Iowa-Zita Humbert Memorial Scholarship
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|Provided by:||Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa|
|The Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa provides an opportunity each year for students to apply for scholarships based on need, interest, merit and other qualifications. General Scholarship Submission Requirements: •Submit a completed application form and the page that lists the scholarships for which you are applying. •Submit a transcript of your academic record. •Submit a one-page, typewritten statement that addresses the following: •What are your post-secondary educational goals and how do you hope to achieve them while attending college? •What are your long-term or career goals/plans, how do you intend to achieve them, and why did you choose these goals/plans? •What personal characteristics or experiences qualify you to receive a scholarship? •Submit one letter of reference emphasizing leadership qualities. A letter from a teacher, principal, counselor, church leader, community leader, or employer will be considered. •Submit all materials to the Community Foundation at this address: 425 Cedar St., Suite 310 PO Box 1176 Waterloo, IA 50704 •Completed applications should be approximately 5-7 pages or less. Please go to website for all the information on each scholarship and the application forms.|
|Zita Humbert Memorial Scholarship Priority will be given to individuals with a grade point average of 2.5 or above, and to women who are currently studying journalism or related studies or who plan to pursue a degree in that field. Students must plan to enroll full-time at an accredited college/university. ** YOUR ESSAY MUST ADDRESS THE FOLLOWING IN ADDITION TO THE GENERAL ESSAY REQUIREMENTS: Explain your concept of civic engagement and responsibility and how you plan to live this vision|