Local Scholarships

Seniors 2022

2022 Jerry Robling Scholarship

History:

Jerry Robling was a lifelong resident of Scranton, Pennsylvania, and spent most summers of his adult life at beautiful Lake Winola in Wyoming County. As a youth, Jerry rarely left his South Scranton neighborhood, having attended and graduated from St. Mary of the Assumption Grade and High Schools. That changed dramatically when Jerry joined the Army, and then spent the better part of five years with an anti-aircraft unit in places like North Africa, Italy, and at the end of the War, in Germany. After the War, he completed his college education, earning a degree in accounting from the University of Scranton. He then worked as an Internal Revenue Service auditor for over 30 years.

Jerry and his wife, Marian, who was a teacher for almost forty years, knew the value of getting an education. He also knew that getting a college education had become increasingly difficult as the costs of higher education grew wildly, outpacing the cost of living by a significant amount. Jerry wanted to help kids who grew up like he did to achieve a college education without incurring massive amounts of debt. Consequently, in his Will he established The Jerry Rohling Scholarship.

The Scholarship will be awarded to applicants who live in either Lackawanna or Wyoming County, regardless of where they attend school. The recipient’s award will be for their first year of school and will not be renewable. The scholarship fund is managed by the Trustees Jerry chose, and those individuals will also be responsible for selecting the scholarship recipients. The IRS Form 1023 which was filed with the Internal Revenue Service to create the Private Foundation which oversees the scholarship is available for review upon request.

Deadline:

To be considered for a scholarship, applicants must submit their application and all supporting material on or before June 20, 2022. The completed application should be submitted to the Trustees at the following address:

Jerry Rohling Scholarship Foundation c/o Thomas & Pinnacoli, PLC

345 Wyoming Avenue, Suite 200

Scranton, Pennsylvania 18503

2022 Gretchen Hayes Memorial Scholarship

The Hayes family will be offering a yearly scholarship in honor of their mother and grandmother to a graduating senior of Forest City Regional High School. The scholarship will be awarded yearly to a student who approaches life with optimism, a love of learning, and a desire to make the world a better place; all qualities Mrs. Hayes shared with the students of Forest City Regional during her time here and students around the country during her over 40 years in education.

The amount of the scholarship may vary from $1,000 to $3,000 based on the number of qualified applicants awarded the scholarship and the financial condition of the scholarship fund.

Completed applications along with letters of recommendation, transcript, acceptance letter, and your essay should be emailed to Mr. Zack by Monday, June 6, 2022. The message title must read “Gretchen Hayes Memorial Scholarship Application Packet”. All information must be attached to the same email; screen-shots are acceptable as necessary along with scanned documents/PDFs.

Eligibility Requirements:

  1. Current Senior at Forest City Regional High School
  2. Accepted and planning to attend post-secondary education in a humanitarian field of study (this may include career paths in education, social work, human services, healthcare, etc.)
  3. Minimum 3.0 overall GPA

Award Requirements:

  1. Completed Application
  2. Copy of current transcript
  3. Copy of acceptance letter
  4. 750 word essay describing how you feel you exhibit qualities personified by Mrs. Hayes throughout her time at Forest City Regional. This should include service to others, dedication to learning new things, and a genuine concern for others.
  5. Two (2) letters of recommendation – letters should focus on candidate’s optimism, love of learning, and desire to help others in some capacity.

2022 Erin Jessica Moreken Scholarship

DEADLINE DATE: May 26, 2022

SUBMIT TO: Guidance Counselor (Please type)

This $1000 scholarship was established by the Erin Jessica Moreken Drug & Alcohol Treatment Fund, Inc. in 2014. It was created to assist a graduating senior who has a financial need and is scheduled to graduate in June of the current school year. Criteria for eligibility has been determined as follows:

1. Candidate must be a High School Senior from a local high school.

2. Candidate must have all requirements necessary to graduate in June, 2022.

3. Candidate and/or immediate family member have or have had drug/alcohol issues {also known as Substance Use Disorder), and the candidate has succeeded despite this dysfunction within the family. Candidates who themselves are in recovery must have at least one year sobriety, have a sponsor, and be a member of a support program.

4. Candidate must have been accepted into a post high school program, with plans to further his/her education/career before funds are disbursed. Post high school acceptance letter must accompany application.

5. Scholarship may be awarded anonymously if requested by recipient.

2022 Jordan Underwood Memorial Scholarship

The Jordan Underwood Memorial Scholarship is taking applications until May 15, 2022. The requirements for this scholarship include:

*Enrollment in a two or four year college campus program majoring in Sports Communication or Health/Medical Field.

*GPA - 88 or higher

*A two paragraph essay stating: "Why you feel you should receive Jordan's scholarship?"

2022 Community Forests Scholarship

Community Forests Scholarship For High School Seniors


The Northern Tier Hardwood Association Community Forests Scholarship is offered to all High School Seniors in the nine-county area of Bradford, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Pike, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, Wayne, and Wyoming counties or student members of NTHA. To qualify for the $1500 scholarship, students must complete the following application, providing as much detail as possible, and submit it to: Northern Tier Hardwood Association, PO Box 7, Tunkhannock, PA 18657. One Community Forests Scholarship will be awarded each year.


Deadline for applications is April 30 of each year. In addition, applicants must meet the following criteria:

• Be accepted to a Community/Urban Forestry, Arboriculture, or related field of study

• Be accepted to a Technical School, College or University

• Provide 3 references, including one outside of school

• Provide proof of acceptance, when received

2022 School Counselors Scholarship

Attached you will find the 2021-2022 application for the School Counselors of Northeastern PA Scholarship. This is a one time $500 scholarship awarded to a high school senior whose recommending school counselor is a member in good standing with SCONE. The deadline for submission of materials is May 16, 2022. The winner will be announced shortly after and a plaque will be given to the recommending counselor to be presented at an awards night or graduation ceremony.

As always, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

All application materials and inquiries should be emailed to schoolcounselorsNEPA@gmail.com

School Counselors of NEPA 21-22 Scholarship Application

2022 Stream of Learning Scholarship

Pennsylvania American Water is proud to announce the kickoff of its Annual Stream of Learning Scholarship Program, which provides scholarship assistance to students charting a course of study in fields critical to the water and wastewater industry. New this year, we have increased our scholarship award amount to $5,000 and expanded the eligibility criteria to cast a wider net for potential applicants.

Eligible applicants must be pursuing 2- or 4-year college, university or technical school degrees or certifications in environmental science, biology, engineering, chemistry or DEP-certified water/wastewater operation programs. Qualified applicants must also maintain a permanent residence in Pennsylvania and be attending a Pennsylvania college, university or career/technical school in the 2022-2023 school year.

Applications must be submitted by April 30, 2022. Winners will be selected by a panel of judges and be announced in May. More information and an online application form can be found at https://www.amwater.com/paaw/news-community/careerstream.

2022 Forest City Rotary Scholarship

“Rotary International is an international service organization whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.”


The goal of this local scholarship: The graduating senior should have demonstrated ambition and self-drive as evidenced by community service or work-related activities. The student will have excelled in volunteering/service with the goal of helping others.

Three scholarships will be awarded: one scholarship winner will be chosen from each school: Forest City Regional and Mountain View

Requirements:

1. Fill out the information on the back of this sheet.

2. The student should be in good academic standing and provide official high school transcript.

3. One letter of recommendation from a teacher, employer, or community leader.

4. Letter of acceptance from attending college

5. The winner will provide proof of commitment to college (e.g. deposit info)

6. Write an essay (500 words maximum) describing their community service, why they chose the project/service, and how the community service has impacted others and their own lives.

7. Applications must be handed in to the guidance office by deadline: Friday, May 6, 2022.

2022 PSCA Scholarship

The Pennsylvania School Counselors Association is offering a $1000 award.


Eligibility & General Guidelines:

● Participants should be high school seniors planning to pursue a post-secondary education.

● Please submit a one (1) page essay of no more than 500 words (single spaced, double spaced between paragraphs) on a School Counselor who has made a difference in your academic, career and/or social-emotional development.

● The School Counselor you are writing about must be a certified School Counselor, employed as such in Pennsylvania.

ALL Essays must be submitted electronically at the link below.


Deadline for this scholarship is April 1, 2022. All applicants must meet with Mrs. Lionetti.


Create an account HERE to apply


2022 Andrew Mazza Scholarship

Andrew Mazza Diesel Jam Scholarship Announcement

Deadline: May 16, 2022

Available To: A graduating senior of The Forest City Regional School District, who will be attending a Trade School.

Award Amount: $500.00

Requirements: An essay of approximately 500 words regarding ‘Character’. Prompts may include but not be limited to… What does character mean to you? How would you define character? The importance of character in our lives and in our community. You may also include any personal examples of character.

History of the Andrew Mazza Foundation

The Andrew Mazza Foundation started in 2016, after the sudden loss of Andrew at the age of 23. Andrew was a passenger in a car that had flipped over and became mostly submerged in a creek in Gibson, Pa. When the second passenger was unable to exit the car, Andrew stayed with her and used his legs to keep her high enough so she could reach the air pocket. Thankfully, she lived and unfortunately, Andrew did not. Andrew’s character and courage saved her life. To honor Andrew, we created the Diesel Jam Truck Show in his name. This event now supports 20 scholarships to local high school students, who are entering a trade program as well as students already in Trade Schools. Andrew Mazza Foundation supports local communities through charitable donations and through our annual Truck or Treat Halloween event in Clifford Twp. To see more of what The Andrew Mazza Foundation does, you can go to www.andrewmazzafoundation.com or to our Facebook - The Andrew Mazza Foundation.

2022 Harford Agricultural Society Scholarship

Applicants must:

1. Be a High School Graduate

2. Be currently admitted to a school of advanced education, i.e. college or university

3. Submit a completed application, essay which includes Harford Fair involvement, and TWO letters of recommendation to:

Harford Agricultural Society

c/o Scholarship Selection Committee 485 Fair Hill Rd., New Milford, PA 18834

4. Accepting applications between April 1 and August 31, 2022.

Recipient(s) may receive the Harford Agricultural Society Scholarship more than once.

Application procedures:

1. Complete the application. Attach additional sheets, if necessary.

2. Obtain TWO letters of recommendation from any of the following:

a) School Principal

b) School Teacher/Instructor

c) School Guidance Counselor

d) County Extension Educator

e) 4-H Club Leader

f) Religious Minister/Church Youth Advisor

g) Harford Fair Director, Superintendent, or Department Head

3. Write an essay not to exceed two double-spaced typed pages on the following topic: Ways in which I have been involved in the Harford Fair and how winning the Harford Agricultural Society Scholarship will impact my

education, my major, and my career goals.

2022 Joseph Nebzydoski Scholarship

Applicant Criteria: A graduating senior of Forest City Regional School District

A senior student that has donated a minimum of 30 hours of voluntary community service to either his/her school, fire department, ambulance, church, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, 4-H, etc. or other non-profit agency outside of the school day and NOT part of another project (graduation project, Eagle Scout project, 4-H project, etc.).

It is recommended that the scholarship applicant be enrolled in a college or trade school after graduation, but it is not a requirement. The applicant should have an idea of their contributing role to society after graduation.

In addition to completing the attached application, the applicant should attach an official high school transcript, a copy of his/her high school attendance record, a letter of reference from someone in authority at the non-profit agency attesting to his/her hours of volunteerism, and another letter from someone benefiting from his/her acts of volunteerism.


Amount of Award:

$500.00 award to Student

$250.00 award to a non-profit agency


Due Friday, May 13, 2022

2022 Mike Chesna Scholarship

The Fall Music Festival Scholarship will be awarded each year by the Fall Music Festival committee to one graduating senior from Forest City Regional High School, Honesdale High School, Wallenpaupack Area High School, and Western Wayne High School who exhibits a passion for the power of music and the use of that passion to help lead and improve the welfare of the community in which they reside.

Teachers from each school shall nominate 1 student to apply for the scholarship from each of the following four areas: Band, Chorus, and Theater Arts & Visual Arts.

Students should complete the attached application. Applications should be postmarked no later than: April 20, 2022, and sent to:

Fall Music Festival

C/O: James Rutherford

705 Court Street p

Honesdale, PA 18431.

The Fall Music Festival Committee will select 1 student from each school district to receive the scholarship. A one-time $1,000 scholarship will be provided to each of the winners.

Forest City Regional High School: Mike Chesna Scholarship

Honesdale High School: Jim Willow Scholarship

Wallenpaupack Area High School Mitzi Clintock / Pat Spoor Scholarship

Western Wayne High School: Tim Bell Scholarship

Interested applicants should meet the following criteria which is required to be addressed in the application.

