The Coast News Group

Retired teachers support scholarships

COAST CITIES — California Retired Teachers Association Scholarship Foundation, Inc. of North San Diego County, comprised of Palomar Division 63, North San Diego County Division 45 and Avocado Division 81, join together in an effort to provide scholarships for deserving future teachers graduating from North San Diego County high schools.
The scholarships are available for students who wish to attend Cal State San Marcos, Mira Costa Community College, and Palomar Community Collage. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need, scholastic record, community service, work experience, a personal statement, and letters of recommendation. Scholarships of $1,000 are awarded to students attending the junior colleges; those attending Cal State receive $1,500.
Applications have been delivered personally by foundation members to all North County high schools. Students wishing to apply for a scholarship from the California Retired Teachers Association Scholarship Foundation can obtain an application through the appropriate office in their high school. The deadline for applications is March 10.
Retired teachers, members of California Retired Teachers Association and the general public fund these scholarships. Tax-deductible donations may be made by check to Martha Bozulich, Treasurer, California Retired Teachers Association, Inc. of North County Scholarship Foundation, PO Box 1636, Valley Center CA 92082-1636.