Hammond Tri Kappa Scholarships

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March 30, 2018

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Criteria used by the Tri Kappa Scholarship Committee in the selection of recipients for this scholarship are: academic achievement, strong goals, extracurricular activities, volunteer service, and financial need. Applicants will be evaluated on the information supplied. Recipients will be notified approximately six weeks after the application deadline.

    Eligibility:
    -Be a citizen of the United States and a resident of Hammond
    -Be a high school senior graduating from an area high school
    -Be admitted as a full-time student at an accredited college, university, vocational school, or junior college for the fall term following high school graduation

    Scholarship packets must include:
    -Completed application form
    -Official transcript of high school grades, including 7th semester of the Hammond fall trimester of high school work
    -Goal statement (300 words or less). Submit a typed or handwritten essay explaining your short and long term goal and why you are applying for this scholarship
    -Resume (typed or handwritten). List the following information on a separate sheet of paper or an attached form
    -School extra-curricular activities, honors and awards received, community service activities and work experience
    -A letter of recommendation from your counselor or one of your teachers

    See your school counselor for the application.
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