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The Peter Coco­ziello, Sr. Scholarship


May 01, 2018

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Center for Italian & Italian American Culture (CIIAC) is a 501c(3) non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, promoting and celebrating the rich culture Italians & Italian Americans share. Mr. Peter Coco­ziello, Sr. estab­lished a schol­ar­ship in his name to be adm­nis­tered by The Cen­ter for Ital­ian & Ital­ian Amer­i­can Cul­ture, Inc. Two schol­ar­ships will be awarded to two stu­dents who meet the qual­i­fy­ing cri­te­ria and are of Ital­ian or Ital­ian-Amer­i­can ethnicity.

    Judging criteria is based upon financial need (50%), academic standing (25% 3.5 or higher GPA) and a character essay (25%). The 500-word essay should focus on the significance of Italian heritage in the student’s life, as well as a discussion of personal, educational, and professional goals.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • The Center For Italian American Culture
  • 411 Pompton Ave.
  • Suite 5
  • Cedar Grove, NJ 07009
  • info@ciiac.org
  • tel: 973-571-1995
  • fax: 973-571-0199

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