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Each year, Derby High School awards scholarships and prizes to the graduating seniors on behalf of many local organizations and sponsors. In addition, students may apply for other local scholarships through the guidance office. For more information or an application for the following scholarships, please stop in the guidance office. Please pay close attention to DEADLINES.


Scholarship Name:  100 Years of Women Scholarship

Minimum Eligibility Requirements:  

  • Applicant must demonstrate a commitment to women's issues through service to their community or school
  • Planning to attend UCONN in the Fall of 2020
  • Be in need of financial aid.
  • Demonstrate high academic performance.

Application Deadline:  February 28, 2020

Details:  

  • Award ranges from $750-1000
  • Students must complete the application available here:  100 Years of Women Scholarship
  • Enclose two letters of recommendation from individuals who can comment on their commitment and service to women's issues.
  • Enclose a resume
  • Enclose an unofficial transcript
  • Mail all documents to:  UConn Women's Center, 2110 Hillside Road, Unit 3118, Storrs, CT 06269-3118


Scholarship Name:  High School Heisman Scholarship 2019

Minimum Eligibility Requirements:  

  1.  High School Heisman® scholarships will be awarded to State Winners, National Finalists and National Winners. All scholarship winners must meet all the rules of the High School Heisman application process.
  2. Scholarship winners can attend any accredited college or university in the United States. The scholarship is not restricted to any specific institution.
  3. Scholarship winners must plan to be enrolled full time (a minimum of 12 hours per semester or quarter) for the entire 2020-2021 academic year.

Details:

  1. Scholarships are not renewable and are for one year only.
  2. Scholarship funds may only be used toward educational expense: tuition, books and fees.
  3. The one-time award stipend will be paid in one installment for a full academic year. The check will be issued to the college/university and mailed directly to the student at the beginning of the support period. The student will be responsible for forwarding the check to their college/university.
  4. Other awards may be accepted by recipients of  High School Heisman scholarships. There will ordinarily be no objection to the acceptance of additional awards.
  5. If the recipient does not enroll for the 2020-2021 academic year, the unused portion of the funds will be forfeited. Any funds forfeited will be returned to the High School Heisman program.
  6. Exceptions may be considered on an individual basis if the forfeiture stems from illness, hardship, family tragedy, or similar reasons and is solely the decision of the  High School Heisman program.
  7. The High School Heisman program reserves the right to alter scholarship funds distribution as needed.
  8. Should a scholarship recipient choose to delay schooling and pursue military service, funds may be deferred for educational use at later time. Requests must be made in writing to  High School Heisman (email is acceptable), must detail the time period of deferral and must be approved in advance. All deferral requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the  High School Heisman program.
  9. Further questions about scholarships, eligibility and athletic compliance can be addressed by contacting the Heisman High School Scholarship program at heismanscholarship@scholarshipamerica.org or call 800-205-6367.   

 


Scholarship Name: The Vera H. and William R. Todd Foundation Scholarship

 

Minimum Eligibility Requirements: The Vera H. and William R. Todd Foundation was created “...to give primary consideration toward helping residents of Shelton and Derby...to further their education...in academic or professional fields...”.

  1. The Applicant must be: a) a current resident of Derby or Shelton, Connecticut, with continuous residence of a minimum of four years; b) a high school graduate or high school senior planning to attend college.
  2. Recipients are eligible to re-apply for all four years of college. Re-applicants must call in order to receive a re-application.

Application Deadline:  May 1st, 2020

Details:

  1. Complete the application in detail - answer all questions; print or type, date and sign. Please present to parents or guardian to review and sign.
  2. Each application is reviewed on the basis of financial need, scholastic ability, and extra-curricular involvement.
  3.  You must request that your high school mail a transcript of your academic record, including class standing, and a complete record of your SAT scores to the Trustee. Also, if you are a college student, please have an official college transcript sent to the Trustee. The preferred transcript is for a full year; however, if not available until after MAY 1, request a transcript for grades to date. Unless prior arrangements are made with the Trustee, any applications without an
    official transcript, as of MAY 1, will be considered incomplete. 
  4. Please include a copy(ies) of the income tax returns for each parent. ( Page one and Page two of the 1040/ 1040A + Schedule C if either parent is self-employed).
  5. All correspondence, two letters of recommendation, and official transcripts should be sent to the Trustee at the address below.
  6. Please contact Janneth Achury at 860-244-4861 or Amy Lynch at 860.244-4870 with any questions regarding the application process.

