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Dorothy and Robert DeBolt Scholarship

$3,000

May 31, 2020

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The DeBolt Scholarship will be awarded to a youth who has been adopted after being in foster care in California. The applicant must be a California resident at the time of application and must have been accepted for admission to, or be enrolled in an accredited two-year college, four-year university or trade/vocational school in the United States. Maximum age at application is 25 years. Selection of the winner will be based on ability, motivation, community service, financial need, and the potential to succeed. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 8391 Auburn Blvd
  • Citrus Heights, CA 95610
  • scholarship@lilliput.org
  • tel: 916-678-7254
  • fax: 916-923-2365

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Adam A.  on 8/27/2018 3:04:13 PM

I fill all the requirements for this except for my age. I returned to school after many years to pursue a graduate degree. I think they should do away with the maximum age, even though I'm in my early thirties, doesn't mean growing up in foster care and going through the adoption process as a teenager, wasn't any easier, or didn't have an effect on my life than someone who is 25.

Alizabeth T  on 1/13/2016 8:00:30 PM

where is the application for this?

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