Established by Honorary State Regent Beth Bugbee in 1998, this scholarship is awarded each year to a deserving Native American student approved by Arizona State University (ASU), taking college courses associated with ASU's sponsorship of the program "Project WIN" to help Native American school districts grow their own teachers. The recipient is chosen by the school. Please Contact the State Chairman, American Indians Committee, for more information.
ASDAR STAR STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP FUND
The objective of this scholarship fund, established by Honorary State Regent Beth Bugbee in 2000, is to assist Arizona DAR women gain specific educational training to enter or re-enter the job market to become self-supporting and to attain their higher educational goals.
REQUIREMENTS & HOW TO APPLY: Applicants must be a member of ASDAR and live in Arizona. To apply, submit both the national application and financial aid form with a letter explaining your future goals and the training you will pursue. Deadline for applying is February 1 each year. Please contact the State Chairman, DAR Scholarship Committee for more information.
GODBER-HINRICHS AMERICAN HISTORY SCHOLARSHIP
Presented to the state winner of the National American History Scholarship contest. Please see the American History Scholarship on the national web site for more information.
KATHERINE H. DILLEY SCHOLARSHIP FUND
This scholarship fund is for students pursuing a career in Physical or Occupational Therapy from an accredited school. It is available to high school seniors or current college students already pursuing a degree in these fields. It is a one-time, one-year award. Students may apply every year that they are pursuing the qualifying major/minor degrees. There will be no bias or preferential consideration to previous winners. Payments are made directly to the educational institution for tuition, fees, supplies, books, or other items essential to the pursuit of such educational endeavors. Scholarship winners must provide documentation of their enrollment into an accredited school and the name and address of the school's financial aid director for the money to be disbursed.
HOW TO APPLY: Submit the financial aid form and a letter of application directly to the StateChairman, DAR Scholarship Committee of the Arizona State Society Daughters of the American Revolution explaining your interests, goals, and extracurricular activities. Also explain how you would like to use the scholarship money and why you are pursuing this particular major/minor. Submit an official high school or college transcript and two letters of recommendation from adults who know you. One should be from a teacher at your high school or college. The transcripts need to reflect your high school or college overall G.P.A. The monetary value of this award varies each year based on donations from state society members. DEADLINE: February 1.
MARY ANN TALLMAN SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT
The scholarship will be awarded to a graduating Arizona High School senior preparing to enter an institution of higher learning to major or minor in American History.
HOW TO APPLY: Submit the national scholarship application and financial eligibility forms. Include a letter of application to the State Chairman, DAR Scholarship Committee of the Arizona Society Daughters of the American Revolution telling of your leadership experiences, evidence of patriotism, and plans for the future. Submit an official school transcript and two letters of recommendation from adults who know you. One of the letters must be from a teacher or principal. Do NOT submit a personal photograph. This scholarship is awarded without regard to race, religion, sex, or national origin. Deadline is February 1 of the applicant's senior year.
Many scholarships are available at the national level through the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. Applicants for all national scholarships must adhere to the criteria posted on the national web site. Please view the national scholarships offered at our NSDAR website.
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