Chief Gary R. Cline Memorial Scholarship

$1,500

March 31, 2021

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Chief Gary R. Cline Memorial Scholarship is in honor of late Chief Gary R. Cline, who served the Merchantville Police Department. The course of study must be related to law enforcement. Must be a registered member of the graduating high school class of application year and must be eligible to receive his/her High school diploma prior to September 1. Must be a registered student in any private, parochial or public school located in Camden County. Must have a definite plan to pursue a post-high school program of education or training. Must exhibit good citizenship traits and be of sound moral character. Must be full-time at a post-secondary institution. For more information and to apply, visit the Camden County Heroes website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 162 w. white horse pike
  • Berlin, NJ 08009
  • dawn@camdencountyhero.com
  • tel: 856-768-9656
  • fax: 856-768-5855

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