Indian Valley Thrift Store Association
Scholarship Application Information
The Indian Valley Thrift Store Association (IVTSA) is offering scholarships to graduating seniors from
Indian Valley high schools, students from Indian Valley graduating from Feather River College or
students who are continuing their higher education but need financial support. We take great pleasure
supporting our youth in their pursuit of higher education though college or trade school.
Our goal with the applicant’s application and letter or personal essay is to get to know the applicant.
This process is not meant to be intimidating or difficult. It is our sincere hope that applicants in need
will consider applying for our scholarships.
This year, because of the Dixie Fire we have a limited amount of funds for scholarships, but it is our hope
to help all who apply if we can.
Completed applications will include the following:
* Application (online or pdf version)
* One letter of recommendation
* A letter or personal essay.
**The letter/personal essay must include a brief description of the applicant's career goals, any
community or school service completed, any extracurricular sports, clubs, and/or activities, and how the money will be used.
* Picture of student to be used on IVTSA Facebook page if applicant is a successful candidate.
Submit an online application then mail remaining requirements (recommendation letter, personal essay
& picture) or send the entire application packet (application, recommendation letter, personal essay &
picture) to Sherilyn Schwartz, IVTSA, P.O. Box 596, Greenville, CA 95947.
Applicants may also email the information to email@example.com
Deadline for submission is Tuesday, May 31, 2022
Interviews may be conducted the week of June 10th.
ONLINE APPLICATION LINK: https://forms.gle/EqVsAU1LsoVr3iTDA
P.O. Box 596
Greenville Ca 95947
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