CSA Leadership Scholarship
The CSA scholarship is open to all students graduating from a NYC Public School who will be attending any college, including community college, in the fall. The scholarship is intended for a student who shows leadership in school or outside school and who may have had to overcome hardships to reach graduation. The award is not based on the GPA or SAT scores of the student. CSA would like a student chosen who shows potential and academic promise.
Each school may submit up to three (3) applications. One scholarship per borough will be awarded and presented at a dinner in June. Each award is $1500.
You can download a copy of the scholarship application HERE.
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** If you wish to support the CSA Leadership Scholarship Fund, send a check, made payable to the CSA Scholarship Fund, to CSA, 40 Rector St., 12th Floor, NY NY 10006, attn: Lola Pearson. Your contribution is tax deductible.
- Risham Dhillon of Manhattan, who graduated from Stuyvesant High School.
- Shadane Franklin of Queens, who graduated from Flushing High School.
- Gary Leysath of Brooklyn, who graduated from Bushwick Leaders High School.
- Sonia Reyes of Staten Island. who graduated from Curtis High School.
- Oumar Yaya of the Bronx, who graduated from Bronx International High School.
- Joseph Barone of Brooklyn, who graduated from Fort Hamilton High School.
- Coryn Colon of Brooklyn, who graduated from Baruch College Campus School.
- Angelica Hernandez of the Bronx, who graduated from West Bronx Academy for the Future.
- Ishita Khan of Queens. who graduated from the Academy of Finance and Enterprise.
- Shawn Reilly of Staten Island, who graduated from Curtis High School.
- Keith Amundsen of Staten Island, who graduated from Tottenville High School.
- Shannika Campbell of the Bronx, who graduated from Harry S. Truman High School.
- Corey Orr of Manhattan, who received his GED from Community Prep GED Plus.
- Valerie Persaud of Queens. who graduated from Townsend Harris High School.
- Kahandie Elliot of Brooklyn, who graduated from the Academy for Conservation and the Environment.
- Dejanique Howard of Manhattan, who graduated from Louis D. Brandeis High School.
- Kelly Garay of Staten Island, who graduated from Susan E. Wagner High School.
- Jennifer Rivers of the Bronx, who graduated from Fordham Leadership Academy for Business & Tech.
- Catherine Sbeglia of Queens, who graduated from Bard High School Early College II.
- Joseph Valerio of Brooklyn, who graduated from Fort Hamilton High School.