Showing posts with label scholarship. Show all posts
Showing posts with label scholarship. Show all posts

Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Dean College Announces the Dr. Pietro (Pete) Savo Criminal Justice Internship in Collaboration with the Franklin Police Department

Dean College has announced the Dr. Pietro (Pete) Pete Savo Criminal Justice Internship, a new program in partnership with the Franklin Police Department. Each semester, one student from Dean College will have the opportunity to intern with the Franklin Police Department and gain valuable experience in the field of law enforcement. Students will be exposed to a variety of aspects pertaining to working on the force and leave with a working knowledge of next steps should they be interested in further pursing a law enforcement career.
 
“Dr. Savo was a tremendous educator,” says Dean College President Dr. Paula M. Rooney. “Students, staff, and faculty are all better for having known him and we are so proud to have Pete’s name on this internship.”
 
The internship is named in honor of Dr. Pietro (Pete) Savo, who passed away unexpectedly in June 2021. A beloved member of the Dean Community, Dr. Savo was an Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator for the Criminal Justice and Homeland Security programs at the College and was coordinating the internship with the Franklin Police Department prior to his passing. Chief of Police Thomas J. Lynch approached Dean with the desire to name the internship after Dr. Savo as a tribute to his work at the College, in the community and in the field. This is the first internship at Dean to be named in honor of an individual.
 
“We are eager to work with Dean College on this exciting opportunity,” says Lynch.
 
The internship will be offered during both the Fall and Spring semesters. Dean College students will be able to earn three credits by completing 96 hours of work-based experience at the Franklin Police Department. Candidates will be nominated by faculty and staff, followed by a formal interview process with the Franklin Police Department for final approval.
 
“Dr. Savo was a teacher in every sense of the word,” says Dr. P. Gerard Shaw, Dean for the Dean College School of Business. “This internship is a tribute to his legacy and to the countless students he has impacted.”
 
For more information about the program, visit www.dean.edu.


Dean College is a private, residential New England college grounded in a culture and tradition that all students deserve the opportunity for academic and personal success. A uniquely supportive community for more than 150 years, Dean has woven together extensive student support and engagement with exceptional teaching and innovative campus activities. Our graduates are lifetime learners who thrive in their careers, embrace social responsibility and demonstrate leadership. This is The Dean Difference.

 

Dean College Announces the Dr. Pietro (Pete) Savo Criminal Justice Internship
Dean College Announces the Dr. Pietro (Pete) Savo Criminal Justice Internship

Saturday, May 1, 2021

SPECIAL FORCES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - CPT James Ahn

SPECIAL FORCES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 

CPT James Ahn Special Forces Memorial Scholarship

James Ahn
CPT James Ahn
 

Captain James Ahn, a graduate of UC Riverside and the Claremont McKenna College Army ROTC program, died in 2015 during a parachute training operation while participating with his Special Forces unit in Washington State. For all of those who knew and loved James, he will never be forgotten. He was the consummate person and professional who was respected by everyone he came in contact with. 

In James' honor, Gain Service Academy is sponsoring an annual scholarship of $1,000 to a Special Forces Veteran who is working towards the completion of a higher education degree. 

For more details and a scholarship application, go to the link below:   https://www.gainserviceacademyadmission.com/cpt-james-ahn-memorial-scholarship/



Sunday, April 18, 2021

Honey Dew Donuts selling special scholarship donuts

"For a limited time, the two Franklin Honey Dew Donuts locations are selling special scholarship donuts sporting Franklin's school colors!"
#fdp
#honeydew
#scholarshipdonuts https://t.co/5KgZW0vfFz
Shared from the Franklin Downtown Partnership tweet:
(https://twitter.com/FranklinDowntwn/status/1383475360667365384?s=03)

Honey Dew Donuts selling special scholarship donuts
Honey Dew Donuts selling special scholarship donuts


Friday, April 2, 2021

Tri-County's Weidman awarded scholarship to Dean College

Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School is proud to announce that Anna Weidman, a senior in the Engineering Career Program from Franklin, has been awarded a $36,000 tuition scholarship to Dean College for the 2021-2022 academic year. The scholarship is renewable for up to four years/eight semesters of attendance at Dean College, providing a GPA of at least 2.7 is maintained. This is the 23rd year that Dean College is awarding a Tri-County student with the scholarship.

