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JSSA Educational Scholarship Fund for Undergraduates

Scholarships up to $6,000 are awarded once a year. Decision is based primarily on

financial need. Recipients are eligible for 1-2 years of funding.

Applicants must be:
. A high school senior at a Montgomery County public high school.
. A U.S. citizen or working towards citizenship.
. Accepted into an accredited four-year undergraduate program, vocational school or community college.

Awards may not be used for:
. A student attending private or parochial school.
. Graduate or post-graduate students.

Any awardee who does not complete a full year of school must repay the scholarship.

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