Who Can Apply:
- All candidates must be currently enrolled or planning to enroll by Fall 2022 into an accredited post-secondary program, which includes: community colleges, private or public undergraduate colleges and universities, private or public graduate degree programs, law programs, and business programs. If the essay contest winner cannot provide evidence of enrollment at the time of scholarship disbursement, a new winner will be selected.
- All candidates have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
- All candidates must possess a proven commitment to citizenry, as demonstrated by their essay and resumé.
- An updated resumé that includes academic, professional, and volunteer experiences focused on community service and citizenry.
- A 500 – 1,000 word essay that answers the following question: What is one of the most important ways an individual can serve their community, and how have you served your community in this way?
- A current official academic transcript indicates that the candidate’s cumulative grade-point average is 3.0 or greater. (Note: applicants who cannot furnish an official transcript from their current institution may submit both an unofficial transcript from their current place of learning, as well as an official transcript from the last school they attended.)
- A letter of recommendation from someone who can attest to your great work on a community service project.
Deadline: September 30, 2022