Needs Scholarship   (Deadline: April 18)
Provides financial assistance to SD high school graduates who attend an eligible higher education institution in South Dakota and promise to work in a critical teaching need occupation in South Dakota for five years after graduating from a participating postsecondary institution.

Critical Workforce Needs Scholarship
Provides financial assistance to students entering high-demand workforce programs at South Dakota’s technical institutes.

Dakota Corps Scholarship   (Deadline has passed)
Provides full tuition to SD high school students who promise to enter a critical need occupation in South Dakota following completion of the program of study.

Davis-Bahcall Scholarship   (Deadline has passed)
All-expense paid summer-study program to study physics, plus a variety of other science and engineering topics. Spend two weeks at the Sanford Underground Research Facility, and travel to research laboratories within the United States and possibly in Italy.

Hagen-Harvey Scholarship   (Deadline has passed)
Provides $6,000 over four years for study at a South Dakota post-secondary institution to enrolled members of American Indian Tribes.

SD Opportunity Scholarship   (Deadline: Sept. 1, Jan. 15)
Provides $5,000 over four years to a qualifying student who attends an eligible higher education institution in South Dakota.

US Senate Youth Program Scholarship   (Deadline: Sept. 26, 2014)
Nationwide youth program that brings high school students to Washington, D.C., for a brief on-site introduction to the functions of the federal government and, in particular, the United States Senate.






























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