this link. Interested seniors must have earned a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and plan to attend a 2 or 4-year school next academic school year. They must also attend one of these West Contra Costa high schools: DeAnza, El Cerrito, Greenwood Academy, Hercules, Kennedy, Leadership Public, Middle College, North Campus, Pinole Valley, Richmond, Salesian, and Vista. The scholarships are funded by the Chevron Richmond Policy, Government & Public Affairs (PGPA) department in partnership with the Richmond Black History Awareness Celebration (BHAC) Committee. “We are proud to provide a scholarship program that honors deserving students in our community, and to provide that extra guidance as they face the challenges of a college education,” said Andrea Bailey, community engagement manager for Chevron Richmond. Anyone with questions should email RichmondCE@chevron.com.