Copeland Scholarships are granted to graduating high school
Seniors from the Greater Austin Area, or members of AARC,
or college students from the greater Austin area colleges
or local area students attending out of state colleges.
Applicants must hold a current amateur radio license of
any class, and furnish a transcript of grades and courses
already taken, along with a copy of the FCC issued license,
or a Certificate of FCC examination credit from a recognized
Amateur Radio Volunteer Examiner group, (usually AARL
VEC or W5YI VEC certified). All documents listed to be
sent with the application, to Austin Community Foundation.
Applicants can also apply for a scholarship to attend
a recognized vocational institute, but scholarships are
not granted for strictly on line study. In any case, monies
are only sent by ACF directly to the school for books,
tuition, and fees, upon certification that the student
has enrolled and been accepted.
Applicants must apply by Jan. 31 to be considered for
the CURRENT year to Austin Community Foundation.
The Scholarships can be applied to either the Summer or
Present Scholarship recipients must reapply each year
to continue grants, including a current transcript of
their last semester attended.
Scholarship amounts vary per student and type of college
attended, (a resident at a University is usually granted
more than someone living at home attending a community
two year school.) The Copeland Scholarships have totaled
more than $200,000 over the life of the program. The earnings
on an investment each year determine the amount that can
be granted. A Scholarship board of AARC administers the
selection process after ACF certifies all applicants have
submitted all required information. Only holders of Amateur
Radio, FCC issued licenses can apply for the Copeland
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