The purpose of the NAF Scholarship Assistant Program is to encourage and support talented students in need. We accomplish this through scholarships awarded to qualified students who otherwise could not pay for all or part of their educational expenses.
Our scholarship recipients are selected on both financial need and a merit-based approach. Candidates must commit to the values and legacy of NAF (charitable works and community service).
Applicants should submit one (1) application and indicate on their form which category they wish to be considered for. General requirements for NAF scholarships are specified under “Selection Criteria”. Scholarships are awarded to students progressing towards a degree, or certification and applicants must meet requirements to be considered for scholarship renewal after the first-year award.
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION PROCESS:
NAF MUST receive applications at least eight (8) months before the start of the intended academic year. NAF is not responsible for missing applications. Applicants must submit applications to NAF by postal or email. Decisions by NAF are final, except where more compelling documentation is provided.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Postal Mail: NAF Scholarship, 1102 Frisch Rd. Madison, WI 53711-3120, USA.
Applicants must be admitted or enrolled as a student in an academic institution.
Applicants must have a grade point average of at least a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
Applicants must submit an official transcript.
On a separate sheet of paper, the applicant must complete a typed, double-spaced essay, not to exceed 700 words, addressing:
Why are you pursuing a career in the chosen field?
Your understanding of NAF and how involvement with NAF will help you achieve your academic/professional aspirations and objectives.
What distinguishes you from other candidates?
Applicants must show proof of need and demonstrate academic potential.
Applicants must submit a formal application for consideration.
Please fill out all applicable fields to complete the application.
NAF must receive at least two (2) letters of recommendation from a schoolteacher, faculty member, supervisor, members of the clergy, or employer.
NAF MUST receive the application and all supporting materials at least eight (8) months before the start of the intended academic year.