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Recipients of San Pablo’s Scholarship should be enrolled for at least a half time status in their respective programs.
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To be eligible for the San Pablo Pilot, you must:
Priority will be given to applicants who have attended the following schools over consecutive years in high school. Application from San Pablo students who attend schools outside of West Contra Costa County or are not included in this list can still apply, but will receive a lower priority.
The scholarship award amount is $ 1,000.
To maximize the number of students who can benefit from this program, the San Pablo Scholarship Pilot will prioritize new applicants who are attending college or trade school for the first time, but may consider applicants who are have yet to apply but who are NOT in their first year of school or returning scholars per availability of funds.
The San Pablo Scholarship will be disbursed in July/August.
During this three-year Pilot Program phase, the San Pablo Scholarship awards are prioritized for students who are planning to attend in the Fall semester right after their graduation from high school or GED recipients within the last 3 years who will attend the upcoming Fall semester.
The San Pablo scholarship can be used to pay for expenses related to attending a 2-year or 4-year college / university or Career and Technical Education (CTE) Program. It includes but not limited to: tuition, school and program fees, books, required equipment, and supplies.
The cumulative GPA minimum requirement to apply is 2.0
All the necessary information and documents is listed in Scholarship Application and Checklist.
Selected Scholars will be contacted by the end of May 2024.
Selected San Pablo Scholars will work with City Staff to complete requirements including:
Undocumented and/or recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) are eligible to apply for this scholarship.
Over the three year pilot phase, the San Pablo Scholarship will be funded through the City of San Pablo's General Fund.
For all other questions, please contact SPScholarship@sanpabloca.gov