2017 Amable & Vivian Caron College Scholarship
The Amable A. and Vivian Caron Scholarship program is from November 6, 2017 to December 11, 2017 and is open to Atlantic Federal Credit Union members, who are primary members of an active Share account, and enrolled for a spring 2018, 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 2018 semester and then be registered for fall 2018 classes at an accredited, undergraduate or graduate program at a chosen college/vocational school, minimum 6 credit hours, per semester.
2018 High School Graduate College Scholarship
The 2018 Atlantic college scholarship program is available to members who are graduating high school. This scholarship program offers graduating seniors the chance to receive one of the following:
- One, $7,500 scholarship
- One, $2,500 scholarship
- One, $1,000 scholarship
- One of eight $500 scholarships
To be considered for the scholarship awards, all applicants must fill-out and submit an application form, write a 350-400 word essay pertaining to a selected question and provide a resume and letter of reference. All submitted applications and documents will be reviewed by the Atlantic Scholarship Committee.
To apply, members may download the application and rules or obtain them at any Atlantic branch in Brunswick, Topsham, Freeport or Cumberland. Applications and rules will also be available in the Guidance Department at Brunswick High School, Mt. Ararat High School, Freeport High School and Greely High School.
Look for application details to be posted February 2018.
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