CHILDREN’S SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Each year our Plan Administrators, California Public Safety Administrators, Inc., donate 8 scholarships to the children of CLEA and CAPF Plan Participants. Scholarship distribution consists of eight awards of $500 each divided equally between children of CLEA, CAPF and NPFBA Plan Participants.
6 scholarships available to High School Seniors (3 to children of CLEA Plan Participants and 3 to children of CAPF Plan Participants). Children of NPFBA participants are also eligible.
2 scholarships available to students continuing at a community college, university, vocational or technical school.(1 to a child of a CLEA Plan Participant and 1 to a child of a CAPF Plan Participant). Children of NPFBA participants are also eligible.
This is a valuable opportunity to provide your children with scholarship money in order to help them attain their higher education goals!
Please check in for the 2022 Information and Application Packet
We are very pleased to announce the following four students have been awarded the Children’s Scholarships for 2022:
High School Recipients
Abigail Cotton college of choice: Texas A&M
Major: Animal Science
Active parent: Phillip Cotton, Oceanside Fire Dept.
Casey Addicks college of choice: USC Annenberg School
Major: Journalism and Communications
Active parent: Rick Addicks, Ross Valley Fire Dept.
Wyatt Erickson college of choice: UC Santa Barbara
Active parent: Kevin Erickson, Vacaville Fire Dept.
Tori Purcell college of choice: unknown 4-year university
Active parent: Stephen Purcell, Richmond Police Dept.
Isabella Sevilla college of choice: University of San Diego
Major: Political Science
Active parent: Angel Sevilla, San Diego Co. DSA
Ariana Moore college of choice: University of San Diego
Active parent: Sha-Nay Rodriguez, San Bernardino Co. Probation
Ahndiya Kiburi continuing college of choice: University of California
Major: Internal Relations
Active parent: Mashaad Kibury, Salinas Fire Dept.
Hailey Tripp continuing college of choice: Simpson University
Active parent: Kara Taylor, Santa Cruz District Attorney’s Office