San Jose Buddhist Church Betsuin Scholarships

The following scholarships are offered to San Jose Betsuin graduating seniors whose families are current members of the San Jose Betsuin for a minimum of one year:


* San Jose Buddhist Church Betsuin Scholarship
* Ray and Lucy Matsumoto Scholarship
* James Takeo Hashimoto Memorial Scholarship
* San Jose Buddhist Church Adult Buddhist Association (ABA) Scholarship
* Masato and Chieno Kumada Memorial Scholarship
* Ben and Kimie Sanematsu Memorial Scholarship
* Sadao Sakai Memorial Scholarship

Applicants will be asked to provide their academic achievements, church/school activities, and any relevant service and work experience.

For an application, visit http://www.sjbetsuin.com/JrYBA/Scholarships

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