Noho Pride Scholarship

Qualifications:


- Must be a high school senior
- Must be a resident of either Franklin, Hamden, Hampshire or Berkshire county
- Must have financial need

The Essay
Compose an essay describing how you plan to be a positive role model in the LGBT community.
Use 8½ by 11 inch paper and double-space. The essay should not exceed 500 words. Submit the essay to:

Noho Pride
Attn: Scholarship Committee
PO Box 866
Northampton, MA 01061

Include a cover page with the following information:
Name, mailing address, phone number, email address, name of current high school

The Award
The winner of the scholarship will receive $500, to be paid directly to the college or university of choice prior to the beginning of the fall semester. Only the winner will be notified.

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