SAFE Credit Union is seeking outstanding teens for scholarship opportunities. As part of SAFE’s annual scholarship program, 10 college-bound high school seniors will each be awarded $1,000 this spring.
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Recipients will be chosen based on exceptional grade-point averages, financial need, community involvement, and letters of recommendation, as well as a personal statement. SAFE scholarships are awarded annually to students who live or attend school in Sacramento, Placer, Yolo, Yuba, Sutter, Amador, Butte, Contra Costa, Nevada, San Joaquin, Solano or El Dorado counties. SAFE membership is not required to apply.
The application package for 2014 is available online at safecu.org and at SAFE branches. Interested students can also call 916-979-7233 or 800-SEE-SAFE.
Applications must be postmarked no later than March 10 and addressed to:
SAFE Credit Union
ATTN: Marketing Dept. / SAFE Scholarship Committee
PO Box 1057
North Highlands, CA 95660-1057
SAFE’s scholarship program began in 2001, and the credit union’s support of local education has since grown to include title sponsorship of the Sacramento County Academic Decathlon, on-campus student-run branches, internship programs, and youth financial literacy workshops.