M. Verna Butterer Educational Trust

Award Amount
$14,000
Awards Available
0
Deadline
March 15, 2018
  • Scholarship Description
  • The M. Verna Butterer Educational Trust offers a combination scholarship and interest free loan to Bucks County residents that demonstrate financial need and want to pursue post high school education. A recipient of a scholarship/loan may be eligible for up to four years of funding for attendance at colleges, universities, technical schools, nursing schools and other post secondary institutions located within the U.S. Half of the award is a scholarship, and the other half is an interest free loan. Awards are renewable upon application.

    Eligibility:
    -Have financial need for educational purposes as determined by the trustees of the foundation
    -Be a graduating high school senior, current undergraduate student, or non-traditional returning student
    -Be a U.S. citizen and at least a 2-year resident of Bucks County, PA
  • Contact
  • M. Verna Butterer Educational Trust
  • P.O. Box 273
  • Fountainville, PA 18923-0273
  • 215-249-0503
  • 215-249-0503

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