The GSUSA Gold Award Scholarship is earned by a Girl Scout who completed a Gold Award project that demonstrated extraordinary leadership, measurable and sustainable impact, and addressed an issue of national and/or global significance.
Additionally, all scholarship recipients will be added to a GSUSA database where they may be asked to serve as representatives for Girl Scouts through public relations, web/social, speaking engagements, or other related opportunities.
WHEN: The application period is March 15 – April 17, 2024.
Gold Award Girl Scouts who are high school seniors or recent high school graduates can apply for the 2024 program. Specifically:
Notes on eligibility:
How to apply for the Gold Award Scholarship:
Apply between March 15–April 17, 2024. All applicants will receive status updates in June 2024.
In addition to providing demographic information, a headshot with photo release, and confirmation of Gold Award status, each applicant will answer four essay questions in 500 words or fewer per question about their Gold Award:
Find more information on the GSUSA website.
Since 1989, Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida, Inc. Board of Directors has awarded college scholarships to graduating high school senior Girl Scouts! Girl Scouting offers opportunities for girls to excel in skills, leadership, and citizenship. The Board of Directors established the college scholarship fund to recognize young women of these achievements and their academic successes, as well as to encourage them to continue their education.
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Scholarship recipients will be honored at the Young Women of Distinction celebration on Sunday, May 19, 2024. For assistance, contact Marie Graziosi at firstname.lastname@example.org or 941-921-5358 ext. 338 or 800-232-4475. The application period closes February 28, 2024.
Beginning today, seniors in the Class of 2024 will have an opportunity to apply for scholarships at The Community Foundation. Scholarships range from $500 to $5,000 and are available to students planning to pursue postsecondary education in the fall of 2024.
In 2023, over $100,000 was awarded to students to attend 2-and 4-year colleges, and internships across the country.
How to Get Started: Students, parents and educators can learn more about each scholarship and their criteria and eligibility to apply by visiting The Community Foundation website - Scholarships | The Community Foundation (capecoralcf.org).
If eligible, applicants will need to register and create an account in the online scholarship portal, which can be found here in order to complete an application.
The deadline to complete the application is March 31st at 11:45pm. The Community Foundation will announce the Class of 2024 winners by early May.
Starting Now: Visit The Community Foundation website to learn more about each scholarship and the eligibility to apply.
For more information, please contact Tiffany McQueen Lewis, Scholarship Administrator, at email@example.com or 312-848-5744.