The Yellow Papers Scholarship

$1,000

February 01, 2021

Awards Available: 5

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Yellow Papers Scholarship is a one-time grant of $1,000 that can be applied to college tuition. The aim of our scholarship is to promote and share Asian American culture and stories from students across the country. Applicant must be a degree-seeking, full-time student enrolling in a U.S. accredited university in the fall the year is offered, demonstrate financial need, be a U.S. citizen, resident or foreign national, and have one or both parents immigrated to the US from East or South-East Asia. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.
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  • team@theyellowpapers.com

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Yizhe Zhang  on 1/1/2020 9:35:42 PM

Very pleased to know about this scholarship today because I almost missed it. I am looking forward to understanding more about the scholarship.

Tehina M  on 12/12/2019 3:10:48 PM

This counts for Polynesians too right?

Ana D  on 12/12/2019 3:00:08 PM

@Anna R: I'm not sure if you're going to see this but you don't need to be employed in a job to make a resume. You can just put on there your academic stats, your extracurriculars, your volunteering experience, and any other awards, achievements or scholarships you have.

Anna R  on 11/27/2019 5:21:00 PM

I am interested in applying for this, but when I try to apply it says I have to make a resume, which I can't because I'm not currently employed in a job. I am only a senior student in high school.

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