CRPAF Scholarship Program

The CRPA Foundation works to preserve the traditional and historic role of the individual citizen to hunt, conserve and preserve California’s natural resources, promote both recreational and competitive shooting sports and annually benefit scientific and public interest programs and activities that further advance its mission to promote and defend the Second Amendment rights of all law-abiding citizens in California. With a growing anti-gun bias on California’s college campuses, the CRPA Foundation seeks to foster growth of pro-2A communities on college campuses and to spark a revitalization of shooting sports across the state.

The CRPA Foundation currently offers both a Shooting Sports Scholarship and Wildlife Conservation Scholarship. These scholarships are intended to support collegiate bound students that believe in the preservation of the Second Amendment and conservation of wildlife in California.

Let the CRPA Foundation help further your education while being an ambassador for the Second Amendment community. Current and incoming college students may apply for any open scholarship

We are committed to supporting pro-2A students who carry passion in all that they do. If you have a passion for the Second Amendment, hunting and conservation, or just simply love to shoot, apply for a scholarship from the CRPA Foundation today.

The deadline to apply is March 31.

Wildlife Conservation Scholarship – $1,000

This scholarship is dedicated to students that are active in the community providing leadership and service in the mission to preserve California Wildlife. This scholarship is awarded annually.

Shooting Sports Scholarship – $1,000

This scholarship is dedicated to students who have financial need and demonstrate passionate engagement in the shooting sports community. This scholarship is awarded annually.

Scholarship Checklist

To be considered for a scholarship, you will need to submit the following materials:

  • Copy of Acceptance Letter from chosen college,
  • Most Recent Unofficial Transcript,
  • Completed Application,
  • and Typed Essay (500-750 word count).

Please Mail All Materials to:

The CRPA Foundation | Attn: Scholarship Program
271 E. Imperial Highway, Suite 620. Fullerton, CA 92835
or email your application to contact@crpa.org.

If you have any questions regarding scholarships, or would like to request a paper application, please email contact@crpa.org.

2020 CRPAF Scholarship Recipients