2018 Chicago Stars: The Madison Angus Memorial Scholarship
A Chicago Stars Scholarship in honor of Madison Angus will be awarded based on financial need and will cover the fees for the 2018 summer or 2018 fall season.
In order to qualify for a scholarship, one of the following situations must exist for the applicant:
The player is currently receiving assistance from Free or Reduced School Lunch, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, Aid for Dependent Children (Welfare), Foster Care and/or Medicaid. Please provide a copy of official documentation as proof of need.
Economic hardship exists due to loss of job, death of income producing spouse, divorce, life threatening illness and/or major catastrophe. Please provide any documentation as proof of need.
HOW TO APPLY
In order to apply for the scholarship, the following documentation must be completed and sent by the deadline dates below to firstname.lastname@example.org or to Lakeshore Lacrosse, 20 Danada Square West, Wheaton, IL, 60189.
- Parent Essay (250 words or less) explaining financial circumstances and any documentation of proof that is available.
- Player Essay (250 words or less) explaining how playing lacrosse has impacted your life and what playing for Lakeshore means to you.
- Chicago Stars Travel Scholarship Application. Please email email@example.com for a copy if needed
Summer 2018: May 18th
Fall 2018: August 24th
HOW SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AWARDED
Players and Parents must submit all documentation by the deadline in order to be considered for a scholarship. Applications and supporting documentation should be sent to Lakeshore Lacrosse’s Controller, Gwen Tegart at firstname.lastname@example.org. The documentation will then be forwarded to a panel for anonymous review. The scholarship recipient will be notified within 7 days of submitting an application.
In addition to 4 hours of volunteer work for Lakeshore Lacrosse per season, the recipient must comply with the Chicago Stars (formerly Regional Travel) Player Policy.
A scholarship recipient’s account must be in good standing (all balances have been paid or are on a payment plan)