CVSA is now accepting applications for college scholarship awards from students who will be graduating from high school in 2023 and attending college in fall 2023-2024.
The Alliance will award $5,000 college scholarships to two select outstanding high school seniors by weighing academic performance, volunteer work/community service and extracurricular activities. Students who meet the following criteria are eligible to apply for the scholarship award. The candidate must:
- Be a legal dependent of a Class I Member, Class II Local Member, Class III Associate Member or Class IV Federal Member (cannot be a legal dependent of a member of the CVSA Board of Directors)
- Be a graduating high school senior
- Have a minimum high school grade point average (or equivalent) of 3.0
- Be a citizen or permanent legal resident of Canada, Mexico or the U.S.
CVSA has launched a brand-new online application submission process for this year’s college scholarship award applications.
Go to the online college scholarship application submission form.
All applications and corresponding documentation must be received by Friday, April 28.
Recipients will be selected by the CVSA College Scholarship Award Program selection committee and notified of the committee’s decision. Payment will be made to the scholarship award recipient’s school of choice upon notification and in accordance with the school’s scholarship guidelines.
Questions about the CVSA College Scholarship Award Program? Contact CVSA Membership Coordinator Iris Leonard.
The CVSA College Scholarship Award Program is dedicated to Gary E. Curtis. While working for the Virginia State Police, Gary was an active member of CVSA and a cornerstone in the development of the roadside North American Standard Inspection Program. Gary was recruited by the Interstate Commerce Commission and later focused on commercial motor vehicle safety programs as the federal government restructured and developed the Office of Motor Carrier Safety (OMCS) under the Federal Highway Administration. Gary retired from the OMCS and came to CVSA in 1992, faithfully serving as the Alliance’s director of technical services. His efforts and contributions helped form the solid base upon which CVSA now proudly stands. Gary lost his life to cancer in 1998.