NAAAP Philadelphia Scholarship

NAAAP PHILADELPHIA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM


The National Association of Asian American Professionals Philadelphia Chapter (NAAAP Philadelphia) is proud to announce the 2015 scholarship program that benefits graduating high school seniors and current college students who are Asian/Asian American. Several high school and college students will be selected within their respective pools to receive $1,000 in scholarship money, to be used toward tuition, books, and/or living expenses.

About NAAAP Philadelphia:
A non-profit, 501(c)(3), all-volunteer, Pan-Asian American professional organization that promotes the career advancement and leadership development of Asian American professionals across a wide variety of fields and industries. As part of a national organization, NAAAP is the largest and fastest growing Asian American professional organization in the United States and Canada.

Scholarship Mission:
NAAAP Philadelphia strives to cultivate and develop the leaders of tomorrow. The mission of the NAAAP Philadelphia scholarship is to recognize and reward deserving Asian and Asian American students in the Philadelphia area with high leadership potential who are or will be pursuing a college education.

Timeline:
Scholarship Application Deadline: Monday, April 11th
Interview Conducted: TBD
Winners Announced: TBD


Requirements: please visit our webpage for more information on our scholarship applicant requirements

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