The ChapterNet Student Dashboard is your "one-stop shop" for everything related to our chapter's scholarships. Log in and create or update your profile, and you'll be able to apply for the scholarships you're eligible for with just a few clicks. And it's not just our chapter's scholarships -- you'll see opportunities from Scholarship America's partners across the nation.

What's more, logging into the Student Dashboard will also give you access to volunteer and internship opportunities, important news about college life, and exclusive resources to help you manage your money, succeed in college, and take advantage of everything Dollars for Scholars has to offer.

If you're a parent, this is a great resource, too; if you're here to enter financial or other information for scholarships, you've come to the right place!



Students receiving scholarships from our foundation in 2015 and going forward will see a change as to when their awards are available to apply to your college costs.  If you received a total of $2000 or more in scholarships, your college will be asked to spread that award out for the year.  If you are attending a school is quarter based, you will find 1/3 of your award available to use in fall, winter and spring quarters.  If you attend a college that is semester based, you will have 1/2 of your award available for fall and the other 1/2 available for spring semester.  If your total award is less than $2000, the entire amount will be available to you fall quarter. 


Be sure to have your application complete and submitted before midnight, March 1st!  

The deadline to apply for the John-Endicott Schools' Foundation scholarships is March 1, 2015   Be sure to complete all of the items on the application site.  Be detailed in your goals and aspirations and unusual circumstances.  In addition to having someone complete the recommendation form, ask them to write a paragraph explaining the characteristics they see in you that will enable you to have success in your future studies.  If the scholarship asks for a separate letter, be sure to complete that step also.  The more information the selection committee has, the better able they are to evaluate your application. 

   - Build your profile, and keep it up during your senior year - adding activities, honors and achievements as you go along during the year.  Be thorough.  Not inputting all of your information can result in not being eligible for some scholarships. 

   - Request that your parent or guardian furnish financial information on their page. 

   - Check to see if a scholarship required specific references or an additional essay.


You will receive an email from Dollars for Scholars requesting your permission for your child to apply for scholarships if your student is under 18.  In order to complete their scholarship application process, you will need to click on the "grant consent" button on the website to allow your student to complete for scholarship money available through Scholarship America and its partners.  As many of our local scholarships are need based, you will need to enter in your Financial Information.  If you want your student to qualify for regional or national scholarships based on financial need, you should complete this section.  This information is held confidential and not available to other users of our web page. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the high school counselor or Marlene Landers.