SAN FRANCISCO — The Japanese American Citizens League announces its National Scholarship and Awards Program for the 2018 academic year.
The JACL annually offers approximately 30 college scholarships for students who are incoming college freshmen, undergraduates and graduates, and those specializing in law and the creative/performing arts. There are also student aid scholarships for those in need of financial assistance in this era of rising tuition costs.
Scholarship Program information, instructions and applications can be found on the JACL website, www.jacl.org.
Freshman applications must be submitted directly by the applicant to his/her local JACL chapter, with a postmark no later than March 1, 2018. Freshman applicants may obtain the mailing address of their chapter by contacting Membership Assistant Tomiko Ismail at email@example.com or by calling the Membership Department at (415) 921-5225, ext. 26.
Chapters will then have one month to evaluate their freshman applications and are to forward only the most outstanding ones to the National JACL Freshman Scholarship Committee, c/o JACL Northern California-Western Nevada-Pacific District, 3566 Barley Ct., San Jose, CA 95127, postmarked no later than April 2, 2018.
Applications for the other scholarship categories (undergraduate, graduate, law, creative/performing arts, and student aid) are to be sent directly by the applicant to the National JACL Scholarship Committee, c/o Central California District Council, with a postmark no later than April 2, 2018. The mailing address for this committee can be found on the application itself.
All those applying to the National JACL Scholarship Program must be student members or individual members of the JACL.
For more information, contact NCWNP Regional Director Patty Wada at firstname.lastname@example.org or National JACL Vice President for Planning and Development Matthew Farrells at email@example.com.