UPDATE: 2019 BOSTON BRANCH #34 LETTER CARRIERS SCHOLARSHIP EXTENDED
Scholarship deadline has been extended to May 18th, 2019
Each year, six (6) one-year college scholarships carrying stipends of $1000 each will be awarded by a committee of Boston area educators to the highest ranking candidates. Academic and personal promise will be their only criteria. No Member of the National Association of Letter Carriers will be involved in the decisions in any manner.
Winners of a Branch #34 Letter Carriers Scholarship must attend an accredited two- or four-year college or university offering a course of instruction leading to bachelor’s degree. The scholarship award will be sent in the student’s name, payable to the college at which he/she is enrolled. The stipend will be credited to the recipient’s account and used in accordance with the scholarship policy of the college.
Click on this link to print the PDF form: 2019 Scholarship Application Request Form
The student must be a legally dependent of a Member of the NALC, Branch #34. He or she must be a high school graduate who in 2019 will enter the freshman class of an accredited college or university.
HOW TO APPLY
1) Print, complete and return the 2019 Scholarship Application Request Form, no later than May 18th, 2019, to the address printed on the lower portion of the form, and a complete application will be sent to you. Be careful to answer every question completely, accurately and legibly.
2) Register for and take the College Board SAT’s
– Scores should be reported on the attached application. If taken more than once, report your best scores. Consult your high school guidance counselor for advice and information on registration and the site of the test. The test fee is your responsibility.
3) At an appropriate time, the selection committee will send the applicant a Biographical Questionnaire, and a School Report Form. These must be completed and returned according to the instructions enclosed with the forms.
Scholarship recipients will be notified no later than July 1, 2019. However, a scholarship award will not become effective until a winner is definitely enrolled in an approved college or university.