Custer County Foundation Scholarships- Deadline February 1, 2023
- Nic Ostergard Memorial Scholarship, $1,000
- Applicant must have at least 5 years cumulative involvement in Custer County 4-H.
- Must have a high school GPA of 2.5 or higher.
- Scholarship will be paid at the beginning of the recipients 2nd year of chosen program of study. Pending proof of enrollment and attainment of a 2.0 GPA or higher in the previous year.
Applicants must be seniors at any Custer County high school and the applications are due February 1st. This scholarship is through the Custer County Foundation Scholarship program.
Applications due on February 1, 2023 to the Custer County Foundation.
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Custer County 4-H Activities Scholarship -Deadline March 1, 2023
Must be a current high school senior, graduating Spring, 2023
Four $500 scholarships and one $250 scholarship sponsored by the Custer County 4-H Activities Corporation. Offered on a county basis.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant must be a current active Custer County 4-H member, and have been a member of the Custer County 4-H program for four or more years. Scholarship applicants must have a "C" average or above. Recipients must complete the first semester of college before the scholarship funds will be applied. Applicants must provide documentation of enrollment for 2nd semester classes before funds will be mailed to the college.
SELECTION: Selection will be based on academic honors received, career information, and 4-H project/activity experiences. The scholarship is contingent on the applicant’s successful completion of his/her first semester at an institute of higher learning.
SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE: Applications must be submitted to the Nebraska Extension - Custer County Office on or before March 1, 2023. The first public announcement of this award will be made during the month of May. The scholarship money will be submitted to the institute of higher learning of the applicant’s choice. This scholarship must be used in the 12 months following the selection. On accepting this scholarship, the Custer County 4-H Activities Corporation expects the recipients to make a sincere effort to complete the degree requirement in their chosen school.