About the Scholarship

The Scholarship is started in the year 2011, to support the students residing in Santa Clara County who are planning to attend a four-year California public university full-time and are committed to finding the most challenging problems and improving the quality of life within the Silicon Valley. The scholarship was created in recognition of the game-changing nature of higher education and to recognize and encourage the students who demonstrate academic excellence, financial need and leadership qualities in school and community activities.


How to Apply for Scholarship?

  • The scholarship applications are available online at the official website. All applicants must complete this online application before sending the official documents.

  • In addition to that, an applicant should complete the FAFSA form to determine the financial position and need. After the completion of the FAFSA form, the students will get the SAR details. By this, the student will be assisted financially.

  • An applicant must provide a letter of recommendation from faculty members.

  • In addition to that, a student must provide an official high school transcript where he/she has studied.

  • Also, an applicant should give a signed and dated personal essay which must contain 500 to 850 words.


Award Amount and Deadline:

The Organization is funding $1500 per year to two qualified students. The award is non-renewable.

The Scholarship Deadline is fixed on 16th April 2019. All qualified applicants must submit their online application as well as documents before the given deadline.


Eligibility Criteria

  • A student should demonstrate superior academic achievement, financial need, and a commitment to community service.

  • A recipient must be a current graduating senior or graduate of a public or private high school in Santa Clara County.

  • A student must be currently enrolled or planning to enroll on a full-time basis at a four-year California public college (Cal State) or university (UC)

  • A student should have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale