A Century of Service. Giving for Good.

The Community Foundation administers 35 scholarship programs. Many have their own application process, but the programs below use the St. Louis Graduates’ Scholarship Central, a common scholarship application.  This enables students to apply for all programs for which they are eligible on one form as well as access other private scholarships in the region.

 

Click HERE to start the application process. 

You will be forwarded to the St. Louis Graduates website (stlouisgraduates.org) where you can access all kinds of helpful information about applying to college as well as Scholarship Central.

 

Fall Scholarships (available between September 1 and January 15):

K. Ann Dempsey Honors Scholarship

 

Spring Scholarships (available between January 1 and April 15):

William J. Beatty Scholarship

Larry Carp Memorial Scholarship

George A. Decker Memorial Scholarship

The Friends of Saint Louis Municipal School of Nursing Scholarship

Dennis G. Glore Memorial Scholarship

Ron & Christine Lemonds - Edward Jones Scholarship

Dr. Ciriaco “Jerry” Memmolo Memorial Scholarship

Glenn L. Moller, Jr. Scholarship

The William C. and Bertha Black Rhoda Scholarship

Rio Vista Scholarship

St. Anthony’s Medical Center Foundation Academic Excellence Scholarship

St. Anthony’s Medical Center Norbert Siegfried Scholarship for Sons & Daughters of Employees

St. Louis Graduates Scholarship

St. Louis Municipal Bond Club Clark and Mildred Cox Scholarship

Security Traders Association of St. Louis Scholarship

Triple A Ranch Scholarship

Fred Weber, Sr., Memorial Scholarship

Zimmer Family Scholarship

 

 

 

 

William J. Beatty Scholarship

Source:  Estate of William J. Beatty
Program DescriptionThe Beatty Scholarship “shall be awarded to students or graduates of Sumner High School for the purpose of pursuing college or university work…. it being my wish that the scholarship go to a different person…of African descent… each year”
Eligibility CriteriaAfrican American graduating senior of Sumner High School, St. Louis Public Schools
Selection Criteria:  Academic strength and financial need.
Awards:   Typically one or two awards of $500 to $1,000
Renewable or one-time award:  One year
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15
Application

 

Larry Carp Memorial Scholarship

Source:  Lois and Ken Marshall
Program Description:  Established as a memorial to Lois’ brother, Dr. Larry Carp, this scholarship will be awarded to a St. Louis graduating senior who is either an immigrant or the child of an immigrant to the USA who will pursue a degree in a STEM field of
study. The recipient will demonstrate financial need at an accredited US college or university. Preference may be given to applicants who have participated in a music program.
Eligibility Criteria: 

  • High School senior from the St. Louis region

  • Immigrant or child of immigrants to the United States

  • Strong record and potential in a field of science, technology, engineering or math

  • Financial need

  • Preference may be given to students who have also participated in music programs

Selection Criteria:  Selection and determination of financial need are the responsibility of the St. Louis Community Foundation and may include evaluators from STEM fields. Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of their: application; extracurricular involvement, including evidence of scientific interests; essay on role of science to improve the human condition; two letters of reference - one from a science or math teacher; transcript and standardized test results that demonstrate past success and potential for future success in the sciences.

Financial need will be evaluated based on information provided by the student, family, and college, including application, FAFSA Student Aid Report, and Financial Aid award letter from the college the student will attend.
Awards:   One award of $1,000
Renewable or one-time award:  Renewable
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15.
Application

 

George A. Decker Memorial Scholarship

Source:  Estate of George A. Decker
Program DescriptionThe George A. Decker Memorial Scholarship Program will annually award one or more scholarships to students from Festus High School in Jefferson County or Hancock Place High School in St. Louis County seeking a post-secondary education on a full-time or part-time basis at a regionally accredited college or university, or a certified trade school or technical school, that confers Associate of Applied Science, Associate or Baccalaureate degrees within the State of Missouri.
Eligibility CriteriaGraduating senior from Festus High School or Hancock Place High School. Eligible to graduate. Have demonstrated an exemplary record of hard work, diligence, persistence, and ambition to succeed.
Selection Criteria:  Preference given to students who have demonstrated an exemplary record of hard work, diligence persistence, ambition to succeed as reflected in the essay and letters of recommendation.
Awards:   Typically two awards of $1,000
Renewable or one-time award:  Renewable
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 1
Application

