Awards are based on demonstrated financial need. The maximum annual
award is $8,500. The length of the award is to be determined.
There is no set deadline, but students should submit application as
early as possible, since scholarship is offered only on a limited
first-come, first-served basis. Visit website for more
References are required from academic deans or advisors,
employers, and personal associates
Academic transcripts are required and must reflect a minimum GPA
of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
- Financial Need
Awards are based on demonstrated financial need. The maximum
annual award is $8,500. Applicants must submit copies of their and
their parents' most recently filed income tax returns. A detailed
estimate of academic expenses and resources is required. Eligible
scholars are expected to apply for financial aid from all possible
sources including federal, state, college and university funding.
The Foundation does not provide funding to cover debts already
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The Foundation grants approximately 200 individual awards each year
to both full time undergraduate students enrolled in four year
bachelor programs and to full time graduate students. Applicants
must either be currently enrolled or must have completed one year
of undergraduate work at an accredited college or university. The
Foundation also grants a small number of fellowship awards for
independent study and research, usually post-doctoral, based on the
recommendation of a recognized institution. These fellowships are
intended to encourage research that will improve the general
welfare of mankind. Because funds for such grants are limited,
interested applicants should inquire as to the availability of
funding for fellowships in their chosen field of study.