Lacrosse for Life Scholarship

$500

March 14, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • New Wave Lacrosse has always stood behind an ideology that this sport is about not only creating great lacrosse players, but developing young men into upstanding, responsible, and committed people.

    Each year we watch as our players grow, shift, and evolve towards meeting those goals, and each year we provide our athletes with support and guidance through those changes. We wanted to go above and beyond even that, which is why we put together the Lacrosse for Life Scholarship two years ago.

    The scholarship was developed to help our players financially into the next stages of their lives, as a thank you from us, and as a marker of the progression that they have made.

    This year, seniors from our New Wave Lacrosse club teams are eligible to receive $500 towards their college tuition. The rules for the scholarship are simple: write an essay about how playing lacrosse with New Wave has impacted your life.

    Eligibility:
    -All current seniors on New Wave's Ion or Apex (formerly Tesla) club teams

    Essay topics:
    -What lessons have you learned at New Wave that you will carry with you?
    -Were there any coaches that had a special impact on you and why?
    -Did you develop close friendships during your time with New Wave?
    -What was your single best experience at New Wave and why?
    -What message would you like to pass on to future New Wave players?

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Andy Thompson
  • andy@newwavelax.com
  • 630-219-3919

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