Gamma Nu Chapter – ANNOUNCEMENT
Due February 24, 2017 (Received by Date)
This scholarship requires a completed application. Download a MS Word or PDF application here.
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: $1,000.00
Completed Application Packet must include the following:
- Scholarship Application Form
- Verification of grades or last report card showing GPA (copy)
- Awards, special achievements
- Two 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
PO Box 320463
San Francisco CA 94132-0463
The scholarship recipients must provide proof of enrollment before funds are allocated.
For questions or additional information, please contact Joanne Early, Scholarship Chairperson at email@example.com or (510) 710-2418.
Website – www.iotasf.org
One of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.’s National Programs is American Educational Week. We also provide annual scholarships to deserving, graduating high school seniors during our Business Month activities and we have a chapter scholarship in honor of our late-Soror Helen M. Johnson (who served in the National Office of Far Western Region Director for Iota Phi Lambda Sorority) and her husband John Q. Johnson. The Johnson Scholarship is funded by the Johnson family.
In addition to our commitment to educational achievement, we often receive other educational opportunities.
Below are opportunities that have been shared with our members and will be an enhancement to you –or your child’s or grandchild’s– educational endeavors.
Please be sure to check directly with the sponsoring organization or college.