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SCCC HAS RENAISSANCE SCHOLARSHIPS

Volunteers are Eligible for Full and Part-Time Assistance

June 20, 2006

 

[LOCH SHELDRAKE] – Volunteers who help on Sullivan Renaissance projects are eligible to apply for a scholarship to Sullivan County Community College (SCCC). 

 

Scholarships of $1500 are available for full-time students.  Part-time students who have been out of high school for over one year and are enrolled for a minimum of six credits may apply for a $750 award.  Four scholarships were given out last year. 

 

Applicants must be involved in a 2006 community project and include a letter of recommendation from the leader of the Sullivan Renaissance group.  They must answer the question “How have I, as a member of my community, been part of the Sullivan Renaissance?” (250-words) or submit a photographic portfolio or a video of their participation in the project.  Deadline is July 15.

 

Communities have been hard at work on 43 projects since grants were awarded in March.  Many can still use help before judging on August 14.  For a list of the groups and projects call Sullivan Renaissance at 845-295-2445.

 

For an application and information about the scholarship, call SCCC Foundation Office in Loch Sheldrake at 845-434-5750 x 4327.  Applications are also available at www.sullivanrenaissance.org/.

 

Sullivan Renaissance is a project of the Beaverkill Foundation with support from the Gerry Foundation.  Additional funding has been secured by NYS Senator John J. Bonacic and by Assemblywoman Aileen M. Gunther.