The Iowa Credit Union Foundation (ICUF) is pleased to announce the start of its Warren A. Morrow Memorial Scholarship program, which will award $5,750 in scholarships to six Iowa students.
Two different scholarship programs are available through the 2015 Warren A. Morrow Memorial Scholarship program. Click here to learn more about Warren A. Morrow.
High School Seniors
The first is a scholarship for high school seniors with a projected graduation date of 2015. This high school scholarship competition will award a total of $3,750 to four students. The first place prize is $1,500; second place is $1,000; third place is $750 and fourth place is $500. Click here to apply for the high school senior scholarship.
Post-High School Scholarship
The second is the post- high school scholarship, which is open to any person who is entering or attending an accredited undergraduate, graduate or vocational program. This category will award two $1,000 scholarships. Click here to apply for the post-high school scholarship.
Applicants must complete the designated online entry form and are required to answer the following question in no more than 500 words. Essay questions are designed to encourage learning about the credit union movement and its mission.
Student loans are a common way to help fund college education. Upon graduation, many students are left with a huge amount of debt they need to repay. What can you do to help offset the expenses of college? How can your credit union assist?
The deadline for applications is February 6, 2015. Download the scholarship program guidelines for full details.
Judges will base their scores on originality, clarity, meaningful content, accurate presentation of facts, adherence to contest rules, spelling, grammar and punctuation.
Winners will be notified via mail in April 2015, and the results will be posted on www.IowaCreditUnionFoundation.org.
ATTENTION CREDIT UNIONS: Download the 2015 Warren A. Morrow Memorial Scholarship poster.
Applicants must complete the designated online entry form and are required to answer an essay question designed to encourage learning about the credit union movement and its mission. Judges based their scores on originality, clarity, meaningful content, accurate presentation of facts, adherence to contest rules, spelling, grammar and punctuation. Entrants must have an account established in his or her name and be a “member in good standing” at a credit union that is a member of the Iowa Credit Union League.