Provides a cohort experience, leadership training, and individual support for navigating options after high school, as well as access to a peer mentor and scholarship for students who enroll in post-secondary education.
To be *eligible to participate in MAP, applicant must be...
- A resident of or attending high school on one of Maine's year-round, un-bridged islands
- Currently enrolled in or have graduated from the highest grade available at your island school
- Current high school junior or senior
*Extenuating circumstances regarding age and island residency considered on a case-by-case basis (including magnet student situations)
Scholarship Amount: • $2,000 scholarships for post-secondary education • MAP scholars who successfully meet program requirements will receive a scholarship of $500/year for up to four years of post-secondary study or training
• Personal/School Information
• Personal Statement
Rolling application beginning January 1st of junior year through to senior year.
Application Opening Date: Rolling application beginning January 1st of junior year through to senior year
Nonspecific to course of study