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Fontana Transport Inc. Scholars Program

$5,000

March 13, 2021

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Fontana Transport Inc. Scholars Program is open to underrepresented, low-income and first-generation college-bound students. Students must be pursuing an undergraduate degree full-time in transportation, math, science, engineering, architecture, environmental design, PreMed, psychology, Spanish language/literature. The applicant does not have to be a U.S. citizen but must have a minimum 3.5 GPA and proof of attending college beginning in the fall semester. Recommendation by a faculty member is optional but highly suggested. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 6599 Jacaranda Avenue
  • Fontana, CA 92336
  • scholarships@fontanatransport.net
  • tel: 909-714-8617
  • fax: 909-235-4137

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Erin p  on 3/24/2020 1:24:42 PM

Currently I am a high school senior And plan to attend collage next fall with a double major in psychology and criminal justice. I have participated in a couple of school events such as Hawk Holiday hope, which is a fundraiser to give foster children Christmas gifts, also participated in a skills conference my sophomore year. I have a 3.1 GPA and have taken courses in high school applied to my major in college. I’m a child of divorced parents which makes my families financial situations difficult which could cause problems achieveing my goal of completing college so I could help people.

Juan Andrés Baquero  on 3/9/2020 3:50:27 PM

I’m a current in high school senior , I want to go to university, I have participated in AP Spanish classes, economics, etc.

Edith Angeles Sosa  on 3/6/2020 8:44:50 PM

Hello, I'm currently a first generation student with a low income budget family. I am planning on attending Cal State Sacramento with earning a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering. My average gpa is 3.5 out of a 4.0 standard. I have been a school athlete all 4 years. I've also been associated in numerous of clubs such as French Honors Society, Upward Bound, Avid, environmental club, and in women's stem club. I've always been competitive in taking classes such as in honors and APs. I am also the oldest in the family and have been the only female in the family which results in having major responsibility and having impact in my family

Jaqueline C  on 2/26/2020 7:20:05 PM

l and I am a current high school senior, plan on attending college this fall and earning a degree in preMed. My gpa is an average of 3.5, during high school I participated in numerous clubs, including beta clib, spanish club, student government association and hosa. I never took any regular classes, I took AP US history, environmental, US government and macroeconomics.

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