2021 Scholarship Application Process

Deadline for all submissions is Monday June 7, 2021 at 2:00 pm.

Instructions

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS

Applicants must graduate from high school by June of the current year.   

Please assemble the required submission documents. 
They will be needed to complete your application
.

  1. A cover page,  containing your photo and contact information
  2. High School Transcript
  3. Acceptance Letter from a college or institution of higher learning
  4. Letters of Recommendation
  5. Essays for Scholarships
  6. Other documents requested by scholarships.   (Be sure to label, on document, which scholarship the document is for.)

Once Application and uploads are completed, you will return to this page.  You must complete the Service Information, in order, to complete, your application!

  1. Community Service information
  2. Church Service Information (for Fellowship members).

COLLEGE/TRADE SCHOOL STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS

Applicants must be a current college or trade school student.

Please assemble the required submission documents. 
They will be needed to complete your application
.

  1. College/Trade School transcripts
  2. Other documents requested by scholarships.   (Be sure to label, on document, which scholarship the document is for.)

Scholarships are awarded to the recipients once they provide proof of full-time enrollment (12 hours or more) in an institution of higher learning as stipulated in the eligibility requirements.  Proof of enrollment must be submitted to the church office.

Step 1

If needed, below are downloads of Rules and References

Step 2

Scholarship Application

Below are the available 2021 Scholarships. 
Please tab through each, to assure you apply
for all that you are eligible for.

High School Scholarship Graduate Opportunities

$3,000 

This scholarship was established and first awarded in 1987 in memory of Fellowship Chapel’s founding pastor, Reverend James E. Wadsworth, Jr. 

Criteria: 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School. 
  2.  Member of Fellowship Chapel for two (2) or more years. 
  3.  Submit proof of active involvement in three or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries for two (2) years or more. 
  4.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 or above. 
  5.  Submit at least two (2) completed Community Service Forms. 
  6.  Provide two (2) letters of recommendation from school official, mentor or employer. 
  7.  Submit a typed, double-spaced, 250 word essay on “Pass the Salt”. Please reference Matthew 5: 13—16. 
  8.  Provide statement of any extenuating circumstances you are dealing with. 

$2,000 

The Harold Belkin Sustaining Scholarship was established in 2016 to provide financial support to a deserving student during 4 years of college. The successful applicant will receive $500 per year for the freshman, sophomore, junior and senior years, provided eligibility qualifications are maintained. 

Criteria: 

Initial Award- 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School 
  2.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.7 or above. 
  3.  Submit proof of active involvement of at least (2) years in one or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries. 
  4.  Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  5.  Submit a 500 word essay on the topic “My Plans for Success in College” 

Sustaining Disbursements- For sophomore, junior and senior years the student must submit an annual college transcript and annual proof of registration to verify: 

  1.  Maintenance of a full load of 12 or more credit hours 
  2.  Maintenance of a minimum GPA of 2.5. 

$1500, Continuing, for College Students also 

This scholarship was established in 2021 to honor the beloved parents of Benjamin and Deborah Hodge: Maxine Hodge and Simon C. & Mary E. Hall. The ideal candidate will attend a two or four year college, university or trade school. This scholarship may be renewed. 

Criteria: 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School or current college student. 
  2.  Preferred Majors: Health Sciences, Education, Business or Skilled Trades 
  3.  Submit proof of two (2) years active involvement in one or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries (Church Service Verification Form) 
  4.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0 or above. 
  5.  Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  6.  Submit two (2) letters of recommendation from a school official or church leader. 
  7.  Provide evidence of leadership abilities in school, church or community. 
  8.  Submit a typed, double-spaced, 200 word essay: How will you use your earned degree or Trade School certificate to address social problems in the world or your community? 

