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Girl Scouts of Central Indiana College Scholarships

To apply an applicant must be:
• A member of Girl Scouts of Central Indiana, in good standing
• Eligible for high school graduation during the current academic year
• Planning to attend an institute of higher learning


Guidelines for consideration:
• Involvement and leadership in Girl Scouts
    - Length of membership
    - Involvement in Girl Scouts (trainings, leadership roles, camp, etc.)
    - Earning Girl Scouting’s highest awards
• Academic
    - Grade point average, difficulty of course work
    - Involvement in school community (extracurricular, athletics (school), student government, etc.)
• Community Involvement
    - Involvement in community outside of Girl Scouts and school (civic organizations, athletics (non-school), community service, etc.)     

Complete application packet- 2018 Scholarships Application process is now open.  
• A completed online application form
• Official transcript from the applicant's high school, with class size. Transcripts should be

  • Mailed to:
                            Girl Scouts of Central Indiana
                            Leadership and Learning Center
                            7201 Girl Scout Lane
                            Indianapolis, IN 46214
                            ATTN: Scholarship Committee
  • Emailed to:

                                  Jaime Hubbard

  • Three references from adults who are not relatives (one Girl Scout reference, one academic reference and one personal/character reference).  
  • Once your application is submitted an email containing the link to the reference form will be emailed directly to the references you provide in your application. You will need to be sure to notify these individuals to be on the lookout for this email.

  Applications must be submitted by midnight, March 1, 2018.


Helpful hint: Since we are using an online application form, it will have to be completed all in one seating. Below are some of the longer essay questions that are included in the application, so that you might be able to prepare your answers and then cut and paste them into the application form.
• Summarize your involvement in Girl Scouting as a girl member and how has it made a difference in your life (limit of 300 words)
• What leadership skills did you learn through Girl Scouting and how do you think they will benefit you in the future? Please give specific examples. (limit 500 words)
• Please share your thoughts or plans about your career goals. (limit 250 words)

For additional information contact Jaime Hubbard at 317.924.6859.