● Use of scholarship: awards must be used by the grantee to further their education at an institution of higher learning that grants at minimum an associate’s degree.

● Financial need: Candidates shall demonstrate a basic need for the award to supplement funds earmarked for higher education. Extra consideration will be given to candidates who in addition to demonstrating financial need, maintain some form of employment to raise money for higher education purposes.

● Academic achievement: Candidates must be in good academic standing as of graduation.

● Participation in extracurricular activities: Applicants should demonstrate an interest in school activities beyond academics, in or out of the school environment.

● Extent of community involvement: Candidates shall be present in their community, demonstrating a spirit of volunteerism in endeavors that enrich their local community. Examples include participation in charitable efforts, volunteer services and church or youth groups.

● Candidates shall submit an essay of 400 words or less explaining how the arts have impacted the candidate’s life, and how sharing this impact has improved the general welfare of the community in which they reside.

2022 Susquehanna County Democratic Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to two graduating seniors who will be selected from the six high schools in Susquehanna County. The award is based on community involvement/volunteer projects, school (extra-curricular0 clubs and activities, course content and their individual planned future endeavors.


Applications are due no later than April 5, 2022.

2022 Nancey & William Lange Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to one high school senior that lives in Lackawanna County and plans to further their education by studying in a course dealing with the Environment.


Applications must be submitted by May 6, 2022.

2022 William Popovich Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to one high school senior that lives in Lackawanna County and plans to further their education by studying in a course curriculum dealing with the Agriculture or Veterinary Science.


Applications must be received no later than May 6, 2022.

2022 Dave Weaver Scholarship

This scholarship is for graduating senior(s) from high school whose parent(s) work in the flagstone, fieldstone, and/or bluestone industry. For those wishing to apply for this scholarship they must meet the following criteria:

1. Any parent(s) owning, working for or working in a flagstone, fieldstone, or bluestone quarry, processing plant, or distribution yard, including office personnel and truck drivers, with a graduating son(s) or daughter(s) who continue their education immediately after high school.

2. Regardless of your grade point average you can apply.

3. There is no preference in regard to the institution that the applicant plans on attending after graduation, meaning it can be to a tech school, beauty school, trade school, college or university.

4. Applicants do not have to be members of the Pennsylvania Bluestone Association to apply for the scholarship, but it will affect your overall score. PBA members receive 10% while those working for a company that is a PBA member will receive 5%, and those not members receive 0% for this category.

Applications can be obtained through the school guidance counselor, through a request to the Pennsylvania Bluestone Association via email: pabluestoneassoc@gmail.com or from our Facebook Page.

The scholarship dollar amount will be established on a yearly basis and will be voted on by the PBA Board of Directors. The money the recipient is awarded will be given directly to the institution he or she is attending to pay for their books, tuition, or any other expenses they may have at the college.

If for some reason the recipient of the scholarship decides not to further their education after high school, the scholarship will then be awarded to the runner-up.

The application must be postmarked by March 31, 2022 to the PBA - Dave Weaver Scholarship at the address below.

2022 FNCB Scholarship


College Scholarships Available

Application Deadline March 15



The FNCB Bank Foundation awards three $1,000 merit scholarships to graduating high school seniors. The 2022-2023 scholarship application is open until March 15! Apply Here



Application Period:

Closes

March 15, 2022



Scholarships will be awarded to applicants who demonstrate:


  • Academic Excellence
  • Community and school involvement
  • Citizenship



Eligibility:



  • The student or their parent(s)/guardian(s) must be an FNCB customer* and;
  • The student must be a graduating high school senior who will be enrolled in a full-time accredited undergraduate or trade/technical school in the 2022-2023 school year.



APPLY HERE



*All accounts must be active and in good standing, with no delinquent or charged off loans. Children of FNCB Bank employees or officials are not eligible to apply.

2022 Caramel Sirianni Memorial Scholarship

The Susquehanna County Council of Republican Women is honored to present the Caramel Sirianni Memorial Scholarship


Scholarship Requirements:

*Each candidate must be a female high school senior, preparing to graduate in Spring/Summer of the current academic school year;

*Each candidate must be planning to attend a college or university the same year she graduates from high school;

*Each must be a resident of Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania;

*Each Candidate must have a Republican Political View;

*Must complete and submit this application with any attachments; and

*The winning candidate(s) is/are encouraged to be our guest at the Council’s annual picnic to be held during the month of July,


Applications are due no later than April 15, 2022.

2022 Jean Rose Scholarship

The Montrose Garden Club is proud to offer this scholarship in honor of Jean Rose. Mrs. Rose was a longtime member of the Montrose Garden Club and was a very active member in the Garden Club Federation of PA. She served as the District Director in addition to being a Master Flower Show Judge.


The Jean Rose Educational Fund, funded by her daughter Patricia Mowen, provides a scholarship annually for a Susquehanna County graduate.


The deadline for applications is March 31, 2022.

2022 Susquehanna County Pomona Grange #7 Scholarship

The Susquehanna County Pomona Grange #7 is offering a $400 scholarship to one student from each school district in Susquehanna County. Student's must be attending a college, university, business, technical or trade school.


The deadline for this scholarship is April 8, 2022.

2022 Joe & Carol Herron Scholarship

This scholarship is specifically for FCRSD Seniors who are attending Bloomsburg University. Students GPA must be 3.0 or greater. First preference to a student studying within the Zeigler College of Business. As long as the student continues to meet the criteria, this scholarship is renewable.


To apply for this scholarship go to www.bloomu.edu/scholarships.

2022 Blair E. Caboot Memorial Scholarship

The Northeastern Pennsylvania Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NPCTM) annually presents a $750 scholarship to a deserving senior student from northeastern Pennsylvania. The scholarship is in memory of Blair E. Caboot, a past President of NPCTM and mathematics educator in the Abington Heights School District and Keystone College. The scholarship applicant should excel in mathematics in high school and have future plans in a mathematics-related field.


Eligible applicants must attend school in one of the following counties: Bradford, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, Pike, Susquehanna, Sullivan, Wayne, Wyoming.

To apply, students should fill out the online form at www.npctm.org.


A transcript and recommendation letter from one of the student's mathematics teachers is required. The application window is open from October 11, 2021 through March 4, 2022. The scholarship recipient will be notified by early April 2022. Any questions regarding the scholarship should be directed to Vincent Pricci, Student Awards Chairman.

