If you would like to be added to our distribution list for the 2022-2023 scholarship season, please complete this form. Please note the following:
Requesting an application will add you to our distribution list, this is not the same as nominating a student for our scholarship program.
All schools that request an application will be added to our distribution list for our next scholarship season. All requests must come from educators or school administrators. Requests cannot be made for individual students, nor can applications be sent to students’ homes or personal emails. This policy ensures that educators can complete a fair and impartial nomination process to determine which student at their school would best meet the requirements for a Carson Scholarship.
If you fall into one of these categories, the Carson Scholars Fund has an existing relationship with and already distributes scholarship applications annually:
*If you are in one of these categories and the contact information for your school has changed (i.e. new principal, different contact person, etc.) please email email@example.com.
All educators are welcome to request an application by completing the Application Request Form below. At this time, our school nomination procedures do not allow homeschool parents or tutors to request applications unless all qualifying conditions as outlined in the Goals of the Carson Scholars Program are met.
If you are a parent or student that would like to request an application, please communicate your interest in having your school participate in the program by contacting an educator, guidance counselor or administrator at your school. Suggest that they request an application for your school by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org and following the instructions above. Requests from students, parents or individuals will not be processed.
More information on our scholarship program can be found on the prospective scholars, current scholars, educators, and alumni pages.
Please allow up to one week to process your request.