The AAU is proud to announce the 2014 AAU High School Scholarship Award and Scholarship Program. The Committee will be awarding a total of $35,000 in Scholarship Funds to eight (8) different recipients; four (4) male and four (4) female athletes. This award is available to high school seniors who are or have been an AAU participant in any sport. The AAU High School Scholarship Award and Scholarship Program emphasizes certain qualities in the individual athletes, including leadership, character, sportsmanship, academics, and accomplishments in their sports. The deadline to enter is April 1st, 2014 by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time.
Last year, Patricia Jean Mook and Josh Stamp were recognized as the two winners of the 2013 AAU High School Scholarship Award. They were chosen out of 2,300 participants and were each awarded a $10,000 scholarship to the college of their choice. For the full story, including video interviews with the winners, click HERE.
For more information on this award, visit our website HERE.
To apply for the 2014 AAU High School Scholarship Award and Scholarship Program, click HERE.
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