Each year, many young lives are drastically changed or cut short by risky behaviors like driving under the influence of alcohol or texting while driving. Motor vehicle crashes involving teenagers are especially heartbreaking, because most of these teen tragedies are fully preventable. Metzger Wickersham law firm is now accepting entries for the tenth annual 2023 Road to Safety Scholarship Contest, which encourages young drivers to get involved in spreading the message to keep our roads safe.
Pennsylvania college-bound high school seniors may submit a creative project about the dangers of drunk driving or distracted driving for their chance to win college scholarship money. First, second and third place winners will be selected by our panel of judges and will receive $1,000, $750 and $500 scholarships, respectively.
The Farm and Home Foundation of Lancaster County is pleased to offer scholarships to high school seniors pursuing higher education in the areas of Agriculture and Family and Consumer Sciences. Students can download the scholarship application from the website at www.farmandhomecenter.com.
It’s that time of year for our Penn Manor seniors who are enrolled in full day CTC to apply for the many scholarship opportunities available through Penn Manor Education Foundation. Any CTC student planning to continue a career in the trades can apply. Scholarships can be used for trade school costs, apprenticeships, certifications, or tools. Good luck seniors.
Deadline to apply is March 17th.
Students can print unofficial transcripts using Sapphire. (Students can log into their Sapphire account, click REPORTS, TRANSCRIPTS, and print.)
Students who do not have a resume can use Xello to create one, or any resume builder they prefer.
The Pennsylvania Society’s Benjamin Franklin Scholar Award for Pennsylvania public school juniors is currently accepting submissions. The scholarship offers a first-place prize of $6,000, a second-place prize of $4,000, and a third-place prize of $2,000. The deadline for submission is Friday, February 24th, 2023. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 215-233-2650 with any questions. https://www.pasociety.com/scholarship
Each day, over 200 people are injured and 4 people are killed in traffic accidents in Pennsylvania.
At Metzger Wickersham, we have represented thousands of people injured in auto accidents, and we know how a serious or fatal car crash can devastate a victim’s family, friends and the surrounding community.
Many motor vehicle crashes are caused by risky behaviors like driving under the influence of alcohol or texting while driving. These types of accidents are especially heartbreaking because they are fully preventable.
Metzger Wickersham’s scholarship program encourages students to take a stand against dangerous driving. The Road to Safety Scholarship Contest provides high school seniors with the opportunity to submit a creative project about the dangers of drunk driving and/or distracted driving for the chance to win college scholarship money. The ultimate goal of the contest is to help spread the message to drive with safety in mind all the time!
First place winners will receive a $1,000 scholarship, second place winners will receive $750 and third place winners will receive $500.
Enter Metzger Wickersham’s Road to Safety Scholarship Contest by submitting a creative project that educates people about the perils of dangerous driving. In your own creative way, tell us how teens can drive with safety in mind, all the time.
Who is Eligible?
Metzger Wickersham’s Road to Safety Scholarship Contest is open to graduating, college-bound high school seniors in Pennsylvania.
College-bound seniors may enter the contest by submitting a creative project that sends a memorable message about the dangers of drunk driving and/or distracted driving.
Students may submit no more than one entry. All entries must be submitted with a completed 2022 Entry Form.
An entry must fall under at least one of the following categories:
All projects must be the original work of the entrant. Entries cannot include Copyright graphics, photos or songs. We are no longer accepting essays or poems.
PSAs, videos, songs or dances should be no longer than 2 minutes.
If emailing audio or video file, please submit in .mp3, .mov, or .wmv format. You may submit entries via file sharing service (Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.)
For judging purposes, it is preferred to receive a hard copy of artwork submissions. However, if emailing artwork, please submit in JPEG or PDF format.
All submitted entries become the property of Metzger Wickersham law firm. Projects will not be returned to any entrant. Upon submission of a project, entrants acknowledge that Metzger Wickersham will have all rights to use, reproduce, publish, display, distribute or promote the entry as deemed necessary.
PHEAA PAForward October webinars can help answer your questions about post secondary education funding and processes.
Learn about education loans – which loan is right for me
I’ve found the schools I’d like to attend and after filing the FAFSA, State Grant Form, Scholarships and researching higher education costs and calculating the funding gap, I see that education loans are a necessity, but where do I go from here? What loan programs are available? What are the advantages and disadvantage of the various types? Join Financial Aid experts Linda Pacewicz and Dan Wray of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) for a 1 hour webinar to review the different borrowing options and examine the details associated with each option. Linda and Dan will answer your questions as you sort out the information and make decisions that are right for you and your family.
October 14th Thursday – 6:30pm; October 21st – Noon, lunch and learn
Financial Aid Timeline – know what to do when
Follow financial aid experts Linda Pacewicz and Dan Wray of PHEAA’s PAForward program as they guide you along the exciting (and sometimes bumpy) road to an affordable higher education. The journey will begin before high school and end in the land of education loan repayment – or maybe even education loan forgiveness. One thing is for certain: it’s never too early to start preparing for a successful higher education experience. This 1 hour presentation will provide the starting points and web resources- for effective research before, during and after your student makes post secondary decisions. Knowing what to expect and to plan for it is the key. Failing to plan, is planning to fail!
October 12th Tuesday, 6:30pm; October 19th – Noon, lunch and learn;
September PHEAA webinars are here to assist with planning!