Bank of America, Trustee
101 East River Drive
CT2-550-04-01
East Hartford, CT 06108


Scholarship Name:  The Silver Pen Writing Competition

Minimum Eligibility Requirements: 

  • Open to all high school seniors who live or attend school within 25 miles of Evergreen Woods. 
  • There is no GPA requirement.

Application Deadline:  February 14th, 2020

Details:

  • Essay Topic - How have the Arts programs helped you with your educational and personal growth?  How do you feel it would affect the education system if they were taken away? (This can also be applied to sports programs.)
  • Essay must be applicant's original work.
  • You may enter one time.
  • Essay is a minimum of 1,000 words and double spaced.  Please include a cover page and any necessary citations on a works cited page.
  • Quotations may be used sparingly and sources must be clearly identified.
  • First place will receive $2,500.
  • Second place will receive $750.
  • Third place will receive $500.
  • The following items must be included with your application:  application form, copy of transcript (can be unofficial), and the personal essay.
  • All items needed to complete this application must be submitted online to silverpen-slc.com.

 


Scholarship Name:  Connecticut State USBC Association 2020 Scholar of the Year Award

Minimum Eligibility Requirements:  

  • Applicant shall be USBC member that holds a current youth membership OR at least one of the applicant's parents OR grandparents is currently a sanctioned member of the CT State USBC Association as of November 1 of the current year.
  • Applicant shall be entering an institution of higher learning in the summer or fall semester following graduation from a Connecticut high school.
  • The top five overall candidates will be required to attend an interview.

The application packet must include the following:

  • Scholarship application completely filled out.
  • Letter from applicant expressing interest in scholarship award.
  • All schools applied to and accepted.
  • Organizations, clubs, sports, etc., in which you have participated in school or outside of school.
  • Any awards or scholastic honors received during high school.
  • Offices held in these organizations and any honors or award you have received.
  • Hobbies and special interests.
  • Employment, if any.
  • Future goals and plans.
  • Additional information you consider pertinent.
  • School profile should be included with application.
  • At least one personal letter of recommendation must be submitted.
  • Official transcript of grades including first semester grades.

Application Deadline:  March 18, 2020

Details:  

  • Two $1,000 awards to be given.
  • See Guidance for application.

 


 

Scholarship Name:  Vicki Soto Memorial Scholarship

Minimum Eligibility Requirements:

  • maintained a 3.0 GPA (based on a 4.0 scale)
  • must be enrolled in a fully accredited secondary school
  • must be intending to pursue a career in the field of education

Application Deadline:  April 1, 2020

Details:

 


Scholarship Name:  High School Super Senior Scholarship

Minimum Eligibility Requirements:  

  • Applicant must be a high school senior that has applied or has been accepted to a full-time program at a two-year or four-year college, vocational, technical, or private career institution. Institution must be listed here: https://ope.ed.gov/dapip/#/home
  • Must be at least 16 years old. 
  • Must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
  • U.S. Citizen
  • Upon selection, the applicant will have to verify they have been accepted to a program.

 

​Application Deadline:  July 3rd, 2020

 

Details:


 

 

Our scholarship programs are for undergraduate study only. A student may not receive more than one Elks National Foundation scholarship award or grant in any one academic year.

The scholarships awards (except EEG) are evidenced by a Certificate of Award issued by the Chicago office of the Elks National Foundation. All checks are paid directly to the school; under no circumstance can we make payment directly to the student.

Scholarship awards may be used for cost of attendance expenses. In order to receive payment, a student must have the school send to our Chicago office, the completed Verification of Enrollment form, whereupon, we will issue our check, payable to the school, and mail it directly to the school to establish a credit in the name of the student. We will notify the student when we mail the check.

Since most checks are being prepared during the months of August through November, student and school must allow four to six weeks for payment.

If a student terminates his or her courses for any reason, the undisbursed balance of the award MUST be returned directly to the Foundation’s Chicago office. It may NOT be transferred to another school, and it may NOT be paid to the student personally.

It is the responsibility of the student to follow up on all matters relating to his or her scholarship award.

In all correspondence relating to a student who has been awarded a scholarship, we must have the full name and the ENF ID of the student.

