Maine State Society of Washington, Foundation Scholarship Application 2018
The Maine State Society of Washington, D.C. Foundation established a merit-based scholarship program in 1990 to recognize Maine students. Each scholarship is in the amount of at least $1,000, and is awarded to full-time students who have completed at least one year of undergraduate courses at a four-year degree granting, non-profit institution of higher learning in the State of Maine.

NOTE: No first-year college students are eligible for this scholarship, and the funds cannot be applied to graduate school work or community college work.

Submit application (via the web form) and all other required materials (via email to mssfscholarship@gmail.com) no later than midnight ET, March 15, 2018.

Eligibility requirements can be found here: http://mainestatesociety.org/foundation/

You will receive a confirmation of receipt within 24 hours of submitting your application. If not, please resubmit information and check your spam account.

Email address *
Applicant name *
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Date and place of birth *
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Mailing address & permanent address *
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Parent/s' or Guardian/s' Names, if applicable for application *
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Name and address of institution attending *
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Current total course hours/credits *
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Class year/status at time of application *
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Resident of Maine? If yes, for how long *
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If applicant was not born in or has not permanently resided in Maine for 4 years prior to application, explain parent/s’ connection to Maine: *
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2018 scholarship questions – Please select ONE of two and email essays (750 word limit) to mssfscholarship@gmail.com *
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Confirm that the following are included as part of this application; note that essay, transcript and resume should be submitted to mssfscholarship@gmail.com *
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I understand that, if I am selected to receive a scholarship, I must receive satisfactory grades at the end of the preceding term which will qualify me, according to my institution’s standards, to enroll in the next term, full-time, and to continue without restrictions (such as academic probation or course load reductions) as a 4-or 5-year undergraduate degree candidate. *
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