 

K. Ann Dempsey Honors Scholarship

Source:  Dr. K. Ann Dempsey
Program DescriptionThe K. Ann Dempsey Honors Scholarship Fund was established in May 1997 at the St.  Louis Community Foundation by Dr. K. Ann Dempsey, who taught at St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley (SLCC-FV) for many years and served as Coordinator of the Honors Program.  The K. Ann Dempsey Honors Scholarship opportunity is for SLCC-FV Honors eligible students.
Eligibility CriteriaTo be eligible, a student must have completed one Honors course or contract with Honors credit and have earned a 3.5 or above cumulative grade point average at SLCC-FV.
Selection Criteria:  Recommendations for award recipients are based on Honors Committee evaluation of the applicant’s academic performance and the quality of essays and the content of the letters of recommendation.  Final selection and award amount are the responsibility of the St. Louis Community Foundation.
Awards:   Typically two awards of $500
Renewable or one-time award:  One year
Application period:  Opens September 1; deadline is November 1
Application

 

The Friends of Saint Louis Municipal School of Nursing Scholarship

Source:  Friends of Saint Louis School of Nursing Foundation
Program DescriptionThe Friends of Saint Louis Municipal School of Nursing Scholarship is open to academically qualified undergraduate students attending accredited nursing programs located in the City of St. Louis who have demonstrated financial need.  Students may be pursuing a diploma, Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in nursing attending part or full time.The Friends of Saint Louis Municipal School of Nursing was established in 1954 to provide all manner of support to students in the nursing program that prepared nurses to work at City Hospital.  The Friends’ legacy lives on through this scholarship program established at the Community Foundation in 2007.
Eligibility CriteriaNursing students pursuing diploma, Associate’s or Bachelor’s degrees in nursing full or part-time at Barnes-Jewish College Goldfarb School of Nursing, Saint Louis University School of Nursing, St. Louis Community College at Forest Park or Lutheran School of Nursing.
Selection Criteria:  Students with demonstrated financial need who are making satisfactory progress.
Awards:   Typically multiple awards between $500 and $1,000
Renewable or one-time award:  One year
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15
Application

 

Dennis G. Glore Memorial Scholarship Fund

Source:  Greater St. Louis Foodservice Industry Council, friends and family, DGG Memorial Golf Tournament
Program DescriptionThe Dennis G. Glore Memorial Scholarship Fund was established at the St. Louis Community Foundation by the Greater St. Louis Foodservice Industry Council (GSLFIC) in 1996 to honor the memory of Dennis G. Glore, an independent foodservice designer and consultant, for the purpose of providing scholarships to needy, academically promising, second semester or more advanced students attending an approved Hospitality Studies or Culinary Arts Program in the St. Louis area.
Eligibility CriteriaStudents must be in the second semester or more advanced point in their program of study, enrolled in a hospitality service or culinary arts program, and have a 2.5 or above GPA.  Eligible programs: St. Louis Community College at Forest Park, East Central College, St. Louis University, L’Ecole Culinaire
Selection Criteria:  Applicants will be judged on their overall record, need and goals for the future. Scholarship selection and award amount are the responsibility of the St. Louis Community Foundation after consultation with the Glore Scholarship Advisory Board.
Awards:   Typically multiple awards of no less than $500
Renewable or one-time award:  One year
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15
Application

 

Ron & Christine Lemonds - Edward Jones Scholarship

Source:  Edward Jones Trust Company
Program Description: Scholarship will be made annually to a student who is the dependent child of a home-office employee of Edward D. Jones & Co., LP. Recipients will demonstrate academic strength and financial need at a nationally accredited two-year or four-year college or university, and may apply for renewal of the award for three additional undergraduate years. Children of general partners of the parent company, The Jones Financial Companies, LLLP, may not apply for consideration.
Eligibility Criteria: 

  • Cumulative 3.0 grade point average on a four point scale, or the equivalent

  • College preparatory academic record and potential for success

  • Demonstrated financial need at an eligible college or university

  • Full time enrollment at an eligible public two-year or four-year college, university or technical college

Selection Criteria:  Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of their: application; extracurricular involvement, including work, that demonstrates responsibility and leadership; essay that demonstrates strength of character and an attitude that will lead to success; two letters of reference - one from a teacher, one from a supervisor or another teacher; transcript and standardized test results that demonstrate past success and potential for future success.

