Who can apply and criteria for applicants
- Applicant must be a teen mother or father (defined as having a child at age 19 or younger) and under the age of 26. Applicant should be 25 or under at application submission
- Applicant must be raising or actively involved in child’s life (defined by regular support and care of your child)
- Applicant must be attending – or planning to attend – a two or four-year college starting the Fall of 2018 in Delaware and seeking an undergraduate degree
- Applicant should have a C average or above
- Applicant must be a US citizen or Legal Resident of the US
- Once accepted, Scholars must take a minimum of 6 credits each semester
If accepted into the HAAFP Scholar Program, you will receive
- A strong support network that includes a one-on-one Mentor providing emotional support and guidance for every scholar to achieve their dream of graduating college.
- Bi-monthly Life skills classes through workshops and training events.
- A need based Tuition Scholarship
Process for becoming a Hope and a Future Project Scholar
- Complete the application and submit by April 15, 2018
- Submit two letters of recommendation
- Submit an official and recent school transcript, including cumulative grade point average, or GED certificate.
- Submit a copy of Student Aid Report (SAR) or proof of FAFSA submission
- Submit essay question
- Meet with a Hope and a Future Project representative for interview
- Complete mandatory scholar training
Complete form below to get more information on applying, or download and complete the full application and email to email@example.com.