Greene County Messenger

The Community Foundation of Greene County (CFGC) is accepting scholarship applications for non-traditional students to attend post-secondary education opportunities at accredited technical, business, vocational schools and colleges and universities.

There are two scholarship opportunities available.

The Stealth Scholarship is available for nontraditional students over 22 years old with a high school diploma or GED, living or working in Greene County and planning to pursue a post-secondary course of education (two-year or four-year degree) at an accredited college, university, and community college or trade/technical school. The scholarship is a maximum of $2,500 for one year of school and may be renewed for subsequent years.

The William H. Davis, Jr. Scholarship is available to Greene County residents who have graduated from high school, or received a GED, and plan to attend Westmoreland County Community College as a full-time student. The scholarship is a maximum of $1,000 for year of school and may be renewed by application for a second year.

Applications for the Stealth Scholarship and William H. Davis, Jr. Scholarship are accepted throughout the year, with deadlines on the first of February, April, June, August, October and December.

Students will be notified near the end of the following month. Applications are currently available on the CFGC website, www.cfgcpa.org/post-secondary-scholarships/.

For more information contact the CFGC office by phone 724-627-2010, email cfgcpa@gmail.com or stop by 108 E. High St., Waynesburg.

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