CFNIL’s scholarship funds were created by donors that recognize the importance of helping students achieve their educational goals, now and in perpetuity. The funds’ creators selected the criteria based on their interests and the community’s need. Many of CFNIL’s scholarships are memorials, which celebrate the life and passions of individuals. The applications are read and scored by committees of volunteers who use a “blind” review process and make recommendations to CFNIL’s Board of Trustees. Scholarship recipients are announced in late April. Awards are sent directly to the recipient’s post-secondary institution.
The Janet L. Williams Mathematics Scholarship provides educational resources to students graduating from Hononegah Community High School and majoring in math, math education, computer science or engineering. Applicants must be graduating seniors from Hononegah High School intending to major in math, education to teach math, computer science, or engineering and plan to attend a two- or four-year college or university as a full-time student in the fall of the year the award is offered. Preference will be given to math majors. Dollar amounts will vary.