Winter Newsletter Featured Article

It’s Time to Level Up

The Alaska Community Foundation currently has forty-one scholarships open for applications. They cover a broad range of eligibility criteria, including academic successes, athletic accomplishments, intent for vocational training, and geographical location. With so many to choose from, every student has the chance to find their perfect fit. Applicants are encouraged to reach out to ACF about the application process. All current scholarships open for submission have a deadline of March 17. Students are encouraged to start the process as early as possible.

ACF’s scholarships are created thanks to the generosity of Alaskans looking to give back to the next generation. Many are created in honor of inspirational individuals who established a legacy of educational advancement or have spent a lifetime creating opportunities for Alaska’s youth. Some examples include:

The David E. Knox Memorial Nursing Fellowship was established to support outstanding candidates pursuing registered nursing degrees and service small Alaskan communities. The fellowship honors the memory of David Knox, who brought a high level of leadership and expertise to Sitka’s surgical unit, helping it become one of Alaska’s leading rural health units. The 2022 David E. Knox Memorial Nursing Fellowship accepts applications through March 17 and awards a scholarship of $2,500.

Lucile Hope Special Education Scholarship was established in honor of Lucy Hope upon her retirement from the Mat-Su School District. She taught special education for many years and guided the administration of the unique education program. It supports Alaskan students seeking post-secondary education in K-12 education with an endorsement in special education. Applications will be accepted through March 17, with awards up to $2,000.

Visit our website to apply, or share the link below with a student in your life.