Tracy Chamber of Commerce, Hispanic Business Group (HBG) announces the 16th Annual Scholarship – Application Link
HBG was founded in 2002 by a group of Tracy business owners and professionals who had a desire to promote the successes of local Latino Leaders while promoting small business owners.
The Four Pillars of the HBG are to:
Promote business within the Latino community.
Support education of local students.
Provide service to the community.
Recognize community leadership.
This year the organization is awarding between 8-12 scholarships (depending on available funding) of at least $500 to Tracy area high school seniors who are pursuing an education and/or vocational training beyond high
Review the criteria carefully before submitting your application.
- Academic Achievement: Students with a grade point average of 3.0 and above are eligible.
- Athletics/Sports: Students who have demonstrated overall achievement (2.0 G.P.A.) and participation in high school athletics or a community sports programs are eligible.
- Visual and Performing Arts: Students who are involved in various forms of ongoing artistic education including but not limited to visual arts, performing arts (drama/voice/music), graphic arts and media are eligible. Must demonstrate portfolio, tape etc… An overall G.P.A. of 2.0 is required.
- Vocational/Trade: Students who will be enrolling in vocational training and/or business schools are eligible. An overall G.P.A. of 2.0 is required.
- Community Service: Students who have performed a minimum of 200 hours of volunteer work for community and school causes and activities are eligible. Students who have held positions representing
youth (Youth Commissions, Student Governments, etc.) are also eligible. An overall G.P.A. of 2.0 is required.
- El Futuro: Students in need of general financial assistance are eligible. Students applying for these scholarships must explain the need for financial assistance. An overall G.P.A. of 2.0 is required.
- Health and Science: Available for students who are pursuing a career in medicine and/or science. An overall G.P.A. of 3.0 is required.
For more information contact
Tracy Chamber of Commerce
HISPANIC BUSINESS GROUP
2018 Scholarship Application
Applicants must be of Hispanic/Latino descent.
Must be attending a high school located within the Tracy Unified School District Boundaries.
Must have an average of 2.0 G.P.A. Academic & Health/Science scholarships require a 3.0+ G.P.A.
Must be a high school senior graduating in June.
Must plan to enroll full time in a university, community college, state college, and/or vocational /trade school in
the Fall of 2018.
Students can only apply for one (1) category.
Application available at the Tracy Chamber of Commerce, High School Career Centers and the Tracy Chamber website at: www.tracychamber.org
All questions must be completely answered on the application and the form must be properly filled out.
Scholarship award process involves a written application and an oral interview.
Application must be received on or before the deadline: Friday, February 2, 2018.
Only the top 20 applicants will receive an invitation to the final selection step, an oral interview. Oral interviews will be scheduled in the middle of February.
Application must be delivered or mailed to:
Tracy Chamber of Commerce
223 East 10th Street
Tracy, CA 95376.
Application must have a cover sheet with students name, school and category.
Completed Scholarship Application including responses to all questions.
Transcript copy, report card, or other proof of grade point average, G.P.A.
AWARD PRESENTATIONS: The selected scholarship recipients will be notified of the award by phone and in writing and/or via email. Attendance at the Group Business Mixer and Award Ceremony is mandatory.
The Group Business Mixer is on: Thursday, March 22, 2018 at a location to be determined. The Award Ceremony will be held on: April 28, 2018 at 5 p.m.at the Tracy Community Center.
DISBURSEMENT: Awards will be disbursed directly to the student upon verification of high school graduation and verification of full time (12 units) college enrollment for the Fall of 2018.
Applications must be received by: Friday, February 2, 2018.
For more information contact
Tracy Chamber of Commerce
HISPANIC BUSINESS GROUP
2018 Scholarship Application
Applicant legal name: _____________________________________ School: _____________________________________
Home address: ______________________________________________City_________________Zip_________________
Cell number ________________ Other Phone number: ______________E-mail______________________________
Check the 1 scholarship you qualify for: Academic Athletics/Sports Visual/Performing Arts
Vocational/Trade Community Service/School Leadership El Futuro/Financial Assistance
Health and Science
On a separate sheet of paper, please answer the following questions
1. What are your future educational goals and career goals?
2. How do you plan to achieve both goals?
3. Please explain. Why do you qualify for the scholarship award in the category you are applying?
4. What recognitions or awards have you received and which one means the most to you?
5. How do you envision yourself giving back to the Latino community?
6. How has growing up Latino (a) affected your life?
7. List the post-secondary schools you have applied to you?
Present your application in a professional manner, either typed or written neatly.