Anna Weidman
Anna Weidman

Consideration for the scholarship is based on a completed admissions application, a Tri-County senior in good standing, superior academic record, teacher recommendations, interviews with a Dean College Admissions representative and Tri-County School Counselors, and extra-curricular activities, including employment. Anna was awarded the scholarship based on her professionalism, along with her many accolades. She works part-time at Daily Dog Sitting and delivering flowers for Luna Flowers. Weidman has maintained a 4.40 GPA and plans to pursue a Business Management degree from Dean College.

“Anna Weidman is an exceptional student who has excelled both inside the classroom and out. Anna represented Tri-County in SkillsUSA National Competitions in Engineering Technology and as a NASA Hunch Semi-Finalist,” says Kristian Johannesen, Guidance Counselor.

Dean College is a private, residential, not-for-profit institution that is fully accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).
 
“The rewarding partnership we have with Dean College positively impacts our community. We are grateful for the generosity of Dean College,” said Stephen Dockray, Superintendent. “The scholarship program allows a Tri-County student the opportunity to pursue a college education. Congratulations to Anna from all of us at Tri-County.”


Thursday, April 1, 2021

Reminder: Two $1000 Scholarships Offered by Knights of Columbus - applications due Apr 16, 2021

Knights of Columbus 1847 in Franklin, MA is accepting applications for 2- $1000 Scholarships. The applicants must be a registered member of St. Mary's Parish in Franklin, and must be graduating from High School in the Spring 2021 and progressing onto their first year of study at a 2- or 4-year college/ university. Please submit a complete our Scholarship Application postmarked on or before the Application Deadline of Friday April 16, 2021.

The application form is available from the banner on the St. Mary's Parish, Franklin website or on the Knights of Columbus 1847 website https://www.kofc1847.org/scholarship-program

Please fill in ALL information accurately and clearly, and then submit the completed application to the Knights of Columbus, Sacred Heart Council 1847, St. Mary's Parish c/o Mike Swan, 38 Madison Ave., Franklin, MA 02038.

The award will be given to the recipients upon completion of their 1st semester of studies and upon proof of enrollment in the 2nd semester.

Please contact Mike Swan for more information at 508-404-4792. 

https://www.kofc1847.org/scholarship-program
https://www.kofc1847.org/scholarship-program


 

Saturday, March 27, 2021

Boston.com: "Local breweries team up to brew ‘As One,’ which funds a scholarship for people of color"

"Four Massachusetts breweries have joined forces to launch a scholarship with the hopes of bringing more people of color into a majority white industry.

67 Degrees Brewing, Arcpoint Brewing, Crue Brew Brewery, and White Lion Brewing teamed up to brew “As One,” a New England IPA that will be available to the public on March 31. A portion of the proceeds will go toward the creation of a scholarship at Holyoke Community College, and will be available to students of color who are enrolled in the college’s beer, cider, and winemaking program.

“The fabric of the craft beer trade doesn’t mirror the fabric of the communities we work, play, and live in,” said Ray Berry, owner and founder at White Lion, in a press release. White Lion is one of just five Black-owned breweries in Massachusetts."
Continue reading the article online

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Two $1000 Scholarships Offered by Knights of Columbus - Applications due Apr 16, 2021

Knights of Columbus 1847 in Franklin, MA is accepting applications for 2- $1000 Scholarships. The applicants must be a registered member of St. Mary's Parish in Franklin, and must be graduating from High School in the Spring 2021 and progressing onto their first year of study at a 2- or 4-year college/ university. Please submit a complete our Scholarship Application postmarked on or before the Application Deadline of Friday April 16, 2021.

The application form is available from the banner on the St. Mary's Parish, Franklin website or on the Knights of Columbus 1847 website https://www.kofc1847.org/scholarship-program

Please fill in ALL information accurately and clearly, and then submit the completed application to the Knights of Columbus, Sacred Heart Council 1847, St. Mary's Parish c/o Mike Swan, 38 Madison Ave., Franklin, MA 02038.

