Applicants are now being invited for a wonderful funding program named Roger B. Chaffee Scholarship open for 2021. This is an annual scholarship program that provides financial support to an outstanding high school senior in the Kent Intermediate School District, who aims to pursue a college career in engineering or the sciences. This scholarship was established in honour of the memory of Navy Lieutenant Commander Roger B. Chaffee who was Grand Rapids native and Apollo Astronaut. If you are passionate about science or engineering and hold the potential to put the impact on these two leading fields, then you are the right candidate for this program.
This scholarship is offered to students regardless of their race, colour, sex, or creed. This scholarship gets backing from the family and friends of Navy Lieutenant Commander Roger B. Chaffee, and have been promoting educational excellence throughout Kent County, Michigan. This scholarship has been finding the student leaders who demonstrate the qualities of Roger B. Chaffee and supporting their education so that they can also establish a successful career and contribute to the development of the country. The application process of this program includes downloading a PDF form, completing and sending it electronically to Mandy Lovell at email@example.com.
The Roger B. Chaffee Scholarship Fund was created in the memory of Roger B. Chaffee by his family, friends, and fellow classmates. This is a $3,000 scholarship awarded annually to an outstanding student enrolled in the Kent Intermediate School District, to help them in pursuit of their education.
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|Organization||Roger B. Chaffee Scholarship Fund|
|Educational Level||High school senior|
|Number of Awards||N/A|
|Application Deadline||February 26, 2021|
|Requirements||Two recommendations, transcript, copy of school’s grading system|
Who May Be Eligible
- Students who are high school senior, in the Kent Intermediate School District, who intends to pursue a college career in engineering or the sciences are eligible to apply.
- Students who apply must have a minimum grade point average of 3.5.
How to Apply
All applicants are required to download a PDF form, complete and send it electronically to Mandy Lovell at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once submitted, candidates will receive an email confirmation that the application submission was successful.
Transcript of your school record, including current subjects, and your test scores (SAT and ACT) is required. A transcript must be accompanied by a copy of the school’s grading system, must be sent electronically to Mandy Lovell, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent, at email@example.com. Plus, two recommendations from your high school science and mathematics instructors.
Each year, $3,000 college scholarship is offered to all deserving students who meet the eligibility requirements successfully. By earning this award, students can easily take admission at their chosen university without worrying about its tuition and can achieve the goals that they have set for themselves.
The application deadline is February 26, 2021. Send your complete documents before or on this date.