Apply Now For GC Alumni Scholarship: Deadline 12/22/21

Because of positive alumni engagement, Gloucester Catholic can offer a select number of “named” scholarships on an annual basis to deserving students. A number of these scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate financial need. At Gloucester Catholic, we are committed to finding ways to make our school affordable and accessible to deserving students who, without scholarship support, would not be able to enroll. In addition, there are scholarships awarded on an annual basis that are merit focused. Merit scholars are students who are considered for their ability to strengthen all aspects of the Gloucester Catholic community and make the most of their Gloucester Catholic experience. These merit scholarships are open to all students, regardless of financial need.


1. Submit application.

2. All students who take the HSPT (High School Placement Test) and submit all necessary application materials will be eligible for available scholarships.

3.   Gloucester Catholic will notify students who are being offered scholarships by January 3, of the student’s 8th grade school year. The student will be notified regarding the amount of the scholarship as well as the length of the scholarship amount (number of years).

4.  The student (and his/her family) will have to notify Gloucester Catholic by January 10th of their intent to accept the scholarship and enroll ($275.00 non-refundable registration fee) for the upcoming school year as a 9th grader. Gloucester Catholic will award the scholarship to a different student if the deadline passes or the student declines.

The deadline to apply for an Alumni Scholarship for the 2022-2023 school year is December 22, 2021.

2022 East Greenwich Little League Alumni Scholarship

Now accepting applications for the 2nd Annual East Greenwich Little League Alumni Scholarship!!

1-$1,500 scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior of good character, academic achievement and community involvement who has participated in the East Greenwich Little League program (baseball or softball). The scholarship will be awarded in June 2022.

Eligibility Requirements: 1) participated in 4 or more seasons of Baseball/Softball for EG Little League 2) demonstrated good character during participation in program 3) minimum 3.0 GPA 4) submit 2 letters of recommendation to attest to character, academic achievement and or community involvement (prefer 1 from little league coach and the other from a current coach, teacher, administrator, etc.) 5) essay of 300 words or less discussing individual’s little league experience 6) eligibility is not based upon athletic achievement.

EMAIL TO: on or before Thursday, March 31st to qualify for consideration for the 2022 scholarship


Looking for scholarships? offers 15 scholarship programs to New Jersey students with more than 949 individual scholarships distributed through out. Students from New Jersey school districts are eligible for all awards offered. Scholarships vary from $1,000 to $50,000 and there can be anywhere from 1 to 500 awards per scholarship.

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If you would like a copy of the scholarships available you may email a request to for the most recent list available or have your student stop by the School Counseling office for a copy.


Fall 2021 Recruitment Updates
Though the Early Action deadline has passed, there is still plenty of time for students to submit an application to Penn State! From this point on, all admission decisions will be made on a rolling basis. If you have questions about the application or any academic programs, you are invited to email .
Fall Virtual Out-of-State Information Sessions
Students outside of Pennsylvania who were unable to join us at one of our in-person events in your area this fall, we are happy to announce that we will be hosting virtual Prospective Student information sessions specifically for our out-of-state students in the coming weeks! We will cover broad information about Penn State’s academic, extracurricular, and professional development opportunities. In addition to talking about the application and review process, we will also be able to answer any questions individuals may have about Penn State. We also hope to have current Penn State students available to talk about their student and campus experience
Students can register for these out-of-state specific virtual sessions here:
Wednesday, December 8 at 8:00 p.m. (ET):
Out-of-State Student Information Session and Q&A
Register Today
We will, of course, also continue hosting a multitude of events for all students and throughout all of our campuses. You can find our complete and current slate of in-person and virtual events on our Experience Penn State page.
Scholarship Deadlines
The FAFSA opened on October 1, with a priority filing date of December 1. And though this is the primary tool Penn State uses to award financial aid, there are other specialized scholarship deadlines for students and families to keep in mind. If students want to be considered for the Schreyer Honors College or Millenium Scholars Program, they must submit their applications by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on December 6. Other dates and deadlines for college-specific scholarships can be found on our Office of Student Aid website.
Broadcasting and Film Production Summer Camp Opportunities 
The Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications at Penn State offers hands-on summer camp opportunities for students interested in broadcast journalism and film production, July 10 – 15, 2022 at the University Park campus. These residential summer camps offer high school students the chance to experience media related careers while working in our state-of-the-art studios. You can learn more about Penn State summer camps online.
Discover Penn State
As residents of one of our neighboring states, your students may be eligible to receive Penn State’s Discover Award. Through our Discover Award, qualifying students save $6,000 per year in their first two years of their Penn State education and $7,000 per year in their third and fourth year when they attend a Penn State campus other than the University Park campus. That’s up to $26,000 in total if they start and finish their degree at a Penn State campus other than the University Park campus. If the student decides to transition to the University Park campus for their third and fourth years, they will realize two years of significant savings toward your Penn State degree.
A Penn State degree is recognized around the country and around the world. One-third of Penn State students attend a campus other than the University Park campus. Through its campuses located in cities and towns across Pennsylvania, Penn State gives students the opportunity to start and finish a Penn State degree at one campus or the flexibility to transition to complete a degree at another campus. These campuses offer the resources of a major university in a close-knit, student-centered atmosphere.
To be eligible for the Discover Award, please submit the FAFSA by December 1.
Connect with Us
Our admissions counselors and recruiters remain committed to being your direct resource for any help you and your students might need. Our general admissions office can be contacted via email: or phone: (814) 865-5471, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. EST.
You can also reach out to your out-of-state territory manager or campus in your service area for more direct contact.

