Program posted by: Sueno Yoshida Foundation
Posted on: January 19, 2013
The Sueno Yoshida Scholarship:
To fulfill its mission, the Foundation identifies and supports young people of exceptional promise, application, and character who have demonstrated excellence in academic endeavors in the fields of Art, Language Arts, Music, Mathematics, and Social Studies.
Each year, the Foundation awards on $1,000 scholarship to a student graduating high school senior in the United State. The scholarship is to be used for the recipient's college education and is awarded upon receipt of proof of college enrollment.
On April 27, the Scholarship Committee has selected the recipient for this 2013 Sueno Yoshida Scholarship award. Please understand that the Foundation has received many applications and it was a very difficult choice for the Committee to select only one recipient from all distinguished applicants. Each applicant for this scholarship applications will receive a letter from the Foundation concerning the application. Thank you for taking interest in our Sueno Yoshida Scholarship Award Program. We wish you all the success in your academic and professional pursuits.
The applicants must be high school seniors in the U. S., must reside in the U. S., and intend to continue their education at a four-year college or university in the U.S. International students are not eligible. Application for this scholarship includes application form, sealed transcripts, copy of SAT/ACT scores, a letter of reference, and an essay.
All applications must be on the 2013 application forms and mailed by the applicant, postmarked by March 31, 2013, to:
Sueno Yoshida Foundation
P. O. Box 15404
Panama City, FL 32406, USA
For more information about this scholarship or to receive the 2013 application form, contact Dr. Davey at firstname.lastname@example.org.