The Pacific Coast Corvettes (PCC) club scholarship in the amount of $3000 will be offered to an eligible candidate who is a graduating senior at a high school within the Capistrano Unified School District. Because PCC wishes to encourage automobile enthusiast activities and the continued advanced development of automotive technology, this scholarship is supportive of, but not necessarily limited to, that end. Applications forms are available on PCC’s website at www.pccvettes.org. or by email request to Scholarship@pccvettes.org. Completed applications may be mailed USPS to Pacific Coast Corvettes, 23785 El Toro Road, #251, Lake Forest, CA 96230-4762, or emailed to Scholarship@pccvettes.org.
To be eligible to receive this scholarship grant, applicants must have been accepted by an accredited college or university, post-secondary school, or technical trade school and planning to enroll or be enrolled in at least 12 class hours per semester. Preference will be given to applicants pursuing a S.T.E.A.M. major or be enrolled in an accredited technical trade school. Other qualifications being equal, preference may be given to those applicants who are able to demonstrate a genuine interest in automobiles and automotive related activities.
While academic performance and extracurricular activities will be considered, apparent financial need and work and/or volunteer experience will also be considered in the application review process. To be considered for the scholarship award, the applicant must meet the requirements described on this page and submit a completed application package (i.e.,  the completed Scholarship Application form,  Application Questionnaire, and  an essay as described below.)
PCC will consider only those applications received or postmarked by March 31st. Selection of the intended scholarship recipient will be made by April 30th provided the applicant is able to provide a letter of acceptance from the college or university or post-secondary school. Scholarship recipients who fail to provide proof of enrollment in an approved college, university, or trade school program, by May 15th may have their scholarship award selection rescinded and the scholarship award may be given to another qualified applicant. The scholarship disbursement will be made in September subject to verification of enrollment. Scholarship funds may, at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee, be remitted to the selected applicant or directly to the school.
The PCC Scholarship Committee will consider all information provided by each of the scholarship applicants and determine, in its sole discretion, that applicant who best suited to meet the intent and purpose of PCC in offering this scholarship. The PCC Scholarship Committee may, at its discretion, interview potential scholarship awardees prior to making its decision. The decision of the PCC Scholarship Committee is final.
Pacific Coast Corvettes Scholarship Application Form
Application submitted must be postmarked or received by email on or before March 31st. This Application Form must be completed and submitted with your application packet. All information will be treated confidentially and reviewed only by members of the PCC Scholarship Committee.