Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Applicants will be notified in early July. Awards will be presented at the AAa/e Banquet Dinner. Award recipients are required to be present at the awards dinner to accept their awards and are expected to provide their own transportation to the dinner location. Dinner itself will be complimentary.
Scholarships in the amount of $5,000 will be awarded. The AAa/e Foundation and its judges reserve the right to withhold awards if submissions are deemed unsatisfactory.
No. The application is open to all people of any descent.
Yes, but the applications must to demonstrate growth from the previously submitted application.
Yes. Note that travel expenses associated with attending the Awards Banquet are not the responsibility of the AAa/e Foundation.
If you are still a senior in high school at the time the application is due, you should apply for the High School Scholarship.
Yes, you qualify. Employment is not a requirement.
No, there is no limit in years of employment to qualify for the Student Loan Grant. As long as you have outstanding student loans and are out of school, you are eligible.
Yes, you qualify. As long as you have student loans and are out of school, you are eligible for the Student Loan Grant.
Yes, but please ensure letters are written on a letterhead and include contact information of the writer.
Yes, group projects are accepted with a clear explanation of your contribution to the project.
Awardees of the High School, Community College, Undergraduate and Graduate Scholarships are required to participate. Student Loan Grant and Higher Education awardees are not required to participate in the short video clip.
All videos are the property of the AAa/e Foundation and may be used with written permission.