Available Scholarships:

  • Dr. Marc Eisen Scholarship Award: Two (2) $500 scholarships to be awarded to the fastest male and female students in CT

    The CCAP is hosting indoor cycling competitions at high schools around CT to discover the fastest student cyclists in the state. The male and female students that post the best times at their school competitions will be invited to the season championship event on Friday, May 19 with the opportunity to earn a $500 Dr. Marc Eisen Scholarship Award for college by winning the championship competition. The cycling club of each winning student will also receive a separate $125 award to encourage continued success of the club.

  • Dr. Marc Eisen Leadership Award: One (1) $500 scholarship to be awarded

    All students in CCAP high school cycling clubs may apply at any time for the $500 Dr. Marc Eisen Leadership Award. This award is given once a year to the student that shows the greatest dedication to cycling at their school and in their community. One page essays submitted by students will be evaluated to determine the winner.

  • Scholarship Eligibility and Requirements:

    • Candidates of a Dr. Marc Eisen Scholarship Award and Leadership Award are required to submit a one-page essay by May 7, 2017 to Failure to submit an essay will deem a student ineligible to win a scholarship.
    • Essays should describe a student’s experience in their CCAP high school cycling club:
      1. Describe a student’s regular season participation in club practices and race events
      2. Demonstrate a commitment to team success
      3. Illustrate the impact cycling has made on the student
      4. Testimonial from a coach or teammate
    • 9th through 12th grade boys and girls
    • Students must be actively registered with the CCAP cycling club at their high school
    • All Scholarships will be announced on May 19, 2017. Awards will be given by May 31, 2017

      Dr. Marc Eisen Scholarship and Leadership Awards are intended solely for educational expenses.

      Contact Dave Hoyle with questions: