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BBB Ethical Torch Essay Scholarship Contest


At the Better Business Bureau (BBB), we believe it is never too early to introduce and emphasize the importance of ethics. At the high school level, students begin to face ethical decisions that may impact the rest of their lives. They serve as role models whose moral compass not only guides their actions, but also influences those around them. The BBB seeks to honor ethical students for doing the right thing with the BBB Ethical Torch Essay Scholarship, available in Greater Arizona and Southern California. 

Essay Prompt: Write about an ethical dilemma that you had to face in your life and how you handled it. (400 or less words).

To submit your essay, please click here to fill out the BBB Ethical Torch Essay Scholarship Contest

Newport Beach Foundation Scholarship


The Newport Beach Foundation is focused on engaging and supporting the next generation of community leaders.  This scholarship rewards 2-year or 4-year college-bound students who have shown consistent leadership in different facets of their lives.  Additionally, candidates have demonstrated strong work ethic, commitment and character. The Foundation is interested in candidates who are meaningfully involved in their community and show respect and kindness to others.  

This scholarship will award the deserving recipient with $2,500.00 towards their future goals.  Additionally, the recipient(s) will receive a coveted spot in the Spring 2021 Distinguished Citizen Program.  This program gives participants exclusive behind the scenes access to both civic and business leaders of Newport Beach.  Graduating from the Distinguished Citizen Program is an honor recognized within the City of Newport Beach as well as personally by the sitting Mayor.  Receipt of the monetary award is conditioned on completion of the Distinguished Citizen Program. 

For eligibility requirements and to apply, please click here to download the application. 

Julie Inman Courage Award


This award, to be used to further educational or vocational goals, is given to a student who shows courage by going forward in the face of adversity and/or life-changing or extraordinary obstacle. It recognizes courage and determination over physical and/or learning disabilities, illness of self or family member, the death of a loved one and unusually difficult circumstances at home. Please write an essay of 1500 words or less, describing your courageous situation being specific and giving details pertaining to your own story. You may nominate yourself or be nominated by a peer/parent.

Click here to download the Julie Inman Courage Award application. 

The 2021 El Dabe Ritter Scholarship


At El Dabe Law, we passionately believe in and support the importance of a proper education. Without an education, many doors will remain closed. Going to school is an uphill battle - and if you don't have the proper aid in place - you may end up never going to school. We make this easier for you, by offering our $1,500 scholarship. This scholarship is our way of providing support to those who want a higher education.


  • Applicants should be enrolled in an accredited university, in the USA
  • Applicants must have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA
  • All applications should be submitted no later than June 30, 20201
  • This scholarship will be awarded in the 20201 Fall Semester
  • There is no application fee

For more details and to apply, please visit the El Dabe Ritter Law Scholarship website

NROTC Scholarship - Current Juniors Only


To qualify applicants must: Score 1000 combined on SAT, 22 on the ACT, Must be a US Citizen, and meet physical qualifications.  If you are willing, I ask to please get this information out this year’s junior class. Also, any student that expresses interest in applying to a service academy should also strongly consider applying for the NROTC Scholarship.  Only applying to the service academy is like only applying to one university.  Always better to have more options then now options.

For more information, please visit the NROTC Scholarship website