Greetings from Chico Community Scholarship Association,
We are contacting you regarding your upcoming interview for a CCSA scholarship. (You should have been previously notified by your counselor that you had an interview sometime between March 24th and March 26th.) Unfortunately, we had to take the unprecedented step to cancel all in-person student interviews.
We did not take this decision lightly. However, given that Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, our federal government has declared a national emergency, and we are obligated to practice social distancing for public health reasons, it was abundantly clear we needed to take this step. As an organization with a mission to support our local community, we must put the health and well-being of our community -- especially the most vulnerable -- first. We hope you understand.
We want to assure you this does not change your consideration for a scholarship. It just means that some of our donor groups will not have the chance to meet you and ask you questions.
Please reply to this email as soon as possible so that we know you have received this notification. We don’t want you to show up for an interview that will not be taking place.
Thank you for taking the time to apply for a scholarship through the Chico Community Scholarship Association. Our CCSA board members, and those in our donor community, are continually inspired and impressed by the achievements, dedication, and resilience of our local high school seniors.
We wish you all the best, now and in the future. In the meanwhile, be well, stay safe, and please follow all recommended social distancing procedures.
Chico Community Scholarship Association
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