To be considered for a 2019 scholarship, you must complete the following form.
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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.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.
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Renee is a PhD candidate at the University of Michigan, studying Cell and Developmental Biology and Bioinformatics.
Diagnosed as a young girl with juvenile diabetes, she focused on helping other children adjust to life-changing illnesses.
Her experience has inspired her studies, and she is now deciding where to focus her graduate work, looking at options such as researching methods to help repair adult muscles, or improved diabetes treatment.
Renee is excited for the opportunities ahead, “I am not sure which project I will spend the next five years working on, but I know any of them will be exciting and will make a big difference for many people in this world.”
Graduating high school seniors from across Arizona are eligible for the scholarships.
In 2019, high school seniors from the Colorado Springs, Colorado area are also eligible.
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.