$1,000 (2) 

This scholarship was established by Fellowship Chapel’s First Lady, Monica G. Anthony, in 2008. Lady Monica is seeking high school graduates and continuing college students who desire a life of excellence. Two scholarships will be awarded : one (1) to a male and one (1) to a female*. (First Lady’s personal Intonjane mentees are ineligible) 

Criteria: 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School. 
  2.  Member of Fellowship Chapel for two (2) or more years. 
  3.  Submit proof of active involvement in one or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries for two (2) or more years. 
  4.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0 or above. 
  5.  Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  6.  Provide one (1) letter of recommendation. 
  7.  It is incumbent upon the applicant to contact the First Lady directly via email, ladymga@gmail.com, as soon as possible upon completion of the application process.  It directly impacts determination. 

* Should the applicant pool not provide this option, two $1000 scholarships will still be awarded. 

$1000 (2) 

One for a High School Graduate, one for a College Student 

The Larry Sims Dream Big Scholarships were established in 2018 by Silvia & Jourdan Sims, and Gabrielle & Donnell White. The scholarships honor the legacy of an outstanding husband, father, father-in-law and mentor. Not only did Larry do all he could to help those around him dream big, he also took concrete steps to help them succeed. 

Criteria: 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School or current college student. 
  2.  Member of Fellowship Chapel for two (2) or more years. 
  3.  Submit proof of active involvement in one or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries. 
  4.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 or above. 
  5.  High School Grads: Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  6.  Provide evidence of leadership abilities in school, church or community. 
  7.  Submit a typed, double-spaced, 500 word essay. Identify a problem (world or community) and explain how you intend to use your college degree as a way to begin solving that problem. 

$750 

For High School Graduates & College Students 

This Scholarship was established by the Thornton Family in 2021, in honor of Sara & John Thornton and their nine children Jacquelyn, Mikael, Mildred, Gwendolyn, Anthony, Robert, Millicent, Tracey, & Stacey. Both Sara & John stressed the importance of a higher education for their children to achieve their goals in life. The Thorntons are seeking a high school graduate or a college student who wishes to achieve greatness by continuing a higher education. 

Criteria: 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School, or currently attending college. 
  2.  Submit proof of two (2) years active involvement in one or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries (Church Service Verification Form) 
  3.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.5 or above. 
  4.  Provide one (1) letter of recommendation from a teacher, mentor or employer. 
  5.  Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  6.  Submit a typed, double-spaced, 250 word essay on “The Importance of Education in the African American Community”. 

$650 

The Dr. Donnell Ray Cravens, Ph.D Scholarship was established by the Cravens family in 2018 to honor Dr. Cravens’ pursuit of learning and to reward a student’s hard work in the community and academically. He prided himself on achieving through advanced education. The recipient of this award demonstrates leadership within their community, excellence within their academics, and the desire to attend Wayne State University or Central Michigan University—the schools where Dr. Cravens earned his degrees. 

Criteria: 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School. 
  2.  Enroll in Wayne State University or Central Michigan University 
  3.  Member of Fellowship Chapel for two (2) or more years. 
  4.  Submit proof of active involvement in one or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries. 
  5.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.5 or above. 
  6.  Provide one (1) letter of recommendation from a teacher, volunteer program, extra-curricular leader etc. 
  7.  Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  8.  Submit a typed, double-spaced, 250 word essay on “What is your major and how is this going to contribute to your local community?” 

 $500 for a male, and $500 for a female

The Kris andCurtis Greene HOPE Scholarshipwas established by Dr. Curtis Greene in 2016Dr. Greene has his PHD in biology, and is the Science Department Chair at Wayne County Community College District.This scholarship is created for students majoring in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) field.

