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Bernard B. and Mary L. Brusin Scholarship - Established by the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation (DSACF), the Bernard B. and Mary L. Brusin Scholarship is granted to Jewish or Roman Catholic students enrolled in college or vocational training who are residents of St. Louis County and are graduating in the top 25 percent of their high school class. Along with the application, students are asked to take an eligibility quiz, submit high school transcripts, and provide college entrance test scores.
Father Krewitt Scholarship - Sponsored by the Catholic Kolping Society of America, the Father Krewitt Scholarship is granted for $1,000 to members or children of members of the Roman Catholic faith who are furthering their education or training at any accredited institution in the United States. Each participant in the program will be asked to send a completed application, proof of enrollment in post-secondary education, and a 500-word essay on the assigned theme of that academic year.
First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association Annual Scholarship Program - Annually, the First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association Annual Scholarship Program awards more than 130 college scholarships for $1,250 each to young members in good standing with the association for at least three years and a hold a legal reserve certificate, term certificate, or minimum annuity certificate. Freshmen, sophomore, junior, senior, and full-time graduate students will be chosen by a committee of impartial judges based on academic achievement, family membership, leadership potential, and extenuating circumstances.
Italian Catholic Federation Scholarships - Designed to provide financial support to further the education of students who are Roman Catholic and of Italian descent, the Italian Catholic Federation Scholarships are granted annually for up to $1,000 to children or grandchildren of federation members who live within the Roman Catholic Dioceses of California, Nevada, Illinois, or Arizona. Eligible applicants with a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher will be evaluated based on scholastic achievements, class rank, financial need, leadership potential, extra-curricular involvement, and recommendations.
Paul and Jackie Greer Scholarship - Established by the Fremont Area Community Foundation (FACF), the Paul and Jackie Greer Scholarship is awarded each year for $1,000 to graduating high school seniors from Newaygo County, Michigan who regularly attend All Saints Catholic Church in Fremont. Qualified applicants must attach two letters of reference from a teacher and church leader, be involved in community or church activities, and be highly motivated with drive to succeed at any accredited four-year undergraduate institution within Michigan.
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