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Scholarships 2019-2020

Deadline Name & Link Information and Requirements
4/20/20 CUMA Capistrano Unified Management Association (CUMA) is offering 1 graduating senior a scholarship in the amount of $750. Complete the scholarship application form no later than Monday, April 20.
5/8/20 SCAG The scholarship will provide a $4,000 scholarship award for seven high school or community college students. Must be enrolled as a high school junior or senior or community college student, have at least a 3.0 GPA and be eligible to work in the United States. Graduating students must be able to provide proof of enrollment in higher education. Applicants must complete an application form and essay, provide two letters of recommendation and a current transcript. FLYER. Apply HERE.
6/25/20 Breakthrough Junior Challenge Looking for something fun to do while learning at home? You can make a video explaining a math or science concept, and enter to win a $250,000 scholarship. Students ages 13 through 18 are invited to create a short (under three minutes) video explaining a challenging concept in physics, mathematics, or the life sciences in an engaging, illuminating, and creative way. If you win, you’ll receive the college scholarship, your teacher will receive a $50,000 prize, and your school will get a new $100,000 science lab! Register & Apply HERE.
6/15/20 Memorial Scholarship Open to graduating seniors who will attend Saddleback College next year. No GPA requirement. Respond to the following prompt: Life is filled with adversity. You're either coming out of a storm, in the middle of a storm, or about to enter a storm. Describe how you have overcome adversities in your own life. 500 words. Email prompt response to lisaweidmann01@gmail.com no later than June 15th, 2020.
7/15/20 Angels on the Move Open to all students. One $500 winner. Application must include short answer questions and letter of recommendation. Application
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Cancelled for 2020

8/14/20 Injury Scholarship $1,000 scholarship for college-bound students who have suffered a serious injury and are committed to demonstrating a determination to rebuild their lives, pursue higher education, and achieve career success. A successful essay should be a minimum of 500 words and clearly answer the prompt.