LCF George Watters Memorial Scholarship
One-year scholarship will be awarded to current high school graduating seniors who will attend a college or university in Nebraska. Applicants must be the son or daughter of any Nebraska Petroleum Marketer and Convenience Store Association member or the son or daughter of a Nebraska Petroleum Marketer and Convenience Store Association's full or part-time employee.
Applicants must be in the top one-third of the graduating class and must demonstrate academic achievement, leadership qualities and have expressed a desire and intent to continue education leading to a degree.
Financial need will be a great criteria used in determining scholarship recipients. Financial need will not be the sole criterion but will be used along with other information to determine scholarship winners.
Applicants must submit their application form , three letters of reference, and a statement from the applicant's high school principal or other authorize person indicating that the student will graduate in the top 33 percent of his/her graduating class.
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