The award will be given to the recipients upon completion of their 1st semester of studies and upon proof of enrollment in the 2nd semester.

Please contact Mike Swan for more information at 508-404-4792. 

https://www.kofc1847.org/scholarship-program
https://www.kofc1847.org/scholarship-program


 

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

St Mary's Women's Club: Scholarship for High School Seniors 🎓

SCHOLARSHIP Application Requirements:

  1. Open to both male and female students.
  2. Applicant must be a registered member of St. Mary's Parish in Franklin. Preference is given to candidates who have a relative in the Catholic Women's Club.
  3. Applicant must be a graduating from High School in the Spring, 2021 and progressing on to his/her 1st year of study at a 2 or 4-year college/university.
  4. Applicant must submit a completed scholarship application, with required attachments as indicated below, postmarked on or before the application deadline of Friday, April 16, 2021

The Scholarship will be awarded based on the following input:

  1. An essay of why the student is applying for this scholarship.
  2. What are the applicants interests and activities and involvement in the church and their faith?
  3. Two letters of recommendation from a non-family member who can attest to the applicants service in school, the parish, or the community.

Up to 2 Scholarships will be awarded and will be paid to each recipient as 2 installments of $500 each. These payments will be given to the recipient at the start of their 1st semester of studies and upon proof on enrollment in the 2nd semester.

 

 

Contact info:
St Mary's Catholic Women's Club Scholarship Committee
407 Oak Street
Franklin, MA
02038

Claudia.brennick@gmail.com

Applicant must be a registered member of St Mary's Parish.

Preference given to relatives of Catholic Women's Club members.

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Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Two $1000 Scholarships Offered by Knights of Columbus, Sacred Heart Council 1847, Franklin, MA

Knights of Columbus 1847 in Franklin, MA is accepting applications for 2- $1000 Scholarships. The applicants must be a registered member of St. Mary's Parish in Franklin, and must be graduating from High School in the Spring 2021 and progressing onto their first year of study at a 2- or 4-year college/ university. Please submit a complete our Scholarship Application postmarked on or before the Application Deadline of Friday April 16, 2021.

The application form is available from the banner on the St. Mary's Parish, Franklin website or on the Knights of Columbus 1847 website https://www.kofc1847.org/scholarship-program

Please fill in ALL information accurately and clearly, and then submit the completed application to the Knights of Columbus, Sacred Heart Council 1847, St. Mary's Parish c/o Mike Swan, 38 Madison Ave., Franklin, MA 02038.

The award will be given to the recipients upon completion of their 1st semester of studies and upon proof of enrollment in the 2nd semester.

Please contact Mike Swan for more information at 508-404-4792. 

https://www.kofc1847.org/scholarship-program
https://www.kofc1847.org/scholarship-program


Monday, March 1, 2021

The Friends of Franklin Library Scholarship awarded to Emily Vinson

Emily Vinson, a 2020 Franklin High School graduate, has won The Friends of Franklin Library Scholarship in Memory of Wilma Winters. She received $1,000 toward the cost of her college education.

Vinson was selected as the contest winner based on her essay about a book that changed her thinking, "Becoming" by Michelle Obama. The former first lady's autobiography, Vinson wrote, inspired her to persevere through difficulties and to serve her community. 

"In these challenging times today, I hoped what I learned in the book 'Becoming' can help me focus on the positive, recognize there is still good in the world, and help others," Vinson wrote.

Now a Providence College student, Vinson has volunteered at the library, senior center and elsewhere. She also served as a basketball referee through the Franklin Recreation Department, an experience she used in her essay as an example of how perseverance turned her from a soft-spoken, unsure official to a confident one that over time earned the respect of players and coaches.

The Friends of Franklin Library established its scholarship program in 2014 as part of an effort to honor Wilma Winters, a longtime Franklin resident and library supporter. Winters, who had a long career in higher education, worked for many years as a librarian, including at Boston University Medical School and Harvard’s School of Public Health. She spent her retirement years volunteering at the Franklin Public Library. Winters died in 2011, leaving a sizable donation to The Friends. 

The scholarship program has assisted college-bound Franklin students in each of the past seven years. It will be awarded again this year to a member of the Class of 2021.  

Lisa Rein, left, a Friends of Franklin Library board member, presents a check to Emily Vinson, winner of the Friends of Franklin Library Scholarship in Memory of Wilma Winters
Lisa Rein, left, a Friends of Franklin Library board member, presents a check to Emily Vinson, winner of the Friends of Franklin Library Scholarship in Memory of Wilma Winters

Saturday, February 20, 2021

Don't Forget! Apply for a Rockland Trust Scholarship Today

Applications are open for a Rockland Trust scholarship

Selection Criteria:
  • Selection will be based on the applicant’s academic achievement, community service and extracurricular activities. 
  • Applications must be either completed online or postmarked by March 15, 2021 to be considered. Winners will be notified by May 17, 2021
  • Applications must be complete and accompanied by the two most recent semester grades on an official high school transcript.
  • The Rockland Trust Scholarship Committee will record and score all complete applications received by the deadline.  Scholarships will be awarded based on the following criteria:
    • Academic Accomplishment: 20 points
    • Community Service/Extracurricular Activity : 45 points
    • Essay:  35 points 
https://www.rocklandtrust.com/scholarship

Don't Forget! Apply for a Rockland Trust Scholarship Today
Don't Forget! Apply for a Rockland Trust Scholarship Today


Sunday, January 31, 2021

Encore Music Education Foundation: 2021 Senior Scholarship Application Open

The Encore Music Education Foundation, Inc.'s 2021 Senior Scholarship Application is now OPEN! 
 
* Applications are due before March 31, 2021 
 
*To be an eligible applicant you must be a graduating high school senior or high school graduate studying a musical instrument or voice, with the intention to pursue an undergraduate degree in music performance, music education, sound recording and engineering, music business administration, or musical theatre at a two or four-year accredited institution of higher learning. 
 
* To learn more, and to download and print it out, click here: https://www.wesupportmusic.org/scholarship-opportunities/
 
Encore Music Education Foundation: 2021 Senior Scholarship Application Open
Encore Music Education Foundation: 2021 Senior Scholarship Application Open
 

Thursday, January 21, 2021

Franklin Resident Awarded the Carol A. Pizzi Scholarship

Declan Lynch, a recent graduate of Franklin High School, has been awarded the Carol A. Pizzi Scholarship by the Franklin Democratic Town Committee.

An Eagle Scout from Franklin, Declan and members of his troop recently completed a registry for Franklin’s Union Street Cemetery. He logged in more than 170 hours to make this project possible. Declan is also an active member of the Best Buddy program and has competed in many Special Olympic events.  He now proudly serves on the Best Buddy board. 

“To go from being coached in the pool to coaching younger children with disabilities is pretty cool. And to be able to represent kids with learning disabilities on the Best Buddies Board is quite an honor.”- Declan Lynch

Declan also volunteers his time every Friday at the Magnolia Heights Retirement Community where he plays games with the residents and enjoys bringing smiles to their faces. 

Declan Lynch
Declan Lynch
This fall, Declan began his first year at Dean College as part of the Arch Program and will use the $1,000 scholarship to assist with tuition and school supplies. The Franklin Democratic Town Committee is thrilled to honor this extraordinary young man with this scholarship award and wishes him all the best in his future endeavors. 

“Declan’s character, commitment to success, determination in spite of challenges, and tremendously positive approach to all things will make him a success wherever he may go.”- D. Soulard, Guidance Counselor at Franklin High School

The Carol A. Pizzi scholarship is named after beloved Franklin resident Carol A. (O’Connor) Pizzi who passed away in 2010. Carol was a real estate agent in town and a passionate member of the town’s Democratic committee. If you would like to learn more and/or contribute to this scholarship fund, please visit www.franklindemocrats.com.  



