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Crivitz Womans Club Offers 2 Scholarships
The Crivitz Area Woman's Club announces any woman from Crivitz or adjacent surrounding area, who has already graduated from high school and is returning to or continuing education beyond high school, is eligible for their scholarship. One of the scholarships is open to members from the Crivitz Area Woman's Club.
The applicant must seek admission to a program at a vocational, technical, or academic school. Before the award is given, a letter of acceptance into one of these schools needs to be presented to the Scholarship Committee Chairperson. Scholarship money will be sent directly to the institution the recipient plans to attend.
It is not the intent of the scholarship to be used for continuing credits for licensing/certification renewals.
The scholarship is based on the firm rule that the recipient will attend the school beginning in the year in which the scholarship is received. Should the individual be unable to do so, the award will go to the first alternate and then to the second alternate. An exception will be made to the ruling regarding the time of entrance to the school of her choice if she is enrolled in a reserve unit of any branch of the services of the U.S. Government and this would delay her entrance until the beginning of the following year. She is still qualified for the scholarship.
The application must be received by April 1. Two scholarships of $600 each will be awarded.
A recipient of this scholarship is not eligible to apply again in any subsequent year. Scholarship judges will be the members of the Crivitz Area Woman's Club Scholarship Committee including the chairperson.
Applications are available at the Crivitz NWTC office and from the Scholarship Committee Chairperson.
Completed applications should be returned to: Crivitz Area Woman's Club, c/o Veronica Taylor-Pepin, Scholarship Committee Chairperson, 302 Hall Ave., Crivitz, WI 54114-1442. For more information, call her at 715-854-3887
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