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WANDA SULLIVAN COMMUNITY SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP
In 2005, Tracy Sunrise Rotary honored the memory of Wanda Sullivan, a Tracy Sunrise Rotarian, Boys and Girls Club Board Member and Century 21 Realtor with a scholarship.`This scholarship focuses on Community Service as the primary criteria. It is in the amount of $1000 and is awarded annually to an individual who has shown their love for Tracy through community service work. Wanda's love for Boys and Girls Club and her desire to give back to the community form the foundation for a qualified candidate. Each application must be returned with a high school transcript and a short one page essay "How this scholarship will help you achieve your goals." Each applicant must be a graduating senior, have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and a desire to pursue higher education, and be a Member of the Boys and Girls Club. All applications must be submitted prior to the deadline of April 19, 2023. No late applications will be accepted.
GEORGE P. STEIN VOCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP
In 1997 during Stephanie Prioste's year as president, Tracy Sunrise Rotary formed a non-profit foundation with the sole intent of funding educational scholarships. The first of which was named for Club Secretary George P. Stein. Any scholarships paid out would be paid from interest only and the principal would never be touched. Initially only two scholarships were awarded in the amount of $1000 each, one to a graduating senior at West High School and the other to a graduating senior at Tracy High School. In 2009, we began including Stein High School named in honor or George and Evelyn Stein. In 2010, we added Millennium High School. In 2012, we added Kimball High School.
The legacy that George hopes to leave behind is that he will have enabled a group of young people who have vocational talents the ability to pursue their dreams, "to give them a little boost." Vocational professions are not often considered "upper tier" but they are of no less importance to our community.
The criteria for the George P. Stein Vocational Scholarship is set by George himself. Each applicant must complete an application, a short one page essay, "How this scholarship will help you achieve your goals," have a GPA of 2.5 or higher, must be going into a vocational field such as auto mechanic, culinary arts, firefighter, nurse, etc. All applications must be submitted prior to the deadline of April 19, 2023. No late applications will be accepted.
DR JACK SJOLIN HEALTH PROFESSIONS SCHOLARSHIP
The criteria for this scholarship is as follows: Service Above Self: A desire to help mankind in a health related field. The scholarship will be awarded to a graduating Tracy Unified School District Senior with a 3.0 GPA or higher cumulative Grade Point Average. The application must be returned with a high school transcript and a short one page essay "How this scholarship will help you achieve you goals in a health related career." The deadline is April 19, 2023. No late applications will be accepted.
Filipino American National Historical Society Scholarship
Through the S & R Stockton Properties Scholarship Fund, six $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating high school seniors who meet the eligibility requirements.