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Student Assistance Award Application

Caribbean American for Community Involvement in Florida, Inc. (CAFCI) is a community-based organization in the Royal Palm Beach area.


Each year we offer deserving high school graduates the opportunity to apply for a monetary "Student Assistance Award" from our organization. Students applying must have at least a cumulative 3.0 GPA for seven semesters and demonstrate continuous academic success throughout their high school tenure to be eligible for an award.


Applicants must show that they have participated in school and community activities and must show an interest in the Caribbean community. The monetary assistance is awarded to students who are going on to a college, university, or other accredited institution of higher learning. If selected, the student must provide proof of acceptance from the accepting school before receiving the award 

Eligibility Requirements:

Appplicant must:

1.      Be a resident of Palm Beach County, Florida

2.      Currently attend high school in Palm Beach County, and is expecting to graduate in May 2018

3.      Demonstrate an interest in Caribbean-American affairs.

4.      Provide a completed signed application postmarked no later than Wednesday February 28, 2018.

5.    Be available for an Interview - Date and Time to be determined

6.      Attend Presentation of Awards Ceremony if selected, on Saturday May 5, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. 


1. Recipients will be notified by telephone

2. Recipients unable to attend the award ceremony will receive the award in person at CAFCI's board or general meeting


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