APIASF General Scholarship Program

$20,000

January 22, 2021

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF) is the nation's largest 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides scholarships to Asian and Pacific Islander Americans (APIAs) with financial need. Applicants must register for a free account on the scholarship provider's website to complete the application. Applicants must be of Asian and/or Pacific Islander ethnicity as defined by the U.S. Census. Be a citizen, national, or legal permanent resident of the United States. Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 on a 4.0 scale and be enrolling as an undergraduate student in the U.S. accredited college or university in the Fall of 2018. Applicant must apply for federal financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Must submit one letter of recommendation online. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 2025 M Street NW
  • Suite 610
  • Washington, DC 20036
  • info@tmcf.org
  • tel: 202-652-2934
  • fax: 202-530-0643

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Nizamudeen  on 9/11/2020 5:07:22 AM

First, Thank you for started to read my condition right now. I'm 20 years old guy from India, Currently pursuing my senior year in Mechatronics engineering and pulling hard to pursue my desired career. I love to learn more and do more in this environment. I applied many colleges to do correspondence studies and gratefully I've been selected for B,sc computer science program in UOL. My entire family is happy that I got this opportunity, and It is like a magic ladder I got, to get into a bright future but I don't have the potential to climb the ladder, which is financially we are poor. My father was working for daily wages in one small covering jewel shop for 30 years, His total monthly income is around 110 euros, and he was cycling 45 KM every day to run my family. For my bachelor's, I asked many people to support but no one helped for my education. My parents got many debts to educate my brother and me. Till now, we have an many debts because of my education and my father's income is not enough to run both my family and debts. So, my parents only expectation is me, I want to give them bright future. After getting an offer letter from UOL, I asked many for the help but no one replied me. But, I won’t give up, every minute I'm contacting supporters because without the support I can't get into UOL. I want to be part of UOL, and I want help to push my desire in the right way. From my age 8, I was working part-time like selling toys in the platform, worked in a juice shop, for food catering, app promotion till now working to manage my basic essence. Every day improving my skills, learning anything that helps for my future. In my 10th grade, I Got 84% overall and In my High school I got 78% and then I chose to do My bachelor's in Mechatronics Engineering at Bharath Institute Of Higher Education And Research. Till now, I completed 5 semesters out of 8 and My overall GPA is 7.5 out of 10. In my college, we have ROBOTICS RESEARCH CENTER and I'm part of that la

Mark Joseph Robredillo  on 9/5/2020 7:40:28 AM

Hi, I'm Mark Joseph, I live here in the Philippines, since we're experiencing this pandemic, I have no chance to apply for a part-time job, that's why I'm having trouble on where would I find money to pay my tuition fees, especially now I'm a first year College and we are in a learning system what we call "Online Class" and we do not have enough materials or gadgets and internet connection to participate in this learning system, If I will be given a chance to win this scholarship financial aid, I'll finally reach my dreams and help my parents in the future ???

Zahirah T.  on 9/2/2020 8:09:11 PM

My name is Zahirah Tanaka. I was born in the United States of America and I am a permanent resident here. My father is half Japanese and Palauan and My mom is a quarter Japanese and three-quarters Palauan. Both of my parents came from Palau from farming families that had a lower income, My parents immigrated to the United States 3 years prior of my birth in hopes to for a better life. Since my birth my parents work constantly living check by check in order to provide for me and my sister. I hope to receive this scholarship to start my career as an accountant. This opportunity will be a blessing for me and my family. This scholarship will allow me to help receive a job that allow me to help my parents and thank them for the sacrifice they made coming to the U.S. Thank you for reading and giving this opportunity for many students. May God bless you and be will you always.

Eunice F.  on 8/28/2020 11:46:19 PM

Thank you for giving us a chance to reach our dreams by granting scholarship. I'm Eunice Fernandez, incoming freshmen at PRMSU. I studied Sciece, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics during my Senior Highschool. I am also a journalist. I am the managing editor of our campus newspaper. I am hoping that you will give me a chance to study because it is a very big help for me due to our family's financial problem. My mother is like our father too, in short, a single parent and sh'e's jobless. I will take BS Nursing for this school year because I am always noticing and observing the impact of pandemic that we are facing today which is the covid-19. I want to study nursing not only for my dream job but I really want to help people that have like medical needs because I know what are the feeling of needing something that you can't get/afford. I am starting saving money now by online selling of various products and I know it is not enough. I am completely out of financial support so I am searching for available scholarships. Especially now, PRMSU will hold online class on September 14 and this laptop I am using no, borrowed from my neighbor. I don't have any gadgets/internet access. Please help me to secure my future. Thank you! Keep safe and may God bless us all!

