THE PEARL HULL FALK SCHOLARSHIP
Trust Services, PO Box 1700
Iowa City, IA 52244
MidWestOne Bank administers the Pearl Hull Falk Trust which provides funds for the Pearl Hull Falk Scholarship. Prior to her death in 1965, Pearl Hull Falk resided in Iowa City where her husband was a prominent banker during the early 1900’s. The trust was established under the Last Will and Testament of Mrs. Falk to provide annual scholarships to needy and worthy students attending the University of Iowa.
AWARDS SCHOLARSHIP AMOUNT – $5,000
Scholarships are awarded annually in the amount of $5,000 each. Awards will be paid in installments of $2,500 at the beginning of each semester and sent directly to the University of Iowa Office of Student Financial Aid.
Each recipient of the Pearl Hull Falk Scholarship must be:
- Of the Protestant Faith,
- A resident of the State of Iowa, and
- A full-time student at the University of Iowa
At least one of the recipients must be a member of an Episcopal Church, and at least one must be a young man who shows interest in and promise for a career in banking. All recipients must be of good character and have a good scholastic record.
HOW TO APPLY
All applications must complete the attached Pearl Hull Falk Scholarship Application. Applications and supporting materials must be received or postmarked by May 3, 2021,to be considered for the 2021 – 2022 academic year. All applications will be notified by mail of their award status by August 2nd, 2021.
Inquiries concerning scholarship applications should be directed to Allison Donnell at email@example.com or call 319-356-5842.
COME PICK UP APPLICATION FROM MRS. HENRY IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE
GEORGE G. LUCKEY POST 57
THE AMERICAN LEGION
VINTON, IA 52349
Veterans Memorial Scholarship
Rules for Qualification
This scholarship is for seniors of the graduating class, including mid–term graduates. Scholarships are subject to change each year due to the availability of funds.
Any high school senior who resides in the Vinton–Shellsburg school district may apply for this scholarship. A student residing outside of the Vinton–Shellsburg school district may apply if their parent, grandparent or guardian is a member in good standing of Post 57.
Qualified students must be entering a school of higher learning of their choice. (College, University, Vocational or Business school)
* The student‘s application must be postmarked no later than Aprillgrm. The mailing address for the Vinton American Legion is: 105 North R Ave, Vinton, IA 52349
* The qualified student must write a letter of application enclosing two written references, one from a faculty member of the student‘s current school and one from a community resident. The community resident may be a school faculty member but not of the student‘s current school. The student must also send a current grade transcript.
* The winning student(s) shall be chosen on the basis of, scholastic ability, leadership, citizenship, goals and need. If a tie occurs during scoring preference will be given to a student that is the child or grandchild of an American Legion member.
If the student is also applying for a Benton County American Legion scholarship he or she does not have to submit two separate applications, just attach a post–it note to their County application that says, “I am also applying for a Post 57 scholarship.”
The winning student(s) will be presented a Scholarship Certificate at the school‘s Senior Awards Ceremony
The Scholarship(s) money will be awarded at the time of the second tuition payment.
If a scholarship winner should decide to enter military service before attending a school of higher learning, their scholarship will be held for them until entering a school of higher learning, up to one year after separation from active duty. The winner shall notify Post 57 of their intent to enter military service.
It is the students‘ responsibility to ensure all of the above requirements are met.
* STUDENTS NEED TO PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO THESE ITEMS.
IOWA PROFESSIONAL GOLFERS’ ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP
The Iowa PGA Foundation, the charitable arm of the Iowa PGA Section of America offers an annual scholarship opportunity in memory of one of our members – Charlie Burkhart. The purpose of this scholarship is to assist students in furthering their education. It is open to any graduating high school seniors or previous graduate residing within the Iowa PGA Section or the state of Iowa.
At least one high school graduate will be the 2021 recipient of $1,500 per year for four years at college or university of their choice. Other previously graduated applicants will be reviewed with additional scholarships awarded when possible. Please see the Charlie Burkhart Scholarship Application for full details.
Scholarship winners are selected on the basis of their interest and activity in golf, the potential for future contributions to the game, leadership skills/community involvement, then on their academic/professional ability and financial need. Please note that applicants must email/mail completed application to the scholarship committee on or prior to June 18, 2021.
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