- Be a current student at an accredited US community college or 2-year institution with sophomore status or a recent graduate (within the last 5 years)
- Have a cumulative unweighted college GPA of 3.5 or above
- Plan to transfer to a 4-year college or university to begin studies in the coming fall
- Demonstrate significant unmet financial need
Jack Kent Cooke Scholars come from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds and from rural suburban, and urban communities. Many Scholars are the first in their families to pursue higher education.
The A.W. Bodine-Sunkist Memorial scholarship was established in memory of Arthur W. Bodine, a distinguished director of Sunkist Growers and a respected agricultural leader, to provide funds for undergraduate students from agricultural backgrounds who are in need of financial assistance to further their educations. Scholarships are available to students entering any undergraduate grade level who are enrolled in pr have applications pending at an accredited college and plan to pursue a course of study leading to a degree.
- A background in CA or AZ agriculture - the student, or someone in the student's immediate family must have derived the majority of their income from agriculture.
- Financial need.
- GPA and extracurricular activities indicative of potential for success.
- Completed application
- Personal and financial information- including the most recent tax return
- A written essay discussing personal and agricultural background
- Transcripts of grades and college board test scores
- Two references from teachers, school administrators, employers or community organizers.
Hartnell STEM Scholarship - Amount: Up to $6,000, Deadline: December 19, 2014
- Major in one of the following STEM degrees: Biology, Chemistry, Computer and Information Science, Earth Science, Engineering, Mathematics or Physics
- Maintain a minimum GPA of 3.00
- Eligible to enroll in MATH 24: Trigonometry or MATH 25: Precalculus
- Demonstrate financial need based on FAFSA
- Enroll full-time (minimum 12 units) at Hartnell College in a degree program
- Be a US citizen, refugee, or permanent resident
This program is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation