2019 Toni K. Allen Scholarship Application
The ALA Capital Chapter Foundation has been granting college scholarships since its inception. In 2003 the Scholarship Program was re-named the Toni K. Allen Scholarship Program in memory of one of the founding members of the Foundation. The Scholarship Program is funded by the Capital Chapter Foundation and is managed by the Chapter’s Vice President and Vice President-Elect of Community Services. Eligible DC Public/Charter School and DC homeschool students with an interest in pursuing a career in business or law may apply to win a $15,000 scholarship. The Foundation may choose to award additional scholarships in varying amounts based on available funds.
Supplemental Materials Required for Application
In addition to this online application, the following materials are required in order to qualify for consideration:

• Official copy of your high school transcript (must be submitted in a sealed envelope from your school; emailed copies will not be accepted)

• Proof of acceptance into an accredited 4-year college or university

• Two letters of recommendation

• Copy of SAT and/or ACT score report

NOTE: Supplemental materials needed to complete your application must be postmarked by April 30, 2018 in order to qualify for consideration.

Questions can be directed to info@alacapchap.org or 202-534-1894.

Scholarship Eligibility Criteria
• DC Public/Charter School or homeschool student

• Achievement in the current academic year including an overall 3.0 cumulative grade point average (unweighted) and a combined SAT score of at least 1200 (on a 1600 scale) or an ACT score of at least 21

• Demonstrated leadership ability

• Interest in a pursuing career in business or law

• Participation in extracurricular activities

• Performance of community service

• Acceptance as a full-time student at an accredited 4-year college or university beginning in the Fall 2019 semester

Are you eligible for the Toni K. Allen Scholarship? *
Before You Begin
Please note that if you leave or close this application before submitting, your progress will not be saved. To make your application process easier, gather all of the required information before you begin filling out the application.

This online application will ask you for the following:

• Your contact information and high school

• Your GPA and your SAT (by section and combined) and/or ACT score

• Your intended major

• Written Responses:
- Why you did you choose your field of study?
- Describe your interest in pursuing a career business or law

• Your extracurricular activities, leadership roles, and community service involvement and hours (this information may be submitted in the form of your resume)

• Essay (500 word maximum): Describe your personal goals. What are you passionate about? How do you plan to pursue those passions in college and beyond?

• Summary of financial aid awarded to you so far (a list of each scholarship/loan received and the amount awarded)

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