If you’re a student interested in applying for a scholarship or grant, you’ve come to the right place.
All FC2S scholarship applications are now CLOSED, with the exception of the
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All other programs are currently CLOSED, and recipients and non-recipients will be notified via email to the email address from which they applied, by the end of June 2013.
Foster Care to Success scholarships are awarded based on a combination of merit and need, and funding levels are determined based on cost of attendance and availability of other resources. Awards range from $1,500 to $6,000 per academic year, and are renewable for up to five years if a student remains eligible. Scholarships are announced annually in June. Recipients and non-recipients are notified via email, at the email address provided in their online application.
- have been in public or private foster care for the 12 consecutive months prior to their 18th birthday; OR have been adopted or placed into legal guardianship from foster care after their 16th birthday; OR they must have been orphaned for at least one year at the time of their 18th birthday.
- have been accepted into or expect to be accepted into an accredited, Pell-eligible college or other post-secondary school.
- be under the age of 25 on March 31 of the year in which they apply if they have not previously received scholarship funding from FC2S.
- have been in foster care or orphaned while living in the United States. U.S. citizenship is not required.
Foster Care to Success provides Education Training Vouchers (ETV) grants in nine states and the District of Columbia. As with our scholarship programs, we offer a full spectrum of support to students, including one-on-one mentoring, care packages, internship opportunities and academic coaching.
For information on or to sign up for Education Training Voucher (ETV) grants, click here. The Education Training Voucher (ETV) program awards grants to current and former foster youth to help pay for college or specialized education. ETV grants are funded by the federal government and administered by the states. In most states, eligible students may receive grants of up to $5,000 per academic year.