The Community Foundation of the Verdugos Scholarships

The Community Foundation’s scholarships are created by individuals and organizations to assist students who are pursuing a higher education. Scholarship monies are charitable grants which you do not need to pay back. Each scholarship has a specific eligibility criteria that is defined by the donor when the fund is created — check to see which awards you’re eligible for by reading that scholarship’s guidelines. The Foundation mails all scholarship awards to the student’s school and mails a copy of the letter to the student. To receive a scholarship check, the student will need to provide the Foundation with a completed Enrollment Verification Form, which is included with the award letter. Awards are based on individual parameters and the decision of the Scholarship Committee is final. For more information about the different scholarship opportunities, visit the foundation website.

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