Place your name, school and scholarship category on the right hand corner of every page.
If you are writing, please make sure that your penmanship is legible.
If you are typing your responses please use a size 12 font and set your line spacing to 1.5. with 1 inch margins.
Above all, DO YOUR BEST a n d PUT YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD!
Tracy African American Association (TAAA) is a non-profit organization
established in 1994 by a group of concerned professionals seeking to form
ties among African Americans and others in the Tracy community. Our
mission is to create a cooperative environment that unites people of all
ages and backgrounds through sponsorships, while promoting and
contributing to educational, cultural, and social programs and activities that
foster awareness, diversity, and a cooperative environment that unites the
Tracy Community. Membership is open to individuals who share and
embrace the TAAA mission.
As our global society continues to make technological advances, it becomes imperative that African American youth are equipped to meet the challenges of the future. That future mandates a sound education, knowledge, skills, and abilities. TAAA seeks to assist the youth of our community in their academic development by making available scholarships toward a college education.
As our global society continues to make technological advances, it becomes imperative that African American youth are equipped to meet the challenges of the future. That future mandates a sound education, knowledge, skills, and abilities. Seeks to assist the youth of our community in their academic development by making available scholarships toward a college education.
Annually, the organization provides scholarships—named for late TAAA member and education advocate Wayne Nelson—to enrich educational opportunities for college-bound African American students who are graduating from Tracy, CA high schools. Scholarships are awarded
to high school seniors who apply, meet specific academic requirements, and who are entering an accredited college or university on a full-time basis. Scholarships are awarded for a minimum of $500.00.
Each year, scholarship applications are available in January and must be submitted no later than the fourth Saturday in April (April 28, 2018). Awards will be announced the first week of May at TAAA’s General Meeting. All scholarship recipients are also expected to attend TAAA’s annual Juneteenth Celebration (June 2, 2018). Scholarship recipients will be announced at their
respective high school award night assemblies and are encouraged to attend the AAEA graduation in Stockton in June. Scholarships will become void if award recipient is not enrolled within one year of the immediately following academic year. (For example, you graduate May 2018, you must be enrolled in college by Fall 2019). Scholarship funds will be disbursed within
15 days after receipt of proof of enrollment (ie. Class schedule or tuition receipt on official school letterhead or from applicable school’s website.)
For Further Information please visit: http://www.taaa.net/scholarships.html
Tracy African American Association P.O. Box 62 Tracy, CA 95378
This scholarship application is for a Tracy High senior enrolled in the IB and/or Ag Science program(s) with a total weighted 3.5 GPA or above and has been accepted to, and plans to attend, a 4 year college or university. Judging is based on grades, creativity, effort / quality, and passion of the submission, be it a; written essay, video, drawing or painting, photo, poem, hardware or software design, web site, Android or IOS app, etc.
Creativity is encouraged….think outside the box. Don’t be afraid to be different.
Deadline: 3:30 PM, April 6, 2018. Late submissions will not be considered.
Completed hard copies can be dropped off at the Tracy High Career Education Office or you can submit them electronically to: email@example.com
Include a short (one or two paragraph) written explanation of your work.
Email to ForCarolinc@gmail.com, or bring to the Tracy High Career Office
This scholarship is for $1,200 and will be given to one student per year.
Go to http://ForCarol.com to understand how this scholarship got started.
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Tracy, CA 95376
Notre Dame de Namur University is proud to deliver high quality education close to those who call San Joaquin County home. Programs are offered in the evening and are designed for working professionals.
A Bay Area institution for over 160 years, NDNU symbolizes a tradition of higher learning. NDNU prides itself on access, as one of the first colleges in California, the first authorized to grant degrees to women in California, one of the first private college Hispanic-Serving Institutions in California, and now the first university to extend access to their programs to Tracy and surrounding community residents and employees.
Classes start spring, summer and fall, and are taught year-round. Offered in an accelerated format to help students finish faster, classes typically meet one night a week at the Tracy Transit Station (intersection of 6th and Central). Financing options are available, including the Tracy Scholarship.
More than $100,000 in scholarship aid is available for students completing their bachelor’s or master’s degree with NDNU in Tracy. To apply, visit http://tracy.ndnu.edu/scholarship.
Write about the best part-time job or internship for students. Win a $3,000 scholarship!
Winner: Morissa Szmyt
Due December 31st
Starts in January
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How It Works
ZipRecruiter is offering a $3,000 scholarship to the winning college or university student with the most creative entry in our Autumn 2017 Scholarship Promotion.