Saturday, January 2, 2021

New York Times: "FAFSA’s Expected Family Contribution Is Going Away"

For anyone who had to file a FAFSA for their college student, this is a change.

From the New York Times:
"FAFSA’s Expected Family Contribution Is Going Away. Good Riddance.
The dollar figure that the federal financial aid form spits out has long left families confused and despondent. And then there are those great expectations."
Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)


New York Times: "FAFSA’s Expected Family Contribution Is Going Away"
New York Times: "FAFSA’s Expected Family Contribution Is Going Away"


Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Southeastern MA Veterans' Service Officers Association $500 Scholarship!

Veterans and Family Members Apply Before July 31, 2020

Please find the application for the scholarship here https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif591/f/uploads/scholarship_application.pdf

The Southeastern Massachusetts Veterans’ Services Officers Association (SMVSOA) will grant a $500.00 scholarship to be used to help defray education expenses if the following criteria is met:
  • Applicant is a Veteran, the spouse or widow of a Veteran, the child of a Veteranor the grandchild of a Veteran–DD214 required for verification
  • The Veterans’ Service Officer who is sponsoring the nomination is a current member of the SMVSOA
  • Application must be typed and submitted by hard copy; email not accepted
  • Application to include a letter of recommendation from a teacher, guidance counselor or employer
  • Official high school, trade school or college transcript
  • Application is post marked by July 31 of the current year and mailed to Lisa Potts, 210 Central Street, Hingham, MA 02043

Contact Dale Kurtz, Franklin VSO, at (508) 613-1315 for more information

Southeastern MA Veterans' Service Officers Association $500 Scholarship!
Southeastern MA Veterans' Service Officers Association $500 Scholarship!

Thursday, June 11, 2020

Tri-County Regional Student Awarded Scholarship from Sisters@Heart

Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School is proud to announce Connor Donovan, Class of 2020, has received a $1,000 scholarship from Sisters@Heart. The local nonprofit organization was founded to improve the lives of those affected by heart disease and stroke through funding research projects and providing financial assistance to impacted families in need.

Donovan is a graduate of Tri-County RVTHS computer information systems program. His demonstrated great strength, perseverance, and kindness while working to improves the lives of others set him apart from other applicants.

"We recognize the courage and strength involved in personally living with and overcoming heart and stroke related illnesses or having a family member impacted, and the importance of education as a means of awareness and prevention," a press release from Sisters@Heart read. "This scholarship reflects our commitment to educating our greater community and we are excited to support the recipients in their quest to better themselves and their opportunity for growth through education."

This scholarship was created in 2019 to help students who have been impacted by heart disease or stroke either personally or in their family. Donovan was selected as one of three recipients for the award.

Tri-County Regional Student Awarded Scholarship from Sisters@Heart
Tri-County Regional Student Awarded Scholarship from Sisters@Heart

Monday, June 8, 2020

SAFE Coalition announces PEERS Scholarship award: Emma Kucich

Each year, the SAFE Coalition is honored to provide one graduating senior with the PEERS Scholarship. This scholarship fund was established and donated by the Sacchetti Family in close collaboration with the SAFE Coalition and Franklin High School. 

We are Extremely excited to offer this annual $5,000 scholarship award to a graduating FHS Senior in recognition of their selfless and often underappreciated and unrecognized commitment to raising awareness and educating and influencing their PEERS about substance use and prevention.

This year, we are proud to announce Emma Kucich as the PEERS Scholarship award recipient. Emma has been participating in the coalition for three years, has been an active member in meetings and programming, has been a driving force for her peers at school to seek additional mental health support, is a strong advocate for peer recovery services, and has dedicated her last summer before college to interning with the Coalition. 

Emma is a bright light, a warm conversation, and someone who we know will share the spirit of recovery and support to all those who cross her path. We are so happy to award this scholarship to Emma Kucich. University of Massachusetts Amherst is so lucky to have you!

