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CFAAC College Scholarships

Apr 02, 2013 06:17PM ● By Anonymous

The Community Foundation of Anne Arundel (CFAAC) is currently accepting applications from eligible Anne Arundel County high school seniors for three scholarships focused on student-athletes:

Name of Fund: Collegiate Scholarship Fund School: Old Mill High School

Scholarships: A $4,000 scholarship is being given to one boys’ varsity lacrosse player and one girls’ varsity lacrosse player at Old Mill High School for the 2013 season.  The intent of this scholarship is to acknowledge and reward two students-athletes along with the teachers and coaches who selflessly give their time, energy and support to ensure the success of these students.  

Deadline for Applications: Monday, April 15, 2013

Name of Fund: Collegiate Scholarship Fund School: Severna Park High School

Scholarships: A $4,000 collegiate scholarship is being given to one boys’ varsity basketball player and one varsity wrestling team player at Severna Park High School for the 2013 season.  The intent of this scholarship is to acknowledge and reward two students-athletes along with the teachers and coaches who selflessly give their time, energy and support to ensure the success of these students. 

Deadline for Applications: Monday, April 15, 2013

Name of Fund: Officer Grant Turner Memorial Scholarship Fund Schools: Annapolis High School, Arundel High School, Glen Burnie High School, Old Mill High School, Severna Park High School, South River High School

Scholarship:  This scholarship is to acknowledge and reward one student -athlete who selflessly gives their time, energy and support to ensure the success of his/her team.  This scholarship is not about being the star player rather it is intended for the player with the most heart who tried as hard as he/she could to improve himself/herself and the team.  It is about perseverance and tenacity.  A $1,000.00 scholarship will be given to a team player of any varsity or junior varsity sport at each eligible school for the 2013 season. 

Deadline for Applications: May 1, 2013

Applications for each scholarship are available at the Guidance Counselor’s office at the applicable schools or can be obtained by calling the CFAAC office at 410-280-1102 or emailing info@cfaac.org.  

All scholarships will be awarded by the end of May. 

About the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County
CFAAC—a nonprofit organization—is one of the largest funders of charitable organizations in Anne Arundel County. Established in 1998 and based in Annapolis, Maryland, CFAAC connects people who care to contribute to causes that matter in our community. CFAAC is supported by local donors and governed by a board of distinguished, private citizens. The Community Foundation manages over $2 million spread among 55+ funds including donor-advised, scholarship, and impact area funds. Focused on growing philanthropy and investing in community-based nonprofits, CFAAC is proud to organize our community’s first day of giving—a concept that has raised millions of dollars for charities in other parts of our region and around the country.