Cecilia C.S  on 8/28/2020 3:16:03 AM

I have just applied for this scholarship program.

Eunice C.  on 8/18/2020 5:41:07 AM

Hello. My name is Eunice Carpiso from the Philippines. I am currently majoring in Psychology and will be in 3rd year College this school year. I have been and still is a Dean's Lister on my school, from first year, first sem up to date. Due to the pandemic, our government and department of education implemented online classes. It would be unfair for people like me who cannot afford laptops and books that can aid in my learning. If I stop this school year, I will lose my position as a candidate for Latin Honors. I hope you will accept me and I promise to use the scholarship in my studies alone. I value learning and knowledge in my life and I would be grateful to be chosen. May God bless you! Thank you.

Badamtsetseg C  on 8/13/2020 1:10:48 PM

My name is Badamtsetseg and I am from Mongolia. I moved to the US by myself when I was 17 years old without not knowing the language. It has been a long and hard ourney since then.I put myself through community college to get my general education as well as nursing school while working multiple jobs. I am currently a licensed nurse who is wanting to further my education. I am applying for the scholarship to reach my goal to become a nurse practitioner someday i do have a beautiful daughter who is 9 months old and I would love to give her the childhood that I never had. I can only hope that I receive this scholarship it will help me and my daughter`s future tremendously. Thank you

James La  on 8/10/2020 2:28:21 PM

I am applying for this scholarship because I was hoping to get help with future book purchases for the college I am going to and technology I might not have enough funds for. I am half Vietnamese both my parents are from Vietnam and I am a second generation in my family. Both my parents work really hard for me to get into a good college and both of my parents make minimum wages which is hard trying to raise two children and paying off my sister loans.

Alisha Mauga  on 8/4/2020 4:28:53 PM

Dear Scholarship Program, My name is Alisha Mauga, I am applying for this scholarship hoping to feel successful on being financially stable for school. I am 18, currently graduated from Legacy High School located in North Las Vegas. I moved here in between my senior year from Richmond, California, from that I experienced major difficulties in school, as well as my hope of graduating. However, once I moved, I lost all my scholarships which included grant that suppose to pay off all four years of college. I come from a family of struggle, two parents and 11 siblings that contain my heart to the fullest. Only one of my siblings were able to make it to college but did not get to graduate, based off of being financially unstable to pay off school so he continued to work. I come from a low income family which has brought many difficulties within my years of living, which has brought me on pushing myself inside and outside of school. I personally, struggled with school for many years which has led me into being the best version of myself. I was able to overcome those stages of doubt and depression into being a close straight A student based off of my grades within my freshman year up to my senior year. Until I moved, I managed to keep my grades up, yet it wasn't enough. Throughout my hard work and dedication towards my education, It was not given to me. I was Devasated, being both races Samoan and Tongan has been a huge inspiration yet a struggle coming from a big family. However, I was able to graduate with a good GPA following with a great experience of maturity and a grateful heart. I am also an undergraduate of University of San Francisco which is my dream school since I was in middle school. I will be majoring in Criminal Justice to overcome police brutality and racial problems which has been a major focus to me and hoping I could be that step of change. I hope to become a part of change within my community, my family, and for those who I love dearly. Thank you f

Lindsay T.  on 8/3/2020 1:06:53 AM

My name is Lindsay Tañola , i came from Philippines now an incoming third year college student taking up Bachelor of technical-vocational education major in Food Service management and finding some scholarship that can support my schooling. My fathers income cannot really sustain us and my mother is a plain housewife . I badly want to finish college .

