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1.1M Kids under The age of 17

Living in the San Francisco Bay Area

2.76 GPA

Average GPA of African American / Latino students


Scholarships won by students with 3.0 GPA or greater

20 Hours

The number of hours a low-income student has to work per week during college to pay for a 4 year college education.


Scholarship nomination 2019

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Future Superstars

Future Superstars is a non-profit organization and Burma Inc. has direct engagement with our communities both near and far. Through Future Superstars we support projects in which we believe we can make a clear difference.


In partnership with the Golden State Warriors, we provide annual scholarships to highly motivated but under-achieving students from impoverished communities within the Bay Area. With our assistance, students go on four-year colleges and vocational schools. In the past, we’ve chosen five students and awarded $1,500 per person but starting 2018, the awards amount will increase to $5,000.

Five winners will be chosen to receive $5,000 scholarships. Students will be paired with mentors to help them with college readiness and life skills. If you are a teacher or counselor from one of these three unified school districts (San Francisco, Alameda, Oakland), nominate a student today.


Student Eligibility

  • Must be attending a public high school within one of these three districts: Oakland, San Francisco, and Alameda.

  • Must currently be in their Junior year of high school.

  • No GPA requirement.

  • Must be from a low-income household.


Nominator Eligibility

  • Adults who have had sustained contact with students and are able to gauge not only their academic success but their overall potential

  • We accept teachers, counselors (both academic and non-academic), advisers, etc.



  • $5,000 scholarship award


How to submit:

  • By e-mail:


  • By mail:

    Attn: Hong Nguyen, 991 Mission Street, San Francisco CA 94103