Co2019 SCHOLARSHIP RUBRIC
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Class of 2019 Mentorship Program - Scholarship Rubric
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Rubric Due Date30 March 2019
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Scholarship Award Date1 May 2019
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Mentee's Name (first and last)
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Mentee's High School
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CATEGORY / DESCRIPTIONSCORETOTAL
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Academic Standing/ GPAMY SCORE
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GPA: 3.5 +10
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GPA: 3.0 - 3.48
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GPA: 2.5 - 2.96
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Awards of Recognition (5+)10
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Awards of Recognition (3-4)8
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Awards of Recognition (1-2)6
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Employed (Min. 20 hrs/wk)2
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College Entrance Exams (mentees must provide results of 1 exam)MY SCORE
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TSI: Demonstrates a Math, Reading, and Writing Score of a 350+ with an essay 4+
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TSI: Demonstrates a Math, Reading, and Writing Score of a 250-349 with an essay 3-4
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TSI: Demonstrates a Math, Reading, and Writing Score of a 150-249 with an essay 1-2
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SAT: Demonstrates a Cumulative Score of 1200+10
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SAT: Demonstrates a Cumulative Score of 1000-11998
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SAT: Demonstrates a Cumulative Score of 800-9996
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ACT: Demonstrates a Cumulative Score of a 24+ 10
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ACT: Demonstrates a Cumulative Score of a 20-238
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ACT: Demonstrates a Cumulative Score of 16-196
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Employed (Min. 20 hrs/wk)2
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Community Service Work (grades 9-12)MY SCORE
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300+ Hours10
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200-299 Hours8
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100-199 Hours6
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3+ School Organizations10
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2 School Organizations8
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1 School Organization6
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3+ Community Organizations10
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2 Community Organizations8
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1 Community Organization6
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Employed (Min. 20 hrs/wk)2
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CitizenshipMY SCORE
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3+ Letters of Character Reference (non-family, 1 teacher)10
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2 Letters of Character Reference (non-family, 1 teacher) 8
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100% Attendance (No Absences, No Tardies - grades 9-12)10
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90% Attendance (No Absences, No Tardies - grades 9-12)8
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Employed (Min. 20 hrs/wk)2
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Leadership Positions (grades 9-12)MY SCORE
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4+ Leadership Positions10
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3 Leadership Positions8
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2 Leadership Positions6
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Employed (Min. 20 hrs/wk)2
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Mentorship Program ParticipationMY SCORE
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Attended all mentorship activities & completed all assignments10
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Attended most mentorship program activities & completed most assignments
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Relays ALL Info to Mentorship Members10
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Relays Moderate amount of Info to Mentorship Members8
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Employed (Min. 20 hrs/wk)2
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Extracurricular (in/out school, grades 9-12)MY SCORE
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Involved in 4+clubs/activities10
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Involved in 3 clubs/activities8
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Involved in 2 clubs/activities6
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Employed (Min. 20 hrs/wk)2
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ResuméMY SCORE
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Categories: Education, Awards & Achievements, Clubs & Organizations, Service Work, and Work Experience
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Well written, includes all categories10
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Well written, includes ar least 3 categories8
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Scholarship Essay
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Select 5 of the 13 prompts below. Type an essay for each. 250 words max/per essay.
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1" margins, double-spaced, 12 point font - Times New Roman
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Check your grammar, spelling, and cohesiveness.
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Essay Scoring Rubric (20 point max for combined score)
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• Prompt is addressed with elaboration and shows clear understanding
• Essay shows development, organization, clarity, and originality
• Essay shows a clear sense of audience
• Writing has few to no errors in grammar, mechanics, and/or spelling
• Applicant uses significant and relevant details to develop his/her ideas
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• Prompt is addressed with some elaboration and shows understanding
• Essay shows development, organization, and some clarity
• Essay shows a sense of audience
• Writing has few errors in grammar, mechanics, and spelling, but doesn't interfere
• Applicant uses relevant details to develop his/her ideas
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• Prompt is somewhat addressed
• Has some development and organization, but lacks clarity in some areas
• Essay shows little sense of audience
• Writing has several errors in grammar, mechanics, and spelling that interfere understanding
• Applicant develops his/her ideas minimally; doesn't include strong or relevant details
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• Applicant did not address prompt
• Lacks both development and organization
• Essay lacks a sense of audience
• Writing has numerous errors that make the essay difficult to understand
• Writing is underdeveloped and does not comprehensively address the prompt
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PromptsMY SCORE
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1) Which volunteer experience has been the most rewarding and why?
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2) Describe your overall development as a mentee in this program. Include your thoughts and expectations prior to joining and how you feel this program will help you in college.
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3) What does this scholarship award mean to you? If you do not receive a Co2019MP Scholarship, what will you have gained from the Mentorship Program?
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4) Discuss a leadership activity and how it impacted you and those around you; describe your greatest academic achievement; narrate your short-term & long-term goals
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5) How did you find out about the mentorship program and what encouraged you to apply?
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6) Which act of kindness does the world need more of? Why? When was the last time you experienced this act of kindness?
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7) Describe experiences which have taught you something you didn't previously know about yourself, took you out of your comfort zones, and/or forced you to grow.
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8) Describe how your high school education and extra curricular activities in high school will help you as a college student and in the workforce.
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9) If you had the financial resources, the people, and the influence, which problem in society will you attempt to fix?
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10) How do sports and/or extra curricular activities impact you - good/bad, academic/personal?
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11) If you could change anything in the school system, what would it be and why?
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12) What advice would you give to younger generations?
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13) Who is your role model and how did this person shape the person you are and/or wish to be? Include how this person contributed to your academics and service work motivations.
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