Students with 100 hours of volunteer service may apply for scholarship

2011-12-26T12:59:00Z 2011-12-26T20:55:04Z Students with 100 hours of volunteer service may apply for scholarship The Billings Gazette
December 26, 2011 12:59 pm

Scholarships are available for students who have completed 100 hours of volunteer service in their community by April 16, 2012.

The 2012 Youth Serve Montana Scholarships are available for up to 70 Montana high school seniors. 

Students who apply and qualify may receive $1,000  toward continued education at one of Montana Campus Compact's 20 public, tribal, private, community, or technical colleges and universities.  

Applications, proof of volunteer service, and enrollment to a Montana post-secondary institution must be submitted to the Governor's Office of Community Service by noon on April 16, 2012.

The application form, additional guidelines, and a scholarship FAQ are available at: serve.mt.gov

The 2012 Youth Serve Montana Scholarships have been made available through a partnership with the Governor's Office of Community Service (serve.mt.gov) and Montana Campus Compact (mtcompact.org), the largest higher education network in Montana.  

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