 

Criteria: 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School 
  2.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 or above. 
  3.  Submit proof of active involvement of at least (2) years in one or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries. 
  4.  Provide evidence of leadership abilities in school, church or community. 
  5.  Pursuing a STEM major 
  6.  Submit a 500 word essay on Scientists who have Inspired Me” 

$500 

This scholarship was established in memory of Gladys Mae Rice in 2008. As a nurse, Ms. Gladys Mae Rice organized Fellowship Chapel’s Health Clinic in Ghana and directed it for many years. The recipient of this scholarship must show an interest and have plans to pursue a career in the health care profession. In 2017, this scholarship was expanded, in memory of Mr. Forrest “Thunder” Green, first black chemist working for the state of Michigan, to include careers in science. 

Criteria: 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School. 
  2.  Member of Fellowship Chapel for two (2) or more years. 
  3.  Submit proof of active involvement in one or more Fellowship groups or auxiliaries. 
  4.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.5 or above. 
  5.  Provide one (1) letter of recommendation from school official, mentor or employer. 
  6.  Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  7.  Submit a typed, double-spaced, 250 word essay on “Why Healthcare is Important to Me” or “Why Science is Important to Me”. 
  8.  Interview upon request with the Scholarship Committee. 

$500 

This scholarship was established by Fellowship Chapel Scholarship Committee in 2003 as an effort to reach out to the community. Nonmembers may apply. 

Criteria: 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School. 
  2.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.5 or above. 
  3.  Submit at least two (2) completed Community Service Forms. 
  4.  Provide two (2) letters of recommendation from a school official, mentor or employer. 
  5.  Submit a typed, double-spaced, 250 word essay on “The Importance of Community Involvement”. 

$500 

This scholarship was established in 2018 by the Girl Scouts of Fellowship Chapel to encourage girls to pursue the highest award in Girl Scouting and to provide additional funding for Girl Scout Ambassadors graduating from high school pursing higher education. The Fellowship Chapel Girls Scouts were established in September 1981 under the direction of Ms. Carrie Finney. Our mission is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. 

Criteria: 

  1.  Be currently registered as a Girl Scout with Girl Scouts of Fellowship Chapel 
  2.  Graduate from a metropolitan Detroit High School 
  3.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.75 or above 
  4.  Be an active, registered Girl Scout, currently and for the previous 3 years 
  5.  Has demonstrated commitment to living by the Girl Scout promise and law. 
  6.  Must submit at least three letters of recommendation from individuals representing school, community or church and the gold award coach 
  7.  Must have earned the Gold Award prior to submitting the application 
  8.  Submit a typed double spaced 500 word essay on “How my Gold Award project will be a lasting impact on the community”. 

$500 

This scholarship was established by Fellowship Chapel member Ingrid Renee Turnbore, in 2013 in honor of her mother, Florence B. Turnbore. This scholarship is specifically for students who will be majoring in culinary arts. The ideal candidate would be one who will attend a HBCU, although this is not required. 

Criteria: 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School. 
  2.  Member of Fellowship Chapel for two (2) or more years. 
  3.  Pursuing a major in culinary arts. 
  4.  Submit proof of active involvement in one or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries for two (2) or more years. 
  5.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 or above. 
  6.  Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  7.  Provide two (2) letters of recommendation. 
  8.  Submit a typed, double-spaced, 250 word essay on “The Importance of Nutrition”. 

$500 

This scholarship was established in memory of Ms. Gloria L. Bright in 2014. Ms. Gloria L Bright’s career path was one of giving service to people in need; first, as a social worker, then as a registered nurse. She loved Fellowship Chapel and she loved helping others. 

Criteria: 

  1.  GPA 2.5 or higher 
  2.  Member of Fellowship Chapel for at least one or more years 
  3.  Submit proof of one or more Fellowship Chapel ministries that you are involved with ( i.e. SHYG, Choir, Xpressionz of Praise) 
  4.  Submit a typed, double-spaced essay, 300-500 words, on: What Inspired you as a Young Member of Fellowship Chapel and What Words of Wisdom do you have for the Fellowship Chapel Youth Coming Behind You?” 

