To promote driver safety and awareness among young people, Civil Service Employees Insurance Company (CSE) will award in each of the following areas: Northern California, Southern California, and Arizona/Nevada/Utah one $1500, one $1000, one $500, and one $250 scholarship. A maximum of one each will be awarded to a child of a full-time public employee, based on an essay discussing ways the teenage automobile accident rate can be reduced. CSE, a California-based company, has provided personal automobile insurance to public employees and their families for over half a century.
-Applicant must be a California, Arizona, Nevada or Utah resident attending his or her senior year of high school. – Applicant must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. -Applicant must have been accepted to an accredited two- or four-year college or university, or trade school, in the United States, with intent to enroll as a full-time freshman by the Fall 2012 session. -The applicant’s parent or legal guardian must be currently employed full-time by — or if retired or deceased, must have been employed full-time by — a government entity. – This definition of public employee includes, but is not limited to, peace officers; firefighters; educators; postal employees; military personnel; and federal, state, and local government workers. CSE employees, employees’ relatives, and its agents and vendors are not eligible.