Stevens Institute of Technology School of Business High School Summer Research Program

The School of Business at Stevens Institute of Technology is offering a paid virtual summer research program for high school students. In this six-week program, students will have the opportunity to work alongside a faculty member from the School of Business and assist them with research in their area of study such as entrepreneurship, marketing, management, economics, and finance.  At the conclusion of the program students will complete both a written and oral presentation.  The written report will include a literature review, and the oral presentation will include a 5-minute video of a PowerPoint presentation detailing their research findings. The program will run from July 1, 2022 – August 12, 2022, and students will receive a $500 stipend after completing the program.

Eligibility Applicants must currently be in their junior year of high school (no exceptions).

CLICK HERE for application form. 

 The completed Google application form which will include all of the following items:

  • 1-page essay in which you describe yourself and detail what you hope to gain from this experience
  • a copy of your current resume
  • a copy of your unofficial high school transcript
  • one letter of recommendation from a teacher, a guidance counselor, or a work supervisor

***Applications are due by February 1, 2022. Applicants will be notified by March 15, 2022.

Lindsay Hartelius
Assistant Director of Undergraduate Outreach and Reputation 
School of Business
Stevens Institute of Technology
T: 201.216.8204

FREE Harvard Crimson Webinar on College Admissions

Join us for our FREE College Admissions Webinar This Weekend!
This weekend marks our third College Admissions webinar on “Academics and Standardized Testing” this Saturday, November 20 at 7 pm ET.

We will be joined by Patrick Tapia, who will discuss standardized testing, study tips, and choosing classes. Mr. Tapia will cover how to excel in the college application components under your control. Join us to learn tips that help you stand out from the applicant pool!

The Fall Webinar Series gives high school students the amazing opportunity to work alongside Harvard undergraduates. We are excited to teach you what we know about journalism and college admissions! As a reminder, the series will run from September 18 to December 11.

Students will be able to learn from industry professionals and accomplished college journalists as they prepare for their transition to university. Each one-hour webinar will start with 30 minutes of workshop and then conclude with a Q&A where students may engage with our guest speakers and Crimson Editors. Don’t miss out on this exciting free opportunity!
Register TODAY for our FREE Webinar Series!
This Saturday…
Academics and Standardized Testing 
Saturday, November 20 at 7PM ET– Online 
This week we will be joined by Patrick Tapia! Mr.Tapia has a Master’s in Education from Harvard and previously worked as a Harvard alumni interviewer. He is now a counselor for HS2 Academy, where specializes in helping students get into their top choice colleges.

In this webinar, students will get the inside scoop on college admissions. Mr. Tapia will discuss and provide examples for rigorous course schedules, competitive test scores, and helpful study tips. We will dive deep into accepted students’ stats and help you better understand this component of the college admissions process. 