Financial need will be evaluated based on information provided by the student, family, and college, including application, FAFSA Student Aid Report, and Financial Aid award letter from the college the student will attend.
Awards:   One award of $1,000
Renewable or one-time award:  Renewable
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15.
Application

  

Dr. Ciriaco “Jerry” Memmolo Memorial Scholarship

Source:  Mr. and Mrs. Rizziero Memmolo established the Scholarship in memory of their son, Jerry, a general surgeon at St. Anthony’s Medical Center
Program DescriptionThe Dr. Ciriaco “Jerry” Memmolo Memorial Scholarship was established by Rizziero and Asteria Memmolo to perpetuate the memory of their son, Dr. Jerry Memmolo, a general surgeon at St. Anthony’s Medical Center, by providing scholarships to employees and children of employees of St. Anthony’s Medical Center who are in healthcare fields of study.
Eligibility CriteriaEmployee or dependent child of employee of St. Anthony’s Medical Center. Must demonstrate financial need as a full time student at an accredited trade school, college or university. Applicant will be either: 1) an employee enrolled in a certificate or undergraduate degree program that will either improve his or her work in a clinical healthcare field; or 2) a dependent child of an employee enrolled in a healthcare field of study.
Selection Criteria:  Financial need and enrolled in a healthcare field of study.
Awards:   Typically one award of up to $1,500
Renewable or one-time award:  Renewable
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15
Application

 

Glenn L. Moller, Jr. Scholarship

Source:  Glenn and Anne Moller
Program Description:  Established as a memorial to their son, Glenn, Jr., this scholarship will be awarded to students from the City of St. Louis who have overcome adversity to prepare for future success. Recipients will demonstrate financial need at an eligible two year or four year public college, university, or technical college, and may apply for renewal of the award for three additional undergraduate years. Preference will be given to applicants who have been touched and affected by the program of the Board for Inner City Missions of the United Church of Christ of Metropolitan St. Louis as carried out through its Neighborhood Houses.
Eligibility Criteria:

  • Graduating senior from a high school within the City of St. Louis or a city resident graduating from a county district participating in the Voluntary Transfer Program (VICC).
  • College preparatory academic record and potential for success
  • Demonstrated financial need at an eligible college or university 
  • Full time enrollment at an eligible public two-year or four-year college, university or technical college. 

Selection Criteria:  Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of a student’s extracurricular involvement, including work, that demonstrates responsbility and/or leadership; essays that demonstrate strength of character and an attitude that will lead to success; two letters of reference - one from a teacher, one from a supervisor or another teacher; transcript and standardized test results that demonstrate past success and potential for future succes.

Financial need will be evaluated based on information provided by the student, family, and college, including application; FAFSA Student Aid Report; and Financial Aid award letter from the college the student will attend.
Awards:   Award of up to $4,000 to at least one student
Renewable or one-time award:  Renewable
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15
Application

The William C. and Bertha Black Rhoda Scholarship

Source:  Estate of William C. Rhoda
Program DescriptionThe William C. and Bertha Black Rhoda Scholarship Fund was established in 1994 from the estate of William Clarence Rhoda in memory of his wife, Bertha Black Rhoda.  Mrs. Rhoda was a teacher at Vashon High School in St. Louis for many years and was known for her exceptional success with students who had special learning needs.  Mrs. Rhoda received many distinguished awards in her lifetime including the 1969 Globe Democrat Woman of Achievement Award, 1969 Distinguished Alumni Award, Indiana State University, and the 1973 National Volunteer Award from President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Eligibility CriteriaAfrican American students. Preference given to graduating seniors from Vashon High School. Recipient may attend accredited two-year or four-year college of his/her choice.
Selection Criteria:  African-American students, evidence of strong character and ambition to succeed.  Preference given to graduates of Vashon High School, St. Louis Public Schools.
Awards:   Typically one award of up to $1,500
Renewable or one-time award:  Renewable
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15
Application

  

Rio Vista Scholarship

Program Description:  Scholarships will be made annually to students from the City of St. Louis who have overcome adversity to prepare for future success. Recipients will demonstrate financial need at an eligible two year or four year public college, university, or technical college, and may apply for renewal of the award for three additional undergraduate years.
Eligibility Criteria:

  • Graduating senior from a St. Louis Public School or a charter school within the City of St. Louis
  • College preparatory academic record and potential for success
  • Demonstrated financial need at an eligible college or university
  • Full time enrollment at an eligible public two-year or four-year college, university or technical college.

