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Central Florida Fair Youth College Scholarship

The Board of Directors of the Central Florida Fair will award three $2,500 college scholarships to the qualifying graduating high school seniors who best exemplify their support of the Central Florida Fair, their personal initiative in extracurricular activities and their own personal attributes that will ensure their success in the arena of higher education.


The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage young people, who might not otherwise have an opportunity, to pursue a college education. Applicants must be or have been participants in the Central Florida Fair to qualify. Applicants must be high school seniors who reside in the counties of Orange, Osceola, Lake, Brevard, Seminole or Volusia.

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