Scholarships

I. Magnin Scholarship

The I. Magnin scholarship fund has been established to honor the memory of I. Magnin & Co., a pioneer in fashion retailing from 1876 to 1995, and to further the education of students who are pursuing careers in the fashion industry. This scholarship fund also recognizes the original charter of the Magnin Aid Foundation in assisting students who are facing financial challenges in meeting their educational goals. Scholarships will range from $2000 up to $10,000 as determined by the Scholarship Committee.

Deadline to apply
For Fall scholarship, April 1
For Spring scholarship, November 1

Address:
I. Magnin Scholarship Committee
One Embarcadero Center, Suite 1400
San Francisco, CA 94111
Attn: Ms. Nina Swanson

If you have previously received the scholarship, you may reapply.
We encourage you to apply for the scholarship. Download the  scholarship package for complete information.

 

The California Affiliate of the American

Association of Family and Consumer Sciences 

Bay District is pleased to announce scholarship opportunities for your students in apparel, interiors, nutrition/dietetics, child and family studies and family & consumer sciences education. The application is attached and also on the CA-AFCS website:

http://www.aafcs-ca.org/ca/scholarships-grants/scholarships/

Also on this website is the application for the state association scholarships (recipients for Bay District cannot receive both scholarships, but some students apply for both increasing their chances of getting one!).

Deadline is April 1.

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Bernard L. Hyink Scholarship

California Internship & Work Experience Association

The Bernard Hyink Scholarship is open to undergraduate and graduate students. Any major may apply. The students must have completed an internship, work experience, or co-op between January and December.

 

Download the announcement for complete information and essay requirements.

 

Email essay to: workexperience@ccsf.edu

 

Deadline is December 15.

 

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation

Through the years, CCSF has had multiple winners.  Yes, it is worth up to $40,000 per year renewable. This is the highest and most prestigious scholarship that can be earned by community college students in our nation!

Check the JKC Foundation home page for all the details, application procedures, and Fall deadline.  

 

 

Scheduling a counseling appointment

To schedule a counseling appointment for your certificate, please contact Natalie Smith at natalie.smith@mail.ccsf.edu.

To schedule a counseling appointment for your associates degree, please contact the Continuing Student Counseling Department  at 415-395-8611 to request an appointment with Paula Jung or contact her directly at pjung@ccsf.edu

Please tell the receptionist that you need a one hour appointment for Educational Planning. You may also go directly to one of the counseling offices (MUB 39, Arts 201, Cloud 207) to make the appointment.