The Danville Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce a scholarship program for local students. The 2016 funding comes from dollars donated from the membership body of the DACC. The DACC will continue this program on an annual basis.
Our deadline to receive all completed applications is 5:00 pm, Friday, April 8. The recipients will be notified the week of April 27. We hope these dates work with your school schedule and with your graduation programs.
Download the one master application below. The first page outlines the program and tells about the requirements. The second page is the actual application. To be eligible, students must live in Danville, Alamo, Blackhawk or Diablo or have a parent who works for a business which is a member of the Danville Area Chamber. They need to complete the application form, write two essays (about their community involvement, future goals and possible financial need) and send those along with copies of transcripts of grades for the past two years.
You may make as many copies of the enclosed application as you wish, or students may receive one by contacting the Chamber at email@example.com, or by calling 925-837-4400.
- Danville Area Chamber scholarships will be given annually in amounts of $1,000.
- Financial need is considered, but is not a necessary requirement.
- Scholarships may be used at the university, college, community college or trade school of the student’s choice.
- A scholarship check will be mailed directly to student finalists in July after graduation.
- Applications are available at the Chamber office and in high school college guidance centers.
- High school seniors who are planning to enroll full time in the fall of 2016 in an accredited trade or business school, community college, college or university are eligible.
- Students must either live in Danville, Alamo, Blackhawk or Diablo or have a parent/guardian who works for a business which is a member of the Danville Area Chamber of Commerce.
- These students display positive character and leadership skills, demonstrated by community involvement, extracurricular activities and their commitment to further their formal education to enter a trade, public service or the business world.
- Students must have performed at least 40 hours of community service or volunteer work in the past two years with a non-profit, with seniors, children, religious organization, etc.
The Danville Area Chamber of Commerce proudly awards an annual scholarship to local students. The 2015 winner is Lauren Clore of Monte Vista High School. Lauren plans to attend Tufts University this Fall, focusing her studies in Biology and Medical Research.