De Anza Carolee Erickson Memorial ICC Scholarship

Carolee Erickson was a non-traditional student returning to school after raising a family as a single parent and grandmother and working in the jewelry business. She was involved in the Baha’I Club, Future Teachers Club, and Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society before becoming ICC Chairperson for the 1995-96 school year. After her term was completed, cancer that had been in remission returned. She completed her A.A. degree from De Anza College in 1997 despite declining health and received the President’s Award for overcoming adversity. She received her diploma in a wheelchair. She died a few months after graduation before completing her goal of transferring to UC Berkeley as a Secondary Education major and teaching English and History in inner city schools. The ICC scholarship was renamed in her honor.

Purpose: To recognize students who have benefited from their involvement with De Anza Clubs
Amount: Up to eight (8) $1000 Scholarship
Given by: De Anza College Inter Club Council
Deadline: Friday, May 24, 2019

  • Scholarship winners will be presented at the ICC Spring Finale on Wednesday, June 5, 2019 at 1:30 pm in the Student Council Chambers, lower level of the Hinson Campus Center.

De Anza Inter Club Council (ICC)
Up to 8 ($1000 EACH)
De Anza College
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please upload a copy of your full academic unofficial De Anza College grade transcript.
  2. Please list your De Anza club activities (such as club committees, being an officer or committee chair, volunteer at club events, etc) along with a brief description of those responsibilities and the length of time of your involvement (month/year to month/year) DO NOT list any on/off campus paid employment or any DASB Senate-related activities.
  3. Are you currently enrolled and have paid your DASB card fee?
  4. Have you ever been or are you currently an ICC Chair Officer?
  5. Are you a currently an active member of at least 1 De Anza club and have you been so for at least 1 quarter?
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