AP Keenan Insurance Scholarships

AP Keenan Insurance Scholarships

The AP Keenan Insurance Scholarships seek to increase the diversity of professionals working within the insurance, risk management, and financial services industry by providing scholarships to underrepresented students at California Community Colleges.

Thanks to a generous donation by AP Keenan, a total of $9,500 is available for 2023. Funds are disbursed to colleges on a first-come-first-served basis, and we encourage scholarship offices to submit invoices through the Foundation for California Community Colleges portal, Submittable, in a timely manner.

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Application Information

The information below is provided for reference only. 

2023 maximum award amounts:

  • $600 per semester or quarter
  • $1,200 per academic year

Student application period: February 1, 2023-October 31, 2023

How to Apply

Students: Submit your application to your Community College Financial Aid or Scholarship Office. Do NOT submit an application directly to FoundationCCC. Scholarships will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, so make sure to apply to your Community College Scholarship or Financial Aid Office as early as possible! 

Scholarship / Financial Aid Offices: You must submit an invoice on behalf of eligible students to FoundationCCC via Submittable here 

Contact us

Jodi Samuels, PhD
Senior Director of Strategic Support for Colleges and Scholars
T: 916.325.1855
E: advancement@foundationccc.org


Foundation for California
Community Colleges

1102 Q Street, Suite 4800
Sacramento, CA 95811

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Fax: 916.325.0844

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