Financial Aid Timeline – Know What To Do When Sept 9, Thursday, 6:30 pm; Sept 16, Thursday, Noon; Sept 23, Thursday, 6:30 pm; Sept 28, Tuesday, Noon
THIS IS A PUBLIC EVENT-NOT PENN MANOR SPONSORED. PENN MANOR FINANCIAL AID NIGHT IS SEPTEMBER 20th at 6:00pm in the Manor Middle School Auditorium/Cafeteria. Financial Aid Night
Follow financial aid experts Linda Pacewicz and Dan Wray of PHEAA’s PA Forward Program as they guide you along the exciting (and sometimes bumpy) road to an affordable higher education. The journey will begin before high school and end in the land of education loan repayment – or maybe even education loan forgiveness. One thing is for certain: it’s never too early to start preparing for a successful higher education experience. This one-hour presentation will provide the starting points – and web resources – for effective research before, during, and after your student makes postsecondary decisions. Knowing what to expect and to plan for it is the key. Failing to plan, is planning to fail!
Searching for Scholarships and Affording the Balance Sept 14 Tuesday Noon; Sept 21 Tuesday 6:30 pm; Sept 30 Thursday Noon
There are many ways to pay for education, and one important step is to search and apply for Scholarships. More free money equals less borrowing. This presentation will review the types of options available, along with tips on applying. It will also offer samples of fun scholarship options to get you started. We’ll then review what to do about the balances that might be left over in order to make affordable higher education decisions. Join Linda Pacewicz and Dan Wray from PHEAA’s PAForward Program for an hour of detailed information on this topic.
EPAITDM $1000 Scholarship is a great opportunity for students who are planning to attend college for a career in technology or programming. For more information on this scholarship, please visit the Penn Manor Counseling department scholarship moodle page.
If you would like to visit and meet with representatives from colleges and technical schools, we have an awesome opportunity for you! Millersville University is hosting a regional college fair with over 150 schools. This event is FREE for Penn Manor students. We will meet at 9:00am in the Cafeteria.
Information on: Colleges, trade schools, military, career options, financial aid, and scholarships
When: March 16th, 2017
Where: On Campus at Millersville University
Students have two options:
Go to the fair only from 9:20- 10:30
Stay and take a tour of Millersville University’s campus from 10:30- 11:30 – you will need a packed lunch
Even if you have ZERO interest in MU it would be great to take a tour so that you learn what to ask on a tour, and what to look for when taking a tour.
A new way to find SUCCESS after high school!
Are you interested in learning about the true path to career readiness? If so, on Wednesday February 15, at 6:30pm, there is a FREE event designed to help students gain a competitive advantage in the new economy. This event will be held at the Lancaster County Convention Center.
In this FREE presentation, “(Re)Defining the Goal: The True Path to Career Readiness in the 21st Century,” national career strategist Dr. Kevin Fleming offers clear steps that will give you a competitive advantage. Technical skills are the new currency. Do you have a plan to acquire them without breaking the bank? Get on the path to success in the new economy!
⇒ The event is FREE and open to the public.
⇒ Parents and students in Grades 7-11 are encouraged to attend. All ages are welcome.
⇒ Come for a chance to win 1 of 3 Full Tuition Scholarships to Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology!
Thaddeus Stevens will also be drawing names for 3 full tuition scholarships. Winners of either the Tuition Scholarship must be in attendance at the event to redeem the prize!
NEW! HACC and Lancaster CTC Adult Programs will also be giving away scholarships!!!
Gettysburg College STEM Scholars Program has an exciting scholarship opportunity. With help from a generous grant from the National Science Foundation, they are offering a STEM scholarship program for students interested in STEM fields such as Biology, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics. There will be a STEM Scholars Information Session held during their Senior Open House on January 30.
STEM Scholars will have their full demonstrated financial need met for all four years with no loans, and have the opportunity to:
Attend a STEM-focused pre-orientation workshop with other STEM Scholars.
Enroll in an exclusive First-Year Seminar taught by STEM faculty.
Participate in bi-monthly luncheons with STEM faculty and a variety of learning activities on and off campus.
Take advantage of various STEM offerings, including faculty-student research, peer-mentoring, preferential residence in Gettysburg College’s Science House, and internship opportunities with industrial partners.
The deadline for Regular Decision admission (using the Common Application) is January 15, and students should file both the CSS Financial Aid Profile and FAFSA by January 15.
Visit the website, which also has a link to the application. As mentioned above, Gettysburg College will be holding a special STEM Scholar focused session during their January Open House. Interested STEM Scholar-eligible students should sign up here.
Attention Seniors: ‘Tis the season for scholarships! Scholarships are being added to the Penn Manor Moodle Page on a daily basis. Scholarships are free money and are available for students planning to attend technical school, 2 year school or a 4 year program. Please make sure to check out the Moodle site soon and check back on a regular basis. For any more information please make an appointment to meet with your counselor.
The student needs to get a FSA ID PIN and a parent gets a FSA ID PIN. Once you receive your tax information for 2015, fill out the FAFSA application yourself or attend FAFSA Completion Night.
Check out this How to Apply for Your FSA ID sheet. Seniors will also get more information about this at the Senior Meeting on December 22nd during homeroom and February 2nd. Bring this Pin to FAFSA Completion Night Feb. 17th. Sign-up for the 5pm or 7pm session: Google Form