The Grand Prize Winner each quarter will receive the $3,000 scholarship.
To enter, please write a 250-500 word essay
on one of the following three topics.
The best on- or off-campus part-time jobs for students at your school
The top local internship opportunities for students in your major and the best approach to land a top internship.
How ZipRecruiter can help you find your next job in your city.
Essays must be limited to 250 to 500 words and submitted in .PDF, .DOC, or .DOCX file format. You may also include images, infographics, and diagrams provided that (i) the entire essay submission fits on one page and (ii) all the content, including your essay and images, etc., are your original work, and (iii) no part of your essay submission is owned by a third party. If your Entry includes any third-party materials, it will be disqualified.
At the conclusion of the specific Entry Period for each quarterly Promotion, you must (i) be a legal resident of one of the fifty (50) United States or the District of Columbia, (ii) be 18 years of age or older (or at least the age of majority in your jurisdiction of residence), and (iii) be enrolled as a student at an accredited high school, college or university in the United States.
The civil litigation lawyers at Tetzel Law, LLC are pleased to announce our new annual scholarship “Distracted Driving Lawyer Scholarship – 2018”. As civil litigation attorneys in both Boston and Worcester we see firsthand the damages distracted driving can bring to families and communities alike. With our scholarship, we seek to raise awareness for distracted driving accidents by putting students in the role of a legislator seeking to reduce distracted driving accidents across the state. It is our hope that by having students write this essay it will make them think about their own actions when they are behind the wheel.
We will be awarding the $1,000 Scholarship in February of 2018 after our review of scholarship applications is complete.
- Submit a completed application using the form below, and
- Proof of Enrollment or future enrollment in Post-High School education (trade school, graduate school, etc.)
We will be selecting a winner based off the following factors:
- Follows directions provided;
- Essay quality;
- Transcript from last institute of education; and
All applications must be submitted by January 30th, 2018.
- Many states have enacted laws and preventative measures to decrease or ban distracted driving, including age restrictions, hand-free use, citations, and more. If you had the responsibility to create a law or any other preventative measures to decrease distracted driving, what would they be and why?
Essays must be 12-point, Arial font, single spaced with proper grammar and paragraphs. Essays must not contain errors and should be spell checked. The winning essay will be a published blog post on our website. All applicants must allow your essay to be published on our website and the winner may supply a photo to display with the winning essay. The scholarship winner will be selected and notified by February 7th, 2018.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Question: I can’t get access to my transcript can I still apply?
Answer: Yes – submit proof of grades anyway you can. A picture will suffice.
Question: When will I be contacted?
Answer: We’ll send you an email if you’re the selected winner and we’ll publish your essay on our website.
Question: What if I have another question – can I contact the firm?
Answer: Due to the number of applicants we cannot respond to individual questions. When in doubt submit your application.
- Contacting the law firm with questions
- Plagiarizing your essay
- Essays with 451 words or more
Please use the forms below to submit all information needed. Good luck!
- The 2017-18 Scholarship Application deadline has passed. The 2018-2019 Scholarship Application will open January 2018.
- After you register for an account, you will be able to sign in and work on your scholarship application until the deadline. As you work on the application, your progress will be automatically saved each time you logout.
- Scholarships will require additional documents, which are submitted online. Scholarship applications are not considered complete unless the application is electronically submitted by the student and all documents are received by March 2nd.
- All scholarship applications will require (at a minimum):
- A completed online scholarship application
- Two letters of recommendation
- A brief essay
- Always read the instructions for a scholarship before applying.
- We encourage all students to apply for scholarships through the Delta College Scholarship Program. Scholarships are awarded for many reasons including major, financial need, program completion and academic performance. You must apply to be considered, so PLEASE APPLY!
- If you need additional help with your scholarship, please contact our Scholarship Specialist, Jennifer Dionne.
Scholarship Donors – Process for Creating a Scholarship
- Printable step by step guide (.pdf)
- How do I Establish a Scholarship at Delta?
- Who do I contact if I have questions about my scholarship?
Office of Financial Aid, Scholarships & Veterans Services Box: #111
5151 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95207
Phone: (209)954-5151 Ext. 6131
Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
More than $4 million in scholarships is available to benefit students from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. The scholarships can range from $100 to $13,000 per academic year. Undergraduate scholarships are all awarded on a merit basis. Scholarship criteria may also include participation in extracurricular activities; specific college or major; career interests; geographic origin; high school or community college attended; parentage; perseverance; and many other personal characteristics. The majority of UC Davis’ scholarships are not renewed automatically; therefore, students must reapply to be considered for scholarships on an annual basis. Take advantage of an opportunity to be rewarded for your hard work!
