Urban League of Metropolitan Denver
Urban League of Metropolitan Denver
5900 E 39th Ave.
University of Phoenix First Chance Scholarship Fund (Undergraduate/Scholarship)
Purpose: To promote the life changing benefits of education and honor individuals who have shown desire to improve their lives and the lives of those around them through education. Focus: General studies. Qualif.: Applicants must meet one of the following criteria: must be legal residents of the United States; have a valid visa that does not prohibit educational studies; have been granted temporary protection status along with approved Notice of Action issued by Citizen Immigration Services and verified through CIS Form g-845; or have been granted asylum along with the approved Notice of Action issued by the Citizen Immigration Services; are not receiving 100% tuition reimbursement; are not employees or family members of Apollo Group, Inc. University of Phoenix, Western International University, Institute for Professional Development or any other subsidiary of Apollo Group Inc. Criteria: Preference will be given to those students who have met one of the criteria.
Funds Avail.: No specific amount. To Apply: Applicants must submit the following: a complete, signed application, together with all supporting documentation, if any, by the deadline date listed below. The completion of the application form does not create an obligation to award a scholarship to applicant. Submit a complete questionnaire. High importance will be placed on the applicant's desire to advance in their education, with an emphasis on furthering their careers, and their impact in the community for which they reside. To be considered the essay must meet the following requirements: Each of the four questions should be answered in complete sentences and paragraph format with approximately 4-7 sentences, Double spaced, 12 point font 8 x 11 paper, and pages must be paper-clipped together (no staples). Deadline: June 29. Contact: Urban League of Metropolitan Denver Inc. at the above address (see entry 7296).
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