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CC Bank’s Young Scholars Scholarship

$2,000

December 31, 2020

Awards Available: 5

  • Scholarship Description
  • Each year CC Bank's Young Scholars Scholarship offers up to five (5) $2,000 scholarships to students attending universities, colleges and other academic institutions across the U.S. Applicants must be U.S residents under the age of 30 with a minimum 3.0 GPA and must be enrolled at an academic institute at the time of the scholarship award. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Dodger Margol
  • 8030 Valdosta Ave
  • San Diego, CA 92126
  • scholarship@ccbank.us
  • 619-268-4800

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Natania W  on 9/30/2020 9:51:00 AM

I am an applicant who is a U.S resident under the age of 30 with a minimum 3.0 GPA and I am enrolled full time at an academic institute.

Jackson P  on 9/28/2020 6:22:48 PM

I am currently applying for this scholarship to help with the high tuition cost of my school

Suraiya Karim  on 9/28/2020 8:15:17 AM

I'm looking forward to apply for this scholarship to get myself helped with college tuition.

Jordan C  on 9/22/2020 3:18:56 PM

I will be applying to pay off my college and help get items I would need for college.

hope A  on 9/9/2020 8:25:56 PM

im enrolled in school and I'm planning on applying to help reduce my cost of school to better me and my family .

Jacob K  on 5/27/2020 10:06:28 AM

My only question is I am going to school out of state and I am wondering the policies behind flying back home for the ceremony if chosen. If anyone could clarify I would appreciate it! Thank you!

Isabel A  on 5/25/2020 3:49:31 AM

Will be applying!

Jessica B  on 5/12/2020 8:18:35 PM

I wish to apply for this scholarship if I can.

Man N  on 12/20/2017 7:59:09 PM

How could I receive my award if I won at the time the awards are given? In Feb, I probably won't have my decision for college. The deadline to enroll in a college is one May 1st. Thank you

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