Thanks to the generous tax deductible donations made to the CSLEA Foundation, each year the Foundation awards scholarships to CSLEA members, members' spouses and children, to help with the cost of higher education. While a career goal in public safety or consumer protection is encouraged, it is not a requirement to receive a scholarship.
The CSLEA Foundation Scholarship Review Committee receives dozens of applications each year and traditionally awards eight $1,000 scholarships. The scholarship program has been in existence for 17 years.
Scholarship application packets are typically available in February and due in May, with scholarship recipients announced in August or September.
2016/2017 CSLEA Foundation Scholarship Recipients
The California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) is proud to announce the recipients of this year's CSLEA Consumer Protection & Public Safety Foundation Scholarship Awards. This year, the foundation awarded eight applicants with $1,000 dollars each.
"I want to become a lawyer. The reason I want to become a lawyer is to defend police officers in trials."
Parent: Kimberly Miller
Sergio Ramirez II
"It is my goal to obtain a college degree so that I can integrate my technological skills with my concern for humanity to make a contribution to society in a positive way."
Parent: Carmen Ramirez
"I will be majoring in Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior. My long-term goal is to pursue a doctoral degree in physical therapy."
Parent: Warren Sam
"I am planning on majoring in Molecular Cell Biology and taking the courses necessary for getting into medical school."
Parent: Limin Shi
"I hope to become a Certified Child Life Specialist and earn my Master's Degree in Child Life."
Parent: Albert Olivares
"I am going to be majoring in Biology and my future plan is to get my doctorate and become some kind of doctor."
Parent: Maria Roman
"My desire is to ultimately become a doctor, specifically an anatomical forensic pathologist."
Parent: Harley Shallanberger
"I chose to work towards a college education not only because it is a prerequisite for a teaching job, but also because college will help me gain wisdom and further develop my talents."
Parent: Ronald Welsh