The Rotary Club of Annapolis is accepting scholarship applications from graduating seniors attending Annapolis-area high schools, and from home-schooled students. Up to four scholarship awards of $1,000 each are available to area students who plan to attend an accredited college or university and have demonstrated a commitment to community service. For an application and more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to annapolisrotary.org/scholarships. The deadline to apply is April 1. (Relatives of Rotary members are ineligible.)
Classes at AACC
Weekend spring credit classes at Anne Arundel Community College begin Friday, Jan. 25. The 13-week session of spring credit classes begins Feb. 4. To register and for more information, call 410-777-2243 or go to aacc.edu/register.
Anne Arundel Community College's Bridge to Success program was recently named a winner in the community college category of the Digital Education Achievement Award. One of the aims of the Bridge to Success program is to provide an introduction to subject matter and online learning for underserved populations, nontraditional students and those seeking higher education who are unsure of their readiness. Information: 410-777-1249.
Tuition aid at AACC
Financial aid is available at Anne Arundel Community College. In addition, the college has a no-fee, interest-free payment plan that allows the cost of tuition to be spread throughout a term. Payment plans are also available. For information about financial aid, call 410-777-2203 or go to aacc.edu/finaid. Students can also meet with a financial aid representative on a walk-in basis at the Arnold campus, Glen Burnie Town Center, AACC at Arundel Mills or the Fort Meade Army Education Center.
Barrett and Anne McKown of Edgewater have established a $25,000 scholarship fund at Anne Arundel Community College to help offset tuition and educational expenses of county residents who enroll in cyber-related studies. The couple set up the Barrett and Anne McKown Scholarship for Cybersecurity Study as a fund to allow contributions from the community. Preference will go to U.S. citizens living in Anne Arundel who are attending a cybersecurity studies program, are enrolled full time and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. To apply: aacc.edu/aid/scholarships. Those interested in contributing to the fund or establishing scholarships can contact the AACC Foundation: 410-777-2515, email@example.com or aacc.edu/foundation.
Anne Arundel Community College invites employers to participate in its internship program. Students from a broad range of disciplines want real-world experience and mentoring from leaders in business, industry, government and nonprofit agencies and organizations. For information on how the internships work, or to offer an internship, contact the college's internship office at aacc.edu/foundation or aacc.edu/internships.
Through 2014, three Anne Arundel Community College nursing students will receive $3,000 scholarships through a program set up by Johns Hopkins HealthCare. The scholarships will benefit county residents enrolled in the college's registered nursing associate's degree program who demonstrate financial need as established by the AACC financial aid office. Information: 410-777-2203 or aacc.edu/finaid.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun