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GCUSBC Youth Leaders
If you're enthusiastic, energetic and ready to take a leadership role in promoting the sport of bowling, then GCUSBC wants you to become a Youth Leader. Put your leadership skills to use and earn scholarship money for college through the USBC Youth Leaders program.
As a USBC Youth Leader, you'll be a key part of the GCUSBC's youth bowling efforts, helping to shape the future of our sport and expand GCUSBC Youth membership. By becoming a GCUSBC Youth Leader, you'll learn important skills and have a dynamic role in making important decisions for bowling, including coordinating and leading meetings, coordinating youth programs and recruiting bowlers, fundraising, planning tournaments, awarding scholarships, and coaching, training and mentoring youth bowlers.
The best GCUSBC Youth Leaders aspire to win the Youth Ambassador of the Year Award and the $1,000 scholarship that goes with it. Two Youth Ambassadors of the Year - one male and one female - are selected each year and one winner may be chosen to join the IBC Youth Committee.
Florida State USBC Youth Scholarship Program
Eligibility RulesAny graduating High School Senior Student, College Student, or Trade or Technical Student, providing his or her amateur standing is maintained, is eligible to complete an application for this scholarship. Students may receive this scholarship only two (2) times.Students must meet the following requirements:(a) USBC Youth bowlers have not reached their 20th birthday as of August 1st of the current season and have maintained compliance with USBC Youth Rule 400. File an application furnished by the FSUSBC Scholarship Committee. All information must be complete and returned to the Chairman of the Scholarship Committee of the FSUSBCY, Inc. before May 30, 2020.(b) Maintain a legal residence in the State of Florida;(c) Is a participating member of a youth/collegiate bowling league certified in the State of Florida by USBC and be in good standing for the current season.(d) IMPORTANT UPDATE due to the recent school closures for COVID-19:
Almost all counties use a Web site called Focus, where students can print out their records (including GPA). Students should check to see what Web site or portal is used by their county.If that is not available and the applicant is a senior, the applicant would need to include their most recent report card from this year, and their final report cards from 9th, 10th, and 11th grades or;If the applicant is already in college, they would need to include their final report cards from all four years of high school (grades 9-12)