Gladys Carol Scholarship

  • Deadline: 03/31/2019
  • Renewable: Yes
  • Number of Awards: Not Available
  • Award Amount: $5,000
  • Website: http://gcsp.vpweb.com/
  • Phone: Not Available
  • Fax: Not Available
  • Email: GCSP@outlook.com
  • Address: GCSP 74404 Pinon Drive 29 Palms, CA 92277

A scholarship grant entitled to all high school seniors, high school graduates, current post secondary undergraduates, and graduate level students awaits the successful candidate. One must be enrolled under the STEM courses in order to qualify and must reside in the United States. Gladys Carol Scholarship is giving an educational aid to qualified applicants with the aim to help students pursue their chosen courses under STEM fields.

A $5,000 worth of academic grant is rewarded to chosen candidate. Giving of amounts is based on the assessment performed by the Gladys Carol Scholarship committee. A requirement of a higher GPA 3.75 to 4.0 is preferred.

Full Description

The main vision of the Gladys Carol Scholarship is to help assist financially  the high school seniors, high school graduates, post secondary undergraduate and graduate students in their dream for a better education. The dream to achieve under STEM courses is what the scholarship envisions.

Hence the Gladys Carol Scholarship is a non profit organization, all funds came from the good hearts of the generous donors and sponsors.

Who's eligible?

  • Must be a full time regular student in the college or university
  • Must be under the STEM courses and majors
  • A minimum scale of 3.75 or higher on a 4.0 GPA is required
  • Must enroll and reside in the U.S. having a permanent residency and passport

How to Apply

  • Submit your scholarship application form with the attached documents
  • Transcript of records with indicated GPA rating
  • Acceptance letter from the school you are enrolled
  • Accomplish your SAR from FAFSA
  • Write your personal essay article with 250 words in this topic “How will this scholarship help you meet your educational and career goals?”

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