Redenbach Hope Scholarship

The Redenbach Hope Scholarship was established to encourage and support students that have not had the opportunity to take the usual path to college by graduating from a traditional High School. To qualify for this scholarship, the student must have graduated from an adult education program or a continuation high school, or have earned a General Educational Development (GED) high school equivalency credential as an adult learner without a high school diploma. In addition, the scholarship recipient must be working toward a teaching career at the K-12 level or higher education.

This scholarship was funded by Sandra Redenback, an SCC alumna who returned to school at the age of 26. She attended a local adult school to achieve her GED. She later graduated from SCC and UC Davis and became an educator, author, and education consultant.

Award
$1,500.00
Deadline
01/31/2023
Supplemental Questions
  1. To qualify for this scholarship, you must have graduated from an adult education program or a continuation high school, or have earned a Genera Educational Development (GED) high school equivalency credential as an adult learner without a high school diploma. Do you meet this qualification?
  2. Redenbach Hope Scholarships shall only be awarded to students at SCC seeking a teaching career at the K-12 level of higher education. Do you plan to become a teacher at the K-12 level or higher?
  3. To be eligible for this scholarship the recipient must be a full-time SCC student in good academic standing, enrolled in a minimum of nine units with a GPA of 2.5, or be an incoming High School student enrolled in a minimum of nine (9) units with a GPA of 2.0.
  4. The recipient of this scholarship must meet one of the following requirements.
  5. The scholarship recipient must have an unmet college financial aid need, verified by the SCC Financial Aid Office. Do you have an unmet college financial aid need that can be verified by by the SCC Financial Aid Office?
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