2019 CAPST AFNB High School Scholarship

中国旅美专家协会恒丰银行优秀高中生助学金

中国旅美专家协会(专协)是1992年成立的经美国德克萨斯州正式注册的非政治,非盈利性的中国旅美科技专业人士团体。恒丰银行是一家华资美国银行,并拥有联邦存款保险(FDIC),位于德州休士顿的百利大道, 并有其他7间分行。

       为了激发休斯敦青年学生勤奋好学,积极向上,热爱关心社区的热情,专协与恒丰银行于2010年11月特设立专协恒丰银行奖学金。此奖学金有别于其它众多奖学金,她是专为中,低收入家庭 (收入标准请参见后面的附表)高中在校生而设立,帮助青年学生为日后的求学与求职打下良好的基础

       专协恒丰银行奖学金面向休斯敦地区在校高中学生(不包括2019年秋开始就读大学的高中毕业生)。申请人除填写申请表以外,须提供申请表中所要求的证明如学习成绩单、社区义工证明等。 专协恒丰银行奖学金每年评选一次,每次5-8名学生。获奖学生将获得专协颁发的奖励证书和$1000奖金

基金会2019年度将于9月1日开始接受申请,截止日期为2019年10月18日,获奖名单将于10月30日宣布,并于专协年会上举行颁奖典礼。

侯选人由自荐和他人推荐产生。获奖人将由评审团根据候选人所提供的材料评审决定。

中国旅美专家协会欢迎个人、公司和各种商家捐款。凡连续5年每年捐款$1000以上的团体或个人,可以设立个人基金(奖学金),可以由该团体或个人命名并用来资助特定方向的学生。

谨此,中国旅美专家协会会长及近千余名会员真诚呼吁休斯顿各侨界人士和公司竭诚捐款,设立更多的专项基金(奖学金),造福华人后裔;同时也热诚欢迎休斯顿高中生积极报名参选

欲知详细情况及申请资料,敬请下载申请表格 

申请材料请以PDF的方式发送给下列联系人:
Xiaojing Sui: xiaojingsui@gmail.com
Michelle:michelle@tothetopeducation.com


Chinese Association of Professionals in Science and Technology 


2019 CAPST AFNB High School Scholarship Announcement


      CAPST (capst.org), Chinese Association of Professionals in Science and Technology, founded in October 1992, is a registered, non-political, non-profit, professional organization. American First National Bank (https://afnb.com/index.html) is an Asian-American owned National Bank with full FDIC insurance coverage, headquartered in Houston, Texas. 

      In order to motivate Houston high school students to work hard and get involved with local communities, CAPST and AFNB jointly established CAPST AFNB High School Scholarship in November 2010. This scholarship is dedicated to high school students from low to moderate income families (for more details, see attached addendum), helping them build a strong foundation for college and career development.

      This scholarship is open to Houston area high school students (excluding recent high school graduates who started college fall 2019.) Applicants need to fill out an application form, and provide the supporting documents required, such as transcripts, awards, community service certificates, etc. This scholarship is awarded to 5-8 students each year. Each scholarship recipient will receive $1000.

      CAPST Education Foundation will begin to accept applications for 2019 scholarship on September 1, 2019. The application deadline is October 18, 2019 (application materials must be received by email by this day.) The scholarship recipients will be announced by Otc 30, 2019, and receive their award at 2019 CAPST annual banquet.

      Applicants can self-nominate or be nominated by someone else. Scholarship winners will be selected by the awards committee, using set criteria. CAPST welcomes individual and corporate donations. Any individual or organization who have donated more than $1000 a year for five years can have a scholarship named after them.

      CAPST president and about 1000 members hereby invite Houstonians and corporations to generously donate, and establish trust or scholarship to benefit our children; we also invite Houston area high school students to apply.

      For more details, please click here to download the application form


Please email your application materials in PDF files to
Xiaojing Sui: xiaojingsui@gmail.com
Michelle:michelle@tothetopeducation.com



Chinese Association of Professionals in Science and Technology

Addendum

CAPST and AFNB hereby agree to renew the CAPST-American First National Bank Scholarship Fund for another term of five years. This scholarship is open to all high school students from low to moderate income families in any of the areas (Bank Assessment Areas) listed below, regardless of their race.

Below is Recipient Criteria:

  • Student must be from a low – or moderate income family1 (see 2018 income levels below).
  • Student must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Student must live in Greater Houston area:
    • Low Income [ $0 – $38,550] or
    • Moderate Income [$38,550 – $61,680 ]

1 Low-income, which means an individual income that is less than 50 percent of the area median income, or a median family income that is less than 50 percent, in the case of a geography. Moderate-income, which means an individual income that is at least 50 percent and less than 80 percent of the area median income, or a median family income that is at least 50 and less than 80 percent, in the case of a geography.