2022 Wayne County Business & Professional Women Scholarship

The Wayne County Business and Professional Women are offering a total of 4 scholarships to a graduating student who plans on attending college or trade school.


Our Walk of Honor will also be offering a scholarship to a student whose parent(s) or grandparent(s) are active or retired members of the military. Please have the student indicate this in their essay as it is separate from our other scholarships. Students can qualify for one but not both.


Attached, please find a copy of the BPW Scholarship Application for interested students to utilize and submit their interest in obtaining a scholarship. All scholarship applications must be received no later than April 30, 2022.


The recipients will be notified by telephone and an invitation will be extended to attend an awards dinner at The Honesdale Golf Club toward the end of the school year.

The BPW will pay for each scholarship recipients’ dinner. If the student would like to have additional guests, the cost will be $35 per person.


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2022 Perry/Westgate Memorial Scholarship

Amount of Scholarship $1000.00

Contest is open to any student entering a two or four year college under an agricultural, conservation, or environmentally oriented college curriculum. If there are any questions regarding the curriculum you plan to study, contact the office. Some examples would be Animal Husbandry, Agricultural Engineering, Aquatic Biology, Soil Sciences, Parks and Recreation, Forest Sciences, Agronomy, Wildlife Biology, etc.

STUDENT MUST BE ENTERING FIRST YEAR OF COLLEGE IN CURRENT YEAR.


The contest is open to Wayne County students only. There is no discrimination to race or sex.

The scholarship is for one payment of $500 the first year of college and one payment of $500 the second year of college. Payments are made directly to the school that the winner is planning to attend. Before the second payment is made, the winner will be responsible for submitting a copy of the first year transcript and a confirmation from the college that the student is still enrolled in a qualifying curriculum.


The application is to be completed to the best of the student’s ability.

One letter of reference must be included with the application. The reference may not be a teacher or family member.


A one page, double-spaced essay describing future goals and objectives must be submitted with the student’s application.


A transcript of the applicant’s educational record must be included.

The school’s guidance counselor or principal must sign the application for the contest.

The judging is completed using the application and material submitted, and how much the activities and information given pertain to the college curriculum that is chosen.

The last day to submit applications is FRIDAY APRIL 8, 2022.


Applications must be submitted to:

Wayne Conservation District

ATTN: Jamie Knecht

Wayne County Park Street Complex

648 Park Street

Honesdale PA

2022 Fraternal Order of Police, Northeast Lodge #63 Scholarship

The Fraternal Order of Police, Northeast Lodge # 63 is proud to continue the tradition of awarding its $500.00 annual Scholarships to two eligible high school seniors who wish to pursue a career in the criminal justice field. This Scholarship is open to any eligible high school senior who intends to pursue a career in Law Enforcement, either by majoring in criminal justice in college or entering the Act 120 municipal police academy.

F.O.P. Lodge #63 encompasses five counties in the Northeast corner of Pennsylvania. They are Lackawanna, Susquehanna, Wyoming, Pike and Wayne Counties. Any high school senior within the F.O.P. Lodge # 63 coverage area is eligible, with the exception of the City of Scranton and Borough of Dunmore as they have their own Fraternal Order of Police Lodge. Students must be in good standing within their respective community. Students must have had no disciplinary problems in or out of school. They must have maintained a 3.0 GPA or “B” average through their final two years of high school. Eligible High School seniors are encouraged to apply through their high school counselors.


The application process will consist of a standard application form with a required minimum 500 word essay outlining the reasons why they wish to pursue a law enforcement career and what their career goals will be and how they hope to impact society. They should also attach a transcript of their grades as well as their acceptance letter to the university or their acceptance letter to the act 120 academy.


Applications will be screened and read by the F.O.P. Lodge # 63 Scholarship screening committee who will then determine the awarding of the scholarship.

The deadline for applications will be April 1st. Scholarships will be chosen in April and announced at the May meeting. Students will be notified and awarded their scholarships at their respective graduation ceremonies.


Please submit applications to: FOP Lodge # 63 Scott Twp. Police Department 1038 Montdale Rd. Scott Twp Pa. 18447 ATTN. Officer Frank Rapoch

2022 Keystone Computer Science Scholarship

Computer Science Scholarship Challenge:

APPLICATION DEADLINE DECEMBER 3, 2021

Scholarship Requirements:

1. Must be a current senior, scheduled to graduate on Spring 2022, and currently enrolled in one of the following school districts: Athens, Carbondale Area, Career Technology, Dunmore, Forest City, Lackawanna Trail, or Mountain View.

2. Must apply to Keystone College declaring a major or minor in Computer Science or Information Technology or Associates Degree in IT by the Scholarship Application Deadline.

3. Must enroll in Computer Coding Python Spring 2022 and sit for the Python Certification Exam (Student will incur no cost for the three-credit course or certification test and class will take place virtually after school hours)

4. Must enroll in Solid Works Course in Summer 2022. (Student will incur no cost for the three-credit course in Summer 2022)

5. Must maintain a minimum of 12 credit course load in the Fall of 2022 prior to the scholarship being applied to your tuition balance.

Application Requirement:

1. Submit Keystone College Application (Paper Format along with checklist items) and the Computer Science Scholarship Challenge form and to (email address). If you have already applied to Keystone College please submit the Computer Science Scholarship Challenge form and check the (already applied) section on the form (email address) no later than Friday December 3, 2021 at 4 p.m.

2. Submit one letter of recommendation from a teacher or school administrator.

3. Submit one essay between 150 and 200 words using one of the following prompts:

a) Describe how a degree in computer science will prepare you for the future workforce.

b) Provide an example of how technology has had a positive impact on your high school education.

For Questions or more information contact: Maria.Yanoshak@keystone.edu or Christine.tockimulvey@keystone.edu

2022 Daughters of the American Revolution Scholarship

The Susquehanna County Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution has established a $1,000.00 scholarship for a Susquehanna County senior who plans to further his or her education after high school graduation.


The scholarship is a yearly gift made possible through the generosity of Susquehanna County Chapter members, and is based on character, academic performance, and extra-curricular activities.

Guidance Counselors are requested to remit all completed applications with postmark NO LATER THAN WEDNESDAY APRIL 13, 2022

1. Complete ALL SECTIONS OF THIS FORM.

2. Provide a copy of your high school transcript. Include class rank and class size.

3. Include two letters from people in authority who can attest to your character, integrity, ability, work habits, and potential. Specific examples would be appreciated. Letters cannot be from family members. Include the person's relationship to you and their phone number. College entry form letters are not acceptable.

