Lee J. Brockway Scholarship

Overview:

The Midwest/Great Lakes (MW/GL) Lee J Brockway Scholarship is a regional competitive, merit based award program designed to provide financial support for high school students accepted into college. Each academic year, one (1) student will be selected as the recipient of a $1,000.00 scholarship award. The student selected should be intending to enroll in a field related to educational facility planning and design. These would include, but not be limited to, architecture, engineering, interior design, facility planning, and construction management.

Eligibility Requirements:

The Midwest/Great Lakes Region of A4LE seeks students who meet the following eligibility requirements:
1. Reside in one of the following locations: States of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and the province of Ontario, Canada.
2. Currently enrolled in the twelfth grade.
3. Minimum 2.5 GPA

Characteristics Sought in Candidates:

The Midwest/Great Lakes Region of A4LE seeks students who demonstrate a balance of the following characteristics:
1. Outstanding character, integrity, and self-motivation.
2. Outstanding leadership potential.
3. Active participation in school and community activities.

Open to DREAMers- No

Renewable- No

Website- www.a4le.org

For more info, contact:
Donna Robinson
donna@a4le.org
480-391-0840

Award
$1,000
Deadline
03/04/2016
Supplemental Questions
  1. Class rank
  2. Provide a brief statement on your future plans
  3. How do you plan to finance your college education?
  4. Essay- There has been increasing evidence that the design and condition of an educational facility has a significant impact on a student's ability to learn. In 1,000 words or less, describe how your high school building has impacted the quality of your education. Also, please describe the kinds of changes that you would prefer to your high school building and the surrounding site and the educational impact of those changes.
  5. Three letters of recommendation