Syra Calilung  on 8/1/2020 3:26:14 AM

My name is Syra Calilung, I'm from Philippines. I'm a freshman college, but because of covid19 my parents can't work so I have to stop studying. If I'm giving a chance to get a full scholarship to study in abroad I will accept it gratefully, I'll be very grateful. I want to take Education major in English because I have many dreams for it, I want to teach in Cambodia which English Educators are few and also the English subject was expensive for other Cambodian to pay. I want to teach street kids and adults in Philippines also, because everyone should learn how to read and write for them not to be fooled by anyone. I want them to teach Languages for free, because I can really understand them. They can't afford or provide their childrens to go to school due to poverty. I'm Syra Calilung and my goal is to teach a thousand people who can't afford to go to a school.

Isela L.  on 7/26/2020 1:07:41 AM

My name Isela Liulamaga my friends call me Bella. I am a freshman at Bellevue Community College. I am quarter Native American, quarter Mexican, and half Samoan, I will be majoring in History to become an Archaeologist, filling out this application, and other scholarships knowing I might not win but its important to face head on in failure that's part of I've grown up. Looking back and describing my life I see all the ways in which I am disadvantaged due to my socioeconomic status. But I think it's important to note that none of us were fully aware of anything growing up. I knew that my parents couldn't buy me everything because they had to support my other six siblings, my grandma, my 2 older brothers, and my uncle when they needed help. Right in that moment I made a commitment to my family to contribute financially in whatever way I could because your family will always be there for the ups and downs, so every once a month I would pitch in some money for the house bills. My sacrifice translated to a closer bond with my siblings and being the importance of being a good influence to them it's helped me understand the true meaning of a unified family and the valuable part I play in this.

Mallory S.  on 7/22/2020 9:36:18 AM

My name is Mallory Saluone. I was born in the United States to a Samoan dad and Caucasian mom. My family has always valued education, sending my Grandpa from Samoa to the states in order for him to be able to receive an education and raise his children to obtain one as well. After my dad graduated from BYU with a degree in Engineering, I wanted to follow in his footsteps and receive an education as well. I am attending Utah Valley University, majoring in Art and Design. I want to become an Animator so that I can share the culture and stories of my Island Heritage. I have always been proud of where my family came from, whether it be Samoa or the United States and Europe. Receiving this scholarship would help me further my education and encourage me to work harder for myself and my ancestors. Thank you for this opportunity.

EM  on 7/17/2020 3:44:04 PM

Hi, I just moved here from Manila Philippines with my mom and my little brother after being granted our immigrant visa. I am now in highschool will graduate 2021. I want to be able to go to a university and pursue my dream in becoming a civil rights lawyer. My mom is a single parent with no child support and although it looks like impossible to be able to get to a university with our current financial situation, I am hopeful that I will be given the opportunity to get a scholarship program for I am determined not only to get a degree and get a good job but I want to help the community. It has been hard moving from a country where I grew up to a whole new different environment but it should not be a hindrance to get education neither is your current financial status.

Quezy May V.  on 7/10/2020 11:34:44 PM

Hi! My name is Quezy Villagonzalo I am a Filipino and I do believe that this scholarship will really help me a lot because my mom does not have a stable income or job and she's the only one who continued to raise us without my father cause he is already in heaven. I really want to pursue my dream to be a Psychologist. And since my brother was not able to finish his degree, I want to be the one who will finish my studies for my mom who is really striving hard to earn money just by selling any kind of products wherein the income is not that stable and it does really need a lot of hard work in order to earn. But that earning, is not sustainable enough to provide our needs as well as my tuition fees in school. Right now, we are in no work, no pay due to the crisis and school will start soon and I still have an outstanding balance that should be paid for me to proceed to 2nd yr college. I would love and I do hope to receive this scholarship. If ever I do so, I would really study hard and give back what my mom deserves. I will continue to pursue my dream with the help of this scholarship. Thank you for giving me this opportunity. Thank you so much and God Speed!

Kerchie Gaviola  on 7/2/2020 8:24:41 AM

Hello, My name is Kerchie Gaviola and I'm from philippines, actually I'm not a college student, I'm Grade 9 student, I applied for this scholarship to provide my education, if I'm luckly choosen to be part of this scholarship I promise that i will study harder to finish my studies and become a successful priest someday,, my father is a fisher man and my mother is a fish vendor, my mother told me that someday when i turned to college student she could never provide my studies anymore because we don't have a lot of money, I praying today that hopefully I'm one of those choosen student to receive that scholarship, one of my dream is to study in U.S because u.s the the best place to study, Thank so much for this opportunity, God bless you always...

