Home > Financial Aid > College Scholarships > Scholarships By Type > Acting Scholarships > Screen Actors Guild John L Dales Scholarship Fund Standard Scholarships

Screen Actors Guild John L. Dales Scholarship Fund - Standard Scholarships

Applicants for scholarship awards of the John L. Dales Scholarship Fund will be selected in accordance with the following criteria:


- Applicant must be a member of the Screen Actors Guild, or the child of a member.
- The member applying with the Standard application and is under the age of 22 must have been a member in good standing for five years and have a lifetime earnings of $30,000 earned in the Guild’s jurisdiction.
- The member parent whose child is applying with the Standard application must have 10 years of vested pension credits OR a lifetime earnings of $150,000 earned in the Guild’s jurisdiction.
- Applicant shall submit a transcript of all high school, college and university courses and evaluations, SAT scores, and any other relevant information regarding prior academic history and achievement, including extracurricular activities. (Note: If applicant is a junior and has received prior Dales scholarships, they need not submit their high school transcripts and SAT scores.)
- Applicant shall submit a copy of their Federal Income Tax Returns for applicant and parents, including Schedules A, B & D.
- Applicant shall submit as essay of 350 to 750 words on a topic of their choice. A new essay is required each time the applicant applies.
- Applicant shall submit two personal letters of recommendation. (Letters should not come from family members or relatives.) New letters of recommendation are required each time they applicant applies.

Don't Go, There's More!!

View all the details and perhaps even apply for this scholarship. Not only that, but you will find even more scholarship opportunities and financial information along the way.
Register or log in by selecting the appropriate button below.
  

Scholarships by Type

Latest College & Financial Aid News

Convict Education 101: College in Prison funded through Pell Grants

August 4, 2015

by Susan Dutca

Is it possible to educate and correct inmates through quality, legitimate prison education? Discussions of social and educational reform, particularly within more decrepit and under-resourced environments are commonplace - but what about when it comes to educating incarcerated individuals? According to the Washington Post, proponents such as Education Secretary Arne Duncan plan to assist those [...]

80 Percent of College Students Drink

August 3, 2015

by Chris Bernardi

The disease of addiction has ravaged college campuses, evident by the fact that 80 percent of college students drink alcohol, 40 percent binge drink. College students make up one of the largest groups of drug abusers nationwide. Young adolescent’s ages 18-24 already have an increased risk of addiction- those enrolled in a full-time college program are twice as likely to abuse drugs and [...]

When Choosing A College, Weigh Wants, Needs and...Quirkiness?

August 2, 2015

by Christina Zhou

My name is Christina Zhou and as part of my duties as a virtual intern for Scholarships.com I will be writing blog articles each week. Writing is one of my passions and that, combined with the opportunity to help people, was what drew me to this position. Hopefully, the content in these articles will assist student readers everywhere in answering their questions about the college experience. [...]

Follow Us:

facebook twitter rss feed