About the Scholarship

Imagine America scholarship was sponsored by the Imagine America Foundation (IAF) in the year 1998, the foundation is a career education award that is available to recent high school graduates who are pursuing postsecondary education at participating career colleges across the United States. The Foundation is a non-profit organization intended to advancing career education in America by providing scholarship programs, increasing the public awareness of the vital role of career colleges, conducting research, and honoring the achievements of professionals and students involved in career education. Students must demonstrate financial need to be considered for this award.

How to Apply for Scholarship?

  • Applications are available online on the Imagine America Foundation (IAF) website. The application must be submitted online on the IAF website.

  • Before applying, the student must choose an IAF-registered career college that he/she is interested in attending. After selecting a college, the student must click on the hyperlinked college name to begin the scholarship application process. 

  • After submission of the application, the student's guidance counselor will electronically receive a copy to review and approve.

  • Each high school may select up to three students for IAF scholarships. After guidance counselor approval, the application will be sent to the student's selected career college for approval. 

Award Amount and Deadline:

The scholarship award amounts to $1000 available to many applicants per academic year.

The deadline date for this scholarship is on 31st December 2019. Hence all applicants must submit the official transcripts on or before the given deadline date.

Eligibility Criteria

  • An applicant must attend a high school in the United States.

  • A recipient must be part of the high school graduating class of 2017.

  • A student must have a high school grade point average of 2.5 or higher.

  • A candidate must have demonstrated voluntary community service during his/her senior year.

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