Eligible institutions for the 2014-15 program:

Barnes Jewish College Goldfarb School of NursingMissouri University of Science and Technology
East Central CollegeRanken Technical College
Harris Stowe State UniversitySoutheast Missouri State University
Jefferson CollegeSt. Charles Community College
Lincoln UniversitySt. Louis Community College (all campuses)
Linn State Technical CollegeTruman State University
Mineral Area CollegeUniversity of Missouri - Columbia
Missouri State UniversityUniversity of Missouri - St. Louis

Selection Criteria: Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of a student’s extracurricular involvement, including work, that demonstrates responsibility and/or leadership; essays that demonstrate strength of character and an attitude that will lead to success; two letters of reference - one from a teacher, one from a supervisor or another teacher; transcript and standardized test results that demonstrate past success and potential for future success. 

Financial need will be evaluated based on information provided by the student, family, and college, including application; FAFSA Student Aid Report; and Financial Aid award letter from the college the student will attend.
Awards:   Up to five awards, ranging from $2,000 to $8,000
Renewable or one-time award:  Renewable
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15
Application

 

St. Anthony’s Medical Center Foundation Academic Excellence Scholarship

Source:  St. Anthony’s Medical Center Foundation
Program DescriptionMade possible through the generosity of the St. Anthony Medical Center Foundation Board of Directors, this scholarship seeks to award children of the Medical Center’s full time and regular part time staff (who have been employed at least one year) who have achieved academic excellence (at least a 3.5 GPA) and will be full time undergraduate students at a regionally accredited four year Missouri college or university or any of Southern Illinois University’s five campuses or the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Eligibility CriteriaDependent children of St. Anthony Medical Center’s full time and regular part time staff (who have been employed at least one year) who have achieved academic excellence (at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA on a 4 point scale) and will be full time undergraduate students at a regionally accredited four year Missouri college or university or any of Southern Illinois University’s five campuses or the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  Employees of SAMC are not eligible to apply for this scholarship.
Selection Criteria:  Preference will be given to those academically qualified eligible applicants who also demonstrate the St. Anthony values of “excellence through teamwork and mutual respect” as well as “compassion and respect for all persons.”
Awards:   Typically at least five awards of $10,000
Renewable or one-time award:  Renewable
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15
Application

 

St. Anthony’s Medical Center Norbert Siegfried Scholarship for Sons & Daughters of Employees

Source:  St. Anthony’s Medical Center Foundation
Program DescriptionThe St. Anthony’s Medical Center Norbert Siegfried Scholarship for Sons and Daughters of Employees is open to dependent children of the Medical Center’s full time and regular part time staff (who have been employed at least one year) who demonstrate financial need as full time undergraduate students at a regionally accredited four year Missouri college or university or at any of Southern Illinois University’s five campuses or the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Employees of SAMC are not eligible to apply for this scholarship.
Eligibility CriteriaDependent child of employee of St. Anthony’s Medical Center.  3.0 gpa required to apply. Demonstrate financial need at any Missouri four year college, any Southern Illinois University campus or the University of Illinois.
Selection Criteria:  Recipients will demonstrate academic strength and financial need at a Missouri four year college, any Southern Illinois campus or the University of Illinois.
Awards:   typically multiple awards from $2,000 to $10,000
Renewable or one-time award:  Renewable
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15
Application

 

St. Louis Graduates Scholarship

Source:  gifts from the good people of the St. Louis region
Program Description:  The St. Louis Graduates Scholarship provides a renewable $1,000 scholarship award to students with financial need who understand the connection between success and they goals they set and the choices they make, and can demonstrate the drive and ambition necessary to succeed at the college level.

Established in 2012 to help ensure more low-income and first-generation students have the support they need to complete a postsecondary degree, the St. Louis Graduates Scholarship Fund enables members of the community to provide financial aid
through a community funded scholarship.

