Ammer Dbeis accepts the 2014 $13,000 Governor’s Scholarship from Janice K. Brewer, Former Governor of Arizona. Also in attendance are Scholarship Committee Members (L to R) John Hall, Robert Greninger, Dr. Ileana Orlich, Dr. George Gummerman and
2015 GOVERNOR'S SCHOLARSHIP
The Consular Corps of Arizona is proud to sponsor the Governor’s Scholarship. As an organization dedicated to civic engagement and fostering educational opportunity, the CCAZ created this award in 2013 to honor an outstanding new graduate from one of the three state universities. This annual scholarship, now in its second year, will be presented to a student who has exhibited exceptional academic merit, to assist them in pursuing a graduate degree at Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, or the University of Arizona.
This scholarship is not affiliated with the Office of the Arizona Governor, nor is it aligned with any of the three universities. The steering and selection committee come from the fields of education, business, and government.
The Governor’s Scholarship is a nonrenewable financial award in the amount of thirteen thousand dollars ($13,000). It must be used to pursue immediate graduate study at Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, or the University of Arizona. The scholarship cannot be deferred or transferred. Upon confirmation of enrollment, the funds will be distributed directly to the appropriate institution of postsecondary education.
The Governor’s Scholarship is designed to award academic excellence and commitment to community. The selected student will have distinguished himself or herself as an accomplished scholar: motivated, well-rounded, high achieving, and intellectually curious. Ideal candidates will have a demonstrated desire to serve others, a record of civic enrichment, and an interest in foreign affairs, political science, government, or a related field.
A complete application must be received by ENDED
A complete application will consist of all of the following:
Service Essay: Highlight your commitment to service. Include your most valued experiences, goals for engagement, and how you achieved meaningful outcomes.
Academic Achievement Essay: Describe your most significant academic achievement or intellectual endeavor. Highlight how it will influence your graduate education and goals for the future.
Major and Career Goals Essay: Explain how your personal experiences shaped who you are today and how they impacted your choice in major and career. Also describe your vision of your professional life and contributions to your community 10 years from now.
These materials must be submitted together via email to (confirmation of receipt will be provided).
NOTE: Applicants advancing to Semifinalist standing will be required to submit two letters of support. Semifinalist notification will be provided on Monday, March 24, and the letters must thenbe received by Sunday, March 30. Do *not* submit the letters as part of the original application materials.
2014 SELECTION PROCESS CONCLUDED
* Finalists unable to participate in the in-person interview component of the process will be replaced with an alternate candidate.
2014 Steering and Selection Committee
Dr. Ileana Orlich, ASU President’s Professor, Committee Chairwoman
Mr. Dale Frost, Education Policy Advisor, Office of Arizona Governor Jan Brewer
Mr. Robert Greninger, Board of Directors, Sister Cities International
Dr. George Gummerman, Professor, Director of the Honors Program, NAU
Mr. John Kevin Hall, Director of Recruitment and Outreach, UofA Honors College
Mr. Keith Southergill, Director of Admissions, Barrett, The Honors College at ASU