Shrewsbury Education Foundation is an all-volunteer organization that raises money to fund grants which put resources and programs directly into the classroom. Shrewsbury Public School teachers submit grant applications seeking funding for unique learning experiences and resources that will directly benefit students.
In order to promote community service and build tomorrow’s leaders, the Shrewsbury Education Foundation Scholarship provides a one-time award for $ 1,000 to a graduating Shrewsbury High School senior with astrong community service background who participated in at least 200 hours of volunteer work in the last four years.
Candidates must include an essay that demonstrates strong ambition, determination, respect, academic achievement and details their community service work.
A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher is required to apply for the SEF Scholarship.
Along with the essay, candidates must include their official transcript from Shrewsbury High School.
Deadline for submission is April 19, 2019
Applications and transcripts can be sent to:
Shrewsbury Education Foundation Scholarship
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