4. Enclose a copy of your birth certificate, naturalization papers, or passport information. All documents will be shredded immediately after review.

Please submit the complete application and essay, (Please refer to second page), to your school counselor.

2022 United Steelworkers Scholarship Program

The United Steelworkers Hugh Carcella Scholarship Program offers scholarships each year to selected students, with a total value of $4,000.00 per award ($1,000 per year for four years). Scholarships will be awarded in June, 2022. The scholarships will be available for use in an accredited college or university in the United States or Canada. Awardees may follow any course of study normally leading to a recognized bachelor's degree. A two year Co1mnunity College is acceptable when matriculating toward a four year Bachelor's Degree program.

EUGIBIUTY

An applicant must be the son, daughter or legal ward of a member of the United Steelworkers, District 10 (Eastern) in good standing with the Local Union participating in the Scholarship Program; or the son, daughter or legal ward of a disabled or old age retiree or deceased member of an affiliated Local Union, who was in good standing with the United Steelworkers at the time of their retirement or death.

**To be eligible for the award, applicants must be in the graduating class of the year the scholarships are awarded. Applicants who have graduated high school or completed one semester or more at any college or university are ineligible.**

ROW TO APPLY

Applications may be obtained, upon request, from participating Local Unions. Fully completed applications, including when possible, College Entrance Examination Board Scholastic Aptitude Tests (SAT) scores, Official High School Transcript and any letters ofrec01mnendation, should be mailed to: Scholarship Fund Co1mnittee, United Steelworkers, 10 Canal Street; Suite 310; Bristol, PA 19007. Applications will not be considered complete unless properly signed by the President and Recording Secretary of the respective Local Union.

CLOSING DATE

Applications must be postmarked no later than midnight, March 15, 2022. There are no exceptions to this rule and applications postmarked after the March 15 date will be returned ineligible.

METHOD OF SELECTION

A Selection Co1mnittee consisting of prominent educators will review the applicant's grades, the results of their college entrance examinations (SAT), other information supplied by their high school, and conduct such interviews, as they choose, to determine the award winners.

The District Scholarship Fund C01mnittee will have no choice in the selection of the scholarship winners; and no member of the Selection Co1mnittee can be a member of the United Steelworkers.

The decision of the Selection C01mnittee shall be final, and all matters concerning the Scholarship Program shall be governed by and subject to rules and amendments thereto made by the Hugh Carcella Scholarship Fund Co1mnittee.

GENERAL INFORMATION

As a condition of continuing to receive scholarship funds, winners will be expected to make satisfactory progress. Their records will be reviewed periodically for the purpose of determining their progress.

Receipt by a scholarship winner of any other award or scholarship (except an award or scholarship covering full tuition and maintenance) will not affect his/her ability to obtain or continue to receive an award under this program.

Because of the need to make early application, applicants should proceed to apply for admission to the colleges or universities of their choice without delay and without waiting to learn the decision of the Selection Committee.

2022 Thomas J. Butler Memorial Scholarship

The Thomas J. Butler Memorial Scholarship assists one student graduating from Forest City Regional High School furthering their college education. Tom Butler was a pillar in the Forest City community. He was a man that would help another out in their time of need and not ask for anything in return. It is our hope that this scholarship in the amount of $500 will help a deserving student begin their college education.

2022 SME Education Foundation Scholarship

One scholarship application provides students with the opportunity to be considered for all Foundation scholarships.


Students pursuing two-year, four-year or graduate degrees in manufacturing or engineering are eligible for SME Education Foundation scholarships.

Students can apply for scholarship for the 2022-2023 academic year beginning on November 1 until the application closes on February 1, 2022.


Community Colleges allow students to acquire the necessary skills and technical knowledge to directly enter the workforce upon graduation. The SME Education Foundation awards scholarships for students attending these 2-year schools.


  • Must be a permanent resident or citizen of the United States or Canada.
  • Must have minimum of 2.0/4.0 GPA or higher (see scholarship details for specific requirements).
  • Must be on a path toward an associate degree in manufacturing engineering technology, or a closely related field at an accredited college or university in the United States or Canada.

2022 Wayne-Pike Farm Bureau Scholarship

WAYNE-PIKE COUNTY FARM BUREAU SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

Agriculture, The heart of a growing Wayne-Pike County Agriculture Scholarship


Essay questions: You may answer each question with 250-500 words using separate sheets of paper attached to pages 1 and 2 of this application. Mail together in one envelope, postmarked no later than 2/28/2022 to:

Joyce Carson, Secretary

Wayne-Pike County Farm Bureau Scholarship 62 Skyview Lane

Hawley, PA 18428

1. Please tell us about your involvement/achievements in community and non-school activities such as: agricultural youth involvement, i.e. 4-H, volunteer efforts, fire departments, church groups, etc..


2. Please tell us about your major extracurricular school-related activities during high school, such as: band, sports, debate, drama, yearbook, class officer, honor society.


3. Please describe in your own words any jobs you have held or work you did, during the last three years, either for your family on the farm or for outside employers. (If your family is in production agriculture, describe how you contribute.)


4. Describe your career goal and how it will impact the agricultural community. Describe how you intend to use your studies and talents in the future.


5. Tell us how you feel the agricultural industry enhances the quality of life for the residents of Wayne-Pike Counties.


6. Please include a personal statement explaining why you feel the scholarship committee should consider you for the scholarship

The Wayne-Pike Farm Bureau is pleased to offer Agriculture, The Heart of a Growing Wayne-Pike County" Scholarship. The scholarships are designed to assist deserving high school seniors with a long-term interest in agriculture, to further their education, and to help promote the consideration of agriculture as a growing field of career opportunity. Winners will be selected based on a combination of academics, community and school involvement, work history, career goal!;, as well as the essays. A monetary total will be divided among the winning candidates, at the discretion of the Wayne-Pike County Farm Bureau. The Scholarship winners will be announced at the Wayne-Pike County Farm Bureau Meeting on or about the second week in April, 2022..

Scholarship Conditions

* The scholarship funds are one-time awards

* The student recipient must either enroll as a full-time student in the fall of the year in which the scholarship was awarded, or return the funds.

* The funds may be used toward tuition, room, board, books, and school supplies.

* The scholarship recipients agree to the use of their names in the media and press releases.

