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Scholarship Name:
Arizona Community Foundation (ACF) Navajo Youth Achievement Award
Scholarship Description:
Award offered through the ACF to Native Arizona students.
Award Amount:
Number of Scholarships:
Multiple awards
Application Required:
Official Transcript(s) Required:
References and Letter of Recommendations Required:
One (1) letter of recommendation
Interview Required:
Original Essay Required:
Additional Requirements and Information:
1)  Min. 3.0 GPA; 2) Must be a Navajo student in good standing; 3) Must reside within the following communities or Navajo chapters: City of Page or Tuba City, Bodaway/Gap, Cameron, Chilchinbeto, Coalmine, Coppermine, Dennehotso, Inscription House, Kaibeto, Kayenta, LeChee, Navajo Mountain, Oljato, Shonto, or Tonalea Chapters; 4) Financial need required; 5) Must plan to enroll in an extracurricular program; 6) Program must be associated with an educational institution/vendor or nonprofit organization; 7) Copy of Certificate of Indian Blood required; 8) Letter of recommendation must be from a teacher, guidance counselor, employer, coach, mentor, or supervisor; 9) Personal statement required.
  • Application must be received at least thirty (30)  business days prior to program start date or fund deadline.
  • This program does not support athletic programs.
Eligibility Requirements:
Paper application
Additional Applicant Requirements:
Category (ies):
GPA, Residency, Ethnicity, Merit-based, Need-based, Membership, Community Service, Extracurricular Activities
Web Site:
Point of Contact:
Arizona Community Foundation, Scholarships
2201 E. Camelback Road, Suite 405B
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Attn:  Becca Allpow
Telephone:  (602) 682-2051

Deadline: Rolling (Thirty days before start of program)

Note: Scholarship information is ALWAYS subject to change. Interested applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the relevant office to confirm qualification(s), requirements, deadline, and transmission mode(s) and address(es).

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