College Admissions Webinar Series Remaining Schedule
November 20 – Academics and Standardized Testing

December 11 – Extracurriculars, Awards, and Competitions
Up next…
The Politicization of Journalism in an Era of Fake News
Saturday, December 4 at 11AM ET– Online 
Join us for our final Journalism Webinar on Saturday, December 4! In this webinar, we will discuss the importance of journalism in today’s society and its role in politics. We will also be covering “fake news” and how it has impacted the media. Come learn about these key concepts that affect our everyday lives! 
Journalism Webinar Series
Remaining Schedule

December 4 – The Politicization of Journalism in an Era of Fake News
Register TODAY!

Chelsea Xia The Harvard Crimson Journalism Webinar Series Director


“Roadrunner Experience” Campus Tours:
Our Student Tour Guides will take you on a walking tour of our beautiful 300-acre campus, including our residence halls, all of the great places where students gather, our outstanding dining hall options including our very own Dunkin’, our state of the art academic facilities, library, Bradley Sports and Recreation Center, Berrie Center theater and more!

Students are encouraged to sign up in advance for a Campus Tour

Tuesday Topics: 
Tuesday Topics are a fun and interactive way to learn more about the admissions and financial aid process, as well as Ramapo College, in general. 

Students and their families can RSVP for one or all of these exciting Tuesday Topic events, today!

Please note that our Early Action and Priority Consideration deadline is on December 15, 2021.

Friendly Reminder- Camden County College Open House 11/16 and 12/1

Just a friendly reminder ……. Camden County College will be hosting a fall open house November 16th & December 1st.
 We welcome students, parents, and high school staff. Please see below for open house details.
Join us for our Fall Open House on the Blackwood and Camden Campuses
Where & When:
Blackwood Campus – Connector Building Atrium
Tuesday, November 16 | 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Camden Campus – Camden Technology Center
Wednesday, December 1st | 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
– Learn about our 100+ Degree and Certificate programs
– Meet Faculty and Staff dedicated to your success
– Discover how your CCC Degree can transfer to colleges and universities throughout the area
– Explore the career paths that a CCC degree or certificate can lead too
*Please note: For the safety of our guests and staff all visitors must wear masks in all indoor campus spaces.
RSVP now at


I am your local representative for the college-level Army ROTC program, covering many universities outside the City of Philadelphia. Our Dauntless Battalion is based out of Widener University, with partnerships at Villanova, West Chester, Neumann, Immaculata, Penn State Abington, Penn State Brandywine, and Bryn Mawr.

.ROTC Highlights –

1. Campus-based Leader Development Program. ROTC offers an accredited curriculum of Military Science coursework and practical Leadership Development training. Students take our courses in conjunction with their major course of study at the university.

2. First 2 years open without military obligation. ROTC consists of two phases – basic and advanced. The basic course is open to all full-time undergraduate level U.S. citizens. This gives students a chance to learn about their Army, and to see if they have what it takes to become a leader in the force. Those who meet the standards and wish to continue may commit to future service as they enter into the advanced course.

3. Potential to earn a full-tuition scholarship. Army ROTC provides the largest amount of college scholarship funding in the entire U.S. at over $250,000,000 per year. Students may apply from June 12th through February 4th of their senior year at Those not selected may join ROTC and compete for 3-year, 2.5-year or 2-year scholarships while enrolled as cadets. Although a tremendous benefits, cadets do not have to be on scholarship to do ROTC.

4. Graduates commission as Army Officers with a career in the Active or Reserve component. ROTC graduates earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant, just like their West Point counterparts, and may serve in one of 17 basic officer specialty fields. They may serve full-time on Active Duty, or part-time in the U.S. Army Reserve or their state’s Army National Guard. This basic information is for those students planning to move onto college. We are particularly seeking students of character with strong academic skills, athletic prowess, and leadership potential in order to build the future office corps.

Respectfully, Keith Karbel Dauntless Battalion Army ROTC (610) 490-7035

Widener, Villanova, West Chester, Neumann, Penn State-Abington & -Brandywine, Cheyney, and Immaculata Universities


Looking for information on RCSJ??? Stop by the School Counseling office for some brochures on what they have to offer: including admissions process, career readiness, available programs, “Rowan Choice”, and much more.

You can also reach out to RCSJ Recruiter, Anthony Keller, at 856-468-5000 ext. 6476 or