If "The Diary of Anne Frank" was not in your grade or high school curriculum, you probably just missed a curriculum change. But don’t worry, even students who haven’t read the book can learn about Anne and apply for this scholarship. In commemoration of the courage and perseverance demonstrated by Anne Frank during WWII, The Anne Frank Center is offering a scholarship to students in need of financial aid for college. The Anne Frank Center is committed to promoting tolerance and education, and their scholarship rewards students who work to dispel discrimination of all sorts. To find additional information about this or other scholarships please visit Scholarships.com and conduct a free scholarship search.
Prize: 1. A $10,000 scholarship to be distributed over a four-year period
Eligibility: 1. Applicant must be a high school senior 2. Applicant must have been admitted to a four-year college or university 3. Applicant must be able to attend the June 12, 2008 ceremony at “The Pierre Hotel” in New York City (if they win). If necessary, the Anne Frank Center will provide for travel and overnight stay.
Deadline: January 31, 2008
Required Material: 1. A nomination form from someone who recommends the applicant for the award 2. Two signed and dated letters of recommendation from sponsors 3. A one page personal essay written by the nominee explaining why they deserve the award 4. A completed application form
Additional information about this scholarship, including application forms, can be found by conducting a free scholarship search. Once a student has completed a search, this scholarship will appear in their scholarship list, provided the student is eligible.