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Subject: Issues 2/3/12 - David Scholars Program Offers Stark Students Renewable Scholarships
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February 3, 2012
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David Scholars Program Offers Stark Students Renewable Scholarships    

  

David ScholarshipApplications are now open for

renewable college scholarships available solely for Stark County students.

 

Established in 1980 by Paul and Carol David of Massillon, the David Scholar Program awards nearly 50 scholarships annually to Stark County high school graduates who would find it financially difficult or impossible to continue their education. The total value of this year's scholarship can amount to $22,000.  

 

If students maintain the requirements of the program, the scholarship can be renewed up to eight semesters, for $2,750 per semester or up to 12 quarters for $1,833 per quarter.

 

Applications are available at the Paul and Carol David Foundation web site[1] and will be accepted until April 15th.

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