Retired Magistrate Ann Sparrough Scholarship Fund
What is the Retired Magistrate Ann Sparrough Scholarship Fund?
The fund awards academic scholarships to youth and adults from Prince George’s County with foster care experience. Youth can request support to pursue pre-college, undergraduate, or graduate education or vocational training.
Who is eligible for this fund?
Teens and adults from Prince George’s County who are currently or have previously been in foster care. Funds must be used to support educational or vocational goals.
Awards will be made without regard to age, citizenship status or academic standing. Can be used in or out of state, at public or private institutions.
What will this fund cover?
The Retired Magistrate Ann Sparrough Scholarship Fund will provide current and former youth in foster care funding for educational needs that they would not have otherwise. Funds can support experiences, needed items, or emergency support. Some examples of educational expenses that can be funded include but are not limited to:
- room and board
- education or vocation-related expenses such as state licensing test feeds, prep classes or ASVAB preparation course
How does someone receive funding?
To be considered, youth must complete the application, including an essay and all requested documentation.
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Who administers this fund?
CASA manages receiving applications. Questions about the fund and application process can be directed to us at email@example.com. The Retired Magistrate Ann Sparrough Scholarship Fund is administered by the Greater Washington Community Foundation.