Scholarships for American Indians

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Tribes and Nations  - Misc. and Other Minorities

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 LEON C. HART MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Gravure Association of America

Attn: Gravure Education Foundation

1200-A Scottsville Road

Rochester, NY 14624

(585) 436-2150                                         Fax: (585) 436-7689

E-mail: bcarlson@gaa.org

Web: www.gaa.org/GEF/gef-scholarship.html

Purpose - To provide financial assistance to college students, especially those from diverse ethnic backgrounds, who are interested in a career in printing.

Eligibility - This program is open to students who are enrolled full time in a field related to printing at a designated Gravure Resource Center supported by the Gavure Education Foundation (GEF) of the Gravure Association of Amerca. Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Along with their application, they must submit a 300-word essay on "How Involvement in my Community/School Has Made a Differnce." Selection is based on the essay, financial need, transcripts, and either extracurricular involvement inschool activities or commnity involvement. Preference is given to students of diverse ethnic backgrounds and to students who show an interst in printing education as a career path.

Financial data - A stipend is awarded (amount not specified). Child care assistance is also provided.

Duration- 1 year.

Additional information- This program was established in 2003 by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education and is administered by Maui Community College.

Number awarded - Varies each year.

Deadline - Deadlines are in May, August, November, and February.