Claverack Rural Electric Cooperative is proud to offer scholarship opportunities to our members and children of members. Claverack has always understood the importance of investing in our future. Together, we have the power to make a difference.
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Claverack and its partner cooperative, Tri-County, have jointly endowed a scholarship that is awarded to a full-time student at Mansfield University who is a member of either Claverack or Tri-County or whose parents are members of either cooperative.
The scholarship winner receives scholarship funds every semester for up to eight semesters, provided he or she maintains full-time enrollment status at Mansfield University and meets specified academic standards.
The first scholarship was awarded in 2002. It is anticipated that a new student will be chosen to receive a scholarship each new school year.
The Pennsylvania Rural Electric Association Scholarship Trust Fund in Memory of William F. Matson is offering scholarships to sons and daughters of members and employees of electric cooperatives in Pennsylvania and New Jersey who belong to the Pennsylvania Rural Electric Association. Applicants must currently be high school seniors and be able to furnish necessary aptitude test scores and financial need information.
This scholarship is in memory of Jody Loudenslager, a 1995 Pennsylvania Rural Electric Association Youth Tour student from Trout Run, Pa. Jody was among the 230 passengers killed July 17, 1996 when TWA Flight 800 exploded shortly after take off from New York. Since Jody was committed to higher education, the scholarship was created to honor her and help Youth Tour participants with college costs.
This scholarship is available to any college-bound or college student who participated in the Pennsylvania Rural Electric Association Youth Tour. Applicants need to furnish necessary aptitude test scores and financial need information.
The Glenn English National Cooperative Leadership Foundation encourages educational advancement by awarding high education scholarships to eligible students who have shown a commitment to the Seven Cooperative Principles.
Applicants must be U.S. Citizens who have participated in the Electric Cooperative Youth Tour and have completed freshman year of college or received academic credits equal to at least one year of college.