$500 

This scholarship was established in 2021by Alison Vaughn, CEO of Jackets for Jobs. Jackets for Jobs’ is an award winning nonprofit organization that provides career skills training and cloth-ing to job seekers. It has been honored as one of the Best & Brightest Companies to Work for® in Detroit. Ms.Vaughn would like to help students who have overcome challenges and shown the most improvement in high school. The applicant must be a high school graduate pursuing a major in Business and/or being an entrepreneur, but most of all have a desire to serve the community 

Criteria: 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School. 
  2.  Member of Fellowship Chapel for at least one (1) year. 
  3.  Submit proof of active involvement in one (1) or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries. 
  4.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.5 or above. 
  5.  Provide one (1) letter of recommendation from school official, mentor or employer. 
  6.  Submit one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  7.  Submit typed, double-spaced, 250 word essay on “How My Educational Pursuits Will Help Me Improve My Community”. 

$500 

This scholarship was established in 2008 by JoAnne Williams, a retired educator from the Detroit Public Schools. 

  1. Criteria: 
  2.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School. 
  3.  Member of Fellowship Chapel for at least one (1) year. 
  4.  Submit proof of active involvement in one (1) or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries. 
  5.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.5 or above. 
  6.  Provide one (1) letter of recommendation from school official, mentor or employer. 
  7.  Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  8.  Submit typed, double-spaced, 250 word essay on “How My Educational Pursuits Will Help Me Improve My Community”. 

High School Graduates and College or Vocational School Students 

$500 

The Joseph William and Sallie Bell Jones Vocational Scholarship was created in 2021 by Vernon and Penelope Irvin. This scholarship honors the legacy of the parents of Penelope Jones-Irvin. Joseph and Sallie were self-starters and went to Vocational school to create a better life for their family. This scholarship is created in their memory as well as to allow others to do create a better life for themselves and their family. To support students who en-vision trade and or Vocational school as their best option. 

  1. Criteria: 
  2.  This scholarship is for new high school graduates, or students who are or will be attending technical, trade or vocational schools, or community college. 
  3.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.5 or above. 
  4.  Provide evidence of leadership abilities in school, church or community. 
  5.  Provide one (1) letter of recommendation from school official, mentor or employer. 
  6.  Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  7.  Submit a typed, double-spaced, 150 word essay on “Why I deserve this Scholarship”. 

$500 

This scholarship, named in honor of Paul Robeson—Lecturer, Poet, Musician, Athlete, Activist—was established by the Paul Robeson Chorale in 2002. Applicant must show an interest in music or performing arts. 

Criteria: 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School. 
  2.  Member of Fellowship Chapel for two (2 )or more years. 
  3.  Submit proof of active involvement in one or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries. 
  4.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.5 or above. 
  5.  Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  6.  Provide one (1) letter of recommendation from school official, mentor or employer. 
  7.  Be interested in pursuing a career in music or the performing arts. 
  8.  Submit a typed, double-spaced, 250 word essay on the topic How Paul Robeson Has Inspired Me”. 

$500 

This scholarship was established in 2011 by Roslyn Banks in loving memory of her father, Robert V. Banks, Sr. Ms. Banks would like to help students who have overcome challenges and shown the most improvement in high school. 

Criteria: 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School. 
  2.  Member of Fellowship Chapel for one (1) or more years. 
  3.  Submit proof of active involvement in one or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries. 
  4.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0 or above. 
  5.  Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  6.  Provide two (2) letters of recommendation from school officials or mentors who are able to address your struggles and accomplishments during your high school years. 

$500 (2) 

One for a High School Graduate & One for Post High School (any age) 

This scholarship was established by Rev. Dr. Constance Simon in 2014 in memory of William G. Simon. Mr. Simon, an excellent example of an entrepreneur, purchased his first property, The Fix-It-Shop, at age 17. He went on to become a licensed mechanical contractor, licensed auto mechanic, property owner and investor. He retired from General Motors as one of the first black Skilled Trades Plumbers. Mr. Simon was committed to Detroit and its residents. He loved people, believed in lifelong learning, mentoring youth, and giving back to those in need. The recipient of this scholarship must show an interest with plans to pursue a career in the Trades and/or being an entrepreneur, but most of all have a desire to serve the community. 

