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Vermont Federal Credit Union Educational Scholarships

Vermont Federal Credit Union's Educational Scholarships are $2,000 each and will be awarded to four (4) students with a history of strong academic achievement and service to the community.


Students of any age who have been accepted to or are enrolled in an accredited undergraduate program at a college, trade school, or university for the upcoming academic year may apply. All applicants must be members of Vermont Federal. Complete applications should be returned to Vermont Federal by April 6th. Recipients will be notified by June 30th and will be selected based on their academic achievements, enthusiasm for their planned field of study, and service to the community. For the complete application and eligibility requirements, please visit our website.

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