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Kiwanis Club of Brea Scholarship Fund

The objective of this Scholarship Fund is to partner with civic-minded, financially needy, mission-focused individuals and help enable their educational, professional, or vocational visions at their choices of schools, apprenticeships, internships, colleges or universities towards the successful occupational growth of these individuals in the Brea community.

The current version of the application for scholarship funds will be available on the website of the Kiwanis Club of Brea (Club) and by written request to the Club. Applications submitted by residents or students in Brea will be accepted for review and consideration. Applications may be submitted throughout the year, however, the formal decision process will occur at the date determined each year by the Club Board.

Applications must be mailed to the Kiwanis Club of Brea Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 1372, Brea, California, 92822. The deadline for receipt of scholarship applications is June 1st. No late applications will be accepted. The Club will select finalists, and each finalist will be contacted to schedule an interview with the selection committee.

All applicants must reside in the City of Brea at the time the application is submitted. Finalists who are selected must bring supporting documentation and proof of the following to the selection committee interview:
- Residence in the City of Brea at the time of application
- Social security number or United States passport (verification only)
- Proof of application to or acceptance/enrollment at an accredited trade or vocational school, college or university
- Official school transcripts
- Names of clubs, organizations and groups involved with, currently and during the last three years
- Awards and achievements earned during high school or thereafter
- Service in the military; awards received while in the military; discharge from military (DD 214 will be sufficient)
- Your annual income, father’s, mother’s, and/or spouse’s annual income if applicable

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