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2014 Scholarship Application Process

 

The application period for the 2014 IAPD Scholarship is closed. Applications must be submitted electronically and include the following documents:

  • A current unofficial transcript may be sent for use during the review process. Scholarship recipients will be required to mail a sealed, official transcript. If you will be a sophomore in college, please send both high school and college transcripts. If you are unable to obtain your high school transcript, please check the appropriate box where indicated on the signature addendum page.
  • A letter of recommendation from a principal or dean, department head, or instructor from your school.
  • The signature addendum page of this application, signed by both student and a parent or guardian.


All applications, transcripts, letters of recommendation and the original completed signature addendum page must be received electronically to be considered. Please email all supporting materials to Jean McClure.

Incomplete or late applications will not be considered. Information submitted will be maintained in confidence and used solely for purposes of analyzing the 2014 scholarship application.

Selections are made by a Scholarship Committee of four individuals who carefully review all applications. Students are ranked based on academic achievement, extracurricular activities and financial need.

Winners will be notified by mail on or before June 6, 2014. A check will be mailed to the first choice school you indicated by July 11, 2014. If your school plans change prior to July 11, please promptly notify IAPD with new information. Prior to fund distribution, winners will be contacted to verify personal information, including their social security number, and to obtain a recent photograph (digital or print only; cell phone photographs cannot be accepted).
 
All applications must be submitted online. The additional supporting documents must be in English to be accepted.