Applicant's Signature (Required):

Parent/Guardian Signature(required if under 21):

2022 Susquehanna County Conservation District Scholarship

The Susquehanna County Conservation District's Scholarship is awarded to two Susquehanna County students that plan on furthering their education in agriculture or environmental studies. This year each scholarship awarded is for $1000.


The deadline for this scholarship is May 1, 2022.

2022 Mike Munchak Scholarship


United Way of

Lackawanna and Wayne Counties


2022 Mike Munchak Community Service Scholarship

PROGRAM OUTLINE


BACKGROUND

Mike Munchak has been teaming up with the United Way annual charity golf classic for the past 26 years serving as our tournament host and NFL Celebrity for nearly the entire time. In 2002 the event was changed to the Mike Munchak Charity Golf Classic and continues to be one of the premiere golf events in our area each season.

In honor of Mike's commitment to our community and the United Way of Lackawanna, Wayne & Pike Counties, during the 2011 event it was announced that a special Mike Munchak Community Services Educational Scholarship is being formed with the initial scholarship awarded at our event in June 2012.

PROGRAM

The United Way of Lackawanna, Wayne and Pike Counties has established the Mike Munchak Community Services Scholarship to assist high school students from Lackawanna, Wayne or Pike Counties, PA who plan to continue their education at an accredited university, college, or trade school in a two or four year degree program.

To be eligible candidates must be participants in programs funded by United Way of Lackawanna, Wayne and Pike Counties, have a demonstrated commitment through community service activities and be full-time residents and/or students of a school district within Lackawanna, Wayne or Pike Counties. Additional requirements including academic achievement, agency recommendation and a track record of community service as described in the section entitled "Eligibility".

The scholarship will be awarded for a one year period. This is a one-time scholarship for graduating seniors and is not renewable beyond this one year period.

The Award recipient will be chosen by the Scholarship Selection Committee and all decisions of the Selection Committee are final.

The scholarship will be awarded annually at the discretion of the United Way of Lackawanna, Wayne and Pike Counties pending the availability of funding. Funding for the scholarship will be made available from the proceeds of the Annual Mike Munchak Charity Golf Classic to benefit United Way of Lackawanna, Wayne and Pike Counties.


AWARDS

If selected, the scholarship recipient will receive $6,300.00 for the 2022/2023 award.

A formal awarding of the Scholarship will take place at the Annual Mike Munchak Charity Golf Classic dinner. The 2022 dinner is scheduled for Monday, June 27, 2022 at the Country Club of Scranton. Photos of recipient and parent (s) will be taken with Mike during the program portion of the tournament. A current photo release must be on file with the United Way prior to the event and is included in the application packet.

Awards are granted without regard to race, creed, color, religion, sexual orientation, age, gender, disability or national origin.

ELIGIBILITY

Applicants for the Mike Munchak Community Service Scholarship shall:

• Be graduating seniors from a public, private or charter school in Lackawanna, Wayne or Pike Counties, PA and/or be full-time residents of Lackawanna, Wayne or Pike Counties, PA.

• Have demonstrated community service activities within programs/agencies funded by United Way.

* Meet minimum academic requirements (GPA of 2.5 or better).

• Submit a valid FAFSA Score (EFC Number). Copy of the page indicating score must be attached.

• Be accepted by an accredited university, college or trade school in a two or four year degree program.

• Complete and submit a valid signed application form along with all required documentation, essay response and letter of reference from the nominating United Way funded program/agency.

APPLICATION

Interested applicants are required to complete the application, enclose all required documents of support including your essay and letter of recommendation and mail to the United Way of Lackawanna, Wayne and Pike Counties, ATTENTION SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE, PO Box 526 Scranton, PA 18501-0526.

An online version is available and can be completed on our website located at www.uwlc.net.

Applications are to be postmarked or submitted no later than March 31, 2022.

Applicants will receive acknowledgement as to the receipt of their application on a rolling basis.

Applicants will be evaluated on the information supplied. Incomplete applications will not be evaluated. All information received is considered confidential and will only be reviewed by the Scholarship Selection Committee and appropriate staff support.


PROGRAM/AGENCY LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION

All applications must include a written recommendation from the Executive Director or their authorized official Agency Staff Representative documenting community service involvement and reasons applicant should be selected. The recommendation must be from a program/agency funded by United Way of Lackawanna, Wayne and Pike counties.

SELECTION OF RECIPIENTS

One recipient will be selected in any given year. The award will be for one year only.

Recipients will be selected from a pool of qualified applicants with consideration given to those who demonstrate an extraordinary involvement in community service with a United Way funded program/agency, past academic performance and future potential, statement of career goals, unusual personal family circumstances, response to the essay question and stated recommendations of program/agency Executive Director or their authorized official Agency Staff Representative.

Selection of recipients is made by the Scholarship Selection Committee. At no time will any officer or employee of the United Way of Lackawanna, Wayne and Pike Counties be part of the selection process. All applicants, in submitting a signed application, agree that the decision of the Scholarship Selection committee is final.

EXCLUSIONS

United Way staff, board members and their immediate families, the Scholarship Selection Committee and their immediate families are not eligible to apply.

PAYMENT OF SCHOLARSHIPS

United Way of Lackawanna, Wayne and Pike Counties will pay the scholarship in TWO equal installments mailed directly to the college, university or trade school with the checks made payable to the school in the name of the student. The scholarship recipient must furnish the official name, address, phone number and point of contact to the United Way for the check to be posted.

The first payment will be released in August once written notification of acceptance from the school is received by United Way. The second payment will be released in January upon written notification from the recipient demonstrating they maintain a full-time status with the school.

At no time will the scholarship amount exceed the total cost of tuition, books and room and board.


OBLIGATIONS

The recipients of this scholarship shall have no obligation to the United Way of Lackawanna, Wayne and Pike Counties, its funded programs and/or agencies. They are, however, required to notify the United Way of any changes in address, school enrollment or status, or other relevant information that may affect the intended utilization of this scholarship.

The recipient agrees that the United Way of Lackawanna, Wayne and Pike Counties may use his/her name and/or photograph for publicity purposes upon acceptance of this scholarship without further notification or compensation.

This scholarship shall become null and void and no funds shall be tendered if the selected recipient violates any of these agreements, including withdrawal from school or dropping below full time student status.

