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The Permanent Endowment awards scholarships each spring to Island residents seeking to further their education. Each of the scholarship funds administered by the Endowment has its own specific guidelines and eligibility requirements. To determine if any may be right for you, please review the information for each scholarship fund provided in the Our Funds section of this website. You should indicate your preferences on our application checklist. Although students are welcome to apply for as many scholarships as are appropriate, generally only one scholarship will be awarded to a student. If you qualify, the Endowment may consider you for a scholarship you have not selected from the checklist as well. The Permanent Endowment’s application checklist includes the requirements for applying for support from all of the Endowment’s funds and must be included with your application materials.
All scholarship applicants must submit an application and the required supporting materials to the Endowment by the posted deadline. For the 2010 scholarship cycle, applications must be postmarked by March 15, 2010 as noted on the Permanent Endowment’s calendar. There are separate applications for high school seniors and for students already enrolled in a college program.
A useful step when applying for scholarships or financial aid is to file an application for federal student aid that is available through the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Federal Student Aid. Information is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The Permanent Endowment requests the Expected Family Contribution figure from that filing, when available.
If you have any questions about the Permanent Endowment’s scholarship program or the application form, please contact us at 508.338.4665 or at email@example.com.