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F:\GGRASF\11-12\Application 11-12 Completed.doc SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS Deadline: Must be received by April 30, 2011 Attachments: 1. General Information Sheet 2. Official Application Checklist Form 3. Official Student Application 4. Confidential Assessment Form Applicant Procedures: 1. Read the information thoroughly; 2. Complete the attached Official Application (4 pages); 3. Prepare and attach to the Application your personal essays; 4. Secure two (2) letters of recommendation from individuals not related to you, who can attest to your character and integrity; 5. Submit the Confidential Assessment Form to your hospitality program teacher(s) and/or counselor(s) for their required evaluations. Ask your teacher(s) or counselor(s) to mail or fax the completed form to the GGRASF office no later than April 30, 2011 or include a sealed original with the application packet; 6. Request your school send a copy of your transcripts directly to the GGRASF office no later than April 30, 2011; 7. Mail the completed application packet: official application, essays, letters of recommendation, and transcripts to the GGRASF office for receipt no later than April 30, 2011 . Foundation Procedures: 1. Application Review : At this time, the Trustees will look for general requirements: complete application packet, minimum grade point average, letters of recommendation, and completed assessment. 2. Personal Interview : If your application and all requirements are met, you may receive a notice inviting you to appear for a personal interview (approximately 10-15 minutes) at the fund office . 3. Decision : Within two (2) weeks of your interview, you will be informed in writing of the trustees’ decision as to whether or not you have been awarded a scholarship, and the award amount. Should you have any questions, please call the GGRASF at 415.781.5348 ext 2. ± 100 Montgomery Street, Suite 1280, San Francisco, CA 94104 or fax 415.781.3925
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F:\GGRASF\11-12\Application 11-12 Completed.doc GENERAL INFORMATION The Golden Gate Restaurant Association Scholarship Foundation (GGRASF) is an educational arm of the GGRA. The GGRA is the trade association in the San Francisco Bay Area representing restaurant owners and operators. The Foundation was established in 1968 by the members and friends of the GGRA, as a living memorial to David Rubenstein. Mr. Rubenstein served as General Counsel for the Association from the date of its inception in 1938 until his death in 1968. The GGRASF is a non-profit corporation operating under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It was established to encourage, and provide assistance for, individuals who wish to further their education in pursuit of careers in the foodservice and hospitality industry. Only California residents (at the time of initial application) enrolled in educational institutions operating under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3), or institutions approved by the Board of Trustees, are eligible to apply.
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