Tyrone T  on 5/28/2020 3:13:57 PM

Talofa. I'm Tyrone Taleni and I'm Samoan. I grew up in Samoa my whole life, and just recently moved to California two years ago in pursue of a college education. I made a huge move with a big risk of not being able to support myself and my schooling, considering how less fortunate my family is back in Samoa in terms of finance. Our family lives off the land, and I knew we could not afford to do that for the rest of our lives in order to provide for all our necessities. I've always known that education provides better means to be successful in many ways in life, and it has always been a dream of mine as well to attain a higher education and become a doctor one day to serve the general population, especially my Pacific Islander community that lacks access to proper medical care. Being able to win this scholarship will not only accomplish my dreams, but more importantly, it will put me in the best position to help serve my people and community, and administer to their needs. Helping and serving my people is the motive behind my determination to be successful in life.

Kahiau H  on 5/22/2020 1:38:03 PM

I am Kahiau Haiola, most people who know me call me kai for short. I was born in Hawaii and lived there until I was ten. My mom was diagnosed with Celiac disease right before my tenth birthday and we were told we had to move somewhere dry. We currently reside in Logandale Nevada, right outside of Las Vegas. My dad is a Native Hawaiian and Chinese mix. My mom was born in Las Vegas and is not of Pacific or Asian descent. I would use this scholarship to complete paramedics Programs offered here in Las Vegas and EMT classes as well. I plan to be a Firefighter in Southern Nevada. My Parents have been stressed on money and I do not want them to see me as something that is taking more and more of theirs. Thank you for putting up this Scholarship opportunity for us.

Jellalynn. S  on 5/14/2020 11:23:27 PM

My name is Jellalynn Seilo and I am from the small Island of Kuttu in Chuuk State (under the Federated States of Micronesia) I am applying for Asian theological seminary. I was able to graduate with my BA in biblical studies with the help of people like you. I could no longer receive help from my previous sponsors, therefore I am here seeking help from you. I am 23 years old and I still depend on my single father, however he has retired and it's been so hard. It is my desire to teach like my late mother. I also wish to be able to impact people around me especially women in my Island to see that women can also be theologians. With your help, I will accomplish this goal. With your help, I could become the first woman in my Island to receive a master and doctorate in Biblical studies. With your help, I could show that there is hope for people like me.

Harold F  on 5/8/2020 10:20:22 AM

My name is Harold Fernandez, and I'm a high school graduate. I have been out of high school for 2 years, interning at a summer camp ministry in Kentucky. I have a cumulative GPA of 3.1 and was president of Key Club. I was involved in sports throughout all of school, such as, basketball, track, XC and marching band. My interest and hobbies include, fishing, hiking, biking and aviation. (aviation is the reason i am writing this). I'm working as an intern, doing guests relations, programming and along many other tedious jobs at Crossings Ministries. My parents both hold factory jobs, not making the amount of money I need to further my passion in aviation at a more reasonable pace amongst peers.

Tricia Tuazon  on 4/17/2020 10:22:28 PM

Hi Im Tricia from the philippines. I am an asian not living in US. I am looking for scholarship because my family dont have sufficient funds to sustained my tuition fee because my family belongs to the poorest of the poor we lived into a informal settlers thats why I encouraged my self to find a scholarship like this further to finish my study and have a better future. I hope to receive this scholarship. May God Bless you all. Thank you so much in advance ??

Richard nixon M. Bilbao  on 4/1/2020 4:58:29 AM

My name is Richard nixon bilbao I am a freshmen at a AIFCP i am majoring in bachelor Science marine transportation. I applied for this scholarship to further my education to become a seaferrer beacause i want to help my family. i want to apply this scholarship because i want to continue my studies. I hope to receive this scholarship to continue my career. Thank you for this opportunity. May GOD bless you!

Samoana P.  on 3/25/2020 9:55:51 PM

My name is Samoana Poyer I am a freshmen at a HBCU. i am majoring in Computer Science.I am full Samoan. I applied for this scholarship to further my education to become a programmer at Google. No one in my family ever went to a university let alone graduate college. I would love to be the first in my family to graduate just to show my younger family members that they can do anything they put their minds to. I hope to receive this scholarship to continue my career. Thank you for this opportunity. May GOD bless you!