Eligibility Criteria: 

  • High School Senior from the St. Louis region*
  • First generation of family to attend college full time
  • Demonstrated unmet financial need at an accredited US college or university

*Geographic eligibility restricted to residents of the City of St. Louis, the Missouri counties of St. Louis, Saint Charles, Jefferson, Franklin, Lincoln, Washington and Warren, and the Illinois counties of Madison, Saint Clair, Clinton, Monroe, Bond, Calhoun, Macoupin and Jersey.

Selection Criteria:  Students awarded the St. Louis Graduates Scholarship will demonstrate:  drive and ambition to succeed at the college level and an understanding of the connection between success and the goals one sets and the choices one makes.
Students will be evaluated on

  • the quality of the application, including the essay
  • strength of the recommendations
  • demonstration of financial need.

Preference may be given to students who are in the first generation of their family to attend college full time.
Awards:   One new award of $1,000.
Renewable or one-time award:  Renewable
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15

Application

  

St. Louis Municipal Bond Club Clark and Mildred Cox Scholarship

Source:  St. Louis Municipal Bond Club and The Clark Cox Trust
Program DescriptionThe St. Louis Municipal Bond Club Clark and Mildred Cox Scholarship is open to academically qualified (3.0 on a 4.0 scale) students who will attend college full time at an accredited college or university pursuing an undergraduate degree. The St. Louis Municipal Bond Club established this Scholarship program by its members in 1995 to encourage academic excellence for its membership and their families.  In 1999 the scholarship program received a significant gift from the Clark Cox Trust that allowed it to expand in scope and reach.
Eligibility CriteriaThose eligible to apply include:  full-time employees of a St. Louis Municipal Bond Club member firm and their immediate family members, retired full time employees of member firms, and the immediate family members of retired employees, the immediate family members of now deceased full time employees, St. Louis Municipal Bond Club members and their immediate family members, and retired St. Louis Municipal Bond Club members and their immediate family members. Immediate family includes spouse, dependent children and dependent grandchildren.  Preference will be given to applicants from the St. Louis area and to Municipal Bond Department employees of member firms and their families.  Current St. Louis Municipal Bond Club Firms:

Bank of America
Benjamin F. Edwards & Co.
BMO Capital Markets
Commerce Bank
Edward Jones
First Bankers Banc
Huntleigh Securities
J.A. Glynn
JP Morgan
Sentinel Brokers
Smith Moore & Company
Stifel Nicolaus
Wells Fargo Advisors

Selection Criteria:  Applications will be evaluated by the St. Louis Community Foundation on the basis of past academic performance and potential for continued success, the quality of the essay and recommendations.  Selection of the recipients and the scholarship amount will be determined by the St. Louis Community Foundation from information provided by the applicant, the applicant’s recommenders and schools.
Awards:   One $250 award will be renewable for an additional three years of study, provided the recipient continues to attend full time and make satisfactory progress toward his or her degree.
Renewable or one-time award:  Renewable
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15
Application

 

 Security Traders Association of St. Louis Scholarship

Source:  Security Traders Association of St. Louis
Program DescriptionThe Security Traders Association of St. Louis established a Charitable Fund at the St. Louis Community Foundation in 1993 to provide a scholarship opportunity for the employees, spouses and dependent children of employees of St. Louis area Security Trader Association member firms.  Current member firms:

  • Alpine Investment Management
  • Benjamin F. Edwards & Co.
  • Commerce Bank
  • Edward Jones
  • Exegy
  • First Bankers Banc Securities
  • Huntleigh Securities Corp.
  • J.A. Glynn & Co.
  • Kennedy Capital
  • Scottrade Inc
  • Smith, Moore & Co.
  • Sterling Investments
  • Stifel
  • Terril & Company
  • Wedgewood Partners, Inc.
  • Wells Fargo Advisors
Eligibility CriteriaThe candidate must be a full time employee, a spouse of a full time employee, or the dependent child of a full time employee of a Security Traders Association of St. Louis member firm.  Employment eligibility will be confirmed by the member firm.  The candidate must be planning to enroll as a full-time student, as defined by the college, or for six semester hours (or the equivalent) if the candidate is the full time employee, at a regionally accredited two or four year college or university.  The candidate may be a senior in high school or presently attending college as an undergraduate student.  The candidate must have achieved at least a cumulative 2.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale (or the equivalent).

