Milton Fisher Scholarship for Innovation and Creativity
- Website Address
- Emily Casaretto
- The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven
- 70 Audubon St.
- New Haven, CT 06510
- Email Address
- Application Deadline
- April 30, 2017
- Number Of Awards
- See Description
- Maximum Amount
- Scholarship Description
- The Milton Fisher Scholarship for Innovation and Creativity is not a traditional scholarship focused on rewarding academic achievement and financial need. Its specific goal is to reward and encourage innovative and creative problem solving. The scholarship aims to honor these students and to help make their higher education goals more accessible.
-Has developed a distinctive solution to a problem faced by their school, community, or family
-Has solved an artistic, scientific, or technical problem in new or unusual ways
-Has developed an innovative way to save the environment or improve people's health
Open to residents of all states who will be attending college in Connecticut or the New York City Metropolitan Area, and also to residents of the NYC Metro Area or CT who will be attending college anywhere in the United States.
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