ROCKLAND COMMUNITY FOUNDATION 2014 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

The Rockland Community Foundation is pleased to announce that applications are available for the following scholarship funds:

The Chazen Spirit of Rockland Scholarship: Awarded to a promising high school senior in need of financial aid to assist with college costs, the scholarship is granted in increments of $1,000 per year, with renewal of up to four years for qualifying recipients, for a total grant of $4,000.

The Welles Remy Crowther Red Bandana Memorial Scholarship: Honoring the memory of a young man who courageously saved the lives of many on 9/11, the $1,000 scholarship is awarded for continuing education of a graduating senior who has been active in volunteering and is pursuing a career in emergency services.

The Auerbach/Goldberg Memorial Scholarship Fund was established to foster a spirit of respect, tolerance and compassion in response to lessons learned from the Holocaust, and will award $1,000 to each of two selected recipients.

The Judith H. Trust Memorial Scholarship will award a $1,000 scholarship to a deserving Clarkstown High School South senior who has benefitted from the services and support of the school’s Achievement Center, to be used for continuing education.

Applicants must be residents of Rockland County and meet specific criteria set forth by the individual scholarships. To learn more, or to download an application, visit www.rocklandgives.org. (Note: applications for the Trust scholarship must be obtained through the Clarkstown HS South Achievement Center.)

Apply now! Deadlines are as follows:

Judith H. Trust scholarship – April 2
Chazen Spirit of Rockland and Welles Remy Crowther scholarships – April 30|
Auerbach/Goldberg scholarship – May 7
Additional scholarship opportunities will be announced in the next few weeks.