The information herein should not be turned over to publishers or those who wish to include it in a computer resource listing. We receive hundreds of requests from students who pay for scholarship/grant information, only to find they are not eligible or that the information is years out-of-date. Unfortunately, many of these sources do not publish complete information, nor do they update their files on a regular basis.

The Elks National Foundation has no loan programs, vocational grants or assistance for graduate study available, and it does not maintain a mailing list.

If a student would like to use his or her scholarship funds for a study abroad program, it must be billed through an accredited, U.S. degree-granting institution. We cannot issue funds to a third party program or vendor.

The Elks National Foundation reserves the right to cancel an award in total, if we do not hear from a student for two consecutive academic years.

For more information contact the Elks National Foundation Scholarship Office at scholarship@elks.org

 


Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
New Haven Alumnae Chapter

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is an organization of college-educated women committed to constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the African-American community. More information about the organization can be found at www.deltasigmatheta.org

The New Haven Alumnae Chapter has awarded over $400,000 in scholarships since the chapter was chartered in 1959. The chapter provides scholarships to graduating African-American high school seniors who have excelled academically. More information about the chapter can be found at www.nhaccdst.org
To be considered for a scholarship, the applicant must:
•Live in the New Haven Alumnae Chapter service area (Ansonia, Bethany, Branford, Derby, East Haven, Guilford, HamdenMadison, Meriden, Milford, New Haven, North Branford, North Haven, Orange, Seymour, Wallingford, Waterbury, WestHaven or Woodbridge)
•Have a scholastic average of at least 2.75 on a 4.0 scale;
•Plans to enter a two-year or four-year university/college or a vocational post-secondary program as a full-time freshman in the Fallof 2019.
•Cannot be the daughter/son or granddaughter/son of a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

The applicant must electronically submit a completed application to scholarship@nhacdst.org by Friday, December 20, 2019.
The completed application packet must include all of the following:
 Scholarship Application (Must be typed)
 Two (2) letters of recommendation completed by either a teacher, counselor or administrator at your school with their contact information. Letters must include length of time known applicant; in what capacity; additional comments regarding intellectual ability, motivation, interpersonal skills, verbal and writing skills.  Photograph (ex. wallet size) and attached photogragh release form signed by parent or guardian. An attachment listing your community service activities.  An attachment of extracurricular activities and work experience.
SAT or ACT Scores


OppU Achievers Scholarship

The question you must submit a short response to is:  "What makes you an achiever?"

To apply,submit a short response at opploans.com/scholarship.The scholarship is awarded four times a year,with submission deadlines on September30,December31,March31,andJune30. To be eligible,students must be a U.S.citizen and have a GPA of at least 3.0/4.0.


Developing future generations of women leaders

Developing Future Generations of Women Leaders

  1. The KPMG Future Leaders Program is a charitable initiative focused on developing future generations of women leaders. Funded by proceeds from the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship and KPMG Women’s Leadership Summit, the KPMG Future Leaders Program annually awards twenty-two top female high school seniors the opportunity to enhance their personal growth through college scholarships, a leadership development retreat, mentorship, and an introduction to golf. The program’s main purpose is to help these young women continue to build a strong foundation and instill the confidence and leadership ability they need to succeed in college and ultimately in their long-term careers.

    Selected KPMG Future Leader Recipients receive:

    • An annual scholarship of $10,000 per year for 4 years of college
    • A three-day leadership retreat the summer before their freshman year of college at KPMG’s new state-of-the-art KPMG Lakehouse Learning and Innovation Center in Orlando, FL. The retreat focuses on leadership training, career development, college transition and golf instruction.
    • A pairing with a mentor for one year; the mentor being a female executive that attended the KPMG Women’s Leadership Summit.  

    Applicant criteria includes:

    • High school female senior planning to enroll in a 4-year undergraduate program for the upcoming fall semester
    • Proven track record of academic excellence and leadership potential
    • Minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA
    • Interest in a business or STEM academic track
    • Demonstrates a significant financial need

    Click here to apply for the 2020 KPMG Future Leaders Program. Applications must be submitted by January 31, 2020.

    If you have any questions, please contact: stefanieconley@kpmg.com.



     

    On behalf of the Red Sox Foundation, members of the Board and the Scholarship Committee we are proud to confirm that seniors from Derby High School are once again eligible to apply for the New England Service Scholarship for Connecticut.

