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Scholarship Fund Information

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    Posted on: January 15th, 2017

    For any CLEAA members who are interested in learning more about the Scholarship Fund:

    2017 CLEAA SCHOLARSHIP

    You are eligible to apply and be considered for an award from the CLEAA Scholarship if you are currently a son, daughter (or under the legal guardianship)(natural, adopted or step child) or grandchild of:

    1. A law enforcement member who is employed full-time and is a member of CLEAA in good standing. Association membership must be current in order to receive or continue to receive scholarship funds.
    2. A deceased CLEAA member who was employed full-time and was a member of CLEAA at the time of death.
    3. A CLEAA member who was employed full-time and became disabled and was a member of CLEAA at the time of disability.

    All decisions of the 100 Club Scholarship Committee regarding eligibility for the CLEAA Scholarship Fund are final. Three scholarship awards of $5,000.00 will be granted to an eligible student who satisfies the selection criteria. Applicants must be high school seniors preparing to enter their freshman year in college in the Fall of 2017 or continuing undergraduate students at the time of application or students who have previously graduated from high school and are entering college or a trade school in the fall of 2017 as their first semester. Students must be enrolled full-time. This scholarship is not intended for high school students enrolled in dual credit college/high school classes. Funds may only be applied to undergraduate degree programs in community colleges or four-year colleges or universities in or out of the state of Arizona as well as post secondary trade schools. Applicants must be citizens of the United States.

    Scholarship Selection Criteria

    In addition to the aforementioned eligibility requirements, selection will be based upon the following criteria established by the 100 Club:

    A student may not receive more than one 100 Club scholarship award during any school year. The students (or their designee) receiving the scholarship awards in 2017 should prepare to attend the award presentation ceremony. The student will sign a scholarship contract with requirements of full-time enrollment, GPA of 2.5, transcript submission and agreement to abide by the code of conduct at the educational or vocational institution and agreement to conduct their personal life so as not to discredit the 100 Club of Arizona. Volunteer hours are required for scholarship winners – to be further explained.

    • Please visit the 100 Club website for additional information in January 2017.

    For any AZPOA member who is interested in learning more about the AZPOA Scholarship Fund:

    2017 AZPOA SCHOLARSHIP FUND INFORMATION

    You are eligible to apply and be considered for an award from the AZPOA Scholarship Fund if you are currently a son, daughter or grandchild (or under the legal guardianship) of:

    1. A probation staff member who is employed full-time and is a member of AZPOA in good standing. Association membership must be current in order to receive or continue to receive scholarship funds.
    2. A deceased probation staff member who was employed full-time and was a member of AZPOA at the time of death.
    3. A retired probation staff member who was employed full-time and remains an active member of AZPOA in good standing.
    4. A probation staff member who was employed full-time and became disabled as a result of a line-of-duty incident and was a member of AZPOA.

    All decisions of the 100 Club Scholarship Committee regarding eligibility for the AZPOA Scholarship Fund are final. Two scholarship awards of $5,000.00 each will be granted to eligible students who satisfy the selection criteria. Applicants must be high school seniors preparing to enter their freshman year in college or trade school in the Fall of 2017 or continuing undergraduate students at the time of application or students who have previously graduated from high school and are entering college or a trade school in Fall 2017 as their first semester. Students must be enrolled full-time. This scholarship is not intended for high school students enrolled in dual credit college/high school classes. Funds may only be applied to undergraduate degree programs in community colleges or four-year colleges or universities in or out of the state of Arizona as well as post secondary trade schools. Applicants must be citizens of the United States.

    Scholarship Selection Criteria

    In addition to the aforementioned eligibility requirements, selection will be based upon the following criteria established by the 100 Club:

    A student may not receive more than one 100 Scholarship Award during any school year. The students (or their designee) receiving the scholarship awards in 2016 should prepare to attend the award presentation ceremony. The student will sign a scholarship contract with requirements of full-time enrollment, GPA of 2.5, transcript submission and agreement to abide by the code of conduct at the educational or vocational institution and agreement to conduct their personal life so as not to discredit the 100 Club of Arizona. Volunteer hours are required for scholarship winners – to be further explained.

    • Please visit the 100 Club website for additional information in January 2017.