Junior League of Albany has come up with their annual scholarship program, celebrated every year in honor of late Junior League of Albany member Marjorie Doyle Rockwell. The program is for the female residents of the Capital District who are high school graduates and currently enrolled in an accredited college, university, or secondary educational or vocational program, also involved in volunteer organizations or activities which serve the same or related focus areas as the Junior League of Albany and who meet other eligibility requirements. This program provides the opportunity for young women to obtain the education and skills necessary to further their volunteer potential.
Females applying for this scholarship will be selected for awards based on their overall quality, their past activity, their commitment to continue in volunteer activities in the community, and their financial need. Among all the applications, one female will be selected for an award amount of $1,000. The amount will be used for her educational purposes and manage her related expenses such as tuition fees, books, other supplies, accommodation, transportation, and other required fees requirements. This will motivate the female to seek education and develop her skills and continue her community volunteer activities.
The Junior League of Albany, Inc. was founded in 1917 and is a private, non-profit educational women’s volunteer organization that aims to improve communities and the social, cultural, and political fabric of civil society. Their mission is to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women, and improve the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
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Check out the below table to get an idea about this program:
|Organization||Junior League of Albany|
|Education Level||High school senior and undergraduate|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Contest Deadline||March 21, 2022|
Who is Eligible?
Applicant must be:
- A female resident of the Capital District; and
- A candidate for high school graduation in the current academic year who will be applying for enrollment in an accredited college, university, or secondary educational or vocational program for the upcoming academic year; or
- A high school (or equivalent) graduate currently enrolled in an accredited college, university, or secondary educational or vocational program; and
- Currently involved in volunteer organizations or activities which serve the same or related focus areas as the Junior League of Albany; and
- Able to demonstrate citizenship and initiative.
How to Apply?
The eligible applicants should fill out the application form with entering details in each field of the form, also should write a narrative explaining how the scholarship will assist them in achieving their goals, a statement that if they accept the scholarship, they will commit to continue with school and volunteer services, and if appropriate applicants must include any information concerning their economic need in the narrative. With this, applicants must attach an electronic transcript and a letter of recommendation from someone at an organization they volunteer. Student can fill out their applications on the below link provided.
The transcript and recommendation letters should be sent separately through:
Regarding any questions about the program, students can send an email to the same address.
Women entering into this program will get selected for awards based on their overall quality and whether they have met all eligibility requirements, their past activity, their commitment to continue in volunteer activities in the community, and their financial need. One applicant who performs the best will be considered for the award and will receive an award amount of $1,000. The amount will be used for the student’s educational purposes, such as in managing their education-related expenses that include tuition fees, library fees, room and board, transportation, and other related and required expenses. This will motivate and encourage women to pursue their education and will also help to obtain skills that are necessary to further their volunteer potential.
Females who find themselves eligible and deserving for this scholarship program should complete the process of applying for the deadline of March 21, 2022. Applications received after this date will not be considered eligible.