New $4,000 scholarship for state college from the Rotary Club

by beth on March 27, 2015

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The Southborough Rotary Club has announced a new scholarship for high school students from Southborough.

The winning student will receive $1,000 per year to help attend a 4-year Massachusetts state college or university.

Applicants will be judged on academic achievements and public service.

Applications are due by April 10th.

Forms are available at the Algonquin Regional High School’s guidance office. But you can also get one by emailing carl.guyer@gmail.com.

Here is the club’s full announcement: 

$4,000 College Scholarship

Southborough, MA    At a recent meeting of the Southborough Rotary Club, Carl Guyer, President, announced the establishment of a new $4,000 scholarship program.   This scholarship will be granted to a Southborough High School student in the amount of $1,000 annual increments over four years.   The scholarship will be awarded to a student attending a State of Massachusetts 4 Year College or University based on academic achievement and commitment to public service.

This scholarship is made possible by the Rotary Annie Saterfield Memorial Trust Fund and by generous donations of the town’s residents.  “We are very grateful for these generous donations which has enabled The Rotary Club to award over a quarter of a million dollars to aspiring students over the past 40 years.” Guyer, said.

Southborough Rotary International is comprised of men and women providing service to those in need within the community and throughout the world. We are neighbors, community leaders, and global citizens uniting for the common good. With you, we can accomplish even more.

Interested applicants can request an application form by contacting either the Algonquin High School Guidance Office or contacting Mr. Guyer directly at carl.guyer@gmail.com.

Deadline for submitting the application is April 10,2015.

1 Curious March 30, 2015 at 9:34 AM

Just curious why the limit to state colleges of Massachusetts?

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