     

    This scholarship program awards a one-time $1,000 scholarship to a graduating senior attending one of the 59 select Connecticut public high schools based on 1) Demonstrated Community Service, 2) Academic Performance and 3) Eligibility for Financial Aid. Applicants must be high school seniors pursuing a two or four-year degree at any college, or university in the fall, 2020.

     

    Important Notes for 2020

    • New England Service Scholarship application is online! Each student will be required to upload their transcript, letter of recommendation, SAR report on their own or will be able to indicate guidance email on application so that these documents can be uploaded by the guidance office before the deadline. We will send scholarship guidelines and instructions by email on Monday, November 25th prior to the Thanksgiving Holiday. Application will go live on Monday, December 2nd

       

    • Please note the deadline for application Is FRIDAY, FEBRUAry 7, 2020. Incomplete application with missing transcript, letter of recommendation and other required materials will not be reviewed by the Committee -- no exceptions. Please let your students know that they must apply before the deadline to accommodate guidance office’s time to upload transcripts/letter of recommendations. Without the required documents their application will not be reviewed.

       

    • At the time of submitting the application, if the student does not have his/her SAR, please ask them to upload the confirmation email received upon submitting the FAFSA and send in their SAR as soon as it becomes available marking their first & last name, name of school and state in which they are applying from.  



     

    THE JAMES L. GOODWIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS

     

                    The James L. Goodwin Memorial Scholarships provide financial aid, depending on need, to students who are residents of Connecticut and are enrolled in undergraduate or graduate curriculum in silviculture or forest resource management.  Annual scholarships of $1,000 to $5,000 will be awarded to a limited number of students for post-secondary education.  The scholarships are given in memory of the late James L. Goodwin of Hartford and were established by his wife, the late Genevieve H. Goodwin.

                    Mr. Goodwin graduated from Yale School of forestry in 1910 and in 1913 he was appointed field secretary of the Connecticut State Park Commission for which he compiled a report on the proposed location of state parks.  He pioneered in the field of forestry, establishing a firm to assist woodland owners in management of their woodlands.  He acquired land in Hampton and Chaplin, Connecticut which he gave to the state in 1964 as the James L. Goodwin Forest and the James L. Goodwin Forest Conservation Center.  He also acquired Great Pond Forest in Simsbury which was given to the state at the time of his death.

                    Mr. Goodwin was active in many forestry organizations in Connecticut and New England.  He was a licensed arborist and land surveyor, a founder and officer of the Talcott Mountain Forestry Association and a director and president of the Connecticut Forest and Park Association.

                    Mr. Goodwin devoted his life to making the world a better place to live.  In addition to his interest in conservation, he supported many cultural activities.  Mrs. Goodwin's intentions in establishing the scholarship are being carried out by the CONNECTICUT FOREST AND PARK ASSOCIATION and the HARTFORD FOUNDATION FOR PUBLIC GIVING.

     1.             ELIGIBILITY AND CRITERIA

     (a)  Applications will be accepted from residents of Connecticut who are enrolled in a post-secondary curriculum of silviculture or forest resource management.

     (b)  Applicants are requested to have a transcript of their grades sent to CFPA as well as any supportive comments from counselors or teaching staff.

     (c)  The college the applicant will attend must be accredited to provide a post-secondary educational experience by the appropriate public agency in the state or country in which the institution is located.

     (d)  While the applicant's capacity to benefit from formal post-secondary education will be assumed from the student's acceptance at a qualifying institution, the selection committee will review academic potential.

     (e)  An aim of the selection committee is to maintain personal contact with the recipients of James L. Goodwin Scholarships.  In furtherance of this goal, any student receiving a scholarship is expected to communicate in writing at least twice a year with the Connecticut Forest and Park Association.  The object of this is to provide an informal account of the student's progress and any special circumstances bearing on financial need.  Students are also expected to arrange with the college for a copy of their semester grade report to be forwarded to the Connecticut Forest and Park Association.  Consideration for renewal of the scholarship is dependent on each student's file including the items noted in this paragraph and submission of a renewal application.

     Selection will be based to a considerable extent on demonstrated evidence of financial

    need.   The financial circumstances of the family and the student, plus the availability of other scholarship and work study grants and other financing are pertinent.  The scholarship aid may be applied to either tuition or living costs. Payment will be made only to the institution.

     (g)  Applicants should submit with the application an essay explaining his/her interest in pursuing a career in forestry or forest management.

