Graduating high school seniors from Arizona and the Colorado Springs area (El Paso and Teller Counties) are eligible to apply.
To be considered for a 2020 scholarship, you must complete the following form. The deadline is Feb 4, 2020. Winners will be notified by mid-March.
Read through these instructions before you begin. There is limited ability to save and complete later, however we recommend that you try to complete the application in one session.
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You must attach a 750 word essay.
Your essay is an extremely important part of your application package. You (as the applicant) must be the sole author of the essay. It should describe a specific example or examples of your service to others. Be sure you address:
The essay must be no more than 750 words, double-spaced, and must be in MS Word (.doc) or Adobe (.pdf) format.
You may provide a short video of yourself, maximum 3 minutes, where you summarize your service to others and the impact it has had on you. You may also explain why you need financial assistance for school. The video should not be professionally produced; just you and your phone is fine.
You must have a reference. A teacher, counselor, faith leader or other individual who has personal knowledge or experience with your community service may provide the reference.The individual providing the reference must complete the online reference form available here. The reference must be completed by the submission deadline. Click here for the applicant reference form and instructions.
By submitting your application, you certify the following:
Kimberly graduated from ASU last May, summa cum laude, with a degree in Biochemistry and a Secondary Education certificate.
She is student teaching at a high school in Scottsdale and says, “I am loving every minute of it.” She has not yet decided what she will be doing next year; she has been accepted to three graduate programs for Environmental Science and Policy. Kimberly is also considering teaching and has applied for teaching positions for high school chemistry.
Alisa's Angels scholarships are awarded to graduating high school seniors from Arizona and the Colorado Springs, Colorado area. Read more about our Colorado Springs eligibility here.
Alisa’s Angels scholarship recipients are working and attending school throughout the nation, from Washington state to Washington DC, Maine to Michigan, Oregon to Orlando.