FAQ - ENHANCED SCHOLARSHIP
FAQ - 2nd CHANCE SCHOLARSHIP
The Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor (RCoMH) will award a number of scholarships for 2018. The RCoMH will choose one (1) recipient for the Fraffie Welch Scholarship - a four (4) year scholarship of $2500 per year ($10,000 for 4 years).
The recipients of other RCoMH scholarships will each be awarded lesser amounts up to a combined total of $6,000. These scholarships will be in the form of single year grants that are not renewable.
Yes, a check will be given to the winning applicant.
Fill out the application form and submit it with a copy of your academic transcripts. Be sure to complete the application sections outlining your community service activities and a brief essay stating why you should be considered.
The Enhanced Scholarship uses several factors to determine eligibility.
- A graduating senior of Marblehead High School or another high school and who is a resident of Marblehead.
- The graduate intends to pursue a degree from an accredited college, university or vocational school beginning the following semester.
- Consideration is given to your community service activities.
- Children and grand-children of Rotarians are not eligible to apply.
Submit your application within 60 days of Monday April 1, 2019.
The application must be received by Monday April 1, 2019 before 4:00 pm.
You may upload your academic transcript and submit your application at the bottom of the Application page or mail it to Lee Weed 33 Intrepid Circle Unit 108 Marblehead, MA 01945.
You may drop off the application at the Marblehead Bank, 21 Atlantic Ave, Marblehead, MA 01945 Attn: Bill Bartin. For further information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
All scholarship recipients will be notified by mail.
Finalists may be asked to meet with the scholarship committee to review the applicant's information.
Yes, and you will receive a letter in early April of each year describing the reapplication process which will take into account grade point average, behavior and community service.
You will need to provide a transcript, evidence that you will carry a full course load, a letter from your school stating that you are not on any academic or social probation, and a statement of your community service activities.
The 2nd Chance Scholarship will pay the tuition for one course, up to a maximum of $2,500 paid to the institution.
No, the scholarship is paid directly to the educational institution.
Fill out the 2nd Chance Scholarship application form and write a one page essay explaining how you will use the education to improve your employment opportunities.
The 2nd Chance Scholarship uses several factors besides financial need. Please read the description and complete the application.
Submit your application within 60 days of Monday July 15, 2019
The application must be received by Monday July 15, 2019 before 4:00 pm.
You may upload your application at the bottom of the 2nd Chance Application page or mail it to Marblehead Scholarships c/o Steve Lipsky, 47 Humphrey Street Marblehead, MA 01945
The three finalists will be notified by phone and/or email to arrange an interview.
Finalists will be interviewed.
The winner will be notified one week after the final interview.
No, we select from both Marblehead and surrounding communities.
No, the 2nd Chance Scholarship is intended for certificate courses or courses that improve employment opportunities.