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Ashtabula County Business Exchange "Jay Sartini Memorial Scholarship"

Award Amount
$1,000
Awards Available
See Description
Deadline
April 25, 2018
  • Scholarship Description
  • The Jay Sartini Memorial Scholarship is funded and administered by the Ashtabula County Business Exchange. Ashtabula County Business Exchange, chartered in July, 2004, is a group of local business owners who have joined together to exchange and promote business through information sharing. The secondary purpose of the organization is to support business education in Ashtabula County in order to encourage and sustain entrepreneurship.

    Multiple $1000.00 scholarships are awarded to graduating high school students entering college to pursue general studies..

    To be considered for the awards, eligible students are required to submit the following:
    1.A one-page letter of request, explaining why they believe they deserve the award.
    2.Proof of academic eligibility (3.0 or better G.P.A.).
    3.Two letters of recommendation from academic advisors (teachers, professors, guidance counselors).
    4.Student Aid Report.
    5.Record of Community Service.

    The deadline for submitting requests is April 25th , and the requests should be mailed to Ashtabula County Business Exchange

    The Committee will be making decisions on awards by May 15th, with notification immediately following that date. Scholarship funds will be distributed to the recipients upon submission of their Fall semester transcripts.

    Thank you for your help in getting this information to your students. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact any of the committee members.
  • Contact
  • Kenneth McLeod
  • PO Box 554
  • Ashtabula , OH 44005-0554
  • administrator@ashtabulabusiness.com

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