REVISIONS

The United Way of Lackawanna, Wayne and Pike Counties reserves the right to review the conditions and procedures of this scholarship program and make changes at any time including termination of this program.

All applicants understand that this is a one-time one-year scholarship and is nonrenewable. The availability and amount of the Scholarship will be determined annually based on available funding.



United Way of

Lackawanna and Wayne Counties


2022 Mike Munchak Community Service Scholarship


INFORMATION NEEDED FOR COMPLETING THE APPLICATION

GENERAL

Please type or print all information (EXCEPT SIGNATURES)

Applications must be postmarked or submitted no later than March 31, 2022. To be eligible applicants must be:

• Be graduating seniors from a public, private or charter school in Lackawanna, Wayne or Pike Counties, PA and/or full-time residents of Lackawanna, Wayne or Pike Counties, PA.

• Have demonstrated community service activities within programs/agencies funded by United Way.

• Meet minimum academic requirements (GPA of 2.5 or better).

• Submit a valid FAFSA Score (EFC number). Copy of the page indicating score must be attached.

• Be accepted by an accredited university, college or trade school in a two or four year degree program.

• Complete and submit a valid signed application form along with all required documentation, essay response and letter of reference from the nominating United Way funded program/agency.

APPLICANT DATA

Complete this section with your personal data and include documentation to verify;

• Your permanent home address is within Lackawanna, Wayne or Pike County.

• You are a high school senior attending school in Lackawanna, Wayne or Pike County.

PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN

List the names and contact information for your parent(s) and/or legal guardian.

HIGH SCHOOL AND TRANSCRIPT DATA

Applicant should identify High School; appropriate School Official; including name, title and telephone number and include a copy of their transcript of grades.

FAFSA SCORE

Applicant must submit a valid FASFA score (EFC Number). Copy of the page indicating score must be attached.

(Please do not include personal financial information)


ACTIVITIES, AWARDS AND HONORS

List all high school activities, awards and honors.

COMMUNITY SERVICE ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Please list the programs and/or agencies where you have demonstrated community service activities and briefly describe your personal involvement.

POST SECONDARY SCHOOL DATA

Indicate the name of post secondary school you plan to attend, degree being pursued, and whether it is a two year or four year program.

ESSAY

Attach a typed or printed essay of 1500 words or less on the following topic: (essay should be double-spaced in 12 pt. font)

How have your community service activities contributed to your leadership qualities? Please list specific ways that your Community Service Activities have impacted and changed your individual goals, aspirations and future plans

Please make certain to write your name at the top of your essay.

LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION

All applications must include a written recommendation from the Executive Director or their authorized/ official Agency Staff Representative documenting community service involvement and reasons applicant should be selected. The recommendation must be from a program/agency funded by United Way of Lackawanna, Wayne and Pike Counties.

CHECKLIST OF REQUIRED ENCLOSURES

• Letter of recommendation

• Copy of high school transcripts

• Copy of FAFSA (EFC Number) page indicating score

• Essay

• Signed Marketing Release Form (if under 18 years old, must contain signature of parent or guardian)

CERTIFICATIONS/ LIABILITIES

The Scholarship Selection Committee has the sole responsibility for selecting recipients based on the criteria set forth herein.


All applicants and their parents or guardians, in submitting a signed application, agree to hold harmless the United Way of Lackawanna, Wayne and Pike Counties and their respective agents, including the Scholarship Selection Committee and agree that the decision of the Scholarship Selection Committee is final.

All applicants understand that this is a one-time, one-year scholarship and is nonrenewable. The availability of the Scholarship will be determined annually based on available funding.

2022 Pleasant Valley Grange Scholarship

Pleasant Valley Grange #1074 of Honesdale is offering a scholarship(s) totaling $1500 to a student(s) to further his/her education.

Eligibility for applying for this scholarship is as follows:

The applicant must reside in Wayne County

2 The applicant must currently be enrolled as a senior in high school.

3. The applicant must state reasons for applying for this scholarship.

Preference will be given to applicants that are planning on a future in agriculture or some related field such as, but not limited to: Forestry, Environmental science, Veterinary medicine, Veterinary Tech, Technology program, Natural gas industry.


All Scholarships must be submitted by April 1, 2022.

2022 Human Resources Foundation Scholarship

The Human Resources Foundation Scholarship is offering three $1000 scholarships to any graduating high school senior who pursuing a career in Human Services, Social Work or Special Education.


Students are encourages to apply on the HRF website at www.hrfnepa.org, however, there is also a paper copy attached to this link.


Applications must be received by April 15, 2022. The selected recipients will be notified in July. This will not be available to be announced at Class Night.

2022 Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship

The Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary is offering this scholarship to any graduating seniors pursuing a career in Nursing. Applicants must be applying for fall admission to a nursing program and be notified of their acceptance prior to their high school graduation.


The scholarship monies will be paid to the student which should then be forwarded to the college/university where they will be enrolled.


Requirements:

*Scholarship application

*Copy of official high school transcript

*Three letters of recommendations from adults not related to the applicant

*A full one-page essay describing reasons for pursuing a career in nursing and applying for the scholarship

*A copy of the letter of acceptance to a nursing program

*A wallet size photo.

2022 Wayne County Community Foundation Scholarships

Scholarship applications will be accepted February 1 until April 1, 2022.

The Foundation along with our donor partners is committed to providing scholarships for seniors living in Wayne County. Starting in 1991, the number and scope of the scholarships continue to grow. Accompanying the list is a brief explanation of the type and amount of the scholarship. Also listed are other eligibility criteria including which schools/seniors are eligible. Students are responsible to have their guidance counselor send their “Official Transcript” to the Foundation office at 214 Ninth St., Honesdale, PA 18431.

