D'Angelo Cameron and Michael Kokozos, 2015 Frankel-Adair Scholarship Winners
The Frankel-Adair scholarship provides $1,500 in support of post-secondary education to an LGBT student residing in the Greater Philadelphia area. The scholarship honors the late Larry Frankel, former executive and legislative director of the ACLU-PA, and the benefactor, Thomas T. Adair.
According to the terms of the bequest, the Frankel-Adair Scholarship Fund “shall be used for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students to enable or assist them to obtain post-secondary education of any type (college, technical, art, vocational or other education training programs) for students who reside in the Greater Philadelphia area.”
The Frankel-Adair Scholarship was designed with the goal of maximum inclusiveness: it is open to students studying part-time as well as full-time; it is available to students pursuing any post-secondary degree or certification program, and is not restricted to a four-year undergraduate or graduate degree-granting program; there are no limitations on the specific age of the recipient.
To apply, please submit:
◊ E-mail address
◊ Home address:
◊ Do you identify as gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender?
◊ Are you currently enrolled in a post-secondary educational program? (yes, no, part-time)
◊ If you are the recipient, may we use your name in the publicity surrounding this award? If yes, what are your preferred pronouns?
◊ If you are the recipient, will you be willing to attend events surrounding this award?
◊ Please list the names and contact information of the two (2) people whom you have asked to write a letter of recommendation for you (see below):
All materials (except letters of recommendation) should be assembled and sent as one complete application document to email@example.com. Subject line should be your full name and "Frankel-Adair Application."
Applications for the 2016-17 award are now closed. Applications will be accepted for the 2017-18 award starting March 1st, 2017
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-592-1513.