SACRAMENTO – The California Statewide Law Enforcement Association’s (CSLEA) application deadline has passed and CSLEA’s Membership Coordinator Kara Gapske is currently preparing the applications received for the Scholarship Committee’s review and evaluation.
“CSLEA first verifies the qualification of the applications, then redacts identifying information so that scholarship committee members can evaluate and score applications based on merit only,” said CSLEA President Alan Barcelona. “The process of evaluating and scoring 39 applications can be lengthy and our committee members volunteer their time. I thank them for their participation in our effort to award eight $1,000 scholarships.”
The scholarships are made possible through generous, tax-deductible contributions to CSLEA’s non-profit Consumer Protection and Public Safety Foundation. No amount of membership dues money is used for CSLEA scholarships.
Scholarship awards will be distributed by August 20, 2021.