The 2019 Scholarship Applications are closed. The 2020 Application will be available August 2019. As you prepare to apply, here are some things to consider:
You must attach a 750 word essay and your unofficial transcript through the 7th semester.
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.
In order for your application to be considered you must also 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.
Mathew Kaplan 2015 Graduating from Duke in December with a degree in in Positive Psychology. Passionate about education equity and antibullying work, he founded The Be ONE Project, that focuses on community-building and anti-bullying efforts for middle school students. After graduation he will return to Arizona with a position with Teach for America. He will be teaching middle school. “I'm very excited to be able to continue to serve in this way.” As a part of the program, he will pursue a Masters degree at Arizona State University. Matthew says, “I am grateful for the Alisa's Angels Foundation!”
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 expansion 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.