Application Information

This scholarship is open to high school seniors graduating in 2023 and enrolled in a college, university, or trade school. Nominations are accepted by school teachers, school counselors, principals, coaches, employers, volunteer associations, and church employees. Students may also self-nominate.

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* 1. The person nominating a student should complete this question. If you are a student self-nominating, skip this question.

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* 2. Information regarding student being nominated.

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* 3. Name of college, university, or trade school student plans to attend in Fall 2023 along with program of study.

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* 4. If a student is being nominated by another party, write a statement describing the nominee's attributes, past advocacy initiatives, personal experience working with the student, and reasons why the individual should receive the scholarship.

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* 5. If a student is self-nominating, write an essay of 500 words to 2,000 describing your past advocacy interests and activities, including how you became interested in your particular cause(s), your future plans and hopes for continued advocacy initiatives, and how the Impact Scholarship would allow you to continue your advocacy.

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