Lisa Sechrist Memorial Foundation > Scholarship > How To Apply
Directions for the completion of the application:
  1. Please Download & review the administrative guidelines, and sign where indicated to signify your understanding of the terms of the scholarship.
  2. Fully complete the Candidate Section, including the Personal Information, Financial Aid, and Essay Sections. You are welcome to attach additional pages if needed. Please clearly label any additional pages by Section.
  3. Provide your Guidance Counselor with the Guidance Counselor Section page of the application package. This page should be sent directly to the Selection committee at the address provided.
  4. The Teacher Recommendation Section page should be given to the teacher of your choice for completion and submission directly to the Selection Committee at the address provided. There is no requirement that this be a current teacher – only that you have been a student in this teacher’s class sometime in your educational career.
  5. The Personal Reference Section is optional. You are welcome to submit up to two personal references. There are no restrictions regarding your choice of reference. They may be from family members, employers, teachers, or anyone in the community.

When the package is complete, but no later than March 31st of each year, please mail it to the Lisa Sechrist Memorial Foundation Scholarship Selection Committee, C/O Brookfield Residential, Attn: Kim Mackmin at 3201 Jermantown Rd., Suite 300, Fairfax, VA 22030. It will be held by the committee until the Teacher and Guidance Counselor Sections are received. If it is noted that Personal References are expected to be mailed directly, the package will also be held until these are received. The scholarship will be awarded within approximately 30 days and no later than the end of the school year.



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