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Atlantic Scholarship

2019 Amable & Vivian Caron College Scholarship

The Amable A. and Vivian Caron Scholarship program is from October 28, 2019 to December 9, 2019 and is open to Atlantic Federal Credit Union members, who are primary members of an active account, and enrolled for a spring 2020, accredited, undergraduate or graduate program at a chosen college/vocational school, minimum 6 credit hours, per semester. Students must maintain a 2.0 GPA for the spring 2020 semester and then be registered for fall 2020 classes at an accredited, undergraduate or graduate program at a chosen college/vocational school, minimum 6 credit hours, per semester. 

Click to download the application and rules.

2019 High School Graduate College Scholarship

The 2019 Atlantic college scholarship program was available to members who were graduating high school. Congratulations to our winners!

  • $7,500 scholarship: Emma Dexter, Greely 
  • $2,500 scholarship: Zoe McNally, Mt. Ararat
  • $1,000 scholarship: Nolan Doherty, Cheverus
  • Eight $500 scholarships:
    • Jordan Bryant, Greely
    • Madeline Grace Irish, Greely 
    • Madison Scott, Greely 
    • Margaret Ryan, Freeport 
    • Samantha Palma, Baxter Academy for Technology & Science
    • Sarah Poutree, Brunswick
    • Tyler Gregory Nadeau, Brunswick 
    • William Neleski, Greely 

To be considered for the scholarship awards, all applicants filled-out and submitted an application form, wrote a 350-400 word essay pertaining to a selected question and provided a resume and letter of reference. All submitted applications and documents were reviewed by the Atlantic Scholarship Committee.

Scholarship information for 2020 will be available in the Spring.

Resources

Whether you’re considering college, starting your freshmen year, or ready to join the business world, we hope you will find the following resources useful.

  • Brunswick Area Student Aid Fund – Bowdoin, Bowdoinham, Harpswell, Brunswick and Topsham we encourage you to explore the Student Aid Fund.
  • Choose to Save® – Find helpful tips to set money aside for your future
  • CollegeNet® – A comprehensive guide to the nation's colleges and universities
  • Federal Student Aid – Access resources on preparing for college, applying for aid, and more
  • FinAid! – The SmartStudent™ Guide to Financial Aid
  • IRS – Learn how to file your tax return, get your refund status, and more
  • MoneyMangement.org – online resources to help you handle money comfortably and confidently
  • MyMoney.gov - Five key topics for managing and growing your money
  • Peterson's – Your go-to guide for college information, from test prep strategies to preparing student loans