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Gamma Nu Chapter

Over 50 years of serving the San Francisco Bay Area!

 

Announcement

Due March 16, 2015 (Must be Received by Date)

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Iota Phi Lambda Sorority Gamma Nu Chapter, San Francisco, awards annual scholarships for scholastic achievement to African American female graduating high school seniors wishing to pursue a college degree at an accredited college or university in a business related field. Judging criteria will include academic performance/achievement, career aspirations, demonstrated leadership, and financial need.

Scholarship Award: $1000.00

Completed Application Packet must include the following:

• Scholarship Application Form
• Verification of grades or last report card showing GPA (copy)
• Awards, special achievements
• Three letters of recommendation (may be school, church, community organization)
• Essay should address the three areas shown on the application: plans after high school, activities and involvement in the community, talents, abilities and accomplishments.

Submit Completed Applications To:
Iota Phi Lambda – Gamma Nu Chapter
Scholarship Committee
PO Box 320463
San Francisco CA 94132-0463

 

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