The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona has developed the Marge Christensen Gould Memorial Scholarship for high school graduating seniors of Catalina, Sunny side, Desert View, or Star Academic schools. The applicants applying for this scholarship must be accepted at an accredited not-for-profit college or university with having minimum GPA of 2.5. This scholarship is provided in the memory of Marge Christensen Gould, an educator, and coordinator for the LEARN program. Many were refugees or immigrants who were allowed to learn based on their abilities and treated as valued individuals. This scholarship provides an opportunity for the mentioned school students to learn and educate independently.
Among all the applicants, one applicant will be selected as the winner and will get eligible for an award amount of $1,500. The amount will be used for the student’s educational purposes, such as tuition assistance, books and other supplies, and other related expenses. This will help them pursue their education independently and achieve their career and their goals. This will encourage and motivate students to stand on their own and build their future in the field of their choice.
The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona was established in 1980 and is a non-governmental organization in Tucson, Arizona. Their purpose is to create an equitable and vibrant community for all Southern Arizonans by connecting donors to the causes they care about, now and forever.
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|Organization||Community Foundation for Southern Arizona|
|Education Level||High school Graduating senior|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Contest Deadline||February 25, 2022|
|Application Fees||Not required|
Who is Eligible?
- Applicant must be a Catalina, Sunny side, Desert View, or Star Academic High School graduating senior
- Applicants must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5
- Applicants must be accepted at an accredited not-for-profit college or university
- No proof of citizenship, residency, or immigration status is required.
How to Apply?
The eligible applicants should fill out the application form and provide all the required documents. Students must provide all their personal information, personal essays such as people who have influenced them, meaningful experiences, personal aspirations, cultural experiences, extracurricular activities, school, or community events, by writing about what matters to them. Applicants should confidently write all these things and convey a strong sense of who they are in about 500 words. With this, applicants must attach two letters of recommendation from which one must be from a current or former teacher, a copy of unofficial high school transcripts, and a signed authorization (final page of the application) and those applicants who qualify for FAFSA or other financial aid should complete those applications in addition to this scholarships. Students should download the application form from the above link.
The winner for this scholarship will be selected based on their application, their essay, and other information they provide through the application, and maybe other factors. The selected applicant will receive an award amount of $1,500, which will be utilized for the student’s tuition assistance, books, transportation, and other related expenses required for them to pursue their education. This scholarship will help students manage their finances related to their education and stand on their own. The program provides an excellent opportunity for individuals to look forward to their education, learn, and achieve their career goals.
The applicants should check their eligibility, and if qualifies, they should send their entries before the deadline of February 25, 2022. Entries received after this date will not be eligible for this program.