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1.1M Kids under The age of 17
Living in the San Francisco Bay Area
Average GPA of African American / Latino students
Scholarships won by students with 3.0 GPA or greater
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
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.
FUTURE SUPERSTARS Scholarship
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.
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.
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:
Attn: Hong Nguyen, 991 Mission Street, San Francisco CA 94103