US JCI SENATE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
2015-16 Scholarship Application Form (Word Format) <<<------ Application Form
Each year, the U.S. Junior Chamber International (JCI) Senate Foundation grants $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors who plan to continue their education at accredited post-secondary colleges, universities or vocational schools. The number of grants awarded annually is at the discretion of the Foundation and must be used for educational expenses in the first year of full-time study. Checks awarded will be made out in the name of the recipient and the educational institution of the recipient’s choice.
Applications must come from high school students from States that have a US JCI Senate program (see link below "State Contact Information") and are U.S. Citizens graduating from U.S. accredited schools. This may include state approved home school and state approved GED programs, cyber schools, and overseas U.S. approved schools.
The Foundation is a fully qualified, IRS approved 501©(3) foundation. Our IRS tax ID Number is 38-2680101. All contributions to the Foundation are deductible for federal income and estate tax purposes.
From September to November of each year, each JCI Senate state organization (or foundation) distributes to schools and boards of education throughout their state the necessary application forms for determination of the recipients of scholarship grants. The deadline for return of the completed application forms to MOST state chairperson is January 15, 2016.
For address to send your application, see the file link above "2015-16 State Contact Information". Use the first name and address listed under your state.
State Contact Information <<----- File Link for state information
A panel of judge’s reviews each application received in each state and the two top ranked applications per state are forwarded to the U.S. JCI Senate Foundation. An outside, independent panel of educators reviews the applications submitted from the states and the winners of the scholarship grants are selected by that panel.
No limit is set on the number of grant applications that can be submitted by students attending any given secondary educational institution. Although applications are judged at the state level first, eligibility is based on a student’s state of residence rather than the location of the college, university, or vocational school the student plans to attend.
Through 2014, the U.S. JCI Senate Foundation has awarded 300 grants totaling $315,000
The U.S. JCI Senate Foundation is proud of all of its award recipients and, with the continued support of JCI Senators in the United States and around the world, we look forward to making an even larger number of scholarships available.
U.S. JCI Senate Foundation
2015 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
AMANDA NGUYEN – Arizona
CHANDLER BROWN – California
AUSTIN BARGMANN – Colorado (Hal Krekorian Memorial Scholarship)
KRISTYN FUDGE - Colorado
CHRISTIANA OSHOTSE - Georgia
KRISTIN KASCHMITTER - Idaho
LURA MORTON – Idaho (Marilyn Krekorian-Cooper Memorial Scholarship)
BRITTANY GEHLSAUSEN - Indiana
MEGAN HOOPER - Maine
SARRA BRIDGES – Maine – (Suzie Irvine Memorial Scholarship)
JULIANA IVELYZ PENA – Massachusetts – (Donnie Yandle Memorial Scholarship)
EMILY STARCYK – Michigan – (Russ & Marilyn Cooper Scholarship)
STEPHANIE MADZEY – Minnesota – (Kenneth James Memorial Scholarship)
SARAH SMITH - Nebraska
ALEX CUMMING – Nebraska (Ron E. Robinson Memorial Scholarship)
EMILY GRONE – New Hampshire
KATHRYN KUSION – New Jersey (Michigan JCI Senate Scholarship)
BLAIR ROEMMICH – North Dakota
AUSTIN JAMES STOTTLEMYRE – Oklahoma (Pat Robinson Memorial Scholarship)
SARAH M. MAY – West Virginia
ALEXANDER SUPPINGER – Indiana