Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation application open

| November 23, 2021
AFFCF is pleased to bring you the latest information about the resources you need to help you and your student get ready for college.
For students who will be enrolling in the Spring 2022 semester, the AFFCF Scholarship application is now open!
Applicants must:
  • Have reached (or will reach) age 18 as a ward of the State of Arizona or in tribal foster care
  • Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 (or have earned their GED)
  • Be under the age of 25
  • Enroll in a minimum of six credit hours in the Spring 2022 semester
The application deadline is December 15th, 2021, click the below link to read the AFFCF scholarship application guidelines and apply!
Please note: Eligible students who will graduate high school or earn their GED in the spring of 2022 should apply for the AFFCF Scholarship in June of 2022 for the Fall 2022 semester.
For students who will be graduating high school or earning their GED in the spring of 2022, students who have graduated recently, or current Phoenix College students who have not yet taken CPD150 Strategies for College Success, it is being offered free of charge at Phoenix College starting in late January 2022!
This is a great opportunity for current high school seniors to take a college class, earn three credit hours, and learn about how to be successful in college so that they will be even more prepared this fall!
Strategies for College Success (CPD 150) will take place Wednesdays from 3:00pm – 4:00pm at Phoenix College beginning on January 26th, 2022.
Please see the below flyer for more information and click the link below to sign up for one of the two upcoming enrollment sessions on December 7th, 2021 or January 5th, 2022.
Students do not need to be members of Keys to Success to apply.
Sign up at the below link!
In case you missed it, Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation (AFFCF) has a digital version of our Post-Secondary Education Resource Guide!
It contains information about college readiness, financial resources for paying for college, on-campus support organizations, enrollment checklists, and more!
All of the links and e-mail addresses in the guide are clickable.
Click the below image to download the guide from AFFCF’s website!
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions!
Erika Klotz
Post-Secondary Program Coordinator
Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation
(602) 775-5786


Category: Education, Educational Opportunities, Programs, Resources

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