Samoana P.  on 3/24/2020 10:03:00 PM

My name is Samoana Poyer I am a freshmen at a HBCU. i am majoring in Computer Science.I am full Samoan. I applied for this scholarship to further my education to become a programmer at Google. No one in my family ever went to a university let alone graduate college. I would love to be the first in my family to graduate just to show my younger family members that they can do anything they put their minds to. I hope to receive this scholarship to continue my career. Thank you for this opportunity. May GOD bless you!

Nhu Nguyen  on 3/15/2020 11:59:12 AM

Hello, My name is Nhu Nguyen. I came to the U.S. in 2019. I am an international student from a countryside of Vietnam. The main reason I chose U.S. to study is my family's political background. Moreover, I am the first college generation of my family. Therefore, I am looking for a scholarship to help me reach my goal. I am majoring in Business Administration at Century College. My dream is running a chain store of Banh Mi, traditional food of Vietnamese, because of its convenience and affordability. Getting this scholarship would be a great honor to me and my family. It is also a great encouragement for me to keep studying hard.

Tereise T  on 3/13/2020 12:56:35 PM

Hi, my name is Tereise Tosi. I am of American Samoa decent but also of Chinese decent. My dad is full Samoan. He was born in American Samoa and came to live here when he was about 20. He had been to the US before but it was only for a visit. When he met my mother, they had me, and my dad decided to leave his home so that he could be with my mother to help raise me. My mother is Samoan as well but was born here in Orange County, California. She has 6 siblings and growing up they moved a lot as well. They even lived in American Samoa for sometime. My mom is also of Chinese decent. Her father, my grandfather was born from a Chinese family, but adopted and raised from a Samoan family. My family and I associate more with our Samoan side because we are. Although I've always wanted to see and learn more about my Chinese family. I am applying for this scholarship because my parents need help financially. I have verbally committed to play softball at Cal State San Bernardino but it's still going to be too much for my parents out of pocket. My parents have done everything for me. My only goal in life is to make sure they don't have to worry about me. Thank you for taking the time to read this and please consider me for this scholarship. Have a blessed rest of your day.

Bianca R.  on 3/11/2020 10:48:17 AM

I came to the U.S in year 2011. The main reason we moved here is because my mom wanted a better future for me and my siblings. No one in my family has ever graduated from college, so now that graduation is coming we are looking for scholarships to help me with my first year of college. My goal is to become a Nurse. Ever since I was little I always knew that I wanted to be a nurse and help people. This scholarship would really help me fulfill my dream.

MelLin Grace  on 1/21/2020 11:34:54 AM

My parents adopted me at the age of 20 months from YuLin City, Shaanxi Province, PRC in the fall of 2002. I am 19 years old and currently finishing my first year of college. I am on the Dean's List this past semester. My goal is to complete my college degree and work in the field of business and marketing. Our family is financially stable but my parents are both retirement age, so we are looking for opportunities to help with the cost of my college education. I am working two part-time jobs to help with college expenses, but we still need to pursue other opportunities for financial assistance. Thank you for considering my request to apply for this scholarship.

Julianna S.  on 1/14/2020 2:58:31 PM

I'm enrolling into my first undergrad year of 2020 and trying to pursue a career as a psychiatrist. By applying this scholarship I can continue my goals and accomplish them to help people that need medical treatment.

Danny L  on 1/14/2020 9:46:28 AM

Hi, I am a samoan and Chinese decent that is working full time and taking care of my parents. My goal is to graduate in engineering but do not have sufficient funds to so. Any help would be appreciated. Faafetai tele lava and best regards,

Jiwon. M  on 1/1/2020 3:18:17 PM

Hello, I am Jiwon and I really need this scholarship to reach my future career. My family came to America and try hard to adjust in the American community. I am currently enrolled in second year of college, studying for nursing. As my younger sister entered to the college, our family need money for support. I want to be a nurse who go out to the other country and volunteer for poor people's health care. Please consider me to be a scholarship receiver.

