2020 Application Guidelines
Dear Former Smithfield Little League Player:
Congratulations on reaching a milestone in your academic journey!
Smithfield Little League (SLL) is proud to once again offer scholarships to former players who embody the ideals and values of the league. One-year scholarships will be awarded to eligible individuals to assist with college tuition or fees associated with the first year of trade school instruction.
In regard to eligibility for a SLL Scholarship, it is important to note that years of play is not the only criteria that is considered. The league believes that an applicant's’ service to the league should be considered equally with playing time. Service could include the number of years as an umpire, serving as a “Challenger Buddy”, helping to coach a team or attending games in support of the players or other efforts in support of youth baseball in Smithfield.
Applicants must meet the following criteria to be eligible for a scholarship:
- Minimum of five seasons of play in Smithfield Little League
- Service to the league other than play (i.e. Umpire, Challenger Division volunteer, coach, etc.)
- Acceptance to an accredited college, university or trade school.
Please complete the enclosed application and mail no later than Monday, April 6, 2020 to the address located at the bottom of the application. All applications must include the following:
- Complete, and signed, application
- Character reference or letter of recommendation
- 500-word (maximum) essay
- Acceptance letter to an accredited college, university or trade school
If you prefer, a printable version of this application can be found online at
A committee comprised of current and/or former members of the SLL Board of Directors will review all applications. Those selected for a scholarship award will be notified Honors Night in June of this year. Congratulations once again on your upcoming high school graduation and best of luck in your future endeavors.
Chair, Smithfield Little League Scholarship Committee
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