2015 CCAPW Scholarship Application
Awards for Asian and Pacific Islander Women
Central California Asian Pacific Women (CCAPW) announces scholarships are available for the 2015-2016 academic year. The scholarships provide financial assistance to Asian and Pacific Islander (API) women pursuing higher education who are from Fresno County. Applicants will be evaluated based on the following: first generation student, academic achievement, leadership, contribution to API community, and ethnic diversity. Applicants must be an entering/continuing undergraduate, entering/continuing graduate, or re-entry student in a college or university. Special awards are also available for students studying health and/or business.
Deadline for submission of application & materials: APRIL 15, 2015
Community Service Scholarship Programs
You can earn money while helping the community through one of our two service programs. The Community Service Scholarship Program (CSSP), and the Community Service Scholarship Program: Future Scholars Component (CSSPFS) exist to help students earn and learn!
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Scholarship opportunities are now available. Please click here to be redirected for further information and to apply.
LAVAL ENTREPRENEUR MENTOR PROGRAM AWARDS
A generous gift from the Claude Laval family has made it possible to provide three awards to students accepted into the Laval Entrepreneur Mentor Program to offset the cost of tuition. The $3200 award will go to students who can demonstrate a commitment to building entrepreneur skills throughout their lives. Students receiving the award in the first semester will be eligible for the same award in the second semester of the program provided they have met the criteria of entrepreneurial excellence. Students from any major and year in school are eligible.
The awards will be made to students joining the Laval Entrepreneur Mentor Program cohort in January 2015. To be eligible for the award, students must:
- Have a minimum overall GPA of 3.1
- Fully committed to attending and participating in all Laval Entrepreneur Mentor Program sessions and events
- Complete an essay on their application explaining their commitment to entrepreneurship skill building
- Be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits each semester
- Accepted into the Laval Entrepreneur Mentor Program.
For more information and to complete the application, please visit www.lylescenteremp.com