The Sacramento Pioneer Association awards a promising area high school senior with a scholarship for attendance at a four-year college or university. Our award is earned by a graduating high school senior who exhibits academic excellence, leadership potential, civic engagement and a strong sense of personal commitment to continuing education.
Youth on Course has awarded more than $1,472,550 total to 221 students for higher education. To qualify, youth must be enrolled as a full-time senior in high school, have a minimum GPA of 3.0, have been accepted at a four-year college/university and be a Youth on Course member. All applicants must prove financial need and merit.
The Phoenix Scholars aims to help low-income, first generation and/or minority students throughout California access higher education by providing pro-bono college application counseling and mentorship.
The Capital Area Promise (CAP) is available to graduating high school seniors planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree who have participated in the CAP Scholars program. This award may be used for the cost of attendance.
SAFE Credit Union announced today it is accepting applications for its 2019 Scholarship Program. The annual program, now in its 19th year, awards 10 outstanding college-bound seniors a $1,000 scholarship, for a total investment of $10,000.
The University of the Aftermarket offers hundreds of available scholarships to be awarded for the 2019-20 academic year to students training to become automotive, heavy duty or collision repair technicians, as well as those studying engineering, accounting, business or other courses of study.
The Taiwanese American Scholarship Fund focuses on providing financial assistance to economically-challenged Taiwanese American youth. Our mission is to assist all Taiwanese American youth to have the opportunity to pursue higher education and build the foundation for a better future.
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The Asian Pacific Community Fund (APCF) is excited to partner with local donors to offer scholarship programs annually to financially assist students in their pursuit of higher education. Many of our scholarship programs are intended to support low-income youth, and several programs encourage students to study locally at a community college or state university.
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