Davillier-Sloan Breaking the Cycle Scholarship for Project Rebound

HEALTH AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

  • Awarding Department: Sociology
  • Scholarship Intent: The scholarship will be for undergraduate or graduate students who are currently enrolled in Project Rebound who are or plan to take a leadership role in assisting the African-American or Afro-Caribbean Communities.
  • Criteria: Applicants must provide documentation of both Project Rebound enrollment and academic standing. Submit a one to two page statement of financial need and current or planned activities to take a leadership role in assisting the African-American or Afro-Caribbean Communities, especially disadvantaged individuals in those communities. Signed statement that you are prepared to assist the African-American or Afro-Caribbean Communities for up to a year after receiving the scholarship. Follow-up proof of service to these under-served communities will be reviewed by the director of Project Rebound and a designee from the Sociology Department.
  • Major: Any
  • Class Level: Undergrad: Any, Grad: Any
  • Enrollment Status: Any
  • Enrollment Requirement: Undergrad: HALF-TIME; Grad: HALF-TIME
  • Financial Need: Not a Requirement
  • Citizenship: Any
  • GPA: HS GPA: N/A; Undergrad GPA: N/A; Grad GPA: N/A
  • Contact Person: Sociology Department
  • Campus Address: HSS 370
  • Street Address: 1600 Holloway Ave., San Francisco, California 94132
  • Phone Number: (415) 338-1466
  • Email: sociol@sfsu.edu
  • Web page: http://sociology.sfsu.edu/awards/
  • Number of Awards: 2

Award
$1,000.00
Scopes
Sociology
Deadline
04/15/2016
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please upload your current transcript.
  2. Documentation of Project Rebound Enrollment
  3. 3. A one- to two-page statement of financial need and current or planned activities to take a leadership role in assisting the African-American or Afro-Caribbean Communities, especially disadvantaged individuals in those communities
  4. Signed statement that you are prepared to assist the African-American or Afro-Caribbean Communities for up to a year after receiving the scholarship. Follow-up proof of service to these under-served communities will be reviewed by the director of Project Rebound and a designee from the Sociology Department.