Criteria: 

  1.  High School Graduate/ Post High School (completed two or more years ago) 
  2.  Member of Fellowship Chapel 
  3.  Submit proof of active involvement in one or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries. 
  4.  Provide one (1) letter of recommendation from school official, mentor or employer. 
  5.  Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  6.  Submit a typed, double-spaced, 250 word essay on “What it means to serve others 
  7.  Set up an interview with Rev. Dr. Simon 

$250 

This scholarship was established in 2014 by the Girl Scouts of Fellowship Chapel to provide funding for Girl Scout Ambassadors graduating from high school pursing higher education. The Fellowship Chapel Girls Scouts were established in September 1981 under the direction of Ms. Carrie Finney. Our mission is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. 

Criteria: 

  1.  Be currently registered as a Girl Scout with Girl Scouts of Fellowship Chapel 
  2.  Graduate from a metropolitan Detroit High School 
  3.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.5 or above 
  4.  Be an active, registered Girl Scout, currently and for the previous 2 years 
  5.  Has demonstrated commitment to living by the Girl Scout Promise and Law. 
  6.  Submit at least two letters of recommendation from troop leader, school, community or church 
  7.  Evidence of enrollment/acceptance into an institute of higher learning 
  8.  Evidence of extracurricular activities or community activities 
  9.  Submit a typed double spaced 200 word essay on “How I have incorporated the Girl Scout Promise and Law into my everyday life”. 

$250 

The Rev. Opal M. Simmons Reach for the Stars Scholarship is in memory of Rev. Opal M. Simmons, Fellowship Chapel’s first female Associate Minister. This scholarship established in 2012 is being sponsored by Fellowship Chapel Book Club of which Rev. Simmons was a founding member. The applicant must be a high school graduate pursuing a major in a literary or educational field. 

Criteria: 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School 
  2.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.5 or above. 
  3.  Member of Fellowship Chapel for one (1) or more years. 
  4.  Submit proof of active involvement in one or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries. 
  5.  Provide a letter of recommendation from school official, mentor or employer. 
  6.  Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  7.  Submit a typed, double-spaced, one page essay on the book that had a large impact on your life and why. Discuss how it will help you in attaining your current goals. 

New Lap Top 

The Shirley Ann McGee Sutton scholarship was established in 2021 by her family. Shirley was a retired teacher, member of Sigma Gamma Rho and Eastern Star Unity Chapter #28 member. The focus of the scholarship is to continue her legacy and her desire to promote the importance of education. This gives the family an opportunity to pour back into the community as she had poured into her family, friends and previous students. 

Criteria: 

  •  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School or current college student. 
  •  Provide proof of current class registration or current transcript (for college students) 

OR 

  1.  Provide letter of acceptance to the college or university you will be attending. 
  2.  Provide evidence of at least two (2) years of service at Fellowship (Church Service Verification form) 
  3.  Submit one (1) letter of recommendation from a school official, mentor or employer. 
  4.  Provide evidence of leadership abilities in school, church or community. 
  5.  Submit a typed, double-spaced, minimum 250 word essay on the importance of giving back. How have you given back and what are your future plans to give back? 

College Student Opportunities

$1000 (2) 

One for a High School Graduate, one for a College Student 

The Larry Sims Dream Big Scholarships were established in 2018 by Silvia & Jourdan Sims, and Gabrielle & Donnell White. The scholarships honor the legacy of an outstanding husband, father, father-in-law and mentor. Not only did Larry do all he could to help those around him dream big, he also took concrete steps to help them succeed. 

