The application for the 2020-2021 school year will open on August 1, 2020 for students in grades 6-10.
Earning scholarship dollars can help cover the cost of college. Universities, non-profit organizations, private foundations, and individuals offer students the opportunity to compete for scholarships based on merit, academic major, and other criteria. This academy will help students to recognize legitimate funding sources.
Learn from a Scholarships Coordinator how to explore ways to research and apply for scholarships, including, but not limited to, scholarship opportunities unique to Crosby Scholars.
Title: CSA #23 Scholarships & Seeking Additional Funding for your College Education
Date: November 11
Time: 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Location: Virtual- registration for this event is required to received the event link. 24 hours before the event you will receive the link to join the virtual presentation.
This virtual presentation will require the following:
You must be able to meet all the above listed criteria to participate in this virtual academy. If you cannot meet these requirements please do not register to participate. You must log in to the presentation on time. You will receive a link and login instructions via email prior to start the virtual presentation.
We encourage you to watch with a parent; however, your parent cannot earn the academy credit for you. You must be present and engaged for the entire academy to earn credit.
A brief primer on Crosby Scholars Senior Academies: Academies are held annually over a 6-month period (July to December); students must attend two and are free to choose those that best suit their needs and interests; the most up-to-date information on the academies is found in the student portal; while they are a program requirement, academies are best viewed as opportunities to gain knowledge and skills that guide students through senior year and into post-secondary education.