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Fox Valley Dog Training Club Community Scholarship Award

This scholarship opportunity is extended to graduating high school seniors and college/vocational students with primary residence in Kane County, IL and seeking animal-centered careers.


The goal of the Community Scholarship Award is to support dedicated interest and an active role in the welfare of animals. We know that for our animal friends of all types to thrive, they’ll need caring individuals interested in their welfare. Whether their goals lie in veterinary work, grooming, dairy farming or even a career at Sea-World, students should consider applying.

Community members and a club member will evaluate and score applications, with a minimum total of 80 points required to award the scholarship. Payment will only be made directly to the learning institution. For more information, please visit our website.

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