Selection Criteria:  Selection will be based on the candidate’s academic record, promise for continued academic success and involvement in school and community activities as demonstrated from the information provided on the application, transcript, letters of recommendation and the quality of the essay.
Awards:   At least one award from $250 to $1,000
Renewable or one-time award:  One year
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15
Application

  

Triple A Ranch Scholarship

Source:  William S. Anheuser
Program Description:  The Triple A Ranch Scholarship is open to students from the greater St. Louis region who are considered first generation college students and who demonstrate financial need as full time students at a regionally accredited two or four year college or university. 

The Triple A Ranch Scholarship program was established by William S. Anheuser shortly before his death at age 98 to provide financial support and a vote of confidence to area students who are working to improve themselves and their community through advanced education.  The name of the scholarship recalls Mr. Anheuser’s ranch in south central Missouri where he raised prized Aberdeen-Angus cattle and learned a great deal about life and the value of hard work.  Mr. Anheuser hoped to support students he described as “pulling themselves up by their bootstraps.”

Eligibility Criteria: 

  • High School Senior from the St. Louis region*
  • First generation of family to attend college full time
  • Demonstrated unmet financial need at an accredited US college or university

*Geographic eligibility restricted to residents of the City of St. Louis, the Missouri counties of St. Louis, Saint Charles, Jefferson, Franklin, Lincoln, Washington and Warren, and the Illinois counties of Madison, Saint Clair, Clinton, Monroe, Bond, Calhoun, Macoupin and Jersey.
Selection Criteria:  Applications will be evaluated on the basis of the personal traits of perseverance, goal attainment, integrity, and fortitude; past academic performance and potential for continued success; the quality of the essay; strength of the recommendations; and demonstration of unmet financial need.
Awards:   One new award of up to $6,000, based on unmet financial need.
Renewable or one-time award:  Renewable
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15
Application

 

Fred Weber, Sr., Memorial Scholarship

Source:  Fred Weber, Inc.
Program DescriptionThe Fred Weber, Sr. Memorial Scholarship is open to High school seniors who are children of full-time employees of Fred Weber, Inc. or a subsidiary company or children of a person who was a full-time employee of Fred Weber, Inc. or a subsidiary company at the time of his or her death.
Eligibility CriteriaThe Fred Weber, Sr. Memorial Scholarship is open to children of full-time employees of Fred Weber, Inc. or a subsidiary company or children of a person who was a full-time employee of Fred Weber, Inc. or a subsidiary company at the time of his or her death.  A full-time employee is defined as a person, either union or non-union, who worked more than 1,000 hours in the twelve-month period prior to the application deadline, and who, on the application deadline date, is considered an active employee of the company.  In the case of a deceased parent, the parent must have worked 1,000 hours in the twelve-month period prior to his or her death.  Children of officers and directors are not eligible. The candidate must be a senior in high school planning to enroll as a full-time student, as defined by the collegiate institution attended, in a two- or four-year college accredited by its regional accrediting association.
Selection Criteria:  Selection will be based on the candidate’s scholastic record, participation in school and community activities, and academic potential at the college level.
Awards:   Two awards of  $2,500
Renewable or one-time award:  Renewable
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is April 15
Application

 

Zimmer Family Scholarship

Source:  Mr. Edgar O. Zimmer and the Estate of Mr. Edgar O. Zimmer
Program DescriptionEstablished by Edgar O. Zimmer to recognize the potential of the youth in his beloved Monroe County, IL, this scholarship is awarded to students who attend Monroe County schools who have good character, entrepreneurial spirit, academic promise and loyalty to Monroe County.
Eligibility CriteriaGraduating seniors from Columbia High School, Gibault Catholic High School, Valmeyer High School and Waterloo High School in Monroe County, IL . Finalists are recommended by the student’s high school based on all criteria except determination of financial need.
Selection Criteria:  Evidence of good moral character, academic promise, leadership or entrepreneurial spirit.  Financial need.
Awards:   Awards of up to $6,000 to 3 graduates of Waterloo High School, 3 graduates of Columbia High School, one graduate of Valmeyer High School and one graduate of Gibault Catholic High School.
Renewable or one-time award:  Renewable
Application period:  Opens January 1; deadline is March 31.
Application

 

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