     HOW TO APPLY

                     Applications may be found online at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving website: 

    https://www.hfpgscholarships.org/Scholarships/AboutThisDirectory/HowtoApply/GeneralScholarshipApplication/tabid/356/Default.aspx

                    Use the General Scholarship Application.

     3.             WHERE TO APPLY

     Send application and other pertinent documents to:

                                                    James L. Goodwin Memorial Scholarship

                                                    Connecticut Forest and Park Association

                                                    16 Meriden Road

                                                    Rockfall, CT 06481-2961

      4.             WHEN TO APPLY

     Applications must be postmarked no later than March 20th, 2020.  Applicants will be informed of the committee's selection on or before June 1st. 

     



    Big Y Scholarships are open to graduating high school seniors, undergrad and graduate students. Employees, their dependents, customers and their dependents are encouraged to apply.

    To be eligible, a student’s permanent residence, or school, must be located in Massachusetts or Connecticut. (All employees are eligible regardless of residence).

    *Prior Big Y scholarship award recipients are not eligible to reapply.

    How to Apply

    • Please visit our scholarship page on our official website at www.bigy.com (between Nov 1- Feb 1) and click the application link and to review the most up to date information.]
    • Paper applications no longer accepted.
    • After February 1st, any incomplete or late submissions will not be considered.

    Please Note: You may find prior year paper applications on the internet and on 3rd party sites. These are not valid and will not be accepted

    Supporting Documents

    • Academic Transcripts do not need to be official (digital copies – photos, PDFs, scans – are acceptable).
    • Two Letters of Recommendations are required. Only one must be from a teacher, or a college professor. High school Seniors and College Freshman can submit copies of letters written for college entrance.
    • Recommendations letters can be uploaded by a 3rd party (Example: school personnel). Please follow instructions on the online application system to request letters from your teacher, college/university professor, etc.
    • If you did not take any College Board exams (such as SAT or ACT), or it has has been more than 3 years since you took them, you can complete online application without them.
    • Personal resume/fact sheet detailing activities, achievements, awards, community involvement, leadership positions and class rank (if applicable).

    High School, College, University Representatives:

    • Annually, Scholarship packets (poster and letter) are mailed to schools within Massachusetts and Connecticut in early Fall.

    Please note: Please email, scholarship@bigy.com to request your school be put on our mailing list or removed from the mailing list.

    • If you receive an email request from a student, you will be provided a link to upload the recommendation letter. The student will not see the letter.   It can only be viewed by the scholarship committee. 
    • Academic Transcripts:  We will accept unofficial transcripts. 


    Justin Wisniewski Firefighters Scholarship

    These will be education scholarships to benefit the families of firefighters. The Fund will support at least two $500 Firefighters Scholarships. 

    To be eligible to apply for the Scholarship you must be either:  a Firefighter, or the spouse, child, sibling or grandchild of a firefighter. 


    Scholarship A will be awarded to an eligible applicant from the Southington Fire Department.  

    Scholarship B will be awarded to an eligible applicant from any Fire Department in the State of Connecticut. 

    The basis of the scholarship is defined by volunteerism. Because of the nature of Justin's life, everything was volunteering, whether it was for the Fire Department, the Lions Club, the Boy Scouts, Church or helping his friends and family. This is a rare trait and needs to be acknowledged.

    Application deadline is APRIL 1, 2020.  

    Go to www.ride4justin.com for more information or to download the application.







NEW HAVEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTORS' ASSOCIATION

ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP

THREE SCHOLARSHIPS: AT $300.00 EACH

SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE BY FUNDRAISERS, DONATIONS AND/OR FROM MONEY AVAILABLE IN OUR TREASURY. 

