Nancy Barie-Turner Scholarship
Purpose of Scholarship
To provide scholarship support to a graduating senior from Alexander High School in Alexander, New York.
Number and Size of Awards
Two awards of $1,500 each
Allowed Use of Award
Awards may be used for tuition, fees, books, and other expenses associated with higher education.
For graduating Alexander High School seniors who:
- Show interest in human service, agriculture, or business/financial careers;
- Display the ability to be good members of the community (e.g., through volunteerism or church activities); and
- Are diligent in academic studies, with a 3.0 GPA or more.
Financial need is a consideration, but not a determining factor.
The selection process is coordinated through Alexander High School. A committee comprised of the principal, two guidance counselors, and faculty members reviews applications, selects recipients, and informs the Community Foundation.
The application process is coordinated by the Alexander High School Guidance Office, where application instructions are also available.
Award Announcement and Payment
The Community Foundation mails a certificate to the high school for presentation to the recipient and mails a letter with instructions for claiming the award to the recipient Mrs. Turner or her designee presents the awards during the awards or commencement ceremony. Payment is mailed to the school for the recipient's account after completion of the Fall semester once required documentation is received .
To release the Spring scholarship payment, send a class schedule or un/official transcript or the Nancy Barie-Turner Mid-Year Academic Verification Form to the Community Foundation between December 1 and March 15 verifying enrollment and a 3.0 minimum GPA. Scholarships not claimed by March 15 in the assigned year will be forfeited.
This scholarship is a one-time award and is not renewable.
Lineal descendants of the donor's siblings are not eligible. If no suitable candidate meets the scholarship eligibility criteria under the three main fields of study, then the scholarship committee may select a student based on an "other career" category.
This scholarship was established in 1999 by Nancy Turner in memory of her parents, Albert and Edna Barie, who were dairy farm operators and longtime residents of the Town of Bethany.
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