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Humanists Scholarship Application 2021 -22
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Humanists of North Central Florida

2021-22 Student Scholarship Application: Award of up to $1,200

To qualify a student must be committed to pursuing formal education beyond high school.

The application must be received by midnight June 30, 2021. Mail or email completed application to:  Scholarship Committee, 8878 SW 86th Loop, Ocala, FL 34481-9800,
OR e-mail to:
 humanistsncfl@gmail.com

Full name:_____________________________________________________________________

Mailing Address:________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________   Zip Code:_____________________

Phone:________________________________________________________________________

Email:_________________________________________________________________________

Full name of school in which you are currently enrolled or from which you graduated.

______________________________________________________________________________

Are you a full-time student?       Yes              No

Please be specific and thorough in answering the following scholarship questions.

Maximum 500 words  or about 2 pages per answer.

A. Tell us about yourself: What are your educational, career and life goals?

B. Who and/or what influenced you in deciding on your career path, life goals?  

C. What are the obstacles you need to overcome to achieve your goals?

D. In what community service areas have you been active? Why are these activities important to you?  About how much time each week do you spend on these activities?

The first clause in the Bill of Rights states that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.” The Humanists of North Central Florida is an organization which supports secular education and works to maintain the separation of church and state.

E. Please tell us your opinions and thoughts regarding the above statement.

F.  Attach two letters of recommendation from non-relatives, one discussing your merit as a student and the other one addressing your current and potential contributions to the community.