SAFE Coalition announces PEERS Scholarship award: Emma Kucich
SAFE Coalition announces PEERS Scholarship award: Emma Kucich

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Tri-County Regional Student Awarded Scholarship to Dean College

Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School is proud to announce Taylor Tremblay, a senior in the Graphic Communications career program from Franklin, has been awarded a $35,000 tuition scholarship to Dean College for the 2020-2021 academic year. Updated: "Our apologies. The scholarship is renewable for up to 4 years/8 semesters of attendance at Dean College, providing maintaining at least a 2.7 grade point average."

This is the twenty-second year that Dean College is awarding the scholarship to a Tri-County student.

Consideration for the scholarship is based on a completed admissions application, a Tri-County senior in good standing, superior academic record, teacher recommendations, interviews with a Dean College Admissions representative and Tri-County School Counselors, and extra-curricular activities including employment.

Taylor was awarded the scholarship based upon her professionalism and composure along with many of her accolades. Taylor has been a member of the Green Club, Yearbook Club, softball team and Girl Scouts during her time at Tri-County. She is also a member of the Peter H. Rickard Chapter of the National Honor Society and was named to the honor roll her freshman, sophomore and junior year.

Taylor was well prepared for the interview process. Tri-County students are groomed to present themselves in a professional manner. They are taught to research an organization so they are ready to answer any questions posed to them prior to going to an interview.
Tri-County RVTHS
Tri-County RVTHS

“Taylor Trembley is a student who excelled both in the classroom and in various activities inside and outside the school. She had almost a perfect 4.0. GPA and was a member of Tri-County’s varsity softball team, active in the Girl Scouts of America from an early age on and did a fine job representing the school in the Skills USA competition in her concentration area of Graphic Communications. She also had stellar recommendations from her teachers and staff at Tri-County HS,” said Larry Thode, Sr. Assistant Director of Admissions, Dean College.

“We are once again grateful of the generosity that Dean College has granted to one of our students and we are proud of the relationships we have built to benefit our communities," said Stephen Dockray, Superintendent. “The scholarship program will allow another Tri-County student to pursue a college education. Congratulations to Taylor from all of us at Tri-County.”

Thursday, April 9, 2020

Encore Music Education Foundation in Action

With all of us trying to cope, manage, and thrive in difficult situations, music is a well-acknowledged way to bring serenity and smiles to our faces. 

Thanks to the incredible generosity of our sponsors, donors, and families, The Encore Music Education Foundation (EMEF) continues to help sustain music students throughout the current crisis. 

In the last two weeks alone, EMEF has awarded over $1500.00 in grants to help families in need remain in the instrumental, vocal, and class environments that are more important than ever. Please read about some of our past scholarship recipients here! 

For more about Encore Music Education Foundation visit them online
https://www.wesupportmusic.org/emef-in-action-your-impact/ 

Encore Music Education Foundation in Action - Abby
Encore Music Education Foundation in Action - Abby

Encore Music Education Foundation in Action - Arina
Encore Music Education Foundation in Action - Arina

Encore Music Education Foundation in Action - Claire
Encore Music Education Foundation in Action - Claire

Encore Music Education Foundation in Action - Prem
Encore Music Education Foundation in Action - Prem

Encore Music Education Foundation in Action - Sunehri
Encore Music Education Foundation in Action - Sunehri

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

FYHA creates Coach Leo McGee Memorial Scholarship

"FYHA is pleased to announce the creation of the Coach Leo McGee Memorial Scholarship, which will be awarded annually to a graduating Franklin High School senior who is part of either the boys or girls hockey program.

The recipient will embody what Coach Leo was to FYHA: an unsung hero with a selfless attitude; a committed leader on and off the ice; and someone willing to help anyone, at any time

It is our hope that this award will keep Coach Leo's legacy a constant source of inspiration within the youth hockey community.

We are working with Coach Sarno and Coach Burke to identify the candidates for consideration this year. He/she can be a rostered player or someone who is involved in another capacity (e.g. a team manager or student assistant).

The recipient will be announced at FHS’ Awards Night in May. 

If you are interested in contributing to the scholarship fund, tax deductible donations can be made via check and mailed to FYHA (see address below). 

Please put “Coach Leo Scholarship” in the memo line.
Mailing Address:
FYHA
P.O. Box 71
Franklin, MA 02038"



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