Criteria: 

  1.  Graduate from a Metropolitan Detroit High School or current college student. 
  2.  Member of Fellowship Chapel for two (2) or more years. 
  3.  Submit proof of active involvement in one or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries. 
  4.  Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 or above. 
  5.  High School Grads: Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  6.  Provide evidence of leadership abilities in school, church or community. 
  7.  Submit a typed, double-spaced, 500 word essay. Identify a problem (world or community) and explain how you intend to use your college degree as a way to begin solving that problem. 

$500 (2) 

One for a High School Graduate & One for Post High School (any age) 

This scholarship was established by Rev. Dr. Constance Simon in 2014 in memory of William G. Simon. Mr. Simon, an excellent example of an entrepreneur, purchased his first property, The Fix-It-Shop, at age 17. He went on to become a licensed mechanical contractor, licensed auto mechanic, property owner and investor. He retired from General Motors as one of the first black Skilled Trades Plumbers. Mr. Simon was committed to Detroit and its residents. He loved people, believed in lifelong learning, mentoring youth, and giving back to those in need. The recipient of this scholarship must show an interest with plans to pursue a career in the Trades and/or being an entrepreneur, but most of all have a desire to serve the community. 

Criteria: 

  1.  High School Graduate/ Post High School (completed two or more years ago) 
  2.  Member of Fellowship Chapel 
  3.  Submit proof of active involvement in one or more Fellowship Chapel groups or auxiliaries. 
  4.  Provide one (1) letter of recommendation from school official, mentor or employer. 
  5.  Submit at least one (1) completed Community Service Form. 
  6.  Submit a typed, double-spaced, 250 word essay on “What it means to serve others 
  7.  Set up an interview with Rev. Dr. Simon 

Ministerial and Special Needs Opportunities

$1,500

This scholarship was established in 1997 to support students pursuing the ministry.

Criteria:

  1.  Graduate from a four (4) year college or university pursuing a master’s or doctorate degree in ministry.
  2.  Member of Fellowship Chapel for two (2) or more years.
  3.  Submit proof of active involvement in two (2) or more Chapel groups or auxiliaries.
  4.  Submit proof of active involvement in the community.
  5.  Provide two (2) letters of recommendation.
  6.  One (1) from a community organization.
  7.  One (1) from a college official or employer.
  8.  Provide evidence of having demonstrated leadership qualities.
  9.  Provide copy of college transcript.
  10.  Provide proof of acceptance into a ministerial program at an institution of higher learning.
  11.  Submit a typed, double spaced, minimum of 150 words statement of ministerial interest.
  12.  Be available for a personal interview with the Pastor if requested.

(AMOUNT VARIES)

The Student Emergency Fund (SEF) was established in 2014 to assist Fellowship Chapel students facing unforeseen financial hardships while meeting school expenses. Illness, unemployment (loss of job of person responsible for college expenses), or other challenges will be reviewed to determine if these funds will be allocated.

Criteria:

  1.  A student may submit one SEF application per calendar year. The student must also submit supporting documentation of financial need such as an outstanding bill or statement, and explain why this need qualifies as an emergency.
  2.  Paying off an existing balance under normal circumstances is not considered an emergency and does not qualify for student emergency funding.
  3.  Limit of two (2) applications for emergency funds will be considered during undergraduate studies.
  4.  Meeting the above conditions, or being the first to apply, does not guarantee a
  5. financial award.
  6.  Funds are awarded based on availability, and individual needs that meet the criteria.
  7.  SEF applications may be obtained at www.fellowshipchapel.org. Select Menu, go to Ministries, then select Scholarship Committee.
Step 3 / Service Forms
Community Service

Please fill out a separate Community Service Form for each community service in which you participated. Once you have listed your Community Service, click next to the end of the form, to submit to Scholarship Committee.

Church Service

To be considered for many scholarships, verification of service in church groups or auxiliaries is required.  Refer to the criteria for the scholarship you are seeking to determine the length of service and number of church groups required.