Sharon Marie All Memorial Scholarship

Purpose of Scholarship

To provide financial assistance for tuition, books, or other educational expenses to a graduating senior at Newark High School who will be attending college.

Deadline

April 1

Number and Size of Awards

One award of $4,000

Allowed Use of Award

Awards may be used for tuition, fees, books, and other expenses associated with higher education.

Eligibility Criteria

For a graduating senior of Newark High School who:

  • Has a 3.6 GPA (90 percent) or higher, and
  • Goes above and beyond what is required and makes a difference through community service.

Committee/Selection Process

The selection process is coordinated through Newark High School. A scholarship selection committee reviews applications, selects a recipient, and informs the Community Foundation.

Application Process

The application process is coordinated through the Newark High School Guidance Office, where application instructions are also available.

Sharon Marie All Memorial Scholarship Application

Award Announcement and Payment

The Community Foundation mails a letter with instructions for claiming the award to the high school for presentation to the recipient. Payment is mailed to the school for the recipient’s account in two equal installments for the Fall and Spring semesters.

To release the initial Fall semester payment, send a class schedule or un/official transcript between July 1 and September 15 to the Community Foundation verifying full-time enrollment in a science, technology, engineering, or mathematics program.

To release the Spring semester payment, send an un/official transcript or the Sharon Marie All Memorial Scholarship Mid-Year Academic Verification Form between December 1 and March 15 to the Community Foundation verifying continued full-time enrollment and a minimum 3.0 GPA.

Renewability

This scholarship is a one-time award and is not renewable.


Donor Information

This scholarship was created by the All family in memory of Sharon Marie All, a dedicated, hardworking, and successful woman who devoted her life to the community and her family. She touched many lives through her volunteerism in both the classroom and in the community, by opening her home and heart to foster children and foreign exchange students, and inspiring children to become all that they could be.

Learn more about Sharon Marie.


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