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Youth Services

Rotary’s programs for students and youth can change the lives of those who participate. Through these programs, young people can earn scholarships, travel on cultural exchanges, or help our community through a service project. Please visit our Interact page to view a program for young people ages 12 through 18.

 

Scholarships (4 total)
1. 25 Rotarians Community Service Scholarship (click here to download more information on this scholarship) - This scholarship is offered to graduating seniors from any Stockton High School. It is funded through the investment proceeds of Community Service Scholarship component of the Stockton Rotary Endowment.

Students submit applications to the counseling department/scholarship advisor of each school and each school can submit two candidates to Stockton Rotary. Candidates will be judged on their general character, high ethical standards and their community service record throughout their high school years.

Process of application:

  • Completion of Rotary Club of Stockton Scholarship Application (click here to download PDF application).
  • Submission of a written essay (500 word maximum) that must include an explanation of applicant’s community service experience, academic and career objectives, and abilities/interests that will serve him/her in achieving these goals.
  • Submission of both application and essay to high school scholarship guidance counselor/advisor.
  • Applicants must have a 3.0 grade point average or better on a 4.0 scale, verified by his/her current transcript.
  • This award is made without regard to financial need.

Each school must submit no more than two candidates by the date set by the scholarship committee to:
Scholarship Committee, Rotary Club of Stockton, PO Box 7457, Stockton CA 95267

 

2. The Frank Thornton Smith Music Scholarship (click here to download information on this scholarship)

Frank Thornton Smith Music Scholarship is awarded each to promising music students graduating from a Stockton high school who are planning to attend San Joaquin Delta College or a four-year college or university majoring in music. Delta College students transferring to a four-year accredited college or university majoring in music are also eligible for the award. It is funded through Frank Thornton Smith Music Scholarship component of the Stockton Rotary Endowment.

Process of application:

Each applicant must submit his/her packet by the date set by the scholarship committee to:
Scholarship Committee, Rotary Club of Stockton, PO Box 7457, Stockton CA 95267

 

3. Susan Drake Interact Scholarship Award (Click here to download more information about this scholarship).

This award was established by the Stockton Rotary Club in 2010. It is named for Past District Governor and Past Club President Susan Drake in recognition of her outstanding work with and support of Interact on the club and the district level. The recipients will be members from Interact Clubs sponsored by and supported by the Rotary Club of Stockton and will be those who best exemplify the traits established by Rotary International. These traits include:

  • High ethical standards
  • Previous dedicated service to his/her Interact Club and high school
  • Unselfish service to the Stockton community through community service and/or other organizations (church, synagogue, temple, service clubs, hospitals, etc.)

The process for consideration is the completion of the Susan Drake Interact Scholarship Application (click here to download application), and the writing of an essay (maximum 500 words) “How Interact has Impacted my Life” that explains the applicant’s involvement in club activities and how those activities have change the direction of the applicant’s life. When completed, these should be submitted to the Rotary Advisor to the Interact Club.

The award is to be presented annually to a graduating high school senior upon selection by a special committee appointed by the Stockton Rotary Club. The award presentation will be made at one of the weekly meetings of the Stockton Rotary Club.

The award is made without regard to financial need. It does require that the recipient have a 3.0 grade point average (GPA) or better on a 4.0 scale at the time of application, verifiable by his/her current transcript.

The award will be paid in two semester installments upon verification of enrollment in any accredited two or four-year college or university within the United States. The recipient must be a full-time student (12 credit hours/units minimum) and have attained a 2.5 GPA or better on a 4.0 scale at the end of the first semester of attendance.

The award monies will be paid directly to the institution in the name of the recipient and can only be used for tuition, institutional fees, or books. Under no circumstances may the money go directly to the student. The Stockton Rotary Club will request sufficient documentation from the educational institution to ensure that the funds have been appropriately used.

Please submit a completed application, essay, and current transcript to the Rotary Advisor of your Interact Club or mail directly to the address below no later than March 14, 2014:

Scholarship Committee, Rotary Club of Stockton, PO Box 7457, Stockton CA 95267

 

4. Career Technical Education Award (CTEA) (click here to download more information on this scholarship).

This award was established by the Stockton Rotary Endowment in 2013. It is a permanent endowment component of the Stockton Rotary Endowment (SRE) with the earnings from the component to be used as an award (or awards) on an annual basis.

This non-renewable award would be presented to a resident of San Joaquin County to help the individual further his/her education in an identified specific area of study that has a focus of a Career Technical Education at San Joaquin Delta College or another not-for-profit college. The successful recipient of this award will be recognized for significant effort to overcome adversity or serious obstacles in the pursuit of his/her career goals. The award may be made as early as completion of high school or upon reaching 18 years of age and has no upward age limit as long as the recipient is pursuing technical career goals.

The process for consideration is the completion of the Stockton Rotary Endowment CTEA Application (click here to download PDF application) and the writing of an essay (maximum 500 words) that explains the applicant’s career goals and his/her significant effort to overcome adversity or serious obstacles in pursuit of those goals. The award is to be presented annually upon selection by the CTEA Committee appointed by the Stockton Rotary Endowment Board of Directors. The award presentation will be made at one of the weekly meetings of the Stockton Rotary Club.

Depending upon the identified use of the award, the money will be presented in the following manor. If used for tuition or enrollment fees a check will be made out to the school or institution on behalf of the award recipient. If used for the purchase of books, tools, supplies, etc. a check could be made out to a bookstore, vendor or supplier on behalf of the award winner. Under no circumstances is the award check to be made out directly to the recipient, unless he/she has produced receipts documenting the purchase of identified books, supplies, or equipment, etc.

Please submit a completed application and essay to the Rotary Club of Stockton by March 14, 2014:

CTEA Committee, Rotary Club of Stockton, PO Box 7457, Stockton CA 95267