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Roma Lodge - Darryl & Jeanna Sturino Life Long Learning Scholarship

The Darryl and Jeana Sturino Life Long Learning Scholarship was created in 2008 and is funded by Darryl Sturino, a member of Roma Lodge. The scholarship awards $1,000 to a member of Roma Lodge regardless of age or a child, age 17-25, of Roma Lodge member who has been accepted in or is currently enrolled in a baccalaureate or higher degree program in any accredited college or university in the United States.


Financial need as well as scholastic achievement and community service are the basis for selection of a recipient. The application, selection and award process for the scholarship is administered by Roma Lodge. All graduating high school seniors who are the biological or adopted sons and daughters or grandchildren of Roma Lodge members who are in good standing as of January 31st of the calendar year are eligible to apply for the scholarship. It is necessary for the Roma Lodge member to continue to be a member for the duration of the scholarship academic year.

Selection is based on academic achievement (30%), community service (30%) and financial need (40%).

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