Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation offers need-based scholarships
TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212;-Need money to continue your education? The Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation has six scholarships for seniors graduating from local high schools:
Pat Sutton Memorial Scholarship: $3,000
One year scholarship for a Truckee High School student attending a four-year school with exemplary community service.
Elenita Sullivan Memorial Scholarship: $8,000
Four-year scholarship for a North Tahoe High School student attending a four-year school in a health-related field ($2,000/year for four years).
Cameron and Jane Baird Scholarship: $10,000
Four-year scholarship for a Truckee or North Tahoe High School Latino/a student attending a four-year school ($2,500/year for four years).
Cameron and Jane Baird Scholarship: $5,000
Two-year scholarship for a Truckee or North Tahoe High School Latino/a student attending a two-year school ($2,500/year for two years).
Robert and#8220;Froand#8221; Frohlich Memorial Scholarship: $500
One year scholarship to a North Tahoe High School student and#8220;pursuing your dream.and#8221;
TTCF Community Scholarship: $1,000
One year scholarship to a Truckee or North Tahoe High School student attending a four-year school.
Applications are available at http://www.ttcf.net/grants or through the counselorand#8217;s office at North Tahoe and Truckee High School.
A permanent scholarship is a wonderful way to honor a loved one or someone who has made a difference in your life. You can select eligibility criteria that exemplifies that personand#8217;s goals or values and#8212; or those of your family or business. If you are interested in creating a permanent, named scholarship now or through your estate plans, please contact Ann Pridgen, Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation Director of Donor Engagement, at 530-587-1776 or email@example.com.
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