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 Financial Aid opportunities from East Montgomery County Scholars

 Financial Aid opportunities from East Montgomery County Scholars

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~ 1 mo, 20 days ago   Dec 1, '21 7:46am  
Financial Aid opportunities from East Montgomery County Scholarship Foundation
 
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The non-profit charitable subsidiary East Montgomery County Scholarship Foundation (EMCSF) provides scholarship opportunities to high school graduates and GED recipients within the boundaries of EMCID’s 158 square miles. The $1,600 scholarship can be used at any college, university, trade school or for certification programs. Once used, the student is then eligible for an additional $500 merit-based scholarship. High school seniors are also eligible for a paid internship, when offered.
 
These financial aid opportunities are available to students who graduated from high school or obtained a GED within the 158 square mile East Montgomery County Improvement District (EMCID) boundaries or for students who lived inside the EMCID 158 square mile boundaries but graduated from a high school outside the boundaries. The scholarship funds must be used within 36 months of high school graduation.
 
For more info: www.emctx.com/schola rships/applications
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