Memorial Scholarship

Timothy Conley Baldwin Leadership Scholarship

Timothy Conley Baldwin Leadership Scholarship

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Timothy Conley Baldwin Leadership Scholarship

This scholarship was created in 2005 to honor the late Timothy Conley Baldwin.Tim started visiting San Benito County regularly in 1962 and moved here in 2001. He was a graduate of the University of San Francisco. Tim was employed by UCSF in the Department of Environmental Health and Safety, as well as the Human Resources Department. He was a past member of the Press and Union League Club and was active in volunteer work.

The scholarship is available to high school graduates residing in San Benito County who are driven and passionate in developing and expanding their leadership skills through higher education. Students achieving the ability to affect change will bring leadership back to San Benito County and enrich our community.

Student must plan to enroll or is currently enrolled in a college, or university, vocational school.


Up to $2,000
Renewable up to 4 years

Eligibility Requirements

  • Excited about leadership roles
  • Graduating high school senior or graduate of a public or private high school
  • A San Benito County resident
  • GPA 3.0 or higher (recommended)
  • Planning to enroll or currently enrolled in a college, university, or vocational school
  • United State citizen or eligible non-citizen

A Complete Application includes:

  • Scholarship Application
  • 2 letters of recommendation (one from a teacher or academic advisor, one from a community member)
  • Personal Statement (1 1/2 - 2 pages double spaced) sharing your own understanding of leadership and two leadership traits you think will help you succeed in achieving a higher education
  • Transcript (official or unofficial)

Congratulation to our 2021 recipient Anton Borges!

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“On behalf of myself and my family, I would like to convey my honor and gratitude for your scholarship award, and investing in my college education. I will do my best to reciprocate your faith in me by successfully continuing my education and earning an engineering degree.” — Anton Borges