NOW OPEN: Scholarship Applications Fall 2021
The next application cycle is officially open for students entering college in Fall 2021.
Applying for Specific Scholarship Funds
If you are interested in applying for a specific scholarship fund, click here to view the list of scholarship funds with unique applications.
2020 Scholarship Awards
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2020 Scholarship Recipients:
Adolphe Louis, Aida Garcia, Alexcia Plunkett, Alexis Effenberger, Allison Padilla, Alondra Bravo, Angela Yan, Ashley Backus, Beatrice Leger, Bendgy Dauphin, Benjamin Cooper, Cailey Vega, Caroline Rozzo, Chekube Chukwuma, Christmanie Senat, Claire Hagan, Dashna Corneille, David Allen, Donia Beau-Frere, Dylan D’Silva, Dylan Lugosi, Ednisha Vertus, Eduardo Rodriguez, Elizabeth Lekah, Elizabeth Van Keuren, Evan Cabrera, Gabriela Zeidler, Genesis Velasquez Hernandez, George Lupo, Gertride Delhomme, Heshman Nair, Hunter Richards, Idrissa Dial, Imelda Cardenas, Jasmine Weathersbee, Jeffrey Brover, Julia Fay, Julia Howe, Katelyn Herter, Katherine Chodor, Katia Mejia Lagos, Keya Chokshi, Kiana Montgomery, Leviticus Bennett, Lianna McDonald, Manda Kotori, Marisa Langston, Mayte Arocha, Michelle Serafimovich, Michely Julno, Natha Narcisse, Neha Vittal, Rakibul Hasan, Rodolfo Rodriguez-Muro, Sabrina Yeahia, Samawya Uddini, Sarah Romanyk, Sebastian Fernandez, Shanice Lodge, Stephanie Altamirano, Stevencia Estime, Thomas Green, Twisha Shah, Ty Exizian, Tyler Asuncion, Tyler Coffey, Tyler Havens and Uranie Pierre, Noelle Bedard, Paige Kercheville, Rajvi Shah, Anna Le, Anne-Mivida Petit-Homme, Cristina Piland, Daniel Sledge, Danny Noisette
Hear from our scholarship recipients:
I’m so appreciative of scholarship donors at the Community Foundation. In spring 2019, I’ll graduate with my Bachelor’s Degree in health and human services; Master’s Degree in gerontology. I’ve also been accepted to medical school, which I plan to begin next fall. Through this scholarship, my dream of becoming a physician has been made more possible.”
Jacqueline, Alexander W. Dreyfoos Jr. School of the Arts