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Apply for the Coca-Cola Scholars Program Scholarship

The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation is looking for 150 incredible high school seniors from across the country to join their 30th class of Coca-Cola Scholars. Students who are selected as Coca-Cola Scholars will receive a $20,000 scholarship to the college of their choice and will be welcomed into a community of nearly 6,000 program alumni who have a shared desire to bring better to the world.

Students may apply on the Foundation’s website, www.coca-colascholarsfoundation.org, now through October 31 at 5 p.m. Eastern.

Applicants must be high school seniors with at least at 3.0 GPA, and full eligibility requirements are available on their website.

The Coca-Cola Scholars Program Scholarship is an achievement-based scholarship. Students are recognized for their capacity to lead and serve, as well as their commitment to making a significant impact on their schools and communities. With the 29th class in 2017, the Foundation has provided over 5,850 Coca-Cola Scholars with more than $63 million in educational support.

The 150 students selected will travel to Atlanta, the international headquarters of The Coca-Cola Company, for Scholars Weekend on April 19-22, 2018. During the four-day weekend, the Scholars will participate in a Leadership Development Institute to further enhance their leadership skills, tour local landmarks, engage with former Coca Cola Scholars, and participate in a group community service project. The 2018 Class of Coca-Cola Scholars will also be the guests of honor at the 30th annual Scholars Banquet, where they will be celebrated by representatives from the Coca-Cola system, educators, local dignitaries, and friends of the Scholars Foundation.

 

Submit Customer Service Request- Traffic or Work Zone Concern (CalTrans)

Senator Steven Bradford is working with the California Department of Transportation (CalTrans) to get the word out about a new online resource for constituents to use to help identify road maintenance needs and hazardous conditions.

CalTrans responded quickly to the constituent concerns by creating a customer service webpage, which allows citizens to seamlessly submit a Traffic or Work Zone Concern Form online.  Constituents can report any issues from potholes and broken sprinklers, to malfunctioning traffic signals and litter.    

The link to the customer service request page can be found on Senator Bradford’s Senate website under the resources section:

https://csr.dot.ca.gov/

 

Apply for The California Legislative Black Caucus Scholarship Program

The California Legislative Black Caucus (CLBC) Scholarship Program was established to assist deserving students by offering financial assistance to help meet educational expenses.

http://blackcaucus.legislature.ca.gov/clbc-scholarship-program

 

Apply for and be a part of The California Legislative Fellows Program

Established in 1973, the California Senate Fellows (CSF) program is one of the oldest and most distinguished service learning programs in the country. The CSF program grew out of a desire to provide people with insight into the legislative process through experiential learning. It offers college graduates a paid, full-time legislative staff position in the State Capitol for 11 months.

http://www.csus.edu/calst/senate/

 

Calling All Science Minds !! Apply for the California Center on Science and Technology Fellows Program

Each year, CCST recruits a corps of PhD scientists and engineers to spend one year in Sacramento serving the California State Legislature. Working as legislative staff in the State Senate or State Assembly, these scientific minds get a front-row seat learning about the craft and process of lawmaking in the State of California. Talented scientists and engineers gain valuable career training in public policy, and lawmakers gain access to science-savvy staff to help them craft fact-based policies for California's future.

http://fellows.ccst.us/

 

Want to participate in the Chicano Youth Leadership Program ?  Apply Now !

CLYLP is a statewide, community-based organization founded in 1982. Our mission is to enhance and build the leadership potential of California’s Chicano/Latino youth to build communities and create a stronger more prosperous state and nation.  CLYLP programs connect young people with community volunteers, policymakers and professionals to:

  • Motivate leadership and civic engagement by strengthening cultural identity, self-confidence and community connections.
  • Open doors to academic achievement, career growth and leadership opportunities.

http://clylp.org/