- be between the ages of 16 – 25 years old
- be a dependent of a parent who was seriously, catastrophically or fatally injured in a work related accident, meeting the criteria of the Georgia Workers’ Compensation Act and resulting in financial need
- Enrolled as a full-time student at a post-secondary school (university, technical college, etc.) or high school. Kids’ Chance does not fund part-time students
- Applicant must not have already obtained a bachelor’s degree. Kids’ Chance does not fund graduate degree programs
Conditions of Application
- Scholarships are awarded for one academic year and each student must reapply each year to continue funding
- Scholarship funding must not exceed five academic years (10 semesters)
- All applications are subject to review by the Scholarship Committee and approval of the full Kids’ Chance of Georgia Board of Directors
- All scholarships are contingent upon funds made available to Kids’ Chance of Georgia
Planning for the Future
Do you qualify for a scholarship but are not yet eligible? That's where our Kids' Chance of America's Planning for the Future initiative can help. This initiative is designed to identify potential scholarship applicants, especially those who are not yet of college-age.
KCOA will collect and maintain your contact information so they can reach out when the time comes to consider options for higher education. KCOA then connects you to the appropriate Kids’ Chance state organization to begin the scholarship application process.
If you are a parent or guardian of a child who may qualify, please visit the link below.