Since merit is our primary basis for awarding scholarships, students do not have to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the California Dream Act Application in order to be considered. However, a small amount of merit scholarships have a financial need consideration. Financial need is only determined through the FAFSA or California Dream Act Application. As a result, we recommend that students apply for financial aid to maximize educational funding options. For more information visit the Apply for Financial Aid section.
Application and Awarding Timeline
Continuing students apply for scholarships in the fall of the academic year prior to awarding. For example: 2018-2019 scholarship recipients would need to have applied in the fall of 2017 to be considered. Applications would be reviewed and scored in the winter of 2018 and award notices would be sent out in spring and early summer, 2018. The application process differs slightly for prospective/entering students and continuing undergraduates.
All UC Davis and outside agency/private scholarships are posted to the recipient’s UC Davis student account. When credited, the scholarship will first cover any unmet need; then, it will replace a student’s Self-Help expectation, followed by loans and Work Study. Grants and other gift aid will be reduced last, if necessary. Scholarships will be divided and disbursed evenly over fall, winter, and spring quarters, unless otherwise specified by the scholarship terms.
Find All Opportunities here: https://ucdavis.academicworks.com/opportunities
The Lincoln Center Scholarship Program was created to promote and support the educational growth of students in San Joaquin County.
In its 5th year, the scholarships are funded through proceeds generated at the Lincoln Center Classic Car Show held each August. This 2017 year more than $6,000 in scholarship money was awarded.
Lincoln Center Scholarship
Application, Requirements, and Checklist
Three – $1,000 Scholarships Available
• Must be a High School senior with a 3.0 GPA or higher (graduating class of 2018),
• Enrolled in a school located in San Joaquin County (charter, private, public, etc.)
• Complete and mail application with attachments by Friday, January 12, 2018
(Scholarships awarded March – April 2018).
Please review the following items and place a check mark by each one as they are completed. ALL ITEMS MUST BE CHECKED AND RETURNED WITH YOUR
______ 1. Application has been filled out completely (all questions answered
within required word counts, double spaced type in 12-point font) and
any additional pages attached.
______ 2. I have signed the Signature Page (Page 3).
______ 3. One Letter of Recommendation
______ 4. Current Official Transcripts
______ 5. Personal Statement 1 – Describe your high school experience and
what you have learned in the past four years.
______ 6. Personal Statement 2 – Describe your plan after high school (short
term and long-term plans, including what school/program you plan to
______ 7. List of community service / involvement
______ 8. Question: If you could meet anybody in the world (past or present),
who would it be and why?
______ 9. Application and attachments mailed to:
Lincoln Center Scholarship
374 Lincoln Center
Stockton, CA 95207
High school seniors with a 3.0 GPA or higher attending school in San Joaquin County were eligible to apply. The 2017-2018 Lincoln Center Scholarship Program application is available for download here.
For questions about the Scholarship Program, please contact the Lincoln Center Marketing Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (209) 477-4868.
The SJEC Scholarship Award Program is unique. There is no other similar organization where engineers and allied professionals come together to support students wishing to pursue an engineering education.
In 1979, SJEC established an annual Scholarship Award program to assist students planning to follow a career path into any of the many engineering professions. Since its inception, the SJEC scholarship program has assisted 234 high school seniors achieve their goal of becoming an Engineer. The total of scholarships awarded has exceeded $257,610.
Students who have received Scholarship awards have gone into fields such as:
- Aeronautical Engineering
- Aerospace Engineering
- Agricultural Engineering
- Automotive Engineering
- Bio-Medical Engineering
- Biochemical Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Traffic Engineering
Students have attended many of the nation’s top Engineering Schools, such as:
- Brigham Young University
- Cal Poly Pomona
- Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
- Cal Tech
- Columbia University
- Cornell University
- CSU Fresno
- Harvey Mudd University
- Johns Hopkins University
- Leigh University
- Northwestern University
- San Jose State
- UC Berkeley
- UC Davis
- UC Irvine
- UC Long Beach
- UC San Diego
- UC Santa Barbara
- UC Santa Cruz
- University of the Pacific
- University of Colorado at Boulder
- University of Washington
- US Air Force Academy
- West Point
- Whittier College
- 2017-18 Scholarship Application Form (High School Students)
- 2017-18 Community College Scholarship Application Form
- Typical Enrollment Verification Form (For Scholarship Recipients)