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Louis C. & Amy E. Nuernberger Scholarship

The Louis C. and Amy E. Nuernberger Memorial Scholarship Foundation was established in 1994 to recall and honor the lives of Louis and Amy Nuernberger. The Nuernbergers were actively involved in numerous commercial and community organizations in Wakefield, Nebraska, and together, they raised four children. Louis dedicated his life to business and politics while Amy dedicated hers to their family. The Nuernberger family established this scholarship to assist worthy students in successfully reaching their potential.

To be eligible for this award, applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Applicants must be a current high school graduating senior or a former high school graduate who has been employed by the Wakefield Health Care Center for at least one year
- Applicants must demonstrate potential for achievement of their educational goals
- Applicants must show quality of service given at the Wakefield Health Care Center and must verify length of service
- Primary consideration will be given to those candidates having realistic goals and displaying talent and potential in their field of choice; the applicant’s seriousness of purpose, reliability, initiative, ability to work both independently and with people, and competence in expressing himself or herself both orally and in writing, should be considered in the selection process

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