A Non Profit 501 (c) (3) Public Charity Organization 


MICHAEL DWAYNE CATACUTAN

2014 :: 4 Year Scholar


Melbourne High School, IB Program

College: University of San Carlos, Cebu City, Philippines 

Major:: Pharmacy

The Sanlahi Scholarship Fund is dedicated to help deserving citizens of the USA and/or the Philippines, who are continuing their education, achieve their career goals through a scholarship program.

NATURE OF SCHOLARSHIP AND ELIGIBILITY OF APPLICANT

●     The scholarship is awarded to a deserving student in the USA or the Philippines.
●     The amount of the scholarship is dependent upon the availability of funds.
●     The total amount of the scholarship is released to the scholar in four to five annual allocations of one-fourth or one-fifth of the total amount, respectively.
●     Beyond the first year of college education, each succeeding annual allocation is released upon completion of a satisfactory academic year with a 3.0 or equivalent GPA.
●     Student must be a senior in a targeted high school at the time of application.
●     Student must have maintained at least a 3.5 or equivalent GPA throughout his or her final two years in high school.
●     Student should be able to produce three references: one from a parent, one from a teacher, and one from a non-friend person who knows the applicant.
●     Student must attend college full-time.
●     Student must attend college the fall semester immediately following his or her high school graduation.
●     Student must have demonstrated a financial need for the scholarship funds.

The Sanlahi Scholarship Fund 


Our Mission Statement

ALEXIS NAVAROSA

2015 :: 4 Year Scholar


Melbourne High School

Major: 



Scholarship Recipient 2015

Scholarship Recipient 2014

Criteria

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Evaluation Criteria for Awarding the Sanlahi, Inc. Scholarship


The Sanlahi Scholarship Award is given to a candidate who performs well academically AND who demonstrates need for the scholarship funds.   The scholarship is awarded based upon the following criteria:

academic performance
creativity, mission mindedness, or acts of kindness
heart for learning
activities and interests
financial need

As for your submission itself, we are also looking at your overall presentation. In this regard, we review and evaluate:

Your spelling
Your grammar
Your enthusiasm and your passion for your career
Your neatness

We evaluate your submission fully in all of these areas.

1. Academic Achievement/Performance: Submit your standardized test scores from the SAT, ACT, or other standardized test or other measures of your academic performance. We are particularly interested in your overall academic performance, however best measured.

 2. Contribution to Society:

 (1) Submit a list of your Extracurricular Activities. We are not looking for the number of activities, but the variety, balance, depth, and overall significance of these activities.

 (2) Submit NO MORE THAN three (3) reference letters with NO MORE THAN 2 pages, single-spaced, 12 point type (may be less, such as double-spaced, etc.) from parents (who best know the applicant!), teachers, leaders in programs you’ve been involved in.  These letters must confirm your involvement in the activities you’ve listed and that, to the extent possible, attest to your unique contributions in these areas.

 NOTES:

These letters ought not to be mere “character reference” letters. They should attest to specific contributions you have made, specific activities you have engaged in, specific achievements that have benefited you and the community you served.  In other words, these letters are primarily for the sake of acquiring outside confirmation that you have really done or achieved what you claim to have done or achieved in your scholarship application.

 3. Future Plans: Submit a personal essay with NO MORE THAN 2 pages, single-spaced, 12 point type (may be less, such as double-spaced, etc.) along these lines:

            a. What I want to do with my life
            b. Why I want to go to college
            c. Why I want to go to the college chosen

4. Other Requirements:

a. Scholarship Photograph: Submit a photograph with your application (optional).

b. Assignment of Rights & Consent to Publish Scholarship Information: Sign and submit the Assignment of Rights and Consent to Publish Scholarship Information form included with the application. By signing this form, you give us the right to publish your photograph (if provided) and basic information regarding your past accomplishments and future plans in the event you are awarded the scholarship.

Deadline: For scholarships for the school year beginning in 2017,  All submissions listed above must be received by email at turingan@fit.edu or by mail at 2665 Ranchwood Court, Melbourne, FL 32934 NO LATER THAN October 23, 2016. We will announce winners by October 30, 2016.

Questions: If you have any questions regarding your submission or criteria, please email turingan@fit.edu