1033 Scholarship bannerThe Utah 1033 Foundation is now accepting applications for our 2013-2014 Leadership Awards scholarship program

PARK CITY, UTAH – The Utah 1033 Foundation has created a scholarship fund dedicated to supporting children and dependents of active Utah state law enforcement officers. The Leadership Awards scholarship program will award up to five $2000 merit-based grants to Utah’s future leaders. Applicants will be asked to share their experiences and thoughts relating to the topic of leadership.

“The establishment of a scholarship fund allows us to demonstrate our support not only for the families of Utah’s officers killed in the line of duty but also for the dependents of those currently serving their communities,” says Tore Steen, Co-founder of The Utah 1033 Foundation. “We believe that offering scholarships is another meaningful way to give back to Utah’s law enforcement personnel and their loved ones.”

Each application will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
• 30% based on academic standing, which will include the overall GPA, an evaluation of the applicant’s curriculum, and class ranking
• 30% based on the content and composition of the essay
• 40% based on school and community service and leadership experience as detailed in the School and Community Service form

Applications must be accompanied by a current school transcript, a signed release form, and a completed School and Community Service form. Applications must be postmarked by February 28, 2014. The Utah 1033 Foundation’s Scholarship Committee will announce winners on April 1, 2014. You can email with questions.


Click here for details of The Utah 1033 Foundation 2014 Scholarship Program:

The Utah 1033 Foundation Scholarship Process

Download The Utah 1033 Foundation 2014 Scholarship Application here:

Utah 1033 2014 Scholarship Application