Iranian Scholarship Foundation Encourages Student Applications

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A graduate of Gannon University in Eerie, Pennsylvania, Mohsen Grayeli works as president of ASAP, LLC, in Washington, DC. A strong philanthropist in the Washington, DC, area, Mohsen Grayeli supports a variety of health care, arts, and civic organizations, including the Iranian Scholarship Foundation (ISF).

A nonprofit organization, the ISF gives scholarships to students of Iranian descent who live in the United States. These students exhibit stellar academic achievement, strong community involvement, and financial need. The organization hopes to help these students achieve their educational dreams while remaining tied to the community through their service.

To apply for the undergraduate scholarship, students must:

* Be enrolled in an accredited four-year university
* Be of Iranian descent
* Have a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher
* Achieve at least am 1850 SAT or 27 for ACT if applying as a high school student
* Participate in community service.

From there, they must complete an application and submit an IRS form stating they need financial assistance. Pertaining to academics, they need to give two letters of recommendation, transcripts from high school and undergraduate program if applicable, and an essay describing their aspirations for the future.

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The Iranian Scholarship Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship

 

ISF and the Momeni Family Foundation Scholarships

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Iranian Scholarship Foundation
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Mohsen Grayeli serves as owner and president of ASAP, LLC, a holding company founded in 2003, which invests in residential real estate and home remodeling services. Outside of his professional responsibilities, Mohsen Grayeli is an active supporter of several charities including the Iranian Scholarship Foundation (ISF).

Based in California and run mainly by volunteers, the ISF is a non-profit organization that provides scholarships to students of Iranian descent who exhibit exceptional academic potential, dedication to community service, and significant economic need. The organization provides several types of scholarships specifically intended for undergraduate applicants. Through the years, the ISF has partnered with several Iranian-American philanthropists who have set up scholarship funds for deserving students.

One of these scholarship funds is facilitated through the Momeni Family Foundation. Every year, the foundation provides ten scholarships in amounts between $500 and $1000 to graduating high school students and current college students of all levels from undergraduate to PhD, regardless of their country of residence. On top of this, the foundation provides three additional scholarships to graduating high school seniors who have achieved permanent residency status in the United States.