Brandon Y  on 12/3/2019 8:50:21 AM

Currently a high school senior class of 2020. Having been diagnosed with a neurological disorder (TS), I anticipate with hope to receive a scholarship that not lifts up the burden of personal finances for my family but to allow myself the focus on pursuing a career in finding a cure through the studies of Neuroscience. My goal is to one day find a better cure/solution to those that are affected by Neurological diseases especially mine as there is no cure currently.

Samreen Akhtar  on 11/3/2019 1:53:16 PM

Hello, I am samreen I want this scholarship to study further and support my family this scholarship will be a great help for me currently I am almost done with my associates degree from Queens Borough Community college and want to pursue my bachelors in radiology.

Mariel T.  on 10/7/2019 9:11:41 PM

Hello, I am Mariel. I am a 12th grader (class of 2020) at Temescal Canyon High School in Lake Elsinore, CA. Receiving this scholarship would not only pay for 2 years at my dream school but it will also help me chase my dreams of joining the FBI to join Behavioral Analysis. It would be a dream come true to provide justice to those who deserve it. Coming from a family with severe financial needs has put a strain on my decisions to go to college. I just wish to attend a four-year university and pursue my dream career.

Ellaiza A.  on 10/2/2019 3:03:51 PM

Hello! I applied for this scholarship in hopes to be able to represent an organization that also represents my culture and roots. I hope to use this platform and financial aid to better myself for my pursuits in profession and for other educational purposes. I plan on making APIASF, along with my family, proud.

Mariel T.  on 9/29/2019 5:01:00 PM

Hello, I am Mariel. I am a 12th grader (class of 2020) at Temescal Canyon High School in Lake Elsinore, CA. Receiving this scholarship would not only pay for 2 years at my dream school but it will also help me chase my dreams of joining the FBI to join Behavioral Analysis. It would be a dream come true to provide justice to those who deserve it. Coming from a family with severe financial needs has put a strain on my decisions to go to college. I just wish to attend a four-year university and pursue my dream career.

Grace.K  on 9/9/2019 5:32:11 PM

Hi, I am an undergraduate law student studying at the university of the South Pacific, Solomon Islands campus. I am applying for this scholarship because my family is weak financially and they can't afford to pay for my tuition fees and course materials needed for my LLB program. I just want to set a record for myself and make my parents proud! Cheers

KYL ROSARIO JOLAMPONG, ARANTON  on 8/10/2019 8:48:36 AM

I'm hoping to become one of your scholarship interns for this year 2019. I need financial suppprt for my study in my high school journey. I took BSED in English, i already enrolled at onr of the university in the Philippines located at Capiz. I aiming for your support, my family is lack of financial assistance that's why i need scholarship.

catherine bulayo  on 6/15/2019 4:18:26 AM

i really need scholarship as well. life was so tough, i tried very hard to earn money so i can go back to school but still its impossible to go back to school without a scholarship plus i have noone to support me. looking forward for a positive reply. thank you

Bryan P.  on 6/6/2019 10:32:36 PM

I really want this scholarship, becuase I am completely out of financial support. I am taking up agricultural Engineering.

Michelle D.  on 5/31/2019 3:04:12 AM

Good day, I really appreciated you for giving us a chance to have a scholarship to fulfill our dreams. I’m Michelle from Philippines, currently 4th year B.S. Civil Engineering hoping to have a chance to be a part of your scholarship. I know there’s a lot of deserving student but I will do my best. It will be a big help for me to be graduate as a Civil Engineering in your country (United States). Thank you again

Michelle E  on 4/21/2019 10:21:16 PM

By applying to this scholarship,I am giving a huge opportunity. With it I could be able to distribute the scholarship towards my pursuing career.As a senior of class of 2019, my life is just now starting.To be able to receive such scholarship will be the starting point of it.This would help my parents and I for many ways.

Daryl D  on 1/30/2019 2:27:04 PM

I applied for this scholarship because I want to pursue poetry studies in college. I've always wanted to be a rapper since I was young. Right now, I am currently spreading my content on Soundcloud. Let's get that bread brothers and sisters.

Sumikchhya G  on 12/3/2018 11:42:59 AM

I am applying for this scholarship so I can continue my further education. I'm currently in my senior year(class of 2019) pursuing in the field of Health Science as Medical Assisting. If I get this scholarship I would use this scholarship to help pay for my college because, coming from low-income family it is tough decision , If I want to go to college or not because of financial difficulty. Also, I will be the first generation going college from my family. I believe that I can be qualified for this scholarship.

