WARRIOR FOR LIFE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM


Thank you for your interest in applying to the Warrior for Life Scholarship Foundation 2017 Scholarship program.

Each year, the Warrior for Life Scholarship Foundation aims to award scholarships to deserving and aspiring students from Franklin Township.
We encourage all who meet the eligibility requirement to apply!

OUR SCHOLARSHIPS

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Academic Excellence Award

In honor of true Warriors for Life, Mr. and Mrs. Carl and Theresa Wade, the Academic Excellence Award is a scholarship designed to support a Franklin Township 12th Grade student, first year Undergraduate student, or first year vocational or trade school student in their post high school academic goals, who has achieved academic success in the classroom .

Financial Need or Personal Tragedy Award

In honor of a true Warrior for Life, Ms. Myra A. Mitchell, the Financial Need or Personal Tragedy Award is a scholarship designed to support a Franklin Township 12th Grade students, first year Undergraduate students, or first year vocational or trade school students who is facing or has faced significant hardship in their lives, whether personal of financial, and requires assistance with achieving their post high school academic goals.


Legacy Award

In honor of a true Warrior for Life, Mr. Dennis Harris, the Legacy Award is a scholarship designed to support a Franklin Township 12th Grade student, first year Undergraduate student, or first year vocational or trade school student in their post high school academic goals, who has contributed to the community in a way that will establish a legacy. This includes, but is not limited to significant contributions to Athletics, Arts, Community Service Projects, or Volunteerism.


The Historically Black College or Univeristy (HBCU) Award

In honor of true Warriors for Life Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm and Barbara Bernard the Warrior for Life HBCU Award is a scholarship designed to support a Franklin Township 12th Grade student aspiring to attend an HBCU post high school graduation or a first year Historically Black College or University Undergraduate student.

The Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, defines an HBCU as: “…any historically black college or university that was established prior to 1964, whose principal mission was, and is, the education of black Americans, and that is accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency or association determined by the Secretary of Education to be a reliable authority as to the quality of training offered or is, according to such an agency or association, making reasonable progress toward accreditation.” HBCUs offer all students, regardless of race, an opportunity to develop their skills and talents. These institutions train young people who go on to serve domestically and internationally in the professions as entrepreneurs and in the public and private sectors.


ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED ON OR BEFORE 11:59PM EST OCTOBER 5TH, 2018

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