GAPA Foundation Scholarship

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GAPA Foundation Scholarship

GAPA Foundation is proud to invite students of its GAPA Foundation Scholarship.  This free study is open for students who attend community college, university, and trade/vocational school.

GAPA Foundation Scholarship aims to celebrate and reward outstanding scholar-activists who have a positive impact on API and LGBTQ communities. Applicants will receive $1000–$5000, and several scholarships may be awarded in a calendar year through this study.

Who May Eligible

To eligible, the candidates must be following all the eligibility criteria:

  • Candidates must be attending a post-secondary institution in the United States in the fall of 2019.
  • High school seniors, undergraduate, and graduate students to apply.
  • Students must be attending community college, university, and trade/vocational school.

How to Apply

To be eligible candidates must apply the application form through the given link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeyTF2toueEOiZLsLEy_U0Atfnb65ZIo6YU_K6BbAEyQ2T7HA/viewform

Eligible candidates must complete an application form by answering short response questions, one essay prompt. They must also provide the following supporting documentation:

  • Current/most recent academic transcript(s)
  • One letter of recommendation from a teacher, school administrator, counselor, employer, or community leader highlighting your community activism and leadership skills.

Benefit

The GAPA Foundation Scholarship will range from $1000–$5000, and several scholarships may be awarded in a calendar year. In addition, one outstanding applicant will be awarded the Donald Masuda Memorial Scholarship.

Application Deadline: GAPA Foundation Scholarship applications are due at 11:59 pm PST on June 9th, 2019.

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