The following is the list of current scholarships:



Scholarships for all Wayne County resident students
Aaron Hocker Memorial Scholarship: $1000 (1 available): Healthcare major
Akers Scholarship: $1000 (1 available): Forestry, Agri-Business, and Education Major
Caruth Scholarship: $1000 (1 available): Healthcare major or Pre-Dentistry
Earl R. Reifler: $1000 (1 available): Pre-Med
Edwin J. Thomas Memorial Scholarships: $1000 (3 available): Based on academic achievement
Leon Scudder Scholarships: $2000 (10 available). Based on academics and need
Marshall Scholarships: $1000 -$2,500 (1 available): Agriculture, Diesel Power technology, Agri- Business, Heavy Equipment Operation or other agricultural/construction training programs
Drs. Philip and Rosita Liu Scholarship: $2,000 (1 available): Healthcare major
Robert Zabady: $1000 (2 available): Culinary Arts or Healthcare major
Seelyville Church: $500 (1 available): Theology, healthcare or education majors or pursuing missionary work
Wayne County Bar Association: $1000 (1 available): Pre- Law, Criminal Justice or Forensic Science major
Wayne County Community Foundation Paul Edwards Scholarship: $1000 (6 available): Need and community activities
Wayne-Pike Medical Society: $2000 ($500 over 4 yrs. -- 1 available): Healthcare field
William Schwarz Scholarship: $2500 (1 available): Automotive Industry



Scholarships for Forest City Regional High School students only (click on the specific applications for these Forest City ONLY Scholarships)


David M. Cavalieri Memorial Scholarship: $1,000 (1 available)

McAndrew Memorial Scholarship: $5000 (1 available): Medical Career Field

Sterchak Scholarship: $2500 (1 available): Architecture and Engineering


Selection: The Scholarship Committee of the Foundation’s Board of Directors will review all applications making recommendation to the Board for its final approval. Students must be Wayne County, PA residents attending either public or private schools or a student at Wallenpaupack Area High School for scholarships specific to Wallenpaupack Area High School Students. Selection is based on academic achievement, community involvement and financial need. The Wayne County Community Foundation’s Scholarship Committee reviews all applications and make selection aligned with the scholarship sponsor’s directions. Final approval is made by the Wayne County Community Foundation’s Board of Directors. Those students selected for scholarship will be notified in writing in early June. Students will then need to respond to that notification with information about the school they have committed to be able to issue the scholarship check.

For any questions, please contact Ryanne Jennings at rjennings@waynefoundation.org.


All applications will be online.


https://www.waynefoundation.org/Scholarships/applying

2022 Margery Scranton Council of Republican Women Scholarship

The Margery Scranton Council of Republican Women of Lackawanna County is again seeking a female student for its $750.00 Edrene Wright Scholarship Award this spring. We will be pleased to award one $750.00 scholarship in May this year.

Eligible college bound female seniors must reside in Lackawanna County, have at least a 3.0 GPA, show an interest in government affairs or politics and if aged 18 or older be a registered Republican.

If the female applicant is not yet 18 and thus not able to register as a Republican, it is imperative that one of her parents or legal guardian be a registered Republican.

Interested young women are encouraged to submit an application that includes a typed essay postmarked NO LATER THAN MONDAY, APRIL 11th, 2022.

To: MSCRW C/O Lynn Kokinda 1046 Water Street, Moosic Pa 18507

We expect to present our awards at our May meeting this year.

We will appreciate you passing this information on to interested females that meet the above requirements. Teachers in history, social studies, civics might know of interested students. Additional information is enclosed for the applicants.

PB & J Scholarship

The PB&J Scholarship is for students who have experienced personal challenges that may not have allowed them to perform well academically, but still have the drive to succeed. There is no GPA requirement, however, applicants are evaluated based on their personal statement and letters of recommendation. Please note that the deadline for this scholarship is May 30, 2022.


**Please note, this is not a local scholarship.

2022 NEPA Pride Scholarship

The mission of the NEPA Pride Scholarship Program is to “Celebrate, Educate and Demonstrate” the importance of community and commitment to arts. In particular, the committee seeks to support qualified high school student(s) by providing financial opportunities to students entering post high school educational opportunities majoring in any aspects of the arts (i.e. performing arts, vocal, instrument, painting, drawing, sculpture, etc.). ALL interested high school seniors meeting the following criteria are encouraged to apply. Applications must be received no later than FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2022

SCHOLARSHIP QUALIFICATIONS:

· Must be a resident in the Northeast Region of Pennsylvania (NEPA)

· GPA of 2.8 or higher (on 4.0 scale) or equivalent

· Must be admitted to a college/university on a full-time basis majoring in any aspect of the arts (i.e. performing arts, vocal, instrument, painting, drawing, sculpture, etc.)

· Submit a sample of portfolio work (optional)

· Participation in phone/in-person interview (finalist only) with committee members

REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIALS FOR SUBMISSION: - must be received no later than FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2022

· Scholarship Application – completed by student applicant

· Scholarship Essay - completed by student applicant

· Eligibility / Recommendation Form completed by Guidance Counselor

· (2) Completed Recommendation Forms

o 1 must be completed by Arts Mentor/Teacher

o 1 must be completed by Regular Education Teacher

2022 Endless Mountain Primitive Outdoorsmen Scholarship

EMPO is a private, non-profit organization whose purpose includes educating, recreating, and preserving the customs and conditions of traditional weapons, crafts, and artisans of early America.

Eligibility:

1. Students must be pursuing a degree or certificate at an accredited institution of higher education (i.e. Junior College, Community College, Technical College, College, University or Trade School)

2. Students must be involved in school and/or community activities. (i.e. FFA, 4-H, Ecology Club, Scouting, Science Club, Student Council, Leo Club, Leadership Council, etc.)

3. Students must submit a 700 - 1000 word essay responding to ONE of the two prompts below. Your essay should use Times New Roman, 12pt font, and be double spaced. Your essay must include verifiable citations. The citations may be in your preferred format.

a. Detail the cause and effect of the 1779 Sullivan’s Expedition.

b. Detail the Battle of Wyoming, which took place in the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania on July 3, 1778

4. A letter of recommendation must be attached to the application from a teacher, mentor or other community leader.

5. Applications must be submitted to the EMPO President Alan Superko Jr. at 241 Doolittle Hill Rd, Laceyville, PA 18623 - postmarked or emailed to empousinfo@gmail.com no later than May 1, 2022.

Award:

If selected, the recipient will receive a one-time award of $1,000. One award will be granted in 2022.

Selection will be made from all eligible applicants by the EMPO Scholarship Committee, as determined by committee majority.

The winner will be announced on May 15th, winners will be notified by phone and mail.

Disbursement of funds:

Disbursement will be made directly to the institute of higher education. EMPO will work with the student and the institute’s financial aid officer to determine the most appropriate payee for the award.

Recipients have no obligation to EMPO.

All applicants agree to the decision as final.

Award is contingent on the student completing their senior year in good standing with both their school and their community and after successfully completing the first semester of higher education. EMPO and the scholarship committee reserve the right to apply the award to subsequent scholarships if no suitable applications are received for 2022.