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GSCA Legacy Scholarship

Up to two $1,000 scholarships will be granted

These scholarships are to granted to up to two deserving children and/or grandchildren of GSCA members to provide recognition and financial assistance for those graduating seniors who are entering their first year of full-time postsecondary education. The parents of the applicant must have been a member of GSCA for five consecutive years. For the purposes of this scholarship, (grand)children are defined as birth (grand)children, step(grand)children, adopted (grand)children and dependents.

The GSCA (grand)parent of each applicant must have been a GSCA member for at least five consecutive years and hold current membership. Information regarding additional criteria (transcripts, test scores, letters of recommendation, GPA, essay, etc.) is available on the GSCA web site and a complete application packet may be obtained from the GSCA Office. The recipient(s) is(are) selected by the Executive Committee.

The 2017 application closed Wednesday, February 22, 2017.  Download the application here.  


 

Emeliza Swain Scholarship

Up to two $1,000 scholarships will be granted

Emeliza Swain was a long-time counselor educator at the University of Georgia and was instrumental in early years of GSCA. In February 1982, the Secondary School Counselor of the Year award was named after her. The student recipient(s) are selected by the State School Counselor of the Year and the President.

The State Counselor of the Year and the President shall each select a graduating senior as a recipient for this award. The scholarship recipients shall be acknowledged during the following annual conference.

 


 

PROBE Scholarships

Up to two $1,000 scholarships will be granted

Thanks to a generous donation from PROBE, GSCA State Counselor of the Year and President each grant one $1,000 scholarship to a deserving student. Application process is determined by individual counselor.

Recipients must be graduating seniors entering their first year of post-secondary education.

 

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