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Adult Students In Scholastic Transition Scholarship (EWI of Los Angeles)

  • Website Address
  • http://www.executivewomenla.org
  • Contact
  • Cindy dela Cruz
  • Address
  • 777 S. Figueroa St.
  • 22nd Floor
  • Los Angeles, CA 90017
  • Email Address
  • ewi.la.asist@gmail.com
  • Application Deadline
  • April 15, 2016
  • Number Of Awards
  • See Description
  • Maximum Amount
  • See Description
  • Scholarship Description
  • The Adult Students in Scholastic Transition (ASIST) Scholarship is a non-discriminatory, educational scholarship program for the benefit of non-traditional students. These include persons who are past high school age and who are entering a college, university or trade schools and/or the workforce for the first time, non-traditional students already enrolled in a college/university or trade program, are re-training due to changes in the workplace, or who otherwise are not the traditional college or trade school student, recently finished with high school.

    The ASIST Scholarship Program helps provide financial support to adult students in a variety of transitional situations. The goal of the ASIST Program is to enable recipients to improve their self-esteem and to have a positive impact on the recipient's personal life, employment, family and community. In addition, the Chapter ASIST, there are 12 corporate awards (payable in USD) given annually. Corporate candidates are selected from Chapter winners.

    Awards are provided for the recipients' education and related expenses to them in obtaining the necessary educational skills to help achieve career goals and objectives. Related expenses include tuition, books and mandatory fees from schools (such as lab fees), and child care. Not included are such things as rent, utility payments, travel expense, or repayment of student loans. Checks for Chapter and Corporate scholarship awards are years from date granted. Unclaimed awards will be returned to the Chapter or Corporate B/C/DT accounts for redistribution.

    Selection criteria includes, but is not limited, to the following:
    - Financial need
    - Socially, physically and economically challenged adults
    - Responsible for small children

    Applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements:
    - Clearly define career goals and objectives
    - Specify the educational requirements to attain the above goals and objectives
    - Utilize re-entry programs available through colleges/universities, community agencies and service groups or career professionals
    - 18 years of age or older
    - Applicant must reside within the boundaries of an EWI Chapter

    For more information, please visit our website.

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