  1. EACH APPLICANT MUST ATTEST THAT HE OR SHE IS: A RESIDENT OF NEW HAVEN COUNTY, CONNECTICUT; A SENIOR IN HIGH SCHOOL; IN GOOD STANDING IN SCHOOL (NOT UNDER SUSPENSION OR PROBATION FOR ACADEMIC OR DISCIPLINARY REASONS);PLANNING TO CONTINUE HIS OR HER EDUCATION (UNIVERSITY, COLLEGE, TRADE SCHOOL OR OTHER); AND HE OR SHE AND ANYONE RESIDING IN THEIR RESIDENCE IS CURRENT IN HIS OR HER TAX OBLIGATIONS, IF ANY, TO THEIR TOWN OR CITY OF RESIDENCE.
  2. APPLICANTS MUST WRITE A ONE-PAGE ESSAY ON THE TOPIC OF,"HOW STATE AND LOCAL TAXES CAN AFFECT MY EDUCATION." THE ESSAY MUST BE SUBMITTED ALONG WITH THE APPLICATION FORM.
  3. THE NEW HAVEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTORS' ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT (AS SPECIFIED ON THE APPLICATION FORM) MUST RECEIVE THE APPLICATION FORM AND ESSAY BY MARCH 1, 2020. APPLICATIONS MAY BE FAXED IF NECESSARY. FAX#: (203) 389-3461.
  4. A PANEL OF TAX COLLECTORS FROM THE NEW HAVEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTORS' ASSOCIATION WILL SELECT THE WINNING APPLICANTS BASED UPON THE ESSAYS SUBMITTED. THE DECISION OF THE JUDGES WILL BE FINAL. ONLY THREE SCHOLARSHIPS PER YEAR WILL BE AWARDED.
  5. THE PRESIDENT WILL NOTIFY THE DESIGNATED CONTACT PERSON AT THE APPLICANTS' SCHOOLS THAT THE WINNERS HAVE BEEN SELECTED. THE SCHOLARSHIP WILL BE PRESENTED TO THE STUDENTS AT A TIME AND PLACE OF THE ASSOCIATION'S CHOOSING BEFORE THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR.
  6. THESE ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIPS HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED BY UNANIMOUS VOTE OF THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE NEW HAVEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTORS' ASSOCIATION, AS NOTED IN THE PERMANENT RECORDS OF THE ASSOCIATION, TO PROMOTE AN EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG ADULTS OF THE NEW HAVEN COUNTY COMMUNITY AND DEVELOP A POSITIVE IMAGE OF THE NEW HAVEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTORS' ASSOCIATION.


APPLICATION FOR CONSIDERATION

NEW HAVEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTORS' ASSOCIATION ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP

SUBMISSION INFORMATION

RETURN APPLICATION FORM AND ESSAY TO:

PAT CRISCO, PRESIDENT, NEW HAVEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTORS' ASSOCIATION

11 MEETINGHOUSE LANE, WOODBRIDGE, CT 06525

PHONE: (203) 389-3425 FAX: (203) 389-3461

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: March 1, 2020 (PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY)

STUDENT'S NAME:______________________________________________________

STREET ADDRESS:______________________________________________________

TOWN AND ZIPCODE:___________________________________________________

NAME OF HIGH SCHOOL:________________________________________________

NAME OF CONTACT PERSON AT HIGH SCHOOL:____________________

CONTACT PERSON'S TITLE/POSITION:_____________________________

TELEPHONE NUMBER OF CONTACT PERSON:_______________________

 

BY SUBMITTING THIS APPLICATION, 1 HEREBY REQUEST CONSIDERATION FOR THE ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED BY THE NEW HAVEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTORS' ASSOCIATION. I UNDERSTAND THE BASIS FOR THE AWARD OF THIS SCHOLARSHIP, AND THAT THE DECISION OF THE SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE IS FINAL.

I HEREBY ATTEST THAT I AM:

  • RESIDENT OF NEW HAVEN COUNTY, CONNECTICUT
  • A SENIOR IN HIGH SCHOOL
  • PLANNING ON CONTINUING MY EDUCATION
  • IN GOOD STANDING AT SCHOOL (NOT UNDER SUSPENSION OR PROBATION FOR ACADEMIC OR DISCIPLINARY REASONS)
  • NOT DELINQUENT IN PROPERTY TAXES TO THE CITY OR TOWN IN WHICH RESIDE

I HEREBY SUBMIT AS MY OWN WORK THE ATTACHED ESSAY ON "HOW STATE AND LOCAL TAXES CAN AFFECT MY EDUCATION" FOR CONSIDERATION FOR THIS SCHOLARSHIP. I UNDERSTAND THAT THE FINDING OF ANY INCIDENT OF PLAGIARISM WILL RESULT IN FORFEITURE OF THE SCHOLARSHIP.

SIGNATURE OF APPLICANT                                                         DATE

NOTE: APPLICATIONS MAY BE FAXED             DATE RECEIVED:








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