“It is one of the beautiful compensations of life, that no man can sincerely help
another without helping himself.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
Students interested in applying for a scholarship from Learning to Serve should download and complete the Student Application. Students will be asked to submit an essay detailing their service experience, including a description of service, hours served, and lessons learned.
All Scholarships awarded by Learning to Serve will be merit based. Our Scholarship Committee will be responsible for reviewing applications and distributing funds. Scholarship applications are received through March 15 of each year for the following school year.
To Apply: Please download and complete the Student Application. Attach your essay containing the following content to your application.
- A full description of the service provided
- A description of the benefits provided
- A description of the individuals who benefited from the service
- A verified record of the time committed to the commissioning of the service during the previous 12 months
- A narrative description, in the students own words, of what benefits they personally experienced in providing the service and what benefits they believe the recipient of the service enjoyed.
- A description of anecdotes and personal experiences that demonstrate the personal effect the service had on the student. How did the experience affect the student and develop the student?s character?
Submit your application and essay to:
Learning to Serve
Attention: Scholarship Committee
12460 Crabapple Road, Suite 127
Alpharetta, Georgia 30004
Eligible Private Schools
Qualified schools are private schools (grades K-12) that meet the following criteria:
* Accredited or in the process of becoming accredited by one or more accreditation agencies:
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools; or
- Georgia Accrediting Commission; or
- Georgia Association of Christian Schools; or
- Association of Christian Schools International; or
- Georgia Private School Accreditation Council; or
- Accrediting Commission for Independent Study; or
- Southern Association of Independent Schools.
* Physically located in Georgia;
* Adheres to the provisions of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964; and
* Satisfies the private school requirements prescribed in Georgia state law.
Opportunities to Serve
“Everybody can be great, because everybody can serve.”
— Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.