Frequently Asked Questions
A – MLSF does not confirm receipt of the applications. Applicants should double-check the address prior to mailing and endeavor to mail their applications in a timely manner
A – Recipients are notified in writing once they are selected. In addition, Information about the recipients will be posted to the MLSF Website (http://www.mlsf.org/AwardRecipients.html) approximately by August 1st. You may also refer to SECTION 2-E of the MLSF Bylaws for additional information.
A – All applications are carefully checked by the Officers and Board of Directors who make the final decisions based on the information received. You may also refer to SECTION 2-D of the MLSF Bylaws for additional information
A – There is no minimum or maximum words limit. However, it is important that the subject chosen is directly dealt with. The applicant should use discretion regarding the length of the essay, inasmuch as there are many other essays the Board will read.
A – The transcript does have to be official.
A – The letters do not have to be only from teachers. Pastors and other responsible persons who are well acquainted with the applicant may provide recommendations on official letterheads.
A – Please discuss with your tax advisor to determine what documentation they can provide you to support your status. It is obligatory that you provide some financial information.
A – Anyone can apply provided they are able to supply the required information at the time their application is submitted.
A – Applicants MUST be Residents in the State of Florida; however they may attend any college in the Continental United States.
A – Please refer to the Bylaws under ARTICLE 10: AWARDS – A, B and C