Assisteens Scholarships

Assistance League of Orange Scholarships Application General Information

Assisteens Scholarships

 Assistance League of Orange is offering individual scholarships. The amounts are based on a student’s academic achievements, financial needs, high school activities, extracurricular activities, community service, and leadership qualities.

   To qualify, all participants must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA, be a graduating senior from OUSD, plan to attend an accredited college, university, community college, or trade or technical school as a full-time student.

   Applicants must, depending on the scholarship, complete four to five attachments:

A) Application, B) Essay regarding your involvement in community, activities, or service-based employment, 200-250 words typed and double-spaced, C) Resume/Profile including a list of extracurricular activities and/or, offices held and accomplishments in organizations, D) Letter of recommendation, E) Photocopy of official high school transcript, F) Portfolio of artwork

   Scholarships:

   A General Scholarship: Students must complete Attachment A, B, C, D, E.

   Alfreda Newig Nursing Scholarship: Students must plan to study Nursing or pursue an education in other health-related fields. (If you plan to pursue Veterinary Medicine, you should apply to the General Scholarship) Students must complete Attachment A, B, C, D, E.

   ALO Memorial Scholarship for Special Needs Students: Applicants must be special education students themselves with a physical or mental handicap or plan to pursue a career in Special Education. Students must complete Attachment A, B, C, D, E.

   Eugenia Love Arts Scholarship: Students must plan to pursue a study in the arts. Students must complete Attachment A, B, C, D, E, F.

  All applications are due April 9, 2022, by midnight. For more information or clarification on attachments, please see Mrs. Clark in the Library.

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