Ravija K  on 11/13/2018 11:24:44 PM

I am Ravija from Sri Lanka, I am unable to apply local medical university in Sri Lanka. According to the Ministry of Education and University of Grant Commission in Sri Lanka, Cambridge & edexcel syllabus not recognized in local medical universities. We have no private Medical Universities in Sri Lanka. I have passed my G.C.E. Ordinary Level Examination last year with Seven A Grade passes ( four A* and 3 A ). I have shown over and above intellectual power and in term tests and obtained more than 80 marks. I have shown that I am an All-Rounder, a responsible, motivated and confident student. My daily work is not only accurate, but also meticulously neat and of the utmost quality. I excel in all the subject areas and especially I received awards in curricular activities. Being given to understand that your Honour is offering Scholarships for needy and talents students, I write this short comment stating following facts for your kind consideration. I am very much thankful to you in advance for your kind consideration of my humble request.

Phung T  on 8/18/2018 4:11:21 PM

I'd love to enter this scholarship!

Anna Rose H  on 7/25/2018 7:46:41 PM

I am an early college student, and on my senior year of high school. I am a trying my best to apply right now to any school scholarships for me as much as possible. Being Filipino, there’s not much scholarships for me out me. I am hoping I get noticed and get this scholarship, so my parents don’t have to worry about money. It is sad that in today’s colleges/university’s cost so much. I wish everyone who’s applying for scholarships luck. God bless.

Aili B  on 2/25/2018 10:07:59 PM

I really want to apply for this scholarship!

Ann T.  on 1/2/2018 10:40:57 PM

I applied for this scholarship because as a first generation student of a low-income family, I would like to be able to go through college without stressing my parents out due to any financial obstacles that may appear. I know that they have a little money saved up for my education but I believe that they should save it more for their health as they get older. This scholarship would help my parents out a lot.

Olivia  on 1/2/2018 9:27:41 PM

I am grateful for the opportunity to apply for these scholarships. The tuition, room, board and other fees associated with college are a bit overwhelming to say the least. My family and I would be extremely grateful for any help we can get to help pay some of these expenses. Thank you in advance for your consideration.

Mebin J  on 3/22/2016 1:06:05 PM

I want to apply for this scholarship

Allen G  on 1/7/2016 4:06:53 PM

I would love to apply for this scholarship!

sameer s  on 8/8/2015 10:30:26 AM

I'm 20 year old student from India doing diploma in mechanical engineering.. Its my final year here..and after this I want to join aeronautical engineering college for I need alot of money I want my village to be developed it'd be a great hand

Johanan P  on 7/7/2015 10:34:59 AM

apparently since one of the requirement is to be a citizen of the United states, which i am not, so it means that i cannot apply for it.

Yingxin L  on 12/18/2014 1:15:57 AM

I am 37 years old as a supporter in a big family.It is scholarship.com that helps me come true my doctor deam seems impossible!I appreciated your kindness and consideration.May God bless more persons who want help~~

Sharon L  on 8/19/2014 10:00:27 PM

I'm thankful to have the opportunity to apply for this scholarship! Thank you for giving kids and adults help on financial aid and financial help.

Andrew D  on 7/31/2013 2:35:43 PM

Blessed to have the opportunity for a chance to win this scholarship. Living with a single mother raising 2 children this will help contribute financial support for my mother and me with college

Pamela H  on 10/25/2012 8:41:52 AM

Applying and hopefully getting this scholarship.

Keiichi M  on 1/2/2012 8:27:27 PM

I would love to apply for this scholarship!

Dalena T  on 12/5/2011 11:01:36 PM

I applied for this scholarship, because i am a student first generation that will go to college in my family. Being the oldest of 3, I have always supported my family. I participate in many clubs and activities around school. If I get this scholarship, it would be very helpful for me to pay for my study materials.

Andre N  on 12/1/2011 9:13:53 AM

I am applying for this scholarship because i am a well rounded student who participate in clubs,community, and sports. This scholarship money would really help me pay for my books and fees

Andre N  on 12/1/2011 9:02:09 AM

I am applying for this scholarship because i am a well rounded student who participate in clubs,community, and sports. This scholarship will help me pay for my books and fees.

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