April Moore Memorial Scholarship 2020
Chapa-De Indian Health Auburn Grass Valley | Medical Clinic
The April Moore Memorial Scholarship is now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year! The annual scholarship was established in 2016. Chapa-De Indian Health offers the scholarship in honor of long-time Board President April Moore.
April Moore served on the Board of Directors of Chapa-De Indian Health for 26 years. She served as Board President for several of those years. April dedicated her life to advancing American Indian people. She worked to ensure that Chapa-De offered high-quality healthcare to native and low-income community members.
The April Moore Memorial Scholarship awards $1,000 to a local American Indian student currently attending, or planning to attend college or a technical, trade or vocational school.
This scholarship is open to students in or from:
- Placer County
- Nevada County
- Sierra County
- Sacramento County
- El Dorado County
The Chapa-De Board of Directors selects a new recipient each spring. Applicants are encouraged to re-apply for each year they meet the qualifications.
To qualify, applicants must;
- Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
- Be American Indian/Alaskan Native; for the purpose of this scholarship this is defined as being eligible for services at Indian Health Service (IHS) Clinics
- Plan to pursue vocational training or a college degree
- Have attended school in Placer, Nevada, Sierra, Sacramento or El Dorado Counties
- Submit all required application materials by February 28th
Application Submission Requirements
- April Moore Memorial Scholarship Application Form
- Two letters of recommendation
- Official school transcript(s) – High School and Post-Secondary if applicable
- Proof of AI/AN heritage
Selection Process & Award Requirements
- Chapa-De’s Board of Directors will select at least one winning applicant each year
- Selected scholarship recipient(s) will be notified in May
- Proof of school enrollment must be submitted before receiving the scholarship funds
- An alternate scholar will be chosen if the original scholarship recipient is unable to fulfill the scholarship conditions
View the scholarship application HERE.
For additional information, or questions, please contact:
Aimee Sagan, Development & Communication Coordinator
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